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How to intimate employer if I get a job after clearing prelims?

I recently cleared UPSC prelims 2017 and also landed in a job in PSU. The PSU has certain bond period and a hefty bond amount. Which could be transferred only on proper intimation. So needless to say I couldn't intimate while applying. Now, How should I proceed since I can not afford to pay the hefty bond amount if I do get selected in upsc?


  • just intimate u have applied for exam before joining. No permission is needed u will be considered for technical resignation in case u qualify.
    I think in 1 form one have to fill the exam in which u r appearing. Just consult HR and fill that form you will be safe.
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