HPSC Recruitment 2021: Application, Eligibility Criteria, Posts, Check Here

HPSC Recruitment 2021: Haryana Public Service Commission has released the recruitment notification for the administrative departments of Haryana in high-level posts. The Candidates applying for the examination should ensure that they fulfill all eligibility conditions for admission to the examination. Their admission to all the stages of the examination will be purely provisional subject to satisfying the prescribed eligibility conditions. Mere issue of e-Admit Card to the candidate will not imply that his/her candidature has been finally cleared by the Commission. The Commission takes up verification of eligibility conditions with reference to original documents only after the candidate has qualified for Main Written Examination / Interview / Personality Test.

Click here to download the Official Notification of HPSC 2021

HPSC 2021: Important Dates

Activity Date
Date of publication 26.02.2021
Opening date for submission of online applications 03.03.2021
Closing date for submission of online applications 02.04.2021

HPSC Recruitment 2021: Eligibility Criteria

Candidates must possess the given educational qualifications and age limit to apply for the HPSC HCS examination.

HPSC Recruitment 2021: Educational Qualifications 

Candidates must possess a bachelor’s degree in arts/commerce or science from a recognized university.

HPSC Recruitment 2021: Age limit 

Should not be less than 21 years and not more than 42 years.

Category Age relaxation in Upper Age Limit Highest Age allowed
Backward Class A and B of Haryana only 5 years 47 years
SC/ST Category 5 years 47 years
Unmarried Females candidates (including divorced and separated females) 3 years 45 years
PH and PwD of Haryana 10 years 50 years
PH and PwD (belonging to SC/ST) 15 years 55 years

HPSC Recruitment 2021: Application fee

Candidates are required to pay the given application fee to apply for HPSC recruitment.

Category Application fee
  1. Male General category candidates of Haryana

2. For Male General Category candidates and all reserved categories of other states

Rs 1000/-
3. For all Females candidates of General category of Haryana only4. For Female candidates of General category and all reserved categories of other  States Rs 250/-
5. For Male & Female candidates of SC/ BC-A/ BC -B/ ESM categories of Haryana only. Rs 250/-
6. For all PwD i.e. Persons with Disabilities category candidates (with at least 40% disability) of Haryana only NIL

 

HPSC Recruitment 2021: Selection process

The selection process for Haryana includes 3 stages as given below:

  • Preliminary examination- 200 marks
  • Mains examination- 600 marks
  • Personality Test/Viva Voce- 75 marks

HPSC Recruitment 2021: Preliminary examination

  • The preliminary examination for shortlisting of category wise candidates is held in offline mode. The subjects in the Preliminary exam will be general studies and CSAT. The HPSC question paper will be bilingual. There would be negative marking for each wrong answer, one-fourth marks are deducted. It will comprise a total of 200 marks.
  • Candidates twelve times the number of vacancies are qualified for the mains exam.

HPSC Mains examination

The mains examination consists of 600 marks and candidates qualifying in mains will be called for the personality test.

Subject Name Marks Allotted Time allotted
English and English Essay 100 marks 3 Hours
Hindi Including Hindi Essay in Devnagri Script 100 marks 3 Hours
General Studies 100 marks 3 Hours
Optional Subject 1 150 marks 3 hours
Optional Subject 2 150 marks 3 hours
Total = 600 Marks

Official Website

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SSC CPO SI Result 2020 (Declared): Check Here

SSC CPO SI Result 2020 (Declared): Check Here

SSC CPO SI Result 2020 Paper 1: The Staff Selection Commission conducted Computer Based Examination for recruitment of Sub-Inspectors in Delhi Police and CAPFs Examination, 2020 (Paper-I) from 23.11.2020 to 25.11.2020. According to the latest result calendar released by SSC, the Paper 1 result of the SSC CPO 2020 exam is declared on 26th February 2021.

