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Why is it called Dholpur House?
Dholpur House is the former residence of the Rana of Dholpur in Delhi.
Who built Dholpur house?
Some significant mementos received by UPSC are also displayed in a specially designed showcase. The gallery also displays the portrait of Raja Udaybhanu Singh of Dholpur, the builder of Dholpur House that houses UPSC office, model of UPSC building and two stamps released on the occasion of Golden and Platinum Jubilees.
Who invented UPSC exam?
The Lee Commission proposed that 40% of future entrants should be British, 40% Indians directly recruited, and 20% Indians promoted from the provincial services. This led to the establishment of the first Public Service Commission on 1 October 1926 under the chairmanship of Sir Ross Barker.
Why is Dholpur famous?
The Dholpur Palace, renowned across the country for its locally quarried sandstone, originally belonged to the Rajputana kingdom. This famous red stone was widely used in construction of spectacular forts and palaces as a mark of protection around the widely spread dominion.
Who is the king of Dholpur?
Rulers of Dholpur (title Maharaja Rana) Kunwar Vikram Rana is the youngest member of the erstwhile ruling family, great-grandson of Maharaj Nihal Singh.
Who is the IAS of Dholpur?
Shri Rakesh Kumar Jaiswal IAS (Rajasthan 2007) presently Member, Board Of Revenue, Ajmer has been transferred as Collector & District Magistrate- Dholpur ,Rajasthan.
Who is unfit for UPSC?
Diseases like hernia, varicose veins, hydrocele, haemorrhoids, etc. are declared temporarily unfit and should be declared fit after successful surgery. Candidates with malignancies at the time of entry to service are declared unfit. Candidates with transplanted organs are declared unfit.
Can a person fail in IAS interview?
If the candidate’s total marks (Mains + Interview) is above the cut-off mark fixed by UPSC, then he/she gets the chance to get into the final merit list. If the total marks do not cross the cut-off marks, then the candidate is considered failed in UPSC Interview.
What is the lowest position in IAS?
A: The lowest post of the IAS officer is the IAS trainee or IAS probationer given to them during the training period.
Who is father of IAS?
During the British raj, Warren Hastings laid the foundation of civil service and Charles Cornwallis reformed, modernised, and rationalised it. Hence, Charles Cornwallis is known as ‘the Father of civil service in India’.