Haryana Police Department recruitment board releases the recruitment notifications for the direct recruitment of gazetted and non-gazetted posts in their department on the official website hryssc.in. Candidates who are applying for Haryana Police Recruitment 2020 for the posts of constables and sub-inspectors, will face the written test first. All the candidates who have qualified the written test are called for Physical Screening Test and Physical Measurement Test.
The selection process of Haryana police recruitment consists of 4 stages where 80% weightage is given to the knowledge test. Check out the Haryana Police selection process mentioned below in details:
While making the final merit list and recruitment of the candidates for the post of constable and Sub-Inspector, the following marks distribution will be considered:
|Name of the Stage||Weightage|
|Knowledge Test/Written Test||80%|
|Physical Screening Test(PST)||Qualifying in Nature|
|Physical Measurement Test(PMT)||Qualifying in Nature|
Haryana Police Selection Stage 1: Knowledge Test(80% weightage)
The knowledge test will comprise of objective type MCQ test, The paper is a total of 80 marks. The standard of questions shall be as expected of an educated person having passed 10+2 examination of Board of School Education Haryana for constable and have graduated from a recognized University for the post of Sub-Inspector. Here is the exam pattern of the knowledge test:
|Sections||Number of Questions||Duration|
The number of candidates qualifying the knowledge test is equal to 7 times the number of vacancies will appear for the physical screening test. This second stage of the exam is only qualifying in nature. This test is taken to check the physical fitness and endurance of candidates. Here is a chart that shows the exact distance the candidates are required to cross in a given duration of time:
|Candidate||Race distance||Qualifying Time|
|Male||2.5 Kilometer||12 Minutes|
|Female||1.0 Kilometer||06 Minutes|
|Ex-Serviceman||1.0 Kilometer||05 Minutes|
The candidates who qualify the physical screening test (PST) of Haryana Police Recruitment exam shall undergo Physical Measurement Test Pattern (PMT). They will be required to fulfil the criteria as given below:
|General||170 cm||83 cm||87 cm||158 cm|
|Reserved||168 cm||81 cm||85 cm||156 cm|
All the candidates who qualified the PMT shall be called for the Document Verification. In this stage of the Haryana Police Recruitment exam 2020, candidates will be awarded allotted marks for having the academic qualification. The HSSC have given 10% weightage in terms of making the final result. The marks candidates will be allotted for the certain academic qualification is given below:
Haryana Staff Selection Commission, HSSC has released Interview cum Personality Test schedule for the post of Male & Female Constable (GD). Candidates who have appeared for the examination can download the interview schedule from the official site of HSSC at hssc.gov.in.
The interview-cum-personality test will be conducted on different dates of male and female candidates. The admit card for interview cum personality test will be available on the official site.
Candidates will have to report in the Commission Office at 9 am on the interview date. All the appearing candidates will have to bring in all the original document along with one set of self-attested copies of all documents mentioned in the application.
Haryana Police Cut Off Marks of the written test will depend on total openings, level of the exam, no. of aspirants appeared for the written test, etc. The Haryana State Police recruitment Board is fully holding the right to fix the cut off marks for available posts.
The Cut-Off marks are the lowest marks which are compulsory to qualify for the exam. The Haryana Police Cut off Marks 2020 will declare soon just after the result declaration. The cut-off marks depend on various factors such as the level of the paper, the number of students appeared for the examination, the number of vacancies and etc. There will be the different cut off lists for all the stages.
In one word, candidates have to qualify 5 stages in total to rank in the Merit List. the Merit List will be declared on the basis of candidate’s performance in all stages and the selection of the candidates is independently made by HSSC, the conducting authority. Therefore, wish you good luck with your upcoming journey to become a member of Haryana Police Department. You are welcome to ask any questions that you may have not found in this article.
*The article might have information for the previous academic years, please refer the official website of the exam.