IAS Result 2017: The result of Indian Administrative Services (IAS) mains exam has been announced by Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) on January 10, 2017. The UPSC Civil Services mains result has been announced online. Based on IAS result 2017 of mains exam, candidates have been shortlisted for the Personality Test. The IAS result mains exam 2017 is available in the form of PDF file containing roll numbers of who have qualified for personality test. UPSC has also announced the date of IAS mains personality test which will be held from February 19, 2018. The candidates who have qualified for the personality test can download the e-summon letter of personality test for the interview can be downloaded through the link that will be provided on this page. The e-summon letter for Personality Test will be available on January 18, 2018. The IAS 2017 mains exam was conducted on by UPSC from October 28, 2017 to November 11, 2017. The IAS mains result 2017 is based on the marks obtained by candidates in all the compulsory papers. Candidates twice the number of vacancies are selected for interview. Around 1900 candidates have been shortlisted for interview based on IAS result 2017 for mains exam. Candidates can check below for more details on IAS result 2017.
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UPSC IAS 2017 result dates
UPSC has announced the result of IAS Mains exam on January 10, 2018. The IAS Mains exam was held offline from October 28, 2017 to November 3, 2017. The UPSC Civil Services final result 2017 will be announced in February/March 2018. Candidates can check below for UPSC IAS mains 2017 result dates.
IAS result 2017 Important Dates
|Sr.No||IAS 2017 result events||Important dates|
|1||IAS 2017 prelims exam||June 18, 2017|
|2||IAS Prelims result||July 27, 2017|
|3||IAS Mains exam 2017||October 10, 2017|
|4||Civil Services Mains result||January 10, 2018|
|5||IAS Interview date||February 19, 2018 onwards|
|6||Civil Services final result 2017||February/March 2018 (tentative)|
Highlights of Civil Services Exam
The highlights of IAS 2017 result is given in the table below.
|UPSC Civil Services (IAS) Results||IAS Prelims 2017||IAS Mains 2017||IAS Interviews 2017|
|Date of exam||June 18, 2017||October 28, 2017||February 19, 2018 onwards|
|Date of declaration of IAS Result||July 27, 2017||January 10, 2018||February/March 2018|
|Number of candidates qualified as per result||11,000 to 12,000 (approximately)||1900 (Approx)||980 (number of vacancies)|
|Significance||Indicates roll numbers of candidates who can appear for Civil Services Mains examination.||Indicates roll numbers of candidates who can appear for Civil Services Personality Test or Interviews. Marks obtained in Mains exam get added to interview scores for final result.||Selected candidates join Civil Services to services and posts in Indian Administrative Services (IAS), Indian Police Service (IPS), Indian Revenue Service (IRS), Indian Railway Personnel Service (IRPS) and other posts.|
|Documents required for next stage||DAF(CSM), admit card of IAS Mains||Questionnaire, Attestation Form and TA Form||Documents for joining|
How to check Civil Services Result 2017?
The result of IAS has been declared by upsc.gov.in. The steps to check IAS result is explained below.
- Step 1: Click on the link provided on this page.
- Step 2: The IAS result 2017 PDF file will open in a new window.
- Step 3: Press Ctrl+F and enter roll number in the provided space.
- Step 4: Only if the roll number is printed on the result list, then the candidates have qualified for personality test
IAS result 2017 of Preliminary Examination
The preliminary examination of IAS was held on June 18, 2017 in offline mode. The result has been announced. The Preliminary examination comprised of two objective type papers of 200 marks each. The Prelims examination serves as screening test only and marks scored in the preliminary exam will not be counted for determining the final merit ranking. Based on the marks scored by candidates in preliminary examination, candidates 12 to 13 times the number of vacancies will be selected for mains exam. Only those candidates who are declared by the commission to have qualified in the preliminary exam will be eligible for admission to the mains exam.
