IAS Prelims Result 2022 Out, Civil Services Result Download Link

Indian Administrative Services 2022 ( IAS )


Exam On: 16 Sep '22 - 25 Sep '22

Rachit Kumar Saxena

Rachit Kumar SaxenaManager-Editorial

Updated on Jun 22, 2022 16:50 IST

IAS result 2022 for prelims has been declared by the Commission on June 22. UPSC released the IAS prelims result 2022 in a record time of fifteen days. This is the fastest declaration of results in recent times. Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) released the roll number of the candidates eligible to appear in the IAS main exam 2022. The names of the qualified candidates will be released later. The IAS main exam 2022 is scheduled to be conducted from September 16 to 25. 

This year, Civil Service Prelims (CSP) result 2022 recommended more candidates for the main exam because the number of vacancies is higher in comparison with the previous years.

How to Check the IAS Result 2022 for Prelims?

The candidates can check the IAS result in the following way

Step 1. Go to the official website - upsc.gov.in

Step 2. Go to the What's New Section & click on the UPSC Civil Service (IAS) exam result link appearing on screen

Step 3. On clicking above, the "Result: Civil Services 2022" link will appear

Step 4. Click on the link as appear above, The UPSC IAS 2022 Result will appear on the screen

Step 5. Search the roll number in the UPSC Result pdf

Step 6. Download the UPSC IAS result 2022 pdf for future reference.

Download and Check IAS Prelims Result 2022 PDF

The Details Application Form (DAF-I) for the main exam will be released later.

IAS result 2021 was declared on May 30. Shruti Sharma, Ankita Agarwal and Gamini Singla achieved the top three positions in the Civil Service Exam Result 2021. A total of 685 candidates were selected against the firm vacancies of 749. The result of one candidate was withheld. Shruti Sharma is an alumnus of Delhi School of Economics and a graduate of St. Stephens College under Delhi University. She is pursuing Masters in Sociology. UPSC will release the mark sheet of the IAS toppers very soon mentioning the total marks of each of the selected candidates. 

Download IAS result 2021 here - UPSC_IAS_Result_2021_Final  


IAS Toppers 2021

IAS Toppers List 2021

The following are the list of IAS toppers 2021 as mentioned in the UPSC result 2021.

Rank Name Roll Number
1 Shruti Sharma 0803237
2 Ankita Agarwal 0611497
3 Gamini Singla 3524519
4 Aishwarya Verma 5401266
5 Utkarsh Dwivedi 0804881
6 Yaksh Chaudhary 0834409
7 Samyak S Jain 0886777
8 Ishita Rathi 0801479
9 Preetam Kumar 1118762
10 Harkeerat Singh Randhawa 6301529
11 Shubhankar Pratyush Pathak 0839316
12 Yasharth Shekhar 0859275
13 Priyamvada Ashok Mhaddalkar 0511100
14 Abhinav J Jain 0840534
15 C Yaswanthkumar Reddy 7600782
16 Anshu Priya 0849748
17 Mehak Jain 6400929
18 Ravi Kumar Sihag 6624586
19 Diksha Joshi 8500663
20 Arpit Chauhan 0854091

List of IAS Toppers

UPSC Result 2020 was declared on September 24, 2021. A total of 761 candidates were selected against the 836 vacancies. Shubham Kumar topped the Civil Service Exam 2020. Jagrati Awasthi stood second in the exam. Ankita Jain ranked third in the prestigious exam. UPSC also mentioned that it is maintaining a consolidated reserve list of 150 candidates. UPSC toppers' names and ranks are given below.




Shubham Kumar


Jagrati Awasthi


Ankita Jain


Yash Jaluka


Mamta Yadav


Meera K


Praveen Kumar


Jivani Kartik Nagjibhai


Apala Mishra


Satyam Gandhi




Mithun Premraj


Gaurav Budania


Karishma Nair


Ria Dabi


Arth Jain


Sarthak Agrawal


Radhika Gupta


Shashwat Tripurari


P Srija

Download Here Official UPSC Result 2020 PDF

UPSC Result 2020 Category-wise


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As per the official notification, the number of candidates who pass in the IAS main (written) result will be twice the number of vacancies given in the official notification.IAS personality test is the last stage of the IAS selection process and the chances of final selection increase very much once the candidate makes in the IAS main(written) result. One out of the two candidates is finally selected in the Civil Services after the IAS interview. This implies that the selection probability of the candidate is 50% after his/her name appears in IAS main(written) result.

After the IAS main(written) result, the candidates are called for the IAS interview at the UPSC office in New Delhi. The candidates need to carry all the original documents related to their academic and professional qualifications and experience. These documents will be verified by the office staff of UPSC. After the document verification, the candidates will proceed for the IAS interview.

