UPSC Various Recruitment & Interviews Updates 2021

UPSC Various Recruitment & Interviews Updates 2021

UPSC Various Recruitment : UPSC has released the schedule of interviews for various recruitment, find out all the details here. The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) on Friday announced the dates for interviews of medical officers (Ayurveda) and trade marks and geographical indicators. The interview schedule for these recruitment has been released on the official website of the Commission Candidates can get all the information about their recruitment interview by visiting the official website.
The Trade Marks and Geographical Indicator Examiner, Petrol Comptroller General’s Office, Design and Trade Marks, Department of Industry and Internal Trade Promotion, Ministry of Commerce and Industry will be interviewed for selection for 65 vacancies from 22 to 26 November. Interviews for selection of 9 posts of Medical Officer (Ayurveda) in the Directorate of AYUSH, Department of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India will be held on 1st and 2nd November.

761 students were selected in the 2020 CSE examination

The Union Public Service Commission announced the final results of the Civil Service Examination 2020 on September 24. This time 761 candidates have been successful. The Union Public Service Commission has announced the final results based on the written main examination held in January 2021 and the personality test conducted between August and September 2021. Shubham Kumar (Roll No. 1519294) has topped the Civil Services Examination, 2020. He has passed the exam with anthropology as an optional subject. He graduated from IIT Bombay with a B.Tech (Civil Engineering).

Re-examination will be held on October 10 this year

Admit cards have recently been issued by the Union Public Service Commission for the prelim examination of IAS and IFS recruitment. This year the Civil Services Prelim Examination will be held on 10th October. Examination will be taken for 19 services. The first prelim exam was scheduled for June 27, 2021, but was later postponed due to the corona virus.
The selection of candidates will be the same as before. A three-stage examination will be conducted for the selection of candidates. The first will be the prelim examination, in which qualified candidates will have the opportunity to appear in the main examination to be held in the second phase. At the same time, candidates who succeed in the main examination will be called for interview.