UPSC Mains Exam: Hearing on petition seeking postponement of UPSC Civil Services Mains exam will be held shortly

UPSC Civil Services Mains: The hearing in the Delhi High Court on a petition seeking postponement of the UPSC Civil Services Mains examination is about to begin shortly.

Hearing on the petition seeking to postpone the Civil Services Mains examination will be held shortly (indicative picture)

UPSC Civil Services Mains: Delhi High Court will hear the petition seeking postponement of UPSC Civil Services Mains examination in a while. In the petition, in view of the increasing cases of corona, a demand has been made to postpone the examination starting from 7th. UPSC Mains exam is going to start from January 7, 2022. But in view of the increasing cases of corona, the UPSC exam (UPSC Exam) The appearing candidates have demanded from the government that the examination should be postponed, because in such a situation both going to the examination center and giving the examination is not possible. After continuous demand on social media, candidates have approached the High Court. A petition has been filed in this matter in the Delhi High Court and the examination has been postponed. (UPSC Exam Postpone) demanded to be done. on this issue Delhi High Court The hearing is going to take place in just a short while.

Due to Corona, there is a demand from the candidates regarding the examination that this examination should be postponed from the point of view of security. Students are constantly demanding on social media. Candidates are telling their problems. Candidates appearing in the exam say that for the exam they have to travel to the exam centers in other cities. In such a situation, due to lack of any transport facility, there may be many problems in the examination. Whether the UPSC Civil Services Mains 2021 is postponed or not, it will be known only after the hearing tomorrow.

The petitioners say that most of the centers for UPSC Mains 2022 exam are located in metro cities which are densely populated. This increases their risk of getting infected and for many candidates this exam is also a last attempt. Hence, they do not want to lose it because of Omicron and are demanding postponement. UPSC CSE Mains will be conducted on January 7, 8, 9, 15 and 16. There will be a total of nine papers in UPSC Mains, out of which two are for qualifying (A and B) and seven are for other qualifications.