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Haryana Civil Services Prelims Result 2021: Haryana Public Service Commission has released the result of Civil Services Prelims exam on the official website hpsc.gov.in.

HPSC Prelims Exam Result has been released.

Haryana Civil Services Prelims Result 2021 Released: State Public Service Commission, HPSC has released the result of Haryana Civil Services Prelims Exam (Haryana Civil Services Result 2021). The exam was held on 12 September. “The number of qualified candidates is twelve times the total number of vacancies,” the commission said in an official notice. The commission has informed the candidates who have cleared the pre examination, “These candidates have qualified for the main written examination of HCS (Ex BR) and other allied services examination subject to fulfillment of all eligibility conditions.”

Check Haryana Civil Services Result 2021 from this direct link

Candidates can check their result by clicking on the direct link given below.
Haryana Civil Services Result Direct Link

Check HPSC Civil Services Result 2021 with these steps

step 1: Candidates visit the official website upsc.gov.in.
Step 2: Click on the result link given on the website.
Step 3: Now a PDF will appear on your screen.
Step 4: Search your roll number in it.
Step 5: If your roll number is in it, then you have passed.
Step 6: You can save this PDF by clicking on the download button.

The commission had said that the HPSC prelims exam was conducted amid tight security. Jammers were installed at all the centers to block the mobile signal. For the convenience of the candidates, luggage storage facilities were also provided at the centres. Apart from this, police arrangements were made near the examination centers to maintain law and order. Senior officers of the district administration have been appointed as flying squad officers for regular checking of the centres.

A total of 1,48,262 candidates had applied for the advertised posts, which is the highest ever for this exam. 535 examination centers were set up by the commission in 13 districts of the state – Ambala, Faridabad, Gurugram, Hisar, Kaithal, Karnal, Kurukshetra, Panchkula, Panipat, Rewari, Sirsa, Sonipat and Yamunanagar.

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