UPSC ESE Cut off 2021 - Dates, Previous year & Expected Cutoff For prelims & Mains
UPSC ESE Cut off 2021 - The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) will release the cutoff for UPSC ESE 2021 at the official website @upsc.gov.in. A link to check the ESE cutoff will be provided on this page upon release. Candidates must know that the UPSC ESE cutoff 2021 will be released stage-wise, category wise and subject wise in the PDF format for UPSC ESE exam. UPSC ESE 2021 cutoff is the minimum marks that each candidate will be required to score in order to qualify in the UPSC ESE 2021. Before the release of the cutoff, the authorities will also release the UPSC ESE 2021 answer key. With the help of the answer key released by the authorities, aspirants will be able to calculate their probable scores for UPSC ESE 2021. It is to be noted that the cutoff percentile for both prelims and mains stage exam of UPSC ESE exam has been fixed by the authorities. For more details on UPSC ESE 2021 cut off including previous years’ category-wise and branch-wise cutoff, interested candidates must read the complete article below.
Latest Updates: Check the UPSC ESE 2020 cutoffmarks here.
Latest Updates for UPSC ESE
- 4 days ago:
UPSC ESE Final Result 2020 Declared; Check details here.
- 07 Apr 2021:
UPSC ESE application form 2021 released; Check details here.
UPSC ESE Cut Off 2021 Important Dates
To keep track of the release date of the cutoffs for UPSC ESE 2021, candidates can check the important dates mentioned in the table below.
UPSC ESE 2021 Cutoff Dates
UPSC ESE Prelims exam
July 18, 2021
Result of Prelims exam
To be released
UPSC ESE Prelims Cut off
To be released
October 10, 2021
To be released
UPSC ESE Final Cut off
To be released
Factors that determine UPSC ESE Cut off 2021
The factors that are analysed while making the UPSC ESE cut off are given below.
Number of candidates appearing for the exam
Total number of ESE vacancies released by UPSC ESE
The difficulty level of the exam
Stages of UPSC ESE 2021 Cutoff
The cutoff for UPSC ESE 2021 will be released for three stages: prelims, mains and final stage. Those who secure the UPSC ESE prelims cut off 2021 will be eligible to appear in mains exam and similarly for the final stage of recruitment. Aspirants can check the detailed bifurcation of all stages below.
UPSC ESE Cutoff 2021 For Prelims Exam
The cutoff for UPSC ESE 2021 prelims exam is calculated out of 500 marks. As per previous years’ cutoff trend, candidates are required to secure qualifying cut off as per their category in the preliminary exam which is 15% (for General, OBC, ST and SC) while it is 10% for PH. This means, candidates belonging to general category OBC, ST and SC candidates have to secure 75 marks and PH category candidates have to score 60 marks. However, candidates are required to score the overall cut off declared by the commission discipline wise as per categories.
UPSC ESE Cut off 2021 For Mains Exam
The cutoff of UPSC ESE 2021 for mains exam is calculated based on prelims and mains exam and is determined out of 1100 marks. Out of which. 500 are for preliminary exam and 600 are for mains exam respectively. As per previous years’ UPSC ESE analysis, the minimum qualifying marks for General, OBC, SC and ST candidates were 20% while for physically handicapped candidates were 10%. This means, candidates belonging to general category OBC, ST and SC candidates have to secure 120 marks and PH category candidates have to score 60. However, the candidates have to score the overall UPSC ESE Cutoff 2021 released by the commission discipline wise for the different categories.
UPSC ESE 2021 Cut off – Final Allotment
The final cutoff of UPSC ESE is based on the marks secured by the last recommended candidates for selection and is calculated out of 1300 marks (500 marks for prelims, 600 for mains and 200 for interview). All India Merit list to select suitable candidates for the exam is prepared based on the final allotment. Candidates are allotted to different posts as per their rank in the merit list and preferences of branches and posts.
How to calculate Final Cutoff of UPSC ESE?
Final cut off marks (1300) = Preliminary exam (500) + Mains exam (600) + Personality test (200)
UPSC ESE Result 2021
UPSC will declare the result for UPSC ESE 2021 on its official website upsc.gov.in. The result will be released in PDF format and will include the roll number of all qualified candidates of the prelims exam. To download the UPSC ESE 2021 result, candidates will have to download the PDF and search their roll numbers. Those candidates who have qualified the preliminary exam will be eligible to appear in the main exam.
UPSC ESE Answer Key 2021
Leading coaching institutes like Made Easy, GATE forum and IES Master will release the UPSC ESE answer key after the conclusion of the exam. However, candidates must know that the answer keys released by such institutes will be considered unofficial. With the help of the UPSC ESE 2021 answer key, aspirants can calculate their expected scores. UPSC will release the official UPSC ESE answer key in the form of PDF later.
UPSC ESE Previous Year’s Cutoffs
Candidates can refer to the tables mentioned below to check the previous year’s cutoffs for UPSC ESE.
UPSC ESE 2020 cutoff marks
Frequently Asked Question (FAQs) - UPSC ESE Cut off 2021 - Dates, Previous year & Expected Cutoff For prelims & Mains
Question: Will ESE 2021 be postponed?
No, the ESE 2021 will not be postponed and UPSC will conduct the Engineering services exam just like every year.
Question: Can I crack ESE in 6 months?
Yes, but these 6 months must have all your efforts. The ESE exam is one of the toughest, so candidates need to prepare well in advance.
Question: When can I apply for IES 2021?
Candidates can apply for the IES 2021 whenever the notification and application form is released. Candidates can apply from the official website.
Question: Is IES tougher than IAS?
If compared on the basis of the difficulty level, both these exams are of the same difficulty level.
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Questions related to UPSC ESE
I have completed my BSc in an automobile from ycmoua university can i give the exam of ESE
IES or ESE is engineering service exam, hence as per the norms laid out by UPSC, candidates need to pass degree or diploma in engineering from a recognized university, other than this some of the other fulfilling eligibility criteria are as follows;
Passed Graduate Membership Examination of the Institution of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineers (India)
Passed Associate Membership exam which is parts II and III/Sections A and B of the Aeronautical Society of India
Passed Graduate Membership test of the Institution of Electronics and Radio Engineers, London held after November 1959.
For applying in Indian Radio Regulatory Service or Indian Naval Armament Service a postgraduate degree or equivalent in Wireless Communication Electronics/ Radio Physics/Radio Engineering as a special subject, Master’s Degree in Science with Physics and Radio Communication /Electronics /Telecommunication as a special subject is also applicable for India Radio Regulatory Service.
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How Can I Download UPSC ESE Syllabus
UPSC will conduct the ESE or IES Mains exam on 18.10.2020 for the recruitment in the categories of Civil/Mechanical/Electrical/Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering. Candidates recruited will get posted as Group A or Group B posts.
The selection process of UPSC IES Exam involves:
StageI: Preliminary Exam
StageII: Mains Exam
StageIII: Personality Test
Note that each round is an elimination round and you need to clear oe round to proceed to another.
Follow this link to find syllabus and other relevant details:
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