SSC CPO 2020: Important Dates

SSC CPO  Important Dates
SSC CPO 2020 Paper-I Exam Date 23rd November to 26th November 2020 (CBE)
SSC CPO 2020 Paper-I Result Date 26th February 2021
SSC CPO 2020 Paper-II Exam Date 12th July 2021
SSC CPO 2020 Paper-II Result Date to be notified later

How to check your SSC CPO Paper 1 Result? 

  1. Visit ssc.nic.in
  2. In the Result section.
  3. Go to the CAPF section. Or you will get the official PDF links in this post.
  4. You will get the official PDFs containing the result writeup and the list of selected candidates.
  5. Click on the link given.
  6. Enter ‘Ctrl+F’ and enter your roll number in the same.
  7. Search your name.
EXAM YEAR 2020-21 2019-20 2018
No. of Appeared Candidates 2,63,904 2,32,514
No. of Candidates Qualified in tier 1 46,436 20,920
%age of Candidates Qualified 17.59% 9.01%
No. of Vacancies 1564 2745 1416
Candidates Qualified in PST/PET Exam 4750
Candidates Qualified in Tier-II Exam 3784

Based on the cut-off fixed by the Commission in Paper-I, number of candidates qualifying for appearing in PET/ PST are as follows:

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(i)            List-I: Female:

 

  SC ST OBC EWS UR TOTAL
 

Cut-off Marks

 

90.37392

 

85.50919

 

113.06972

 

87.09124

 

118.38628

 

—-

Candidates Available  

433

 

186

 

663

 

319

 

638*

 

2239

 

*33-SC, 06-ST, 431-OBC and 72-EWS candidates qualifying at UR cut-off have been shown under their respective categories.

(i)            List-II: Male:

 

  SC ST ESM OBC EWS UR TOTAL
Cut-off Marks  

84.31609

 

83.54368

 

40.00

 

107.93953

 

76.40961

 

114.67434

 

—-

Candidates Available  

4781

 

2473

 

2909

 

7908

 

3409

 

4482*

 

25962

 

*535-SC, 253-ST, 5477-OBC, 926-EWS and 36-ESM candidates qualifying at UR cut-off have been shown under their respective categories.

Shortlisted candidates will be called for PST/ PET which will be conducted by the CAPFs. The schedule of PST/ PET will be communicated by the Regional Offices of the Commission in due course. Candidates are advised to follow the websites of the Regional Offices of the Commission regarding issue of Admission Certificates for the PST/

Representations received from the candidates with regard to the answer keys have been carefully examined and the answer keys have been modified wherever necessary. The final answer keys have been used for evaluation. Final Answer Keys will be uploaded on the website of the Commission for a period of one month from 05.03.2021 (06:00 PM) to 04.04.2021 (06:00 PM).

SSC CPO 2020 Marksheet

Marks of the qualified/non-qualified candidates will be uploaded on the website of the Commission on 03.03.2021. This facility will be available from 03.03.2021 to 24.03.2021. Candidates may check their individual marks by using their Registration No. and registered password and click on Result/ Marks tab on the candidate

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ARHMD System for Indian Army: All you Need to Know

ARHMD System for Indian Army: All you Need to Know

ARHMD System for Indian Army: Augmented Reality Head Mounted Display (ARHMD) System is conceived as a capability enhancement to Land Based Air Defence Weapon Systems such as IGLA shoulder fired Infra Red Homing Air Defence Missile System and ZU 23mm 2B AD Gun System which will provide the operator with radar and Thermal Imaging (TI) sight outputs as overlays. The proposed system intends to enhance the engagement capability during night and conditions of inclement weather and the day-time engagements are also intended to be enhanced through increased reaction times, data computation for decision support and integration of output of TI sight.

