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OJS exam topper is a son of retired teacher

SONEPUR: Manas Ranjan Pradhan, who topped the Odisha Judicial Service (OJS) exam 2015, feels elated after his name appeared in the list of OJS exam.

“I did not expect to top the OJS exam. But, I was expecting in fourth and fifth,” said Manas.

Manas of Kuhibahal village in Binka block of Sonepur district is a son of retired teacher of Mahada ME School.
Manas did his schooling in the village before joining Rajendra Junior College to complete Plus Two.

Later, he qualified for admission to Madhusudan Law College, Cuttack from where he did five-year integrated law. Manas attributed his success to teachers at the Law College and his parents.

A total 21 candidates have qualified to appear for the viva-voce (interview) of Odisha Judicial Services (OJS) Examinations – 2015. A notification was issued for 69 posts.