The reason to write an exam is usually a great result. One seeks to perform their best in exams. Especially, when the exam is filled with competition. Out of the massive number of candidates writing the UPSC exam, only a few clear the test. But how do you know who cleared and who didn’t? For that, you need to check the UPSC result. However, remember there are two stages of result declaration. Firstly, the UPSC final prelims result is declared. Hence, if you appeared for the prelims test, you should check your result. The UPSC prelims/mains exam and result date are declared online. One can easily visit the official website to check their prelims exam result. If you are on the list of successful candidates, you will qualify for the next exam round. That is the mains written paper.
About the UPSC prelims/mains exam result
For a great prelims result, you need the support of two papers. Moreover, both the papers are different in nature. Hence, you will need a separate strategy to crack both. Firstly, you will need a strong basic foundation on GS topics for paper one in prelims. Secondly, you will need great aptitude practice for paper two. However, the major focus must be emphasized on paper one. Therefore, this will bring you the merit you need. However, the CSAT paper will simply qualify you to write the exam. If you fail in any one of these, you lose.
Moreover, if you do not fit in the desired cutoff, you stand to lose a chance to write the mains exam. Hence, the prelims are the base of the pyramid. Unless you do not get a good UPSC prelims result, there is no question about mains. Furthermore, there are those candidates who successfully crack the prelims test. Since it does not have additional burdens like essays and optional papers, bright students easily pass through it. However, one must not forget that the prelims exam follows the negative marking scheme.
Mains and interview result
If you crack the prelims with proper strategy, you secure a pass to the mains exam. Hence, for this, you will have to wait for the UPSC prelims result. Now once the results are out, you can be sure about writing the mains exam. Usually, you will get a month or so before the second exam stage. After you write your mains exam, you will get your UPSC mains result. For a good mains result, you need the help of both the qualifying and merit papers. Now, candidates who clear the mains test, you will be called upon for an interview. Thus, you will get your UPSC final result. Hence, you’ll be declared as selected for the desired post. Moreover, you will be trained in your field as per the need of the job.
UPSC 2021 prelims exam result
Due to the covid pandemic, the exams were delayed. Hence, the UPSC 2020 was scheduled for 2021. Thus, the results were declared in 2021. Furthermore, the 2020 prelims exam was held on the 4th of October 2020. Moreover, the UPSC prelims result was out on 23rd October 2020. Hence, the result came out quite soon, in the same month and the same year. Furthermore, the UPSC 2021 prelims are set to be held on the 10th of October, 2021. Hence, you can also expect the results in October or the start of November. The UPSC mains 2020 took place on the 8th of January, 2021. This is due to the covid delay. Hence, the results were out on 23rd March 2021. Moreover, this UPSC prelims/mains result was followed by an interview round and then training. In addition to this, Check the UPSC cutoff here: Read Now.
Steps to check your UPSC Final Result
The very first step is to visit the UPSC official website. Here, you will find many different links. Eventually, you will find the exam calendar and any exam updates necessary. Hence, it is important to visit this site often during your attempt. Furthermore, once you visit the official website you should scroll down. Then, find the word “Written Result”. Additionally, find the result link. Furthermore, search your written result by entering your roll number. After you find your UPSC prelims/mains exam final result, download it. Furthermore, you should print your result for future reference.
- Visit the official UPSC website.
- Look for “Written Result”
- Find the UPSC result link.
- Enter your roll number to find your result.
- Download and print your result.
Thus, you can check the UPSC final result for 2021 after the interview phase. Further, you can find it on the same website online. However, while checking the final result, search for the keyword final result on the website.
As per the UPSC 2020 result, the commission declared the vacancies. Moreover, it also declared the number of recommendations. Hence, let us look at them one by one. There are 397 vacancies in the general category. However, UPSC has recommended only 304 candidates. Furthermore, there are 83 vacancies for the EWS category. However, only 78 of them were recommended. The OBC category had 251 vacancies. Hence, there were 251 recommendations from this category. Moreover, there were 129 vacancies in the SC category. Thus, an equal number of candidates were recommended. Further, the ST candidates had 67 vacancies and recommendations. Hence, in total there were 927 vacancies. However, only 829 were recommended in the year 2020.
UPSC 2021 vacancies
After the UPSC final result, you should check the vacancies. Here, we will list the service-wise vacancies in 2021 among different categories. Moreover, the first popular service is IAS. That is the Indian Administrative Service. This service has a total of 180 vacancies only. However, these vacancies are divided among different category candidates. Firstly, the general category IAS vacancies are 73. There are 18 EWS, 49 OBC, 27 SC, and 13 ST vacancies in the year 2021. Further, the next service is the Indian Foreign Service. There are very few vacancies for this service. Only 37 posts are vacant for this service. Out of these, 14 are general category vacancies. Moreover, 4 are EWS vacancies, 10 OBC, 6 SC, and 3 ST vacancies for IFS.
