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HSSC CET Recruitment 2022: Amidst the ruckus created by the unemployed across the country regarding the Agneepath scheme, different announcements and gifts are going on in different states. Meanwhile, big recruitment has started in another state. This recruitment process is to fill a total of 26,000 vacancies in various government departments of the state, so what is the delay, let us know in detail-

Haryana Staff Selection Commission (HSSC) has invited recruitment applications for 26 thousand Group C posts in various departments, boards, corporations and universities. For appointment to these posts, candidates will have to undergo Common Eligibility Test (CET). The last date to apply for HSSC Vacancy is July 08, 2022. Interested candidates can apply for HSSC CET Exam 2022 at the official website onetimeregn.haryana.gov.in.

Haryana SSC CET Recruitment 2022: How to apply?

  • Step 1: Firstly candidates visit the official website onetimeregn.haryana.gov.in.
  • Step 2: Click on the link ‘HSSC CET Registration’ available on the home page.
  • Step 3: First register yourself then fill the application form.
  • Step 4: Enter the required details and documents in the correct size.
  • Step 5: After that pay your application fee and save the receipt.
  • Step 6: Before submitting, go through the application form.
  • Step 7: Also take a print out of the same for future reference.

HSSC CET Recruitment 2022: If this happens then you will not get a second chance

Candidates should note that the application form will not be accepted if the required documents are not uploaded in the size prescribed by the commission. The last date for confirmation of application fee is July 13, 2022. As per the official notice, applicants who have already registered can update or make corrections in their application form on the official website. After the last date, no more chance will be given for registration or update.

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