HSSC 2021: Full Form, Exam Date, Registration, Recruitment, Vacancy, Notification

Nov 17, 2021

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Getting into a government sector job is a dream for many, in order to make that dream come true one must take up a relevant exam and qualify in it. This state-level exam is conducted in order to recruit aspiring candidates into various roles under the government sector. Candidates have to go through the number of vacancies available for each post and its eligibility criteria before applying to the exam. All the details related to the exam are provided in this article. Candidates can read the article to get detailed information about the number of vacancies, the eligibility criteria, the syllabus, and the exam dates.

Latest Updates for HSSC:

  • Nov 17, 2021: The provisional answer key for HSSC ALM 2021 is released. Objections can be submitted by Nov 19, 2021.
  • Nov 16, 2021: The provisional answer key for HSSC Male Constable (Commando Wing) 2021 is released. Objections can be submitted between Nov 18 and Nov 20, 2021. The exam was conducted on Nov 14, 2021.
  • Nov 9, 2021: The provisional answer key for the HSSC Male Constable 2021 exam is released. Candidates can check and submit objections, if any, on or before Nov 12, 2021.
  • Oct 30, 2021: The final results for HSSC SI (Female) 2021 have been announced.

Contents:

What is the HSSC 2021 Exam?

The full form of HSSC is Haryana Staff Selection Commission. The Haryana Staff Selection Commission (HSSC) was constituted on January 28, 1970, by the Government of Haryana, as per the provision of Article 309 of the Constitution of India. The Commission mainly conducts the recruitment examinations/interviews for Group ‘C’ services for the State of Haryana, and may also conduct the recruitment examinations/interviews for Groups ‘B’ and ‘D’ services if the State Government requires so.

Examination Level: All the exams are conducted for recruitment in the state of Haryana only.

Headquarters: Bays 67-70, Sector-2 Panchkula, 134151, Haryana.

Scope: Every year notifications for numerous posts are out. The posts for which the exam is going to be conducted soon are as follows: Junior Engineer, Gram Sachiv, Canal Patwari, Police Constable, Sub Inspector, Supervisor, Staff Nurse.

The various details associated with the HSSC 2021 Recruitment Exam are as follows:

HSSC 2021 Recruitment exams Details
Exam Name HSSC
Full Form Haryana Staff Selection Commission Recruitment Exam
Exam Level State Level
Exam Mode Offline
Application Mode Online
Eligibility Candidate must have completed a UG Degree(varies for each post)
Authority Staff Selection Commission (SSC) of Haryana
Official Site www.hssc.gov.in

HSSC 2021 Notification

The conducting body will release an official notification that will have all the details regarding the number of vacancies, eligibility criteria, the syllabus, and all the important dates related to the HSSC 2021 examination. Notifications regarding the posts of Junior Engineer, Gram Sachiv, Canal patwari, Haryana Police are available.

Candidates will have to go through the HSSC 2021 Notificationbefore applying to the examination.

HSSC 2021 Exam Date

The notification of HSSC Constable has been released. There is a 1-month window for filling the Application form. Candidates must be aware of the important dates related to the exam and make sure that they complete the relevant process before the specified last date in order to avoid any last moment hassle. The HSSC Exam Notification 2021 is different for different HSSC exams. The detailed version can be found in the HSSC 2021 Important Dates section.

HSSC Exam Dates
Event Junior Engineer Gram Sachiv Canal Patwari Police Constable (Advt. no. 2/2021) Sub Inspector (Advt. no. 3/2021) PGT Sanskrit (Advt. no. 1/2021)
Official Notification To be announced To be announced To be announced Jun 09, 2021 Jun 15, 2021 Feb 11, 2021
Application Start Date To be announced To be announced To be announced Jun 14, 2021  Jun 19, 2021 Feb 16, 2021
Application Last Date To be announced To be announced To be announced Jun 29, 2021 Jul 09, 2021 Jun 9, 2021
Application Fee - Last Date To be announced To be announced To be announced Jul 05, 2021 Jul 13, 2021 To be announced
Exam Date To be announced To be announced To be announced To be announced Sep 29, 2021 To be announced

Exam Date against Advt. No. 15/2019, CAT. NO. 01, 02, 04, 06, 07, 08, 09, 10, 11, 16, 17, 19 & 20 is from Jul 16, 2021 to Jul 25, 2021. Read the full schedule here.

