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Odisha Public Service Commission declared the results of Assistant Section Officer Examination-2022.

Bhubaneswar:7/11/22: The Odisha Public Service Commission (OPSC) today declared the results of Assistant Section Officer (ASO) Examination-2022.

As per notification, a total of 1104 candidates cracked the examination for recruitment to the post of Assistant Section Officer.

The qualified candidates will appear for the document verification at the office of OPSC in Cuttack from November 14 to 18. The written examination was held on August 27, 2022.

The list of Roll Numbers of candidates who qualified in the examination is available on the official website of the OPSC.

Check the results here: ASO_Written_Result

The detailed programme for verification of original certificates/documents will be notified later. The computer skill test of the qualified candidates is likely to be conducted on November 27. The candidates are advised to visit the OPSC website regularly to keep track of publication of various notices.

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