The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has released the results of the civil services main examination 2017. The Main examination was held from 28 October to 3 November last year.
How to check the UPSC Main Exam Results 2017?
In order to check the UPSC Main Exam Results 2017, follow the steps given here:
Log on to the official website www.upsc.gov.in
Under Whats New, click on the results link that reads, Written Result: Civil Services (Main) Examination, 2017
A new page will appear with the PDF file link. Click on that
The roll numbers of successful candidates will be displayed on the screen. Save it to your computer and take a print out of it for future reference
What Next after UPSC Main Result?
The personality test or interview of the selected candidates in UPSC will tentatively begin from 19 February, according to the notification.
The e-summon letter for the personality test of candidates called for interview may be downloaded from the commission's website from 18 January.
UPSC Main Exam Marksheet
UPSC Main Exam Marksheet for the candidates who had written the exam will be available on UPSC's website within 15 days from the date of publication of the final result (after conducting the personality tests) and would be available on the portal for a period of 60 days.
UPSC Selection Process
- Preliminary exam
- Main Exam
Indian Administrative Service (IAS), Indian Foreign Service (IFS), and Indian Police Service (IPS) are some of the civil services officer grades for which the UPSC conducts the exams.
How to prepare for UPSC Recruitment Interview?
The interview is one of the most important parts of the examination. It is vital for you to convey your thoughts clearly to the interviewers.
So focus on polishing your communication skills and body language. Some candidates are blessed with such skills. Some need to practice to become excellent communicators of their ideas. Candidates with no communication skills can approach those, who have already appeared for the civil services exams, to take useful tips from them.
The interview part of the civil services exams is not designed to judge one's expertise on a subject. However, a candidate has to speak from the heart or answer all the questions with honesty.
There is a common misunderstanding among the candidates that if they speak lies about their hobbies just to get through the interview, it will never help them. The interviewers are there not just to ask questions but also to evaluate a candidate's personality and ability to have a clear understanding that a 'no' is a 'no' it cannot be replaced with a 'yes' and vice versa.