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HSSC Gram Sachiv 2021 Expected Cutoff Marks: Check Exam Analysis (Jan 9 & 10), Difficulty Level & Good Attempts Here 

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Jan 11, 2021

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January 11, 2021: Haryana Staff Selection Commission (HSSC) conducted the HSSC 2019-2021 exam for the recruitment of 697 vacancies for the posts of Gram Sachiv under the Development & Panchayat department, Haryana on January 9 and 10, 2021 in two shifts, i.e Morning shift from 10:30 AM to 12 Noon and the Evening Shift from 3:00 PM to 4:30 PM. A huge number of candidates appeared for the HSSC Gram Sachiv Exam 2020-21. 

HSSC Gram Sachiv Recruitment 2020-21: Breakup-Vacancies 

Categories  Total vacancies 
Gen 287
SC 162
BCA 107
BCB 74
EWS  67
Total  697

Check: HSSC Constable Recruitment 2021: Check Eligibility Criteria, Vacancy, and Application Details Here

HSSC 2021 Gram Sachiv Written Exam (January 9 & 10 2021): Exam Analysis 

According to the candidates who took up the written exam of the HSSC Gram Sachiv Exam 2020-21 stated that the overall difficulty level of the HSSC 2021 Gram Sachiv exam was of Moderate level. The aforesaid exam was divided into parts which are mentioned below. 

HSSC 2021 Gram Sachiv Written Exam Pattern
Subjects Weightage/ Marks Difficulty Level (Good Attempts)
General Awareness, Reasoning, English, Hindi, Maths, Science, Computer, and concerned or relevant subject, as applicable for the post 75% (67-68 Marks)  Easy to Moderate level (50 to 55)
History, Literature, Civics, Geography, Current Affairs, Environment, Culture etc. of Haryana 25% (22-23 Marks)  Moderate level (10 to 12)
Total  90 Marks Moderate level (65 to 70)

Check: HSSC Gram Sachiv (9/2019) 2021: Officially Released Notice for 697 Post, Check Admit Card, Exam Centre List & Notification Here 

HSSC 2021 Gram Sachiv Exam: Exam Pattern 

It has been notified by the candidates who appeared for the HSSC Gram Sachiv 2021 exam that the overall difficulty level of the HSSC 2021 Gram Sachiv exam was of Moderate level while the level of the questions that were asked was Easy to Moderate level. HSSC authorities will select the candidates for the posts of Gram Sachiv/ Canal Patwari/ Patwari based on the candidates performance in the written exam and socio-economic requirements. Marking scheme of the exam is 100 marks. Check the exam pattern below. 

Pattern Marks 
Written Exam  90 
Socio-economic Criteria & Experience  10

Check: HSSC Constable Recruitment 2020: Fresh Advertisement to Release Soon @hssc.gov.in; Details here 

HSSC 2021 Gram Sachiv Exam: Expected Cutoff Marks 

HSSC will release the cutoff and merit list of those candidates who have been shortlisted in the HSSC 2021 Gram Sachiv exam in a PDF format on its official HSSC website. These candidates are required to appear for the Document Verification round. 

Categories  Cutoff 
General 65 to 70 Marks
EWS  62 to 67 Marks
Scheduled caste (SC) 58 to 63 Marks
Backward Classes-A (BCA) 62 to 67 Marks
Backward Classes-B (BCB) 60 to 65 Marks

Check: HSSC Admit Card 2020-21 Released for Staff Nurse and MPHW; Check to Download Here

HSSC 2021 Gram Sachiv Socio-Economic Criteria & Experience – 10 Marks

The Socio-Economic Criteria and Experience marks of the candidate will be allocated as follows, 

Socio-Economic Criteria  Marks 
If the applicant or any person related such as a family member (brother, father, spouse, mother, etc) is/was/has been a regular employee in any board/department/company/corporation/company/commission/statutory body/authority of Haryana or any other state of India  5 marks 
If the applicant is any one of the following such as a widow or the 1 or 2 child and his father had died before 42 years or if the father had died before child is turned to 15 years  5 Marks 
If an applicant is from a denotified tribe (tapriwas jatis / vimukt jatis) or nomadic tribe of Haryana (neither a SC/ST/BC)  5 Marks


 

Experience 
0. 5 marks for each year ot part of exceeding 6 months of experience out of maximum 16 years on the same or higher post in any department/ company/ corporation/ statutory body/commission/ authority of Haryana (No marks will be given if an applicant has less than 6months of experience)  Maximum 8 marks 
No applicant will be awarded more than 10 marks for socio-economic criteria & experience under any circumstances  Total 10 marks 

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*The article might have information for the previous academic years, please refer the official website of the exam.

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