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Odisha Public Service Commission (OPSC) has Going to Announce Employment Notification for Recruitment to the post of Ayurvedic Medical Officer in the Group-B rank of the State under Health & Family Welfare Department, Applications are invited online through the proforma Application From to be made available on the Website www.opsconline.gov.in
Name of the Post – Ayurvcdic Medical Officers in the Group-B
Age Limit – A candidate must have attained the age of 21 (Twenty one) years and must not be above 32 (Thirty two) years, The Upper age Limit Prescribed above shall be relaxable by 5 (five) years for candidates belonging to the Categories of Scheduled Castes (S.C.), Scheduled Tribes (S.T.), Socially & Educationally Backward Classes (S.E.B.C.), Women, Ex-Servicemen and by cumulative 10 (Ten) years for candidates belonging to Physically Handicapped categ01y, whose pennanent disability is not Jess than 40%.
Educational Qualifications – A Bachelor’s Degree in Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery (BAMS) or equivalent degree from an University or Institution recognised by the Central Council of Indian Medicine and he/she must have registered himself/ herself under the Odisha State Council of Ayurvedic Medicines.
Examination Fee – A candidate is required to pay a non-refundable and non-adjustable fee of~ 500/- (Rupees Five hundred) only. Candidate belonging to Scheduled Caste I Scheduled Tribe of Odisha and Persons with Disability (whose permanent disability is not less than 40%) are exempted from payment of this fee.
Selection Methods – The selection of candidates for recrnitment to the posts of Ayurvedic Medical Officer shall be made on the basis of written test (Objective type- Multiple Choice Questions) and career marking. The career marking will be for 30% (10% each for class 10th, class 12th and BAMS) and 70% for written test. The written examination shall be of two papers carrying 100 marks each with a duration of one & half hour for each paper. No negative marking system will be followed in the written examination in case of wrong response (answer)
How to Apply – Candidates must apply online through the concerned Website of the OPSC http://opsconline.gov.in