UPSC Civil Services Final Result 2021 Pdf | UPSC Final Result 2021

UPSC Civil Services Final Result 2020 Pdf Download | Full List Of ToppersUnion Public Service Commission (UPSC) on declared the final result for the Civil Services (CSE) Main examination 2020. Shubham Kumar topped the civil service (main) exam followed by Jagrati Awasthi who has secured the second position and Ankita Jain (rank 3). The result is announced based on the written part of civil services examination, 2020 held by the Union Public Service Commission in January 2021 and the interviews for the personality test held in August-September, 2021

The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) today released the results of the UPSC Civil Services Examination 2020. Based on the results of the written part of civil services examination, 2020 conducted by UPSC in January 2021 and interview for personality test conducted in August-September, 2021, the Commission has now released the list in order to qualify the recommended candidates for appointment.

UPSC Civil Services Final Result 2020 Released | Shubham Kumar Tops

UPSC Civil Services Final Result 2020 Pdf | UPSC Final Result 2020-21 Out

Organisation Name Union Public Service Commission (UPSC)
Name of Post UPSC CSE
Date of Exam 4 October 2020
category  Sarkari Naukri Result
Release Date Avilable Now
Status Available Soon
Official Website www.upsc.gov.in
UPSC Final Result Link  upsc final result 2020-21 

UPSC Toppers 2020-21

  • A total of 761 candidates have been recommended for appointment
  • The top 25 candidates comprise 13 men and 12 women.
  • Education qualifications of the top 25 successful candidates range from graduation in Engineering, Humanities, Commerce and Medical Science from premier institutions such as IIT, BITS, NSUT, DTU, JIPMER, Delhi University, Mumbai University etc.
  • The top 25 successful candidates opted for subjects like Anthropology, Civil Engineering, Commerce and Accountancy, Economics, Geography, Mathematics, Mechanical Engineering, Medical Science, Philosophy, Physics, Political Science, International Relations, Public Administration and Sociology as their optional choice in the Main examination.

A total number of 761 candidates have been recommended for appointment as per the following break-up:

  • GENERAL – 263 candidates
  • EWS – 86 candidates
  • OBC – 229 candidates
  • SC – 122 candidates
  • ST – 61 candidates

List of Top 30 UPSC Toppers 2020-21 CSE Exam 

S. No. Roll No. Name
1 1519294 Shubham Kumar
2 415262 Jagrati Awasthi
3 813490 Ankita Jain
4 828612 Yash Jaluka
5 829179 Mamta Yadav
6 1905061 Meera K
7 849107 Praveen Kumar
8 121247 Jivani Kartik Nagjibhai
9 5903870 Apala Mishra
10 1513584 Satyam Gandhi
11 3502246 Devayani
12 5704748 Mithun Premraj
13 1133517 Gaurav Budania
14 507076 Karishma Nair
15 819907 Ria Dabi
16 819435 Arth Jain
17 6305704 Sarthak Agrawal
18 7804829 Radhika Gupta
19 833045 Shashwat Tripurari
20 1019374 P Srija
21 828175 Vaishali Jain
22 7000714 Nitesh Kumar Jain
23 6306505 Sadaf Choudhary
24 5905716 Krishan Kumar Singh
25 7100243 Vaibhav Rawat
26 812086 Pulkit Singh
27 1011243 Maithreyi Naidu
28 2625904 Divya Mishra
29 5400358 Prakhar Kumar Singh
30 1140688 Divyanshu Choudhary

About UPSC 2020 Topper Shubham Kumar

  • Lal of Bihar has once again done wonders.
  • Shubham Kumar of Katihar district of Bihar has topped the UPSC exam and has created a new record. Shubham Kumar, who got the first position in the Civil Services Examination 2020, has done BTech from IIT Bombay.
  • Let us tell you that Shubham, a resident of Katihar district, got 290 rank in 2019.

