Do not file RTI to know results: UPSC to candidates

The Union Public Service Commission has advised candidates not to file RTI applications to know results of civil services preliminary examination.

UPSC declares civil services prelims results
UPSC declares civil services prelims results

The results of the civil services preliminary examination conducted by the Union Public Service Commission were declared on Tuesday.

Govt starts selection process for CVC

Centre on Monday began the selection process for Chief of Central Vigilance Commission and sought applications from eligible candidates including serving and retired bureaucrats, besides private persons.

Puducherry selected as centre for civil service exam

Union Public Service Commission has included Puducherry as one of the centres for the all India Civil Service (Preliminary) Examination to be held on Sunday.

Delhi HC to hear PIL against UPSC`s decision on Prelims on Friday

The Delhi High Court agreed to hear on Friday a PIL against UPSC`s recent decision asking civil services aspirants not to answer questions in the English Comprehensive section of the Preliminary Examination to be held on August 24.

Plea over exclusion of English in civil service exam rejected

The Delhi High Court Wednesday refused to provide relief to a civil service aspirant challenging the decision of the UPSC asking candidates to leave questions unanswered in the English comprehensive section in the preliminary test.

Candidates for civil services prelims can`t attend foundation course: Govt

Candidates, who have been allocated IAS, IFS and IPS among others and are also appearing for this year`s civil services preliminary examination, cannot attend Foundation Course, the government has said.

English marks not be included for gradation: UPSC to aspirants

The marks of English Language Comprehension Skills, asked in second paper of civil services (preliminary) examination, will not be included for gradation, the government said on Saturday.

PM Modi issues 19 new commandments for bureaucrats

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has issued a revised list of 19 commandments for officers serving in the civil services.

Govt to call all-party meeting on UPSC exam row

The NDA government on Wednesday said that it will call an all-party meet to resolve the row over UPSC exam.

Govt justifies decision on UPSC exam row; Parliament stalled again

The NDA government on Tuesday sought to justify its decision on resolving the UPSC exam row, after the same failed to assuage the protesting civil services aspirants.

UPSC exam row: NSUI activists protest outside Rajnath Singh`s house

Scores of NSUI activists Saturday staged a protest outside the residence of Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh, demanding scrapping of Civil Services Aptitude Test (CSAT).

Protest at Jantar Mantar over CSAT row

Intensifying their protest against CSAT paper in the UPSC examinations, scores of civil services aspirants staged a demonstration at Jantar Mantar here this afternoon.

Govt declines to give time frame to resolve UPSC exam row

The government Wednesday declined to give a time frame in Rajya Sabha for resolving the row over UPSC examination pattern but promised to solve it soon even as the Opposition targeted BJP ministers for coming out with different statements on the issue.

UPSC protest on, government advises aspirants to stay calm

UPSC aspirants Tuesday continued their protest here demanding scrapping of Civil Services Aptitude Test (CSAT) from the entrance examination. The government advised the aspirants to maintain calm.

UPSC exam row: Govt assures resolution in a week; aspirants intensify protests

Amid continuing protests, Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Monday assured civil services aspirants that the row over CSAT would be resolved within a week.

UPSC aspirants intensify protests; no discrimination, says Govt

The government on Friday sought to assure the civil services aspirants who have been protesting against Civil Services Aptitude Test (CSAT) conducted by the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC).

No proposal to create Indian Medical Service: Govt

The government has not taken any step to create an Indian Medical Service, close on the lines of IAS and IPS, for super specialist doctors, the Rajya Sabha was informed Thursday.

Evidence supports language bias in civil services selection?

As government appointed committee examines the vexed issue of examination format for civil services, there appears certain merit in concerns voiced against the current system.

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.