Haryana Staff Selection Commission (HSSC) has advertised for 26000 Group C posts in more than 100 departments, boards, corporations, and universities.
For this, the Commission has released an advertisement regarding the Common Eligibility Test (CET). Candidates can register for the exam till 8 July and the fee confirmation can be done by 13 July.
Those who have already applied and paid on the portal will be eligible to appear in CET. If such candidates wish to make changes or updates to the application, then they can now be able to do the same also.
Sharing more details, an official spokesperson said that all the applicants can register at https://onetimereg.haryana.gov.in till 8 July after uploading all the details related to their identity and academic qualification, experience, reservation, and all the other necessary documents like socio-economic criteria weightage, etc.
The spokesperson said the EWS certificate which is as per the conditions laid down by the Haryana government and applicable for jobs in the Haryana government issued on or before the cut-off date will only be considered. EWS or other backward classes (OBC) certificates issued for jobs in the Central government will not be considered.
The spokesperson said only original documents should be scanned and uploaded, and no photo copy will be accepted.
The spokesperson clarified that candidates who have obtained a degree or diploma or certificate for various courses from any board or institute declared fake by the University Grants Commission or not recognised by the Haryana government, will not be considered eligible for recruitment to the advertised posts.
The spokesperson said to claim the benefit of socio-economic criteria, all the certificates should be in the prescribed format.
Till now, more than 10 lakh candidates have registered for CET. The CET will be conducted by the Commission after the date of registration is over. This exam is planned to be held in the month of August.
The Commission has also released the CET syllabus. Questions related to Haryana will be asked along with questions related to general knowledge, reasoning, quantitative aptitude, and Hindi-English in the CET.