The Union Public Service Commission has set a seven-day deadline for candidates to report mistakes in questions asked on various exam conducted by the commission. As the latest development, the UPSC decided to give a period of seven days (a week) from the next day of examination date to the seventh day (until 6:00 PM) for the candidates to raise objections or make recommendations to the Commission.
For instance, if an examination conducted on April 1, the candidates can make recommendations by 6:00 PM on April 8.
How to Submit Objections or Recommendations?
- The process for making recommendations or raise objections is online.
- The candidates can submit the recommendations or objections directly by e-mail.
- The candidates can send their recommendation or objection to examinationupsc.
- UPSC will not accept any recommendations sent through post or submitted by hand.
- Similarly, the window for submitting the discrepancies will close after the seven days deadline.
Every year, thousands of candidates appear in different recruitment exams conducted by UPSC. These exams include the civil services exam to recruit IPS and IAS officers.
The upper age limit in UPSC exam is likely to undergo changes soon. The report submitted by Baswan Committee in August 2016 recommended the reduction of upper age limit of 32 years in UPSC Civil Services Exam. Similarly, the scheme and pattern of UPSC Civil Services Exam will also undergo changes if the government accepts the recommendations submitted by Baswan Committee and UPSC.