UPSC Civil Service Main results for 2011: Cheers!   Leave a comment

For students who’ve been studying for the past year or more to gain entry into India’s prestigious Civil Services, the results for the Main exam are out. The Civil Service exam takes place in three parts, the Preliminary, the Main and the final Interview/Personality Tests. The selected candidates are chosen for Indian Administrative Service (IAS), Indian Foreign Service (IFS), Indian Police Service (IPS) and other Central Services (Group ‘A’ and Group ‘B’).

The most coveted service is the IAS. The entire process is conducted by the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC).

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The results are available on the UPSC website. You can view them by clicking here.

The candidates who have cleared the Mains Results are now eligible for the final round of the selection process, which is the Interview. The UPSC website has a list of the roll numbers of the successful candidates, who’ve cleared the Main. The Interviews will begin on 19 March at the UPSC office in New Delhi.

The press note also includes a list of numbers that students can call if they don’t receive details of their personality tests. These numbers are 011-23385271, 011-23381125, 011-23098543 or Fax Nos. 011-23387310, 011-23384472, said a press note.

The results of the Civil Services exams are the most eagerly awaited ones in the entire year as a large number of students prepare for these exams hoping to gain entry into what is still regarded as the number one job in the country.
Courtesy: Firstpost

Posted मार्च 5, 2012 by Visionary in BPSC MAINS

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