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‘Ek saal barbaad’: Denied entry for arriving late, parents of UPSC aspirant break down | Trending News

An aspirant appearing for the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) Civil Service Prelims examination was denied entry into the exam centre in Gurugram after she arrived late. A video of her parents in tears and anger is doing rounds on the Internet.

In the viral video, the aspirant’s mother can be seen in an unconscious state as her father wails. “Papa! paani piyo. Kyun aise kar rahe ho? Papa, hum agli baar de denge. Kuch aisi baat nahi hai (Papa, please have water and calm down. Why are you behaving like this? I will appear for the exam next year. It’s not a big deal),” the aspirant is heard saying in the video.

Ek saal gaya baabu hamara (A year has been wasted),” the father says. To which, she replies, “Koi baat nahi! Naa umar nikali jaa rahi (It’s not a big deal. I am still young).”

The father can be seen howling and cursing the school authorities. The father and daughter then try to compose the mother who refuses to leave saying, “Naa jaungi (I won’t leave).”

Sharing the video, an X user Sakshi wrote, “Heartbreaking video. Condition of Parents who came along with their daughter for the UPSC Prelims exam today, as their daughter was not allowed for being late. Exam starts at 9: 30 am, and they were at the gate at 9 am but were not allowed in by the principal of S.D. Adarsh Vidyalaya, Sector 47, Gurugram.”

Watch the viral video here:


The video, shared on Sunday, amassed over 1,92,000 views as several social media users expressed empathy. Reacting to it, a user wrote, “Even I attended exam yesterday, they allowed me in after 9 AM too. But some colleges, it depends on type of principal present. He allowed candidates till 9:25 AM and closed the gate afterwards. He was kind.” Another user commented, “Respect for his daughter to be strong in this condition.”

“A good UPSC candidate she didn’t lose her calm seeing her mother crying but sad for the crying aunty,” a third user reacted.

UPSC Prelims 2024 was held in two shifts — morning and afternoon — on Sunday. While the morning shift for GS paper 1 started at 9.30 am, the afternoon shift for GS paper 2 (CSAT) began at 2.30 pm.

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