Post Advt. No. Category Exam Date & Time Exam Type
Male Constable (Commando Wing)
2/2021
1
13.08.2021 (Friday) To 10.09.2021 (Friday)
PMT PST (High Jumps) PST (Chin ups)
13.09.2021 (Monday) to 26.09.2021 (Sunday) PST (Running)
Sub Inspector (Male) 3/2021 1 29.09.2021 (Sunday) (Morning Session) from 10.30 A.M to12.00 Noon Reporting Time 8.30 A.M. (No Entry after 09.30 A.M) Written Exam
Sub Inspector (Female) 3/2021 2 29.09.2021 (Sunday) (Evening Session) from 3.00 P.M. to 4.30 P.M. Reporting time 1.00 P.M. (No Entry after 02.00 P.M.) Written Exam
Sub Inspector (Male) 3/2021 1 07.10.2021(Thursday) PST (Running)
Sub Inspector (Female) 3/2021 2 07.10.2021(Thursday) PST (Running)
Sub Inspector (Male) &
Sub Inspector (Female)
3/2021 1 & 2 11.10.2021 (Monday) to 31.10.2021(Sunday) PMT & Document Scrutiny
Male Constable (Commando Wing) 2/2021 1 14.11.2021(Sunday) (Morning Session) from 10.30 A.M to12.00 Noon Reporting Time 8.30 A.M. (No Entry after 09.30 A.M) Written Exam
PGT Sanskrit 1/2021 1 14.11.2021 (Sunday) (Evening Session) from 3.00 P.M. to 4.30 P.M. Reporting time 1.00 P.M. (No Entry after 02.00 P.M.) Written Exam

Click here to view all the dates with respect to multiple advertisements of 2019, and 2020.

HSSC 2021 Eligibility

The eligibility conditions for each post under the HSSC 2021 Exam vary. Candidates must go through the detailed eligibility criteria and make sure that they satisfy all the conditions before applying to the examination. The official notification will have all the information related to the exam including eligibility. Candidates have to go through it on the official website. Different posts will have different educational qualification requirements and age limits. The candidature of those candidates who do not satisfy the eligibility criteria will be canceled. The various associated eligibility conditions are:

Post Name Age Limit Eligibility (Educational Qualification)
Junior Engineer 18-42 A 3-years Diploma in the respective branch Electrical/Mechanical/Civil. (Or) 4-years full-time Bachelor's Degree in the respective engineering branch Electrical/Mechanical/Civil. The candidate should have passed their matriculation examination with either Hindi or Sanskrit as one of the subjects.
Gram Sachiv 17-42 The candidate must have a Bachelor's Degree in any discipline from any university recognized by the UGC.
Canal Patwari 18-42 The candidate must have a Bachelor's Degree in any discipline from any university recognized by the UGC.
Sub Inspector 21-27 The candidate must have a Bachelor's Degree in any discipline from any university recognized by the UGC. The candidate should have passed their matriculation examination with either Hindi or Sanskrit as one of the subjects.
Police Constable 18-25 The candidate must have passed 10+2 Examinations from a recognized institute or it's equivalent. The candidate should have passed their matriculation examination with either Hindi or Sanskrit as one of the subjects.
Female Supervisor  17-45 (For matriculate)17-42 (For graduate) The candidate must have passed 10+2 Examination from a recognized institute or equivalent.Matriculate: The candidate should have passed their matriculation examination or Bal Sevika Training with either Hindi or Sanskrit as one of the subjects.Graduate: The candidate should have graduated in any course from a recognized institute or equivalent.
Staff Nurse 17-42 The candidate must have a Diploma Course (GNM), B.Sc (Nursing/ Post Basic Nursing) from a recognized university/institute.

