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Haryana Police Constable Selection Procedure 2016

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Haryana Police Constable Selection Procedure 2016

  • Online Applications
  • Physical Screening Test (PST)
  • Knowledge Test
  • Scrutiny of documents
  • Physical Measurement Test (PMT)
  • Interview-cum-Personality Test (I-PT)
  • Result of Examination:

Haryana Police Online applications 

Applications:- 

(a) Applications with prescribed fee shall be received online. The information submitted online by the candidates shall be final. Multiple applications received from the same candidate shall be identified and the application last received within the prescribed period shall be entertained.

(b) Roll number shall be allotted to the eligible candidates and put on the official website of the Haryana Staff Selection Commission. Once the roll numbers is allotted, the candidate shall be able to generate bar-coded Admit Cards to join the process of selection.

Haryana Police Constable Physical Screening Test (PST)

(a) All candidates who qualified the Physical Measurement Test shall be put to a Physical Screening Test carrying maximum fifteen marks to judge their physical fitness and endurance. The standards prescribed for this test shall be as under:-

 Candidates  Test distance  Qualifying Time
 1. Male  5.0 Kilometer  25 minutes
 2. Female  2.5 Kilometer  15 minutes
 3. Ex.-serviceman  2.5 Kilometer  13 minutes
Note :- RFID (Radio Frequency Identification Device) or any other superior
and reliable technology shall be used to ensure reliability of this test at the
discretion of the Haryana Staff Selection Commission.

(b) The responsibility of having the requisite medical fitness to undergo this test shall rest upon the candidate.

(c) The candidates who fail to meet the standards prescribed for PST shall stand eliminated from further selection process.

(d) The candidates who qualify the standards prescribed for PST shall take part in the further process of selection. Such candidates on the basis of their performance in PST i.e. time taken by them to complete the prescribed test distance shall be awarded marks as per the scale prescribed hereunder:-

 PST-Performance score
 Qualifying Time –(in minutes)
 Female  male  Ex.-
Serviceman
 Marks
 25  15  13  10
 24  14  12  11
 23  13  11  12
 22  12  10  13
 21  11  09  14
 20  10  08  15

(e) The result of Physical Screening Test shall be prepared by the Haryana Staff Selection Commission. The Haryana Staff Selection Commission shall display the same on its official website expeditiously.

Haryana Police Constable Knowledge Test Syllabus 2016

Knowledge Test: The detailed procedure of Knowledge Test shall be as follows:-

(a) All those candidates who qualify the Physical Screening Test shall be given a Knowledge Test of 60 marks comprising of objective type, multiple choice questions with a provision of negative marking.

(b) The Knowledge Test shall be of the objective type having 100 multiple choice questions of 0.60 marks each and of ninety minutes duration. It shall be held simultaneously for all eligible candidates. The medium of examination shall be Hindi except where the knowledge of English language of the candidates is to be tested. For each incorrect answer 0.15 marks shall be deducted.

(c) The test paper shall include questions on General studies, Agriculture, Animal husbandry, Reasoning, Current affairs, Numerical ability, General science, Aptitude, relevant field / trade etc. The standard of questions shall be as expected of an educated person having passed 10+2 examination of Board of School Education, Haryana for the post of Constable and Graduation from a recognized university for the post of Sub- Inspector.

(d) The question papers shall be prepared and got printed with utmost secrecy. There shall be more than one different series of same set of question paper and no two adjacent candidates in the examination hall shall have the same series of question papers to avoid copying. The answer sheets shall be designed for Optical Mark Recognition scanning. Carbonless paper shall be used for duplicate answer sheets. The candidates shall carry the duplicate copy with them after the Knowledge Test is over. The process of distribution of sealed question papers and Optical Mark Recognition sheets to various examination centers shall be decided by the Haryana Staff Selection Commission. The process of Knowledge Test shall be video-graphed to the extent possible. The process shall be designed in such a manner so as to conceal the identity of the candidates from the evaluation staff. The candidate shall also affix his thumb impression on the Optical Mark Recognition sheet to avoid impersonation.

(e) As soon as Knowledge Test is over, the answer sheets collected from each examination centre shall be put in sealed covers. These covers shall be put in boxes and again sealed and carried over to the
evaluation centre(s).

(f) The answer key shall be made public on the official website of the Haryana Staff Selection Commission after the test expeditiously.

