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Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has postponed Civil Service Examination (CSE) 2019 Main Exam (Interviews). UPSC on Friday released CSE Main Interview postpone notice at official website. Based on notice CSE 2019 Interview earlier scheduled from 23RD March to 3rd April 2020 & now postponed. New dates of Civil Service Exam 2019 Interviews are expected to be announced soon. Intimation on postpone of Civil Service Examination 2019 is published at upsc.gov.in.
UPSC Commission on March 20, 2020 postponed Union Public Service Commission Civil Service Main Examination (Interviews) scheduled between 23 March to April 4, 2020. Earlier Mains written examination result was declared under Civil Service Examination 2019 & Interviews scheduled in March-April 2020.
UPSC on Friday postponed Civil Service Main Exam 2019 Interviews scheduled in March 2020. Commission released the Postpone notice of CSE 2019 Exam due to the prevailing conditions caused by the Novel Corona Virus (COVID-19). UPSC Commission on Friday released Civil Service 2019 Exam Interviews postpone notice as a precautionary measure, the Personality Tests (Interviews) of the candidates of the Civil Services (Main) Examination, 2019 scheduled from 23rd March, 2020 to 3rd April, 2020 are deferred till further orders.
Due to coronavirus spread as a precautionary measure UPSC decided to postpone the Civil Service Exam. New revised dates of Civil Service Exam will be issued in due course.
UPSC Civil Service Exam 2019 New Interview Dates
As per recent notice Union Public Service Commission to notify on new Interview notice in due course. In view of Coronavirus wake, Commission has postponed Civil Service Exam 2019 Interviews.
New dates for the Personality Tests (Interviews) will be informed to the candidates in due course of time. Union Public Service Commission will notify through official website on new Interview dates. UPSC CSE 2019 Interview dates could be shifted further in April-May 2020. Official decision to be taken by Commission in due course, notice specified. View Official Postpone Notice
In India so far 315 cases of COVID19 positive have been reported. On March 22, India is facing 'Janta Curfew' and people are asked to remain in houses from 700hours to 2100 hours on Sunday. Prime Minister Narendra Modi during his address to the Nation urged citizens to support Janta Curfew.
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