UPSC Mains Results 2022 to be released soon on upsc.gov.in

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By: Ruchira Talapatra | New Delhi
Updated: 06 December, 2022 5:54 pm IST
The results for The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) mains is expected to be declared by the end of this week.
The results for The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) mains is expected to be declared by the end of this week.

The UPSC Civil Services Mains Result 2022 will be out soon and appearing candidates can check their results on the official website upsc.gov.in. Candidates can download the result from the same website, once released.

The results for The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) mains are expected to be declared by the end of this week. two websites – upsc.gov.in and upsconline.nic.in.

The results for UPSC Civil Services Main Result 2022 will be released online only and candidates are requested to go through their scores mentioned on the Civil Services Mains result carefully. For more information regarding results and new developments, candidates are advised to keep a close eye on the website. 

The website has all updates of UPSC and is easy to access by anyone. If you have scored above 200 marks you are eligible for the personality interview. The Union Public Service Commission has released a detailed statement regarding exam-related queries on the website. 

The date of exam results has not been announced yet by the UPSC board. But results can only be accessed through the website upsc.gov.in.The UPSC mains subjective mode exam was held from September 16 to September 25. Roll numbers of the candidates have been released by the commission who have qualified the exam.

Selected candidates in UPSC main after the personality test will fill administrative positions in different All-India services and central civil services including IAS, IPS, IFS, IRS, and IRTS. 

UPSC aspirants who qualify for exams may or may not become officers if found ineligible in some respects. The candidates are required to produce original certificates in support of their eligibility/reservation claims such as age which cannot be more than 32, educational qualifications – have to have a graduate degree from a known university, community, economically weaker section, Person with Benchmark Disability (PwBD) and other documents such as TA form etc. at the time of their personality test (interview).

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