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MAH- B.Planning CET Result 2022: How to check marks on | Competitive Exams
Haryana CET result: The Haryana CET result has been published. Candidates can view the Common Eligibility Test results by going to the HSSC’s official website, On the 5th and 6th of November, approximately 7.5 lakh young people took the Haryana CET exam. About 11.35 lakh state youths applied for this recruitment exam. With the announcement of CET results, the recruitment process for 28,000 Group C positions will begin. Because the exam was held in more than one shift, the marks have been normalised. The cutoff is also available in normalised marks.

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The cut off of normalized marks out of 95 (excluding the benefits of socio economic marks) is as follows ,
General Category – 47.50 and above i.e. 50 percent and above.

Reserved Category – 38.00 and above i.e. 40 percent or more.

It may be noted that a few days back, Haryana CM Manohar Lal Khattar had said that 40,000 Group C posts will be recruited. He had said that the Group C result is going to be declared soon. About 40 thousand posts of Group C will be advertised after the results are out. Apart from this, CET exam will also be conducted soon for the recruitment of Group D posts and around 17 to 20 thousand posts will be recruited. The Chief Minister said that the validity of CET exam is 3 years. CET exam will be conducted every year, any candidate who wants to improve their marks can also re-appear in the exam.

CET for recruitment to Group D posts in February

The CET for recruitment to Group D level posts in the Haryana government may be held in February. According to media reports, 20 thousand posts can be recruited through this. Group D recruitment will be done on the basis of merit made of CET score.

Apart from the four options, a fifth option was also added in the answer to the question in the CET exam. Not-tempted was written in this fifth option. If the four answer options were not filled, the fifth option was to be filled. There was no negative marking in CET. Candidates who did not fill even the 5th option, 0.95 marks were deducted for each question left unfilled.