UPSC Centre To Bring Changes In CSAT-2013 Pattern

UPSC To Change CSAT 2013 Pattern
The UPSC (Union Public Service Commission)  Centre Officials are now planning to bring in changes in the pattern of the Civil Services Aptitude Test from this year onwards.

 

It is expected that this changes may include replacing of optional papers in the final examination with two other compulsory papers with a predefined syllabus.

However, this decision shall be taken over 4lakhs students who have already applied for CSAT 2013 Examination in order to be eligible for services such as IAS, IPS or the IFS.

The prime debate among the officials shall he held today. They shall discuss about the benefits and effects from all the changes that is being proposed.

Well, What will be the final decision? Will aspirants be happy of it? Will Students be able to take up exams peacefully? Is it beneficial, in what way? Is yet to be answered. Whats Your Opinion? Want Changes Or Not?

About CSAT: CSAT (Civil Services Aptitude Test) is a test conducted by UPSC (Union Public Service Commission) every year in order to select candidates for the Civil Services Mains Exams. Those who pass the Mains exams and Interview can join the Prestigious Indian Government services like IAS, IPS etc.

The CSAT for the year 2013 is to be held on May 26, 2013. And the application process are to start from February, 2013 onwards.

Click Here For more details on CSAT-2013 Examination.

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