OPSC Assistant Director Admit Card 2022 : Check Here!

Safalta Expert Published by: Saksham Chauhan Updated Thu, 27 Oct 2022 12:33 AM IST

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Admit Card for the position of Assistant Director in the OSES Cadre has been made available on the official website of the Odisha Public Service Commission (OPSC). On October 29–30, 2022, the Commission will hold the written examination for the role.

The Admit Card for the position of Assistant Director in the OSES Cadre has been made available on the official website of the Odisha Public Service Commission (OPSC). On October 29–30, 2022, the Commission will hold the written examination for the position of Assistant Director in the OSES Cadre in response to Advt. No. 5. On the official website, opsc.gov.in, applicants who successfully submitted an application for the Assistant Director position may download their admit card. Check here : Free E-Books : Download PDF On Most Important GK Topics! 

OPSC Assistant Director Admit Card 2022 Download Instructions

  1. Visit opsc.gov.in, the Odisha Public Service Commission's official website, first.
  2. Visit the What's New section on the Home page after that.
  3. Click the link that reads:
  4. Download the "Advt.

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    No. 05 of 2021-22: Admission Certificate & Instructions to Candidates for the Written Exam for Recruitment of Asst Director in OSES Cadre" document from the homepage.
  5. On the website's link, you will need to enter your login information, including your PPSAN number and date of birth.
  6. Download the OPSC Assistant Director Admit Card 2022 and print it out for your records.
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For the position of Officer Grade A Assistant Managers, an examination is being held in the areas of general knowledge, finance and accounting, information technology, research (economics), law, and official language (Rajbhasha). The test will be given in an online format. There will be two papers, each with 100 multiple-choice questions. For Papers 1 and 2 in Phase I, there will be negative marking (1/4 of the total marks awarded to the question). To be selected for Phase II, candidates would need to achieve individual cut-offs in each paper as well as the aggregate cut-off scores in Phase I.
 

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