HC declines to hear PIL against UPSC`s decision on preliminary examination

The Delhi High Court on Friday declined to hear a PIL against UPSC`s decision asking candidates not to answer questions in English Comprehensive section of the preliminary examination of the civil services to be held on August 24.

HC refuses stay on UPSC exam, raps Centre on seats for visually impaired

The Delhi High Court on Tuesday refused to stay the preliminary examination for civil services, but came down heavily on UPSC and various cadre controlling authorities of the Centre for reserving only two seats for visually impaired candidates.

Govt decision on UPSC exam just an eyewash: NSUI

Terming the changes announced by the government in the civil services preliminary exams as "eyewash", NSUI on Monday said the Centre has "cheated" lakhs of UPSC aspirants.

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.

A glance at UPSC exam process

As the most recent batch of civil service inductees wait get to work, Sanchayan Bhattacharjee takes a look at the UPSC exam process.

UPSC row: Opposition leaders express solidarity with agitating students

Leaders of opposition parties on Friday expressed their solidarity towards disenchanted UPSC students, who have been leading their protests in the capital demanding scrapping of the existing CSAT format.

Panel to look into UPSC exam row

The government said it has formed a three-member committee to look into the UPSC controversy that saw aspirants protesting the changes made in the examination pattern.

UPSC Civil Services Exams 2013: Jaipur`s Gaurav Agrawal first male topper after 4 years

The Union Public Services Commission (UPSC) on Thursday released the list of candidates to be appointed to the highly coveted civil services.

UPSC introduces two more attempts for civil services aspirants

The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has effected major changes in norms of civil services examination like granting aspiring candidates two additional attempts and consequential age relaxations from this year onwards.

1,310 candidates selected in combined medical services exam

1,310 candidates have been selected in Combined Medical Service Examinations, results of which were declared on Tuesday by Union Public Service Commission (UPSC).

Bombay HC orders implementation of 3 pc disabled quota in IAS

Bombay High Court directed Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) and Centre to implement the three per cent quota for the disabled in the IAS as per provisions under the Persons with Disability Act.

Modi slams changes in UPSC exam, alleges anti-Gujarati bias

Narendra Modi described the recent changes in UPSC exam pattern as "a language bias" against Gujarati.

LS members seek govt`s clarification on UPSC exam pattern

Members were on their feet in the Lok Sabha on Thursday when a BJP MP pointed out that UPSC has brought a change in the examination pattern.

Aptitude test to replace prelims in UPSC

Govt has agreed to introduce Civil Services Aptitude Test in place of Preliminary Exam.