The Haryana Staff Selection Commission has released the HSSC Lab Attendant Admit Card on September 24, 2018. The Lab attendant is one of the posts in the HSSC Group D. There are 162 vacancies in the post of Lab Attendant. The candidates are now able to download the admit card from the official website. The HSSC Lab Attendant examination is going to be held in on September 30, 2018.
To download the admit card, the candidates have to go the official website of HSSC. On the official website, they have to click on the advertisement 11/2017 on the main page. The candidates have to log in to the website using the login ID and password to download the admit card.
In case, candidates have forgotten their password then they can retrieve their password. They only need to click on “Forgot password” option. A page will open where the candidates have to select the choice of retrieval of the password. The candidates will be given two options to get the password which is by mobile number or login id.
If the candidates are still facing problems regarding the admit card or anything else, then they can click on the ‘Help Center’ button. A contact number will be shown. The candidates can reach to the authorities through this number and address their grievances.
The candidates must download the admit card and print it. The admit card will contain the information such as the name of the candidate, the test centre, date and time of the exam etc. They must keep the admit card in good condition till the examination is over. It must be noted that this is an important document which must be brought into the examination hall. If the candidate forgets to bring the admit card then he/ she will not able to appear in the examination.
The exam for the Lab Attendant post will be conducted on September 30, 2018. The test will be conducted in the offline mode. The exam will comprise of 100 marks. The advertisement for the HSSC Lab Attendant had released in the last year on December. The registration and the payment of the fees had been started in the month of January, this year.
The question paper will be divided into two parts. The first part which comprises 75% weightage will consist of Reasoning, Maths, Science, General Awareness, English. The second part will consist of History, Literature, Geography, Environment, Culture, Current Affairs, Civics of Haryana.