HSSC Canal Patwari Admit Card 2021 – Check Haryana Patwari New Exam Date

HSSC Canal Patwari Admit Card / Exam Date – The Haryana Staff Selection Commission has readvertised for the Canal Patwari recruitment and it will announce the new exam date for the selection of candidates very soon. An online computer-based test will be organized for the Patwari Examination. Thus the applicants will get the HSSC Patwari Admit Card from the website of the commission. As per the sources, the examination could be conducted 02 May 2021.

The board will notify the candidates of their examination date and Haryana Patwari Admit Card availability by sending a notification on their registered mobile number and email address. There will be no physical documents will be sent to the address of the examinees about any update of the written test or any other selection they have to log in to their online application account to check the status of all the documents released by the commission.

Update 07 July 2021 – The Patwari & Canal Patwari Exam will be organized on 11 December 2021 (Saturday)  and 12 December 2021 (Sunday) in Morning Session from 10.30 A.M. to 12.00 Noon (No Entry after 09.30 P.M.).

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Note – All Candidates who intend to appear in written examination be advised to get themselves vaccinated against Covid /Corona immediately and shall also bring a vaccination certificate.

HSSC Canal Patwari Admit Card

  • Name of the Commission – Haryana Staff Selection Commission (HSSC)
  • Department – Irrigation and Water Resources Department (IWRD)
  • Name of the Vacancy – Canal Patwari
  • No of Vacancies – 1100
  • Exam Date (Expected) – 2 May 2021
  • Admit Card Release Date – 10-15 days before the test
  • Job Area – Haryana
  • Official Website – hssc.gov.in

HSSC Canal Patwari Admit Card 2021 – What is this?

Candidates who have submitted their online application form for the vacancies of the Canal Patwari in Haryana will have to appear for a Computer Based Test (CBT) organized all across the state. To get entry to the examination center you will need a document called Admit Card which will be made available few days before the examination date. So it is mandatory for all the applicants to download the HSSC Canal Patwari Admit Card and carry it to the examination center.

The Canal Patwari candidates will get an appointment on the job under Irrigation and Water Resources Department generally called IWRD. All Canal Patwari is part of the State Cadre which means they can get posting anywhere in the state or can be transferred to any zone in the state. If you do not fit into the criteria for the selection of the Canal Patwari then it is advised that you should not apply for the recruitment or appear in the written test. As it will be a waste of time & resources for you and the commission as well.

What is the Date to download the HSSC Canal Patwari Admit Card 2021?

The commission has not released the confirmed examination date for the Patwari Examination but it is assumed that the examination will be held on 02 May so the candidates will be able to download their admit card after 24 April onwards. The Haryana Patwari Admit Card will be available within the application dashboard of the candidates where they have applied for the vacancies. There will be no separate distribution of the admit cards to the candidates through registered posts regarding the HSSC Patwari Admit Card examination.

  • To download the admit card you will need the Username & Password and URL of the website where you can access the document.
  • FOR the URL to download the click on the link given below or just enter www.hssc.gov.in.
  • Now Click on the Login button to access your account dashboard.
  • In the student account dashboard, you will see a link “Download Admit Card”
  • After clicking the link your admit card will be displayed on your device screen which you have to save and takeout a printout of it.
Official Website Download HSSC Canal Patwari Admit Card (Link will be activated after the release of the document)

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