Result Of Group-D Recruitment Exam Will Be Released In 1 Month: 11.84 Lakh Youth Will Give The Exam In Haryana On 21-22 October; More Than 13 Thousand Posts
Haryana Staff Selection Commission (HSSC) will not delay the CET exam of Group D. The commission will release the result only after a month of the exam. All preparations have been completed by the Commission in this regard. CM has also made it clear that the exam will be held on the 21st and 22nd of October. This exam will be conducted by the Commission in 18 districts of Haryana.
Haryana Staff Selection Commission (HSSC) has created 1072 examination centers in 18 districts of the state for Group-D Common Eligibility Test (CET).
11.84 lakh youth will take the exam
Haryana Staff Selection Commission (HSSC) has created 1072 examination centers in 18 districts of the state for the Group-D Common Eligibility Test (CET). The most important thing is that Chandigarh’s name is also included in these centers. HSSC has claimed that 11.84 lakh candidates will be able to appear for the examination in 4 shifts at these examination centers. 3,47,869 candidates will be able to appear for the exam at these centers in one shift.
No decision yet on free travel on buses
A decision has not yet been taken on free travel in buses for the youth of Group D to be held in October. However, the Commission has demanded from the CM that about 12 lakh youth will travel in Haryana Roadways buses for the exam. In such a situation, the bus fare of these youth should be waived. Now the CM has to make a decision on this. Earlier, in the Group C CET examination, the government had decided to provide free travel on roadway buses.
An emergency center will be built in Panchkula
HSSC Chairman Bhopal Singh Khadri said that during the emergency, examination centers will be made in Panchkula. Examinations can be conducted here also. The timing of this examination to be held on the 21st and 22nd of October will be from 10 to 11:45 in the morning and from 3 to 4:45 in the afternoon. Let us tell you that about 11.5 lakh people have applied for this examination.
The correct address will be on the admit card
Sharing information related to the center, Chairman Bhopal Singh Khadri said that the women’s center will not be away from 50 kilometers. He said that the correct address should be given on the admit cards issued by the National Testing Agency (NTA). For this, necessary guidelines have been issued to NTA by the Commission.