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  • Written by Hrushikesh Vyas
  • Last Modified on 1-04-2024
  • Written by Hrushikesh Vyas
  • Last Modified on 1-04-2024

About Exam

About Exam

Exam Brief

The Haryana Staff Selection Commission (HSSC) will soon release the notification for the Sub Inspector recruitment. HSSC will publish the official notification at hssc.gov.in. As soon as HSSC releases the notification, interested candidates can visit the official website and fill their applications. HSSC conducts the recruitment to select candidates for Sub Inspector posts of Group C of the Police department.

The Haryana Police SI selection process involves a knowledge test, Physical Screening Test (PST), and Physical Measurement Test (PMT), followed by document verification. Last year, the Commission announced 400 vacancies for Sub Inspector (Male) and 65 vacancies for Sub Inspector (Female) posts. Continue to read the article to learn about the dates, eligibility, selection process, syllabus, exam pattern, etc.


Candidates can download the official brochure of the previous year’s Haryana Police SI Notification using the direct PDF link below:

Exam Summary

Before going into the details, let us have an overview of the HSSC SI recruitment below:

Particulars Details
Name of the Exam Haryana Police Constable Recruitment
Exam Conducting Body Haryana Staff Selection Commission
No. of Vacancies Not Yet Announced
Application Mode Online
Selection Stages Knowledge Test, Physical Screening Test (PST), Physical Measurement Test (PMT), Document Verification
Official Website hssc.gov.in


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Latest Update

  • The Haryana Police SI Notification 2022 will be released soon.

Trending News

  • The HSSC Police SI final result was declared on October 31, 2021.
  • The HSSC successfully conducted the Physical Standard Test (PST) for female candidates on October 13 and PST for male candidates on October 23, 2021.
  • The commission has also released the SI PST result on its website with the status, i.e., whether or not the candidates have passed the PST. The list includes the names of candidates who took PST. 

Exam Pattern

Exam Pattern

Selection Process

Candidates are to be appointed to the Sub Inspector (SI) post based on their performance in the following selection rounds:

  • Written Test
  • Physical Standard Test (PST)
  • Physical Measurement Test (PMT)

While HSSC appoints worthy candidates to SI posts, it will also consider additional qualification criteria and socio-economic criteria ands 100 objective type  experience.

Exam pattern details - Scoring pattern (+/- Marking)

It is essential to know and understand the exam pattern carefully. Once you are well-versed with the pattern, it will become easier to score well in the examination. The exam pattern gives you full details on the questions, the number of questions, the difficulty level, marks distribution, weightage, etc.

Candidates will be selected based on their marks scored out of 100. The detailed exam pattern of Haryana Police SI is mentioned below:

  • The knowledge test is of 80 marks and includes 100 objective-type questions, each for 0.80 marks.
  • The duration of the written exam is 1 hour and 30 minutes.
  • The exam is conducted bilingually, i.e., in both Hindi and English.

Exam pattern details - Total time

The duration of the written exam is 1 hour and 30 minutes.

Exam Syllabus

Exam Syllabus

Exam Syllabus

Make sure you are well aware of the entire syllabus of Haryana Police SI before you start your exam preparation. Detailed information on the syllabus will help you perform better. The syllabus may be vast, but you can efficiently complete it before your exam if you prepare it thoroughly and on time. 

The syllabus of Haryana Police SI is based entirely on General Knowledge. There are various subjects in this section:

General Studies

  • Indian History 
  • Indian constitution
  • State Administration 
  • Economical Situation 
  • Government Schemes 
  • Five Year Plan 
  • National Movements
  • Political Series of the Country

General Reasoning

  • Venn Diagram 
  • Coding and Decoding 
  • Blood Relations 
  • Input and Output 
  • Logical Reasoning 
  • Pattern 
  • Analytical Reasoning 
  • Syllogism
  • Statements and Conclusions

General Science

  • Scientific Methodology Concepts 
  • Space Science 
  • Biology 
  • Techniques and Physics 
  • Chemistry 
  • Technologies

