- Important notice published by UPSC.
- Civil service main exam 2021 from January 7th
- The commission put the necessary inquiries to the state governments.
The commission has decided to hold the UPSC main public service audit in 2021, amid rising COVID19 cases across the country. According to the latest communication from UPSC, the Commission has asked the state governments to ensure that their candidates or examination authorities, especially in containment or micro-containment zones, do not experience any inconvenience (regions) and, if necessary, the candidates’ e-admission card and ID card Examination authorities as identity cards.
The commission has also asked the state government to stop public transport at least one day before the date of the examination, i.e. from January 6 to January 9 and January 14 to January 16, 2022, in order to ensure the smooth movement of people and civil servants switched on at the required level.
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In addition, the guidelines issued by the central and state government for the prevention of covid-19 infection on the day of the examination such as hygiene, social distancing, use of mouth or face protection, disinfectants, etc. are observed. At the same time, there will be a separate exam room for candidates who have a cough, difficulty breathing or other symptoms.
Let us announce that the Union Public Service Commission issued this notice after some candidates appearing at the UPSC Civil Services Main Exam 2021 appealed to the Delhi High Court to take the exam shift.
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Candidates have called for the exam to be postponed because of the rapidly growing threat posed by Omicron, a new variant of the Kovid-19. In the petition, he wrote, “If some candidates take the exam with Kovid, it can harm other candidates as they have to write the work in the same room for 6 hours. However, if candidates are infected, they are prevented from writing further papers in accordance with UPSC guidelines. You run the risk of passing it on to others, including their families.
UPSC Civil Services Main Exam 2021 Notice
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