Latest Update (22nd February 2017): UPSC Civil Services Mains Result 2017 will be going to released on 22 February 2017 at www.upsc.gov.in
UPSC IAS Civil Services Result 2017
- 1 UPSC IAS Civil Services Result 2017
- 2 UPSC CSAT Result 2017
- 3 UPSC Civil Services 2017 Result
- 4 www.upsc.gov.in/ upsc result of the civil services (preliminary)
- 5 UPSC Civil Service Selection Process
- 6 UPSC Civil Service Preliminary Exam
- 7 UPSC Civil Services Cut off 2016
- 8 UPSC Civil Service Main Exam
- 9 Official Website: www.upsc.gov.in
Union Public Service Commission will be going to declare the result of the UPSC Civil Service Exam on 22 February 2017 which is an expected date on its authorized portal www.upsc.gov.in along with the link of UPSC IAS Civil Service Result 2016, the examination of the same will be held on 7th of August 2016. A few months back, the recruitment notification for the IAS Exam was out to recruit vacancies required for the different departments under various ministries.
In response to this recruitment advertisement, the board has received the application in the counting of thousand. The candidates who are now eagerly waiting for the exams as well as for their result too. These will appear on the main portal so as they can know their performance in the examination and can also shape their future as per their desire. The authority member of UPSC will soon declare the exam result on the official site and is expected to be released on 22 February 2017.
UPSC CSAT Result 2017
The Civil Services Examination (CSE) is a nationwide competitive examination in India conducted by the Union Public Service Commission for recruitment to various Civil Services of the Government of India, including Indian Administrative Service (IAS), Indian Foreign Service (IFS), Indian Police Service (IPS), and Indian Revenue Service (IRS) among others. The examination is the toughest examination in India with success rate of 0.1%-0.3% with more than 900,000 applicants and also has the least success ratio in the entire World (Only top 0.03% get the prestigious IAS). This time the UPSC conducted the examination on 7 August 2016 for recruiting dynamic candidates for various posts of Civil Services. All the candidates who are searching for the result can see their performance on 22 February 2017 which is the expected date.
Update: UPSC Civil Service Result 2016-17 will going to be available on 22 February 2017 on its official web portal so all candidates are suggested to stay in touch with us …!!
UPSC Civil Services 2017 Result
Union Public Service Commission has fixed the date of the examination on 7th of August, 2016 at various examination centers so now all candidates who are waiting to appear for the exam can check their results too. Every year UPSC organize the Civil Services exam for staffing high-level officer ranks cadre such as IAS, IPS, IRS, IFS in Indian key departments. Candidates after given test very keen to know about their results as on the basis of the marks they may come to know about their chances for the selection so they are officially looking for the results announcement. This is good news for those candidates that the result is already uploaded on the official site.
www.upsc.gov.in/ upsc result of the civil services (preliminary)
- Name of the organization: Union Public Service Commission
- Name of the post: UPSC CAPF Exam
- Exam Date: 7th August
- Admit Card Status: Issued and available
- Exam Type: UPSC Civil Service Mains Exam
- Total Marks: 400
- Time Duration: 4 hours
- Answer key: Will be available after the commencement of the exam
- Result date: 22 February 2017 (Expected)
- Further process: Interview
- Website: upsc.gov.in
UPSC Civil Service Selection Process
The selection process for UPSC Civil Services comprises of two stages: Civil Services (Preliminary) Examinations (Objective Type) and Civil Services (Main) Examination (Written and Interview). According to the notification, under UPSC Civil Services Selection process, qualifying candidates of Prelims round will be only called for Mains round which includes written exam and personality test. Those who qualify the Mains round will be appointed as Civil Servants.
UPSC Civil Service Preliminary Exam
Preliminary Exam was of 4-hour Objective Type paper, comprising two papers of multiple choice questions of maximum 200 marks each from various subjects including General Awareness, English Language, Numerical Aptitude, Reasoning, etc. There will be penalty (negative marking) for wrong answers marked by a candidate in the Objective Type Question Papers. Cut off marks for category wise will release along with results, qualifying marks for CSP are 33%.
UPSC Civil Services Cut off 2016
The trend of the last two years cut-off marks are given below for the benefits of the candidates so that they can compare the last year position and understand their position in this competitive exam. They have to work really hard and also do the smart work to get the cut-off marks that will help them to be in the competition to get recruited.
|Serial||Category||Cutoff (Out of 400)|
|2||OBC (Other Backward Classes)||226|
|3||ST (Scheduled Tribe)||208|
|4||SC (Scheduled Caste)||212|
|Serial||Category||Cutoff (Out of 400)|
|2||OBC (Other Backward Classes)||222|
|3||ST (Scheduled Tribe)||201|
|4||SC (Scheduled Caste)||207|
UPSC Civil Service Main Exam
The written examination will consist of 9 papers of conventional essay type in the subjects given in notification out of which two papers will be of qualifying nature. The range of questions may vary from just one mark to sixty marks, twenty words to 600 words answers. Each paper will be of three hours duration. Candidates will have the option to answer all the question papers, except Paper-I (English Comprehension and English precis) in English or Hindi.
Candidates, who obtain such minimum qualifying marks in the written part of the Main Examination as may be fixed by the Commission at their discretion, shall be summoned by them for an interview or for a Personality Test. The number of candidates to be summoned for interview will be about twice the number of vacancies to be filled.