Union public service commission Thursday said that it is maintaining a reserve list of candidates in addition to 829 selected through the civil service examination 2019 against 927 vacancies reported by the government.
According to a statement issued by the UPSC that less number of candidates were selected through the test.
“For recruitment 2020 for standard civil service examination, the commission strictly goes by the rules of examination as notified by the government of India. It is hereby clarified that as against 927 vacancies for civil service examination 2019, the commission, in the first instance, has released the result of an 829 candidate and has also maintained a reserve list, stated UPSC.
The reserve list has adequate number of aspirants to keep their any short for arising out of preferences excise to by some candidates. The result of civil service examination were announced on Tuesday. A total of a, 829 candidates qualified in the examination and they were recommended for different civil services UPSC conducts the civil service examination annually in three faces preliminary, main and interview to select candidates for the Indian administrative service, Indian foreign service and Indian police service.UPSC is mandated to keep the reserve list confidential till the process of such exercise of preference is over in accordance with Rule 16(5) of the civil service examination rules,2019, the statement added.