HCS-2009 Result-History Repeted Itself

Dear Friends

Many things have changed with time but more remained same. Recently announced HCS-2009 Exam’s Final Result once again put the Haryana Public Service Commission (HPSC) back into controversy as happened in 2002 and 2004. There are wide spread allegations of discrepancies, irregularities, favoritism and nepotism in the selections. Let me remind you what happened before 2009 Exam

This incident happened in HCS-2002 Exam

Shalender Singh Birla, who secured 565 marks out of 600 in the written examination of HCS-2002 exam, was given only 17 marks out of 100 in the interview by the commission

One another Scheduled Caste candidate, Ranjit Kaur, got 90 marks in the interview despite having scored 493 marks in the written exam

Birla, the candidate was so intelligent that he had qualified for admission to all six IIMs, which is a rare distinction, yet the HPSC did not consider him intelligent enough to be selected in the HCS and he was given only 17 marks in the interview as against Ranjit Kaur, who was given 90 marks in the interview. Birla was pushed to the much junior post of assistant excise and taxation officer (AETO), which he did not join as a protest against the unfair selection

List of few candidates joined in HCS-2002 Exam:-

  • Sarita Malik, daughter of then director-general of police M.S. Malik
  • Surender Kumar, a close relative of Chautala [C.M]
  • Jagdeep, a close relative of then chairman of the commission K.C. Bangar [Suspended by current Governor]
  • Kuldhir Singh, son of Sher Singh Badsami, Political adviser to then Chief Minister Om Prakash Chautala

Later when HC asked for answer sheets of these candidates, In Hindi paper, though Kuldhir spelt the word “Hindi” as “Hindhi”

In the History paper, although he attempted four questions, he was given awards for five questions

In the case of Jagdeep, a close relative of then chairman of the commission K.C. Bangar, awards were given for five questions, though he had attempted only four questions in the geography paper and some of the answers were written afterwards, may be outside the examination hall

The discrepancies were observed in the geography, criminal law and Hindi papers, where the difference in handwriting and tampering with marks was clear

Today after passing eight years of this incident, case is still pending in court and all these candidates serving Haryana Govt. proudly

After a gap of 5 years HPSC organized HCS-2009 exam under aegis of new chairman [Mr. Batra who later replaced by Mr. R D Sheokand] but HPSC failed to meet standard of Transparency and Accountability. Commission charged a fee of Rs. 1000/candidate when UPSC charged Rs. 20/candidate for same. Commission didn’t allow candidates to take away question papers neither in Prelims nor in Mains. May I ask why..??? Once again when final result of HCS-2009 was declared by HPSC on 4th Jan 2011, History repeated itself and most influential candidates (Close relatives of Board Members, Political Leaders and Bureaucrats) sailed through. INLD (Main Opposition Political Party) came with an advance list of 15 names on 21st December 2010 who would get selected and socking reality is that 10 names out of them are in the list of successful candidates

