Follow us : facebook   -  Useful Videos  
What's Hot
Latest Updates
More Updates

Union Public Service Commission [UPSC] Allows Civil Services Preliminary Candidates to Change Exam Centres - Check Details
[Published on: 01.07.2020]


The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has allowed candidates to change their centres for the civil services preliminary examination, scheduled on 04th October, 2020.

  • The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has allowed candidates to change their centres for the civil services preliminary examination, scheduled on 04th October, 2020. Keeping in view the large number of candidates of the civil services (preliminary) examination, 2020 (including the Indian Forest Service (preliminary) examination, 2020) and requests received from the candidates for changing their centers, the Commission has decided to give an opportunity to them to submit their revised choice of centre, the UPSC said in a statement on Wednesday.
  • Besides this, the option to change the centers for the civil services (main) examination, 2020, and the Indian Forest Service (main) examination, 2020, is also being made available, it said. The window of submitting the revised choice of Centers by the candidates will be operational in two phases i.e. 7th-13th July, 2020 (06:00 PM) and 20th-24th July, 2020 (06:00 PM) on the Commissions website The candidates are advised to visit the website and submit their choices of centers of the above examination, if required, the statement said.
  • The request for change will be considered against the enhanced capacity intimated by the centers for accommodating additional candidates, it said.
  • The candidates may please note that their requests for change in the centers will be considered based on the principle of first-apply-first-allot basis (which is followed in all the examinations of the Commission and was mentioned in the examination notices of the civil services (preliminary) examination, 2020 and Indian Forest Service examination, 2020) and once the capacity of a particular centre is attained, the same will be frozen, the Commission said.
  • The candidates, who cannot get a centre of their choice due to ceiling, will be required to choose a centre from the remaining ones, it said.
  • Originally, the civil services preliminary examination 2020 was scheduled to be held on 31st May 2020, but it had to be postponed to 04th October 2020, due to the coronavirus pandemic.
  • The civil services examination is conducted annually in three stages preliminary, main and interview -- by the UPSC to select officers for the Indian Administrative Service (IAS), the Indian Foreign Service (IFS) and the Indian Police Service (IPS), among others. Lakhs of aspirants take the examination every year to be part of the countrys coveted civil services. The UPSC has also decided to make a withdrawal window available to the candidates on the Commissions website during the period from 1st-8th August, 2020 to allow them to withdraw their application from the test, the statement said.
  • All the terms and conditions of the withdrawal of application will be the same as have been mentioned in the examinations notice issued in February this year, it said.
  • Candidates must note that once the application has been withdrawn by the candidate, it cannot be revived in future under any circumstances, the statement added.

Examination Results 2021
Examination Schedule 2021
Notifications 2021
News Updates 2021
Disclaimer Neither we nor the colleges/institutions hold any responsibility on account of the accuracy of the content provided. we are not responsible for any inadvertent error that may have crept in the process of data aggregation. Kindly visit the respective college website for latest information.
This website contains consolidated links, admission information and online application forms for applying to several Colleges. We are constantly extending our support to Parents/Students who may face difficulties in understanding the various aspects of the online admission process. Kindly feel free to send us your queries and feedback by Clicking Here.