The Haryana Civil Services Exam (HCS) is conducted by the Haryana Public Service Commission (HPCS).
For the HPCS examination, applicants for numerous positions in state offices must pass the HCS combined competitive test. The Haryana PCS syllabus has a significant impact. Candidates must pass all three stages of the Haryana PCS exam by studying the most recent exam pattern and curriculum for the HPCS exam.
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Haryana PCS 2022 Syllabus
Haryana Public Service Commission has prescribed the syllabi for the Preliminary Examination as well as Main Written Examination for the posts of Haryana Civil Service (Executive Branch) and Allied Services which is detailed in the section below:
HCS Prelims Syllabus
The HPCS prelims exam includes two objective-type question papers: General Studies and CSAT.
CSAT and General Studies make up the General Studies portion of the HPCS Prelims Exams (Civil Service Aptitude Test). Knowing the syllabus of Haryana PSC is very important. Preliminary exams include just objective questions. Additional information about Haryana PSC Syllabus 2022 may be found in the following sections:
Paper-I: General Studies
The general studies’ syllabus is further divided into the following topics:
- General Science.
- Current events of national and international importance.
- History of India and Indian National Movement.
- Indian and World Geography.
- Indian Culture, Indian Polity and Indian Economy.
- General Mental Ability.
- Haryana-Economy and people. Social, economic and cultural institutions and language of Haryana.
- Interpersonal skills, including communication skills
- Logical reasoning and analytical ability
- Decision-making and problem-solving
- General mental ability
- Basic numeracy (numbers and their relations, order of magnitude, etc.-Class X level), Data interpretation (charts, graphs, tables, data sufficiency etc. – Class X-level).
HCS Mains Syllabus
Paper I: English and English Essay
The purpose of this paper is to assess the candidate’s ability to read and comprehend significant discursive writing and communicate their thoughts clearly and accurately in English.
The pattern of questions would be broadly as follows:
- Precis Writing
- Comprehension of given passages
- Usage and Vocabulary
- General Grammar/Composition
Candidates will be required to write an essay on a specific topic. The choice of subjects will be given. They will be expected to keep closely to the subject of the essay to arrange their ideas in an orderly fashion and to write concisely. Credit will be given for effective, and exact expression.
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Paper-II: Hindi and Hindi Essay in Devnagri script
- Translation of an English passage into Hindi.
- Letter/Precis writing.
- Explanation of Hindi passage (prose and poetry) in the same language.
- Composition (idioms, correction etc.).
- Essay on a specific topic. The choice of subjects will be given.
Paper III: General Studies
The nature and standard questions in these papers will be such that a well-educated person will be able to answer them without any specialized study. The questions will be such as to test a candidate’s general awareness of a variety of subjects that will have relevance for a career in Civil Services.
- History of Modern India and Indian Culture – The History of Modern India, will cover the history of the country from about the middle of the nineteenth century and would also include questions on important personalities who shaped the freedom movement and social reforms. The part relating to Indian Culture‘ will cover all aspects of Indian culture from ancient to modern times.
- Geography of India – In this part, questions will on the physical, economic and social geography of India.
- Indian Polity – This part will include questions on the Constitution of India, the Political system and related matters.
- Current National issues and topics of social relevance – This part is intended to test the candidate’s awareness of current national issues and topics of social relevance in present-day India, such as the following: Demography and Human Resources and related issues. Behavioural and social issues and social welfare problems, such as child labour, gender equality, adult literacy, rehabilitation of the handicapped and other deprived segments of the society, drug abuse, public health etc. Law enforcement issues, human rights, corruption in public life, communal harmony etc. Internal Security and related issues. Environmental issues, ecological preservation, conservation of natural resources and national heritage. The role of national institutions, their relevance and the need for change.
- India and the World – This part is intended to test the candidate’s awareness of India’s relationship with the world in various spheres, such as the following:- Foreign Affairs External Security and related matters. Nuclear Policy. Indian abroad.
- Indian Economy – In this part, questions will be on the planning and economic development in India, economic and trade issues foreign trade, the role and functions of I.M.F. World Bank, W.T.O. etc.
- International Affairs and Institutions – This part will include questions on important events in world affairs and on international institutions.
- Developments in the field of science and technology, communications and space – In this part, questions will test the candidate’s awareness of the developments in the field of science and technology, communications and space and also basic ideas of computers.
- Statistical analysis, graphs and diagrams – This part will include exercises to test the candidate’s ability to draw common sense conclusions from information presented in statistical, graphical or diagrammatical from and to point out deficiencies, limitations or inconsistencies therein.
Optional Subjects for Main Written Examination
The optional subjects that are presently available are mentioned in the following section.
- Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Science
- Civil Engineering
- Commerce and Accountancy
- Electrical Engineering
- English Literature
- Hindi Literature (in Devnagri Script)
- Indian History
- Mechanical Engineering
- Medical Science
- Political Science and International Relations
- Public Administration
- Punjabi Literature
- Sanskrit Literature
- The candidates are directed to opt/ select only one optional subject out of the above 29 optional subjects, in which they want to appear in the Main at the time of filling the application form.
- It should be noted that no change in the optional subject so opted will be allowed at any stage.
By studying the most current HPCS test pattern and curriculum for the HPCS exam, candidates will pass all three phases of the HPCS examination.
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Frequently Asked Questions on about Haryana PCS Syllabus
How many optional courses are available in the Haryana Public Service Examination?
One optional paper will be included in the main written test according to the modification.
What is the process for becoming a PCS officer in Haryana?
Candidates applying for DSP must be at least 21 years old as of the first day of January of the year in which the test is to be administered before they may sit for it.
Is HPSC a simple exam?
It is considered one of the most rigorous tests, and everyone is interested in learning about the selection process.
What steps do I need to take to become a DSP in the Haryana police?
To become a DSP in the Haryana Police, a candidate must first pass the HCS exam, which the Haryana Public Service Commission administers, or join the police services via Union Public Service Commission test, which the Union Public Service Commission conducts.
When it comes to HCS, how many tries are there?
Students may try the test in their favourite language, and general applicants can attempt the exam up to six times.