List of some favoured candidates in HCS-2009 Exam:-

**This time written carried 600 marks and interview carried 75 marks

  • Anu Sheokand (Roll N0- 1247), daughter of HPSC’s Chairperson R D Sheokand (completed his term on 5th Jan 2011) got selected in HCS (Ex. Br.) with a total score of 469 (411 in written + 58 in interview)
  • Pradeep Kumar (Roll No- 2394), close relative of Congress MLA Karan Singh Dalal got selected in HCS (Ex. Br.) with a total score of 497 (433 in written + 64 in interview)
  • Shalini Chetal (Roll No- 3126), close relative of Congress MLA Naveen Jindal got selected in HCS (Ex. Br.) with a total score of 457 (392 in written + 65 in interview)
  • Vivek Kalia (Roll No- 3698), son of Ambala Division’s Commissioner Mahindra Kalia got selected in HCS (Ex. Br.) with a total score of 426 (366 in written + 60 in interview) in SC category
  • Sandeep Dahiya (Roll No- 2931), nephew of Asha Hooda (wife of current CM) got selected as ETO with a total score of 431 (371 in written + 60 in interview)
  • Vijender Hooda (Roll N0- 3553), close relative of Congress MLA Krishan Hooda got selected as ETO with a total score of 453 (394 in written + 59 in interview)
  • Pradeep Yadav (Roll No- 2497), son of Jind’s DC Abhay Singh Yadav got selected as ETO with a total score of 441.2 (379 in written + 62.2 in interview)
  • Vikas Sharma (Roll No- 3575), nephew of HPSC’s member P Sharma got selected as AETO with a total score of 425 (359 in written + 66 in interview)
  • Shefali Verma (Roll No- 3118), daughter of HSSC’s secretary P D Verma got selected as AETO with a total score of 404 (344 in written + 60 in interview)
  • Satish (Roll No- 3058), close relative of Congress MLA Karan Singh Dalal got selected as AETO with a total score of 416 (376 in written + 40 in interview)

Apart from above mentioned candidates several other candidates who are close to either Politicians or Bureaucrats made it in list of successful candidates. They all are supposed to join on 18th Jan 2011. Many deserving candidates, who did very well in the written test, were intentionally given low marks in the interview either to push their rank low or kick them out. For instance candidate with Roll No-1184 has secured 411 marks in the written test but only 18 in the interview. Similarly, a candidate bearing Roll No- 2069 secured 409 marks in the written test but only 11 in the interview. There is very high variation in marks awarded in interview from minimum 10 to maximum 66. It will be not wrong we say that HCS stands for “Hidden Civil Services”

Good news is that more posts of HCS are coming in next month but I am sure that same will happen again until we will not get united. We Indians are born lazy. We study like hell, work like donkeys and then in the end we become victims of corruption, nepotism and favoritism. In the last we say what we can do now-? Nothing gonna change because system is like that only. I want to ask who created this bloody system. We the mango people give them power to play with us. Imagine what we can do…. if we UNITE together…! But problem is that today’s youth do not wanna fight. They have accepted it as their destiny. In front of curtain our leaders are talking about crushing corruption and infusing transparency in the system but behind curtain they are flourishing corruption, nepotism and favoritism. Unsound recruitment policy is the root cause of all other social problems like Dowry, Corruption, Unemployment, Poverty and Violent Protests like Naxalism. Suppose a person who is getting in system (Elite Services) by paying a handsome amount of bribe says 50 lacs. How we can expect him to be honest in his public dealings and why he did’t ask for a lucrative dowry as he has to re-earn the amount he has paid to get in by Tit or Tat

Don’t you guys think that we deserve a fair treatment with better accountability from Haryana Govt-? Kya Yaar Shame on us. I think we all are responsible for current system and nothing gonna change until youth of this country remain a mute spectator. Please come forward young guns of India. Save this country and our state. Ensure the fairness and transparency of exam. HPSC keep playing with aspirants since last one decade..!!!!! Its time to make a change guys…!!!! Till when we will keep dancing on the tune of politics-? I think things will never get change until we stop acting like a puppet with our strings in hands of few chameleons. Let’s do something for upcoming Aspirants. What we need at this point of time is UNITY and some ACTION PLAN to get rid of this exploitation because

Hum ubalte hain to bhuchaal ubal jate hain

Hum machalte hain to tufaan machal jate hain..!!!

Hume badalne ki kaushish karni hai ae dosto

Kyonki, Hum badalte hain to “ITIHAAS” badal jate hain..!!!

If you guys have some plans to change this system and to avoid coming pain please let me know…!!!!!

