UNION PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION
Chouhan writes to CMs on UPSC's new merit system
Shivraj Singh Chouhan has urged his counterparts to raise the issue of recent changes by UPSC with PM.
Will disrupt UPSC exams if Marathi is not included: Shiv Sena
Shiv Sena workers today warned they would disrupt the UPSC's exams in the state if their demand to include Marathi in the syllabus was not met.
Controversial UPSC notification kept on hold after uproar in Lok Sabha
Lok Sabha was adjourned during Question Hour today after uproar over "...
UPSC circular to count English marks decried
The UPSC's circular was, however, a bonanza for aspirants hailing from big cities and towns with convent school backgrounds.
DoPT notifies new UPSC format; weightage on general studies
From 2013, there will be four compulsory general studies papers of 250 marks each, and two optional papers of 250 marks each in the CS(Mains) exams.
UPSC suggests changes in Civil Services exams: Govt
The Union Public Service Commission has suggested changes in the prestigious Civil Services examination to make it more relevant in the present day scenario.
Government to retire non-performing bureaucrats
In order to maintain a high standard of efficiency in governance, the Centre is reviewing the performance of all-India service officers.
Govt examining proposal for introducing vote-counting machine
Govt is examining a proposal submitted by the Election Commission for introduction of a machine which can be used for counting of votes during polls.
Top DGCA officer AK Sharan could face axe on malpractice charges
A top DGCA officer could face the axe on charges of serious malpractices by giving clearance to a private flight training school.
Civil Service (Prelims) results declared
The DAF will be available on the website of the Commission from August 1, 2012 till 11.59 pm on August 21, 2012.
World is still not spooked enough by India to sustain a reel genre
The very nature of our spydom — where entrants come via all-India examinations — does not lend itself to cinematic lore.
Cabinet to discuss bill on formation of new aviation regulator this month
The Cabinet will consider later this month a draft legislation to set up a more powerful and passenger-friendly civil aviation regulator.
120 army, paramilitary men to join IPS by next year
Around 120 officers of the army and paramilitary forces are expected to join the Indian Police Service (IPS) by the end of next year through a 'limited' departmental examination.
UPSC exam process flawless: Supreme Court
The Supreme Court has said that the present system of accepting forms for the Civil Services Examination by the UPSC is comprehensive and flawless.
UPSC aspirants can now choose Indian languages for interview
Even those candidates, who give the main exam in English, can now choose English, Hindi or any other Indian language for the interview.
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