UPSC CSE Result 2023

Jan 06, 2023, 16:45 IST

Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) recruit officer rank like IAS, IFS, IPS and other services under government, the recruitment procedure begins with exam popularly known as Civil Service Examination (CSE).

Millions of aspirants apply for CSE every year and deserving ones fulfill their dream of serving the Indian government as civil servants.

UPSC CSE examination is broadly divided into three stages namely prelims, mains, and interview. Candidates must clear all these steps with a good score to expect a good rank in the final UPSC CSE result.

When is the UPSC CSE result declared?

As per the academic calendar of UPSC, the prelims examination is to be held on 28th May 2023 so the expected time duration under which the results are declared is one month after the commencement of the examination.

According to the previous year's trend, the UPSC CSE prelims results 2023 will be announced within the time duration of one month i.e before 28th June 2023.

Candidates appearing for the UPSC CSE prelims examination can expect their UPSC prelims results, within one month and plan accordingly for the preparation of the UPSC CSE mains examination.

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UPSC CSE Prelims Results

Below is the table giving you an analysis of the exam date and the respective result date, Candidates can check out the previous year's exam dates and respective release dates of the results.

Event Exam Date Results Release date
UPSC CSE prelims 2022 5 June 2022 22 June 2022
UPSC CSE prelims 2021 27 June 2021 29 October 2021
UPSC CSE prelims 2020 31 May 2020 23 October 2020
UPSC CSE prelims 2019 2 June 2019 12 July 2019
UPSC CSE prelims 2018 3 June 2018 14 July 2018

The above trend of the previous year result announcement dates gives us a brief idea about the release date of UPSC prelims results in 2023.

Candidates, who clear the prelims examination, are eligible to appear in the UPSC CSE mains examination, candidates can strengthen their mains preparation via the UPSC CSE mains question paper.

In the mains examination, every candidate is required to choose his/her favorite topic among given UPSC CSE optional subjects, there are 2 optional subject papers in the mains examination and to study the detailed pattern of the UPSC CSE mains exam visit the UPSC CSE Exam Pattern.

UPSC CSE Mains Results 2023

UPSC CSE mains examination is of 5 days time duration kindly check the UPSC CSE Mains pattern to know more about the mains exam.

Candidate can estimate the tentative date for the UPSC mains results in 2023, by analyzing the previous year's trend

Event Exam Date Results Release Date
UPSC CSE Mains 2022 16 September 2022 6 December 2022
UPSC CSE Mains 2021 7 January 2022 17 March 2022
UPSC CSE Mains 2020 8 January 2021 24 September 2021
UPSC CSE Mains 2019 20 September 2019 14 January 2020
UPSC CSE Mains 2018 28 September 2018 20 December 2018

Looking at the previous year release date for the UPSC mains results candidates can plan accordingly for the next step, Candidates who confident enough to clear the UPSC CSE Mains Cutoff can start their interview preparation, else prepare for the UPSC CSE prelims exam for next year.

UPSC CSE mains examination plays a crucial role in deciding the overall rank of the candidate and accomplishing his\her dream of serving in their desired post as an IAS, IFS, IPS, and other civil services under the government.

How to Check UPSC CSE Results?

Follow the steps given below to check your UPSC Prelims Result 2023 from the official website of the UPSC.

  1. Go to the official website of the UPSC (
  2. Click on the icon that says ‘Written results’.
  3. Then, click on the link which says Civil Services Prelims Results 2023.
  4. From here, you should be able to download the PDF of the document containing the list of candidates who have successfully cleared the UPSC Prelims 2023.
  5. Save the UPSC Prelims Results 2023 PDF for future reference.

Candidates who cleared the prelims examination can speed up their mains preparation with physics wallah, list out important concepts for their respective optional paper, and score well.

Similar steps can be followed by the candidate to check their UPSC CSE 2023 mains results.

What to do after the results are declared?

Actions to take after the declaration of the results in various steps are as follows:

  • Candidates who have qualified their UPSC CSE prelims should immediately start preparing for their mains examination as ultimately UPSC CSE mains examination decides the overall rank of the candidate.Usually, there is a 3-month gap between the UPSC CSE prelims and the UPSC CSE mains examination, which is an ample amount of time for candidates to prepare for the UPSC mains examination
  • Candidates who have cleared their UPSC CSE mains examination after UPSC mains results announced, Successful candidates should prepare for there Detailed application form (DAF).UPSC will pen a portal on UPSC where candidates can Submit their respective DAF and prepare for the interview round.
  • Candidates who clear all the three stages of UPSC CSE prelims, mains and Interview the Department of Personnel & Training DoPT send the candidate the official service allocation letter through post and email. Then, the Lal Bahadur Shastri National Academy of Administration (LBSNAA) starts the registration process for its Foundation Course.

Lal Bahadur Shastri National Academy of Administration (LBSNAA) is a civil service training institute on public policy and public administration in India. The academy's main aim is to train civil servants of the IAS cadre and also conduct the Foundation Course of Group-A Central Civil Services.

After completion of training, the trainee officers of the IAS cadre are awarded an MA (Public Administration) from Jawaharlal Nehru University, Delhi.

Tips by toppers to improve your rank in UPSC CSE

  • Understand the demand of the exam: Candidates should focus on the main topics of the examination and start with the fundamental books such as NCERT books to build their basic concepts and then move to advance books in the later phase of their preparation.
  • Choice of optional: Candidates should choose their optional wisely and according to their interest, check out the list of UPSC CSE optional subjects, and go through the syllabus, to find out your familiarity with topics.
  • Integrated preparation of prelims and mains: Candidates should have a holistic approach while completing their UPSC CSE syllabus, as preparing separately will increase the complexity of the process. Practice prelim questions as much as possible and make a habit of Writing UPSC CSE mains answers.
  • List out the right study material: Candidates must rely on standard books and go step-by-step, aspirants can check out the UPSC CSE booklist to get a clear understanding of the resources to use. Remember to keep your booklist short as you must revise all the material multiple times for a comprehensive understanding of the topic.
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Frequently Asked Questions(FAQs)

Q1. Is UPSC 2022 result declared?

Ans. The UPSC CSE 2022 prelims result was declared on 22 June 2022, and the mains result was released on 6 December 2022 but the overall result is yet to be announced after interviews.

Q2. Is UPSC final result out?

Ans. UPSC CSE 2022 final results are yet to be released after the commencement of the interview round for UPSC CSE 2022.

Q3. When UPSC results will be declared?

Ans. UPSC released results for 2022 prelims on 22 June 2022 and for 2022 mains on 6 December 2022, candidates who appeared in these exams can check whether they have qualified for the interview or not.

Q4. What is a good score in UPSC?

Ans. In the UPSC CSE prelims examination, GS paper 1 good score is 120 or above, in CSAT candidate must score 33% to qualify for the mains exam, Candidates must score at least 25% marks in each qualifying paper in order to clear the main examination.

Q5. What rank is required for IAS?

Ans. The rank required to become IAS differs by category The Last Rank for IAS in UPSC Exam 2021 is 680 in the general category and IFS Rank in UPSC 2021 for the general category is 88.

Q6. How can I check my UPSC IAS Mains result?

Ans. Candidates can check their UPSC CSE Mains result from the official website of and verify whether they qualified for the interview round.

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