The Kerala Public Service Commission (KPSC) has postponed all its exams that were scheduled from April 16 to 30 after Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced the extension of lockdown till May 3, 2020, in view of the spread of deadly COVID-19.
Kerala PSC Exams Postponed After Lockdown Extension
With the outbreak of the deadly Coronavirus, the Kerala PSC Exams have been postponed. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has extended the date for the lockdown for the 2nd time. The first lockdown was initiated from midnight 24th March till 14th April. Now with the extension of the lockdown till 3rd May, KPSC has decided to postpone all the exams that were scheduled to be held in April.
An official notice said that “In view of the lockdown extension to avoid coronavirus pandemic, Kerala Public Service Commission has postponed all OMR/ Online/ Dictation/ written exams which were scheduled from April 16 to 30, 2020.”
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Kerala PSC Exams have been postponed after the PM announced the extension of the lockdown on April 14th. Fresh date for the KPSC Exam will be intimated once the lockdown is over, i.e. after May 3rd 2020, the statement from Kerala PSC said. Place and time of the examination will be released along with the new dates, it said.
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