The Supreme Court on Monday adjourned hearing till March 21 on a petition filed by three Civil Services aspirants, seeking an extra attempt at the Civil Services examination, claiming that they had to miss the Civil Services Mains exam because they had contracted Covid-19.
The Supreme Court on Wednesday refused to accept the Centre's request to allow eligible female candidates to appear for the National Defence Academy and the Naval Academy Examination from next year, stating "After we have given hope, we don't want to deny it".
Supreme Court bench passed the interim order while hearing the plea filed by Kush Kalra that women be allowed to sit for the examination for National Defence Academy and Naval Academy Examination to be conducted by Union Public Service Commission on 5th September.
A three-Judge Supreme Court bench directed the Union Public Service Commission and the Jharkhand Public Service Commission to file a reply in a plea alleging that they violated the apex court order on appointment of the Director General of Police
Some UPSC aspirants have petitioned the Supreme Court, asking for a postponement of the upcoming Civil Services Examination, the court today issued notice to the Union Public Service Commission and the Union of India.