ARHMD System for Indian Army

Indian Army is in the process of acquiring niche technology by procuring quantity 556 Augmented Reality Head Mounted Display (ARHMD) Systems under Make-II Category. After successful evaluation of vendor responses, Project Sanction Order (PSO) has been issued on 22 February 2021 to six vendors to start developing the prototype. The contract will be placed with one of the firms post successful development of prototype as per provisions of Buy (Indian-IDDM) category of DAP 2020.

Development of Augmented Reality Head Mounted Display System under Make-II will be a game changer for Indian Army. It will be in sync with “Atmanirbhar Bharat” policy of the Government and will lead to “Self Reliance” by giving boost to the Indian Defence Industry.

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IB ACIO Tier-1 Answer Key 2021: Candidates who appeared for IB ACIO Exam on 18th, 19th, and 20th February 2021 can now see there responses on official website. Ministry of Home Affairs has released the answer key for IB ACIO tier-1 Exam. Along with the answer key, the candidate’s response sheet is also available on its official website. The candidates who have appeared in IB ACIO Tier-1 Exam can download their answer key by logging with their registration number  and password.

IB ACIO Tier-1 Answer Key 2021

Post Name ACIO-II/ Executive
IB ACIO Tier-1 Exam Date 18th, 19th, 20th February 2021
IB ACIO Tier-1 Provisional Answer Key 25th February 2021 (Tentatively)
Vacancies 2000

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How to download the IB ACIO answer key?

Candidates can follow the steps below to check the answer key of the IB ACIO Tier-1 Exam.

  • Visit the official website @mha.gov.in
  • Click the Answer key link in the notification section
  • Fill up  credentials, and shift you appeared for.
  • On the new page, the answer key PDF will open
  • Check the answer key and download it
  • Steps to check IB Answer Key:-
    1. Login by entering user ID & password on this link-> https://cdn.digialm.com//EForms/configuredHtml/1258/68961/login.html
    2. Then right-click on the screen and click on “view page source”
    3. Refresh the link now and click on “Continue”.
    4. Press Ctrl+F and type “cdn” and the copy URL of your answer key.
    5. Paste this URL in a new tab and now finally check your answer key. 

IB ACIO Tier 1 Answer Key 2021

IB ACIO Tier-1 Answer key 2021 has released for the Tier 1 exam on its official website @mha.gov.in. The test comprises questions from General Awareness, Quantitative Aptitude, Logical/analytical ability, and English Language. The total marks of the test are 100.

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SSC CGL Vacancy 2020: (7035 Vacancies) Declared at @ssc.nic.in:

SSC CGL Vacancy 2020: A total of 7035 tentative Vacancies for SSC CGL 2020 have been released by Staff Selection Commission released  in which 2891 vacancies have been declared for the General category. The vacancies have seen a decrease as compared to SSC CGL 2019, where a total of 8582 vacancies were notified.

SSC CGL Vacancy 2020

A total of 7035 vacancies have been notified by the Commission for SSC CGL 2020 Exam . The vacancy is tentative and can be increased further until the final appointment of candidates is done.

SSC CGL Vacancy: Comparison with the last 7 years 

In the table below, we have given you the analysis of last seven years vacancies.

SSC CGL Department & Post wise Vacancy

There are several posts and departments in which vacancies are released by the SSC. The Pay level varies according to the posts. Check out the vacancies released by SSC in each department and post:


The Pay level, post wise, and departments are provided in the table below.

Pay Level-8 (Rs 47600 to 151100)
S.No Name Of Post Ministry
1 Assistant Audit
Officer
Indian Audit &
Accounts
Department under
C&AG
2 Assistant
Accounts
Officer
Indian Audit &
Accounts
Department under
C&AG

 

