The Odisha Police Assistant Sub Inspector (ASI) Communication recruitment exam admit card has been released at the official website odishapolice.gov.in. The registered candidates can download the admit card using the registration number and password. The exam is to be held as a computer based test from March 15 to 17. There are a total of 144 vacancies for the post of ASI Communication. The pay scale for the post is likely to begin at Rs.15000. A mock test is available at the official website to help the candidates with their preparation.
Steps to download the Odisha Police ASI admit card
Step 1: Head to the official website odishapolice.gov.in.
Step 2: The admit card link is visible at the centre of the page; click on it.
Step 3: Candidates have to login using their registration number and password.
Step 4: The admit card will be displayed on the screen now.
Candidates will find the exam date and exam time allotted to them. The exam centre address will also be visible on the admit card. Candidates have to download their admit card and print a copy of the same. It is mandatory to carry the admit card and a valid photo ID proof to the exam hall, otherwise entry will be denied.
Odisha Police ASI exam selection procedure
The computer based recruitment exam will be conducted in online mode. Prior to the declaration of the results, a normalisation procedure will be followed, by taking into account the difficulty of the question papers and the number of candidates undertaking a particular paper. The normalisation process is followed since the exam is conducted over a period of 3 days, in multiple shifts. Candidates qualifying the exam will have to attempt the computer skill test (practical), which has a weightage of 50 marks. Selected candidates will have to undergo the Physical Efficiency Test prior to the recruitment.
Computer Based Recruitment Test Exam pattern and cut-off
There will be 3 papers in the exam- Paper 1 (General English and Odia), Paper 2 (Quantitative Aptitude and Reasoning Test) and Paper 3 (Computer Test). The questions will be of MCQ type, with each question carrying 1 mark, along with 0.25 negative mark for wrong answers. Each paper carries 100 marks with a total duration of 1.5 hours. The candidates have to secure a minimum of 50% marks to qualify the CBRT. Approximately 430 candidates will be shortlisted for stage 2.