IAS exam changes likely

unnamed (3)Union Minister of State, Personnel, Public Grievances, Jitendra Singh disclosed that an expert committee with academicians, technocrats and senior bureaucrats has been constituted to revisit the entire pattern, syllabus and eligibility criteria for IAS / Civil Services examination. He was speaking to a group of civil services aspirants. Based on the report changes in the civil services exam pattern will be contemplated with the objective to provide a level playing field to
aspirants from diverse streams of curriculum like mathematics, engineering, medicine or humanities and also ensuring that youngsters who took up IAS as a career possess a genuine aptitude for administrative job. He clarified that general studies paper-II (CSAT)
in the civil services preliminary examination will remain a qualifying paper with minimum qualifying marks fixed at 33 %.

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