UPSC IAS Result 2021 for Prelims & Mains- Check Final Result, Cut off Marks
UPSC IAS Result 2021 - Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) is going to conduct the UPSC CSE 2021 prelims exam on June 27, 2021. The UPSC IAS exam is conducted in offline mode. The result for UPSC IAS 2021 exam will be released in online mode on the UPSC official website, separately for all the stages of the UPSC IAS exam. The UPSC CSE exam is conducted in three stages - prelims, mains and interview. The UPSC result 2021 for all the three stages is released in pdf format on the Commission's website - www.upsc.gov.in. The result of UPSC IAS recruitment 2021 will contain the roll numbers and names of the candidates selected. Candidates clearing the IAS 2021 prelims exam will be eligible to appear for the subsequent stages of the UPSC CSE selection process. The final UPSC IAS result 2021 will be prepared on the basis of candidates performance in the mains exam and interview round. To know more about UPSC IAS result 2021 in detail read the article below.
Latest Updates: UPSC will release the UPSC IAS application form 2021 on February 10. Download UPSC Civil Services syllabus PDF here.
UPSC IAS Highlights
Name of exam
UPSC Civil Services Examination
Exam Conducting body
Union Public Service Commission
Stages of exam
UPSC IAS vacancies 2021
To be announced
Estimated Number of Applicants
11-12 lacs approx.
Union Public Service Commission, Dholpur House, Shahjahan Road, New Delhi
Ph. - 011-23098543 / 23385271 / 23381125 / 23098591
UPSC IAS Result 2021 - Important Dates
Check the table below for important UPSC IAS exam dates 2021.
UPSC CSE result dates 2021
June 27, 2021
UPSC IAS 2021 result for prelims
August 7, 2021*
September 17, 2021
IAS 2021 result for mains
To be announced
To be announced
Final UPSC IAS result 2021
To be announced
How to check UPSC IAS Result 2021
The UPSC Civil Services result is released online on the UPSC website. Applicants can follow the below mentioned steps to check their UPSC IAS result 2021.
Visit the UPSC official website - www.upsc.gov.in
Search for the UPSC IAS result 2021 link and click on it
A PDF file will appear on the screen, containing the roll numbers and names of selected candidates
Using Ctrl+F, to search for your roll number or name in the UPSC CSE result pdf file
Download and save the UPSC IAS 2021 result for future reference
Details Printed on the UPSC IAS Result 2021
The Civil Services Exam result 2021 will contain the roll numbers and names of qualified candidates in PDF format. The final UPSC result 2021 PDF will also have a category-wise cutoff, as well as total number of qualified candidates of the Civil Services examination.
UPSC IAS Result 2021 - Prelims Examination
UPSC releases the UPSC Civil Services prelims examination result in two forms. Firstly it releases the roll number of all the IAS 2021 qualified candidates and then after a few days it releases the roll number and names of all the prelims qualified candidates. The number of candidates who qualify the UPSC IAS prelims exam are 13 times the number of vacancies released by the UPSC.
UPSC IAS Result 2021 - Mains Examination
Union Public Service Commission also releases the result of the UPSC CSE mains examination in PDF format on its official website. The UPSC IAS mains result pdf contains the roll number of all the qualified candidates for the personality test stage. The number of candidates who qualify the UPSC Civil Services mains exam for the personality test are 3 times the number of vacancies released by the UPSC.
UPSC IAS Result 2021 - Prelims Score Calculation
UPSC results are released by the Commission on its official website - www.upsc.gov.in for all the stages of the UPSC CSE 2021 recruitment exam. The prelims exam has two papers of 400 marks while the mains papers are of 2350 marks in total. The IAS prelims exam is qualifying in nature. The mains exam has nine papers out of which two language papers are qualifying in nature. The score calculation formula for prelims is given below.
Score for prelims GS 1 = Number of correct answers X 2 - Number of incorrect response x 0.66
Score for prelims GS 2 = Number of correct answers X 2.5 - Number of incorrect response x 0.83
UPSC IAS Result 2021 - Final Result
The final UPSC IAS result will be released after all the stages of the UPSC IAS selection process 2021 are over. The final UPSC IAS 2021 result will be prepared based on the marks obtained by candidates in the UPSC CSE mains and IAS personality test stage. The final IAS merit list will contain the names and roll numbers of all the selected candidates.
UPSC IAS Result - Previous Years Trends
Number of candidates who qualified UPSC IAS examination previously are listed in the table below.
