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Delhi High Court Refuses to Stay UPSC Civil Services Main Exam Application


The Delhi High Court has rejected a plea seeking a stay on the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) decision to invite applications for the Civil Services (Main) Examination, 2023. The court dismissed the application filed by some civil services aspirants who were also seeking the answer key for the preliminary examination conducted earlier this year.

Court’s Decision

Justice Chandra Dhari Singh of the Delhi High Court refused to grant a stay on the “Detailed Application Form-1” issued by the UPSC on July 10, 2023. The application was part of the petition filed by unsuccessful aspirants. The court stated, “Application dismissed,” according to news agency PTI.

UPSC Civil Services Prelims Result 2023

The Union Public Service Commission declared the result of the Civil Services Preliminary Examination (CSE) on June 12, 2023. Candidates can access the UPSC CSE Prelims Result 2023 by visiting the official websites upsc.gov.in and upsconline.nic.in. The Commission provided a PDF file containing a detailed list of roll numbers of successful candidates who qualified for the UPSC IAS Mains exam 2023. A total of 14,624 candidates have been declared successful in the preliminary examination.


The Delhi High Court’s decision to refuse a stay on the UPSC Civil Services (Main) The examination application ensures that the process will proceed as planned. Aspirants who qualified in the preliminary examination can now move forward with their preparations for the main examination. The court’s ruling emphasizes the importance of adhering to the established examination timeline and allowing the selection process to continue without disruptions.

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