Rajya Sabha Q&A – Change in civil service recruitment and allocation rules
GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
MINISTRY OF PERSONNEL, PUBLIC GRIEVANCES AND PENSIONS
QUESTION NO 275
ANSWERED ON 19.07.2018
Change in civil service recruitment and allocation rules
275 Dr. Sanjay Sinh
Will the Minister of PERSONNEL, PUBLIC GRIEVANCES AND PENSIONS be pleased to state:-
(a) whether it is a fact that apart from UPSC establishment process, Government proposes to change civil service recruitment and allocation rules;
(b) if so, the total strength of UPSC civil services and the vacancies notified during the last 3 years, year-wise;
(c) whether it is also a fact that under special examinations and recommendations the vacancies of almost 800 posts of top services have not been filled yet; and
(d) if so, the reasons therefor and the proposal of Government to depute or recruit for all the posts without further delay?
MINISTER OF STATE IN THE MINISTRY OF PERSONNEL, PUBLIC GRIEVANCES AND PENSIONS AND MINISTER OF STATE IN THE PRIME MINISTER’S OFFICE
(DR. JITENDRA SINGH)
(a): There is no proposal to alter the existing mode of recruitment to civil services through Civil Services Examination (CSE) which is conducted according to the CSE Rules notified by the Government every year.
(b) : The number of vacancies and the number of candidates allocated to various services through Civil Services Examination during the last 3 years is given below:-
Allocated to various services as per CSE Rules
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(c) : There is no proposal for any special examination. For Civil Services Examination-2018, a total of 782 vacancies (tentative) has been advertised by UPSC on 07.02.2018 in its notice of Examination for 24 (twenty-four) participating services.
(d): Does not arise.