Furthermore, there are 200 vacancies in the Indian Police Service. Moreover, out of these, 83 are for the general category. Moreover, 20 are for EWS, 50 for OBC, 27 for SC, and 20 for ST.
Other service vacancies
|Indian P & T Accounts & Finance Service, Group ‘A’||4||1||5||2||2||14|
|Indian Audit and Accounts Service, Group ‘A’||7||2||6||3||2||20|
|Indian Defence Accounts Service, Group ‘A’||10||2||6||4||2||24|
|Indian Revenue Service (I.T.), Group ‘A’||19||6||14||8||4||51|
|Indian Revenue Service Custom and Indirect Taxes Group ‘A’||16||5||11||6||3||41|
|Indian Postal Service, Group ‘A’||6||2||7||3||1||19|
|Indian Civil Accounts Service, Group ‘A’||1||3||3||2||1||10|
|Indian Railway Protection Force Service||5||0||4||0||0||9|
|Indian Defence Estates Service, Group ‘A’||2||1||2||1||0||6|
|Indian Information Service (Junior Grade), Group ‘A’||5||0||2||1||1||9|
|Indian Trade Service, Group ‘A’||6||0||1||0||1||8|
|Indian Corporate Law Service, Group “A”||4||1||2||2||1||9|
|Armed Forces Headquarters Civil Service, Group ‘B’ (Section Officer’s Grade)||19||4||14||6||3||46|
|Delhi, Andaman & Nicobar Islands, Lakshadweep, Daman & Diu and Dadra & Nagar Haveli Civil Service, Group ‘B’||3||1||2||1||0||7|
|Delhi, Andaman & Nicobar Islands, Lakshadweep, Daman & Diu and Dadra & Nagar Haveli Police Service, Group ‘B’||6||2||4||3||1||16|
|Pondicherry Civil Service, Group ‘B’||3||0||1||2||0||6|
Normally, candidates prefer to opt for IAS, IPS, IFS, and IRS. However, there are many other services within UPSC. Therefore, it is important to know these services and vacancies too. Therefore, you will secure a post no matter what. However, you need the right knowledge to choose the most suitable service for you. Therefore, we have listed above the most preferred and reputed services other than IAS. Along with your UPSC prelims/mains/final result, it is imp to know the vacancies as well. Therefore, you should identify your category. Then, you should go about checking the total number of vacancies. Usually, the vacancies are out on the official website online. Hence, one can easily check it whenever they want to. Further, to read more about the UPSC vacancies: click here.
Apparently, as per the UPSC final result, Pradeep Singh topped the civil services exam. Hence, overall, he scored 1072 marks in the exam. Hence, he secured the first rank in the exam.
1. Pradeep Singh.
2. Jatin Kishore.
3. Pratibha Verma.
Firstly, the first rank holder scored 1072 marks. Secondly, Jatin Kishore scored 1063 marks. Thirdly, Pratibha Verma scored around 1062 marks. Hence, even a single mark can reduce or increase your rank.
Basically, the interview carries a total of 275 marks. Moreover, every year some candidates outshine and score the best in their interviews. In the year 2020, a candidate named Zainab Sayeed scored 200 marks in the interview round out of 275 marks. Moreover, her AIR was 107 in the exam.
Firstly, the basic salary or the starting salary is around INR 56,000. However, aspirants need not worry about the salary as the remuneration increases with additional experience and expertise.
Editor’s Note | UPSC Result
Here we will conclude our article. Today we saw, the details about the UPSC result. Firstly, we discussed the UPSC prelims/mains/final result, and then we talked about the 2020/21 results. Moreover, we listed the steps to check your UPSC prelims/mains/final result on the official UPSC website after your exam. In addition to the UPSC result, we discussed the 2021 vacancies. Thus, we understood that every service has a different vacancy rate. Moreover, the vacancies are divided amongst different categories. For example, the general, EWS, OBC, etc. categories. Hence, one must check their category and the adjacent vacancy. Therefore, the UPSC’s final result is of utmost importance.
Moreover, it comprises the prelims score, mains score, and finally your interview score. Hence, all three stages help you to achieve the final rank. Therefore, one must perform well in all three stages to secure a decent rank. However, if you fail even in one of them, you have to restart your journey. Hence, it is better to write the exam religiously the very first time.