UPSC 2021 Result
The UPSC CSE Prelims Result was announced on October 29, 2021. The steps to download it are shown below. To make things easier for you, I've attached the IAS result PDF here.
The UPSC CSE 2021 mains result is scheduled to be revealed within 3-4 weeks of the end of the mains test.
In this section of the blog, we'll go over how to verify your UPSC results, the most recent updates on the current annual exam cycle, and previous year's IAS results.
Now, let’s quickly go over the important dates of the current UPSC IAS exam cycle:
UPSC (IAS) 2021 Exam Result Dates
In the table below, I have mentioned the important dates pertaining to the results of the 2021 UPSC (IAS) exam cycle:
|UPSC Preliminary||10th October, 2021|
|Declaration of Results of UPSC Prelims||29th October, 2021|
|UPSC Mains||7th, 8th, 9th, 15th, 16th January 2022|
|Declaration of Results of UPSC Mains||TBA|
|Declaration of the UPSC Final results||To be announced after the interviews|
Now let’s look at the steps you’d need to follow to check your UPSC IAS results.
Steps to Check 2021 UPSC (IAS) Result
The results of the written rounds of the UPSC, namely the Prelims and the Mains, are released on the official website.
The last result that came out was of UPSC CSE (IAS) 2021 prelims so the steps provided below have been updated accordingly:
Step 1: Visit the UPSC’s official website – www.upsc.gov.in
Step 2: After opening the website, scroll down to look for the link called “written results”.
Step 3: After clicking on the “written results” link, click on the link called “Examination Written Results”.
Step 4: Next, Download the UPSC Result PDF labeled “Civil Services (Preliminary) Examination, 2021″.
Step 5: Search for your roll number in the result PDF. Tap back if you have cleared the exam or start working hard for the next year if you haven’t. Never lose hope.
Now, that you know about the steps to download the results, let’s take a look into the UPSC (IAS) results of the previous years (Prelims Mains).
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