HSSC Admit Card 2021: Admit Card for Male Constable Recruitment Race Exam Released, You Can Download With the Help of This Direct Link

HSSC Admit Card 2021: Haryana Staff Selection Commission has released the admit card for the Male Constable PST exam on its official website on Thursday. Candidates who appeared in the exam can download from the official website hssc.gov.in.


Haryana Staff Selection Commission has released the admit card for Male Constable PST Race Exam on its official website on Thursday. Candidates who have registered for the examination for the post of constable can download their admit card from the official website of hssc.gov.in. Physical Screening Test and Race Test have been scheduled for all the candidates Male Constable Post.

HSSC Admit Card Male Constable PST Race Exam will be held on September 28, 2021. The last date for this exam is 30th September 2021. Please note that the admit card is an important document for the examination. Candidates must remember to download it and take it to the exam center. Without the admit card they will not be evaluated in the PST race.

How to download admit card

  • Visit the official website hssc.gov.in.
  • Click on the link to download the admit card
  • Candidates also click on the given link to download HSSC Admit Card 2021.
  • Now candidates enter their login ID.
  • Your admit card will be displayed on your screen by HSSC.
  • Download and print a copy of the same for the day of the examination.


All the candidates who are participating in the Male Constable PST race are informed that the venue of the examination has been kept at Parade Ground Sector-5 Panchkula. Candidates are advised to go through the details of HSSC Admit Card 2021 carefully and check the same for the same. Prepare accordingly to appear in the exam. As per the official notice- All the candidates who qualify for the Physical Screening Test (PST) will be eligible to appear in the further examination. The duration of the exam will be 90 minutes and the knowledge test of the candidates will be of 60 marks only, consisting of 100 multiple choice questions for which each candidate will get 0.60 marks.

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