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IBS has proved to be a doorway towards Public Sector jobs in Banking sector and other Government jobs offered by SSC, Bank PO, SBI PO/Clerical, SSC CGL, RRBs, RBI, SSC CHSL, LIC, FCI, IBPS PO/Clerk, Postal, Railway services, State Govt. Jobs, Intelligence Bureau and all other central and state govt. examinations. IBS provides specialised coaching for Haryana State Government Jobs.

IBS feels proud to share its accomplishment by giving innumerable successful placements of thousands of aspirants in various public sector jobs. It is the outcome of the competitive team with its collective hard work to provide the preeminent training to scholars to perform their best in the subsequent examinations. In the year 2016 alone, we have given more than 8000 successful students for the placement in the public sector undertakings.

Experienced and well trained faculty and enthusiastic learners has made IBS shine. Our attempt to provide our best to the scholars according to the latest pattern of examinations is exceedingly cherished by students. IBS has been pliant during the beginning but now it has become a well known brand due to the utmost trust shown by the students aspiring for various public sector and government jobs.

IBS focuses on the coaching of various exams conducted by Haryana Govt. Jobs like

1. Haryana Subordinate Selection Board – HSSSB,
2. Haryana High Court,
3. Haryana Staff Selection Commission – HSSC,
4. Haryana District Court,
5. Haryana DC Office
6. Haryana Patwari

IBS provide competitive and exclusive material for the preparation of various posts like HSSSB, HSSC, Haryana High court, District Court, Haryana Patwari etc. All these features gives an idea to those aspirants that IBS is aware about the various aspects of applying for the exam and planning for the effective studying plan for the subsequent exams.

IBS is recommended as an excellent institution for Haryana Government jobs Coaching in Chandigarh by the students.

Haryana State Exams

Haryana staff service commission (HSSC) is the Commission that conducts examinations/interviews for appointments to Group ‘C’ services and may be called up on to conduct examination/interview for appointment to Group ‘B’ and ‘D’ services if required by the Haryana Government. Overview of eligibility criteria and recruitment process of some of the recruitments that are conducted by HSSC are given below:-

Group D Vaccancies

Education Qualification: Matriculation from recoganized board with hindi/sanskrit as a subject upto matriculation

Age: 18 to 42

Exam pattern

  1. Written Exam: –Comprises of 90marks containing 75% weightage for G.K, Quant, reasoning, Hindi and English and 25% weightage for Haryana G.K.
  2. Socio-economic criteria and Experience:-comprises of 10 marks and the marks allocated according to following criteria:-
  3. No person from family background have a regular govt. job 5 marks
  4. Orphan/ widow 5 marks
  5. Belongs to denotified tribe or nomadic tribe of Haryana 5 marks
  6. Experience (marks per year) 5 marks

Police Constable and S.I.

Education Qualification:

Constable– Candidates should possess 10+2/ equivalent from a recognized education board/ institution & must be studied Hindi/ Sanskrit upto Matric level.

Sub-Inspector- Graduation from any recognized university or equivalent from a recognized education board/ institution & must be studied Hindi/ Sanskrit upto Matric level or higher educations.

Age: 18 to 25 year for Constable and 21-27 for Sub-Inspector.

Exam pattern

The written Test consist of the objective type having 100 multiple choice questions of 0.80 marks each and of ninety (90) minutes duration. it includes Question on G.K., reasoning, Quant, agriculture and animal husbandry and basic knowledge of computer.

Physical test

Candidates Test distance Qualifying Time
1. Male 2.5 Kilometer 12 minutes
2. Female 1.0 Kilometer 6 minutes
3. Ex.-serviceman 1.0 Kilometer 5 minutes

 

Patwari

Education Qualification:10th / 12th Pass from reputed board / institute.

Age:  18-42 years

Exam pattern

The written Test consist of the objective type 100 multiple choice questions of 1 marks each and of ninety (90) minutes duration. It includes Questions on G.K., reasoning, Quant, Hindi and English with no negative marking.

District court Clerk

Education Qualification: Graduation from Recognised University.

Age:  18-42 years

Exam pattern

The written Test consist of the objective type having 100 multiple choice questions of 1 marks each. It includes Questions on English language and general knowledge.

Typing test

Post Computer typing speed Steno tying speed
clerk 30 W.P.M. ——
Steno-typist 20 W.P.M. 80 W.P.M.