In India, youngsters spend several years preparing for the highly competitive UPSC (Union Public Service Commission) and PCS (Provincial Civil Service) civil service examinations. While some aspiring candidates manage to successfully qualify for these prestigious exams, many others fail despite putting in huge efforts and dedication.
Recognizing the challenges faced by these persons, the UPPSC (Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission) has taken a commendable initiative to extend employment opportunities to those who have not secured seats in the examinations.
UPSSC provides a way for candidates who have not qualified the exams. The commission collects data from these aspiring civil servants and publishes it on its official website. In this way, they allow companies and organizations looking to hire qualified employees access to this pool of potential candidates.
This initiative has been around for some time, but is currently only available in a few states. In Uttar Pradesh, the UPPSC introduced this facility earlier this year, especially for candidates who appeared for the PCS exam. According to reports, 270 unselected candidates submitted their details for inclusion on the website. Moreover, UPSSC has extended this facility to candidates appearing for other exams.
The commission has also invited those who could not clear the interview round of the UP PCS J examination (Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission Civil Judge Examination) to submit their details. Interested candidates have until November 20 to submit their applications. They must provide necessary details such as name, registration number, interview date, father/husband’s name, date of birth, categories and other relevant details in their application emails. These entries should be sent from registered email addresses to email@example.com.
An official associated with the UPSC, in a statement to The Hindustan Times, highlighted the commission’s belief that candidates who reach the interview stage have significant potential. Given the rigorous three-stage selection process and the fact that only a select few win, this initiative has a two-fold goal. First, it aims to prevent unsuccessful candidates from becoming depressed and disillusioned. Second, it strives to meet the staffing requirements of various industries by connecting talented candidates with appropriate employment opportunities.
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