Jai Hind

Young Blood



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Result of HCS-2009 is out

Dear Friends

Result of Haryana Civil Services (Ex. Br.) and Allied Services Examination-2009 is out

You can check the result by clicking on the link given below

Final Result of HCS-2009

Congratulations to all successful candidates


Young Blood


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Outcome of 16th SAARC Summit

The 16th SAARC (South Asia association of Regional Cooperation) summit concluded in the capital of Bhutan. The theme of the summit was “Towards a green and happy south Asia”. South Asia is the home of 1.5 billion people, which comprise eight nations, namely India, Pakistan, Nepal, Bhutan, Maldives, Sri Lanka and Afghanistan. This is the silver jubilee year of SAARC. According to a World Bank report the 2/3rd people of south Asia live on less then 2 dollar per day. Certainly, it is far behind from the other regional organizations when compared about the progress and development of the region.

In the summit, the leaders of member countries rightly raised this issue. First, our Prime Minister, Man Mohan Singh called the 25-year long journey of SAARC, “a glass half empty” then Bhutan’s PM Jigmi Y Thinley said that SAARC is losing its focus from core issues, such as poverty, food security etc. In one sense these statements are true, as there are many bilateral issues between member countries which used to affect the multilateral efforts and initiatives of the developments, e.g. India-Pakistan relations have always overshadowed the SAARC summits and this time also the summit started with the huge speculations of Indo-Pak meets at the sidelines of the summit. Though, according to SAARC charter, bilateral issues cannot be raised on its forum, still the mere possibilities of Indo-Pak high level meet used to occupy a lot of space of the summit’s unofficial or official agenda. This fact is clear through the comment of Mohammad Nasheed, president of Maldives, he said, “the summit will lead to a greater dialogue between India and Pakistan”. The state heads of Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and Bhutan also expressed the similar views. President Nasheed also asked for the more focus on important issues which are related to SAARC nations and their problems which used to be overshadowed by the Indo-Pak stern relation.

One more issue, which has maintained gap between members, is the “India factor”. India has geographically, economically and politically a big brother image among the rest member countries of SAARC. All the nations of south Asia are connected geographically with India (Afghanistan through POK). Only Maldives, the island nation has no land connectivity with India. This big brother image has always raised negative thoughts and fears among the other members, the political parties have frequently used the anti- India card to raise the public emotions, e.g. in Nepal, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and off course Pakistan. This insecurity has provided a suitable opportunity for big powers to intervene in south Asia. Besides, ethnic, language, border and water disputes between the members, it has also created set-backs among bilateral and multilateral relations.

However, some significant events took place in Thimphu. The landmark decision was the announcement of a fund by Indian PM, to meet with the challenges of climate change and to cater for the needs of effective adaptation and capacity building of small nations. Though no proper action plan for climate change was drafted, still this is an important initiative as all the nations of south Asia are facing serious threats of global warming, such as, glacial melting, frequent cyclones, floods and droughts.

The next important event of summit was the Indo-Pak meeting on 29th April, between Prime Minister Man Mohan Singh and his counter part Yusuf Raza Gilani. It was the first meeting of both leaders after the one in Sharm- el –Sheikh in July 2009. In the meeting, India insisted on Pak to take some credential action against the 26/11 perpetrates, LeT and Hafeez Saeed, the mastermind of the Mumbai attack. India refused to start the conventional form of composite dialogue that is based on eight issues. Pakistan’s emphasis remained on delinking of terror from talks and an immediate return of composite dialogue. However, India rejected this offer and no joint statement took place, but the positive side of talks was that both sides agreed to keep the dialogue process open and decided to meet as soon as possible at Foreign Ministers’ level and at foreign secretary level.

Besides above developments, the 16th SAARC summit lacked behind on many issues. No progress took place on SAFTA (south Asia free trade agreement), nor the leaders of south Asia tried to find out any regional solution of Afghan problem. Though in a joint statement released by prime Minister Man Mohan Singh and President Karzai, Dr. Singh supported an “ Afghan-led , Afghan-owned” rebuilding of Afghanistan, based on the principles of national sovereignty, independence and non –interference. The rising interference of superpowers such as USA and China in south Asia too did not become an issue of concern for the leaders of subcontinent. The leaders of SAARC though felt that bilateral issues are creating hurdles in the progress of the region and its 1.5 billion people but no concrete step has been taken to overcome those issues.

