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New Delhi: Scores of civil service aspirants on Monday protested outside the Parliament House demanding a change in the current pattern of the examination held by the Union Public Services Commission (UPSC).
"All we want are three extra attempts, age relaxation for three years and reduction of Civil Service Aptitude Test examination weightage for the benefit of regional and rural based candidates," the protesters said.

They shouted slogans in front of the main entrance of the Parliament and several protesters were also detained by the police.

The aspirants said they would continue the agitation until their demands are met and would decide their future course of action soon.

The UPSC candidates have been demanding the changes in the current pattern of Union Public Service Commission Civil Service examination.

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