The Odisha Public Service Commission (OPSC) on January 24 conducts Assistant Fisheries Officer (ACF) examination for the registered candidates. The examination is organized successfully at the designated centers from 2:00 pm to 4:30 pm. The candidates who appear for the Assistant Fisheries Officer examination have a look at the analysis of the paper held in Objective type format. A review of the asked questions from different sections including General Awareness, Reasoning, and subject-specific.
According to the officials the Odisha Public Service Commission holds written exam for the posts of Assistant Fisheries Officer (AFO) under the special drive for the recruitment of SC/ST candidates. The examination is held successfully at the allotted centres following the Covid19 guidelines. Above 60,000 candidates had registered for the Assistant Fisheries Officer examination (ACF).
The objective and multiple-choice based questions as per syllabus were asked in the 24th January held ACF examination. The exam was held in OMR based format and bilingual in nature. According to the detailed notification, after the examination is over, OPSC would display official Answer key at the website https://www.opsc.gov.in.
According to the students, the examination was comprised of two papers i.e Paper 1 & Paper 2. The first shift paper is reportedly held between 10 AM to 12:30 PM followed by a second shift from 2:00 pm to 4:30 pm. Here is an analysis of the 24 January 2021 held OMR based exam, that was held on January 24, 2021.
A total of 200 Multiple-Choice based questions in OMR based Paper 1 and 2. Questions were asked from General Studies, General Intelligence & Reasoning, and Subject-specific. The overall level of the question paper was moderate, said students after the examination.