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UPSC Combined Geo-Scientist and Geologists Result 2021 - Check Prelims & Mains Result, Cut off

UPSC Combined Geo-Scientist and Geologists Result 2021 - Check Prelims & Mains Result, Cut off

Edited By vikrant.shukla | Updated on Jul 31, 2021 09:39 AM IST | #UPSC Combined Geo-Scientist and Geologist Exam

UPSC Combined Geo Scientist Result 2021 - UPSC has declared the final Combined Geo Scientist mains exam 2020 result on July 30. The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) will release the UPSC 2021 Combined Geo Scientist result in online mode PDF format @upsc.gov.in.
Latest Updates: Check the final Combined Geo Scientist mains exam 2020 result here. UPSC has released the UPSC Geo Scientist admit card 2021 on February 1. Check UPSC Combined Geo Scientist syllabus here.

The result for the UPSC Combined Geo Scientist exam is released stage wise for mains, prelims and merit list. The UPSC Combined Geo Scientist result 2021 for preliminary stage is first released with roll number and then along with the name and roll number. The UPSC Combined Geo Scientist 2021 is expected to be released in April 2021. The UPSC 2021 Combined Geo Scientist result also mentions the services for which the aspirants are shortlisted like Geologist/Jr. Hydrogeologist, Geophysicist and Chemist. Check all details related to the result of UPSC Combined Geo Scientist 2021 here.

UPSC Combined Geo Scientist Result 2021 Dates

From the following table candidates can check the UPSC Combined Geo Scientist Result dates 2021.

UPSC 2021 Combined Geo Scientist Result Dates

UPSC Combined Geo Scientist Events

Dates

UPSC Combined Geo Scientist Preliminary Exam

February 21, 2021 (Sunday)

UPSC Combined Geo Scientist Result

April 2021

UPSC Combined Geo Scientist Mains Exam

July 17, 2021 (Saturday)

UPSC Combined Geo Scientist Result

To be announced

How to check the UPSC Combined Geo Scientist Result 2021?

From the following steps, aspirants can check the result of UPSC Combined Geo Scientist.

Step 1: Visit the official website of UPSC - upsc.gov.in

Step 2: In the "What's section" click on "UPSC Combined Geo Scientist Preliminary Result"

Step 3: A new PDF will open, from there candidates can check the roll number by clicking "CTRL+F" and enter the roll number

Step 4: Download the result PDF for future reference

UPSC Combined Geo Scientist Result 2021 Stages

  • Preliminary Stage

  • Mains Stage

  • Final Stage (After conducting the Personality Test/Interview)

UPSC Combined Geo Scientist Result 2021 Prelims

The result of the preliminary stage is released a few days after the exam is conducted. The result is released on the official website in PDF format and consists of the roll number of all qualified candidates as well as their name. Only those candidates who qualify the preliminary exam will be eligible to appear in the mains exam.

UPSC Combined Geo Scientist Result 2021 Mains

Candidates who qualify in the preliminary exam will be eligible to appear in the mains exam. The mains exam is conducted for a couple of days. After qualifying the mains exam aspirants will be eligible to appear for the final stage which is the Interview/Personality test. The final UPSC Combined Geoscientist Result will be declared on the basis of candidate's performance in the mains exam as well as the interview stage.

What after the UPSC Combined Geo Scientist Result 2021?

After the final result of UPSC Combined Geo Scientist 2021 is declared, aspirants will be recruited at the vacant positions as per the UPSC Combined Geo Scientist notification.

UPSC Combined Geo Scientist Cut off 2021

The cut off of UPSC Combined Geo Scientist is the minimum qualifying marks that candidates need to score in order to qualify each stage of the exam. The cutoff marks are prepared to post and category wise. From the following table, aspirants can check the previous year cut off marks of UPSC Combined Geo Scientist.

Previous year cut off marks of UPSC Combined Geo Scientist

Category

Vacancy

Recommendation of PwBD

candidates

Vacancy after

recommendation of PwBD candidates


Recommendation of candidates

[Non-PwBD]


Minimum qualifying

standards* at

Written Stage

(Out of 700)

Cut-off

marks

at Final Stage

(Out of 900)


General

20

nil

19

19 (1=EWS, 1=OBC)

244

377

EWS

05

nil

05

05

218

326

OBC

00

02

00

00

-

-

SC

13

nil

13

13

182

310

ST

12

nil

12

12

145

251

Total

50

02

49

49



Candidates belonging to Persons with Benchmark Disability (PwBD)

PwBD 1

02

01 (OBC)

01


136

236

PwBD 3

01

01 (OBC)

nil


131

251

Total

03

02

01




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Frequently Asked Question (FAQs)

1. How to check the result of UPSC Combined Geo Scientist 2021?

Aspirants can check the result from the official website by following the steps mentioned above.

2. Is the UPSC Combined Geo Scientist result tough?

Yes, the exam is quite difficult due to the subject matter hence, only a few vacancies are released. But if you have prepared well, they can qualify the exam.

3. In what format the result of UPSC Combined Geo Scientist released?

The results are released in PDF format.

4. What are the details mentioned in the result of UPSC Combined Geo Scientist?

In the first PDF the roll number is mentioned while in the next result PDF the name along with the roll number is mentioned.

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Questions related to UPSC Combined Geo-Scientist and Geologist Exam

Have a question related to UPSC Combined Geo-Scientist and Geologist Exam ?

Hello aspirant ,

To appear for UPSC exam...you have to pass the eligibility criteria of the exam....

UPSC Age Limit for Civil Services Exam 2022 :

The candidates must have attained 21 years of age and be less than 32 years of age as of 1st August 2022.....

The official notification will carry UPSC Age Limit 2022 details......

Age limit :

General Category - 21 to 32

EWS - 21 to 32

SC/ST - 21 to 37

OBC - 21 to 35

Educational Eligibility or Qualification :

The candidate must have at least a bachelor's degree from a recognised university to take the UPSC exam.

Even those candidates who have written the final year exams of the qualifying exam (bachelor's degree) and are awaiting results can apply for the exam....

you will get all the needed information about your query through the following link....

https://competition.careers360.com/articles/upsc-ias-eligibility-criteria

Hope this helps


Hi Ishaan,

GATE is one of the most valuble examination conducted in India.

Through GATE qualifying  scores after MSc in geology you get following opportunities to choose from:-

1. you can pursue phd or research work with scholarships

2. you can apoly for private jobs

3. you can apply for PSU jobs

4. you can go for fellowship program in management.

So there are alot of good options for you if you clear GATE exam.

Hopethis will help you out .

Good luck.

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