HSSC Gram Sachiv Exam Analysis 2020-21: Download HSSC Gram Sachiv Paper

HSSC Gram Sachiv Exam 2020-21: Haryana Staff Selection Commission is conducting the exam for the recruitment of 697 vacancies for various posts. The Haryana Gram Sachiv exam will be on 09th & 10th January 2021 in two sessions. More than 8 lakh candidates have applied for the HSSC Gram Sachiv Exam 2020-21. All the candidates who today appeared for the exam may know about the changes in the ADMIT CARD but the candidates who are going to appear in the HSSC Gram Sachiv Exam 2020 are advised to check the new center list available on the official website before appearing in the exam. The two sessions will take place from 10:30 AM to 12 Noon and from 3 PM to 4:30 PM. In this article, we are providing you with a detailed analysis of the examination conducted today. The examination is offline i.e. pen and paper written exam. We will be providing a PDF of the question paper.

HSSC Gram Sachiv Exam Pattern 2020-21:

S. No Exam Name Marks
1. Written Exam 90
2 Socio-Economic Criteria and Experience 10

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HSSC Gram Sachiv Written Exam Pattern 2020-21:

The 90 marks are divided into below parts:

Subjects Weightage/ Marks
General Awareness, Reasoning, Maths, Science, Computer, English, Hindi and concerned or relevant subject, as applicable for the post 75%/ 67-68 Marks
History, Current Affairs, Literature, Geography, Civics, Environment, Culture, etc. of Haryana 25%/ 22-23 Marks
Total  90 Marks

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HSSC Gram Sachiv Question Paper: 9th January 2020 | Shift 2

HSSC Gram Sachiv Recruitment 2020 Selection Process

There are two stages in the Haryana Gram Sachiv recruiting process.

  1. Written Exam – It carries a weightage of 90 marks, wherein, 75 % marks are assigned to the subjects – General Awareness, Reasoning, Mathematics, Science, Computer, English, Hindi and concerned or relevant subject, as applicable; and remaining 25% marks are applicable to History, Current Affairs, Literature, Geography, Civics, Environment, Culture, etc. of Haryana.
  2. Socio-Economic Criteria and Experience – A maximum of 10 marks are awarded to applicants in this section on the basis of norms defined by the Government of Haryana.