Haryana Staff Selectin Commission will soon announce Haryana police constable recruitment 2023 for 6000 posts of constable including 5000 male constable, 1000 female constable post. Haryana police constable merit list for PST and PMT will be based on CET score of candidates. The age limit for HSSC Haryana police constable is 18 to 25 years and crucial date for calculation of age will be announced later. There will be age relaxation of 3 years for all candidates as per latest updates from HSSC.
The eligible candidates will be able to fill registration form for Haryana Police Constable Recruitment 2023 after declaration of cut off based on CET score and release of official notice. There will be no additional marks for higher education to candidates. The list of selected candidates for Haryana police constable recruitment 2023 will be announced at HSSC official website @ hssc.gov.in.
Haryana Police Constable Recruitment 2023
|Haryana Staff Selectin Commission
|Haryana Police Constable Written Examination
|Male Constable (GD) & Female Constable
|Haryana Police Constable Notification 2023
|1. Physical Screening Test (PST)
2. Physical Measurement Test (PMT)
3. Knowledge Test
4. Document Verification
5. Medical Test
|PST & PMT merit will be based on
|CET 2022 Score
|Rs. 21700- 69100
|18 to 25 Years
|Haryana Police Constable Recruitment 2023 Exam Date
|to be announced
|Haryana Police Constable 2023 Apply Now
How to Apply for Police Constable Recruitment 2023
The complete step by step procedure to apply for Police Constable Recruitment 2023 is given below.
Step 1: First visit official website of Haryana Staff Selectin Commission at
Step 2: At the home page of HSSC website, go to public notices and news section.
Step 3: Click "Police Constable Recruitment Notification" and select apply online.
Step 4: Now fill application form with all required details and upload required documents.
Step 5: Finally pay application fee for Haryana police constable application form and take a printout for future reference.
Haryana Police Constable Selection Process
- Physical Screening Test (PST)
- Physical Measurement Test (PMT)
- Knowledge Test
- Document Verification
- Medical Test
Haryana Police Constable PST & PMT
Haryana Police Constable Physical Screening Test (PST) will be conducted to judge their physical fitness and endurance of candidates. The standards prescribed for PST test is given below.
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.
Haryana Police Constable PMT (Physical Measurement Test)
The candidates who have qualified the Physical Screening Test shall have to undergo Physical Measurement Test as per standards prescribed in Appendix-B of Haryana Police (Non-Gazetted & other ranks) Services Rules, 2017
|Constable (Male)- Gen Category
|83 CM + 4CM Expansion
|Constable (Male)- Other Category
|81 CM + 4CM Expansion
|Constable (Female)- Gen Category
|Constable (Female)- Other Category
List of Documents Require for Haryana Police Constable Recruitment 2023
- ID proof: Aadhar card/Voter card/PAN card/Driver's license/Passport
- Parivar Pehchan Patra (PPP) ID
- Age Proof: date of birth certificate or 10th class passing certificate
- Recent passport size photograph
- 10th Class Marks Sheet
- 12th Class Marks Sheet
- Graduation and post graduation degree certificates
- Income certificate
- Residence proof or address proof
- No Job certificate
- Category certificate for EWS, OBC, SC/ST candidates
Haryana Police Constable Recruitment 2023 Merit List
Haryana Police Constable merit list will be based on written examination, PST, PMT, scrutiny of documents and socio economic criteria for the post of male constable and female constable posts. The commission will finalize and declare the result of Haryana police constable at their official website www.hssc.gov.in. If exam is conducted in multiple shifts, then marks scored in written examination by candidates will be normalized and result be declared by adding normalized score of written examination and socio economic marks.