Haryana CET 2023: The Common Eligibility Test (CET) for Haryana 2023 was conducted by the Haryana Staff Selection Commission (HSSC) on November 5th and 6th in four shifts. The CET results are scheduled to be announced by the National Testing Agency (NTA) and HSSC on or before January 10, 2023. The Haryana Common Eligibility Test (CET)-2023 was held by the NTA on November 5th and 6th at 1200 examination centers throughout the state. The HSSC had earlier invited online applications for Haryana CET through their One Time Registration Portal at onetimeregn.Haryana.gov.in (HSSC CET OTR). Candidates who took the test are eagerly awaiting the results. Complete details about Haryana HSSC CET 2023 can be found below.
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|Recruitment Organization||Haryana Saff Selection Commission (HSSC)|
|Exam Name||Common Eligibility Test (CET)|
|Post Name||Group C and Group D Posts|
|Join Telegram Group||Telegram Group|
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|CET Haryana Apply Start||Jan 1, 2021|
|Last Date to apply||July 10, 2022|
|Haryana CET Exam Date for Group C Posts||5-6 Nov 2022|
|CET Haryana Marks Correction||2-16 Feb 2023|
|CET Haryana Group D Notification||Notify Later|
Age Limit: 18-42 Years [Age Relaxation will be given as per Rules]
Appearing Applicants can also apply for HSSC CET Haryana 2023
|Group ‘C’ Posts||42000+||12th/ Graduation|
|Group ‘D’ Posts||22000+||10th Pass|
The Haryana Staff Selection Commission (HSSC) will notify eligible candidates based on their CET score when beginning the recruitment process for Group ‘C’ and Group ‘D’ posts. The commission has the discretion to choose whether to hire based on CET score or by administering an additional test. Recruitment for Group D positions will be based solely on the CET score, while Group C positions will require an additional test.
The Commission will call five times the total number of available positions and three times the number of eligible candidates for positions with fewer than 50 vacancies. For positions with more than 50 vacancies, candidates will be selected based on their CET score/percentile by category. If multiple candidates meet the cutoff, they will all be contacted.
In both Group C and Group D posts, candidates can earn a maximum of five additional points for social, economic, and experiential factors. These points will be directly added to their CET score.
The Haryana CET 2023 exam has a written test that is divided into six sections. It is a multiple-choice exam that consists of 100 questions, and each question is worth 0.95 marks. Thus, the total score for the written test is 95. Although there is no negative marking, if a candidate leaves a question blank, 0.95 marks will be deducted. In case a candidate is not attempting a question, they are required to fill in the fifth option.
|General Knowledge + Computer||15 (11+4)||14.25|
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