Pay Level-7 (Rs 44900 to 142400)
S.No Name Of Post Ministry
3 Assistant
Section Officer
Central Secretariat
Service
4 Assistant
Section Officer
Intelligence
Bureau
5 Assistant
Section Officer
Ministry of
Railway
6 Assistant
Section Officer
Ministry of
External Affairs
7 Assistant
Section Officer
AFHQ
8 Assistant Other Ministries/
Departments/
Organizations
9 Assistant Other Ministries/
Departments/
Organizations
10 Assistant
Section Officer
Other Ministries/
Departments/
Organizations
11 Inspector of
Income Tax
CBDT
12 Inspector,
(Central Excise)
CBIC
13 Inspector
(Preventive
Officer)
14 Inspector
(Examiner)
15 Assistant
Enforcement
Officer
Directorate of
Enforcement,
Department of
Revenue
16 Sub Inspector Central Bureau of
Investigation
17 Inspector Posts Department of
Post
18 Inspector Central Bureau of
Narcotics

 

Pay Level 6 (Rs 35400 to 112400)
S.No. Name Of Post Ministry
19 Assistant Other Ministries/
Departments/
Organizations
20 Assistant/
Superintendent
Other Ministries/
Departments/
Organizations
21 Divisional
Accountant
Offices under
C&AG
22 Sub Inspector National
Investigation
Agency (NIA)
23 Junior
Statistical
Officer
M/o Statistics &
Program
Implementation.
24 Statistical
Investigator
Grade-II
Registrar General
of India

 

Pay Level-5 (Rs 29200 to 92300)
S.No. Name Of Post Ministry
25 Auditor Offices under
C&AG
26 Auditor Other Ministry/
Departments
27 Auditor Offices under
CGDA
28 Accountant Offices under
C&AG
29 Accountant/
Junior
Accountant
Other Ministry/
Departments

 

Pay Level-4 (Rs 25500 to 81100)
S.No. Name Of Post Ministry
30 Senior
Secretariat
Assistant/
Upper Division
Clerks
Central Govt. Offices/
Ministries other than
CSCS cadres.
31 Tax Assistant CBDT
32 Tax Assistant CBIC
33 Sub-Inspector Central Bureau of
Narcotics
34 Upper Division
Clerks
Date. Gen Border Road
Organization (MoD)
(Post is only for male
Candidates with
higher physical and
medical standards

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DAC approves proposals worth Rs 13,700 crore: All you need to know

DAC approves proposals worth Rs 13,700 crore: Defence Acquisition Council (DAC), under the chairmanship of Defence Minister Shri Rajnath Singh, has approved capital acquisition proposals of various weapons /platforms /equipment/ systems required by the Indian ArmyIndian Navy and Indian Air Force, in New Delhi on February 23, 2021. Three Acceptance of Necessities (AoNs) for an overall cost of Rs 13,700 crore were accorded. All these AoNs are in the highest priority category of Defence Acquisition viz ‘Buy [Indian-IDDM (Indigenously Designed, Developed and Manufactured)].

DAC approves proposals worth Rs 13,700 crore: All you need to know

All these acquisition proposals will be indigenously designed, developed and manufactured. These will include inter-alia platforms and systems designed and developed by Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO).

To meet the Atmanirbhar Bharat goals of the Government on time-bound defence procurement process and faster decision making and to systematically work towards reducing the time taken for capital acquisition, the DAC also approved that all capital acquisition contracts (delegated and non-delegated) other than D&D cases shall be concluded in two years. The Ministry, in consultation with the Services and all stakeholders, will come up with detailed plan of action for achieving the same.

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Defence Minister Shri Rajnath Singh inaugurates DRDO Skill Development Centre: Key Points

Defence Minister Shri Rajnath Singh inaugurates DRDO Skill Development Centre for Fire Safety Training: Defence Minister Shri Rajnath Singh has inaugurated Skill Development Centre (SDC) for Fire Safety Training of Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) at Pilkhuwa in Uttar Pradesh through virtual mode on February 22, 2021. The facility, created by Delhi based DRDO laboratory Centre for Fire, Explosive and Environment Safety (CFEES); is aimed at developing trained human resources, fire safety technology and products to save precious human lives and valued assets.

