Online applications for recruitment to the post of Medical Officers (Assistant Surgeon) are being accepted by the Odisha Public Service Examination (OPSC) from February 26, 2021. The last date for applying for the OPSC Medical Officer Recruitment 2021 is March 25,whereas the last date for submission of a registered online application is April 6. All the eligible and interested candidates can apply to the OPSC Medical Officer Recruitment 2021posts through the online mode by visiting the official website at www.opsc.gov.in. The total number of vacancies is 2,452, out of which 633 posts are for unreserved categories,while the rest are for the candidates belonging to the reserved category.
Candidates who are willing to fill the OPSC Medical Officer Recruitment 2021 ApplicationForm can go through the below-mentioned details:
Age: The minimum age limit of the applicant should be 21 years, while 32 is the maximum age, as of January 2021. Also, the candidates should note that for specified reserved categories — SC, ST, SEBC, Women, and ex-servicemen –the upper age limit is relaxable by five years.
Educational Qualification: Candidates willing to fill the form should have an MBBS or equivalent degree from a medical college recognised by the Medical Council of India (MCI). They should also possess a valid registration certificate under the Odisha Medical Registration Act, 1961.
Mode of selection: A written test which will be held at Cuttack/Bhubaneswar and Career Marking are the basis on which candidates will be selected by the OPSC.
OPSC Medical Officer Recruitment 2021:How to apply?
Candidates can follow the below-mentioned steps to apply for the post of OPSC Medical Officer recruitment 2021:
Step 1: Candidates are required to visit the official website of OPSC by clicking on the link — www.opsc.gov.in
Step 2: From the homepage, candidates will have to click on the option reading ‘Apply online’
Step 3: They will then have to register themselves through the ‘New User’ tab for Medical Officer
Step 4: Before filling the form, read the instructions carefully and then generate ‘Permanent Public Service Account Number (PPSAN)'
Step 5: As you complete the registration, you will have to login at the OPSC portal using credentials and then proceed to fill the exam form
Step 6: You will then have to fill the form, upload the required documents, pay the fee and submit
Step 7: At last,candidates should download a copy of the application form and take a printout of it for future use