Numerical Ability

  • Fractions 
  • Rate of Interest 
  • Mensuration 
  • Sums on Ages 
  • Time Work and Distance 
  • Decimals 
  • Ratio and Proportions 
  • Mixtures 
  • H.C.F., L.C.M
  • Profit and Loss
  • Discounts


  • Facts of Agriculture 
  • Fruits and Crops, Vegetables 
  • Irrigation and Damage 
  • Plantation and Deforestation
  • Crop Production 
  • Soil Fertility 
  • Horticulture 
  • Soil and Land 
  • Weed/Pests Control

Current Affairs

  • National and International Affairs 
  • Books and Authors 
  • Current Science
  • Sports, Technologies 
  • Important Dates and Events 

Other Relevant Fields/Trades

  • Basic Knowledge of the Computer

Study Plan to Maximise Score

Study Plan to Maximise Score

Preparation Tips

Students can find below the tips and strategies to score well in their exam. 

How to Score Well in Haryana Police SI Exam?

If you are looking for tips and tricks to secure a good score in HSSC Police SI Exam, you would be glad to know that Embibe has some practical tips for the same preparation that have worked out very well for candidates. Here are the best ways to score better in HSSC SI Exam:

  • Create a Study Timetable

Making a proper study timetable to plan your exam preparation is a must. This will help you give equal attention to all the subjects without missing out on any important topic.

  • Revise Everyday 

Make sure you revise every important topic you go through. However, it is even better if you revise the whole chapter once you are done reading it. A habit of daily revision will help you memorise quickly and effectively.

  • Practice Exercises 

We advise you to revise and practise for at least half an hour after you finish every topic. Remember, practice makes you perfect. Following this can improve your problem-solving skills, writing speed, and answer accuracy. Make sure to solve the exercises given in the NCERT textbooks and then move to the reference books by various authors and publications. 

  • Take Mock Tests

Taking mock tests will help you analyse your preparation and understand which topic you need to improve on more. Mock tests are designed in a way to help candidates be ready for the actual examination. These tests are in line with the latest syllabus and exam pattern. Solving Haryana SI predicted question paper also helps candidates to improve their preparation. 

  • Solve Previous Years’ Question Papers 

Solving previous year’s question papers will give you an exact idea of the question paper pattern.

Follow these preparation tips to pass the examination with flying colours.

Detailed Study plan

A detailed study plan is necessary while preparing for a government exam. Here are some tips for a detailed study plan:

  • Gather news/information from different newspapers to score well in the exam’s current affairs and general knowledge section.
  • Another critical strategy is first to solve the easy questions and then move to the ones you find challenging/tricky. 
  • Before finally appearing for the exam, make sure you have understood the pattern and the syllabus well.
  • Read each topic from the syllabus.
  • Try to thoroughly read all the questions in the paper before starting to attempt them.
  • Try not to attempt questions whose answers you are not sure about. If your answer is wrong, it will result in a negative marking. Unattempted questions are not considered for negative marking.

Books to Prepare From

Name of Book Author/Publication
10,000+ Objective MCQs With Explanatory Notes For General Studies Disha Publications
A Modern Approach to Logical Reasoning R.S. Aggarwal
A Modern Approach to Verbal and Non-verbal Reasoning R.S. Aggarwal
General Knowledge Manohar Pandey – Arihant Publications
Current Affairs – Events & Issues Prabhat Prakashan
Fast Track Objective Arithmetic Rajesh Verma – Arihant Publications
Numerical Ability – 18 Days Wonder KJS Khurana, Rajeev Markanday – S Chand Publications
General Science for Competitive Exams Disha Publications
Lucent’s General Science Lucent Publications

Haryana Police SI: Mock Test

When it comes to exam preparation, mock tests play a significant role. Candidates appearing for government exams must take mock tests at least thrice a week. They help you understand your strong and weak points, give you an exact idea of the question paper, and assist in improving your writing speed and problem-solving skills. Therefore, make sure you practise mock tests regularly to score good grades in the examination. Embibe’s mock test series are designed to prepare you for all aspects of the exam.

