UPSC CSE Result 2021: UPSC has released the result of the Civil Services Examination 2021, see the toppers list here
UPSC CSE Result 2021: Candidates who had appeared in this exam and appeared in the interview can check and download their results by visiting the official website of UPSC.
UPSC CSE Result 2021: Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has released the result of the Civil Services Examination 2021. This result is available online. Candidates who had appeared in this exam and appeared in the interview can check and download their results by visiting the official website of UPSC.
UPSC CSE Result 2021: He topped
According to the result of the Civil Services Examination 2021, Shruti Sharma has secured All India Rank-1. At the same time, Ankita Agarwal and Gamini Singla have been in second place. This year all the three toppers have become girls. Shruti Sharma is an alumnus of St. Stephen’s College, Delhi, and Jawaharlal Nehru University. According to the information, she is preparing for UPSC Civil Services Examination at Jamia Millia Islamia Residential Coaching Academy.
UPSC Result: 685 Candidates Selected
According to the result released by the Union Public Service Commission, a total of 685 candidates have been selected for this examination. Out of these 244 candidates have been selected from the general category, 73 EWS, 203 OBC, 105 SC, and 60 ST category candidates. Let us inform you that every year the Union Public Service conducts Civil Services Examination for selection to the posts of IAS, IPS, and IFS.
UPSC CSE Result 2021: Check Here Complete List of Toppers
|1st place||Shruti Sharma|
|2nd place||Ankita Agarwal|
|3rd place||Gamini Singla|
|4th place||Aishwarya Verma|
|5th place||Utkarsh Dwivedi|
|6th place||Yaksha Chowdhary|
|7th place||Samyak S. Jain|
|8th place||Ishita Rathi|
|9th place||Pritam Kumar|
|10th place||Harkirat Singh Randhawa|
How to check your result?
Click Here To Check Candidate Result-:
- Firstly candidates visit the official website upsc.gov.in.
- Now click on the result link for Civil Services 2021 appearing on the home page.
- Now the result will be displayed in front of you in the form of a PDF.
- In this, find your roll number through Ctrl + f.
- Check and download the PDF for further needs.
- Click here to view a PDF of the result.
UPSC Result 2022: PM Modi congratulates
Congratulations to all those who have cleared the Civil Services Examination, in 2021. My best wishes to these youths who are starting their administrative career at a crucial time in India’s development journey as we celebrate the Amrit Mahotsav of Azadi.
UPSC 2021 Result: The exam was held on these dates
The Union Public Service Commission conducted the Civil Services Preliminary Examination on October 10, 2021, in the last year. At the same time, the results of the examination were released on October 29. The Civil Services Main Examination was held from January 7, 2022, to January 16, 2022, and its results were released on March 17, 2022. At the same time, the last phase i.e. the interview was conducted from April 5 to May 26, 2022.
UPSC CSE Result 2021: PM Modi’s message to failed candidates
PM Modi also sent a message to the candidates who have failed the exam. He said ‘I can completely understand the disappointment of those who could not clear the Civil Services Examination but I also know that these are talented youth who will leave their mark in any field and make India proud. I wish them the best of luck.’
UPSC CSE Result 2021: Shruti Sharma’s reaction comes out
Giving first-hand feedback on the result, Shruti Sharma credits her success to all who have been with her on this journey. He has thanked his family and friends who supported him all the time.
UPSC CSE Result 2021: Marks to be uploaded in 15 days
The Union Public Service Commission will issue the marks or scorecard of the candidates within 15 days from the date of declaration of result. The scorecards will be uploaded to the official website of UPSC. Candidates will be able to check and download their scorecards by visiting the official website of UPSC at upsc.gov.in.
I am very happy to get second rank: Ankita
Talking to the academy on the phone, Ankita said that I am very happy to get the second rank. I have chosen IAS and after joining the service want to work for women’s empowerment, primary health, and school education sectors.