UNION PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION
Civil Services examination results declared, Delhi women among top three
Women candidates have bagged all the three top slots in the prestigious Civil Services examination to select IAS and IPS officers among others.
Additional chance this year for civil services 2011 candidates
Students had last year protested against the pattern of civil services examina...
No change in civil prelims pattern; aptitude test to stay: Government
The aptitude test will continue to be part of civil services preliminar...
UPSC announces Combined Defence Services exam results
The results of Combined Defence Services examination were announced today by Union Public Service Commission with 8,488 candidates qualifying.
UPSC recommends 105 more candidates for civil services
Of the 1,122 successful candidates, 517 were of General category, 326 Other Backward Classes (OBC), 187 Scheduled Caste (SC) and 92 of Scheduled Tribe (ST).
Aspirants to be considered only for services they choose: UPSC
"The candidates will be mandatorily required to fill up their revised service preferences during the period from April 20-27, 2015," the UPSC said.
Online filing of applications for UPSC exam begins
This time the candidates will have the option to choose either the civil services or the Indian Forest Service or both, the UPSC has said.
UPSC exam: Candidates to submit new preferences of services
The candidates will be required to fill up the revised services preferences and submit the same online as per the details or guidelines which will be available on the Commission's website shortly.
Civil services main result likely after Supreme Court hearing on Jat quota
The result of civil services (main) examination is likely to be declared after the Supreme Court hearing on review of reservation for Jat community.
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.
Government may move Supreme Court against ruling on Jat quota
The move came a day after a delegation of Jat leaders met Prime Minister Narendra Modi over quashing of OBC reservation for the community.
All-India Judicial Service unlikely soon
The plan of establishing an all-India service for judicial officers is hanging fire since the 1960s with some states opposing the idea on various grounds.
Send graft cases of IAS officers in time: Centre to states
If the reason stated by the state government seems genuine, the same shall be accepted as a special case, the DoPT said.
States, HCs lack unanimity on All-India Judicial Services
In its 15th report, tabled in May, 2006, the committee had asked the Law Ministry to expedite steps to set up all-India judicial services to appoint district-level judges.
Shortage of IPS officers a national issue: Kiren Rijiju
"Shortage of IPS officers is a national issue. The Home Ministry is taking care to sort out the issue," Minister of State for Home Kiren Rijiju said.
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