UPSC Civil Services (Preliminary) Results 2019: Union Public Service Commission to declare preliminary results @


UPSC Civil Services (Preliminary) Results 2019: The Union Public Service Commission to declare preliminary results some time this week on its official website

UPSC Civil Services (Preliminary) Results 2019

Some media reports said that the UPSC  The UPSC Civil Services Result 2019 is expected to be announced in the second week of July.

The UPSC had conducted this year’s IAS Prelims exam on 02 June 2019 across the country. Two compulsory papers are General Ability Test (GAT) and the Civil Service Aptitude Test (CSAT) with both carrying 200 marks each. Several Lakhs candidates had appeared in this year’s exams.

A candidate must score at least 33% in the Prelims in order to qualify for the UPSC Civil Service Exam.

The UPSC had declared its results for the exams and interviews held in 2018 on 5 April this year. According to the results announced in April by the UPSC, Kanishak Kataria was a new IAS topper. Akshat Jain had secured the All India 2nd ranking, while Junaid Ahmad secured the third position across the country.

Here’s how you can check your results

  • Go to the official UPSC website,
  • Click on the link ‘UPSC Civil Services Result 2019’
  • PDF file with names of selected candidates will be displayed
  • Check the list
  • Download the scorecard and take the print out of the same

Purpose of Civil Services Exams

A report Jagran Josh said that the recruitment was being done to fill 896 posts through this examination.  The Civil Services Examination is a nationwide competitive exam conducted by the UPSC every year in three stages i.e. preliminary, main and interview for the recruitment to various Civil Services of the Government of India, including the Indian Administrative Service (IAS), Indian Foreign Service (IFS), Indian Police Service (IPS) among others.


  1. Hello editor from JKR, I Would like to appreciate your effort in letting us readers and students waiting for their UPSC results in 2019, on their tentative date of release of their results. Additionally also mentioning the way to check on the results by logging into the UPSC exams was very thoughtful.


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