Dinesh Bhardwaj /Tribune News Service
Chandigarh, 12 January
There will now be one-time registration for Group-C and D jobs in Haryana. The Haryana Staff Selection Commission will also conduct the Common Eligibility Test for both these group jobs once a year. Repeated written examination will not have to be made for these recruits. The examination once given will be valid for three years. On Tuesday, on the occasion of Swami Vivekananda Jayanti, CM Manahar Lal Khattar launched the one-time registration web portal of the commission. The portal has been opened to the youth and they will be able to register by 31 March. CM made another big announcement, saying that the government has changed the rules of permanent residential certificate. Till now, domicile certificates were made only for the families living in Haryana for 15 years. The government has reduced this time to 5 years. That is, people of another state who have been living in the state for the last 5 years will be able to become permanent citizens of the state. The youth of other states will also be able to apply for the recruitment of Group C and D done by the Commission. For this, they will get a temporary ID and based on this they will be able to apply.
Commission Chairman Bharat Bhushan Bharti, CM Chief Principal Secretary DS Dhesi, Chief Secretary Vijay Vardhan, CM Principal Secretary V Umashankar and senior IAS Vijayvendra Kumar were present on the occasion. The CM clarified that the recruitments currently being made by the Commission will continue as before. Recruitment of future jobs will be done according to the portal.
10th and 12th pass students will be able to register
CM said that 10th and 12th pass students will be able to register for Group C and D recruitment. There will also be no restriction on registration of people with higher education.
Not only this, the students appearing for the 10th and 12th exams will also have to register themselves this year. After the results of the exam, he has to update on the web portal. On a question, the CM said that the Common Eligibility Test can be conducted in June. In addition to the merit list in Group D recruits, the youth of the economically weaker section will get an additional benefit of maximum 10 marks. There is a maximum limit of 5 points in the recruitment of Group-C. For example, a house which does not have a single government job will get 5 marks. Similarly, widows and candidates who do not have the shadow of a father on their head will also get the facility of 5 additional marks. The Group-D Common Eligibility Test will be valid for three years. During this period, if there is any recruitment of Group-D, then the test pass will be selected from the youth according to the merit list. The merit list will be available on the portal. Similarly, there will be a separate Common Eligibility Test for Group-C. Its recognition will also be for three years.
The CM said that the candidates appearing in the merit by passing the Common Eligibility Test for Group-C jobs will also have to pass the exam decided by the department. Non-gazetted teachers have also been included in this Group-C Common Eligibility Test. They will also have to pass the teacher eligibility test. On a question, the CM said that up to 30 posts in any job will be included up to five times the merit candidates.
If the number of posts is up to 50, then 200 candidates and more than 50 candidates three times will be included in the recruitment. The CM said that for one time registration, the applicants of the general category will have to pay a fee of Rs 500 and reserved classes Rs 250. In order to improve oneself, if any youth wants to take the Common Eligibility Test again, he will have to submit the fee again. All the youths who will get jobs through the portal, then their name will be automatically cut from the portal.
Hence the decision taken
The CM said that the BJP had announced the Common Eligibility Test in its ‘Sankalp Patra’ in the 2019 assembly elections. This decision also had to be taken because the recruitment of the Staff Selection Commission took a lot of time. Commission recruitment whether for 50 posts or for 50 thousand. The number of application forms used to reach 10 lakhs. In such a time, there was a lot of cost in their retrenchment and examination and time was also taken. Now once a year after the Common Eligibility Test, there will be no need to give the test for Group C and D jobs for the next three years.
How to get job
Registration has started on the portal of the Commission from Tuesday itself. During registration, the youth will have to upload all the certificates along with their qualifications as well as experience. The Commission has linked the portal with the State Government Family Identity Card (PPP). Those who do not have family identity cards, they must first get them made. PPP contains all types of information, including all family members, their age, qualifications and occupation. When any department or board-corporation writes to the commission for jobs, the commission will make public the information of jobs on this portal. The concerned youth will be able to apply directly by clicking on it. After this, the commission will invite the youth involved in the merit according to the number of jobs. Direct selection for Group-D will be done and the youth selected for Group-C will be sent information for departmental examination.
Portal will remain fully public
This portal of the selection commission will remain fully public. Anyone can see how many youth have registered for Group C and D jobs and what their qualifications are. Common eligibility test results will also be available on the portal. Similarly, the critical area of the panel for jobs will also be public and its results will also be on the portal of the Commission. The complete information of which score card of which youth is there and how many numbers he has got will be available.
Paper will not be checked again and again
On this occasion, the chairman of the Haryana Staff Selection Commission, Bharat Bhushan Bharti said that till now, for the recruitment for which applications were invited, everyone had to take a test. For this, the youth also had to deposit fees again and again. Do not have to register again and do not have to pay the fees, so have decided to single registration and common eligibility test. Bharti said that CM had been working on it for the last three-four years. This formula was taken out after contemplation and brainstorming. Now the commission will not have to check the documents again and again. This process will take less time and will not cause any difficulty.
You can apply till this age
The maximum age limit for general classes for entry in government jobs in Haryana has been fixed at 42 years. This is for general classes. Similarly, youth from reserved classes including Scheduled Castes, Backward Classes, Ex-Servicemen can apply for jobs till the age of 47 years. Apart from women, the age limit has also been increased to 47 years for the economically backward classes.