UPSC Civil Services (IAS) result is declared for each of the exam stages separately. The IAS result(final) is announced after the IAS interview. It takes into account the marks obtained in the IAS main and IAS interview(personality test). The marks of IAS prelims are not taken into consideration for the final result.

Selection criteria for Mains exam: On the basis of marks secured by candidates in paper-I of the Preliminary exam a merit list is released by UPSC. It may be noted that paper-II of the Preliminary is exam is qualifying in nature with minimum 33% marks. All candidates whose names/ roll numbers appear in the merit list are eligible to appear for the Mains exam. The official website informs, “The number of candidates to be admitted to the Main Examination will be about twelve to thirteen times the number of vacancies to be filled in the year through this examination.”

Selection criteria for Interview: Candidates who secure minimum qualifying marks in the written part of the Main Exam are called for an interview for a personality test. The number of candidates called for the UPSC interview are usually twice of the number of vacancies to be filled, informs the official website. The interview carries weight-age of 275 marks with no minimum qualifying marks.

A final merit list is released by UPSC on the basis of marks secured by candidates in Main exam (written test and interview). All candidates whose names/ roll numbers appear in the final merit list released by the commission are then allotted to different services on the basis of their rank in the exam as well as preferences made by them for different posts and services.

Check complete details about the UPSC IAS exam.

Previous Years UPSC Results 

Download here UPSC IAS Main Exam Result with Roll Numbers

Download here UPSC IAS Main Exam Result 2021 with names

Download here UPSC IAS Prelims Result 2021 with names PDF

Download here: UPSC IAS Prelims Result 2021 PDF

UPSC IAS Main 2020 Result with Names PDF

UPSC IAS Main 2020 Result PDF

UPSC Prelims 2020 result with names

UPSC IAS 2020 Result for Prelims

See here: IAS Toppers 2020 Success Stories

Check here: IAS result 2019

UPSC IAS 2022 Result FAQs

Q: When will IAS prelims 2022 result be declared?

A: IAS prelims result 2022 has been released on June 22. The candidates can check and download the UPSC result 2022 pdf here.

Q: How many IAS are selected every year?

A: The number of vacancies in the UPSC Civil Service Exam is declining with each passing year but the number of IAS officer recruited every year remain steady at 200. Recently the Union Minister announced to increase the IPS vacancies from 150 to 200. See here details

Q: How many candidates are passed in the UPSC result?

A: The number of candidates declared qualified in the UPSC IAS result differs from stage to stage of IAS exam. The UPSC mention the tentative numbers of the candidates who will be selected at a particular stage. The number of candidates to be admitted to the Civil Services (Main) Examination will be about twelve to thirteen times the tentative number of vacancies to be filled in the year through this Examination. 

Q:How many students are selected for IAS interview?

A: The number of candidates selected for the IAS interview is two to two and half times the number of tentative vacancies in the IAS exam.

Q: Which rank is required to get Indian Administrative Service (IAS)?

A: Every year, 200 candidates are recruited for the IAS. The candidate from each category is assigned to the IAS according to the rank in their respective category. The General Category candidate under rank 100 can expect to get an IAS.

Q:How many marks are required to qualify the IAS exam?

A: The marks of the last candidate selected in the IAS exam differs each year. There is no minimum marks mentioned to get into IAS or IPS.

Q 7. What is the procedure to prepare the IAS prelims result?

Ans. The IAS prelims result is declared based on the marks secured in the General Studies Paper-I only. The General Studies-Paper II(CSAT) is of qualifying nature and the candidates need to score 33% marks in the General Studies Paper-II.

Q 8. What is the relevance of English and Language Paper in IAS Main exam?

Ans. The IAS main exam result is prepared as a merit list based on the marks secured in the General Studies and Optional Subject papers. The candidate need to score the minimum qualifying marks in the English and the Language paper. The answer sheet of the General Studies and Optional subjects are only evaluated after the candidate score equal or more than the qualifying marks as decided by the UPSC.

Q 9. After how many days of UPSC interviews, the IAS result is declared?

Ans. The UPSC releases the IAS result approximately ten days from the last date of the UPSC interview.

Q 10. Can a candidate appeal against the UPSC result?

Ans. The candidate can appeal against the UPSC result but it would be very difficult that the candidate can win against UPSC because the procedure followed by the UPSC is very transparent and the same is submitted in the Courts when asked for by the court.

Q 11. Is UPSC release the IAS result with names?

Ans. The UPSC release every result with names after declaring the result mentioning the roll numbers.


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