Government jobs In Odisha


Post Date Recruitment BoardPost NameQualification Advt NoLast DateMore Information
12/10/2018 OSSSCExcise Constable – 219 10th ----12-11-2018Details & Applyi
12/10/2018OPSCProfessor – 107 M.Ch, MD----24-11-2018Details & Apply
07/09/2018District Judge, SundargarhJr Clerk­cum-Copyist, Jr Typist, Stenographer Gr III – 13 Posts
10+2-----04 -10-2018Apply
06/07/2018 Odisha Forest Development Corporation LtdAsst Manager & Jr Manager – 45 POSTMiddle Class/ Matric, Any Degree---25-07-2018DETAILS&APPLY
03/07/2018Odisha PoliceSepoy/ Constable (Male) – 2021 PostsHigh School---26-07-2018DETAILS&APPLY

Odisha has abundant natural resources and a large coastline. has emerged as the most preferred destination for overseas investors with investment proposals.It contains a fifth of India’s coal, a quarter of its iron ore, a third of its bauxite reserves and most of the chromite. Rourkela Steel Plan was the first integrated steel plant in the public sector in India, built with collaboration of Germany.

Rourkela Steel Plant

Arcelor-Mittal has also announced plans to invest in another mega steel project amounting to $10 billion. Russian major Magnitogorsk Iron and Steel Company (MMK) plans to set up a 10 MT steel plant in , too. Bandhabahal is a major area of open cast coal mines in Odisha. The state is attracting an unprecedented amount of investment in aluminium, coal-based power plants, petrochemicals, and information technology as well. In power generation, Reliance Power (Anil Ambani Group) is putting up the world’s largest power plant with an investment of US $13 billion at Hirma in Jharsuguda district.

In the year 2009 Odisha was the second top domestic investment destination with Gujarat first and Andhra Pradesh in third place according to an analysis of ASSOCHAM Investment Meter (AIM) study on corporate investments. Odisha’s share was 12.6 percent in total investment in the country. It received investment proposal worth ₹. 2,00,846 crore during the last year. Steel and power were among the sectors which attracted maximum investments in the state.