UNION PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION
Committee submits report on pattern of civil services examinations
A committee formed to look into the possibilities of bringing changes in pattern of civil services exam today submitted its report to the govt.
Government declines to give timeframe to resolve UPSC exam row
The govt promised to solve the issue soon even as the Opposition targeted BJP ...
Rajnath Singh holds high-level meet on civil services exam row
A three-member govt appointed committee is looking into the demands of civil s...
CSAT test: Government says looking at issue with sensitivity
Minister of State for Personnel and Training Jitendra Singh blamed the Opposition for disrupting the proceedings in the Rajya Sabha.
Seeking clarity on syllabus government urges UPSC to defer preliminary exam due in August
There was no confirmation from the UPSC on whether the preliminary exams will be rescheduled from its present date of August 24.
Puducherry selected as centre for civil service examinations
Union Public Service Commission has included Puducherry as one of centres for all India Civil Service (Preliminary) Examination.
English language a necessity for civil servants
For the government to make concessions to the populist demand to scrap the English comprehension portion of the UPSC preliminary examination is unfortunate.
Rockstand in discussions with SAIF Partners, Accel Partners and Sequoia Capital to raise up to $10 million
A potential funding round, the first for Rockstand, is expected to be closed before the end of the current calendar year.
I-T sends Letters Rogatory to Gulf, European countries in Qureshi case
The department, after preliminary investigation in this case for about a month, recently issued notices to former CBI Director A P Singh and his wife.
I-T department issues notice to ex-CBI chief AP Singh, wife in Moin Qureshi probe
The investigation wing of the department has asked Singh and his wife to furnish details pertaining to their personal finances and transactions.
Decision on postponing civil services exam after committee report: Government
Earlier in the day, Singh urged the UPSC to postpone the preliminary exam till there is clarity on the syllabus and exam pattern.
Govt urges UPSC to postpone Civil Services prelim exam till there is clarity on the syllabus
ABVP activists had staged protests outside the UPSC office demanding scrapping of CSAT, saying it was putting Hindi language aspirants at a disadvantage.
UPSC introduces 2 more attempts for civil services aspirants
There will also be consequential age relaxations from this year onwards. A candidate between the age group of 21 and 32 years as on Aug 1, 2014 can take the exam.
Two more attempts for Civil Services aspirants from this year
Civil Services aspirants will get two more additional attempts from this year onwards to write the prestigious exam without change in its format
Former IIT professor Hem Chandra Gupta becomes UPSC member
Ex- professor of Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Delhi, Hem Chandra Gupta has been appointed as member of Union Public Service Commission (UPSC).
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