Important Dates

About Exam

Exam Notification Date

The Haryana Police SI exam for male and female candidates will be conducted soon. Take a look at the important dates for the Haryana Police SI recruitment below.

Exam Name Haryana Police SI
Haryana Police SI Exam To Be Announced
Admit Card To Be Announced
Morning Shift

Exam time: 9:00 AM to 10:30 AM
Reporting time: 7:00 AM
No entry: After 8:00 AM

Evening Shift Exam time: 3:00 PM to 4:30 PM
Reporting time: 1:00 PM
No entry: After 2:00 PM
Official Website hssc.gov.in

Application Process

About Exam

Dos and Donts of Form Filling

The Haryana Police SI application form will be released soon on the official website. The online application process is the same for Haryana Sub Inspector posts and Constable posts. Find the details on how to HSSC SI apply online below:

1st Step: First, visit the official website of HSSC. 

2nd Step: Now, go to the Haryana Police recruitment notification and click on the application link provided in the notification.

3rd Step: The candidate must fill in all the details carefully in the Online Application Form.

4th Step: Upload the signature, photograph, and other documents that are required in the prescribed format.

5th Step: Make the payment according to the payment options available. 

6th Step: Now, a ‘Registration Number’ and a ‘Password’ will be generated. Take a hard copy of the application form and e-challan for future reference.


  • Offline application forms are not accepted by the HSSC. All eligible candidates are required to HSSC SI apply online only through the link on the official website.
  • Ensure the accuracy of all the details and documents uploaded for the Haryana Police Recruitment application form.
  • Note that there is no facility for the application form correction window. If the submitted application form has an error, it is the candidate’s responsibility to fill out another application form with the correct details and then pay the application fees.

Required Documents for Haryana Police SI Application Form 

Here is the list of documents required to be submitted, along with the Haryana Police SI application form:

  • Scanned copies of important educational qualifications, date of birth, and other essential documents
  • SC/BCA/BCB/EWS/ESM/DESM/DFF certificate along with a Haryana domicile certificate issued by an authorised organisation
  • A scanned copy of the certificate claiming weightage/marks under socio-economic criteria and work experience
  • Scanned photographs duly signed by the candidates themselves
  • Scanned signature of the candidate

Haryana Police SI Application Fees

Candidates can pay the application fee through Net Banking or e-Challan. While filling out the application form, all applicants have to choose their mode of payment, i.e., Net banking or e-Challan. For fee payment through e-Challan, candidates need to visit the Punjab National Bank, the State Bank of India, or IDBI Bank and pay the fee in cash. In the table below, the application form fee (category-wise) is given for candidates of the Haryana Police SI exam:

Post Application Fee (Category-Wise)
Sub-Inspector 1. General Male/Female Other State – Rs. 150/-
2. General Female Haryana – Rs. 75/-
3. EWS/SC/BC Male – Rs. 35/-
4. EWS/SC/BC Female – Rs. 18/-

*The application fee paid is neither transferable nor refundable or adjustable.

Eligibility Criteria

Eligibility Criteria

Age Criteria

Before applying for the Haryana Police SI post, candidates should go through the eligibility criteria and meet the requirements to appear for the examination. In the table below, you will find the details of the eligibility criteria of the SI post.

Sub Inspector
Age Limit Educational Qualification
Candidates must be in the age group of 21-27 years to apply for Haryana SI posts. Candidates must have passed 10+2 or its equivalent from a recognised education Board/Institution for all the categories.
Matric with Hindi or Sanskrit as one of the subjects is compulsory.

Age relaxation for candidates who belong to SC, Backward, and EWS category:

Category Age Relaxation
Scheduled Castes (SC) 5 Years
Backward Class 5 Years
Economically Weaker Section (EWS) 5 Years

Education Qualification

Candidates must have passed 10+2 or its equivalent from a recognised education Board/Institution for all the categories. Matric with Hindi or Sanskrit as one of the subjects is compulsory.

