The employees received relaxations in character verification norms issued by the government as part of the new appointment process

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The employees received relaxations in character verification norms issued by the government as part of the new appointment process

HSSC News. The Haryana government has significantly relaxed the process of character and background check of selected candidates before their first appointment to civil service. Chief Secretary Sanjeev Kaushal has written a letter to the administrative secretaries of the state, heads of departments including managing directors, chief administrators, departmental commissioners, deputy commissioners and registrars of universities.

The process must be completed in two months

The Chief Secretary in his letter has appointed the candidates recommended by the Haryana Staff Selection Commission and the Haryana Public Service Commission for appointments up to June 30, 2024, who will now be appointed on an interim basis without any pre-appointment character, antecedents and all for the appointment necessary documents must be checked. Can go. The letter further said that instructions have been given to complete the verification process including character, antecedents and all other necessary documents required for final appointment within two months of their interim appointment so that the selected employees do not have any Having trouble . Yes.

CET Group C result has been announced

Haryana SSC CET Group C result has been announced. On January 6th, the results of the aptitude test conducted on December 30th and 31st and on January 6th, 7th and 14th, 2024 based on the CET 2022 for the filling of 59 category C positions in all departments of the state government were announced .

The Supreme Court had banned it

The Punjab and Haryana High Court had stayed the recruitment process on Prashant Dhull’s application. The petition claimed that 32,000 jobs would be recruited in Group C. For this, the petitioner applied on the website, but his application was not registered. The Supreme Court then banned the publication of the result. After the hearing, the Supreme Court lifted the ban and cleared the way for 20,000 new positions to be filled.

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