UPSC CSE 2019 Final Result Declared, Check @upsc.gov.in

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UPSC CSE 2019 Result declared
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The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) of India has declared the final result of the Civil Services Examination (CSE) 2019 today, i.e., 4 August. Candidates who appeared for the UPSC CSE examination 2019 can visit the official website – www.upsc.gov.in to view their results. According to reports, a total of 829 candidates are selected for the services. The UPSC CSE result is published in order of merit, meaning the top 180 candidates will be eligible to serve as Indian Administrative Servant, followed by IFS, IRS, etc.

The consolidated final merit list is published after combining the marks scored in the written exams and personal interview rounds. Candidates can view the result by following the steps mentioned below:

How to View UPSC CSE 2019 Result Online?

  1. Visit the official website – www.upsc.gov.in
  2. On the right-hand side corner, find “What’s New.”
  3. Click on the STOP symbol.
  4. Now find the active link titled “Final Result: Civil Service Examination 2019”.
  5. Once done, the page will contain the PDF of the result.
  6. View the PDF to find your name on the list.
  7. Print and save a copy for future reference.

Enlisted Services:

  • Indian Administrative Service
  • Indian Foreign Service
  • Indian Police Service
  • Central Services, Group ‘A’ and Group’ B.’

Vacancies as per Services:

  • IAS: 180
  • IFS: 24
  • IPS: 150
  • Central Services Group’ A: 438
  • Group ‘B’ Services: 135

The UPSC CSE result got delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic worldwide. Even the CSE 2020 has been postponed till 8 October. Candidates should keep visiting the official website for more information.

About UPSC CSE

The Civil Services Examination (CSE) conducted by UPSC, is a national level qualifying examination which selects a candidate for the service in civil administration sectors of India. CSE doesn’t need the mention that it is the most challenging examination to crack. Top services include Indian Administrative Service (IAS), Indian Foreign Service (IRS), Indian Police Service (IPS), etc.

The first round of written examination is titled, UPSC SCE Prelims, followed by Mains Examination. The candidates who are selected in the Mains are subjected to the interviews for Personality Test. This is the most robust round of all where maximum candidates get disqualified. Candidates should focus on a holistic model of study, as this will help in the personal interview round.

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