UPSC aspirants who didn't appear in 2011 to get extra chance

Central Administrative Tribunal has come to the rescue of those civil services aspirants who applied but did not take the premilinary examination in 2011 due to the introduction of CSAT, by asking UPSC to provisionally allow them an additional attempt this year.

Committee to examine age relaxation for civil services exam

An expert committee will examine various issues related to age relaxation, eligibility, syllabus and pattern of civil services examination to select IAS and IPS officers, the government said on Thursday.

UPSC exam results marksheets put online; civil services topper scored 53 percent

The topper of civil services examination has got about 53 per cent, thus showing the strict pattern of civil services examination conducted by the Union Public Service Commission for selecting country's top bureaucrats.

UPSC encourages women to apply for civil services exam

In order to ensure gender balance in workforce, the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has encouraged women candidates to apply for the prestigious civil services examination to select IAS and IPS officers.

Let upper age of civil services aspirants remain: CPI-M

The CPI-M on Friday urged the government not to reduce the upper age limit and the number of attempts by applicants for the civil services examinations.

UPSC row: PM Modi holds emergency meeting with Rajnath, Jitendra Singh

Soon after returning to India after a two-day visit to Nepal, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday night met with senior ministers of NDA government like Rajnath Singh (Home), Arun Jaitley (Finance) and Jitendra Singh (MoS, Personnel) and got a briefing over the prolonged Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) issue, reports said.

Committee submits report on pattern of civil services exams

A committee formed to look into the possibilities of bringing changes in pattern of civil services examination among others on Thursday submitted its report to the government.

Rahul promises to look into problems of UPSC aspirants

Rahul Gandhi today assured a delegation of Civil Services aspirants that no injustice will be done to them and he will raise their concerns at all appropriate fora.

Civil services aspirants demand change in syllabus

Scores of civil services aspirants have demanded that the syllabus for UPSC examinations to select IAS, IFS, and IPS officers be changed to give level-playing field to those coming from rural areas.

UPSC aspirants demand age relaxation, protest outside Rajnath Singh`s residence

Aspirants of Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) protested outside Home Minister Rajnath Singh`s residence here on Saturday, demanding scrapping of C-SAT (Aptitude Test) and age relaxation for 2011 candidates.

Below 1% quota for visually impaired; Centre told to respond

The Delhi HC issued notices to Centre on a PIL seeking quashing of an examination notice of UPSC for the upcoming Civil Services Examination on the ground of non-compliance of one per cent quota for visually impaired applicants.

Super 30 fame Anand Kumar seeks six chances for IITs like UPSC

Mathematician Anand Kumar on Monday urged the union government to give six chances in joint entrance examination for IITs as it is in the case of civil services examination.

Women shine in Civil Services Examination 2012

The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) on Friday declared the result of Civil Services Examination, and it was topped yet again by a woman.

DoPT notifies new UPSC format; weightage on general studies

Aimed at overhauling civil service examinations, a new pattern giving more emphasis on assessing general studies and aptitude skills of aspirants has been notified by the government.

Prohibitory orders imposed in Ghaziabad district

Prohibitory orders have been
clamped in Ghaziabad district for a month keeping in view the
provincial civil services examination, due this month and
which will witness thousands of examinees, officials said
on Thursday.