"For each examination, a time frame of 7 days (a week) i.e. from the next day of the examination date to 6 PM of the seventh day is fixed for the candidates to make representations to the Commission on the questions asked inthe papers of that examination," the UPSC said in a note, made public recently.
For example, if paper of an examination is conducted on March 1, a candidate can make representation by 6 pm on March 8, the Commission said.
The representation must only be submitted online (by email at email Id -- firstname.lastname@example.org) and no representation by post/hand will be entertained, it said.
"No representation will be entertained under any circumstances after this window of seven days is over," the UPSC said.
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