Vagisha Kaushik|Nov 25, 2021
UPSC IAS Prelims Result 2021; 9,214 candidates qualify for mains
UPSC has released the UPSC IAS result 2021 for the prelims stage. Qualified candidates need to fill a detailed application form (DAF) for UPSC IAS mains exam.
NEW DELHI: The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has released the UPSC IAS prelims result in online mode on the official website - upsc.gov.in. According to the UPSC IAS result 2021, a total number of 9,214 students have qualified for the UPSC IAS main exam. UPSC will soon release the UPSC prelims result 2021 name list on the official website .
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The shortlisted candidates are required to fill the detailed application form (DAF) in order to appear for the UPSC IAS mains exam 2021. The important instructions and dates regarding the DAF will be announced soon on the official website. According to the UPSC IAS exam date, the mains exam will be conducted on January 7, 8, 9, 15, 16, 2022.
UPSC prelims result 2021 release date
UPSC IAS prelims 2021
October 10, 2021
IAS pre result 2021
October 29, 2021
UPSC IAS mains exam 2021
January 7, 8, 9, 15, 16, 2022
How to download UPSC result 2021 list PDF
Visit the UPSC official website - upsc.goc.in
Click on the UPSC IAS result link available on the homepage
UPSC result 2021 list PDFfor prelims stage will be displayed on the screen
The UPSC IAS result PDF contains the roll numbers of the shortlisted candidates. If your roll number is mentioned in the IAS result list, you are qualified for mains round of UPSC IAS 2021
UPSC prelims result 2021 name list
UPSC will release the UPSC IAS result PDF with the name list of the qualified candidates within two days on the official website. Candidates must check their roll number along with the names accordingly. In case of any discrepancy, candidates can contact the exam authority to get the error rectified.
UPSC IAS Mains 2021
According to the UPSC IAS selection process, the IAS mains exam is the second stage of the recruitment process. The UPSC IAS mains exam is a descriptive test containing a total number of 9 papers. The marks secured in the UPSC IAS mains exam will be considered for the final merit list along with the IAS interview scores. The UPSC IAS cut off 2021 will be declared along with the final result of UPSC IAS 2021.
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