UPSC has notified that it will announce the Civil Services exam (prelims) date on June 5. The Civil Services exam, which was earlier scheduled to be held on May 31, has been postponed.
New Delhi: The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has said that it will report the Civil Services test (prelims) date on June 5. “Changed Program of Examinations/RTs-2020 [including the date of the Civil Services (Prel.) Examination-2020] will be transferred on 05.06.2020 in the wake of surveying the circumstance,” the UPSC has told today.
The UPSC held an uncommon gathering today to survey the circumstance after the third period of the across the country limitations, due to COVID-19.
Paying heed to the expansion of a few limitations, the Commission concluded that it won’t be conceivable to continue assessments and meetings, for the present, it said.
The Commission, be that as it may, observed the dynamic relaxations being reported by the Central Government and different States and has chosen to survey the circumstance again, after the fourth time of lockdown. With the end goal of giving some lucidity to competitors of different assessments and meetings, which have been conceded in the course of the most recent two months, the Commission will give an updated timetable of assessments in its next gathering to be hung on June 5, 2020, it included.
The Civil Services test, planned to be hung on May 31, has been deferred due to COVID-19 lockdown. The new test date was relied upon to be reported today, according to the UPSC’s notice discharged on May 4.
Due to COVID-19 lockdown and travel limitations, numerous competitors had mentioned delaying the test to a later date. “Paying heed to the augmentation of limitations, the Commission concluded that it won’t be conceivable to continue assessments and meetings for the present,” the UPSC had said before.
Subsequent to choosing the test date, UPSC will issue concede cards to competitors. The concede cards will be accessible on the official site of UPSC and will have subtleties of the test community, time, meeting, city, and so forth.
In the interim, the UPSC has additionally deferred meetings of the Civil Services test 2019. The individual meeting round is the last period of determination to Civil Services post. Be that as it may, due to COVID-19 episode the progressing interviews were delayed. It has additionally conceded the notice for the Indian Economic Service/Indian Statistical Service Examination, 2020; Combined Medical Services Examination, 2020; Central Armed Police Forces Examination, 2020 and the NDA and Naval Academy Examination, 2020.
More than 5 lakh competitors show up for the Civil Services test each year. The common administrations’ tests are held in three phases – prelims, fundamental, and meeting – by the UPSC to choose officials for the Indian Administrative Service (IAS), the Indian Foreign Service (IFS), and the Indian Police Service (IPS), among others.
Upwards of 796 opportunities were reported by the commission to be filled through the common administration assessment 2020.
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