Over 100 from AP clear Civils Main
Over 100 From AP Clear Civils Main. More than 100 aspirants out of nearly 500 who wrote the Civil Service Main Examination from Andhra Pradesh were...
- Personality tests will be conducted from April 7
- 2,773 candidates to compete for over 1,000 posts
A total of 2,773 aspirants across the country have been declared as qualified in the Main examination. This is the first test of the revised pattern of the examination.
The total number of posts in all wings of Civils Services is roughly 1,000 which includes 15 types of posts including IAS, IPS, IFS, IRS etc. Personality Test is likely to commence on April 7 which will be held in the Office of the Union Public Service Commission, New Delhi.
Students who crossed the ‘Main’ hurdle refused to speak to media, saying “we can talk only after we get selected in the interview.” Interestingly, a majority of students who were qualified have technical background i.e. the aspirants were mostly of B Tech and M Tech degree holders.
“Nearly 50 of my classmates have written the Main exam and most of them are confident of clearing the last hurdle even” a B Tech graduate of the city who hailed from Guntur and took coaching at Delhi’s Nirvana Institute told The Hans India.
As per the convention, candidates who are domiciled in close proximity to New Delhi would be called first for the interview. The interviews for candidates from Andhra Pradesh are expected to commence from around April 17th according to their roll numbers.
Brain Tree Academy’s Gopala Krishna estimates that more than 125 might have qualified from AP and finally, this time, nearly 45-50 Telugu-speaking people would succeed.
There are many Telugu-speaking aspirants who were coached in Delhi. We have to take them also into account, he told The Hans India. “All aspirants who have qualified should realise the fact that every mark scored in the interview would make a difference. Apart from the usual questions students from Andhra Pradesh are likely to be confronted with the current affairs concerning the state – bifurcation etc” he felt.
“The date and time of Personality Test is being intimated to the qualified candidates individually. The date and time of Personality Test of candidates being called for Personality Test will be displayed on the Commission’s Websitehttp://www.upsc.gov.in.candidates who do not receive communication regarding their Personality Test, should immediately contact the office of the Commission through letter or on Phone Nos given in UPSC website” a release from UPSC said.
No request for change in the date and time of the Personality Test intimated to the candidates will be entertained, the Commission made it clear.
Successful candidates will be required to produce the original certificates in support of their claims pertaining to age, educational qualifications, community, physical handicap and other documents such as Questionnaire, Attestation Form and TA Form, etc. at the time of their Personality Test, it added.
The marks sheets of candidates who have not qualified, will be put on the Commission’s Website within 15 days from the date of publication of the final result (after conducting Personality Test) and will remain available on the Website for a period of 60 days.