(g) At the evaluation centre, the boxes containing answer sheets shall be opened only by a Committee nominated by the Haryana Staff Selection Commission. The Optical Mark Recognition answer sheets shall be scanned and the result saved in the database.

Haryana Police Scrutiny of documents

(a) The category-wise combined score achieved in Physical Screening Test and Knowledge Test of the last candidate on the list of candidates numbering twice the vacancies shall be ascertained. All
candidates scoring five marks less than the said score or more marks shall be called for scrutiny of documents. All other candidates shall stand eliminated from the further process of selection.

(b) Claim of reservation benefit or for relaxation and /or for extra marks if any, shall be admissible to only those candidates, who submit the requisite valid original certificates for scrutiny, in support of their claim before Physical Screening Test and Interview cum Personality test failing which, they may be considered under general category provided they are otherwise eligible. Information in this regard will be displayed on official website of the Haryana Staff Selection Commission.

Haryana Police Physical Measurement Test (PMT)

(a) The candidates after the scrutiny of documents shall undergo Physical Measurement Test as per standards prescribed under Punjab Police Rule 12.15 (2) read with 12.16 (9) (c).

(b) To make the entire process of the Physical Measurement Test tamper proof, fair and impartial, standard digital measurement devices shall be used to the extent possible, in a manner that the candidates are able to read their measurements on a digital display monitor. The result of Physical Measurement Test shall be prepared by the Haryana Staff Selection Commission. The Haryana
Staff Selection Commission shall display the same on its official website expeditiously.

(c) In order to recognise and promote excellence in Human Resource, the candidates who possess any extra height over and above the minimum prescribed standard for recruitment shall be awarded additional marks, called ‘Advantage score’ as per scale prescribed hereunder :

 PMT- Height (Advantage score)
 Height in Centimeter
 ( Male)  (Female)  Marks
 172
General category
 160
General category
 10
 169 to 172
For eligible reserve
categories as per latest
existing Government
Reservation Policy
 157 to 160
For eligible reserve
categories as per latest
existing Government
Reservation Policy
 10
 175  163  11
 178  166 12
 181  169  13
 184  172  14
 187
and above
 173
and above
 15
Haryana Police Interview-cum-Personality Test (I-PT)

(a) Candidates who qualify the Physical Screening Test shall be called for Interview–cum-Personality Test on the basis of their combined scores in (Physical Screening Test + Knowledge Test + Physical Measurement Test), upto maximum three times the number of vacancies advertised in each category.

(b) The Interview test shall be of total ten marks. Further distribution of ten marks for the Interview test shall be as follows

(i) Education (maximum 03 marks):- Candidate with higher education i.e with Graduate degree shall get one mark; while, candidate with Post Graduate degree shall get total 02 marks.

(ii) NCC Certificate (maximum 03 marks): Candidate having highest NCC certificate of A , B or C, level shall get 01, 02 and 03 marks respectively.

(iii) Interview cum Personality Test (I-PT) test (maximum 05 marks).

Haryana Police Constable final Result of Examination

(a) The names of successful candidates in the order of merit on the basis of aggregate marks achieved by the candidates in (PST+KT+PMT+ I-PT) shall be arranged by the Haryana Staff Selection Commission equal to the total number of vacancies advertised for each category separately.

(b) In case two or more candidates have the same aggregate score, the order of merit shall be determined by the higher score achieved in the Knowledge Test.

(c) Whereas two or more candidates have the same aggregate score as well as the same score in Knowledge Test also, the order of merit shall be guided by the age of the candidate, i.e. the oldest being placed higher than the younger ones.

(d) Further where two or more candidates have the same aggregate score as well as the same score in Knowledge Test and their date of birth is also same, the order of merit shall in favour of the candidate having higher educational qualification.

(e) The Haryana Staff Selection Commission shall recommend the names of successful candidates equal to the total number of vacancies requisitioned in each category, separately to the Director General of Police for enrolment. The list of candidates so recommended shall also be put on the official websites of Haryana Staff Selection Commission and Haryana Police. There shall be no waiting list.

(f) The appointing authorities shall ensure medical fitness and verification of characters and antecedents before appointment. Vacancies advertised, if any, remaining unfilled because of
rejection of candidates on medical grounds or character and antecedents verification or otherwise shall be considered in next recruitment.

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