The Government of Haryana, the Haryana Staff Selection Commission (HSSC) has issued a notification for the recruitment of 5532 Constables (General Duty) (Male & Female) posts vacancies. The candidates who have passed required qualification for Constables (General Duty) (Male & Female) posting, are eligible to apply for Haryana Staff Selection Commission (HSSC) Constables (General Duty) (Male & Female) Recruitment 2016-17.
Educational qualification for the Haryana Staff Selection Commission (HSSC) recruitment 2017 must have completed in 10+2 and Knowledge of Hindi/ Sanskrit up to Matric standard Haryana Staff Selection Commission (HSSC) recruitment 2017. The age limit minimum upper age 18-25yrs
Name of the Organization: Haryana Staff Selection Commission (HSSC)
Official Website: www.hssc.gov.in
Name of the Post (Designation): Constables (General Duty) (Male & Female)
Total Number of Vacancies: 5532 Posts
Age Limit: 18-25 years
Educational Qualification: 10+2 and Knowledge of Hindi/ Sanskrit up to Matric standard.
Pay Scale: 21700/- Per Month
Application Fees:- 100/- for General (Male/ Female Candidates), 50/- for General (Female of Haryana resident only), 25/- for SC/ BC/ SBC/ EBPG candidates of Haryana State only (Male Candidates) and 13/- for SC/ BC/ SBC/ EBPG candidates of Haryana State only (Femal Candidates) through online. The fee should be deposited through Net banking or e-Challan in any branch of State Bank of India, State Bank of Patiala, Punjab National Bank and IDBI Bank.
Last Date of Online Application: 28th February 2017
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