UPSC IES/ISS Result 2019 - Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has released the final result of Indian Economic Service (IES)/Indian Statistical Service (ISS) on January 10, 2020, after the conclusion of interviews for personality tests in December. A total of 64 candidates have qualified the exam out of which 32 have qualified for IES and 32 for ISS. The result of UPSC IES/ISS written examination was declared on October 4, 2019. UPSC IES/ISS result 2019 is available as 2 pdf files. UPSC IES/ISS result pdfs contain the roll numbers and names of qualified candidates. Qualified candidates of UPSC IES/ISS 2019 written examination will be called for viva-voce. Candidates will be able to fill the detailed application form (DAF) for UPSC IES/ISS viva-voce/interview from October 17 to 31, 2019. E-summon letter for the same is likely to be available on the Commission's website from November 19. Interview dates will be notified later.
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Candidates who have qualified as per the final UPSC IES/ISS result 2019 are eligible for recruitment at the post of Junior Time Scale Service in Indian Economic Services and Indian Statistical Services. Read this article below to know about UPSC IES/ISS result 2019.
UPSC IES/ISS 2019 written examination
June 28, 2019
UPSC IES/ISS result 2019 (written examination)
October 4, 2019
UPSC IES/ISS Result 2019 (final)
January 10, 2020
Candidates can check the steps given below to download UPSC IES/ISS result 2019.
Click on the link ‘UPSC IES/ISS result 2019'
The link will redirect to a new page where the UPSC IES/ISS result pdf will be displayed.
Use ctrl+f function, type the roll number in the search box. If the roll number gets highlighted in the result pdf file, the candidate will be qualified else not.
Download the pdf of UPSC IES/ISS result 2019 and keep it for future references.
The marks of the written examination of UPSC IES/ISS are calculated out of 1000. UPSC IES/ISS result 2019 is released separately for Indian Economic Service (IES) and Indian Statistical Service (ISS). As per the exam pattern of UPSC IES/ISS, candidates appearing for Indian Statistical Service (ISS) have to appear for 6 papers where Statistics paper I & II will have objective type questions. Statistics III & IV will have descriptive type questions with the short answer/small problems questions and long answer and comprehension problem questions. It is mandatory for the candidates to attempt at least one short answer and one long answer question from each section. The papers on General English and General Studies, common to both IES/ISS. In Statistics paper IV, an equal number of questions will be asked from all the sub-sections. The question asked in all papers of Indian Economic Service Examination (ISS) will be of conventional type.
UPSC has released the final result of the candidates who have qualified the viva- voce. The final result is prepared on the basis of candidates’ performance in written exam and viva-voce. UPSC conducts viva-voce to test the general and specialized knowledge and abilities of the selected candidates.
The cutoff of UPSC IES/ISS will be released in different stages- minimum qualifying cutoff, the cutoff for the written exam and final cutoff. UPSC IES/ISS cutoff 2019 will declare the category wise. Candidates will have to score the cutoff released by the commission to be eligible for the next round of the selection process. Candidates can check the last year cutoff below for IES/ISS.
Previous year UPSC IES/ISS Cutoff
Minimum marks in
Minimum of marks
in 4 Economics
papers (Out of
marks in all
(out of 1000
(out of 1200
in 4 Statistical papers (Out of
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