Central government requests UPSC to defer the preliminary exam date
UPSC preliminary exam is scheduled to held on august 24, Dr Jitendra Singh, Union Minister of State for Personnel said until a clear decision reached in civil service pattern related issue government intends to defer the exam.
Civil service exam aspirants staged a protest in front of the house of union home minister Rajnath singh to remove Civil Services Aptitude Tests, due to this union government urges the UPSC to postpone the exam.
CSAT scheme was introduced in the year 2011, this was added in preliminary exam to test analyzing skills of persons who want to join civil service jobs in comprehensive manner. But civil service exam aspirants saying that CSAT reduces the quality of the recruitment, it is present in such a way to impact the future of examiners also it creates discrimination between hindi and other medium students.
They also insist the UPSC to give age relaxation up to four years.
The commission was set up in India in 1926 and it is working over 86 years to conduct various examinations such as NDA, IES, Civil Service, etc. for the exams UPSC receives application through their online website. In the website new date may be informed soon if UPSC plans to change the date. If you registered for the civil service exam which is to be conducted on august 24 you may contact the commission for any help.
If you wish to see the upcoming UPSC exams you may visit www.upsc.gov.in all the latest recruitments are published here along with the link to fill application form. UPSC exams are informed to the public through employment news paper, daily magazines and other medias. UPSC is the short term of union public service commission, more about the commission is available at UPSC website.