Uppsc News: Campaign on Twitter to postpone the PC exam – Uppsc News: Campaign on Twitter to postpone the PCS exam

The Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission (UPPSC) has postponed two main exams proposed in May due to covid-19, but the competing students are not satisfied with it. They are demanding that the preliminary review of PCS-2021 be postponed as well. To this end, the participating students started a campaign on Twitter. Participants say the risk of infection for students increases once the exam is completed. Students have to travel hundreds of kilometers to reach the exam centers, which is inconsistent with current conditions.

The online application process for PCS-2021 began on February 5th and the final date for submitting online reports was set for March 5th. During this period, six lakh 91,000 173 candidates had applied and are now due to appear in the proposed preliminary exam on June 13. The Commission had published an advertisement for the recruitment of 400 jobs at PCS that did not include any job at SDM. The Commission later received 138 new posts and the number of posts increased to 538. In addition, 52 MDM positions were added. Competitive students would like the proposed preliminary exam to be postponed to June 13 so no student will be denied the exam due to covid.
Students led by Anti-Corruption Front Chairman Kaushal Singh are calling for the exam to be postponed by tweeting the Chief Minister and Chief Secretary daily from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. The Chief Minister was made aware via Twitter that any applicant student or their close relatives had been exposed to covid infection. Many students or their close relatives also died. In such a situation, the student is mentally disturbed and not ready for the exam. Morcha President Kaushal Singh claims that the Morcha conducted a poll within the scope of various polls in which 95 percent of students would not want to take an exam in the state until the situation is normal. The students demand that the postponement notification relieves them of mental stress.

The full calendar is being affected by the postponement of some exams

The Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission postponed three proposed exams this year with regard to covid-19. These include the proposed State Degree College Speaker Exam on April 17, the proposed Main Category 2 / Assistant Principal / Assistant Director exam on May 23, and the proposed Combined State Agricultural Services Exam on May 30. The postponement of the three exams also affects the other exams on the calendar. The main audit of the combined state agricultural services is proposed from November 13th. Following the postponement of the preliminary examination, the Commission may also need to change the date of the main examination. If the preliminary examination of PCS-2021 is postponed, it will also have an impact on the main examination, which will be proposed on the Commission’s calendar from October 3rd.

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The Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission (UPPSC) has postponed two important exams proposed in May based on Kovid-19, but the competing students are not satisfied with it. They are demanding that the preliminary review of PCS-2021 be postponed as well. To this end, the participating students started a campaign on Twitter. Participants say the risk of infection for students increases once the exam is completed. Students have to travel hundreds of kilometers to reach the exam centers, which is inconsistent with current conditions.

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