Parliament proceedings | UPSC recommends 4,119 candidates for government jobs in 2021-22, lowest in 10 years

As quite a few as 4,119 candidates were encouraged in 2021-22 in opposition to 5,153 marketed vacancies, in accordance to governing administration data

As many as 4,119 candidates were being recommended in 2021-22 in opposition to 5,153 advertised vacancies, in accordance to govt info

UPSC proposed 4,119 candidates for diverse central govt careers through 2021-22, the least expensive in 10 many years, according to a Personnel Ministry information produced public in Lok Sabha on Wednesday.

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“Every yr, the Union Public Service Fee (UPSC) conducts its examinations as for every the programme of exams (calendar) year notified by the Commission properly in progress for a calendar yr,” Union Minister of Condition for Personnel Jitendra Singh mentioned in a composed reply.

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As a lot of as 4,119 candidates had been advisable in 2021-22 in opposition to 5,153 marketed vacancies, the details mentioned.

A complete of 4,214 and 5,230 candidates were being proposed in 2020-21 and 2019-20, respectively, from the advertised vacancies of 4,997 and 5,913, it mentioned.

In the same way, 4,399 candidates ended up advised for authorities positions all through 2018-19 versus 5,207 advertised vacancies, it claimed.

Through 2017-18, 6,294 candidates were recommended for government careers, 5,735 in 2016-17, 6,866 in 2015-16, 8,272 in 2014-15, 8,852 in 2013-14 and 5,705 throughout 2012-13, according to the data.