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Final result of the ASO recruitment : Orissa HC directs OPSC to publish

Final result of the ASO recruitment

At least 20 unsuccessful candidates had approached the high court seeking judicial intervention, alleging irregularities in the evaluation.

The Orissa High Court on Monday ordered the OPSC to publish the final merit list of successful candidates along with their merit and cut-off marks for Assistant Section Officer (ASO) posts.

The Odisha Public Service Commission conducted the written exam for ASO on 27 August this year, and the results were released on 7 November.

Refusing to entertain a batch of written petitions in this regard, the court of Justice AK Mohapatra ordered the commission to publish the recruitment exam results per the government recruitment policy of 2016.

At least 20 unsuccessful candidates had approached the high court seeking judicial intervention, alleging irregularities in the evaluation.

OPSC issued a corrigendum in February this year announcing that the merit list of ASO candidates would only contain the list numbers of successful candidates along with their caste and gender. The merit obtained by the selected candidates will not be reflected in the merit list.

Final result of the ASO recruitment : Orissa HC directs OPSC to publish

Around 1.5 lakh candidates appeared for the written test, and 1,104 were found qualified. The final list will be out after document verification and skill test.

Terming the allegations of wrongdoing as baseless and false, OPSC has clarified that the answer key, cut-off marks and individual candidate’s notes will be posted on the official website after the release of the final result.

The petitioners’ lawyers argued their cases by pointing out several discrepancies in the corrigendum, which was not in line with the 2016 recruitment policy. It also mentioned that transparency was not maintained during the selection process, and deserving students did not find their names in the provisional list, Posted on 7 November

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