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When will UPSC IAS result 2024 be announced?

When will UPSC IAS result 2024 be announced?

Edited By Vishnukumar | Updated on Jun 22, 2024 10:51 AM IST | #UPSC CSE

Union Public Service Commission will declare the UPSC IAS result 2024 in online mode. The UPSC IAS result will be released on the official website at upsc.gov.in. The UPSC IAS 2024 result is expected to be announced tentatively in the first week of July 2024. However, according to previous year trends, the expected UPSC IAS result date is July 1, 2024 (tentatively). The UPSC IAS exam was conducted on June 16, 2024. The commission will publish the UPSC prelims results 2024 in pdf format which contains the names and roll numbers of all the qualified candidates for the mains exam.

UPSC IAS Result 2024 Date - Trends Previous Year’s

The UPSC prelims result trends for the past two are tabulated below. By analysing the past year’s UPSC result statistics, the IAS result 2024 result is likely to be announced by July 1, 2024 (tentative).

UPSC prelims result 2024 expected date

Year

UPSC IAS results trends 2022 to 2024

Exam Date

Result date

2024

June 16, 2024

By July 1, 2024 (Expected)

2023

May 28, 2023

June 12, 2023

2022

June 6, 2022

June 22, 2022

How to download UPSC prelims result 2024?

Candidates can follow the detailed steps given below to check and download their UPSC IAS 2024 results.

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

  • Click on the Written Result tab on the Home Page.

  • UPSC IAS results will be displayed on the window.

  • Check the roll number of the candidate.

  • Download the UPSC IAS result 2024 and prints the same for future reference

What after UPSC prelims result 2024?

Candidates who qualify in the UPSC IAS prelims result 2024 will be eligible to appear in the mains exam. After that the commission will call the qualified candidates in the mains exam for an interview. The UPSC IAS toppers list will be prepared based on the performance in interview and mains.

UPSC IAS Result 2024 - Toppers

Union Public Service Commission releases the UPSC IAS toppers list 2024 along with the final result. Aspirants can check the previous year UPSC IAS toppers below.

UPSC IAS Toppers 2023 (Previous year)

Rank

Name

Roll Number

1

Aditya Srivastava

2629523

2

Animesh Pradhan

6312512

3

Donuru Ananya Reddy

1013595

4

P K Sidhartha Ramkumar

1903299

5

Ruhani

6312407

6

Srishti Dabas

0501579

7

Anmol Rathore

3406060

8

Ashish Kumar

1121316

9

Nausheen

6016094

10

Aishwaryam Prajapati

2637654

IAS Toppers 2023 - Category-wise Break up

Category

Number of candidates shortlisted

General

347

EWS

115

OBC

303

SC

165

ST

86

Total

1016

IAS Toppers List - Post-Wise IAS Result 2023

Services

General

EWS

OBC

SC

ST

Total

IAS

73

17

49

27

14

180

IFS

16

04

10

05

02

37

IPS

80

20

55

32

13

200

Central Services Group ‘A’

258

64

160

86

45

613

Group ‘B’ Services

47

10

29

15

12

113

Total

474

115

303

165

86

1143*

*Includes 37 PwBD vacancies (16 PwBD-1, 06 PwBD-2, 5 PwBD-3 & 10 PwBD-5)

UPSC IAS Cut Off 2024 (Expected)

The commission releases the UPSC IAS cut off along with the result. Candidates must secure the minimum cut off to qualify in all the stages of examination. The cut off will be released separately for prelims and mains. Candidates can check the UPSC IAS expected cut off for prelims from the below table.

Expected UPSC IAS cut off 2024

Categories

IAS Prelims expected cut off 2024

General

92-96

EWS

90-14

OBC

91-95

SC

82-89

ST

75-81

PwBD-1

52-62

PwBD-2

42-62

PwBD-3

57-67

PwBD-5

57-67

Frequently Asked Question (FAQs)

1. Is the UPSC prelims 2024 result declared?

No, the UPSC IAS prelims result is expected to be announced by July 1, 2024 (Tentatively)

2. How will the UPSC IAS result 2024 be declared?

The UPSC prelims result will be announced in online mode only.

3. How many are qualified in the UPSC IAS prelims result 2024?

The total number of qualified candidates will be announced along with the UPSC IAS result.

4. What is next after the UPSC IAS prelims result 2024?

Candidates who get qualified in the UPSC prelims result will be called to appear for the mains exam.

5. Will they release the UPSC IAS result with name?

Yes, the commission releases the UPSC result 2024 with names of the qualified candidates.

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