Government Jobs for 1,586 Physician Positions – Check Eligibility, Latest Date


The Odisha Civil Service Commission (OPSC) is calling for applications for the positions of Doctors (Assistant Surgeon) in Group A of Odisha Medical and the framework of health services under the Ministry of Health and Welfare -be family by publishing an official notification. This recruitment campaign will make it possible to fill 1,586 positions for candidates in the SC and ST categories.

Eligible applicants can apply through the official OPSC website, The registration deadline is August 21.

OPSC Medical Officer Recruitment 2021 Details

After the name: Doctor (Assistant Surgeon)

Number of vacancies: 1586

Wage scale: 56100 / – Level 12

OPSC Medical Officer Recruitment 2021 Category wise Details:

SC: 585

ST: 1001

Eligibility Criteria for OPSC Recruitment:

1) Age: 21-37 years old, as of January 1, 2021. 2)

Educational Diploma: An MBBS or equivalent from a recognized medical school. You are advised to go to its official website and read the official notification, for more details.

OPSC Recruitment Notification is available on the official website, can be directly downloaded from there. Applicants are also advised to go through the advertisement and read it in detail before applying for the position.

Selection procedure for OPSC recruitment:

Candidates (candidates) will only be shortlisted on the basis of a written test. The test will take place in Cuttack and Bhubaneshwar. It will consist of one document, which will contain 200 MAQ. This will be a 3 hour exam, worth 200 points. This means that a question will carry 1 point. Please note that applicants do not have to pay a fee to submit the online application form.

Online registration start date: August 07, 2021

Online registration deadline: August 21, 2021

Deadline for payment of fees: August 21, 2021

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