The Odisha Staff Selection Commission (OSSC) has released the results for the Combined Auditor recruitment examination. Candidates who have qualified will now have to appear for the Main Examination. The list of qualified students can be checked from the official website of OSSC at ossc.gov.in. Although the dates for the Main examination have not been mentioned, the same will be intimated later on.
Candidates who want to check the complete merit of the Preliminary Examination can follow the steps given below.
Step 1- Go to the official website of OSSC at ossc.gov.in
Step 2- Under the ‘What’s New’ section, find the link that says ‘List of Candidates Shortlisted for the Main Written Examination for the post of Combined Auditor-2019’
Step 3- After that, click on the ‘View Pdf’ button against it
Step 4- The list will appear in accordance with the roll numbers of the qualified candidates
Step 5- Crosscheck the roll numbers and save the list for future reference.
Direct Link to Download OSSC Combined Auditor Result 2022 Merit List – Click Here
A total of 1936 candidates have qualified for appearing in the upcoming Main written examination. Through this recruitment examination, a total of 161 vacancies will be filled. The Main Examination is the second stage of OSSC Combined Auditor recruitment. After that, two more stages will be followed.
The Main Examination will be held in a written format for a duration of 05 hours. There will be three papers in the test for a total of 250 marks. Paper I is on Mathematics and Test of Reasoning while Paper II is on English, General Knowledge & Computer Application (Theory). Both these papers will have an objective-type pattern and the candidates have to mark their answers on the OMR sheet. Paper III will cover essays and letters and it will follow a descriptive-type pattern.
|I||Mathematics & Test of Reasoning||2 hours||100|
|II||English, General Knowledge & Computer Application (Theory)||2 hours||100|
|III||Essay and Letters||1 hour||50|
Following the merit in the Main Examination, candidates will be shortlisted for the Computer Practical Skill Test. This test will have a total of 50 marks and the qualifying marks is 25. It will test the candidate’s basic skills in respect of windows operating system, MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Access. Lastly, the certificate verification process will take place. It must be noted that the date, time, and venue of the Main written examination will be informed via the admission letter.