Haryana Police SI Recruitment 2021: The Deadline for Objection on the Answer Key of SI Recruitment Is Over, Know When the Final Result Can Be Released and What Can Be the Cut off Score

Haryana Police SI Recruitment 2021: The results of the written examination conducted for the recruitment of 400 posts of male sub-inspectors in Haryana Police can be released soon. The exam was conducted on 26 September and 13 October.

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The final results of the examination conducted for recruitment to 400 posts of male sub-inspectors in Haryana Police can be declared soon. This exam was conducted on 26 September 2021 and on 13 October 2021. The provisional answer key has also been released for this exam and candidates were given a chance to register their objections between October 15 and 17. After the release of the provisional answer key, it is expected that Haryana Staff Selection Commission (HSSC) may soon release the final answer key of this examination. Applications were invited from June 19 to June 9 for the recruitment of 400 male SI posts and 65 female SI posts. The results of the written examination for 65 posts of female SI have been released.

When can the final result be released:
The final result for this recruitment can be released soon. The result of the written examination held on 26 September for the recruitment of 65 posts of female SI was released within 2 weeks. So it is expected that the result of the male SI exam can also be released within 2 weeks. Candidates should keep an eye on the official website for related information.

How much can cut off:
The candidates who are successful in the written examination conducted for this recruitment will have to take part in PET and PST. Based on the number of candidates appearing in the written examination, the number of vacancies, and the level of questions, it is expected that this time the cut-off for general category candidates will be between 52 to 60 marks, for OBC category candidates. Candidates cut off between 48 to 54 marks, SC category candidates cut off between 43 to 48 marks, BCA category candidates cut off between 47 to 53 marks and BCB category candidates cut off between 53 to 59 marks can stay between

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