HSSC Clerk Result 2019: Scores Out Now on Official Website at hssc.gov.in

HSSC Clerk Result 2019: The Haryana Staff Selection Commission (HSSC) on Thursday announced the results as well as the merit list for HSSC Clerk Examination 2019. Candidates who appeared for the exam can check their scores by visiting the official website of HSSC – hssc.gov.in.

The HSSC Clerk Exam 2019 was conducted from September 21 to September 23 for the recruitment of candidates against 4858 vacancies. Notably, those who qualify in the written exam have to appear for document verification on the date announced by the commission.

Follow the steps to check your HSSC Clerk Result 2019:

Step 1: Visit the official website of HSSC, i.e., hssc.gov.in.

Step 2: Click on the ‘Public Notice’ link.

Step 3: On the new page, click on the link for HSSC Clerk Result 2019.

Step 4: A PDF file will open with the list of shortlisted candidates. Find your roll number on the list.

Step 5: Download it and take a print out for future reference.

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Haryana: Teacher Blackens Face of Class IV Girl For Poor Performance in English Test; Protest Erupts

New Delhi: A huge brawl erupted at a private school in Hisar district of Haryana after a teacher blackened the face of a nine-year-old Dalit girl and paraded her inside the school for performing not well in English test.

Reports claimed that the enraged father of the student has demanded the  school to be closed as it allowed such an incident to take place. Besides, he has also filed an FIR against the school and the teacher.

“My daughter got less numbers in a test held on December 6. A teacher painted my girl’s face with black colour. She was made to go around the school and embarrassed. I demand the administration to close the school. She is in Class 4 and even if she did not know the answer of the question, they should not have done that,” the girl’s father, a labourer stated.

The teacher reportedly used black sketch pen to blacken the face of the girl and made the students shout “shame, shame” at her. Other students at the school have also made similar complaint against the teacher.

“A complaint was filed that a girl’s face was blacked. We are taking action,” police officer Jagjit Singh said, ANI reported.

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Incidents of bribery in India reduced by 10% since '18

People in Delhi, Haryana, Gujarat, West Bengal, Kerala, Goa and Odisha reported low instances of corruption, while Rajasthan, Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, Telangana, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Jharkhand and Punjab had higher occurrences of corruption.

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Why stubble burning will continue to choke NCR

To prevent rise in air pollution levels, oil marketing companies and thermal power units were planning to procure stubble from farmers to make bioethanol and promote the central government’s ‘Agricultural Mechanization’ for crop residue management. But both have seen minimal success.

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Green firecracker norms may rob Sivakasi's sparkle

Some experts opine that green crackers are yet not practical and question government’s move to promote them.

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India's toilet challenge

‘India’s achievement will go a long way in the world meeting its Sustainable Development Goals of universal coverage to toilets and safe disposal of excreta. However, this success must be made sustainable – it must last. This is where the big risk lies, says Sunita Narain.

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66m of Indian Internet users are children of 5-11 age

Overall, India had 451 million internet users at the end of March this year, second only to China in terms of monthly active internet users, the Internet and Mobile Association of India (IAMAI) said in its report titled ‘India Internet 2019’.

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Kharif crop: No major production loss seen

However, the estimates could change in the coming months, as full impact of excess rainfall and floods on the standing soybean and urad crops in central and western India in late August and September has not yet been fully taken into account.

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Water to all households will need Rs 70,000 cr a year

‘The Jal Jeevan Mission would require services ranging from groundwater recharge, pumping, small-scale water treatment facilities, piping, metering for flow/usage measurement, and most importantly, training and communication of local communities, and social and environmental audit of projects.

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