Civil Services, Banking Jobs, Admission Alerts and Guidance Portal

Monday, April 27, 2009

HCS 2009 Prel Exam

Last Sunday on 26th April 2009 there was a Prel Exam of HCS 2009 and the security checks are so severe that candidates are thinking are they going to take papers or casting a vote in the sensitive area. There were metal detectors at each centre along with that there was a videography of all the candidates four times in two papers. Well the need arises of such a historic security because of the charges HPSC was facing in the last few years and candidates are talking more about the fairness of the selection rather than the papers.


neeraj said...

Hi Naresh.. I agree.. the exam went off under tight security.. but the enthusiasm seemed to have faded during the second paper, when the police walas seemed to be passing their time listening to radio.. anyways.. as candidates, it seemed to generate lot of faith in the system.. but im assuming that this publicity gimick of the haryana govt of conducting exams in all fairness may not go down too well...

Anyways.. any idea how was the exam and what will be the possible cut off?

yogesh said...

Exam was a bit easy that's why i think, the cut-off will be in b/w 50-55%

Dr Naresh Jhajharia said...

one interesting piece of information abt HCS :

Dr Naresh Jhajharia said...

A Tribune Investigation
HCS exam results in the eye of storm
Many UGC, JRF scholars fail to get even 20 per cent
in subjects of specialisation
Aditi Tandon
Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, February 24
Haryana Civil Services (HCS) exams, already a bone of contention between the Election Commission and the present government, have again come in sharp focus. The recently declared results of HCS (executive) and allied services have defied logic, with several toppers holding important academic positions in universities/colleges failing to manage even 20 % marks in their optional subjects, also their subjects of specialization.

In some cases, candidates with brilliant past records have scored poorly in their optionals, casting aspersions on the process of marking for HCS exams, held at a record speed last year.

The most glaring case is that of candidate Vishal Chauhan who missed a top slot by a few marks. He would have been an HCS top ranker had he not failed in Hindi (compulsory) and that too by three marks! A candidate who cleared UPSC main exams three times with Hindi as a language paper has strangely failed to clear the same paper in HCS exam.

With such discrepancies coming to light, candidates are already calling for an independent probe to clear the suspicion that shrouds the marking process. They are also planning to seek judicial recourse. Further, it needs to be explained how UGC/JRF scholars with brilliant academic/ service records have fared “poorly” in their subjects of specialization.

Investigations have revealed cases which make an objective observer sit up and question the marking procedure. One candidate who is a UGC/JRF scholar and has been taking PG classes in public administration for three years at a reputed Haryana university has scored just 19 % marks in the said optional.

Another MA, MPhil from JNU Delhi has scored less than 24 % in a subject with which he earlier cleared UPSC’s Civil Services (Main) exam. There are two cases in which brilliant students have failed in Hindi compulsory despite scoring well in other papers.

Hemant Gupta, one of the potential candidates, has failed in Hindi. He scored just 24 out of 100. He has already applied for rechecking. Jagdeep Singh, who cleared UPSC main exams with Law thrice and with Public Administration once, has scored 20 % in Public administration this time.

Several other rejected but “potential” candidates have been crying foul blaming HPSC’s system of directed marking for their fate. The system involves setting up of examiners’ panels. The unprecedented speed at which the HPSC went about declaring the HCS mains results and conducting interviews last year has also raised doubts about the efficacy of the selection procedure.

For the first time, two separate boards were set up to interview 350 candidates between December 13 and 17 last year. Further, while main exam results were declared on December 9, physical test was scheduled for December 11. Many candidates received the said intimation after the interviews were held. Also under the scanner has been the role of former HPSC chairman who was reportedly managing INLD’s election rallies in UP while holding a constitutional post. After relinquishing his charge, he was election in charge for the Chief Minister at Narwana. His wife is presently a member, HPSC.

Dr Naresh Jhajharia said...

All 9 HPSC members suspended
HPSC’s ‘mistake’ helps one, harms another
HPSC gets 4 new members
Charges Against Suspended HPSC Members

Dr Naresh Jhajharia said...

HCS Recruitment Scam
HPSC has murdered the system: HC

manish tushir said...

i need hcs pre papers could u please help me out

i searches everywhere but couldn't find the link

if possible please send me the links

my id

thanks anyway

Unknown said...

hope fairness wins over politics

raj rani said...

i want to attend pre exam of hcs.plz give me detail on my id-

Mandeep Singh said...

hi i hear that we are able to give hcs exam in optional languages like Persian,French& Urdu can it is possible

Anonymous said...

i want to know all about HCS u please help me out. qualification, nd syallabus nd exam date plz tell. if possible plz send me the links on my id.
my id is

thanx nd i m waiting........

HCS aspirants said...

dear sir,
if u have hcs pre paper of history and pub.adm
kindly arrange this, i shall be highly thanfull to you. my mail id is

Devender Dutt Gaur said...

sir,kindly arrange pre paper of gs &LAW option

Anonymous said...

hi there
is there any key to success in hcs??shocked to hear irregularities in hcs 2009.i wrote mains but of no use..

Anonymous said...

Please provide hcs mains mathematics paper 2009. My email I'd

Post a Comment

Blog Widget by LinkWithin
©2000-2011 : Powered by Blogger.

© 2013 Competition Exam : Knowledge Portal, All Rights Reserved.