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Ira Singhal's journey to the top of the UPSC heap is a signal of hope for every disabled person battling the odds
Her big UPSC success is a story of both travails and triumphs — not just for her but many UPSC aspirants who suffer from a range of disabilities.
Panel's report on civil services exam pattern in six months
The civil service examination is conducted by Union Public Service Commission ann...
Modi's babu problem: Expectations high from PM but he must fix bureaucratic talent crunch to deliver
Expectations high from Prime Minister bu...
Over 15,000 qualify civil services prelims exam: UPSC
The results of the preliminary exam were declared within 50 days of conducting the exam. It is the shortest ever duration.
Civil services examination topper Ira Singhal gets home cadre
Ira Singhal, who topped the civil services examination, has been given home cadre--union territories--to work as IAS officer.
Why extra chance to only those who did not appear in 2011: Allahabad HC to UPSC
The Central Administrative Tribunal had passed an order for giving an extra chance to those candidates who could not appear in 2011.
No UPSC consultation for appointment of IB officials in PMO
A mandatory requirement of consulting UPSC for appointment of Intelligence Bureau (IB) officials on deputation basis to PMO has been done away with by the government.
Government allocates services in record 40 days
Candidates who have qualified for the civil services examination have been allocated central government services in record time of 40 days.
Centres to have at least one venue for visually impaired: UPSC
All centres across the country will have at least one venue for visually impaired candidates appearing in this year's civil services preliminary examination scheduled to be held on August 23.
NSA Ajit Doval, Union minister Nirmala Sitharaman & other MPs keen to harness solar energy
Sitharaman’s office confirmed that discussions were on to work on a comprehensive solar power plan for Pedamainavanilanka and Thurputallu villages.
Civil services topper got 53 per cent; mark sheets put online
The mark sheets of the candidates who qualified the civil services (main) examination and those who could not, have also been put in public domain.
About 4.65 lakh appear in civil services prelims exam: UPSC
About 4.65 lakh candidates today appeared for civil services preliminary examination across the country.
AIIMS doctor clears UPSC despite having nerve palsy
A Punjab doctor who suffered a freak injury to his right hand in 2012 taught himself to write with his left hand and succeeded in clearing the UPSC exam.
Blind, cerebral palsy-affected candidates can use scribe: UPSC
Candidates suffering from blindness, locomotor disability and cerebral palsy can use scribes to write civil services preliminary and main examination, the Union Public Service Commission has said.
Why transgender not an option in civil service exam form: Delhi HC
The PIL, filed by advocate Jamshed Ansari, has also sought addition or inclusion of transgender as an eligibility criteria or gender option in the online application forms for the exam.
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