UPSC Civil Services Result 2018
Anangsha Patra, 26 Jul 2018

UPSC Civil Services Result 2018 – Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) will declare UPSC Civil Services 2018 result of mains exam in December 2018. The mains exam is scheduled to be conducted from September 28 to October 7, 2018. On the basis of UPSC Civil Services mains exam, candidates will be shortlisted for the Personality Test. The roll numbers of qualified candidates will be made available in PDF file. Candidates twice the number of vacancies will be called for Personality Test. Approximately, 1564 candidates will be selected for Personality Test based on UPSC Civil Services result 2018.

 

The final UPSC Civil Services result 2018 will be announced in March/April 2019. The final merit list will be prepared based on the marks obtained in mains exam and interview. Selection of candidates to the various administrative posts will be done based on their rank in the merit list. UPSC Civil Service result 2018 of prelims exam was declared on July 14, 2018. As many as 10,460 candidates has been selected for the mains examination. For more information on UPSC Civil Services result including date, procedure to calculate score, result analysis, read this article below.

 

UPSC Civil Services 2018 Result Dates

Events

Dates

UPSC IAS Prelims 2018 exam

June 3, 2018

UPSC Prelims Result 2018

July 14, 2018

UPSC Mains 2018

September 28 to October 7, 2018

UPSC IAS mains result 2018

December 2018

Interview

January 2019

Final Result

March/April 2019

How to check UPSC Civil Services Result 2018

  • Click on the link 'UPSC Civil Services 2018 result'  provided below
  • The UPSC result 2018 is displayed on screen in pdf format
  • UPSC IAS result provides the roll numbers of candidates who have been selected for the next stage
  • Press Ctrl + F to search your roll number in the list
  • Download the result for future reference

Latest: To check UPSC IAS Prelims Result 2018 – Click Here 

              To check UPSC IFS Prelims Result 2018 - Click Here

 

Stages of UPSC Civil Services 2018 Result


UPSC IAS result 2018 is announced separately after each stage of the exam- preliminary, mains and final. The details of each stage are explained below. 

UPSC Prelims Result 2018

 

The result of UPSC Prelims 2018 has been released based on the marks obtained in General Studies (GS) Paper I and II. The qualifying marks for Paper II was 33%, i.e. 66 marks. GS paper II is qualifying in nature. Candidates who scored qualifying marks in both papers to be selected for Mains exam. Marks obtained in prelims exam will not be counted for final merit list. Each paper of Civil Services prelims carried 200 marks. Candidates 12 to 13 times the total number of vacancies are selected for mains examination as per UPSC Prelims result in 2018.

 

Calculation of Score of Prelims Exam 

 

The aggregate score of candidates of IAS 2018 Prelims exam has been calculated based on the following formula. 

 

Aggregate Score = (Correct answers in Paper I x 2) + (Correct responses in Paper II x 2.5) – (Number of incorrect response x marks deducted for each incorrect answer)

 

UPSC Mains Result 2018

 

UPSC Civil Services mains exam comprises two stages – written and personality test. The written test of Civil Services mains exam comprises nine papers, of which Paper A (Indian Languages) and Paper B (English) are qualifying in nature. The qualifying marks in Paper A and B is 25 %. Candidates will be shortlisted for Personality Test based on the scores of Paper 1 to 7. Candidates need to obtain minimum qualifying marks in each of the seven subjects they have appeared for in UPSC Civil Services Mains examination 2018. The written exam is conducted for 1750 marks. Candidates twice the number of vacancies will be selected for personality test as per UPSC Civil Services result 2018 for mains exam. Around 1500 candidates will be selected for personality test which is conducted for 275 marks.

 

UPSC Civil Services Final Result 2018

 

The commission declares the final result of UPSC Civil Services 2018 after the conclusion of interview rounds. Candidates will be selected for recruitment process based on the marks obtained in the Mains examination, i.e. written and personality test. The final result is calculated out of 2025 marks. The marks secured in Paper A and B of UPSC Civil Services Mains written exam will not be counted for final merit list. On the basis of UPSC Civil Services final result 2018, candidates will be selected to various administrative positions in All India Services and Central Civil Services including – Indian Administrative Services (IAS), Indian Police Service (IPS), Indian Revenue Service (IRS) and Indian Railway Traffic Service (IRTS).

 

UPSC Civil Services result 2018 – Merit List

  • The marks secured by candidates in the preliminary examination will not be counted for final merit list.

  • Candidates were required to secure minimum 33% (66 marks) in GS paper II to qualify for mains.

  • List of qualified candidates has been prepared by the commission on the basis of marks secured in GS Paper I and qualifying marks of GS Paper II.

  • Merit list will be prepared based on the aggregate marks scored in Mains Papers 1 – 7 to shortlist candidates for Interview.

  • In UPSC CS Mains exam, the marks obtained in Indian Language (Paper A) and English (Paper B) papers will not be calculated and will only be used to qualify candidates for the next stage of the exam.

  • However, applicants must score at least 25% in both Paper A and B to qualify for Interview.

  • Candidates invited to participate in interview will be approximately twice the number of vacancies available.

  • The final merit list will be prepared based on marks secured in written exam and interview.

  • Candidates will be allotted to the various posts on the basis of their ranks and posts preferences.

UPSC Civil Services Result Analysis

Candidates can check below for the previous years’ result trend of UPSC Civil Services

 

UPSC IAS Result Trends

Specifications

2012

2013

2014

2015

2016

2017

Total no. of IAS applicants

5,36,506

7,76,565

9.4 Lakh

9.4 Lakh

11.37 Lakh

-

Appeared in prelims Exam

2,71,422

3,23,949

4.5 Lakh

4.6 Lakh

5 Lakh

-

Qualified for Mains test

13,092

14,959

16,947

15,008

15,445

10,460

Shortlisted for Interview

2,674

3,003

3,308

2,797

--

-

Recommended for appointment

998
Male : 753
Female : 245

1,122
Male : 861
Female : 261

1,236

1,078

--

-

 

UPSC Civil Services Cutoff 2018

 

The cutoff of UPSC Civil Services is the minimum marks that candidates must score to qualify the exam stage and be shortlisted for the next level of recruitment. The Union Public Services Commission determines the cutoff for each stage of the exam. UPSC Civil Services cutoff is announced for preliminary, mains and final. Candidates can check previous years’ and expected UPSC CS cutoff from the table below.

 

UPSC IAS expected cutoff 2018

General

OBC

SC

ST

110 (+ or 3)

105 (+ or 3)

100 (+ or 3)

95 (+ or –3)

 Previous years’ UPSC Civil Services Cutoff

Category

Prelims

Mains

Final

UPSC Civil Services cutoff 2017

General

105.34

809

1006

OBC

102.66

770

968

SC

88.66

756

944

ST

88.66

749

939

UPSC Civil Services cut off 2016

General

116

787

988

OBC

110.66

745

951

SC

99.34

739

937

ST

96

730

920

UPSC CS cutoff 2015

General

107.34

676

877

OBC

106

630

834

SC

94

622

810

ST

91.34

617

801

 

What after the declaration of UPSC IAS Result 2018?

 

Candidates declared qualified as per IAS result of preliminary have to fill the Detailed Application Form (DAF) for appearing in the mains exam. The DAF has to be filled online from July 23 to August 6 till 6.00 P.M. The admit card for mains examination is released three weeks before the commencement of examination. Service allocation to a particular candidate is done depending on candidate’s rank in the merit list, the order of preference of service, category, and availability of vacancy. 

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