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Tag: Upsc Exam Pattern

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UPSC Civil Services Exam Pattern To Be Adopted By Punjab

Chandigarh: Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh on Monday announced that the state will adopt the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) pattern by increasing the permissible number of attempts for Punjab Civil Services (PCS) aspirants from the existing four to six in the general category and nine for Backward Classes (BC)(ST), while Scheduled Caste (SC) category […]

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UPSC Exams: Big Update On Change In Exam Pattern And Age Relaxation

New Delhi: The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) received several representations from the Civil Services aspirants demanding additional attempts in Civil Services Examination (CSE) due to change in the pattern from CSE-2011. As per sources, the Government has already acted upon this matter by taking a policy decision for providing an additional attempt in CSE […]

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UPSC Change in Exam Pattern, Age Limit: Major Information For All Civil Services Aspirants

New Delhi: The scheme of Civil Services (Preliminary) Examination was revised with effect from Civil Services Examination (CSE), 2011 on the recommendations of Prof. S.K. Khanna Committee with notification of Civil Services Examination Rules, 2011 by the Government. The earlier objective type paper of optional Subject (in Preliminary stage) was discontinued. Vide these Rules, two […]

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UPSC change in rules, exam pattern: Will civil services aspirants get one more chance?

New Delhi: Several lawmakers have expressed solidarity with the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) aspirants demanding one more attempt to crack the civil services exam claiming they were affected by abrupt changes in rules between 2011 and 2015. Cutting across party lines, the members of Parliament said it was harsh on the part of the […]

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