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Results of the Odisha Joint Entrance Examination (OJEE) 2023 announced

Bhubaneswar: 2/6/23:The results of the Odisha Joint Entrance Examination (OJEE) 2023 was announced by Skill Development and Technical Education Minister Pritiranjan Gharai on Friday in the presence of Principal Secretary Usha Padhee and other departmental officials.

The OJEE exam was conducted between May 8 and May 15 for admission into various undergraduate courses such as B.CAT, LE-Tech. (Dip), LE-Tech. (B.Sc.), B. Pharm., MBA, MCA/ MSc.(Computer Science), Int. MBA, LE-Pharm., M.Pharm, M. Arch, M. Plan and M. Tech.

While 55,979 students had enrolled for the exam, 48,815 students appeared in the exam. Of those who appeared in the exam, 48,783 candidates got ranked in OJEE 2003.

The candidates can download their rank card from official website http://ojee.nic.in.

Here are the toppers:

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