New format of the civil services exam will give more weightage to the two general studies papers. New Delhi: Changes in civil services exam patterns have been approved by Prime Minister Manmohan Singh , paving way for a new format which will give more weightage to general studies. At present, the civil services main examination has General Studies Paper I and II of marks each, including compulsory and optional subjects. As per the new changes, both the general studies papers will have more weightage. The report of the Committee, under the chairmanship of Professor Arun S.
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Putting Civil Services exam changes on hold unfortunate
The government on Friday putting on hold changes in the UPSC civil services examination pattern was termed an unfortunate decision by former UGC chairman Arun S Nigavekar, who had shepherded the changes. Our committee's main aim was to get vibrant candidates into the IAS. The government move is anti-reformist," said Nigavekar, who had who headed the panel set up to recommend the changes. The government decision was prompted by Opposition leaders and several regional parties resisting some of the changes pertaining to regional languages. Nigavekar said, "The Government should have kept the language option open but implemented all other reform measures.
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