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Time lost in UPSC protests, many fail civil service prelims

Following protests, the government had announced that marks for the English section questions would not be considered for gradation or merit.

Push for protecting languages whose speakers a minority

The Constitution accords as much primacy to linguistic minorities as it does to religious minorities.

C-SAT not an issue, IAS prelims pass off peacefully

Various organisations and pressure groups, including the ABVP and NSUI, had earlier led protests to demand scrapping of the C-SAT paper.

UPSC prelims: Aspirants say paper remains biased towards English-medium students

According to protesters, the government’s decision on English section in Paper II in Civil Services exam has served no purpose.

Over 4.5 lakh students appear for UPSC preliminary exam

A total of 4,51,602 candidates took the examination at 2,137 centres in 59 cities.

UPSC preliminary exam underway, no report of protest outside exam centres

UPSC: The first paper began at 9:30 AM and there was no report of any protest outside any examination centre.

UPSC exam today: SC says won’t go against government’s call

SC says no bias or prejudice is likely to be caused to non-urban UPSC aspirants since syllabus remains the same.

Made in English

CSAT questions address students from urban and privileged backgrounds.

Centre to civil service aspirants: Do not have to answer questions on English Language Comprehension Skills

Govt clarifies that even if a candidate attempts the questions they will not count towards gradation.

Return of the House

Parliament has an array of legislation to show for the budget session. But the NDA seems to be in a rush

Par for the course

The CSAT is not unfair. Class 10-level skills are not too much to ask for

Metro on full frequency for UPSC prelims: Govt to DMRC

K R Naidu, deputy Commissioner (Planning) of the Transport department, addressed to the managing director of DMRC read.

How to make it difficult for the gabblers

Why not add another compulsory ‘vernacular’ language component to the CSAT?

English issue is a red herring

Behind the CSAT furore lie vested interests of the teaching shop industry.

In giving ‘respite’ to students, govt toed Batra line: Cong MP

Batra had resulted in the pulping of American scholar Wendy Doniger’s book on Hinduism.