HSSC Clerk Exam Analysis: The Haryana Staff Selection Commission has began conducting the recruitment examination for HSSC Clerk 2016. The examination is being held for 4,425 Posts at the clerical level and candidates need to crack the entire recruitment process in order to secure the final selection.
Here is our detailed paper review of the HSSC Clerk Recruitment Examination held on 13th November 2016.
HSSC Clerk Exam Analysis: 13 November 2016
A large number of aspirants have applied for HSSC Clerk 2016 and hence the it was decided to conduct the paper in a total of 10 shifts, distributed among 5 days. The HSSC Clerk Exam Dates are as follows:-
- 13th November 2016
- 20th November 2016
- 27th November 2016
- 04th December 2016
- 11th December 2016
As said above, there are two shifts each day. Here is a detailed Analysis of HSSC Clerk Exam Conducted on 13th November 2016 held in the morning shift.
The Government of Haryana has always been very straight forward when it comes to the difficulty level of Examination. Even this year, the difficulty level of HSSC Clerk 2016 was Moderate and questions asked were pretty straight forward.
For better understanding, here is the distribution of questions for various sections of the paper.
Let us try and understand the paper at a deeper level with the help of section-wise exam analysis of HSSC Clerk Recruitment Examination 2016, held on 13th November.
HSSC Clerk Exam Analysis of General Knowledge Section
This section had a total of 30 questions distributed along various topics be it History, Polity, Economy and more.
Difficulty level of G.K. questions were pretty moderate and anyone with an average understanding of G.K. can score more than 20 questions.
HSSC Clerk Exam Analysis of Haryana G.K. Section
Questions based specifically on Haryana came as a surprise to everyone. No one expected that there will 18 questions out of 100 specifically from Haryana G.K.
HSSC Clerk Exam Analysis of Science Section
There were a total of 9 questions distributed along Physics, Chemistry and Biology as follows
To sum up HSSC Clerk Exam Analysis, here are a few more points to ponder upon.
- There were 9 questions based on Current Affairs and only National Level Current Affairs were asked.
- Mathematics and Reasoning had 10 and 9 questions respectively. Difficulty level of the questions was too easy even from a clerk exam perspective.
- There were no questions from World History, World Economy, or Current Sports Events.
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