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Curated By: Sukanya Nandy

Last Updated: November 21, 2023, 14:04 IST

The OSEPA Junior Teacher (Schematic) exam was held between November 3 and 17 (Representative image)

Candidates who took the written exams can check the Odisha OSEPA Junior Teacher answer key 2023 on the official website at osepa.odisha.gov.in

The Odisha School Education Programme Authority (OSEPA) has released the Junior Teacher (Schematic) exam answer key 2023 today, November 21. Candidates who took the written exams can check the answer key 2023 on the official website at osepa.odisha.gov.in. Those who are not satisfied with the answer key may raise objections by November 23.

The OSEPA Junior Teacher (Schematic) exam was held between November 3 and 17. The recruitment drive aims to fill a total of 20000 vacancies. The final results of the exam will be released based on the objections raised in the final answer key. Those who get selected for the posts of Junior Teachers will get a salary of Rs 13,800 excluding EPF of employer share. Following three years of satisfactory service, the salary will be increased to Rs 23,600.

Odisha OSEPA Junior Teacher Answer key 2023: How to raise an objection

Step 1: Go to the official website of OSEPA at osepa.odisha.gov.in

Step 2: Click on the Junior Teacher (Schematic) – 2023 answer key link on the homepage

Step 3: Enter the required credentials

Step 4: The OSEPA Odisha Junior Teacher answer key 2023 will appear on the screen

Step 5: Download the answer key

Step 6: If you want to raise any objection, click on the question you want to raise objection to

Step 7: State the reason

Step 8: Upload the supporting documents

Step 9: Pay the objection fees

Step 10: Save, download, and take a printout of the confirmation page for further reference.

The exam was held for 2 hours 30 minutes. The paper featured all MCQ-type questions carrying two marks each. There were two parts — I and II. Both parts were compulsory. The exam is held for those who want to teach science and arts in schools to students of classes 1 to 5. There is a negative marking of 0.5 marks for each incorrect answer. Candidates will be shortlisted for the posts based on the marks obtained in the main exam.



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