Age Relaxation: The age relaxation is provided in all the posts to certain categories. The criteria for attaining age relaxation are as follows:

  • The candidates belonging to SC/ST category, are given an age relaxation of 5 years.
  • The candidates belonging to PwD category, are given an age relaxation of 10 years (except for Haryana Police vacancies)
Category Age Relaxation
Backward Class (A)/Backward Class (B)/SC/ST 5 Years
PwD - SC/BC 15 Years
PwD- General 10 Years
Ex-Servicemen 3 Years

Note:

For Sub Inspector Post Only Male candidates are eligible. The physical Measurements required are as mentioned below.

HSSC 2021 Haryana Police Sub Inspector Physical Measurement Criteria
Category Height Chest
General 170 cm Minimum 83 cm unexpanded, with an expansion of 4 cm onwards
Reserved 168 cm Minimum 81cm unexpanded, with the expansion of 4 cm onwards

For Police Constable Postboth male and female candidates are eligible. Physical Measurements required are as mentioned below.

HSSC 2021 Haryana Police Constable Physical Measurement Criteria
Gender Category Height Chest Measurements
Male General 170 cm Minimum 83cm unexpanded, with an expansion of 4cm onwards
Reserved 168 cm Minimum 81cm unexpanded, with the expansion of 4 cm onwards
Female General 158 cm NIL
Reserved 156 cm NIL

HSSC 2021 Vacancy

HSSC conducts exams to recruit candidates under various posts for HSSC Patwari, Clerk, Sub-inspector, Junior Engineer, etc. The Staff Selection Commission of Haryana state releases the notification on the official HSSC website. Candidates are advised to check the official website for more updates regarding the vacancies available under each category. The vacancies for HSSC 2021 are as follows:

HSSC 2021 Vacancy
Posts Vacancies
Police Constable 7298

Check HSSC Public Notice for more information on the vacancies.

HSSC 2021 Exam Syllabus

The syllabus for the written exam is the same for all vacancies except the vacancies in Haryana police(Both SI and Constable). The HSSC 2021 Exam Syllabus is given below:

Syllabus for the post of Junior Engineer, Gram Sachiv and Canal Patwari

There will be one written exam for these posts for 90 marks. 75% of the syllabus will be general and 25% syllabus will check the candidate's knowledge related to the state of Haryana.

The Majority portion containing 75% weightage will include General Awareness, Reasoning, Maths, Science, Computer, English, Hindi, and relevant subject as per post. The Remaining portion will contain History, Current Affairs, Literature, Geography, Civics, Environment, Culture, etc. of Haryana.

Syllabus for the post of Sub Inspector(SI) and Constable in Haryana Police

A written test will be conducted having 80% weightage in the overall score. The test will have questions from General Awareness, General Science, Current Events, General Reasoning, Mental Aptitude, Numerical ability, Agriculture and animal husbandry and the relevant topics related to the posts.

The syllabus is the same for both SI and Constable, however, the difficulty level of the paper for Constable will be of 10+2 level, whereas the difficulty level of the paper for SI will be of graduate level.

Staff Nurse

Find the detailed HSSC 2021 Staff Nurse Exam Syllabus.

HSSC 2021 Exam Application Form

The application form is available online only. The candidate has to enter his/her personal and academic details in the HSSC 2021 Application Form. Candidates have to keep all the important dates related to the exam in mind. So that all the relevant tasks can be completed way before that last date mentioned by the conducting body. This will avoid any kind of last-minute hassle. Candidates have to be very cautious while filling the details in the application form. All the documents/images should be in the required size and format before uploading them online. After filling the required details the candidates need to pay the fees, after which the registration process will be completed.

