Here is a big announcement for all the students who will attend the written examination of HSSC Gram Sachiv. This examination is conducted by the HSSC (Haryana Staff Selection Commission). This year, this written examination of Gram Sachiv of 9th and 10th January has been canceled.
This examination was held for Gram Sachiv’s 700 posts, but this examination is cancelled due to the claim of leaking question papers.
According to the notification of HSSC, the authority has declared on 16th of January in this year, that the written examination of 9th and 10th of January (Morning and evening shift), is declared as cancelled. HSSC Board is regrated for this sudden inconvenience.
This recruitment procedure was being held for filling 697 seats of Gram Sachiv that come under the Panchayet and Development Department of Haryana. This recruitment notification was declared in February of the previous year. This examination’s application procedure was started from 17th of March to the 2nd of March in the previous year.
As per the information of The Tribune, approx. Eight lakh applicants from the Haryana district have completed their examination in 2 shifts, which are the evening and morning shifts. Also, 697 posts of Panchayet Secretary for which this written examination is conducted by the HSSC board this year. However, we are sorry to say that this examination is no longer valid.
According to Dushyant Chautala’s declaration (the Honorable Deputy Chief Minister), it has been found by the knowledge of the government that almost all answers and question papers are visible on so many mobile devices in few private colleges along with some other institutions. Along with it, Mr. Chautala has also quoted that this is their endeavor that those applicants deserving for these posts are appointed only.
Although according to Mr Randeep Singh (the general secretary of Congress), cancellation of this written examination of Gram Sachiv is nothing but a foul play.
As per the basis of registering an FIR (News Source), an independent probe involved in this case is sought by Mr Surjwala. Almost 10 lakh people have seated in this examination, and the State Government will compensate only 5000 rupees.
Moreover, all the applicants are requested to wait for the next updates. We will inform you as soon as the HSSC board releases any notification. Till then, please stay with us.