UPSC CSE 2020
UPSC CSE 2020: A petition has been filed in the Supreme Court to postpone the UPSC CSE Prelims 2020 (currently scheduled for October 4). The Supreme Court will hear the case on 28 September 2020. On Thursday, the Supreme Court issued a notice to the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) and the Center seeking a postponement of UPSC Prelims 2020 due to COCID-19 epidemic on a petition filed by UPSC candidates & floods in the country.
According to a PTI report, a bench of Justices Sanjeev Khanna and AM Khanwilkar will hear the case on September 28. Through the petition, the candidates demanded that the exam be postponed by two to three months due to the increasing number of COVID-19s. Cases and floods in the country.
20 candidates have filed a petition in the Supreme Court to adjourn the UPSC CSE Prelims 2020, which is currently scheduled for October 4. According to the petition, if the exam would be conducted across India at such an unsafe time, it would be like this, putting millions of young spirals at risk and at risk of death, with many aspiring “unimaginable hardship” or “unsafe health conditions.” are facing. The Civil Services Examination is a recruitment examination and will not delay or waste any academic progress, it has further been added. The plea also pointed to the fact that the Commission has not increased the number of examination centers and due to this many candidates from rural areas have to travel 300-400 km to reach the examination centers which will increase this possibility That these candidates may be affected when using public transport.