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Chinmayee Chetna Dash has topped the order of merit among 145 candidates in Odisha Civil Services Examination 2016

Bhubaneswar:9/3/18; Chinmayee Chetna Dash has topped the order of merit among 145 candidates who have successfully cleared the Odisha Civil Services Examination 2016 conducted by the Odisha Public Service Commission (OPSC).

While Sankalp Swastik Sahoo came second, Gyana Ranjan Biswal secured the third position in the Odisha Civil Services Examination 2016.

Debasish Mahapatra and Santak Jena secured fourth and fifth position respectively.

They were selected on the basis of personality test of Odisha Civil Services Examination 2016.

The selected candidates will be recruited under various categories including OAS, OFS

The results were declared by the commission this evening and are available on the official website (www.opsc.gov.in/).

As per the notification, the commission has provisionally selected the 145 candidates based on the personality test of the Odisha Civil Services Exam that was held from February 12 to February 28, 2018.

The OPSC selected the candidates to fill up OAS-A(JB), OFS-A(JB) and OPS-A(JB) posts, the notification read.

 

 

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