Aspirants those appeared for civil services preliminary examination in 2011 has given the additional chance this year. Assurance given by the government in this regard last year. All those aspirants who has appeared for civil services examination in 2011 will be given an extra chance this year,” a senior Department of Personnel and Training (DoPT) official said.
Aspirants Sat for UPSC 2011 Got an Extra Chance :
The Union Public Service Commission conducts will conduct the civil servies exam in three phases- the preliminary exam, mains and an interview round. Aspirants those cleared all three rounds makes the candidates eligible for the posts of Indian Administrative Service (IAS), Indian Foreign Service (IFS) and Indian Police Service (IPS), among others.
UPSC has declared the score that set for the Civil Services Aptitude Test (CSAT) 33 percent could be the pass mark. The central government is going to appoint the expert committee to look into the complaints made by the civil services aspirants. This committee will will look into all the aspects like syllabus, eligibility, scoring scheme and paper pattern of the CSAT. Committee appointed by UPSC will take the final decision about the complaints launched by the civil services aspirants. Till then the General Studies paper II (CSAT) will continue as a qualifying exam.
Aspirants had demanded change in Civil Services Aptitude Test (CSAT) or Paper II of civil services preliminary examination. The committee appointed by the UPSC is going to take the final decision about it.
Department of Personnel and Training (DoPT) has given the extra chance for aspirants who appeared for the UPSC Civil Services Preliminary examination in 2011. This was given to the to the people because the paper pattern was changed in 2011, prior to that Paper I included General Studies and the candidates were to choose an optional subject for Paper II. There were several protests against this new scheme, and in 2014 the government decided to not include the English section questions for merit or gradation. This change is made by the UPSC to benefit the non-English medium candidates. On the whole the UPSC has received a registration of 4.72 lakh candidates of which 2.43 lakh appeared for the exams.