UPSC IAS Cut off 2020: Union Public Service Commission will release official UPSC IAS 2020 cut off after declaration of final result in pdf. Though the Leading Coaching Institute will release unoffical cut off of UPSC IAS 2020 prelims after the conclusion of the exam on May 31 and candidates can access that on this page. UPSC IAS cut off is the minimum marks that the last candidate secured for the next stage has obtained. The cut off of UPSC IAS 2020 will be released separately for prelims, mains and final selection process. Commission will declare UPSC Civil Services 2020 cut off for all the categories differently. This year UPSC IAS exam is conducted for a total of 796 vacancies. In 2018, UPSC Civil Services cut off for final selection was 982 for general category, 938 for OBC, 912 for SC and ST.
UPSC Civil Services prelims exam will be conducted in offline mode across 74 cities in India on May 31.
Civil Services Examination (CSE)
Union Public Service Commission
Mode of exam
Preliminary - Objective pen and paper based exam
Mains- Written exam with subjective questions
Personality Test - Interview
UPSC IAS Exam Dates
Preliminary - May 31, 2020
Mains - From September 18, 2020
Interview - January, 2020 (Tentative)
UPSC Civil Services Vacancies
796 in 2020, 896 in 2019 and 759 In 2018
Number of Attempts and age limit in IAS 2020
General Category- 6 attempts till completion of 32 years.
OBC- 9 attempts till completion of 35 years.
SC/ST- Unlimited attempts till completion of 37 years
Union Public Service Commission,
Shahjahan Road, New Delhi
Ph. - 011-23098543 / 23385271 / 23381125 / 23098591
Step 1: Visit official website- www.upsc.gov.in
Step 2: First click on “Examination” tab
Step 3: Click on UPSC CSE 2020 cut off marks
Step 4: UPSC IAS cut off marks 2020 Pdf file be opened in new window
Step 5: Download the file and save it for future reference
Applicants should note that the below-mentioned points play a vital role in deciding UPSC IAS cut off marks.
Total number of vacancies
Difficulty level of exam
Number of candidates appeared in UPSC Civil services
Candidates selection ratio for respective stage- prelims, mains and interview
Applicants who appear in the Civil Services exam should know that the UPSC CSE cut off 2020 will be released in three stages. The cut off UPSC IAS 2020 will be released separately
1- UPSC IAS Prelims Cut off 2020
2- UPSC CSE Mains Cut off 2020
3- UPSC IAS Final Cut off 2020
Exam conducting authorities will release UPSC IAS cut off 2020 prelims in pdf file after declaration of result. Though the Leading coaching institute will release UPSC IAS unofficial cut off 2020 after the conclusion of exam. The cut off of UPSC IAS prelims 2020 will be released only out of 200 marks of General Studies Paper 1. Applicants should note that there are qualifying cut off marks for General Studies paper 2 (CSAT). Candidates have to secure 66 or 33% UPSC Civil Services cut off marks out of toal 200 in CSAT paper. Candidates 12-13 times of total vacancies will be shortlisted in UPSC IAS 2020 prelims exam.
* Applicants should note that Those who could not secure UPSC CSE prelims cut off marks in CSAT paper, their General Studies Paper 1 will not be evaluated and they will be disqualified from the race of final selection in exam. Candidates can check previous year UPSC pre cut off from the below mentioned table.
The calculation of UPSC Civil Services cut off before 2015 was done out of 400 marks. However, the cut off marks obtained in the prelims was not added in the preparation of final cutoff.
Candidates securing the prescribed cut off or more in prelims will be shortlisted for mains exam. UPSC IAS mains comprises a total of 9 papers. Candidates should note that UPSC Civil Services cut off 2020 marks for mains exam will be decided out of 1750 marks. Candidates 3 times of total vacancies will be shortlisted in mains exam as per UPSC IAS cut off. Applicants should note that the papers on Indian languages and English (Paper A and paper B) will be of qualifying nature. The marks obtained in these papers will not be counted for ranking. It is important for the candidates to secure the minimum 25 % marks in these papers.
Union Public Service Commission will release the final cutoff of UPSC IAS 2020 out of total 2025 marks. UPSC takes cognizance of 275 marks of interview and 1750 of mains in total while determining UPSC civil services final cut off 2020. Candidates obtaining equal to or more than the final prescribed cut off will be assigned posts in various services of Union Public Service Commission including Indian Administrative Services (IAS), Indian Revenue Services (IRS), Indian Police Services (IPS) etc. Candidates can check previous years’ UPSC Civil Services final cutoff below:
Union Public Service Commission declares the result of UPSC IAS for each stage of the examination - prelims, mains and interview in online mode. UPSC IAS result 2020 will include a merit list that comprises the roll numbers of all qualified candidates. Authorities will also release the scorecard after commencement of exam in which candidates can check individual marks for each stage. Candidates who are shortlisted in UPSC IAS 2020 result of one stage will be eligible to appear for the next stage of selection process.
Candidates have to secure the minimum qualifying marks in General Studies paper 2 (CSAT) as 33% while merit will be decided from General Studies paper 1.
The minimum qualifying cut off marks are the marks to secure your selection to the next stage of recruitment process.
IAS is the most demanding job of UPSC Civil services and Candidates have to secure rank rank under 100 though it varies as per category and number of posts.
UPSC Civil Services cut off 2018 for For General, OBC, SC and ST categories were respectively 98, 96.66, 84.00 and 83.34.
The cut off of SC/ST varies every year in exam but for 2018 year it was 912 final UPSC IAS cut off marks for both categories.
The cut off of UPSC IAS is the minimum qualifying marks that candidates need to secure to qualify Civil Services exam.
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