HPSSC Laboratory Assistant (Digital Forensics) Post Code: 855 Screening Test Result 2022


Screening Test Result of HPSSC Laboratory Assistant (Digital Forensics) Post Code: 855 – 2022

Himachal Pradesh State Selection Commission today declared the result of Written Objective Type Screening Test for the recruitment of 01 post { Gen(UR)-01} of Laboratory Assistant (Digital Forensics) (on contract basis) Post Code: 855 held on 14.08.2021 as per the award list and ratio approved (1:3/1:4) by the Hon’ble Commission. The requisition to fill up this post was received from the Director Forensics Services, HP Shimla and advertised vide advertisement No. 36-3/2020
dated 21.09.2020. In response to this advertisement, 519 applications were received out of which 426 applications were provisionally admitted.

The Written Objective Type Screening Test was held on 14.08.2021 in which 58 candidates appeared and 368 candidate remained absent. Out of total 58 candidates appeared, the following 04 candidates have been provisionally shortlisted for
further selection process. 15 marks of evaluation of the shortlisted candidates will be conducted on 22nd January, 2022 at
9:30 AM in the premises of the HP State Selection Commission, Hamirpur. They are directed to bring all original Essential Qualification related documents.

HPSSC Laboratory Assistant (Digital Forensics) Post Code: 855 Screening Test Result 2022

15 marks of evaluation related documents, set of self attested copies of all documents, one ID proof and copy of downloaded application Form. In case a candidate does not appear for evaluation process on the day fixed for evaluation he/she will not be considered for further selection process and no further opportunity will be given thereafter. The Roll number wise detail is given above and also available on the official website of the HPSSC, Hamirpur (http://www.hpsssb.hp.gov.in). While every care has been taken in preparing the result, possibility of inadvertent / technical error cannot be ruled out. The Commission reserves the right to rectify the same later on.

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