How to Apply for HSSC 2021 Exam?

The candidate has to undertake the following steps while filling the HSSC 2021 application form:

  • Step 1: Candidates have to log in to the official website HSSC at www.hssc.gov.in.
  • Step 2: Click on the 'Apply Job Online' link on the homepage.
  • Step 3: Under the section of the relevant post, click on the 'Click here to Apply Online' link.
  • Step 4: Then candidates have to fill the HSSC Exam 2021 application form online.
  • Step 5: Candidates must keep in mind that they cannot change the information once they submit the form, so they have to fill the information very carefully.
  • Step 6: Candidates have to keep a scanned copy of the photograph and signature which they need to upload in the Document upload link of the form.
  • Step 7: If candidates want to pay the application fee offline, they are requested to download the e-challan and take a printout of it. Net banking is also one of the modes of fee payment.
  • Step 8: Candidates should visit the selected bank and deposit the HSSC 2021 Exam fees as specified after twenty-four hours of generation of e-challan. After confirmation from the bank, the status of payment of fees will be updated in the HSSC website.

The application fee detail for each post according to the category and domicile of the candidates is will be different. 

Read More: HSSC 2021 Application Form

Documents Required to Apply for HSSC 2021 Exam

  • Applicants should have scanned copies of mark sheet of 10+2/Graduation/Diploma/Degree and Matric showing their Date of Birth.
  • A scanned copy of their photograph and signature should be uploaded.
  • Candidates who have already applied before should have a copy of the challan, a certificate given by the treasury or e-challan.
  • Candidates who are Sportspersons should have a scanned copy of the Sports Graduation Certificate issued by the Concerned Authority.
  • Candidates under BCA/BCB/SC/PHC/EBPG/ESM/DESM/DFF and women who are from Haryana should have a scanned copy of the Haryana Domicile Certificate issued by the concerned authority.

HSSC 2021 Exam Pattern

The exam will be conducted both online and offline. The paper will contain Multiple Choice Questions(MCQs). The exam pattern for all the posts except posts in Haryana police is the same.

Pattern Details
Written Exam 90 Marks
Socio-Economic Criteria and Experience 10 Marks
Type of Questions MCQs
Time Duration 90 Minutes
Mode of HSSC Exam Either online or offline

The HSSC 2021 exam pattern for recruitment for various posts under the exam are:

Exam Pattern for the post of Junior Engineer, Gram Sachiv and Canal Patwari

In the exam, there will be a written test, which will have a weightage of 90%. Remaining 10% marks will be given on the basis of Socio-Economic criteria and experience. The written test will further contain 75% General and technical topics and the remaining 25% will test the knowledge of the candidate about various aspects of Haryana.

The Socio-Economic Criteria includes the following:

  • 5 marks will be awarded to the candidate if any of the candidate's relative (which includes father, mother, spouse, brother, and Son) was or is not a part of any organization under state or central Govt.
  • 5 marks will be awarded if -
    • The candidate is a widow.
    • The applicant's father died before attaining the age of 42 years.
    • The applicant's father died before the applicant attained the age of 15 years.
  • 5 marks will be awarded if the candidate belongs to any of the denotified or Nomadic tribe which does not come under either Backward or Schedule classes

The candidate will be given 0.5 marks for each year for their Experience in the same or a higher post in any other Govt Department. The maximum marks that can be given for experience are 8.

Exam Pattern for the post of Sub Inspector (SI) and Constable in Haryana Police

The selection process consists of three steps:

Written test (Knowledge Test): It constitutes 80% weightage of the total score. There are a total of 100 questions. Each question carries 0.80 marks. The medium can be Hindi or English.

