UPSC Civil Services Mains 2015 result declared

Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has declared the result of UPSC Civil Services 2015 Mains for the candidates who appeared in the exam held on December 18-23, 2015. The Commission has released the list of roll numbers in a PDF for the candidates who qualified for the interview round of the UPSC IAS Civil Services Exam.


A total of 2797 candidates have been shortlisted for the interview round from around 17000 candidates, who appeared in the Civil Services Main exam. The UPSC informed in a release containing the list of the roll numbers of the shortlisted candidates.


Earlier, as many as 17000 candidates qualified for Mains out of 4.5 lakh candidates who appeared in the preliminary exam.


UPSC is conducting the selection process to fill in 1129 vacancies distributed among 25 different posts of Civil Services.


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can those who take B.A program courses take the IAS exam????

Ronak Gala Student Expert 10th Dec, 2019

Yes ofcourse. The qualification eligibility criteria requirement for ias exam is just that candidate must have completed his/her graduation + minimum age qualification is 21 years of age. So you are eligible to appear for IAS exam once you finish your BA graduation program.

Best wishes. Thank-you.


what is the syllabus for upsc,ias exam

Aditya Saini 10th Dec, 2019

IAS Exam is conducted in 3 successive stages- Prelims, Main and Interview test. The prelims stage is an objective test of 400 marks whereas Main is subjective paper of 1750 marks followed by personality test of 275 marks. IAS Prelims is qualifying in nature while performance in main and interview round determine the merit of successful candidates.

I will share a link of detailed and in depth syllabus of UPSC IAS exams ,if you get any problem I will help you


I am in class 10th. can I become IAS officer after taking basic maths

Hey neha.

Yes, you can become an IAS officer taking maths in +1 if that is what you are asking. Anybody who is a graduate from any stream can take UPSC.

Hope this helped.

All the Best neha.


graduation from which subject should I prefer for upsc??

Apoorva Student Expert 8th Dec, 2019

Hello dear student,

It totally depends upon your interest of subjects that what you want to choose . But if you are just referring to upsc then try to take humanities subjects like bachelors in political science, economics, civics, history, also you can take anthropology . Because these subjects you have to study anyways to qualify upsc so why not to study them as your subjects rest you can take any subjects of your choice .

Thank you


I am in class 10. I want to be an IAS officer. please tell me should I start taking coaching in 11th class. if yes then suggest some good institutions as well.

Parvathi Ramachandran 7th Dec, 2019

Greetings !!

You need to clear UPSC Civil service examination to become IAS officer. You can start preparation as early as possible . I would recommend you to join in a coaching institute and follow a systematic study plan after your 12 th. Now you can concentrate more in your 12th board exams, focus on the current course, if you score better marks in 12th, then only you will be getting admission in Good colleges and that too under " Merit ".

During your college first year on wards , join nearby institute and prepare well. As upsc is not a cake walk, you need to put your heart and soul into the preparation.  Stay focused, prepare with dedication, Definitely you will become an IAS officer. I wish You all the success in your future. If any doubts, pls feel free to ask!.

Thank You !!

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