UPSC Toppers List Past 30 years With Home State

Year Name State
2020 Shubham Kumar Bihar
2019 Pradeep Singh Haryana
2018 Kanishka Kataria Rajasthan
2017  Anudeep Durishetty Telangana
2016  Nanini Karnataka
2015 Tina Dabi Delhi
2014 Ira Singhal Delhi
2013 Gaurav Agarwal Rajasthan
2012 Haritha V Kumar Kerala
2011 Shena Aggarwal Haryana
2010  S Divyadarshini Tamil Nadu
2009 Shah Faesal Jammu & Kashmir
2008 Shubhra Saxena Uttar Pradesh
2007 Adapa Karthik Andhra Pradesh
2006 Mutyalaraju Revu Andhra Pradesh
2005 Mona Pruthi Haryana
2004 S Nagarajan Tamil Nadu
2003 Roopa Mishra Odisha
2002 Ankur Garg Punjab
2001 Alok Ranjan Jha Bihar
2000 Vijayalakshmi Bidari Karnataka
1999 Sorabh Babu Uttar Pradesh
1998 Bhawna Garg Punjab
1997 Devesh Kumar Bihar
1996 Sunil Kumar Barnwal Bihar
1995 Iqbal Dhaliwal Tamil Nadu
1994 Asutosh Jindal Delhi
1993 Srivatsa Krishna Karnataka
1992 Shri Anurag Srivastava Uttar Pradesh
1991 Raju Narayana Swamy Kerala
1990 Lakshmi Narayana Andhra Pradesh

UPSC Exam Pattern

  • Candidates have been selected on the basis of the main written exam held from January 8 to January 17 and the interview held from August 2 to September 22.
  • Prior to the main written exam, a preliminary test was held in October 2020.
  • Candidates who had qualified for the preliminary test were shortlisted for the main exam.
  • A total of 2,046 candidates were shortlisted for the interview.
UPSC Exam Pattern For IAS Preliminary Examination
Name of the Paper No of Questions Marks Allotted Time Allotted
Paper I: General Studies (Objective-type) 100 200 2 hours
Paper-II: General Studies-II (CSAT) (Objective-Type) 80 200 2 hours
UPSC Exam Pattern 2021 For IAS Main Examination
  • The UPSC Exam Pattern for the Mains Exam is tabulated below.
  • The IAS Mains Exam consists of two types of papers viz qualifying and merit-ranking.
  • Paper A and Paper B namely the Language paper and English paper will be qualifying in nature.
  • The marks obtained in these papers will not be added to marks that may determine your rank.
  • All the other papers will be evaluated for merit purposes.

Paper

Subject

Duration

Total marks

Time Allotted

Paper A

Compulsory Indian language

3 hours

300

3 hours

Paper B

English

3 hours

300

3 hours

Paper I

Essay

3 hours

250

3 hours

Paper-II

General Studies I

3 hours

250

3 hours

Paper III

General Studies II

3 hours

250

3 hours

Paper IV

General Studies III

3 hours

250

3 hours

Paper V

General Studies IV

3 hours

250

3 hours

Paper VI

Optional I

3 hours

250

3 hours

Paper VII

Optional II

3 hours

250

3 hours

How  To Check UPSC CSE Final Result 2020

  • Visit the official website @ upsc.gov.in
  • Click on the link- ‘Civil Services (Main) Examination, 2020- Final Result’
  • A PDF file with list of selected candidates will appear on screen
  • Download CSE Main result, take a print out for further reference.

UPSC Final Result 2021 FAQ

What is the educational qualification for the Civil Service exam?
  • The candidate must have completed a bachelor’s degree from any recognized Indian university.
  • However final year students are also eligible to apply.
What is the age limit?
  • Candidate age must be between 21 to 32 years old for the General category.
Any age relaxations for Reserved category Candidates?
  • Yes, for the OBC category 3 years of relaxation, and for SC/ST there is a provision of 5 years relaxation.
  • For Defense Service Personnel disabled during service have 3 years of relaxation, ex-servicemen including service officers have 5 years of relaxation, visually challenged, physically challenged and hearing-impaired people have up to 10 years of relaxation.
Is there any limit to attempt the exam?
  • General category people can attempt max 6 times, OBC category people can attempt max 9 times, SC/ST category no limit to attempt, physically handicapped (both General and OBC category) can attempt 9 times, SC/ST physically handicapped can attempt any no of times.

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