Physical Screening Test: The candidates qualifying the Knowledge test will proceed for the Physical screening test. In this, the candidates have to run a certain distance in a predefined time. This test is qualifying in nature. The details of the Physical screening test is as follows:

HSSC 2021 Police Physical Screening Test
Category Distance Maximum Time
Male 2.5 12 minutes
Female 1.0 6 minutes
Ex-serviceman 1.0 5 minutes

Physical Measurement Test: This test is also qualifying in nature, in which the candidate must have height and chest measurements equal to or more than the specified standards.

10 marks are dependent upon Additional qualification that the candidate has over the normally prescribed qualification for the posts.

  • For Constable, a candidate who has done graduation will be given 4 marks, and the candidate who has done Post- graduation will get an additional 3 marks.
  • For SI, a candidate who has done graduation in Law or forensic medicine or forensic science or Computer Engineering/Science will get 3 marks, and the candidate who has done Post- graduation will get an additional 3 marks.

HSSC 2021 Exam Admit Card

The Admit Card will be released online on the official site of HSSC. The HSSC 2021 Exam Admit Card will contain details about candidates such as the roll number and application number and the location of the Exam Centre and other details mentioned below. The exact dates for the release of the Admit card are not declared yet, they will be updated soon. The candidates will have to submit their application number, date of birth, and security pin to download the admit card.

How to Download the HSSC 2021 Admit Card?

The given steps must be followed to download the HSSC 2021 Admit card:

  • Step 1: Candidates should visit the official HSSC website at www.hssc.gov.in.
  • Step 2: Click on the 'Apply Online Job' link on the homepage.
  • Step 3: Under the respective post you can find links to download the admit card.
  • Step 4: Once you click on the admit card link, enter your registration Id and password and click 'submit' to login.
  • Step 5: At the left sidebar of the page, click on the admit card link to download the admit card for HSSC 2021 Exam.
  • Step 6: Candidates should take print-out of the Admit card to bring it to the Exam centre.

HSSC 2021 Admit Card Contents

HSSC 2021 Admit Card contains necessary information about the candidate and the examination. Below are the details mentioned in the admit card.

  1. Registration Number
  2. Roll Number
  3. Post Applied For
  4. Applicant’s Name
  5. Father’s Name
  6. Mother’s Name
  7. Date of Birth
  8. Category
  9. Aadhar Card No.
  10. Permanent Address
  11. Examination Date
  12. Examination Timing

HSSC 2021 Exam Centres

There are mainly 4 HSSC 2021 exam centers across the state of Haryana:

HSSC 2021 Exam Centres
Exam Centre Location
Panchkula
Kurukshetra
Yamunanagar
Ambala

Documents required at the Exam Centre

Candidates must bring certain documents to the exam centre. These documents will be verified by the invigilators before candidates are allowed entry in the exam hall. The applicant must take the following documents to the exam centre:

  • Admit card
  • A valid Photo ID card
  • Two recent passport size photographs [same as the ones uploaded during application]

Candidates can carry any one of the following documents as a photo identity proof. 

  • Aadhar Card
  • PAN Card
  • Passport
  • Ration Card
  • Permanent Driving License

HSSC 2021 Results

The results will be declared both in online and offline mode. The HSSC 2021 Results will contain the list of Roll Numbers of the candidates who are able to qualify the exam. The final result after all the procedures will also be mentioned in the same format on the official website of the exam. Candidates can follow the below-mentioned steps in order to view their results easily and quickly.

How to view the HSSC result?

Online and Offline procedure to view the HSSC result is given below.

Offline Procedure

  • The results will be printed in 4 widely recognized newspapers - 2 regional and 2 national.
  • The candidates can check their roll number in the given list. If their roll number is there in the list, they have qualified the exam.

Online Procedure

The candidates need to follow the given steps in order to download the result:

  • Step 1: Visit the HSSC Official Website at hssc.gov.in.
  • Step 2: Use Registration Id and Password to log in to the HSSC portal.
  • Step 3: Click on the "Check Results for HSSC 2021 Exam" that will lead you to the scorecard.
  • Step 4: Your scorecard for HSSC 2021 Exam will be displayed on the screen.
  • Step 5: Download and take a print out of it for future use.

