Odisha Judicial Service Result 2022: Odisha Public Service Commission conducted the Odisha Judicial Service Prelims exam on March 27th, 2022. The exam was held for the post of Civil Judge. A total of 864 candidates have provisionally qualified and are eligible to appear for the Mains examination. The Mains exam is set to take place in the second week of June 2022. The Odisha Judicial Services Result for all the stages will be declared separately on the official website.
|Exam||Odisha Judicial Service Examination|
|Conducting Body||Odisha Public Service Commission|
|Mode of Application||Online|
|Minimum Educational Qualifications||A Law Degree|
|Age Limit||23-35 years|
|Prelims Examination Date||27th March 2022|
|Result Release Status||Available|
|Mains Examination Date||9th – 12th June 2022|
How to check Odisha Judicial Service Results 2022?
Candidates can follow some simple steps given below to check whether they have passed the Prelims examinations. The below direct link will be updated once the result is announced.
Step 1: Click on the direct link for the post provided above.
Step 2: Search for your roll number in the result document.
Step 3: If your name is on the list, you have been selected for the Odisha Judicial Services Mains examination.
Step 4: Alternatively, visit the OPSC Official Website.
Step 5: Find the most recent link for the result.
Step 6: Repeat the above steps 2 and 3 above to check your OPSC OJS Result.
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Odisha Judicial Service Prelims Answer Key 2022
The answer key for the Odisha Judicial Service Prelims exam is yet to release. The OPSC also releases the marks obtained by each candidate with the answer key. Once the answer key gets out, the candidates would be able to calculate their marks and compare them with the marks they have earned. This would eliminate any discrepancy between the marks calculated and the marks obtained. The answer key once released, can be found on the official website of OPSC.
How to Calculate Marks for the Odisha Judicial Service Exam 2022?
Candidates who appeared for the OJS Prelims exam can refer to the answer key once published on the official website to calculate their marks. Candidates can refer to the marking scheme given below to calculate their marks:
- The candidate will be granted 1 mark for each correct answer.
- For every incorrect answer 1/4th mark will be deducted.
- No marks will be subtracted for any unattempted questions.
- After comparing all the answers with the answer key, evaluate your correct answers, and calculate your total marks for the OJS Prelims examination.
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Odisha Judicial Service Prelims Exam 2022: Expected Cut Off
The cut-off marks are the minimum marks a candidate should earn to qualify for the Mains examination. Although the cut off has not been published yet, below is the expected cut off for the Odisha Judicial Service Prelims Exam 2022.
|Category||Expected Cut-off Marks(Male)||Expected Cut-off Marks(Female)|
Odisha Judicial Service Minimum Qualifying Marks
The OPSC decides the minimum qualifying marks that each candidate must score to qualify for the next round in the selection process. These marks are set for each category. Check the table given below to know about the category-wise minimum qualifying marks needed by the candidates to qualify for the Mains exam.
FAQs on Odisha Judicial Service Result 2022
Candidates can find the Odisha Judicial Service Prelims Result 2022 on the official website of the Odisha Public Service Commission.
The next round in the selection procedure for Odisha Judicial Service 2022 is the Mains examination.
The minimum qualifying marks for the Odisha Judicial Service Exam 2022 for SC/ST category is 35% and for other categories is 40% of the total marks.
The candidate will be granted 1 mark for each correct answer and for every incorrect answer 1/4th mark will be deducted. No marks will be subtracted for any unattempted questions.
The candidate should be at least 23 years old and hold a Law degree for being eligible to appear for the Odisha Judicial Service Exam.