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UPSC – Influenced by Central Govt.

          Through many sources you would have hear about the UPSC exams whose attempt has been increased from 4 to 6 and the age limit has increased from 30 to 32 yrs by government. This assurance came from congress vice president Rahul Gandhi. This news is good for all students and people who have attempted 4 times and they still have hope and can give exams. This decision was taken when some aspirants were protesting outside his home. This exam is conducted in three stages – preliminary, mains and interview. The students have to clear this 3 stages to get selected for Indian Administrative Service (IAS), Indian Police Service (IPS), and Indian Foreign Service (IFS) among others.

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UPSC is conducted by Union Public Service Commission and is India’s central agency which is authorized to conduct Civil Services Examination. This commission consist of a chairman and ten members. These members are appointed by President of India. UPSC exams are conducted and many aspirants take parts in it for becoming IAS, IPS etc. but these exams are not as easier as we can think because it contains the question of general knowledge, current affairs etc. which is to be studied and it consist of whole country as well as other nations.


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The decision is taken by central government but it has not yet been decided by the UPSC to be implemented with retrospective effect. As it’s an election time so government can do anything to gain vote so these could be a reason for doing so. However it’s still not clear that the 2 attempts will benefit how long and it will benefit to the students who exhausted in 2013. The Civil services examination (preliminary) is to be scheduled to be held on august 24 this year. The candidates with general category are allowed 4 attempts but it increased to 6, OBC category attempts who were allowed 7 attempts as per rules can now give 9 attempts and there is no cap on attempts of the SC/ST category. Let’s hope what the final decision be taken by UPSC.

!! Best of Luck!!

For all those candidates who will appear for the examination.

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