03-16-2015, 04:53 PM
The Public Service Commission of Odisha (OPSC) has invited applications for recruitment of 69 posts. The OPSC held the main written examination for students who have secured not less than 35 per cent (in case of SC / St candidates) and 40 percent (for general candidates). The preliminary and main written examination is scheduled in May and July respectively.
The main written examination held two jobs mandatory and optional three papers. Each will carry 150 marks compulsory lasting three hours.
Main written examination (Papers required)
General English include the following subjects, namely, translation and retranslation of ten lines each, a brief essay of about 150 words, precise writing consisting of 300 words and a passage of 500 words with five questions. Translation and retranslation of ten lines each will be two passages is, one in English and another Lacrima şi hates hates to be translated into English.
Procedural laws: The following acts are covered paper and carry 150 marks.
The Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973
Code of Civil Procedure, 1908
The Indian Evidence Act, 1872
A candidate may choose any three courses from the following:
Crime Law and Tort Law 150 brands
Personal right 150 brands
Property right 150 brands
Contract Law 150 brands
Jurisprudence and the constitution of India 150 brands
A candidate answer documents in English
The communication standard will LL.Curs B regarding mandatory Paper - m, will be a course grade
The Committee will interview candidates who have secured not less than 45 percent in the aggregate and at least 33 percent in every paper in the main written examination
Candidates are required to mention any three electives in the box right of the online application, referred to the written preliminary examination, without which your application will be rejected
Interview carry 100 marks. The question in an interview will cover a wide national and international issues and matters of common interest in the field of Arts and Sciences can also ask for. The names of candidates not included in the merit list unless such candidates secure at least 40 per cent in the interview