Instructions from Home Minister Anil Vij: While recruiting police officers, 20 per cent of questions will be on Haryana.

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Instructions from Home Minister Anil Vij: While recruiting police officers, 20 per cent of questions will be on Haryana.

Haryana: As per Home Minister Anil Vij’s instructions, twenty percent of the questions in the police recruitment exam will be asked in the context of Haryana in the coming period. Home Minister Anil Vij had objected to the recruitment and asked to include questions related to Haryana. After brainstorming the entire matter, LR has now agreed. In this way, twenty percent of Haryana-related questions will be asked in the police recruitment exam in the state in the coming period. Candidates who appear for the exam also benefit from this.

LR removed the Interior Minister’s objection

LR has agreed to overturn the Home Secretary’s objections to the recruitment process and questions. The new recruitment rules will be approved by the government in the next cabinet meeting. Home Minister Anil Vij had raised questions about the exam pattern for recruitment to posts like constables and sub-inspectors. He had expressed the need to amend the model and recruitment rules issued by the Home Ministry.

Candidates will be given relief on issues related to Haryana

Anil Vij said that the youth of the state will benefit if questions related to Haryana are included in the exam. It is noteworthy that the police recruitment proposal prepared by the Home Ministry was tabled in the Cabinet meeting on October 11 last year after receiving approval from the Attorney General’s Office and the LR. Now this proposal has been accepted, which means that the young people also have hope of finding a job.

Anil Vij had objected to the recruitment rules

As soon as Anil Vij reached the file containing the revised recruitment rules for police recruitment, he objected to it and said that questions related to Haryana were not included in the exam pattern for recruitment. The exam must contain questions based on Haryana. The file was then deferred until the next meeting. According to the Ministry of Interior’s recruitment rules, a physical aptitude test must first be carried out after candidates apply. Only those candidates who pass the physical test will be included in the written test.

The exam lasts 90 minutes and is graded negatively.

The written exam for police recruitment lasts 90 minutes and is graded negatively. A quarter of the points will be deducted for each incorrect question. All posts of constable are directly recruited while 50 per cent of sub-inspector posts are filled through promotion and 50 per cent of posts are filled through direct recruitment. The educational qualification for the constable is 12th and for the sub-inspector it is 12th. Candidates must pass the Common Eligibility Test (CET). A three percent advantage is given for the NCC certificate during recruitment. Socioeconomic criteria and PMT each receive two and a half points. The Interior Ministry clarified that the revised rules do not apply to special recruitment.

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