UPSC Civil Services Exam: The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) will not give another additional opportunity to the Civil Service candidates, who could not appear in their examination due to the epidemic. The central government gave this information to the Supreme Court on Friday. On this, the Supreme Court has asked the Center to file its affidavit in this regard. Now the matter will be heard on 25 January.
The counsel for the Center has told the court that they have received information that the government has not agreed to give UPSC Civil Service candidates an additional chance.
Center informs Supreme Court that no extra attempt for UPSC will be given to aspirants who had their last attempt in October & could not appear due to COVID-19. Court asks center to file an affidavit about the stand taken by it and posted the matter for hearing on Monday, Jan 25. pic.twitter.com/xbPPWAZ3ry
– ANI (@ANI) January 22, 2021
Explain that the apex court had earlier rejected the petition to postpone the UPSC Civil Services Examination due to the COVID-19 epidemic. The exam was held on 4 October.
The court asked the Center to consider providing another opportunity to those civil services candidates who could not appear in their last attempt due to the epidemic.