Haryana Staff Selection Commission (HSSC) will issue admit card to clerk exam 2016 on November 7. HSSC Clerk exam date has been announced as well by the Commission and the exam would be conducted over a period of 5 days as per the notified schedule.
HSSC released a notice which states that only those candidates who have download their provisional admit card will be able to download the final admit card. The exam is scheduled to be held in two shifts each day on November 13, 20 & 27 and December 4 & 11.
Haryana Staff Selection Commission had invited online applications for filling 6,134 posts of Clerks and had received well over 10 lakh applications. In order to facilitate this large number of candidates, the Commission has decided to hold the written exam in 10 sessions spread over 5 days. As the Commission follows its own system to issuing the admit card twice, the provisional admit cards were issued in August. The facility of downloading the provisional admit card was extended two more times as many candidates complained that they could not download their admit cards.
HSSC Clerk admit card will be released separately for each exam date. The candidates having roll numbers from 1510000001 to 1510175100 will have to appear for the exam on November 13 and their admit cards will be available from November 7 (check complete schedule). This time, the Commission had already notified that the candidates would have to download their final admit card as per the schedule only as they would not be given another chance this time.
The Clerk exam would be conducted in two shifts of 150 minutes each. The morning shift would be from 10.30 am to 12 noon, followed by the evening shift from 3 pm to 4.30 pm. The candidates are advised to report their respective exam venue 90 minutes prior to the exam timings. The details about the exam venue and shift timing will be available on the final admit card.
HSSC Clerk Written Exam : The Clerk exam would have a single paper divided into two sections. There will be total 100 multiple choice questions and each question would carry 2 marks. The first section would have 75 questions on General Awareness, Reasoning, Maths, Science, English, Hindi (or Concerned or Relevant Subject) and would carry total 150 marks. The second section would carry 50 marks and the questions will be asked about the History, Current Affairs, Literature, Geography, Civics, Environment, Culture, etc. of Haryana.
The Commission would shortlist the candidates for interview on the basis of their performance in the written exam and as only 12,268 candidates will make their way for interviews, the competition is very tough. The final merit list will be prepared on the basis of total marks obtained in the written exam and interview. The interview would be of 25 marks.