Haryana Group D Exam: CM Manohar Lal Gave Gift To Group ‘d’ Candidates, Roadways Bus Service Will Be Free On The Day Of Paper
Haryana CM Manohar Lal has made roadway service free for Group D candidates on the day of the paper. He announced that the admit card would act as a pass for Group D candidates on the day of the examination. By showing this, students can go to any exam center in Haryana for free.
Haryana CM Chief Minister Manohar Lal has made a big announcement while giving gifts to the candidates of Group D. They have made roadways bus service free for the candidates of Group D examination to be held on 21st and 22nd October.
Admit cards will work like a pass
CM Manohar Lal has made roadways bus service free for Group D paper, for this it is necessary for the candidates to have the admit card for the exam. Because the admit card of the candidates will work like a bus pass. If you show this to the bus conductor, you will not be charged any fare for traveling on the day of the examination.
1072 examination centers set up in 18 districts
Haryana Staff Selection Commission has released the list of districts for the Combined Eligibility Test (CET) to be held on October 21 and 22 for about 13 and a half thousand posts in Class IV (Group D). 1072 examination centers have been set up in 18 districts of the state. This is the first time that the districts of examination centers have been allotted about a week ago. On the basis of these districts, it will be easy for the candidates to reach there.
More than 11 lakh candidates have registered
Chief Minister Manohar Lal has waived the bus fare for the applicants on both the days of the examinations. Information about free bus service for the day of the paper will be mentioned on the admit card of the candidate so that the bus drivers and conductors do not face any problems in providing free travel to the applicants. The Staff Selection Commission is conducting the CET examination for 13 thousand 536 posts of Group D on the 21st and 22nd of October. 11 lakh 84 thousand candidates have registered themselves for this examination.
The exam will be held in two shifts
This examination will be conducted in four shifts on both days. Arrangements have been made for 3 lakh 44 thousand applicants to appear for the examination in one shift. The exam will start at 10 am and end at 11.45 am. The exam time of the second shift will start at 3 pm and will continue till 4.45 pm. This time examination centers have also been made in Chandigarh.
NTA is conducting an examination
Haryana Staff Selection Commission Chairman Bhopal Singh Khadri said that the National Testing Agency (NTA) is going to organize the Group-D exam. Admit cards for the examination will be released soon on the official website of the Commission. For Group-D examination, the Commission has created 1072 examination centers in 18 districts of the state. Physically handicapped applicants have been allotted their own districts as examination centers, while girls have been allotted their own districts.
Girls’ examination center will remain in the district itself.
Only in special circumstances, girls will be allotted centers for examination outside their districts, but it will be a very nearby district. According to Bhopal Singh Khadri, the Commission has issued the city intimation slip for the examination. Through this, candidates can make plans to reach their respective destinations. Soon HSSC will also release CET Group D Admit Card 2023, although the dates of release of admit cards have not been announced by the Commission yet.
Chief Minister Manohar Lal said that applicants for Group D paper will not be charged any fare for both days of travel in buses. The paper day pass will be written on the admit card of the candidate only. Applicants will get a lot of relief as there will be no fare for commuting on the day of the examination.