Haryana Police Online Test Tayari

Haryana Staff Selection Commission (HSSC) announced the Grade C Police recruitment of 6400 post of Constable (6000) and Sub Inspector (400). The last extended date of fee deposit was 15.07.2019. Now Exam is scheduled on 17 November, 2019 for Female Constable, SI posts and 24 November, 2019 for constable posts.

Now time left is not much. This blog will help you how you can do Haryana police online test tayari within the time left. The first stage is to clear the online test. The shortlisted candidates will proceed further for next stage i.e. PST (Physical Screening Test).

Exam Pattern: Firstly, let us quickly go through the exam pattern for this online exam. The exam will be of OMR type and marking answer by black ball pen. Paper will be bilingual i.e. both in English and Hindi. There will be total 100 questions of MCQ type with four options and only one option will be correct. Time allowed will be of 90 minutes.  Each correct answer will give you 0.80 marks comprising total maximum marks 80. There is no negative marking, hence candidate must attempt all 100 questions. Remember not to mark more than one answer option for one question as this will be treated as wrong answer. 

Syllabus: The syllabus will comprise of General Knowledge, Mathematics (Numerical Ability), General Science, Current Affairs, English, Mental Aptitude, Hindi and Computer. The paper will also cover questions related to Haryana GK and current affairs.

E-Mock test:Hopefully all applicants must have done subjective preparation. Now it is time to practice Haryana Police Constable Mock Test 2019. These can be available on net like sabakuch.com also provides free and paid sets to practice. Practicing on e-mock test will certainly improve your chances of higher scoring and can be practiced any time and place suitable to you on computer, laptop or on mobile.

HSSC Constable Vacancies 2019

For the candidates applied for SI post, the question must be arising, how can I prepare for Haryana police SI? For SI post also the details given above will be of great help. There will be various stages of tests (Knowledge test, Physical Screening Test, Physical Measurement Test and final selection). Candidates qualifying one stage will go for next stage till final selection.

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