However, the summit remarked the need of dialogue and conversation among the members to resolve their differences. After all, it gives an open forum to its members to exchange their views and visions regarding south Asia’s present, future and its potential role in international political and economic structure

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Why India must be Permanent Member of UNSC

The UN Security Council is one of most important organ of UN group, which is responsible to maintain the international peace and security. It comprise15 members, out of which ten are non-permanent who get select for a two year term and 5 are permanent members.  The five permanent members hold veto power and the other non-permanent members have voting rights on all resolutions that come in front of SC

Recently India is elected as a non-permanent member of UNSC by 187 votes out of 192 that show the goodwill and reputation of India at the world forum. However, permanent status is still a far dream. Since a long time, India is demanding for the permanent membership of UN Security Council. India has all the reason to claim for this status. It is one of the oldest civilizations of world, the largest democracy of world, second most populated country in world (every 6th person in world is an Indian). It is the second biggest economy of Asia and fourth largest in world. India is the founder of Non-alignment policy which helped the 3rd world countries to keep their foreign and domestic policies unaffected from the rivalry of superpowers and showed them a path of peace, freedom, development and co-existence. India is a nuclear power and has a strong commitment towards non-proliferation and dis-armament. Our nation always actively contributed in UNPK missions, when and wherever it was asked. In the present scenario when India has emerged as a leader of global south and an important member of G-20 and Outreach-5 countries, not even a single global issue is there, where India’s presence, co-operation and opinion are not required whether it is neo economic order, WTO talks, global environmental talks, reforms in international organizations etc. In short, any global organization/institution/system/course is incomplete without India

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CSAT-2011 Syllabus is out

Dear Aspirants

We are glad to inform you that Syllabus of CSAT 2011 is out. There is NO optional paper this time. There are two papers and pattern of examination is as follows-

Paper-1 [200 Marks]

Duration- 2 Hours

  • Current events of national and international importance
  • History of India and Indian national Movement
  • Indian and World Geography – Physical, social, economic geography of India and World
  • Indian Polity and Governance – Constitution, Political System, Panchayati Raj , Public Policy, Rights issues
  • Economic and Social Development – Sustainable development, Poverty,  Demographics, Social sector initiatives
  • General issues on Environmental Ecology, Biodiversity, Climate Change
  • General Science

Paper-2 [200 Marks]

Duration- 2 Hours

  • Comprehension
  • Interpersonal skills including communication Skills
  • Logical reasoning and analytical ability
  • Decision making and Problem solving
  • General mental ability
  • Basic Number System
  • Interpretation Skills (Charts, Graphs, tables, Data Sufficiency Class X Level)
  • English language Comprehension Skills

Official link is given below



Young Blood


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Expected Stuff in GS Mains-2010

Hey Guys

As First hurdle is crossed, now let us move to more arduous one as a HARD WORKING TEAM

Here we will try to read the mind of UPSC i.e. we will discuss all relevant stuff that can appear in GS Exam. We will try to get as near as possible in terms of UPSC’s style of asking questions in mains. For Example like

In case of GS-1 (History)

What were the circumstances that helps in creating anti-imperial movements in India during 1st World War-? (15 Marks)

All who cleared Preliminary exam can get full advantage by dis post as it will create a situation similar to MOCK TEST

Last but not least as usual suggestions are most welcome



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Please Provide ur Feedback

Hi Guys

As we all are aware about announcement of CSP-2010 Result by UPSC on 19th August 2010

I want all of my invaluable readers to share their results as per  predictions done by me much before announcement of Result so that i can get an idea about correctness of idea about Preliminary Cut-Off Subject wise

Your invaluable Feedback will give me an idea about whether UPSC is really unpredictable or not and help us to serve u better in future

Thank u so much 4 making this blog a hit among IAS Aspirants community


Young Blood


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