Yes, Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission Written Exam has been cancelled after students got wrong paper during two shifts of the exam. In the first shift of UP PSC, students got wrong question paper due to mistake. The commission said that due to blunder, the candidates got Hindi Essay Paper instead to Hindi Paper. As a result the commission had to cancel the paper. However, UPPSC assured the students that the rest of the papers will take place as per previous schedule.
According to it. the new dates of the cancelled paper will be announce soon. UPPSC has also apologized for the inconvenience it had caused to the students.
गलत वितरण की वजह से UPPSC Mains पेपर रद्द। दुबारा पेपर की तारीख जल्द उपलब्ध होगी.
These people further sold it off to some youngsters. After it went viral on Whats App and even the media came to know of it. When the news became rife, UP Police DGP AK Jain addressing the media persons confirmed the leakage that led to the cancellation and inconvenience to the examinees. He Said " The Probe is on and the guilty will be punished accordingly "
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New Dates for UPPSC Cancelled 2017 Paper - Check Details
As we have told you that the commission has assured the aspirants that it shall release new dates of the cancelled paper soon, the latter must wait for it. Besides they must focus on other papers.
For every news go to the official website of the commission - http://uppsc.up.nic.in/
The Commission will take a few days to announce the New Exam Dates. We shall update the post with the new exam date as soon as it is announced by the concerned department.
Undoubtedly this cancellation has disturbed the examinees a lot as they had poured their whole energy in to its preparation. OK don't worry and concentrate again on your exam preparation as the new date can be declared very soon.
Our Views regarding Paper leakage and Mass copying resulting in cancellation
Leakage and cancellation have become the order of the day. No Commission or board can boast that they are immaculate in holding the exams. No doubt, such malpractice is impossible without connivance between the officials and agents.
It shows the moral downward of the examinees and concerned officials. So this is not only the duty of the Govt, but common people also to help in checking this malpractice at all levels.