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ETHICS PAPER IN UPSC NEW FORMAT

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The Department of Personnel and Training, on 5 March, introduced some changes in its examination to recruit the candidates for the top most jobs of the country. From now on, the Civil Services (Mains) will have a separate paper on “ethics, integrity and aptitude.” The department has also changed the marks distribution of papers as well as increasing the number of compulsory general studies papers of main examinations. There will be four compulsory papers of 250 marks each along with two optional papers of 250 marks each. Earlier, there were two compulsory papers on general studies and two optional papers of 300 marks each.



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