UPSC postpones public service testing negotiations amid COVID explosion

As the number of COVID cases grows, the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) on Monday announced that it would be postponing discussions scheduled for public service inspections. Candidates will be notified of the commission’s dates 15 days in advance.

In a statement issued earlier in the day, it said the commission was looking at changing circumstances, health issues, restrictions on practices that included anti-social behavior and the dire situation forced by the epidemic. The Commission has decided that it will not be possible to conduct trials and negotiations at this time.

The notice also stated, “Employees’ Provident Fund Organization (EO / AO), Recruitment Test, 2020 which was to be held on May 09, 2021 is therefore suspended. Personality Tests (Interviews) for Indian Economic Service / Indian Statistical Service I -Examination, 2020 (scheduled for 20-23 April, 2021); Civil Services Examination, 2020 (scheduled for April 26, 18th June, 2021) and Recruitment Tests have also been postponed until further notice. “

The dates for the Interviews and Recruitment Test, when baptism candidates and counselors are required to travel from all parts of the country, will be updated from time to time. Similar revised schedules will be announced on the UPSC website, added further.

Any other decision of the Commission regarding tests, appointments and interviews will be available immediately on the Commission’s website.

“If the dates of the postponed examination / negotiation are determined and determined, it will be ensured that the candidates are given at least 15 days’ notice,” the notice said.

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