Odisha High Court ASO Exam Date, Syllabus, Other Eligibility 2022

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Odisha High Court Recruitment 2022 – Odisha High Court has released a notification for the recruitment of 202 in Assistant Section Officer(ASO) in Group-B Posts. Candidates who are interested in this recruitment and want to apply they can apply online through its official website https://www.orissahighcourt.nic.in/. Candidates can apply online from 18 January 2022 to 20 March 2022 which has been closed now. Complete details about Odisha High Court Recruitment 2022 Application last date, Age limit, Qualification, Exam pattern , Selection process, Salary etc are given below.

Odisha High Court Recruitment 2022
Odisha High Court Recruitment 2022

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Odisha High Court ASO Salary Details:-

The Assistant Section Officer (ASO) posts of Odisha High Court in Group-B in the scale of pay of Rs.35,400 – Rs.l,12,400 with usual Dearness and other Allowances as may be sanctioned by the Government of Odisha
from time to time. The recruitment shall be conducted in accordance with the provisions of “The High Court of Orissa (Appointment of Staff and Conditions of Service) Rules, 2019.” 

Odisha High Court ASO Vacancy Details:-

The Vacancy is according to category wise and it also reserved for women are as follows:-

Serial No. Category No. of Posts
1) Unreserved 105(Women:-35)
2) SEBC 23(Women:-08)
3) Scheduled Caste 22(Women:-07)
4) Scheduled Tribe 52(Women:-17)
Total 202(Women:-67)

Odisha High Court ASO Age Limit:-

A candidate must be above 21 (twenty-one) years of age and below 32 (thirty two) years of age on the 1st date of August, 2022.The upper age is relaxable upto 5 years in case of SC, ST, SEBC
& Women and upto 10 years for PwDs. Persons with disabilities belonging to SC/ ST/ SEBC categories are eligible to get cumulative age relaxation of 15 years i.e. 10 years under PwD category and 5 years
under SC/ST/SEBC category. Age relaxation for Ex-servicemen candidates for availing relaxation and reservation benefits will be as per government rules prescribed for the purpose.

Odisha High Court ASO Educational Qualification

A candidate must possess a Bachelor’s Degree in any discipline from a recognised University or such other qualification equivalent thereto. He/ she must have adequate knowledge in Computer Application.

Odisha High Court ASO Fee Structure

A candidate is required to pay a non-refundable and nonadjustable fee of Rs.500 / – (Rupees five hundred) only through online by using debit card/ credit card/net banking system. Candidates belonging to Schedule Caste and Schedule Tribe and Persons with Disability are exempted from payment of examination fee.

Odisha High Court ASO Syllabus

The Syllabus for the post of Assistant Section Officer (ASO) of Odisha High Court in this examination which consist of  4 Stage:-

1)Preliminary Examination/Test

2)Written Examination

3)Computer Application Test

4)Viva-Voce

1)Preliminary Examination/Test:-150 marks (2 hours
duration)

The Preliminary Test shall carry 150 marks in accordance with the Graduation Course on the subjects of General English, General Knowledge, Logical Reasoning and Quantitative Aptitude. In such
Preliminary Test there shall be 150 numbers of Objective Type of Questions with Multiple Choice Answers.
There shall be Negative Marking of 0.5 (half) mark for each wrong answer. The Court shall call for the candidates for Written Examination, who have secured not less than 33% of marks in case of Scheduled Caste & Scheduled Tribe candidates and 40% of marks in case of others in the Preliminary Examination.
Provided that, the High Court shall decide the number of candidates to be called to sit in the Written Examination on the basis of result of the candidates in the preliminary examination and the cut off mark in the preliminary test shall be determined accordingly.

2)Written Examination :- 

So far as Written Examination is concerned, English Paper shall be of qualifying nature, and if a candidate belonging to General Caste does not obtain at least 45% of the Full Marks in the Paper and if a
candidate belonging to SC or ST category does not obtain at least 33% of the Full Marks in the Paper, other Papers such as Mathematics and General Awareness & test of Reasoning shall not be evaluated and
he/she shall be deemed to have been disqualified.
Provided that, the marks secured by a candidate in English, as provided above in this Rule, shall not be taken into account while drawing up the final merit list.
Notwithstanding the aforesaid provisions, the Chief Justice, may reduce the qualifying marks at his / her discretion to meet the exigency of non-availability of sufficient number of candidates.

Subject Marks Duration
English

(Essay, Precis writing,
Translation, Retranslation
and Grammar)

100 2 Hours
Mathematics

(Arithmetic, Algebra,
Mensuration, Statistics &
Probability.)

100 2 Hours
General Awareness& Test of
Reasoning
(Current Affairs, National &
International events, Major
financial/ economic news, Budget
& Five year plans, Books &
Authors, Awards & Honours,
Abbreviations, Important Days,
Who’s Who, Sports, General
Science, International & National
Organization, History, Geography,
Politics, Civics and Culture.)
100 1 Hours

3)Computer Application Test:-

Computer Fundamentals, Windows (MS- Windows), MS Office (Word, Excel & Power Point), Linux Fundamental and open office application, Usage of Internet Operation, Communication Technology, Networking Concepts (LAN, Ethernet, Broad Band, Wireless) and Digital Signature.

Computer Application Marks Duration
1)Theory 50 1/2 Hours
2)Skill Test 50 1/2 Hours

The Court shall call the candidates for Computer Test, who have secured not less than 45% of marks in aggregate and a minimum of 33% of marks in each paper in the Written Examination. Such marks
in case of Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe candidates shall be 40% and 30% respectively.
Provided further that, Computer Test shall be qualifying in nature, and the qualifying mark shall be 50% of the total marks in the said paper. Such mark obtained in Computer Test shall not be taken into account while drawing up the final merit list.

4)Viva-Voce:- 40 Marks

The marks secured by the candidate(s) in the Viva-Voce Test shall be added to the marks obtained by him / her in the Written Examination so as to arrive at the total marks secured by him / her, and the names of the candidates shall be arranged in order of merit on the basis of such total marks.
Provided that, the names of the candidates shall not be included in the Merit List, unless such candidates secure a minimum of 40% of marks in the Viva-Voce Test.
If two or more candidates secure equal marks in aggregate, the order or merit shall be determined in accordance with the marks secured at the Written Examination, and if the marks secured at the Written Examination of the candidates concerned is also equal, then the order of merit shall be decided as to who is older in age, and the person older in age shall be placed above the other candidate.

Odisha High Court ASO Notification

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Is the Odisha High Court ASO Admit Card 2022 released?

Yes it will be released on from 20th September 2022 till the date of commencement of Examination.

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Is the choice of Examination Centre is opened?

Yes, it will continue from 10th September 2022 to 16th September 2022.

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