OSSSC (Odisha Sub-ordinate Staff Selection Commission) has released the OSSSC Livestock Inspector admit card 2021 on the official website -osssc.gov.in. As per the notice released earlier, the exam is scheduled for the afternoon session from 2.30 pm to 5 pm on September 26, 2021. The candidates can use their OSSSC Livestock Inspector admit card 2021 as a travel pass for smooth travel on the exam day.
In July, the board has announced 565 vacancies for the Livestock Inspector. The candidates who are aspiring for a career as an LSI in OSSSC have to clear the written exam followed by a Physical Standard test. All those who are successful in both stages will be eligible to join the board as Livestock Inspectors. The candidates upon selection will be paid monthly remuneration as per pay band-1, 5200-20200 with grade pay of Rs 2000.
Check out the steps for downloading the OSSSC Livestock Inspector admit card 2021 below:
Step 1: Visit the official website of OSSSC, osssc.gov.in.
Step 2: Click on the login button on the top right corner of the homepage.
Step 3: Enter the user id and password followed by the captcha code and click on the login button.
Step 4: Cross verify the details mentioned on the OSSSC Livestock Inspector admit card on the next page and save a copy of the same for future reference.
For those who have lost their account details, the option of recovering the same is available on the official login page. Click on recover account details options and then choose one option of recovering the account viz. email id or mobile number or other details. After choosing, enter the one-time password (OTP) received on the space provided and submit the same. The complete account details will be available on the next page, candidates can note them down for future reference.
The selection test comprises 130 questions and each correct answer accounts for 1 mark. The questions in the exam will be from arithmetic, Odia, English, general awareness, physics, chemistry and biology. The level of the questions asked in the exam would be equivalent to the class 10th level. The minimum qualifying marks for the unreserved candidates is 40% of the total marks while the same for reserved category candidates is 35% of the total marks.
The final merit list for the successful students is prepared by adding the marks scored in the written exam and marks scored as per the work experience.