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UPSC Civil Services prelims result 2021 declared, Mains to be held from January 7 onwards

UPSC Civil Services prelims 2021: Candidates who have qualified the prelims exam will now appear for the mains exam which will be conducted from January 7, 2022 onwards. Prelims result is now available on the official website - upsc.gov.in

By: Careers Desk | New Delhi I |
Updated: November 1, 2021 5:21:51 pm
UPSC, cse, upsc cse 2021, cse exam dateThe marks secured by the candidates as well as the cut-off of each stage will be released by the commission after the declaration of the final result. File.

The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) on Friday declared the result of the civil service prelims 2021 exam. The exam was conducted on October 10 at various centres across the country. Candidates can check their results on the official website – upsc.gov.in. 

Following the previous years’ trends, UPSC has released the prelims result within 20 days of conducting the preliminary examination. The result is released in the form of pdf format mentioning the roll numbers of the qualified candidates.

This year, the exam was earlier scheduled to be held on June 27, which was later postponed to October 10 citing the surge in Covid-19 cases across the country. The exam was conducted amid strict Covid-19 protocols. 

Candidates who qualify the prelims exam will be eligible to appear for the mains exam which will be conducted from January 7, 2022 onwards. The final result will be announced after the completion of all three stages — prelims, mains and personality test. 

The marks secured by the candidates as well as the cut-off of each stage will be released by the commission after the declaration of the final result. 

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