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latest Orissa govt jobs 2016
Latest Orissa govt jobs 2016: welcome to latest Orissa state Government jobs in India daily updates current month and navigate to get the Orissa sarkari naukri recruitment notifications. Orissa state name was changed to odisha job hunters seeking Orissa and Odisha are the same govt jobs directory here. Get the latest Orissa state government organizations latest jobs notifications.

Orissa govt jobs 2016
The latest government jobs 2016 of Orissa state updates of all districts, cities especially Orissa PSC, Orissa SSC are major recruitment organizations in the state, other departments revenue, police, Panchayati Raj, teachers recruitment announced list will regularly update.

Latest Orissa govt jobs 2016

Odisha Districts Courts Recruitment 2016: click here

OMC Recruitment 2016 Mangers Posts: click here

IOCL Recruitment 2016: click here

NRHM Odisha Recruitment 2016: click here

Bolangir District Recruitment 2016 Sikshya Sahayak: click here

Keonjhar District Recruitment 2016 Sikshya Sahayak : click here

Nabarangpur District Recruitment 2016 Sikshya Sahayak click here

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Boudh District Recruitment 2016 Teaching jobs click here

Dhenkanal District Recruitment 2016 Lady Matron click here

Mayurbhanj District Recruitment 2016 Teaching Posts click here

Kalahandi District Recruitment 2016 Sikshya Sahayak click here

Malkangiri District Recruitment 2016 Lady: click here        

Collectorate Nabarangpur Recruitment 2016: click here

NRHM Odisha Recruitment 2016: click here

OSSC Recruitment 2016: click here

CRRI Cuttack Recruitment 2016: click here

Odisha Police Constable Recruitment 2016: click here

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Orissa Education
The ruins of a main ancient university and center of Buddhist learning, Ratnagiri, were recently discovered in the Jajapur district of Odisha. The ruins of Ratnagiri University have not been fully excavated yet. Scholars from far-flung lands, such as China, Persia and Greece used to learn astronomy, philosophy, science and mathematics at this renowned university. The oldest universities are Ratnagiri, Taxila and Nalanda.

Orissa State Govt jobs Recruitment Departments
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  • Micro, Small & Medium Enterprise
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  • General Administration
  • Higher Education
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Do you want to Know More About Orissa/Odisha State like population of each district, festivals, dances, Arts & Crafts, Handicrafts, Eminent Personalities of Odisha read below.

District wise population as per 2011 census:
Ganjam: 3,520,151
Cuttack: 2,618,708
Mayurbhanj: 2,513,895
Baleshwar: 2,317,419
Khordha: 2,246,341
Sundargarh: 2,080,664
Jajapur: 1,826,275
Kendujhar: 1,802,777
Puri: 1,697,983
Balangir: 1,648,574
Kalahandi: 1,573,054
Bhadrak: 1,506,522
Bargarh: 1,478,833
Kendrapara: 1,439,891
Koraput: 1,376,934
Anugul: 1,271,703
Nabarangapur: 1,218,762
Dhenkanal: 1,192,948
Jagatsinghapur: 1,136,604
Sambalpur: 1,044,410
Nayagarh: 962,215
Rayagada: 961,959
Kandhamal: 731,952
Subarnapur: 652,107
Malkangiri: 612,727
Nuapada: 606,490
Jharsuguda: 579,499
Gajapati: 575,880
Baudh: 439,917
Debagarh: 312,164

Odisha History:

The country of Kalinga was dominated when King Priyadarshan, favorite of the Gods had been anointed eight years. Its province created a part of the ancient Kalinga of Mahabharat renown. Then the people of Kalinga presented a persistent & dauntless resistance, but they mislaid at last. Ashok the Mauryan King of Magadh, invaded Kalinga in 261 BC and this event has gone down in history as the Great Kalinga war. One hundred thousand were there kill, and many times as lots of died, One hundred and fifty thousand were there from detained. This is what he wrote regarding the Kalinga war in his thirteenth Rock Edict.

The ancient state increases to fame as a realm under Kharavela, a great conqueror and patron of Jainism, in the second half of the 1st century B.C. Other great monarch belonged to the Keshari dynasty and the Eastern Ganga dynasty was also great builders. This was the last war struggle by him after he became the great champion of Buddhism and supports the values of non-violence and peace.