IAS 2017 Marking Scheme
Candidates can check in the table below for IAS marking scheme.
|Specifications||IAS Marking Scheme of Prelims|
|Total marks of exam||400|
|Total number of questions||Paper 1 – 100|
Paper 2 - 80
|For correct answers in Paper 1||+2|
|For correct answers in Paper 2||+2.5|
|Marks to be deducted for wrong answers||1/3|
|Calculation of total score out of 400||Marks obtained in Paper 1 + Marks obtained in Paper 2|
IAS Marksheet 2017
The marksheet of IAS will be issued to candidates after the completion of recruitment process. The marksheet will mention the marks secured by candidates in each paper and interview along with their qualifying status.
IAS cutoff 2017 for Prelims exam
- Candidates need to secure the cutoff score in IAS 2017 prelims exam to become eligible for next stage of recruitment process i.e mains exam. The IAS prelims cutoff marks will be decided on the basis of GS Paper 1 only. However, GS Paper 2 is qualifying and candidates need to secure 33 % in this paper to qualify the exam. The IAS 2017 cutoff will be updated in this article after it is released. Candidates can check below previous year category wise cutoff score of IAS prelims exam.
IAS 2016 cutoff (Prelims)
|Category||IAS 2016 cut off|
IAS Result 2017 of Mains Examination
UPSC had conducted IAS 2017 mains exam from October 28 till November 3, 2017. The mains examination of Civil Services comprises of written examination and interview. The written examination consists of 9 conventional essay type papers. Out of which, two papers are qualifying in nature. The maximum marks allotted to the mains exam of IAS is 1750 marks. Candidates who have obtained minimum qualifying marks in the written exam of mains have been selected for interview. The result of IAS written exam of mains has been declared on January 10, 2017. The papers on Essay, General Studies and Optional papers of only those candidates are taken into cognizance who will attain 25% marks in Indian Language & English as minimum qualifying marks in these qualifying papers. The interview will carry 275 marks. Around 1900 candidates have been selected for interview. The IAS result 2017 of interview will be declared along with the final result. There is no qualifying marks in interview. The marks secured in all the compulsory papers of written exam and interview for personality test will be counted for ranking.
IAS 2017 Cutoff (Mains exam)
The examination authority will decide a cutoff score for IAS mains exam to select candidates for interview. Candidates need to secure 10 % marks in each of the seven competitive papers i.e. Essay, GS-I, GS-II, GS-III, GS-IV, Optional-I and Optional-II. The IAS 2017 cutoff will be provided on this page as soon as it is released. Candidates can check below for IAS 2016 cutoff score.
IAS cut off 2016 (Mains)
|Category||IAS 2016 cut off|
IAS Final Result 2017
The final IAS result will be declared in February/March 2017. UPSC will declare the Civil Services final result based on the marks scored by candidates in written exam and interview. The commission will prepare the All India Rank (AIR) of candidates aggregating the marks of all the compulsory papers of written exam and interview. Candidates will be allotted to the various services keeping in view their ranks in the exam and preferences expressed by them for the various services and posts.
IAS 2017 final cutoff
The final cutoff of IAS will be decided based on the written exam and interview. Based on the IAS 2017 final cutoff, candidates will be selected for various posts and services. Candidates can check below for Civil Services final cutoff 2016.
IAS final cutoff 2016
|Category||IAS 2016 cut off|
IAS result 2017 – Merit List
- The marks secured by candidates in the preliminary examination will not be counted for final merit list.
- Candidates will be allotted to the various posts on the basis of their ranks and posts preferences.
- The merit list of IAS prelims exam will be prepared on the basis of qualifying marks of 33 % in General Studies (GS) Paper 1 and total qualifying marks of GS Paper 1.
- Marks secured in the compulsory papers of written exam and interview will determine the final order of ranking.
