UPSC IAS result 2020 statistics released at upsc.gov.in; Reserved candidates list available here

UPSC has announced the final result of UPSC IAS 2020. Check the details about the UPSC CSE 2020 statistics, total number of candidates who appeared in personality test and mains exams.

UPSC IAS result 2020 statistics released at upsc.gov.in;  Reserved candidates list available here
Ujjwal Kirti | Sep 24, 2021 - 11:24 p.m. IST
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NEW DELHI: The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has released the list of qualified candidates in UPSC 2020 in the UPSC IAS final result PDF. The final UPSC IAS result 2020 PDF is available in online mode on the official website - upsc.gov.in. Around 10,40,060 candidates applied for the UPSC IAS 2020 exam out of which 4,82,770 candidates appeared for the exam at UPSC IAS prelims stage. In the UPSC IAS interview round, a total number of 2,053 appeared out of which 761 candidates qualified.

Out of total 761 candidates, 545 male and 216 female candidates have qualified. UPSC has provided the category-wise breakdowns in the UPSC IAS result PDF. UPSC put the 150 candidates in the reserved list. The UPSC Civil Services Examination was conducted for the total number of 836 vacancies.

UPSC IAS final result 2020- Category-wise number of candidates shortlisted

Category

Number of candidates shortlisted

General

263

EWS

86

OBC

229

SC

122

ST

61

Total

761

Along with 761 qualified candidates, UPSC released category-wise breakdowns for candidates from the reserved list. Check the number candidates from each category in the reserved list.

UPSC IAS final result 2020- Category-wise number of candidates shortlisted in reserved list

Category

Number of candidates shortlisted

General

75

EWS

14

OBC

55

SC

05

ST

01

Total

150

Candidates can check the roll number and name along with the All India Rank of the candidates who get shortlisted in the UPSC IAS 2020 examination.

UPSC IAS Selection Procedure

According to the UPSC IAS selection process, candidates need to appear for the three staged recruitment process. It is mandatory to secure UPSC IAS cut off at each stage to get qualified. The All India Rank will be based on the overall performance of candidate in all the three stages.

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