UPSC Civil Services Exam: 105 more candidates qualify

 

105 candidates on the reserve list have now been announced qualified for the civil service exam organised by the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC).

In the order of their merit, 1,222 candidates were stated to be qualified by UPSC for the 2013 exam that would be allowed for IAS, IFS, IPS and other central services for 1,228 vacancies. The results of this exam were announced in June 2014.

The UPSC also had a consolidated reserve list of candidates in order of their merit as per the civil services examination rules.

The Department of Personnel and Training (DoPT) asked for a list of candidates for posts based on the civil services examination. These posts will be filled by the 105 candidates who have been recommended, out of which 89 belong to the General category and 16 to the OBC category.

The vacancies available were 1,228 out of which 622 were for the General Category, 326 for the OBC category, 188 for the SC category and 92 for the ST category. A total 1,122 candidates were successful in the exam, of which 517 were of the General category, 326 from the OBC category, 187 from the SC category and 92 of the ST category

 

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