UPSC requires 5,000 invigilators for civil services exam

 Citing increase in the number of IAS and IPS aspirants, the UPSC has sought from the Centre services of about 5,000 invigilators for this year's civil services examination.

UPSC postpones Civil Services exams notification

The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has postponed the date for issuance of notification for Civil Services examination 2015 without citing any reason.

Civil Services 2011 candidates to get extra chance this year

Candidates who had appeared in the civil services examination in 2011 will get another chance this year.

No change in civil prelims pattern; aptitude test to stay: Govt

 The aptitude test will continue to be part of civil services preliminary examination and there is no change in the pattern as of now, it was officially stated here on Wednesday.

First RAW officer appointed in UPSC

 Arvind Saxena, in-charge of Aviation and Research Centre of external snooping agency RAW, was on Friday appointed as a member of UPSC becoming the first officer of 32-year Research and Analysis Service to be named to the commission.

UPSC recommends 105 more candidates for civil services

As many as 105 candidates, who were put on a reserve list, have been declared qualified for the civil services examination 2013 by Union Public Service Commission (UPSC).

Corporate espionage case: Police chargesheet against three accused

Delhi Police on Thursday filed charge sheet against three arrested accused, including two government officials, in the corporate espionage case for allegedly possessing "sensitive" documents relating to various ministries.

Civil services exam: Candidates asked to download e-call letter for interview

Call letters for personality test will not be sent by post to the candidates who have cleared the civil services (main) examination, Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has said.

Civil services exam:Candidates asked to download e-call letter for interview

 Call letters for personality test will not be sent by post to the candidates who have cleared the civil services (main) examination, Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has said.

Aspirants to be considered only for services they choose: UPSC

Candidates, who qualify the prestigious civil services examination will be considered only for the central government services they opt for and not others, the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has said.

Civil services exam: Candidates to submit new preferences

Candidates, who have qualified the civil services (main) examination will have to mandatorily submit a new order of preferences of services they intend to join after their final selection, the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has said.

UPSC declares civil services (main) examination results

The results of civil services (main) examination, 2014 were declared on Sunday night by the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC).

UPSC to conduct NDA, Naval Academy examinations on April 19

The Union Public Service Commission will be conducting the National Defence Academy (NDA) and Naval Academy (NA) examinations at different venues located in 41 centres throughout the country on April 19 this year.

Govt likely to move Supreme Court against order on Jat quota
Govt likely to move Supreme Court against order on Jat quota

Seeking a review of its ruling quashing Jat quota, the government is likely to move the Supreme Court as the order has forced UPSC to put on hold the final results of the Civil Services (Mains) Examination.

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UPSC declares 2014 Engineering Services exam result

589 candidates have been declared successful in the Engineering Services examination, 2014, result of which was announced on Wednesday by the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC).

Woman tops IFS exams

A woman has topped the Indian Forest Service (IFS) examinations, 2014 results of which were announced on Wednesday by Union Public Service Commission (UPSC).

AP Singh's resignation as CBI Director accepted but questions remain

The sudden resignation of former CBI Director AP Singh, who had come under cloud following his alleged links with the controversial meat exporter Moin Qureshi, has been accepted by the President but questions remain over his decision to quit as member of the UPSC.

No proposal to reduce age limit for civil services: Govt

There is no proposal at present before the government to reduce the upper age limit and number of attempts in civil service examination, the Lok Sabha was informed on Wednesday.

Parliament session: AAP to raise black money, language row

Aam Aadmi Party will raise issues including black money and the ongoing language row in the winter Session of Parliament which started on Monday, the party said today.