India's central recruiting agency, Union Public Service Commission (UPSC), is vested with the authority to conduct the most prominent entrance examinations in the country to shortlist the candidates for various positions in central government.
One amongst the Constitutional Bodies in India, UPSC, conducts various entrance examinations such as the Civil Services Examination, Engineering Services, NDA & NA Examination, CDS, CAPF, CMS and IES/ISS Examination. The Commission is also responsible for releasing the result after the examination.
|Exam||Civil Services Examination|
|Conducted by||Union Public Service Commission (UPSC)|
|Frequency||Once a year|
|Result stages||Preliminary, main and final|
|UPSC Preliminary Exam Date||October 4, 2020|
|UPSC Prelims Result Date||October 23, 2020|
|UPSC Main Exam Exam Date||January 8, 2021 (5 days)|
|UPSC Mains Result Date||January 30, 2021 (tentative)|
|UPSC Interview Date||February/March 2021|
|UPSC Final Result||May 2021|
The UPSC written result will be released for the Civil Services Preliminary and Main Examination. Aspirants who have appeared for the examination can check their written by following the below steps.
The Commission has released the Civil Services Preliminary 2020 result on October 23. Candidates have to check their UPSC Prelims result through roll number. Aspirants are advised to save the pdf files until the final result. One should note that the marks, cut off marks and answer keys of screening test held through CS (P) Examination, 2020 will be uploaded on the official website only after the final result of the Civil Services Examination, 2019.
After qualifying in the Civil Services (Preliminary) examination, candidates should accelerate their Main Exam preparation. Prior to this, one should apply again in the Detailed Application Form (DAF) for Civil Services Main Examination. The application window will be available only on the official website of UPSC. Aspirants should submit the DAF (CSM) prior to the closing date and save the same for future reference.
The UPSC will release the Civil Services Mains result 2020 in the last week of January 2021. The Commission will conduct the UPSC Main exam from January 8, 2021, onwards. Candidates can visit the official website to check the UPSC CSE Mains result 2020. Aspirants will be very curious about the marks and cut off of UPSC Main exam. The Commission will upload the marks and cut off on the official site after the UPSC final result 2020.
Over 6 lakh candidates appear for the Civil Services (Preliminary) Examination every year out of which around 10,000 candidates will be shortlisted for the Civil Services Main Examination. The approximate number of candidates called for the Civil Services Interview will be less than 2,500. Hence, aspirants should know all the important steps to follow after the Civil Services Main Exam results.
The shortlisted candidates for the UPSC Interview should produce only the original certificates at the time of the Personality Test. The most important documents required during interview round is the educational certificates, age document (date of birth), community certificate, physically handicapped and others. One should also carry the questionnaire, attestation form, and TA form, etc. Aspirants are advised to explore the call letter sent by the Commission for an interview to know the complete list of documents required for UPSC interview.
|Academic certificates||Age proof||community certificate|
|physically handicapped certificate (if any)||Attestation form||TA form|
The Commission has released the UPSC Final result 2020 on August 4. It has released the UPSC Final result 2020 based on the written part of Civil Services Examination in September 2019 and Personality Test in February-August 2020. A total of 829 candidates have been recommended for appointment to -
(iii) Indian Police Service
(iv) Central Services, Group A and Group B
The Commission has released the Civil Services 2019 reserve list on January 4, 2021. The Main exam result was declared for a total of 829 candidates against 927 vacancies on August 4, 2020. The Commission has recommended 89 candidates of which 73 General, 14 OBC, 01 EWS, and 01 SC, to fill up the remaining posts.
Candidates so recommended will be intimated directly by the DOP&T. A total of four candidates are provisional. The result of one candidate ha been kept withheld.
Candidates who are aiming for other examinations conducted by the UPSC are suggested to visit the respective page for detailed information.