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Details Mentioned on the HSSC 2021 Result

The following details are mentioned on the HSSC 2021 Result.

  • Candidates Roll Numbers
  • Name of the Post Applied
  • Post Category Number
  • Advertisement Number
  • Exam Dates
  • HSSC Clerk Document Verification Schedule
  • Name & Address of the Document Verification Venue
  • Number of Posts
  • Documents to be carried 
  • Other Guidelines

Documents to carry for HSSC Document Verification

Candidates are required to carry the original and set of self-attested photocopies of the below-listed documents for the document verification process: 

  1. Academic qualification proof, matriculation certificate that has the date of birth details
  2. SC/ BCA/BCB/ESM/EWS/DESM/PwD certificate as well as the Haryana domicile certificate issued by an authorized person. 
  3. The certificate has details regarding weight age/marks under socio-economic criteria.
  4. Candidates Photograph 
  5. Candidates Signature
  6. Other certificates of higher qualification or experience

HSSC 2021 Cut-Off

The cut-off marks for HSSC depend upon the number of seats available for the exam, the difficulty level of the paper and the number of candidates appearing for the exam. The cut off for each post varies from one category to another. Candidates can refer to the previous year's cut-off for various posts in order to get a brief insight about the score expected to be secured to get that post. The cutoff scores will not be the same from one year to another. The previous year's cutoff will serve as a reference only.

Haryana SSC PTI Expected Cut Off 2021

The category-wise Haryana SSC PTI Expected Cut Off 2021 is given below in the table.

Category Name Expected Cut off Marks
UR 71-76 Marks
OBC 62-67 Marks
SC 54-60 Marks
ST 54-60 Marks
PwD 47-57 Marks

HSSC Exam Selection Procedure

The HSSC 2021 Selection Procedure for the posts of Constable and SI is different from all the procedures of all the other posts.

Selection Procedure for the post of Junior Engineer, Gram Sachiv and Canal Patwari

For these posts, there will be a written exam, in which the candidates have to score above the cutoff decided by the commission. The written test will contribute to 90 marks out of 100. The rest 10 marks will be given on the basis of Socio-Economic criteria and Experience.

The Socio-Economic Criteria includes the following:

  • 5 marks will be awarded to the candidate if any of the candidate's relatives (which includes father, mother, spouse, brother, and Son) was or is not a part of any organisation under state or central Govt.
  • 5 marks will be awarded if
    • The candidate is a widow.
    • The applicant's father died before attaining the age of 42 years.
    • The applicant's father died before the applicant attained the age of 15 years.
  • 5 marks will be awarded if the candidate belongs to any of the denotified or Nomadic tribe which does not come under either Backward or Schedule classes

The candidate will be given 0.5 marks for each year for their Experience in the same or higher post in any other Govt. Department. The maximum marks that can be given for experience are 8.

Finally, a merit list will be made and candidates whose name is there in the merit list will be given the call letter for joining.

Selection Procedure for the post of SI and Constable in Haryana Police

The selection procedure for SI and Constable consists of 4 stages:

  • Knowledge Test: This is basically a written test in which the candidate has to clear a cutoff decided by the commission. It constitutes 80% of the total score.
  • Physical Screening Test: In this, the candidates have to run a certain distance in a predefined time.
  • Physical Measurement Test: This test is also qualifying in nature, in which the candidate must have height and chest measurements equal to or more than the specified standards.
  • Additional Qualification: 10 marks are dependent upon additional qualifications that the candidate has over the normally prescribed qualification for the posts.
    • For Constable, a candidate who has done graduation will be given 4 marks and the candidate who has done post-graduation will get an additional 3 marks.
    • For SI, a candidate who has done graduation in Law or forensic medicine or forensic science or Computer Engineering/Science will get 3 marks and the candidate who has done post-graduation will get an additional 3 marks.

