‘Save us from corruption,’ said OSSC CGL candidates, who want the descriptive type removed from the main exam.

OSSC CGL candidates want the descriptive type removed from the main exam.

by Subhechcha Ganguly

Job hunters’ long wait is now over, as the much-awaited online application process for the Combined Graduate Level Recruitment Examination 2022 began today.

The Odisha Staff Selection Commission is holding a recruitment drive to fill 1267 vacancies in various ministries of the Odisha government, comprising 755 Group B and 512 Group C positions (OSSC). However, applicants have strongly opposed the OSSC’s choice to hold the CGL’s main test in the descriptive or subjective type format (pen and paper mode).

Aspirants believe that holding the main examination in descriptive type format will lead to more corruption and have urged that it be held in objective type (MCQ) and computer based test (CBT) format to ensure transparency.Aspirants turned to Twitter to press their case, using the hashtag #Remove Descriptive from OSSC CGL Mains to ask OSSC chairman Abhay to remove the descriptive type.

“Sir, we respectfully request that you remove the descriptive paper from the Mains written test.” As in descriptive, both students will receive different marks for the identical response, and SSC has abolished it from SSC CGL this year,” an aspirant suggested.

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