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OPSC OCS Admit Card 2023 (Out) Exam Date & Pattern, opsc.gov.in

OPSC OCS Admit Card 2023

Odisha Public Service Commission will conduct the Odisha Civil Services (Prelims) 2023 Examination on October 15, 2023. Candidates who are going to appear in this exam need to know that the admit card will be available for downloading and printing most from October 07, 2023, at opsc.gov.in/. Shortly after its release, each individual will be able to download it using the required login credentials such as PPSAN Number and Date Of Birth.

OPSC OCS Admit Card 2023

To participate in the Odisha Civil Services (Prelims) 2023 Exam needs to know that an admit card is one of the required documents without which no one will be allowed inside the exam hall, Everyone individual who applied online sits in the OPSC OCS 2023 preliminary exam need to know that at the time of entering inside the exam hall, and who don’t have these documents they won’t get entry inside the examination hall.

Exam NameOPSC OCS (Prelims) 2023
Conducting BodyOdisha Public Service Commission
Vacancies683
Type of PostsGroups A & B
Notification30th December 2022
Application17th January to 16th February 2023
Salary₹44,900/- to ₹56,100/-
Age Limit21 to 38 Years
QualificationGraduation
Admit Card07th October 2023
Admit Card Download LinkCheck Here (Available)
Examination15th October 2023
Selection ProcessPrelims, Mains & Interview
Official Websiteopsc.gov.in

The eagerly awaited Odisha Civil Services (Prelims) 2023 Examination admit cards are set to be released on October 8, 2023. Candidates who are gearing up for this important exam will be able to access their admit cards for download and printing from the official website at https://opsc.gov.in/. The date for releasing the call letter is confirmed but there is no confirmation about the timing, there is high speculation that officials may release it by the afternoon on the scheduled date.

What are the details available on the OPSC OCS Prelims Admit Card 2023?

Candidates who registered themselves to participate in the Odisha Civil Services (Prelims) 2023 Examination will be able to verify the following details

  • Candidate’s Name
  • Candidate’s Photograph
  • Candidate’s Signature
  • Roll Number
  • Registration Number
  • Examination Date
  • Examination Time
  • Examination Venue/Center
  • Address of the Examination Center
  • Reporting Time
  • Date of Birth
  • Category
  • Application Number
  • Instructions for the Exam Day
  • Examination Name
  • Exam Duration

How to download the OPSC Civil Services Admit Card 2023?

To download your Admit Card for the OPSC OCS (Prelims) 2022-23, you have to go through the step-by-step instructions below.

  • Visit the official website of the Odisha Public Service Commission (OPSC) at opsc.gov.in.
  • Look for the “Candidate’s Corner” section on the website’s homepage and jump to it.
  • In the Candidate’s Corner, you will find the option “Download Admit Certificate”, Click on this option.
  • Next, select “Download Admission Certificate & Instructions to Candidates for the OCS (Prelims) 2022-23” and get redirected to the login page.
  • You need to enter your PPSAN Number and Date of Birth in the respective fields and hit the “Submit” button.

Once you have gone through the step-by-step instructions above carefully, you will successfully have downloaded the admit card for the OPSC OCS (Prelims) 2023.

OPSC OCS Exam Date 2023

The exam Date for Odisha Civil Services (Prelims) 2023 is announced officially by the Odisha Public Service Commission, it will be held on 15th October 2023 with an exam time duration of 02 for each paper, aspirants who registered themselves on or before 16th February 2023 need to know that to participate in the exam, each individual will have to report at the respective exam center on or before the gate closing time, because after that aspirants won’t be allowed inside the exam hall.

OPSC OCS Exam Pattern 2023

There will be two Papers in the Odisha Civil Services (Prelims) 2023 Exam, in each paper a total number of 200 multiple-choice questions of each 1 mark will be asked from General Studies, to attempt the maximum number of questions, and each individual will have an exam time duration of 02 hours, there will be also a provision of the negative marking, for each incorrect response ⅓ mark will be deducted.