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2019 UPSC Civil Services prelims: Online registration to close on 18 March at 6 pm; candidates can apply at uspconline.nic.in
India

2019 UPSC Civil Services prelims: Online registration to close on 18 March at 6 pm; candidates can apply at uspconline.nic.in

The online application for the 2019 Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) Civil Services Preliminary examination will close on 18 March at 6 pm, as per the official website upsc.gov.in.

UPSC Civil Services exam 2019: Application for IAS, IPS, IFS exams begins today; check important details at upsc.gov.in
India

UPSC Civil Services exam 2019: Application for IAS, IPS, IFS exams begins today; check important details at upsc.gov.in

The civil services examinations notification will release on Tuesday on the UPSC official website today

UPPSC Lower Subordinate Services mains exam results 2015 declared; check updates on uppsc.gov.in
India

UPPSC Lower Subordinate Services mains exam results 2015 declared; check updates on uppsc.gov.in

Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission (UPPSC) has declared the results for Lower Subordinate Services prelim examinations on Thursday

UPSC implements seven-day deadline for reporting discrepancies in exam papers
India

UPSC implements seven-day deadline for reporting discrepancies in exam papers

It is probably the first time that the UPSC has fixed a deadline for candidates to make representations on exam papers, officials said

UPSC row: Govt says civil services exam will be held as per schedule on 24 August
Politics

UPSC row: Govt says civil services exam will be held as per schedule on 24 August

"As for this year, there is no scope for postponement of (UPSC preliminary) examination," Parliamentary Affairs Minister M Venkaiah Naidu said as opposition created uproar in Rajya Sabha demanding an all-party meeting immediately.

Now, pick your Indian language for Civil Services interview
Politics

Now, pick your Indian language for Civil Services interview

The UPSC has informed the Bombay High Court that candidates would be allowed to take the Civil Services interview in an Indian language.