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UPSC to release results of Civil Services Preliminary Exam 2021 on October 29

The names and roll numbers of successful applicants will appear in the PDF, published to the website's "What's New" section. 

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New Delhi, First Published Oct 29, 2021, 1:06 PM IST
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The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) is expected to release the results of the UPSC Civil Services Preliminary Exam 2021 on October 29. According to sources, the preliminary test results would be available online at www.UPSC.co.in. The PDF of the results will be posted in the What's New section of the official website.  The names and roll numbers of successful applicants will appear in the PDF, published to the website's "What's New" section. If a candidate's name does not appear on the list, they are ineligible to take the UPSC Civil Services Main Exam 2021.

If you locate your name in the UPSC Civil Services Prelims Exam 2021 PDF result, you must get your UPSC Civil Services Main Admit Card. The UPSC Civil Services Main Exam 2021 admit card will be available in the latter week of December 2021. The marks achieved in the UPSC Civil Services Main Exam 2021 and the interview will determine the final UPSC IAS 2021 merit list.  Around 10 lakh people enrolled for the UPSC Civil Services Pre Exam 2021 this year, for a total of 712 posts in various central government ministries.

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The UPSC released the UPSC IAS 2020 results earlier this year. The exam was passed by 761 applicants, comprising 545 males and 216 girls. In 2020, 13 males and 12 women were among the top 25 applicants to pass the UPSC Civil Services Exam. Shubham Kumar, of Kumari Pur village in Bihar's Katihar district, won the Civil Services Examination 2020. Jagriti Awasthi and Ankita Jain finished second and third, respectively. Riya Dabi, Tina Dabi's 2015 batch UPSC topper, too passed the prestigious test on her first try, finishing 15th.

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