New UPSC Exam Format Put On Hold

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New UPSC Exam Format Put On Hold The recent changes incorporated in the exam pattern of Union Public Service Commission (UPSC), which impose a condition of minimum 25 candidates to appear the exam in regional language at a centre and give added predominance to English, met fierce opposition in the Parliament cutting across the party lines.

Members of Parliament (MPs) argued that the condition of requirement of minimum 25 candidates to opt the exam in regional language at a test centre will make injustice to the candidates coming from the rural background and also to those who did their graduation in the regional language. Predominance begin given to English language will once again enslave the country was another point of contention and the MPs raised the slogans of “Angrezi mein kaam na hoga, desh phir ghulam na hoga (No to English, India will not be enslaved again).” This caused the Loksabha to be adjourned.

The Hindi and Non-Hindi camps were observe to be unanimous, which is very rare, was enough for the government to decide to freeze the order.

UPSC examination determine entry to elite services like IAS, IPS, IRS and IFS and have for long been an emotive issue for rural candidates who feel the exam format favours English speaking urban population.

Responding to angry speeches, with some MPs even calling for action against UPSC chairperson, the minister for personnel and training V Narayanasamy announce that the order will be kept in abeyance.

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