Haryana SSC Recruitment 2018-19 For Induction of Constable (General Duty) For Both Male and Female, and Sub Inspector (Male and Female), and India Reserve Battalions Of Haryana State in Haryana Police Department
HSSC Advertisement No. 03/2018- With the recent announcement, from Haryana Staff Selection Commission it is inviting candidates for induction as Constables in General Duty cadre, India Reserve Battalions of Haryana State Constable, and Sub Inspector in the state Police.
Name of the Posts & Vacancies:
Constable (GD) – Male: Total 5000 Posts
Constable (GD) – Female: Total 1147 Posts
Sub Inspector (Male): Total 400 Posts
Sub Inspector (Female): Total 63 Posts
India Reserve Battalions of Haryana State Male Constable: Total 500 Posts
Constable Posts – Results Declared – Male Constable GD Advertisement 3-2018 Result
Result of Written examination (Knowledge Test) and notice to candidates for PST (Physical Screening Test) for the post of Male Constable (GD) Advt. No.3/2018.
On the basis of Written Examination ( Knowledge Test) held on 23.12.2018 for the post of Male Constable (GD) Cat. No. 01, Advt. No.03/2018 of Police Department Haryana,the Commission has decided to call the candidates for Physical Screening Test.
Last Date for receipt of Online Application: 22-10-2018
Last Date for Payment of Fee: 25-10-2018
Exam Date: December, 2018
Constable (GD), India Reserve Battalions of Haryana State- The candidates must have passed 10+2 (Intermediate) examination or its equivalent from a Board or university recognized by the Central or State Government. Hindi/ Sanskrit up to Matriculation standard or higher educations.
Sub Inspector- The candidates must be Graduate from a recognised university, and have Knowledge of Hindi/Sanskrit up to Matriculation standard.
*Candidates must have fulfill required physical standards.
Age Specification As on 01-April-2018: A candidate must be aged between 18 to 25 years for Constable (GD), and India Reserve Battalions of Haryana State Constable Posts; and 21 to 27 years for Sub Inspector Posts to be eligible for this consideration. However, there will be relaxation in upper age limit for SC, ST, OBC & Ex-servicemen in accordance with the Punjab Police rules.
Pay Provisions: The applicants gets selected as Constables (General Duty), and India Reserve Battalions of Haryana State Constable will be receiving a Pay Scale of Rs. 21700 – 69100/- along with other allowances and perks
The applicants gets selected as Sub Inspector will be receiving a Pay Scale of Rs. 35,400 – 1,12,400/- along with other allowances and perks
Mode of Selection: The selection of candidates will be done abiding the following procedure:
Physical Screening Test, Knowledge Test, Physical Measurement Test, Interview cum Personality Test
Constable (GD), India Reserve Battalions of Haryana State Constable
Rs. 100/- for unreserved male candidates and female non resident of Haryana
Rs. 50/- for female resident of Haryana
Rs. 25/- for SC/BC/SBC/EBPG male candidates of Haryana State only
Rs. 13/- for SC/BC/SBC/EBPG female candidates of Haryana State only
Rs. 150/- for unreserved male candidates and female non resident of Haryana
Rs. 75/- for female resident of Haryana
Rs. 35/- for SC/BC/SBC/EBPG male candidates of Haryana State only
Rs. 18/- for SC/BC/SBC/EBPG female candidates of Haryana State only
Candidates are suggested to pay the application fee through Net banking or e-Challan facility, while applying online. Ex-serviceman of Haryana State are exempted from payment of application fee.
For complete detail on this recruitment please go through official recruitment notification from Haryana SSC, here, HSSC Haryana Police Recruitment Advertisement 03-2018
Haryana Police: Haryana Police Force is one of the most organized security forces of the state and is being operated under the state banner. As one of the most responsible forces, the Haryana Police is responsible for various counter-insurgency operations, combating acts of terrorism, safe keeping of human lives, and operating as a special task force for other law and order situations as well as peace-keeping initiatives in the state. This is the most important force of the state operating under the Home Department and ensuring stability in the state as far as crime and trafficking is concerned.