UPSC 2019 Exams | Major Changes in Mode of Conduct & Selection Process | Here’s All You Need To Know

UPSC plans to simplify the selection process for candidates in their 2019 exams. Know changes in mode of conduct and other details here.

UPSC 2019 exams might get simpler for candidates as Commission plans to introduce changes in the system. By simpler does not mean that the Commission would reduce the difficulty level of the question paper of UPSC 2019 exams. But, it would become easier for candidates to get a job with similar entry level criteria through a single exam. Union Public Service Commission is likely to bring about some major changes in the mode of conduct and selection process for their UPSC 2019 recruitment exams. Know details here.

UPSC 2019 Exams | Know Major Changes in Mode of Conduct & Selection Criteria Here

The Union Public Service Commission in its first ever initiative introduced application withdrawal facility for UPSC 2019 aspirants. Beginning with the years’ first exam, UPSC ESE 2019, the Commission is all set to launch the application withdrawal facility for applicants from October 29, 2018. This is a mutually symbiotic decision. This includes candidates who wish to get their candidature cancelled and save their attempts can do so. Also, authorities will save their energy and resources spent on those who do not turn up on the day of examination after applying for UPSC exams online.

Union Public Service Commission plans to bring many such more initiatives due course of time. In other such areas, UPSC plans to increase the dialogue and communication related to exams with candidates. Also, such an increase in exam related communication, promotion of open dialogue and online transactions will reduce candidates’ stress.

UPSC 2019 Exams | Single Entry Exams, Better Opportunities & Much More

UPSC plans to make the entire process a simpler one in terms of conducting, recruiting etc. Therefore, UPSC aspires to make the entire process more user-friendly. Further, UPSC Exams plans to shift from ‘pen-and-paper mode’ to ‘computer-based tests.’

This will also cut down the timeline for which Union Public Service Commission conducts an entire exam. The Commission has taken up several measures in bringing transparency in the system. UPSC now discloses the ranks and scores of non-recommended candidates publicly online. Moreover, A new portal of ‘National Career Services’ and its linking with exams is surely a great step towards better accountability in UPSC exams.

Also, the UPSC observed a crunch in recruitment due to lack of vacancies initially. UPSC plans to do away with the same by sharing the data base of candidates who clear prestigious exams like Civil Services, Engineering Services, Combined Medical Services etc. with other PSUs & private jobs. This way candidates will have better job opportunities and reduced stress.

UPSC has a long way to go. Many changes done, many more to come. We wish all the candidates aspiring for UPSC 2019 exams, all the best.


Anil O

Anil Oberoi pen name Anil O is a well-known journalist who has vast experience in the education domain. He has worked closely with the Education Department of UT and has written numerous columns for leading newspapers in India. Anil heads the education news team at Chandigarh Metro.
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