UPSC result trends of Civil Services Exam
Candidates can check below for the previous year result trend of IAS result.
|Total no. of IAS applicants||5,36,506||7,76,565||9.4 Lakh||9.4 Lakh||11.37 Lakh|
|Appeared in prelims Exam||2,71,422||3,23,949||4.5 Lakh||4.6 Lakh||5 Lakh|
|Qualified for Mains test||13,092||14,959||16,947||15,008||15,445|
|Shortlisted for Interview||2,674||3,003||3,308||2,797||--|
|Recommended for appointment||998|
Male : 753
Female : 245
Male : 861
Female : 261
The result of MAINS 2017, UPSC Civil Services Examination has been announced. Kindly check it here
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UPSC just announced the results of Civil Services Mains Examination, 2017 and with this, the anticipation surrounding the results is also over. The fate of over ten thousands aspirants has been locked by this PDF
We congratulate those who have found their names in this list and are all geared up for the next stage. We already have a lot many things in store for you. Go to the last two paragraphs of this write up to know about the plans that we have designed to help you cross the final barrier of UPSC.
For those, who couldn’t clear the Mains, we only have one thing to say- No Success is Permanent, No Failure is Fatal. Your success depends upon your efforts as well as your luck. Only and only you can decide whether it was your lack of efforts that cost you dearly or was it your luck that betrayed you! If luck didn’t favour you, nothing can be done about it except repeating your attempt with full energy. This is UPSC my friends! Almost a million appear each year to qualify this examination but only few hundreds qualify. To say that the rest didn’t put effort would be unfair to all of them. You do need a bit of luck to get going in this race and can’t do much in case your luck hasn’t been kind to you.
However, it is a saying that luck favours the brave. Don’t get too tempted to blame everything on luck alone. Identify the areas where you could have done better. Recognise your strengths and weaknesses, work hard for your next attempt and come out with flying colours. IASbaba is with you till you qualify this examination or you hang up your boots.
If you think that it was due to the deficiencies in your writing practice that dragged you behind, we have something to offer. For those, who can afford to come to and stay back in Bengaluru, we have the Connect to Conquer (C2C) Programme, designed specifically for those who want mentorship based assistance to polish their answer writing skills. The programme is already running and we have served few seats for candidates who wanted to enrol after the declaration of results. You can find the details of this programme by contacting us at [email protected]
For those who can’t come to Bengaluru, our flagship online answer writing programme TLP is already going on. We will have the second phase of TLP soon after prelims. Its a programme designed to give you daily targets in terms of coverage and also an opportunity t get expert feedback from IASbaba and feedback from peers. You can be rest assured about one thing- if you follow TLP religiously, you will be at ease during Mains.
For those, who have got Prelims blues, our flagship Integrated Learning Programme (ILP) and All India Prelims Test Series can be a shot in the arm at this stage. After so much of efforts, you can’t afford to flunk Prelims this year. ILP gives you the cushion to remain in the race by letting you do smart work. ILP is still open for enrolment. For details of this programmeclick here.
Our final word to those who couldn’t qualify Mains this time is that you must never lose faith in yourself. Only you can win this race, if not this time then next time for sure! Don’t lose your heart over it and start afresh. Remember- every moment in the life is a fresh beginning! Is this moment yours?
Now, we come to those who have the final hurdle to cross- the Civil Services Personality Test. Before we tell you anything, let it be very clear that you have got a long way to go. Kudos to success but don’t let that overwhelm your senses. You have qualified Mains and so have a thousand others. Be focussed and concentrate on your next goal.
As you must be aware that we are already midway to our online interview assistance programme i.e. the Think, Rethink and Perform (TRP) initiative, you can dig in the archives here to get hold of developments till date. This is a self realisation platform where you explore your personality by asking simple questions to yourself and also hone your response on issues of national and international importance by discussing the questions we post from current fairs on regular basis. For details of this programme click here.
To help you more, we are pleased to announce that IASbaba would be conducting its interview workshops and mock interviews in Bengaluru and Delhi. The dates, venue and other details will be announced soon:
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