Union Public Service Commission has issued an important notice regarding the conduct of UPSC Civil Services Main Exam 2021. The commission in the notice stated that the UPSC Civil Services Main Exam 2021 will take place as per schedule amid rising COVID19 cases across the country.
The candidate must note that the main exam will be conducted on January 7, 8, 9. 15, and 16, 2022 at various exam centres across the country.
In the notice issued, the Commission requested the State Governments, ”Keeping in view the restrictions/curbs being imposed by theGovernments to contain the disease, the Commission has requested the State Governments for ensuring that no inconvenience is caused to the candidates/ examination functionaries in their movement, especially who are coming from containment / micro-containment zone(s) and if necessary, the candidates’ eAdmit Cards and ID Cards of the examination functionaries are to be used as movement passes.”
The commission also requested the concerned authorities to allow public transport to operate at optimum level, at least on a day before the exam till the date of conduct of exam i.e., from January 6 to January 9 and January 14 to January 16, 2022, for ensuring smooth movement of the candidates/examination functionaries.
Additionally, the commission is committed to duly follow the guidelines shared by the state and central government in the exam. These guidelines includes personal hygiene of the candidates/examination functionaries, maintenance of social distancing and wearing of masks by the candidates/ examinations functionaries all the time, provision of sanitizers at convenient places in the Venue and to the examination functionaries among others.
Check the time table for UPSC Civil Services Main Exam 2021 here:
January 7, 2022-
Forenoon Session- Paper-I Essay
January 8, 2022-
Forenoon Session- Paper-II General Studies I
Afternoon Session- Paper-III General Studies II
January 9, 2022-
Forenoon Session- Paper-IV General Studies III
Afternoon Session- Paper-V General Studies IV
January 15, 2022-
Forenoon Session- Paper-A Language Paper
Afternoon Session- Paper-B English
January 16, 2022-
Forenoon Session- Paper-VI Optional Paper I
Afternoon Session- Paper-VII Optional Paper 2
To read further updates on UPSC Civil Services Main Exam 2021, the candidates are advised to visit the official website of the Union Public Service Commission at https://www.upsc.gov.in/.
J&K: 85 people Died of COVID in 24 Days
In Jammu and Kashmir, especially in the Jammu division, once again, the process of death of corona infected patients has started. So far this month, 85 patients have died. Of these, 54 are residents of the Jammu division. Many of the patients who died were those who had taken both doses. However, many of them were already suffering from some disease.
According to the National Health Mission data, eight more corona infected patients died on Monday. Four were residents of the Jammu division and four from the Kashmir division. In the Jammu division, two died in the Jammu district. A 65-year-old man from Akhnoor, a Gudha Brahmin, was also among those killed. The maximum number of deaths this month, thirty patients, occurred in the Jammu district. All of them were residents of different areas of the Jammu district. Twelve patients had taken both doses of the corona vaccine. Apart from this, four were residents of Udhampur district, while four were residents of Rajouri, two Doda, five Kathua, one Kishtwar, four Poonch, two Ramban and two Reasi. Samba is the only district where not a single patient died.
In Kashmir, seven corona infected patients died in the Srinagar district while four in Baramulla, eight in Budgam, three in Pulwama, four in Kupwara, four in Anantnag, one in Bandipora, one in Kulgam. On the other hand, not a single patient died in Shopian and Ganderbal districts. In the second wave of corona infection, the maximum number of patients died in the Jammu district.
Although the number of patients who died is less, the maximum number of patients are dying in the Jammu district. About 33 per cent of the total deaths occurred in the Jammu district. Principal of GMC Jammu, Dr Shashi Sudan, says that many of the patients who died after taking both doses were already suffering from other diseases. She asked all to follow Corona appropriate behaviour. She said that only by following all the protocols one could avoid the third wave.
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