The students in their letter to the CM said as the third wave of the Covid pandemic is nearing its peak, the next few weeks will be crucial from the health perspective.
Base upper age limit for all government jobs raised from 32 to 38 years, other categories up to 53 years
He said that the State government's initiatives like 5T and Mo Sarkar are aimed at bringing about transformative changes in governance.
The State government on Monday granted an additional compensatory attempt to candidates who had appeared the Odisha Civil Services Examination (OCSE) in 2019 or 2020.
The UPSC conducts examinations for filling 25 posts and the appointees play a pivotal role in framing policies and in the decision making process.
The State government had maintained that the 378 candidates were appointed at a time when there was revision in cadres and pay scales at the stage of initial recruitment in services under OCS.
The CM said civil servants are responsible for bringing obsolete rules to the attention of government so that they could be amended to benefit the public.
A deputy subedar with the 4th Special Security Battalion in Malkangiri, the 33-year-old cleared the Odisha Civil Service’s Examination 2019 in his fifth attempt.
Topper of Odisha Civil Services Examination 2019 Aswini Kumar Panda’s story is nothing less than inspirational.
Of the 1,880 candidates who qualified for written examination, 1,610 wrote the main test.
According to the police, the videos clips were taken on the mobile phone by the constable in a resort in Pushkar town of Ajmer district on July 10.
Kerala Volleyball Team of Revenue Sports Board in Kochi have won the silver medals in the All India Civil Services volleyball championship.
Suchiter Sharma said the COVID-19 induced lockdown helped him a lot to concentrate on his studies and fulfil the dream of his parents, who are both teachers and an inspiration for him.
While other youngsters, who cracked the Civils have idolised celebrities in various fields, for Nimishi, her parents are her inspiration.
A total of 761 candidates -- 545 men and 216 women -- have cleared the test, conducted annually to select the country's bureaucrats, diplomats and police officers, among other civil servants.