Panda, a 2-year-old engineer from Chandikhol in Jajpur district, said he did not seek the help of any coaching center to crack down on OCSE. “I never thought I would be the best in the exam. I am very happy that I achieved this feat in my first attempt without coaching from any institute, ”he added.
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He said candidates should not rely solely on any coaching institute. “Relying on a coaching center can disrupt a candidate’s eligibility for the civil service. Preparing for this prestigious exam is like self-discovery for a candidate. Self-study and self-assessment will help the candidates to get more success in this exam, ”he added.
Prior to this civil service exam, Panda applied for an Assistant Section Officer (ASO) job. “But I could not get the job due to lack of 0.5 marks for selection mark. Later I started preparing for OCSE from September 2019. Our preliminary was in March 2020, ”he added.
She has completed school from Janakalyan High School near her birthplace and Plus II from Ravenshaw University. After doing BTech from a private college in Berhampur, he got a job in Delhi. “After working there for three years, I quit my job and started preparing for ASO and OCSE. I will try to clear the civil service exam conducted by UPSC. I am preparing for it, ”he added.
Female candidates have occupied three positions in the OCSE top ten list. Rashmirekha Patra, Ayushi Pati and Nivedita Nayak secured 10th position respectively. According to OPSC sources, one of the 153 candidates is from the disabled category.
Of the 47,719 candidates who applied for OCSE-2019, 25,780 appeared for the preliminary examination held on March 15 last year. Of these, 1,1010 wrote the main test in December last year, but 707 were called for interviews between September 22 and October 5. Covid-1 has adversely affected the test schedule
There were 30 vacancies in Odisha Administrative Service (OAS), nine vacancies in OFS and seven vacancies in OPS.
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