The UPSC conducts the civil services exam every year to enrol officers into the Indian civil services. The civil services is a prestigious and challenging career option for youngsters in the country because if given them the chance to serve the country and bring about a positive impact on the lives of their fellow countrymen.
The IAS exam, which is officially the civil services exam, is conducted in three stages – the UPSC prelims, the UPSC mains and the personality test or interview. All interested candidates should apply online on the UPSC official website to take the IAS prelims. Candidates who clear it on securing the prescribed UPSC cut off marks can take the mains exam clearing which they would be summoned for the IAS interview. The UPSC will release the candidates’ UPSC marks only after the entire IAS exam process is over. Even the IAS cut off marks will be released only during this time after the final results are out.
The UPSC will release the marks of the candidates only after the entire process of the exam is over with. The UPSC marks list of the prelims exam is also released only after the entire IAS exam process is done with and the final results are announced. Candidates can see their prelims marks card and also their marks in the mains exam. All candidates can check their UPSC marksheet in the prelims, mains and interview whether they have cleared the exam or otherwise. The UPSC releases the mains and interview marks of the successful candidates also. IAS toppers marks subject wise can also be seen by the public after the same are released by the UPSC in their official portal.
How to get your UPSC marksheet for mains exam (for successful and unsuccessful candidates):
- Register yourself at the UPSC online website www.upsconline.nic.in
- You will get a password on your email in a few minutes. The login ID is your exam roll number.
- You can login and download the marks.
Please note that the UPSC does not give the marks obtained in the compulsory papers (English and Indian language) for those who qualified in the mains (written) exam.
The UPSC marks of the candidates in all other subjects including the four General Studies papers, the two Optional papers and the Essay paper are revealed by the UPSC.