Haryana Staff Selection Commission has released a recruitment notification for the recruitment of 588 Patwari Posts in the Land Record Department, Haryana, Panchkula. It is a great opportunity to work as a Patwari under the Haryana Government. The last date to apply online was 22nd March 2021 and the exam date for HSSC patwari 2021 is released. The link was re-opened from 8th March 2021 for the candidates to fill the application form. HSSC Patwari exam schedule has been released by the Commission and will be conducted on 11th December 2021 & 12th December 2021 in two shifts. The exam dates were being delayed due to the surge of Coronavirus all over the country. The commission will release the information related to the admit card on the official website. Candidates are advised to stay tuned on this page for HSSC Patwari 2021 exam details.
HSSC Patwari 2021:Important Dates
All the important dates from the form filling till the exam dates have been tabulated below. The exam will be held in two sessions i.e
- Morning Session from 10.30 A.M to 12.00 Noon. The Reporting Time will be 8.30 A.M. (No Entry after 09.30 A.M).
- Evening Session from 3.00 P.M. to 4.30 P.M. Reporting time will be 1.00 P.M. (No Entry after 02.00 P.M.)
|Haryana Patwari Apply Online Link Re-Activated||8th March 2021|
|Last Date to Apply Online||22nd March 2021|
|Last Date to Pay Application Fees||25th March 2021 till 5:00 P.M.|
|Admit Card Download Date||Will be notify Soon|
|Exam Date||11.12.2021 (Saturday)
HSSC Patwari Vacancy Details
The category-wise vacancy distribution has been provided below. A total number of 588 vacancies are released by the Haryana Staff Selection Commission for the recruitment of Patwari.
HSSC Patwari Selection Process:
The selection process of Haryana Patwari 2021 will be based on:
- Written exam
- Social Economy Criteria and Experience
HSSC Patwari Exam Pattern:
The HSSC Patwari selection process mainly includes a written examination consisting of a total of 90 marks and 10 marks are allotted to Socio-Economic criteria and experience. The detailed distribution is given below.
The 90 marks of written examination shall be divided into to parts comprising:-
|25% weightage||With respect to Haryana
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