Those declared to have qualified the Preliminary Examination shall submit a fresh application form for admission to the Main Examination which will be made available to them separately after qualifying the Preliminary Examination. While filling up the application form for Main Examination, candidate may apply for appointment to all or any of the service / services / posts as advertised by the Commission and he / she will be considered for the service / post he /she applies for example if a candidate exercises his preference of services for one or two posts instead of all the posts, then his name will be considered only for the services for which he has exercised his preferences in his/her application form for Main Examination and his/her name will not be considered for rest of the services for which he/she has not given preference.
It is made clear that in case no order of preference is given in the application meant for Main Examination and all the column are left blank, then the appointment to the service / post shall be made strictly in order of merit in the following warrant of precedence:
(i) Haryana Civil Service (Executive Branch)
(ii) Deputy Superintendent of Police
(iii) Excise and Taxation Officer
(iv) Distt. Food and Supplies Controller
(v) 'A' Class Tehsildar
(vi) Assistant Registrar Co-operative Societies
(vii) Assistant Excise and Taxation Officer
(viii) Block Development and Panchayat Officer
(ix) Traffic Manager
(x) District Food & Supplies Officer
(xi) Assistant Employment Officer
Candidates are required to submit attested copies of
certificates (NOT ORIGINAL) with the application form for Main Examination which will be checked at the time of
Viva-voce (Interview / Personality Test). They should, therefore, ensure that they fulfil all the eligibility
conditions for admission to the Main Examination. Their admission to the Examination will also, therefore, be purely
provisional. If it is found at any stage that they do not fulfil all the eligibility conditions, their candidature will be
cancelled. If any of their claims is found to be incorrect
they may render themselves liable to disciplinary action by the Commission.
The documents which are to be attached with the application form (complete in all respect) for Main Examination should be in the following order:-
1. Proof of Date of Birth, (as per matriculation or equivalent academic certificate).
2. Certificate in support of educational qualification (graduation degree and mark sheet).
3. Proof of SC / BC-'A' & BC-'B'/ ESP (Eligible Sports Person) / ESM / DESM / PH (PwD i.e.Persons with Disabilities) category of Haryana only (certificate must be issued by the competent authority) for reservation of posts.
4. Proof of category if claiming relaxation in age/cost of application form.
5. Domicile of Haryana (for reserved categories & unmarried female of Haryana only).
6. NOC from present employer (if applicable).
7. Sheet of addresses.
8. Two coloured passport size copies (identical) of recent coloured photograph, duly signed on the front by the candidate. One of this should be pasted on the first page of the Application Form on the space provided for the purpose and another on Attendance Sheet attached with the Application Form. These photographs should be identical to that used with online application form.
Candidates belonging to reserved categories i.e. SC
/ BC-'A' & BC-'B' / ESP i.e. (Eligible Sports Person) / ESM / DESM / PH (PwD i.e. Persons with Disabilities) etc. should attach
the certificates in support of their claim of category at the time of applying for Main Examination. Those candidates
who do not submit such certificates shall not be entitled for
such claim and their application forms will be rejected out-rightly. The PH
(PwD i.e. Person with Disabilities) of
Haryana are required to produce a medical certificate from a Civil Surgeon,
certifying that the
applicant is PH (PwD i.e. Persons with Disabilities) (with atleast 40% or more disability) of Haryana and he/she is unfit for normal active work. The nature of handicap is also to be mentioned.
Provision for scribe to PH (PwD i.e. Persons with Disabilities) category candidates:-
If a PH (PwD) (Visual Handicapped) category candidate applies for any post and wants the help of a scribe to write his/her paper, he / she will have to apply to the Commission for the permission of a scribe separately well in time i.e. at least 10 days prior to the commencement of the Examination. The scribe should be upto 10+2 studying student and his/ her photo and other particulars should be duly verified by the Principal of the Institution in which the student is studying.
An extra/compensatory time @ 20 minutes per hour of the Examination will be allowed to the Physically Handicapped (Blind/Partially Blind or Locomotors Disability) candidates on production of a medical certificate issued by medical board constituted by the Chief Medical Officer of concerned district.
Using Scribe: The Physically Handicapped (Blind / Partially Blind / Locomotors Disability) candidates who wants the help of a Scribe to write his her paper will have to apply to the Commission for the permission of a scribe separately well in time i.e. at least 10 days prior to the commencement of the Examination. The scribe should be studying student upto 10+2 and his / her photo & other particulars should be duly verified by the Principal of the Institution in which the student is studying.
Not Using Scribe: Physically Handicapped candidates suffering from Locomotors Disability and do not want the help of a scribe, extra / compensatory time, will be allowed @ 20 minutes per hour for Examination on production of medical certificate issued by a Medical Board clearly stating that the candidate's writing ability is severally affected due to his / her handicapness.
The application should accompany all the required certificates duly attested by a Gazetted Officer or by a Magistrate under the seal of his office. Unattested Certificates will not be accepted. Original Certificates must be produced at the time of Viva-voce (Interview / Personality Test).
Candidates who are applying through their employer should submit the original copy of the application form as advance copy directly to the office of Haryana Public Service Commission so that it may reach the office of Commission in time to avoid rejection. A photo copy of the application form may be sent through the employer with NOC of employer, if required. If any candidate forwards his / her application form through his / her employer and it reaches the Commission's office late, the application, even if submitted to the employer before the closing date, will not be considered. Candidates should note that in case a communication is received from their employer by the Commission withholding permission to the candidates applying for / appearing in the Examination, their application will be rejected / candidature will be cancelled.
