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UPSC Responds to Demand, Establishes Dedicated Exam Center in Kargil

Last Updated: Feb 09, 2024

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The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has heeded the long-standing demand of UPSC enthusiasts in the Frontier District of Kargil. The Commission has announced the establishment of a dedicated examination center in Kargil, a move anticipated to transform the landscape of UPSC examinations in the region.

This decision comes as a result of persistent requests from UPSC aspirants in Kargil, who have long faced challenges related to accessibility and logistics. The new center is slated to be operational for the upcoming Civil Services (Preliminary) Examination scheduled on May 26.

The move is expected to bring a wave of relief and excitement among the aspiring candidates in the Frontier District. It signifies a step towards inclusivity, addressing the unique challenges faced by aspirants in remote areas and providing them with a fair and accessible platform to pursue their dreams of civil service.

As UPSC continues to evolve and adapt to the changing dynamics and demands of its aspirant community, the decision to open a center in Kargil is being hailed as a positive and progressive step. It not only acknowledges the aspirations of the UPSC enthusiasts in the region but also reaffirms UPSC’s commitment to making these prestigious examinations accessible to a broader spectrum of candidates across the country. 

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