Around 37,000 hopefuls showed up in the UPSC common administrations preparatory examination held crosswise over 96 focuses of the city on Sunday.
The exam was held in two sections — the first from 9:30am to 11:30am and the second from 2:30pm to 4:30pm. Hopefuls said the exam was for the most part in view of current issues. As opposed to hypothetical inquiries, the paper involved target sort questions, they included. Muneesh Sharma, 26, from Karnal said, "In the event that one peruses the daily paper routinely, he/she would have addressed all inquiries."
Maninder Kaur, 23, from Ropar said the security courses of action were set up. "Be that as it may, I wish there was an appropriate spot for outstation contender to keep their articles." A sum of 1,000 Chandigarh Police staff were on their toes to guarantee security. Complete 30 police control room vehicles (PCR) were sent, and the planning officers guaranteed the smooth working.
The applicants were requested that achieve the designated focus 40 minutes before the exam. Pawan Kumar, associate director, said, "Around 11 cops are sent in each foundation, including ladies constables." Alka Mehta, important, GMSSS-35, said, "UT authorities led assessments both on Saturday and Sunday to guarantee legitimate security."
Among the schools and universities where the exam was directed incorporate Government Model Schools in Sector 10, 16, 23 A, 22A, 26, 32C, 35D and 37D, and Post graduate Government College for Girls, Sector 11, and Post Graduate Government College, Sector 11.