New Rules Imposed for Haryana Police Constable Recruitment in 2023.

Exciting news for job seekers! Haryana Staff Selection Commission (HSSC) is set to announce the recruitment notification for Constables in Haryana Police this June/July 2023. The Haryana Police has requested HSSC to fill 6000 constable positions, including 5000 male and 1000 female constables. Notably, revised rules for this recruitment mean that higher education marks will no longer be considered during the selection process. Stay tuned for more details on this important development.

Latest Updates on Haryana Police Constable Recruitment 2023

Exciting changes have been introduced in the Haryana Police Constable Recruitment 2023. Under the new rules, candidates with higher qualifications, such as BA or MA, will not receive additional marks. However, candidates with a height exceeding 6 feet will be awarded 2 extra marks, while those who complete the race within the specified time will also receive 2 additional marks. Furthermore, 2.5 marks will be granted for socio-economic criteria and an additional 2.5 marks for possessing an NCC certificate.

The selection process for the Haryana Police Constable Recruitment 2023 comprises the following stages:

  1. Physical Measurement Test (PMT)
  2. CET Mains Written Exam
  3. Physical Efficiency Test (PET)
  4. Document Verification
  5. Medical Examination

Changes in Haryana Police Constable Recruitment 2023

Under the new rules, candidates will now undergo the physical measurement test, which will be conducted for candidates up to 7 times the number of available posts. Following this, the written test will be held for four times the number of vacancies for police constables. The race in the physical screening test will take place as the final stage.

It is worth noting that in the previous recruitment process, the written test used to be held before the physical measurement test. Candidates who met the height and chest criteria were eligible to clear the test. Additionally, those who had cleared BA and MA were awarded 4 and 7 extra marks, respectively.

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