Haryana SI Recruitments: 200 Protest Reviews for Some Aspirants Who “Wrong” Questionnaire

More than 200 candidates, who took the written exam to fill 465 vacant Deputy Inspector (SI) positions in Haryana on September 26, staged a protest outside the Personnel Selection Commission building. Haryana (HSSC), Sector 4, on Monday to demand proofreading for all applicants and not just those who showed up at three centers where a different set of questionnaires had been distributed “by mistake” on the day of the examination. exam.

The protesting candidates said they were very concerned that HSSC authorities would give selective people an unfair advantage during the review. So they wanted a re-examination of all the candidates. The candidates also alleged that the distribution of a different set of questionnaires was a deliberate error by the state personnel selection board.

The written exam for the SI position was held in nine districts and controversy erupted in three of them – Rewari, Faridabad and Gurugram. At least 1.07 lakh candidates took the exam on September 26.

On Monday, candidates from all over Haryana had started to gather in front of the HSSC building, sector 4, since morning, to demonstrate.

Sachin Pundir, 28, from Jind, said: “We got here at 11 am and entered the building. We have been informed that the chairman of HSSC, Bhopal Singh Khadri, will address us in about 20 minutes.

However, the president never came out to speak to us and instead left room in his car after a while.

Ravindra Kumar, 25, from Karnal, added: “There were questions that weren’t related to the topics and shouldn’t have been there. These were personal matters relating to individuals, which is unheard of. One of those questions was which MP’s father had recently passed away. These were personal questions that did not fall within the realm of general knowledge. Now, the HSSC has decided that the exams held in only three centers in particular (Center No. 78, Center No. 106 and Center No. 333), will be held again, which, according to the protesting candidates, is partial and absurd. .