UPSC exam: Visually impaired candidates to get extra time

Visually impaired candidates appearing for civil services preliminary examination will get 40 minutes extra time per paper, the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) said Friday.

Rajni Razdan takes over as new UPSC chief

Rajni Razdan on Saturday took over as new chairman of Union Public Service Commission, which conducts the prestigious civil services examination to select IAS, IFS and IPS officers among others.

Delhi BJP welcomes govt`s decision on UPSC exam

Welcoming the changes announced by the Central government in civil services preliminary exams, Delhi BJP on Monday said the decision has solved the basic problem of the UPSC aspirants.

Civil services exam row: Students end indefinite fast

Scores of students, protesting against the existing pattern of civil services examination, on Wednesday ended their indefinite fast.

PM pats PMO staff member`s son who cleared civil services exam

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday congratulated Rajesh Kumar, son of a PMO staff member, who cleared civil services examination.

Metro stations near CSE prelims centres on DMRC website

Candidates appearing for the Civil Services Preliminary Examination have got a helping hand from Delhi Metro which has compiled a list of stations nearest to the 356 exam centres in the national capital.

UPSC mulling to put civil services exam answer sheets online

Conceding to the longstanding demand of civil service aspirants, the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) is mulling to put online the scanned copies of answer sheets of the candidates writing the prestigious examination.

J&K youth continue to shine in Civil Services exam

A year after Shah Faesal top the prestigious IAS examination, 11 candidates from the Jammu and Kashmir succeeded in making to the final list of the elite Union civil services examination.

UPSC withdraws mandatory English norm in civil services exams

The UPSC has withdrawn changes suggested by it in civil services mains examination, dropping mandatory English language paper requirement.

ABVP opposes new civil services exam pattern, to stage protest

ABVP has opposed changes in the mains examination pattern of civil services, claiming the inclusion of compulsory English paper will virtually block entry of Hindi medium students to elite services.

PM approves changes in civil services exam pattern

Changes in civil services exam patterns have been approved by Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, paving way for a new format which will give more weightage to general studies.

10 from J&K crack prestigious Civil Services Exam

Kashmir`s young have been in the news for wrong reasons in the recent years -- tragic deaths, stone-pelting, clashes with security forces in the aftermath of a long spell of insurgency.

Ten from Kashmir crack civil services exam

With 10 from Jammu and Kashmir clearing this year`s all-India civil services exams, the state is only next to UP and Bihar.

`Civil services exam format to be revamped`

The UPSC is reviewing the existing structure of civil services (main) examination and will suggest necessary changes.

Tihar`s IAS aspirants all set for a second attempt

Failure to crack the civil services exam has not dampened the spirits of 3 inmates of Tihar Prisons.

Now Indian languages in UPSC interviews

UPSC has informed the Bombay HC that candidates, who opt for an Indian language medium for the written Civil Services exam, can henceforth either choose the same Indian language, English or Hindi for the interview.

Three Tihar inmates appear in civil services exam

Among the thousands of civil services aspirants are three inmates of Tihar Prisons.

DIG cheers as proteges crack civil services exam

A year after one of his proteges
topped the civil services examination, IPS officer Abdul Gani
Mir has reason to cheer this time also with two of his
students making it to the prestigious career.