HSSC Recruitment 2017: Apply For 5532 Constable Posts, Last Date 28 February

HSSC Recruitment 2017: Apply For 5532 Constable Posts, Last Date 28 February

HSSC Recruitment 2017: Apply For 5532 Constable Posts, Last Date 28 February

New Delhi: HSSC Constable Recruitment 2017 Update! With only one more day left for the online registration process, job aspirants who have not applied for the posts yet should go through the details properly before applying. Online registration portal will be open till 28 February 2017 (11.59 pm). Interested candidates must go through eligibility criteria properly before applying. Candidates must take a printout of the online application form for future use. Haryana Staff Selection Commission will accept the application online only. More details about HSSC constable recruitment 2017 can be found below.

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HSSC Recruitment 2017: Important Points
Vacancy Details
Male Constable (General Duty): 4500 posts
Female Constable (General Duty): 1032 posts

Eligibility Criteria
Educational Qualification: Candidate must have cleared 10+2 (Intermediate) exam and must have knowledge of Hindi/ Sanskrit up to 10th standard.

Age Limit: 18-25 years as on 1 February 2017

Physical Standard for Male Candidates: Height (172 centimeter for general category and 169 centimeter for others); Chest (83 Centimeter (Unexpanded) to 87 Centimeter (expanded) for general category and 8l Centimeter (Unexpanded) to 85 Centimeter
(expanded) for others)

Physical Standard for Female candidates: Height (160 centimeter for general category and 157 centimeter for others)

Candidates are suggested to go through details of the eligibility criteria before applying.

How to apply?
Candidates must apply online at hssc.gov.in.

Application Fee
Candidates must pay Rs. Rs. 100 (Rs. 50 fr female residents of Haryana; Rs. 25 for SC/ BC/ SBC/ EB PG male candidates of Haryana; Rs. 13 for SC/ BC/ SBC/ EB PG female candidates of Haryana). Fees can be deposited till 2 March 2017.

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