OPSC HMO Admit Card 2021 Download Hall Ticket for the post of Homeopathic Medical Officer Check Selection Process and Exam Pattern Download Odisha PSC HMO Hall Ticket
Written Exam for the recruitment of Homeopathic Medical Officer is scheduled to be held on 19.09.2021 26.09.2021 (Sunday). OPSC HMO Admit Cards are available to download now.
OPSC HMO Admit Card 2021
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Latest Update (22.09.2021)
As per the current update of 22.09.2021, Odisha PSC HMO Admit Card has been available to download now for the recruitment exam to be held on 26.09.2021. Eligible Candidates can apply online by OPSC on official login section. Stay Connected for more latest updates.
As per the current update of 04.09.2021, Computer Based Recruitment Examination on 19.09.2021 26.09.2021 (Sunday) commencing from 10.00 A.M. to 11.30 A.M. (10.00 A.M. to 12.00 P.M. for PWD candidates) for Paper-I and 02.00 P.M. to 03.30 P.M. (02.00 P.M. to 04.00 P.M. for PWD candidates) for Paper-II for recruitment to the post of Homoeopathic Medical Officer, pursuant to Advertisement No. 01 of 2021-22. The details of the Examination Centre(s) will be notified in due course.
According to the Current Update Odisha Public Service Commission Written Exam will be conducted soon. The Admit Card will be available soon. Stay Connected for the latest updates.
Odisha Public Service Commission Exam Pattern will be held for 100 marks for Paper I and 100 Marks for Paper II. Before Exam Career Marking will also be done for the candidates. Here we are mentioning the exam pattern for the selection of HMO (Homeopathic Medical Officer) Post.
50% for UR & SEBC Candidates and 45% for PH Category and 40% for SC & ST
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OPSC HMO Selection Process
OPSC HMO Career Marking
OPSC HMO Written Exam Pattern
The Selection of Candidates for recruitment to the posts of Homeopathic Medical Officers will be made on the basis of Career Marking & Written Test. Career Marking will be for 30% (10% each for Class- 10th, Class-12th and BHMS) and 70% for Written Test.
The Written Examination will be of two papers carrying 100 marks each with duration of one and half hour for each paper. The Questions will be of objective, multiple choice patterns (MCQ). No Negative Marking will be followed in the Written Examination in case of wrong answer.