Supreme Court: The Supreme Court has ruled that it is not possible to give additional opportunity to the candidates for the UPSC Civil Services examinations.
Supreme Court: The Supreme Court has clarified that it is not possible to give additional opportunity to the candidates for the UPSC Civil Services examinations. The tribunal said on Wednesday that there was no additional opportunity for those who had passed the age limit with the examination held in October last year. Candidates who are eligible for the last exam by 2020 have filed a petition in the Supreme Court claiming that they could not write the Civils exam properly due to coronavirus and lockdown and should be given another chance. The trial court reserved its ninth judgment this month.
The apex court, which heard the case today, ruled that the petition filed by the candidates was dismissed. The central government had initially agreed to allow those who were missing out on the last chance by 2020 to write the civil exam once again. The decision was left to the Supreme Court. A three-judge bench comprising Justices AM Khanwilkar, Indu Malhotra and Ajay Rastogi passed the order, saying that the coroner could not properly prepare for the exams and should be given another chance.
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