Admit Card

Admit Card

Admit Card Release Date

The admit card for Haryana Police SI will be released 15-20 days before the written exam. Candidates can check the details or download the admit card from the official website of HSSC.


Cut off

Expected Cut-off

In the table below, we have added the expected cut-off marks for the Haryana Police exam for Sub Inspector. You can get an idea of how much you should score in the examination by referring to these marks.

Category Expected Cut-off Marks
General 57.65
SC 51.48
BCA 53.85
BCB 56.30
ESM General 44.20
ESM SC 28.15
ESM BCA 36.10
ESM BCB 44.20


Exam Result

Exam Result

Result Declaration

The candidates must be aware of the step-by-step procedure laid out in the following paragraph to check the Haryana Police SI result. By following these steps, no candidate will have any problem while checking their Haryana Police exam results.

1st Step: Firstly, go to the official website of HSSC, i.e., hssc.gov.in.

2nd Step: After that, click on the side menu and select the ‘Results’ tab on the homepage. Clicking on that will take you to a new page.

3rd Step: Now, from the list of the links provided, select the one which says ‘Haryana Police SI 2022’.

4th Step: Here, you will find the merit list and your result. The candidate can check their result and also download them for future reference.


Freaquently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

Some of the frequently asked questions regarding Haryana Police SI 2022 are listed below for your reference:

Q1. What are the maximum marks for the Haryana Police SI written exam?
A. The total marks for the Haryana Police SI written exam are 90.

Q2. Is there any negative marking in the Haryana Police SI exam?
A. No. There is no negative marking in the Haryana Police SI exam.

Q3. When will the Haryana Police SI registration begin?
A. The registration window for Haryana Police SI 2022 will be activated soon.

Q4. What are the minimum eligibility criteria for Haryana Police SI Recruitment 2022?
A. The candidate should have passed 10+2 or equivalent from a recognised education Board/Institution for all the categories, with Matric in Hindi or Sanskrit as subjects or higher education.

Q5. What is the selection process for Haryana Police SI Recruitment?
A. The selection process involves a Knowledge Test, Physical Measurement Test (PMT), Physical Screening Test (PST), and Document Verification.

Q6. Is the Haryana Police exam for SI difficult to crack?
A. No, candidates can crack the exam with good marks. However, candidates need to be ready for the test practically and theoretically using the Haryana Police previous year paper, exam pattern, syllabus, and exam-taking strategies added above.

Q7. What are the Haryana Police SI exam expected cut-off marks for General and SC category candidates?
A. The expected cut-off mark for the General category candidates is 57.65. For the SC category candidates, it is 51.48.

Job Profile & Salary

salary structuire

Post list & Vacancies

The Haryana Police SI vacancies for 2022 have not yet been announced. Candidates can refer to previous year's vacancies for more information.

Category-wise Haryana Police SI Vacancy Details 2021

Category Male Sub-Inspector Female Sub-Inspector
General 114 24
SC 72 12
BCA 56 9
BCB 32 5
EWS 40 6
ESM General 28 5
ESM SC 8 1
ESM BCA 8 11
ESM BCB 12 2
Total 400 65

Salary Structure

The primary responsibility of a Sub Inspector at the Haryana Police Department is to see whether law and order are maintained in the region or not. This comes under their jurisdiction, and SI must ensure intense surveillance on criminal or anti-social activities.

Haryana Police SI Salary: The salary package of a Sub-Inspector ranges between Rs. 35,400 and Rs. 1,12,400/-.

You have now been provided with all the details of the Haryana Police SI exam 2022. We advise all candidates to check the complete information and then apply for a relevant post at the earliest. Go through the recruitment details and prepare for the exam to be eligible for the post.

Once you have applied for the position, focus on preparing for the upcoming examination. As the syllabus for HSSC Police recruitment is similar to the SSC CHSL syllabus, you can take SSC CHSL Mock Tests. Taking these mock tests will help you with your initial level of exam preparation for Haryana Police SI recruitment.

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