होम News UPSC Civil Services Prelims 2023 Results Declared; 14,624 Candidates Pass

UPSC Civil Services Prelims 2023 Results Declared; 14,624 Candidates Pass

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In an eagerly awaited announcement, the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has declared the results of the Civil Services preliminary examination 2023. This prestigious examination serves as the gateway for aspirants seeking to join the esteemed Indian civil services. Candidates can now check their results on the official website of UPSC, upsc.gov.in.

The preliminary examination for this year was conducted on May 28, and it witnessed the participation of numerous candidates from across the country. Out of these dedicated individuals, a total of 14,624 candidates have successfully passed the examination, as recommended by the commission. This achievement marks a significant milestone in their journey towards a career in civil services.

The candidates who have cleared the prelims will now progress to the next stage, which is the mains examination. The mains examination is scheduled to take place from September 15, providing the successful candidates with ample time to prepare themselves for the challenging tasks that lie ahead.

Alongside the Civil Services preliminary results, the commission has also released the results of the India Forest Services examination. This additional declaration brings further excitement and anticipation among the aspirants who appeared for the forest services exam.

It is important to note that the candidature of the successful candidates is currently provisional. According to the rules of the examination, these candidates must apply again in the Detailed Application Form-I (DAF-I) for the Civil Services (Main) Examination 2023. The commission will announce the dates and provide important instructions regarding the filling up and submission of the DAF-I in due course.

This announcement brings a renewed wave of enthusiasm among the candidates who have cleared the prelims. They now have the opportunity to showcase their knowledge, skills, and dedication in the mains examination, which plays a crucial role in the final selection process for the Indian civil services.

It is worth mentioning that the UPSC has established certain rules regarding the number of attempts permitted for the Civil Services Examination (CSE). Eligible candidates are allowed six attempts at the CSE. However, candidates belonging to the SC and ST category have the privilege of unlimited attempts, while OBC candidates can make nine attempts. Additionally, physically disabled candidates (PwBD) falling under the general and EWS category are also granted the opportunity for nine attempts.

As the results of the UPSC Civil Services Prelims 2023 have been announced, aspiring civil servants can now focus their attention on the upcoming mains examination. This stage of the selection process demands thorough preparation, dedication, and a comprehensive understanding of various subjects and current affairs.

The journey towards a career in civil services is an arduous one, requiring perseverance and unwavering determination. The successful candidates who have cleared the prelims have taken a significant step forward, and they should be commended for their hard work and commitment.

As the mains examination approaches, it is essential for the candidates to stay updated with the latest news and updates provided by the UPSC. Regular visits to the official website, upsc.gov.in, will help them access important information and instructions that will guide them throughout the remaining stages of the examination.

The UPSC Civil Services Prelims 2023 results have brought joy and a sense of accomplishment to the successful candidates. Their dedication and resilience have been rewarded, and they now have the opportunity to prove their mettle in the mains examination. As they embark on the next phase of their journey, they carry with them the hopes and aspirations of many who dream of serving the nation through civil services.

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