UPSC CSE Aspirants Want Additional Attempts, Age Relaxation Based On Compassionate Ground!! UPSC – Union Public Service Commission CSE campaigner need the more attempts, age relaxation on compassionate ground pandemic of corona virus has a lasting impact on students who have been preparing for various competitive and recruitment examinations.
At the time of first and second wave of the corona virus across the world, thousands of students missed their last chance due to the exhausted attempts and age bar to write exam including the Civil Services exam CSE, conducted by the UPSC. Many UPSC CSE campaigners conducted a calm protest at the Jantar Mantar in Delhi to achieve their demands and at the same time execute a digital campaign through online.
Little number of the students could not take the exam as they were involved with pandemic duties under the essential services categories, during the first and second waves of the corona virus. Some aspirants missed their opportunity to attempt due to illness, loss of lives in the family, being a caregiver to infected persons, poor internet connectivity among a host of other reasons.
According to the statement of the UPSC in the Supreme Court, 0.97% (10,336) of total candidates registered for the exam was those who had their last attempt in 2020. By 2021, around 15,000 students are who exhausted their last attempt for the CSE. On considering the eligibility rules, General and Economically Weaker Section (EWS) part students have maximum six attempts up to the age of 32 at the same time OBC, Defense Services Personnel and Persons with Benchmark Disability (PwBD) candidates can appear for nine time till the age of 35. Candidates till the age of 37 years have a provision of unlimited attempts for SC/ST categories.
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