Haryana Government extends deadline for CET registration till May 31

Haryana Government extends deadline for CET registration till May 31

The Haryana Government has extended the last date for the registration for the common eligibility test (CET) for Group C and D posts till May 31. The deadline was March 31 earlier. - File photo

Chandigarh, April 7

The Haryana Government has extended the last date for the registration for the common eligibility test (CET) for Group C and D posts till May 31. The deadline was March 31 earlier.

Recently, Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar had launched the website of the CET for all Group C and D posts to be filled through the Haryana Staff Selection Commission (HSSC). The website was launched to remove difficulties faced by the candidates for the submission of their separate applications for each advertisement of the HSSC. Meanwhile, about 5 lakh candidates have already registered themselves on the CET portal. — TNS

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