Updated: August 20, 2016 6:19:44 pm
Haryana HSSC Police Constable 2015: The Haryana Staff Selection Commission (HSSC), Punchkula has released the results of Police Constable General Duty Physical Screening Test (PST) 2015. Candidates can check their results by logging on to the official website of the HSSC.
The result has been released with details of the candidates as well as the marks obtained in the PST. The test had been held at Kurukshetra from June 15, 2016 to July 23, 2016. Earlier, the HSSC had released the roll-number wise result of the candidates.
The selected candidates will be recruited in Haryana Police as Constable (general duty). The exam was conducted to fill a total of 5000 vacancies.
The selected candidates have qualified for the Knowledge Test (written test). The Commission will later notify the date and time for the written test on the website later.
Steps to check the HSSC Police Constable PST result 2016:
Log on to the official website of the HSSC, hssc.gov.in
Go to the “Results” tab on the top right hand corner corner of the page
There will be 12 links from where you can check your result. Click on any result link.
A new file will open where the list of the selected candidates will appear on the screen.
Check the results and save it for further reference. If your name is not in the list, check the next link
The HSSC had released the notification for the exam in 2015 for the recruitment of police constables in the state for general duty.
To qualify for the post, candidates need to have a minimum qualification of Class 12, (Higher School Certificate). The candidate need to have passed the HSC level from a government recognised institution or examination board. The candidate should have studied Hindi and Sanskrit till Class 10.
Category-wise, there are 1650 posts for general category, 1000 posts for SC , 800 for BCA, 550 for BCB, 500 for SBC and 500 for EBPG category.
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