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UPSC CSE 2023-24 Final Results Out Now A Prosperous Success Story for Inspiration Study Circle

The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) released the results of the Civil Services Exam 2023-24 on 15th April 2024, Monday.

Inspiration Study Circle, Dehradun has delivered an exceptional result with five successful selections. We have four selections under our “Mentorship and Interview Guidance Program”, that is, ISC- MIGP, and one selection from our “Daily Classroom Program”

“Heartiest Congratulations on Qualifying the Civil Services Exam”

  • Harshit Verma- Rank 272 (IPS Cadre)
  • Vishal Dubey- Rank 296 (IPS Cadre)
  • Raghunath Singh- Rank 461
  • Nahush Yadav- Rank 820 (IAS Allied Services)
  • Gourav Kumar Mandal- Rank 1006 (IAS Allied Services)

The Pride and Honor of Inspiration Study Circle has been raised a bar higher with this year’s outcome.

Inspiration Study Circle Congratulates the outstanding performance of all the selected candidates in the exam! Their hard work, dedication, and commitment have paid off with a remarkable result. This accomplishment is a testament to their intelligence, perseverance, and ability to rise above challenges.

This exceptional performance reflects not only their knowledge and understanding of the subject matter but also their strong work ethic and determination to excel. These Future Civil Servants have demonstrated a true passion for learning and a thirst for knowledge, which has undoubtedly contributed to their success.

Let us take a moment to celebrate and be proud of this accomplishment. The proud achievers have earned this success through their unwavering efforts and commitment.

Team ISC wishes that as they progress, they continue to strive for excellence and pursue their dreams with the same passion and dedication. This accomplishment is just the beginning of a series of achievements that await them in the real field.

Timeline of UPSC CSE 2023-24 Exam

Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) released the 2023-24 UPSC Annual Exam Calendar 2023 on its official website. The annual calendar included examination dates, notice release dates, and registration last dates.

According to UPSC Calendar 2023, the most popular exam conducted by UPSC, Civil Services Examination (CSE) Prelims 2023, was held on May 28, 2023, and its notification was available on its website from February 1st, 2023. UPSC exam date for mains-2023 was from 15th September 2023.

Aspirants, now eagerly wait for the announcement of the UPSC Final Result for the year 2023-24, which usually includes marks from mains and interview stages. These marks hold a lot of importance for individuals in their UPSC journey, as they act as milestones to structure their final ranks in the merit list.

Candidates who appeared for the interview can check their results at the official websites – upsc.gov.in and upsconline.nic.in

Criteria for Position and Rank in the Final Merit List

UPSC CSE exam is conducted in three stages – Prelims, Mains, and the Interview. While the UPSC CSE 2023 prelim exam was held on May 28, the CSE main UPSC exam was held for five days from September 15, 2023. Candidates who successfully cleared the Preliminary round were eligible to participate in the Mains examination, held on September 15, 16, 17, 23, and 24, 2023. The mains exam was conducted in two shifts, from 9 am to 12 pm and from 2 pm to 5 pm. The UPSC CSE Mains result was declared on December 8th. Candidates who cleared the mains were called for the interview round which was held between January 4 to April 9, 2024.

The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) conducts various examinations in India, including the Civil Services Examination (CSE), to recruit candidates for prestigious positions in the Indian Administrative Service (IAS), Indian Police Service (IPS), and other central services. The final merit list in the UPSC is prepared based on the following criteria:

Preliminary Examination: The CSE consists of two stages. The first stage is the Preliminary Examination, which is conducted to shortlist candidates for the Main Examination. The marks obtained in the Preliminary Examination are not considered for the final merit list.

Main Examination: The Main Examination is the second stage of the CSE and carries significant weightage in the final merit list. It consists of a written examination comprising nine papers, including two qualifying papers (English and an Indian language) and seven merit-based papers (Essay, General Studies I, II, III, IV, and two optional subjects).

Personality Test (Interview): Candidates who qualify for the Main Examination are called for the Personality Test, also known as the Interview. The interview assesses the candidate’s personality traits, communication skills, and overall suitability for a career in civil services. The Interview carries weightage in the final merit list.

Merit Calculation: The marks obtained by candidates in the Main Examination (written examination) and the Interview are considered for the final merit list. The weightage assigned to the Main Examination and the Interview is generally in the ratio of 7:3. However, the UPSC has the discretion to alter the weightage ratio if deemed necessary.

Final Merit List: The final merit list is based on the candidate’s cumulative performance in the Main Examination and the Interview. The marks obtained in the Main Examination are added to those obtained in the Interview, and a candidate’s rank is determined based on the total marks secured.

Outcomes of the UPSC CSE 2023-24 Result

The Commission seeks to fill 1,105 vacancies through the 2023 recruitment process. Candidates who score above the cut-off marks will be recruited to the Indian Administrative Service (IAS), Indian Foreign Service (IFS), Indian Police Service (IPS) and other central services and posts.

In the last two years, women have dominated the top positions with Ishita Kishore securing AIR 1, followed by Garima Lohia, Uma Harathi N, and Smriti Mishra in the 2022 results. A year before that, Shruti Sharma secured All India Rank 1 in the UPSC CSE 2021 exam. In the 2021 results too, all the top three positions were bagged by women – Ankita Aggarwal bagged AIR 2 and Chandigarh’s Gamini Singla 3.

The overall pass percentage of women has increased in the last few years. While the pass percentage remained constant at 24 percent in 2018 and 2019, it increased slightly to 29 percent in 2020 but dropped sharply by 3 points to 26 percent in 2021. However, in 2022 it jumped once again to 34 percent. Last year, one-third (320) of the 933 candidates recommended for appointment were women.

A Note from the Director’s Desk

The UPSC Civil Services Prelims Exam is extremely hard to crack and only a few dedicated and hard-working ones ace it. This uphill battle takes back-breaking work and persistence from one’s side. It is possible to make it happen if you decide and dedicate most of your time and efforts to it.

A firm commitment and persistent hard work uplift a person to places that are only dreamt of by others. If you have a dream, start working for it. Your preparation starts the minute you begin. Often, the small steps and not the giant leaps bring about ever-lasting changes. So, begin today, begin now!

The aspiration for UPSC exams can be very rightly expressed in the words of the Great Missile Man of India Dr. A. P. J. Abdul Kalam, “A dream is not what you experience in your sleep. A dream is that which does not let you sleep.”

Your dream can always become a reality once you start aiming for it in your awake state. Understand and get familiar with the syllabus. Brush up your basics with NCERT books. Your target should be your priority. Regularity and revision should become your rituals. It should be kept in mind that UPSC demands an analysis of a topic. It aims at evaluating your critical thinking and decisiveness.

Inspiration Study Circle, the best IASPCS coaching institute in Dehradun, stands with you in concocting the perfect recipe for your aspirations. Join now and conquer!

Adapt the “Read and Stay Updated” strategy.

Nisheeth Saxena

Inspiration Study Circle, Dehradun

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