UPSC IAS past result trends
Shortlisted for Interview
6 lakhs approx
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Frequently Asked Question (FAQs) - UPSC IAS Result 2021 for Prelims & Mains- Check Final Result, Cut off Marks
Question: When is the UPSC CSE 2021 prelims exam going to be conducted?
UPSC CSE 2021 prelims exam is scheduled to be held on June 27, 2021.
Question: How can I check my UPSC IAS result?
Candidates can check their UPSC CSE result on the UPSC official website - www.upsc.gov.in.
Question: Does UPSC release the scorecard for the UPSC IAS exam?
Yes, UPSC releases the scorecard for the UPSC CSE examination.
Question: How many stages are there in the UPSC Civil Services recruitment exam?
There are three stages in the UPSC IAS exam recruitment process i.e prelims, mains and personality test.
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Questions related to UPSC Civil Services Exam
Which is the best school in india for 11th & 12th and in that school we prepare for ias exam
To become IAS, you must satisfy the qualification criteria for same and that involves an undergraduation degree with minimum age of 21 years. You canapply for IAS exam only after you have completed your undergraduation degree. Also, the syllabus of IAS exam includes the syllabus of undergraduation degree generally. So, you must prepare well for your 11th and 12th exams. And later on, when you are pursuing your UG degree then you can do preparation for IAS exam side by side. For more information, you can check this article:
Hello Folks,I am in 6th sem.My birt date is 13/08/2000. Am i eligible for 2021 exam???
A candidate must be between 21 to 32 years of age as on August 1, 2021. UPSC also provides age relaxations to candidates belonging to reserved category. From the following table, candidates can check the relaxation policy as per the category.
IAS Age Relaxation 2021
No age relaxation
Defense Services Personnel, who got disabled during operations during hostilities with any foreign country or in a disturbed area and released as a consequence
Ex-servicemen including Commissioned Officers (CO) and ECOs/SSCOs who will render at least five years Military Service as on August 1, 2021, and have been released
ECOs/SSCOs who have completed an initial period of assignment of five years of Military Service as on 1st August 2021
In the following cases:
Candidates ordinarily domiciled in the State of Jammu & Kashmir from January 1, 1981, to December 31, 1989.
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is it possible to get good rank in ias exam in the first attempt
Yes, provided , if you get guided in the right manner.
which collage is better for become IAS
IAS stands for Indian Administrative Service and is the most superior civil service in India. In order to become an IAS , you need to clear the UPSC (Union Public Service Commission ) exam with top rank, which consists of , prelims stage, mains stage and Personality Test (IAS Interview). Therefore there is no college you can go to become IAS, you need to finish an undergraduate degree in any discipline from a recognized university in India and prepare for the exam either by yourself or through coaching. The preparation can be very intensive , therefore you should be very determined and hard working.
Rau's IAS Study Circle Delhi, Jaipur, Bangalore
Chanakya IAS Academy Delhi
Sathya IAS Academy Chennai
Brain Tree India Hyderabad
Elite Academy Mumba
Astitva I.C.S. Jaipur
ALS IAS Academy Delhi
These are some good coaching centers for UPSC. You can search for good centers based on your location preferences .
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What can a 10th std student do if he/she wants to become IAS ? in the sense , start preparing now , read some books related to upsc etc
To become an IAS officer there is no single course that you have to do. You need to have completed you graduation. So Candidates must hold a graduation degree in any discipline from a reputed university. After this you need to qualify the Union Public Service Commission Civil Services Exam. The exam itself is structured into three parts – the Preliminary (Civil Services Aptitude Test – CSAT), Main Exam, and finally the Interview.
The UPSC exam is considered to be one of the toughest exam out there and requires a lot of preparation.
So first complete your 12th and graduation and in the meantime read more about the eligibilty criteria like the number of attempts, age limit, etc.
I have shared a link with you below where you can read about the eligibility criteria: https://competition.careers360.com/articles/upsc-ias-eligibility-criteria#IAS-Eligibility-Criteria-2021--Educational-Qualification
Inculcate the habit of reading the daily newspaper and keep yourself aware of latest happenings in the country and the world and note them down in a small diary.
Work on your interpersonal skills and communication skills. Your personality is tested during the interview.
Also NCERT books specially 9th and 10th are very important for your preparation, so study those really well.
Once you finish your 12th, then when you are doing your degree you can also take some online coaching classes, and practice question papers.
It is good that you have an interest in it and dedication to get it from such an early stage. Keep this spirit going and I am sure you will be able to clear the three rounds of UPSC exam.