UPSC IAS Exam 2016 Preliminary (paper I and II) 4.5 lakh students appear

On Sunday, at various centers across the country seeking a change in the pattern is mired in controversy over on the civil service preliminary examination appeared to millions of candidates.
Preliminary examination (paper I and paper II) two hour period papers consist of protest, without any incidents reported was held, official sources said.
The first paper 9 3.30 am and the second started at 2.30 pm.
Some students asked questions in English language paper in Hindi translation complained of some alleged errors.
There is no comment on either the Government or Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) students were on errors in translations of the claims.
Almost nine million candidates applied for examination. candidates civil services aptitude test (CSAT) demanded a change in the pattern or paper II, was waging a violent struggle that at times turned to the streets as a dispute recently erupted on test patterns were.
In the wake of such protests, personnel, public grievances and pensions Minister Jitendra Singh said in the State Parliament 4 August Hindi section paper II, questions asked, not that Nayan or civil service exam was incorporated to merit.
Personnel and training Department of the Union Public Service Commission, and the English language comprehension skills in the examination paper II as their marks will not be included in the upgrade or not a question of deciding on merit to attempt to separate command was issued.
Paper II on the question, including communication skills, interpersonal skills, an understanding of logical reasoning and analytical ability, decision making and problem solving, General mental ability, basic numeracy and English language comprehension skills (class x level) of carries.
However, a group of students said they would continue with the protest.
“We are against civil service test patterns are Sampoornanda, which is a reason for this youth movement is part of the” stage “Nagrik Adhikaar, we want to change your pattern,” he said.
Another aspirant registered for the exam, but did not take it, said, “we will not harass those exams and take it but we are scrapping the initial examination paper II will continue with our demands until the Government brings the necessary changes in it.”
The prestigious civil service examination has been conducted in three phases – initial, main and interviews – among others, IAS, IFS and select IPS officers Union Public Service Commission.
An eleventh-hour petition filed by a group of protesting students hearing, the Supreme Court on Saturday refused to postpone Sunday’s preliminary examination was.