Haryana Police ASI result 2017 HR police: The notification for the large number of vacancies has been announced by the Haryana Police Department recently. So very high numbers of candidates grab this opportunity and appeared in the examination and are now eagerly waiting for the Haryana Police ASI results 2017. The results will be displayed on the official site of Haryana Police Department i.e. and the appeared aspirants can view their Haryana state police ASI results online. The merit list and cut- off marks will also be available online on the official site www.hssc.gov.in.
Haryana Police ASI result 2017
The Haryana Police Department came into existence after separation from Punjab in 1966. The leadership of Haryana Police Department lies in the hand of DGP (Director General of Police). The Haryana Police Department is committed to their duties and responsibilities, dedicated and devoted to provide their citizens best law and order, corruption free administration in the state, preventing the crimes in the state. The eager and interested candidates who want the government job in the Police Department, it’s the great opportunity for them as the notifications has been released by the Haryana Police Department regarding the vacancies.
- The applicants will have to first visit the official site of Haryana Police Department, i.e. hssc.gov.in.
- After visiting the official site, applicant will have to search the Link for the “Result” of Assistant Sub – Inspector of Police.
- After going to the link of Haryana Police ASI result, it will be displayed on the computer screen.
- The result will be available in the PDF format; the aspirants will have to first download it.
- The candidates must match their Roll No. with the result displayed on the screen.
- The most important thing is for the applicants are to take the print of the hard copy of the Haryana Police ASI result 2017 for references in the future.
Wish you all the Good Luck and the passionate candidates who want to serve their state it’s a golden chance for them to work in a well-organized police department.