The Supreme Court on Wednesday dismissed a plea searching for an extra probability to seem within the Union Public Service Commission civil providers examination by aspirants who’ve exhausted their final try final 12 months amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
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A bench headed by Justices A M Khanwilkar mentioned that it’s dismissing the plea filed by a civil providers aspirant for an extra probability to the candidates who had exhausted their final try in examination held in October, 2020 citing difficulties confronted in preparations as a result of pandemic.
On February 9, the Centre had instructed the highest courtroom that it’s towards granting one-time rest on age restrict to UPSC civil service aspirants, together with those that had exhausted their final try in 2020 examination amid the COVID-19 pandemic, as will probably be discriminatory to different candidates.
It had mentioned that the candidates who gave their final try examination in October 2020 would get another probability this 12 months supplied they don’t seem to be age barred.
The Centre was initially not keen to concede to giving an extra probability but it surely was later completed on the suggestion of the bench.