In his inaugural address, Defence Minister Rajnath Singh congratulated DRDO for this significant step in the field of fire safety. He emphasised that in any fire tragedy the nation loses precious lives and valuable assets. To prevent such losses, this Training Centre will go a long way in ensuring quality training to the personnel and preventing such mishaps.

The first of its kind in India, the SDC has been created by adopting state of art technology and setting up of simulation systems for validation of fire at realistic scale in order to meet the challenges and enhance the skills of Defence Fire Service Personnel and combatants from the Armed Forces. Spread in 24 acres area at Pilkhuwa, the DRDO facility would be utilised for imparting fire prevention and fire-fighting training to the Fire Service personnel of Indian Armed Forces, DRDO, Ordnance Factories, Coast Guard and defence undertakings. In addition, trainees from Bhutan, Sri Lanka and other neighbouring countries would also be imparted training at the Centre. The facility is likely to strengthen their knowledge and fire-fighting skills and prepare them for handling fire threats in the emerging high-tech environment. Training of fire personnel in such high standard facilities will result in high levels of fire safety awareness and implementation of safety provisions in defence establishments thus leading to minimisation of losses and property due to fire accidents.

Constructed as per International standards, the SDC has four bays with fire-fighting and rescue appliances such as hydraulic platform, air crash fire tender and emergency rescue tender, which will be used for imparting practical/hands-on training besides an important life-saving personal protective equipment for the fire fighters. The Centre has a Fire Drill Tower with emergency escape chute which would be used for simulation of fire in high rise buildings, Breathing Apparatus Training Facility, a Model Fire Station housing specialised fire-fighting and rescue appliances, LPG Petroleum Tank Farm Simulator, Fire Suit Test and Evaluation facility, a Hostel and Transit Facility and Administrative and Training Facility. The facility would be maintained by CFEES, which carries out safety audits, training activities and R&D activities in the area of fire, explosive & environment safety. Every year 400-500 personnel are being trained by CFEES in modules customised to the needs of Ministry of Defence (MoD) establishments.

Secretary Department of Defence R&D and Chairman DRDO Dr G Satheesh Reddy in his address appreciated the endeavor of the CFEES towards indigenisation of fire safety equipment and test facilities for evaluation of fire safety products. He stated that the establishment of Skill Development Centre is another step initiated by DRDO towards endorsing Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi’s call for ‘Atmanirbhar Bharat’.

Director General Human Resources Shri K S Varaprasad, Director General System Analysis & Modelling Ms Nabanita Radhakrishnan, Director CFEES, Shri Rajiv Narang and other dignitaries of MoD were also present on the occasion.

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DRDO conducted two successful launches of VL-SRSAM: Defence Research & Development Organisation (DRDO) conducted two successful launches of Vertical Launch Short Range Surface to Air Missile (VL-SRSAM).

The launches were carried out today from a static vertical launcher from Integrated Test Range (ITR), Chandipur off the coast of Odisha. Indigenously designed and developed by DRDO for Indian Navy, VL-SRSAM is meant for neutralizing various aerial threats at close ranges including sea-skimming targets.

The current launches were carried out for demonstration of vertical launch capability as part of its maiden launch campaign. On both occasions, the missiles intercepted the simulated targets with pinpoint accuracy. The missiles were tested for minimum and maximum range. VL-SRSAM with Weapon Control System (WCS) were deployed during the trials.

DRDO conducted two successful launches of VL-SRSAM

The launches were monitored by senior scientists from various DRDO labs involved in the design and development of the system such as DRDL, RCI, Hyderabad and R&D Engineers, Pune.

During the test launches, flight path and vehicle performance parameters were monitored using flight data, captured by various Range instruments such as Radar, EOTS and Telemetry systems deployed by ITR, Chandipur.

The present trials have proved the effectiveness of the weapon system and few more trials will be conducted shortly before deployment on Indian Naval ships. Once deployed, the VL-SRSAM system will prove to be a force multiplier for the Indian Navy.

