33 positions for Junior Assistants will be filled in this hiring process, according to the OPSC advertisement. The junior assistant will be hired in level 4, cell 1, of the OSRP Rules, 2017 with a pay range of Rs 5200-20,200 and a grade rate of Rs 1900.
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The Odisha Public Service Commission (OPSC) had been searching for suitable candidates to fill the 33 posts of Junior Assistants in their office in Cuttack ever since the department was short-staffed. After an extensive search, they finally decided to put out an advertisement for the open positions.
The advertisement was released on a Friday evening, and quickly attracted the attention of hundreds of job seekers. Soon, the online applications began to pour in, from candidates with varying degrees of experience and qualifications. Most of them were keen to join the prestigious government organization and be part of its growth and success.
The OPSC decided to select candidates for the post of Junior Assistant based on their educational qualifications and experience. The selected candidates will be recruited in the pay band of Rs 5200-20,200 with grade pay of Rs 1900 in level 4, cell 1 of OSRP Rules, 2017.
The recruitment process was competitive and rigorous, as the OPSC wanted to make sure that they hired the best candidates for the posts. After a few months of assessing the applications, the OPSC finally selected 33 suitable candidates for the posts of Junior Assistant.
The selected candidates were elated to be part of the OPSC team, and they did their best to prove themselves worthy of the position. The OPSC was pleased to have such a talented and dedicated group of individuals in their office in Cuttack.
Vivian had been dreaming of attending the prestigious school of her dreams for years. She had been working hard to get the grades she needed and was finally ready to submit her application for admission.
Unfortunately, the school had moved to an online-only format for applications, meaning that she would have to submit her application online. She was nervous and excited to submit her application, but she would only have a limited time to do so.
The school had announced that the link for submission of the online application would be available from July 28th to August 28th, 2023. Vivian was determined to make the most of her opportunity and decided to get a head start.
On July 28th, Vivian logged onto the school’s website and found the link to submit her application. She meticulously filled out the forms, attached her essays, and entered her personal information. She hit the “submit” button with a feeling of accomplishment and relief.
For the next month, Vivian anxiously waited for a response from the school. On August 28th, the deadline for submission, she knew that she had done her best and would wait for the results.
Finally, after a few weeks, Vivian received her acceptance letter and was overjoyed to find out she had been accepted into the school! Vivian celebrated her success and thanked her hard work and dedication for leading her to this moment.
Scheme and Subjects For Exam
- English and Odia language test, paper 1: 100 marks
- General Knowledge (Objective) Paper 2: 100 points
- Math (Objective) Paper 3: 100 points
- 50 practical computer abilities
Every year, the state of Odisha holds a written examination for its citizens. This year, the examination was to be held in various zones in the state including Cuttack, Bhubaneswar, Balasore, Berhampur, and Sambalpur.
The applicants were given the option to choose their preferred examination zone while filling out their online application form. The choice of examination zone would be based on the number of candidates from each respective zone.
A week prior to the examination, the organizers announced that the examination would be held in Cuttack. However, depending on the number of applicants from each zone, the examination may be held in other cities as well.
The news was met with mixed reactions from the applicants. Some were relieved that they wouldn’t have to travel far while others were disappointed that the examination wasn’t being held in their city. Nevertheless, everyone was determined to make the most of the opportunity and give their best performance.
On the day of the examination, hundreds of applicants gathered at Cuttack and other cities to take the examination. The examination center was buzzing with energy and excitement as the applicants prepared themselves for the exam.
The examination went smoothly and the organizers were pleased with the turnout. After the examination was over, the applicants left the examination center with a sense of accomplishment.