Every year Himachal Pradesh Public Service Commission conducts Civil Services Exams across state. There are around 35-40 Thousand forms received by HPPSC from aspirants of HAS Exam. Out of which on an average 60% appears in PT. This article will help you to understand all about HAS exam.
10 times of total vacancy is called for mains written test and 3 times of total vacancy is called for interview.
To apply for this examination, you should must eligible in certain criteria, as we know that eligibility is an entry point in any examination.
There are three stages of selection process –
Number of vacancies are notified by HPPSC which remains around 20-30 for civil services. But only top 4-5 candidates are allotted Himachal Pradesh Administrative Service. Himachal Pradesh Police Service is second most opted choice among services.
PT is conducted in the month of June for which form and notification released by the Himachal Pradesh Public Service Commission, Shimla in the month of January.
PT exam has Two papers of 100 questions and 100 questions to be finished in two hours each.
These papers are named as
General Studies Paper II is a qualifying paper only with cut off score as 33%, the merit list is created solely based on score of GS Paper I.
Paper I is having Social Studies, Indian Economy, General Science, Current Affairs, Environment etc. The duration of exam remains two hours generally scheduled in the first half of the day (9 am – 11 am). Following is the syllabus provided by HPPSC for this paper.
Paper II has Comprehension and Aptitude. Its duration is also of two hours, scheduled in second half of the day. Syllabus provided by HPPSC:-
Paper I – Generally cut off marks for selection in PT remains between 50-55 percent. However we suggest you to aim at scoring 60 percent to play safe.
Paper II – It is a qualifying paper candidates need to score a minimum 33% marks in this paper to qualify.
After qualifying the Preliminary Examination candidates are allowed to go for mains exam which consist of two parts –
It consist of Eight paper and followed by a personality test (Total marks is 1750)
|Paper I||Essay writing||100|
|Paper II||General Studies Paper I||200|
|Paper III||General Studies Paper II||200|
|Paper IV||General Studies Paper III||200|
|Paper V||Optional Subject Paper I||100|
|Paper VI||Optional Subject Paper II||100|
The optional subjects are Geography, Agriculture, Chemistry, Economics, Law, Psychology etc.
Sub Total (Written test) 900 Marks
Marks of English and Hindi Language will not be counted, but they are qualifying with minimum of 40% marks individually and 45% aggregate. So total marks for Written exam will be 900 Marks Only
Candidate can give Interview in Hindi and English.
Grand Total 1050 Marks
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