The Kalinga School of structural design flourished from the 7th to 13th century A.D. The Mukteswar Temple is the premium piece of Kalinga architecture. The building of Konark Temple exploited 12 years of state revenue which can be compared to the mighty Moghul Empire, which as well utilized its assets of 12 years for building world eminent Taj Mahal. At formerly the enormous kingdom lengthens from Ganga to Godavari. The prosperous maritime trade with South-East Asian countries i.e. Bornio, Java had brought in a golden period of opulence and wealth. The magnificence of Odisha ended in later half of 16th century.

The most important memorials of this period can be seen in around Puri and Bhubaneswar. It has also shown its military prowess and strength during Buxi Jagabandhu, period of the warrior of Khurda Paikas. The Jagannath Temple of Puri, the Lingaraj Temple of Bhubaneswar famous world heritage Sun Temple at Konark is the epitome of temple statue and architecture.

The famous Chinese pilgrim of Hieuen-Tsang in 7th century who visited Odisha was astonished to see the University of Puspagiri imparting knowledge to countless scholars now lying buried under Buddhist complex at Ratnagiri-Lalitgiri-Udayagiri. In 1936, Odisha is an autonomous state constituted as a separate province by carving out certain portions from the states of Odisha, Madras and Bihar. Famous Kings like Harsha Siladitya and Samudra Gupta came to Odisha on political missions while scholars like Hieuen-Tsang and Prajna came to study at hubs of learning.

Various forecasters visited Odisha, Adi Sankaracharya is visits in the 9th century to Puri very tall fortress of his spiritual message & ideology and to make it a center of his mission. Another Great Saint Ramanujacharya was established the Emar Matha, the propounded of Visista Dwaita philosophy also visited. His modern Pancha Sakha i.e. Sri Achyutananda Das, Yasobanta, Sri Jagannath Das, Ananta & Sri Balaram Das were spiritual stalwarts and literary luminaries of the time. He established four monasteries in four corners of Indian Peninsula out of which the most important “The Gobardhan Pitha” of Puri. Fakir Mohan Senapati, Kabi Surya Baladev Ratha, Kabi Samrat Upendra Bhanja, Pandit Gopabandhu Dash,Radhanath Ray, Kalandi Charan Panigrahi, Sachidananda Routray, Pandit Nilakantha Das, Godabaris Mishra & many others have contributed significantly to the literature & language of Odisha.

In fact, Odisha has become a multi colored, multi dimensional, many splendoured, boisterous& vibrant modern state all set on its journey in the present millennium to make its presence and voice felt in the crannies & nooks of the world through the Universal Cult of brotherhood, plentiful coastline, abundant wild life& forests, sprawling Chilika Lake, colorful canvass of culture & art. Odisha has been resurgent again revitalizing and resuscitating its ancient greatness, glory &.glamour.

Fair and festival:
The major Hindus festivals are Sivaratri, Saraswati Puja, Durga Puja, Lakshmi Puja, Ganesh Puja, Kartik Pjua, Snana Yatra, Janmastami, Dola Purnima (Holi), Kali Puja, Chandan Yatra etc. Christian’s festivals are Christmas, Easter and Good Friday; Id-ul-Fitre, Id-ul-Zolla and Muharram and Guru Nanaks birthday are celebrated by the Muslims.

Odissi (Orissi) dance and music are traditional art forms. There are includes several dances such are Chhau dance, Mahari dance, Gotipua and Ghumura Dance.

Lingaraja Temple, Jagannath Temple, Konark Sun Temple and Maa Sarala Temple

Arts & Crafts:
Patta Chitra, Sand Arts, Tribal Paintings, Rock Paintings, Palm leaf Painting, Jhoti, Chita, Muruja

Brass & Bell Metal Ware, Silver ware and Filigree, Work Terracotta and Pottery, Golden Grass and Cane Works, Applique Works, Horn Works, Sarees and other Fabrics, Stone & Wood Carvings

Eminent Personalities of Odisha
Fakir Mohan Senapati, Utkal Gourav Madhusudan Das, Pandit Gopabandhu Das, Nilakantha Das, Biswanath Das, Gajapati Maharaja Krushna Chandra Dev, Raja Artatran Deo, Biju Pattanaik, Chandra Sekhar Behera, Nandini Satapathy, Kalindi Charana Panigrahi