Defence Minister Shri Rajnath Singh congratulated DRDO on the successful trials. Dr G Satheesh Reddy, Secretary DD R&D & Chairman DRDO congratulated the teams involved in successful flight test of VL-SRSAM Missile System.

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 DRDO-developed Anti-Tank Guided Missile Systems ‘Helina’ and ‘Dhruvastra’ Successfully  Tested: Joint User Trials for Helina (Army Version) and Dhruvastra (Air Force Version) Missile Systemshave been carried out from Advanced Light Helicopter (ALH) platform in desert ranges. The missile systems have been designed and developed indigenously by Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO).

‘Helina’ and ‘Dhruvastra’ Successfully  Tested

Five missions were carried out for evaluating the missile capabilities in minimum and maximum range.The missiles were fired in hover and max forward flight against realistic static and moving targets. Some missions were carried out with warheads against derelict tanks. A mission was carried out against a moving target from a forward flying helicopter.

The Helinaand Dhruvastra are third generation, Lock on Before Launch (LOBL) fire and forget Anti-Tank Guided Missiles that can engage targets both in direct hit mode as well as top attack mode. The system has all-weather day and night capability and can defeat battle tanks with conventional armour as well as with explosive reactive armour. It is one of the most-advanced anti-tank weapons in the world. Now, the missile systems are ready for induction.

Defence Minister  of India Shri Rajnath Singh congratulated DRDO, the Army and Air Force for the achievements. Secretary Department of Defence R&D and Chairman DRDO Dr G Satheesh Reddy appreciated the efforts of teams involved in the successful trials.

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Indian Navy Ship Pralaya Arrives in Abu Dhabi, UAE to participate in NAVDEX 21 and IDEX 21:  Indian Naval Ship Pralaya  arrived at Abu Dhabi, UAE to participate in the NAVDEX 21 (Naval Defence Exhibition) and IDEX 21 (International Defence Exhibition), scheduled from 20 to 25 February 2021.

 NAVDEX 21 and IDEX 21

INS Pralaya, the second ship of the indigenously built Prabal Class Missile Vessels, was commissioned in the Indian Navy on 18 December 2002. The 56 m long ship, displacing about 560 T is capable of speeds in excess of 35 knots and is fitted with an impressive array of weapons and sensors. These include a 76.2 mm medium range gun, 30 mm close range guns, chaff launchers and long range surface to surface missiles. The ship, built indigenously at Goa Shipyard Limited, bears testimony to capabilities of the Indian ship building industry and is a versatile platform capable of performing a wide variety of surface warfare missions.

Participation of INS Pralaya in NAVDEX 21 and IDEX 21, one of the leading international naval and defence exhibitions of the region, is aimed at showcasing the strengths of India’s indigenous ship building, in line with Hon’ble Prime Minister’s vision of ‘AtmaNirbhar Bharat’. In addition, participation of an Indian Navy Ship in NAVDEX 21 and IDEX 21 also highlights close relations between India and UAE.

Defence relations between India and UAE have been steadily growing since the upgradation of bilateral relations to a ‘Comprehensive Strategic Partnership’ during the visit of Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi, His Highness Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan in January 2017 as Chief Guest at India’s Republic Day celebrations. Towards enhancing interactions between the two navies, inaugural edition of Indian Navy – UAE Navy bilateral exercise GULF STAR – 1 was conducted in March 2018. The next edition of the exercise is likely to be conducted in 2021. In addition, Indian Navy ships have been making regular port calls at UAE for promoting maritime cooperation. INS Mysore, an indigenously built guided missile destroyer, mission deployed in the region, is also making a port call at Abu Dhabi, UAE from 19 to 22 Feb 21.

Deployment of Indian Navy ships to Abu Dhabi, UAE underscores deep rooted friendly ties and multi-faceted cooperation between India and UAE, and will further strengthen defence cooperation between the two countries.

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