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UPSC Cut off 2024 - Check UPSC Prelims Exam Cutoff marks

UPSC Cut off 2024 - Check UPSC Prelims Exam Cutoff marks

Edited By Sneha Vinod | Updated on Jun 17, 2024 12:05 PM IST | #UPSC CSE

Union Public Service Commission will release the UPSC CSE cutoff 2024 in the form of a pdf at upsc.gov.in. The UPSC CSE cutoff is usually released alongside the results on the official website. The UPSC 2024 cutoff pdf will contain the category wise cutoff marks for the prelims, mains and interviews. The prelims cutoff is a critical determinant of the UPSC selection process 2024.

UPSC Cutoff 2024 refers to the minimum scores required by candidates to qualify for further stages of the examination or to secure a position in the final merit list. The UPSC conducts various examinations in India, including the Civil Services Examination, which includes numerous administrative positions like the Indian Administrative Service (IAS), Indian Police Service (IPS), Indian Foreign Service (IFS) etc. The UPSC 2024 prelims cutoff for each exam is decided based on several factors, including the total number of vacancies, the difficulty level of the examination, and the performance of candidates.

UPSC Cutoff 2024

Referring to the expected UPSC 2024 prelims cutoff helps the candidate to evaluate their exam performance and predict if they will advance to the next round or not. The expected UPSC prelims cutoff 2024 category wise is listed in the table below. Candidates can refer to the expected UPSC CSE prelims cutoff 2024 category wise table to get a general idea on the outcome of the exam.

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UPSC IAS prelims cutoff 2024 category wise (Expected):

Categories

Expected UPSC pre cutoff 2024

Expected UPSC mains cutoff 2024

Expected UPSC final cutoff 2024

General

85-90

TBA

TBA

EWS

76-81

TBA

TBA

OBC

83-88

TBA

TBA

SC

70-75

TBA

TBA

ST

63-68

TBA

TBA

PwBD-1

53-58

TBA

TBA

PwBD-2

53-58

TBA

TBA

PwBD-3

40-45

TBA

TBA

PwBD-5

42-47

TBA

TBA

Steps to check UPSC prelims 2024 cutoff:

Candidates can follow the instructions given below to check the UPSC prelims 2024 cutoff:

  1. Go to the official UPSC website at upsc.gov.in

  2. Go to the Examination tab and click on the cutoffs link in the drop down box.

  3. The UPSC cutoff exam list will be visible containing the exam names along with the PDF files

  4. Check the category wise UPSC cutoff 2024 in the cutoff PDF

  5. Download and save the UPSC cutoff PDF for future reference.

UPSC Previous Year Cuoff

Previous year cutoff also helps to formulate a vague idea of the UPSC prelims cutoff 2024 category wise numbers. UPSC CSE Prelims 2023 cutoff has been listed below to help make more accurate predictions for the current year cutoff.

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UPSC Civil Services Cutoff 2023

Only those candidates who scored above the UPSC IAS cu off 2023 could advance to the further rounds. UPSC prelims 2023 cutoff gives an idea on the marks required to clear the prelims and advance to the mains. UPSC CSE prelims cutoff 2023 category wise is given in the table below.

UPSC IAS prelims cutoff 2023 category wise:

Category

Prelims cutoffs

Mains cutoffs

Final cutoffs

General

75.41

741

953

EWS

68.02

706

923

OBC

74.75

712

919

SC

59.25

694

890

ST

47.82

692

891

PwBD-1

40.4

673

894

PwBD-2

47.13

718

930

PwBD-3

40.4

396

756

PwBD-5

33.68

445

589

The UPSC Prelims 2023 cutoff was only for GS paper 1. GS Paper 2 is qualifying in nature requiring a minimum of 33% marks as per Rule 15 of the Civil Services Examination 2023. If two or more candidates secured the same UPSC Cutoff 2023, the tie would have been resolved following the guidelines set by UPSC where the candidate who secured more marks in the compulsory papers and the personality test combined would be ranked higher and if the tie is still no resolved, the candidate who is more senior age wise would be ranked higher.

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UPSC IAS Mains Cutoff

After surpassing the UPSC Mains Cutoff marks, candidates qualify for the final stage of selection, which is the Interview.The UPSC Mains comprise of nine papers, with merit ranking based on seven papers. The English Language Paper and the Indian Language Paper are deemed qualifying, requiring candidates to achieve minimum marks set by the UPSC.

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UPSC IAS Final Cutoff

The UPSC Final Cutoff marks are calculated by combining candidates scores from both the Mains Examination and the Personality Test. The UPSC Mains Examination comprises seven papers, while the Interview stage accounts for the rest. Each candidate's overall performance determines the final cut-off.

Candidates exceeding the UPSC Final Cutoff marks qualify for appointment to various civil services based on their merit ranking. UPSC Service allocation considers factors such as rank, preference, and vacancy availability.

Frequently Asked Question (FAQs)

1. What is the UPSC Pre cut off 2024?

The UPSC Pre cut off 2024 will be released on the official website after the completion of the examination.

2. Can I check my UPSC prelims marks in 2024?

The UPSC Prelims 2024 marks are available at the official website, 'upsc.gov.in'.

3. How is the UPSC prelims cut off 2024 calculated?

The merit list is prepared according to the number of vacancies in every category for a particular year.

4. Why is the UPSC prelims cut off decreasing?

The UPSC prelims cut-off is determined by various factors, including the difficulty level of the examination, the number of candidates, and the overall performance of the aspirants.

5. How many students pass the UPSC prelims?

 In 2022, out of 11.52 lakhs candidates who applied for UPSC 2022, only 13090 cleared the Prelims exam.

6. What was the UPSC pre cut off 2023?

The UPSC 2023 prelims cut off was 75.41 for the General Category.

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I assume you want to know the eligibility criteria to becoming an IAS. First of all, to become an IAS,  one has to clear UPSC CSE examiner. There are certain eligibility criteria for applying in this examination and they are as follows:

  • Bachelor's degree from any recognised college.
  • Age between 21-32; with some relaxation for reserved categories.
  • Citizen of India ora subject of Nepal/ Bhutan or Tibetan refugee who came to India, to permanently settle here before January 1, 1962, or People of Indian origin who migrated from Uganda, Burma, Pakistan, Zambia, the United Republic of Tanzania, Malawi, Sri Lanka, East African Countries of Kenya, Zaire, Ethiopia and Vietnam to permanently settle in India.

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Yes it will be considered because Bachelor in Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology (BASLP) is a 4-year degree course . It is a multi-disciplinary profession with core subjects including speech pathology, language pathology, and audiology.

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The main subjects for the UPSC Exam are Indian Politics, Indian Economy, International Relations, Science and Technology, Geography, History, Environment and Ecology, and related Current Affairs . There are 25 subjects and 23 literature optional that one can choose from in addition to this..

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Hello aspirant,

With the help of the IAS Answer Key 2024, applicants can estimate their potential score for the IAS preliminary exam, learn about the various IAS question types, gauge the exam's difficulty, and much more.

To get the answer key, you can visit our website by clicking on the link given below.

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