How to prepare for HSSC 2021 Exam?

As there is a huge competition in this exam, the candidates must prepare well for this exam. The Aptitude and reasoning section consumes a lot of time and the questions are tricky, thus a lot of practice is required that too of different types. The candidates should solve as many sample and previous year papers as possible.

Regarding the General Awareness and Language section paper, the candidate should read the newspaper daily and thoroughly. The editorials are really good for improving vocabulary and all this improves the candidate's reading ability.

The candidate can refer to the mentioned Reference books for preparation:

HSSC Exam Reference Books

Widely preferred Books for HSSC are given below. Candidates have to go through the reference books to study all the topics mentioned in the syllabus. Candidates can also take-up model question papers to practise time management and also get an idea about the amount of preparation required. It is advised to refer to previous year question papers to know the marks distribution for each topic. 

  • Haryana SSC Exam Guide by R Gupta
  • Haryana Canal Patwari and Gram Sachiv by R S Yadav
  • Haryana SSC: Patwari Recruitment Exam Guide (Hindi) by R Gupta
  • HSSC Haryana Constable General Duties (GD) - (Male & Female) Exam Practice Work Books (Hind) by Kiran Prakash Publication
  • Haryana General Knowledge by Upkar Publication

HSSC Coaching Centres

There are a number of HSSC coaching centers that are spread across the state of Haryana. Some of the top institutes for HSSC Coaching are:

  • Invictus Education Centre, Gurgram
  • Takshila Institute, Rohtak
  • Haryana Education Hub, Karnal
  • Gyan Sagar Institute, Chandigarh
  • Accent Coaching Centre

HSSC Salary

The salary for various posts are as follows:

HSSC Salary
Posts Salary
Junior Engineer INR 35400-112400
Gram Sachiv INR 19900-63200
Canal Patwari INR 19900-63200
Haryana Police Sub-Inspector INR 35400-112400
Haryana Police Constable INR 21700-69100

Contact Details

Department Name: Haryana Staff Selection Commission

Address: Bays No. 67-70, Sector-2,

Panchkula, Pin-134151, Haryana

Phone: +91-172-2566597

FAQs

I forgot my login password. What should I do?

Visit the official website. In the login section click on the tab of "Forget password". You\'ll be redirected to a new page where you have to answer a few security questions in order to retrieve the password. If you are unable to retrieve the password then choose the "set new password" option to set a new password

I am not able to upload the scanned images of the documents. What can be the reason?

Check the image size and image extension. The image size should be less than the specified size limit and the image should be in JPG/JPEG format. If the problem persists log out and refresh the page and try again.

I have paid the fees through E- Challan, but it is not getting reflected on the site. Do I need to pay the fees again?

The processing of E-challan takes 24-48 hours. The candidate should wait for that time. If the problem persists even after that please do contact the official helpline authorities.

Do I need to send the documents to the commission through the post?

No, there\'s no need to send the documents to the commission through the post. The application process is online, whereas the application fee can be paid through online or offline modes of payment.

Mention some useful reference books that will help in HSSC preparation.

Aspiring candidates can refer to the following books that will help in HSSC preparation. Haryana SSC Exam Guide by R Gupta Haryana Canal Patwari and Gram Sachiv by R S Yadav Haryana SSC: Patwari Recruitment Exam Guide (Hindi) by R Gupta HSSC Haryana Constable General Duties (GD) - (Male & Female) Exam Practice Work Books (Hind) by Kiran Prakash Publication Haryana General Knowledge by Upkar Publication

What is the educational qualification required for Junior Engineer post?

A 3-years Diploma in the respective branch (Electrical/Mechanical/Civil) or a 4-years full-time Bachelor\'s Degree in the respective engineering branch (Electrical/Mechanical/Civil). The candidate should have passed their matriculation examination with either Hindi or Sanskrit as one of the subjects.

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