OPSC Assistant Fisheries Officer Recruitment Exam 2020: Application Process Begins Today
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The application process for the recruitment exam of 31 Assistant Fisheries Officer Vacancy 2020, begins today i.e. January 14, 2020, by the OPSC.

The applications are invited by OPSC Assistant Fisheries for the posts of 31 Assistant Fisheries Officer Vacancy 2020 from BFSc pass candidates.

Applications are invited through the proforma Application to be made available on the official website opsconline.gov.in from January 14, 2020, to February 13, 2020, for Special recruitment of 31 posts of Assistant Fisheries Officer, Group-B in Odisha Fisheries Service cadre for SC & ST candidates under Fisheries & ARD Department in the pay matrix Rs 44,900/- in level-10 of ORSP Rules, 2017 with usual Dearness and other allowances sanctioned by the Government of Odisha from time to time.

Vacancy Details:

Post: Assistant Fisheries Officer

No. of Vacancy: 31
Pay Scale: 44900/- Level-10

Category wise vacancy details:
ST: 27


Eligibility Criteria: Bachelor's Degree in Fishery Science (BFSc) form any recognized University.
Age Limit: 21 to 37 years


Application Fee: No application fee


Starting Date for Submission of Online Application: January 14, 2020

Last Date For Submission of Online Application: February 13, 2020

How to apply: Interested candidates may apply Online through the website opsc.gov.in from 14.01.2020 to 13.02.2020.

Advt No: 17 of 2019-20

Job Location: Odisha

Selection Process: Selection will be based on Written Test & Interview.

Official Notification: opsc.gov.in/pdf

Place of Exam: The written exam shall be held at Cuttack/ Bhubaneswar

Method of Selection: The selection of candidates for recruitment to the posts shall be made on the basis of written exam and Viva Voce Test.

- The written exam will be objective type Multiple Choice Question Pattern and consist of 2 papers.

- Paper-1 shall be of 400 marks with 200 questions carrying 2 marks for each question. Duration of time shall be two and a half hours.

-Paper 2 shall be of 400 marks with 200 questions carrying 2 marks for each question. Duration of time shall be 2 and a half hours.