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OPSC invites applications for recruitment of 606 college teachers – Times of India


BHUBANESWAR: The Odisha Public Service Commission (OPSC) has applied to recruit 606 faculty members at the state’s public colleges. Associate Professors (Phase I) will be assigned in 20 subjects in Group A of the Odisha Education Service (OES) (College Branch).

The OPSC has prepared a detailed list of job vacancies in specific subjects. The subject of anthropology has six vacancies, botany (48), chemistry (85), trade (30), economics (40), education (20), English (44), ecology (5), geography (10), geology ( 8), history (30), logic and philosophy (10), mathematics (63), Odia (25), physics (75), political science (10), psychology (14), sociology (12), life sciences (3 ). ) and zoology (68).

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Of a total of 606 vacancies, the government has reserved 136 posts for registered tribes, 98 for scheduled castes, 66 for the socially and economically underdeveloped class (SEBC), 24 for the disabled (PWD), and six for the athlete category. Applicant must not be over 45 years old and under 21 years old on the last day of receipt / submission of the online application, that is, December 3. He / she must have a master’s degree in a relevant subject from a recognized university with a minimum of 55 percent grades (50 percent for SC and ST candidates) or an equivalent grade.

The official notice states that the candidate must pass the National Eligibility Test (NET) for the appointment of an Associate Professor (Phase I), or obtain a Ph.D. degree in a relevant / related / relevant subject from an Indian university or foreign university.

Online registration / re-registration and online payment of exam fees will be available on the OPSC website from October 26 to November 25. Online applications can be made on the website from October 26th to December 3rd.

The recruiting should have been done earlier, but the Covid-19 situation has added water to the Department of Higher Education’s plan to recruit teachers for colleges.



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