Importance of Haryana Police Constable Mock Test Series
Attempting a mock test series is a very important part of Haryana Police Constable Exam preparation. It helps in the following manner:
1. Mock Tests give you an idea about the exam
Online sites provide a lot of information about the structure and pattern of an exam. However, simply knowing the pattern is not sufficient. When you sit for a mock test, you will be able to grasp how each section of the paper is structured.
2. Mock tests lead you to understand your weaknesses
We all have our weak points. Through mock tests, you will be able to identify your weaknesses and work on them. They will show you which section you are struggling with or which part of the syllabus is taking up time.
3. Strategize with Mock Tests
You can craft a strategy once you have a better grasp of your weaknesses and knowledge of the syllabus. Analyze your mistakes to figure out how they could have been avoided. You can perfect your strategy by trial and error, and mock tests allow you to do that.
4. You can come up with new tricks and tips
Additionally, mock tests will help you create your own techniques and tricks to help you solve problems faster, or you may have already learned the tips and tricks, and mock tests will teach you how to apply them.
5. Mock tests help improve your speed
A key challenge of the Haryana Police Constable Exam is the time constraint. In a short amount of time, you have to jot down answers to many questions. This is where mock tests can help. By practicing, you can improve your speed and accuracy.
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- Mock Tests are available in HINDI and ENGLISH both.
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Haryana Police Constable Exam Eligibility Criteria
The selection for the post of constable in Haryana Police will be done in the following steps:
Stage 1: Written/ Online Exam (80% Weightage)
Stage 2: Physical Screening Test
Stage 3: Physical Measurement Test
Stage 4: Additional qualification (10% weightage)
Stage 5: Miscellaneous (10% weightage)
Written/ Online Exam
All candidates shall have to undergo a Knowledge Test of eighty (80) marks comprising objective type, multiple-choice questions.
Physical Screening Test (PST):-
(a) Candidates, equalling seven (07) times the number of vacancies in each category shall be declared to have qualified for the Knowledge Test (KT).
(b) The candidates who have qualified in Knowledge Test shall be put to a Physical Screening Test, which would be only qualifying in nature, to judge their physical fitness and endurance.
Physical Measurement Test (PMT):-
(a) The candidates who have qualified for the Physical Screening Test shall have to undergo the Physical Measurement Test as per standards prescribed in Appendix-B of Haryana Police (Non-Gazetted & other ranks) Service Rules, 2017, as amended from time to time.
Additional qualification: (10% weightage):-
All candidates who have qualified for the Physical Measurement Test shall be called for scrutiny of documents. All other candidates shall stand eliminated from the further process of selection.
(b) For Constable:- Education (maximum 07 marks): Candidate with higher education i.e. with Graduate degree in any stream from a recognized University shall get four (04) marks, while a candidate with Post Graduate degree in any stream from a recognized University shall get additional three (03) marks.
(c) NCC Certificate (maximum 03 marks): Candidates having NCC certificate of A, B or C level shall get 01, 02 and 03 marks respectively (for constables ).
Miscellaneous (10% weightage):-
(i) Five (05) marks shall be given if neither the applicant nor any person from among the applicant's father, mother, spouse, brother, and Son is, was or has been a regular employee in any Department/Board/Corporation/Company/Statutory Body/ Commission/Authority of Government of Haryana or any other State Government or Government of India.
(ii) Five (05) marks shall be given if the applicant is:-
- a widow; or
- the first or the second child and his father had died before attaining the age of 42 years: or
- the first or the second child and his father had died before the applicant had attained the age of 15 years,".
(iii) Five (05) marks will be given, if the applicant belongs to such a denotified tribe (Vimukt Jatis and Tapriwas Jatis) or Nomadic tribe of Haryana which is neither a Scheduled Caste nor a Backward Class.
(iv) Maximum of Eight (08) marks have been kept for experience as an adhoc or contract employee. One-half (=0.5) mark for each year or part thereof exceeding six months of experience, out of a maximum of 16 years, on the same or a higher post in any Department, Board, Corporation, Company, Statutory Body, Commission, Authority of Government of Haryana.
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