The persons already in Government service and employed in Public Sector Undertakings including Quasi Government organisations whether in permanent, Quasi permanent or temporary capacity should apply through their employers, and submit advance applications on the prescribed form direct to the Commission accompanied with required documents by the closing date to avoid rejection of their application. The application so submitted will be considered provisionally but the application form through their employer should ordinarily reach the Commission's office within a fortnight after the closing date. In cases where the application is not received through proper channel or if the application is received direct, the candidate will be interviewed only after if he / she produces the permission of his / her employer at the time of interview failing which he / she will not be interviewed.
If the employer's
permission is not furnished due to the fact that the candidate had resigned /
the service after sending the application form, the
candidate will be interviewed only if he / she produces a letter from the employer to the effect that he / she has resigned from this post
and his / her resignation has been accepted. The candidate who joins service under Government, Quasi Government
organisation, Public Sector Undertakings after
the submission of application will have to produce "NO OBJECTION
CERTIFICATE" from the
employer on or before the date of his / her interview, if required.
However, As per Government instructions no. 12/01/2018-2GS-1 dated 08.03.2018, the Haryana Government has decided that the competent authority may forward the application of such employees to the recruiting agency of the State after complying with the following parameters:
In case of recruitment relating to State of Haryana:-
a) Employees who have not executed any Bond with the State Government may be allowed to forward their application to State Recruitment Bodies without need of NOC from the department. In case of employees who have executed Bond with State Government (Viz. doctors) the NOC of HOD shall however be still required.
b) Recruitment bodies shall seek self-declaration of Government employee to the effect that the employee is not facing any disciplinary proceedings.
While filling the application form for Main Examination, the candidate should carefully decide about his /her optional subject (s) for the Main Examination. Optional subject (s) once opted cannot be changed at any later stage. More than one application from a candidate giving different optional subjects or any other information will not be accepted in any case. Even if a candidate sends more than one completed application, the Commission will accept one application at its discretion and the Commission's decision in the matter shall be final. If any candidate appears at a centre / optional subjects other than the one indicated by the Commission in his / her admission certificate, the paper of such a candidate will not be evaluated and his / her candidature will be liable to cancellation until and unless it is established that the error is on the part of the Commission.
Candidates recommended by the Haryana Public Service Commission will have to undergo a Medical examination before appointment to the post / service allotted to them. To be passed as medically fit for admission to the Haryana Civil Service (Executive Branch) and Other Allied Services, a candidate must be in good mental and bodily health and free from any physical defect likely to interfere with the efficient performance of the duties of his / her appointment.
A candidate who has opted for Deputy Superintendent of Police and is otherwise eligible for this post, has to undergo a medical examination as per specific requirement of the concerned service rules with the following physical standards as per Haryana Police Service Rules – 2002 which is as under:
5'7" (170.18 cm)
33'' (83.82 cm)
34 V2" (87.63 cm)
5'2" (157.50 cm)
-N / A-
-N / A-
(I) A candidate must be
(a) a citizen of India, or (b) a citizen of Nepal, or (c) a citizen of Bhutan, or Provided that a candidate belonging to categories (b) or (c), shall be a person in whose favour a certificate of eligibility has been given by the Government of India or by the Government of Haryana.
Age Limits: The candidates should not be less than 21 years and not more than 42 years of age on or before the first day of January next preceding the last date for submission of online application form. The age for the posts of DSP is given as below.
Age for the post of DSP:-
As per Haryana Police Service Rules - 2002, the candidate should not be less than 21 years and not more than 27 years of age. However, the relaxation in upper age limit for SC/ BC-AJ BC-B of Haryana will be upto 5 years and for ESM of Haryana the age relaxation will be available as given below in Column (iv)(a). For evidence of age, the candidates must furnish the matriculation certificate or equivalent academic certificate thereto wherein the date of birth of the candidate is clearly mentioned. The ex-military persons must furnish the discharge certificate indicating therein the date of entry and date of release from the military.
(i) Upper age limit is relaxable upto five years for the candidates belonging to the following categories:-
Scheduled Castes, Backward Classes-'A'& Backward Classes-'B', of Haryana only.
(ii) Upper age limit is relaxable upto 45 years for the candidates belonging to the following categories:-
a) Un-married female candidates of Haryana State only.
b) A Government servant, who is holding an appointment either in a substantive or officiating (excluding ad-hoc) capacity under the Haryana Government or the High Court or any Court subordinate thereto, shall be eligible to appear in the examination if he / she possesses a degree of Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Commerce or an equivalent degree of a recognised University, and has not attained the age of forty-five years and also has not less than four years service whether in a substantive or officiating (excluding ad-hoc) capacity under the Haryana Government or the High Court or any Court subordinate thereto, on or before the 1st day of January, next preceding the last date for the submission of application subject to a limit of three chances . Any candidate, who is eligible as mentioned above and wishes to appear in the examination shall submit his / her application in the prescribed form through the Head of his office to the Haryana Public Service Commission and shall also have to submit the relevant certificate with the application form.
(c) Women whose husbands have been ordered by civil/criminal courts to pay maintenance to them; women whose husbands have remarried; widows; women who are legally separated from their husbands or have been divorced; women living separately from their husbands for more than two years because of desertion; wives of serving disabled military personnel and widows of those who were killed in action. Women living separately from their husbands due to desertion will be required to submit with their application an affidavit to the effect that she has been deserted by her husband, and has been living separately from him for more than two years and this affidavit should be countersigned by two responsible persons such as members of the Legislature, Local Bodies including Panchayats and the Bar Association. However, where a woman who has re-married, she would not be eligible for the above concession in the matter of age.
Age relaxation for PH (PwD i.e. Persons with Disabilities) of Haryana:-
Upper age limit is relaxable for PH (PwD i.e. Persons with Disabilities) category candidates of Haryana by 10 years (15 years for SCs / BCs of PH (PwD i.e. Persons with Disabilities) of Haryana).