UPSC IAS Prelims Result 2015- 15000 selected in UPSC Civil services pre result

Union Public Service Commission is the supreme authority to conduct the Civil Services Exams and Central government exams in India. The UPSC officials announced the Upsc IAS exams in June 2015 and the UPSC Engineering Services exam 2015 held by the Union Public Service Commission in August 2015. About 4,65,882 candidates took the civil services preliminary examination 2015. Get the IAS Prelims results 2015 at official website upsc.gov.in.

Now, as per UPSC Official updates, UPSC civil Services written Result 2015 is declared and Live. Also, Students can get the UPSC IAS results 2015  and Upsc ias prelims cut off 2015 at Indiaresults.com online portal.

More information for UPSC IAS Prelims 2015-16:

http://delhi.indiaresults.com/upsc/default.aspx

Civil Services Preliminary Exams, consists of  CSAT paper or Civil Services Aptitude Test, is mainly for candidates who aim for higher administrative posts like of Indian Administrative Service (IAS) and Indian Foreign Service (IFS). The UPSC exams are the most prestigious in India. This is the biggest examination conducting commission, in terms of total candidates and number of centres. Now, the UPSC has released the IAS merit List Results 2015.  The exam was held all across the country in around 71 centers.

The upsc exam result is much awaited by the candidates all over India. Get the UPSC result 2015 at Indiaresults.com. The candidates who qualify in the preliminary exams will be eligible for the Civil Services (Mains) examination which will be followed by the interview. The Upsc civil services cut off marks 2015 are important for Upsc ias merit list 2015.

IAS Exam 2015 Statistics:

  • As against a record number of 9,45,908 candidates who have applied for the exam, 6,81,549 of them had downloaded their e-admit card.
  • A total of 4,65,882 candidates took the civil services preliminary examination this year as compared to 4,51,602 examinees last year, an increase by 14,280.
  • Out of these candidates, 4,65,882 candidates took the  examination, which is about 49 percent of the total candidates who had applied, he said.

Pattern of UPSC IAS exam:-

The civil services examination is conducted by the UPSC annually in three stages– preliminary exam, mains exam and interview process. The exam has two papers: General Studies and Aptitude Test having 200 marks each. Selection is done for candidates for prestigious Indian Administrative Service (IAS), Indian Foreign Service (IFS) and Indian Police Service (IPS). Check the Upsc csat result 2015 at online portals.

Check the UPSC IAS preliminary result & Merit List at IndiaResults:

IndiaResults.com is no.1 exam results website in India. It has ties with many state boards, universities and other educational bodies of India. We will provide all details for UPSC  Civil Services Exam result 2015. IndiaResults.com also provide the facility of Name wise search option to check UPSC result name wise along with Roll number. We provide every result with great accuracy at our fast speed servers.

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Mr. Saurabh Agarwal is currently a Founding editor for IndiaResults.com. He is having more than 15 years of experience in blogging. A blogger by ideas, an entrepreneur by choice and a techno by preference.

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