HSSC Group D Admit Card Released on November 2; Download here

Anangsha Patra | 2nd Nov, 2018 - 2:07 p.m. IST
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New Delhi, November 2: Haryana Staff Selection Service (HSSC) has released the admit card of HSSC Group D on November 2 for candidates whose exam is scheduled to be held on November 10 and 11. Candidates who have successfully applied for the exam can download the online admit card using login ID and password. HSSC Group D admit card for the exam scheduled to be conducted on November 17 and 18 will be released on November 7.

HSSC Group D admit card contains name of candidate, registration number, dates of birth, gender, candidates’ photograph and space for signature, name of father, exam date, time, centre details and instructions to be followed on the day of exam. In case of discrepancies in HSSC Group D admit card 2018, candidates must contact the Commission and get it rectified well before their scheduled date of examination.

On the day of the exam, candidates should carry at least one photo-identity proof (Voter Card, Aadhaar Card, Driving License, PAN card, Passport or Government issued identity card) to the exam centre along with the admit card.

Steps to download HSSC Group D admit card 2018

Candidates can follow the procedure provided below to download the admit card.

  • Click on ‘HSSC Group D admit card’ link

  • Enter login ID and password

  • Click on ‘Sign In’ button to log in

  • After logging in, admit card will be displayed on screen

  • Download and print copy of admit card

HSSC Group D exam is scheduled to be conducted on November 10, 11, 17 and 18. The exam will be conducted in two shifts – morning and evening. The written exam is conducted in two parts – I and II. Candidates appearing for the morning sessions must reach the exam venue by 9 am while for the evening shift, candidates are required to reach the examination centre by 1:30 pm. HSSC Group D is conducted in the form of written exam comprising 90 marks. However, additional 10 marks are reserved for Socio-Economic criteria and experience. Therefore, total marks allotted for the exam are 100.

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