HSSC group D result 2023 soon for 8.51 lakh candidates; cut-off, normalisation method

HSSC Group D Result Date 2023: 62.59% of the registered candidates appeared in the exam, of which 25 impersonators were arrested by the NTA officials.


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HSSC CET Group D normalisation method and cut-off. (Image: Pexels)HSSC CET Group D normalisation method and cut-off. (Image: Pexels)

Anu Parthiban | November 28, 2023 | 06:11 PM IST

NEW DELHI: Haryana Staff Selection Commission Common Eligibility Test (HSSC CET 2023) for Group D results is expected to be declared soon for recruitment in various categories. 8.51 lakh candidates are awaiting the HSSC CET Group D results.

The HSSC Group D exam 2023 was held on October 21 to 22. Of the 13,76,183 candidates who registered for the exam, 62.59% appeared. 25 impersonators were arrested by the NTA officials.

The commission has also announced the normalisation method as the exam was conducted by the National Testing Agency (NTA) in multiple sessions.

HSSC group D cut-off 2023

As per the marking scheme, general awareness, reasoning, mathematics, science, English, Hindi have been allotted 75% weightage and history, current affairs, literature, geography, civics, environment, culture subjects have been allotted 25% weightage.


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HSSC group D normalisation method - “The raw score of each candidate in each shift will be normalised using the Equi-percentile method, the raw score for each candidate appearing will be converted into NTA Score,” the HSSC said.

For each raw score obtained by candidates there is a score assigned to each percentile value for each session. The normalised score, Z, corresponding to a percentile value P, is calculated by taking the average of the raw scores corresponding to the percentile P in each of different sessions divided by the raw marks for each candidate.

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