Will the UPSC postpone the Civil Services Preliminary Exam 2021?

The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) may postpone the Civil Services (CS) Preliminary Exam 2021 Keeping the circumstances in mind and the start of the second wave which has ruined and shook the whole of India. Every commodity from the administration to a person is concerned about the consequence that COVID-19 will have on the undertakings in India. Whether it is the working of the organizations or the research, everything is now a big question mark.

Civil Services aspirants in India should stay ready to face the challenges of this examination because we know the problems that may occur.

Chances of UPSC Prelims being Postponed 

The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) Civil Services notification for the IAS 2021 Exam were distributed on March 4. The upcoming IAS 2021 Exam will be played on June 27th. The UPSC Civil Services Main Exam 2021 will be communicated from September 17. The IAS 2021 Exam 2021 was hindered by 22 days because of the request in Supreme Court.

IAS 2021 notification broadcasted on March 4 for 712 vacancies. IAS Prelims 2021 Exam is planned to be administered on June 27. The IAS Main Exam 2021 will be conducted from September 17. The IAS announcement 2021 was hampered by 22 days because of the request pending in Supreme Court

Several candidates have requested the UPSC to postpone the Civil Services prelims. The Covid-19 pandemic situation has disturbed their preparation, as many book shops and libraries were closed due to the restrictions. Some candidates have signed an online petition to defer the exam at least by 3 months.

UPSC is yet to take a decision on the postponement of the CSE Prelims 2021 exam. It is most likely that the department will soon take a decision on the same and give clarity whether the exam will be conducted as per the schedule or not. In all probability, an update on the postponement of the Prelims exam can be expected by the last week of May.

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