Postpone UPSC Civil Services Prelims 2020 – SC Advocate Alakh Alok Srivastava writes to UPSC. Alakh Alok Srivastava, Senior Advocate of the Supreme Court of Indian has recently written a letter to the Union Public Service Commission to postpone the Civil Services Prelims Exam 2020. Union Public Service Commission, UPSC Civil Services 2020 prelims is scheduled for October 4, 2020. Due to increase in number of COVID19 cases the Supreme Court advocate has written a letter to UPSC. Stay alert with us to get further updates.
UPSC IAS exam is the most prestigious exam in the country and lakhs of candidates dream about the Indian Administrative Services as their dream job. IAS exam is the most coveted exam in India conducted by the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC).
UPSC recruits the candidates for Indian Administrative Services (IAS), Indian Police Services (IPS) and Central Civil Services including the Indian Foreign Services through this exam.
In Alakh Alok Srivastava letter, He pointed out that many of the aspirants who have applied for the UPSC Prelims examination are at present working as frontline COVID warriors. Adding to the situation, the floods in many parts of the country has also made the situation grim and worthy of thought.
He further added that, “Considering that a large number of Civil Services aspirants are likely to appear in the said exam, there is a strong likelihood of alarming spurt of COVID19 cases pursuant to such large scale gatherings at Civil Services Exam centres in the month of October, 2020”.
UPSC IAS 2020 prelims exam will be conducted on October 4. After various considerations, UPSC postponed the IAS exam 2020 for almost four months. IAS 2020 main exam was also postponed to January 2021.
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