Candidates must note that the UPSC 2023 exam took place on 28 May 2023 at various centres across the country. It is one of the most popular and toughest exams of India for which lakhs of students appear every year.
The UPSC 2023 Prelims result is out on 12 June 2023, as of which 14624 candidates are selected for the Mains 2023 examination.
UPSC Exam 2023 Latest Updates
- UPSC Mains 2023 Question Paper PDF
- UPSC Prelims 2023 Question Paper
- UPSC Prelims 2023 Answer Key
- UPSC Answer Key 2023 [All Sets]
- CSAT 2023 Question Paper
- UPSC Prelims 2023 Analysis
- UPSC 2023 Prelims Cut Off
- UPSC 2023 Admit Card
- UPSC CSAT Answer Key
- CSAT 2023 Analysis
UPSC Exam 2023 Overview
UPSC Civil Services Examination
Union Public Service Commission (UPSC)
Offline (Pen-Paper Mode)
No. of Vacancies
UPSC 2023 Vacancy - 1105
Vacancy 2022 - 1011
IAS Selection Process
The UPSC Recruitment is a three-stage test: Prelims, Mains, and Interview.
What is UPSC Exam?
UPSC CSE is a competitive exam conducted by Union Public Service Commission to select eligible candidates for all Group A & B posts in central government, such as IAS, IFS, IPS, IRS, and more. UPSC Full Form is Union Public Service Commission. The UPSC IAS Exam is conducted yearly for vacancies in three stages.
The Indian state has retained the civil service’s structure as was imparted by the British and envisioned achieving integrity and unity across the nation via this steel framework. Established in 1926, the civil service was revamped in the post-independence era. Sardar Patel advocated the adoption of All India Services in a newly independent India for the smooth functioning of the government.
Candidates who are eligible to appear for the UPSC 2023 Mains exam must begin their preparation in advance to improve their chances of clearing the exam with a good score. The competition has been increasing as every year passes. UPSC CSE 2023 saw millions of students as aspirants, having their crack at the coveted services. However, only a few hundred make it to the cut.
UPSC Exam Date 2023
The UPSC 2023 exam dates have been released by the commission in the official UPSC Calendar 2023. The announcement and official notification of the UPSC 2023 were released on 01 February 2023, and the UPSC prelims exam has been conducted on 28 May 2023.
The applicants must note the UPSC Exam Dates 2023 to avoid missing an important deadline and plan their preparation strategically.
UPSC 2023 Exam Schedule
As per the latest Calendar, below are all the important dates for UPSC 2023:
|UPSC 2023 Notification Release Date||01 February 2023|
|Application Release Date 2023||01 February 2023|
|Last Date to apply||21 February 2023|
|Admit Card release date 2023||08 May 2023|
|UPSC Prelims Exam Date 2023||28 May 2023|
|Result Date 2023 for Prelims||12 June 2023|
|Mains admit card date||to be announced|
|UPSC Mains 2023 Exam Date||15 September 2023 onwards|
|Result 2023 date for Mains Exam||to be announced|
|Interview Date||to be announced|
|Final Result date||to be announced|
UPSC Mains Exam Dates 2023 [To be released]
UPSC releases the detailed timetable of the UPSC Mains Exam. Below we will update the detailed timetable for the UPSC Mains exam.
UPSC Mains 2023 Date
Forenoon Session of UPSC Mains
9.00 A.M. to 12.00 Noon
2.00 P.M. to 5.00 P.M.
|15 September 2023|
|To be announced|
Paper-II General Studies-I
Paper-III General Studies-II
|To be announced|
Paper-IV General Studies-III
Paper-V General Studies-IV
|To be announced|
Paper-A Indian Language
|To be announced|
Paper-VI Optional Subject-Paper-1
Paper-VII Optional Subject-Paper-2
UPSC 2023 Prelims Result
The UPSC 2023 Prelims result is released on the official website on 12 June 2023, according to which 14624 candidates are qualified to appear for the Mains examination. The official cut off and answer keys will be released once the entire recruitment process is over.
Earlier, the Commission released the UPSC Final Result on its official website on 23rd May 2023. UPSC announces the CSE result after each stage. The final result is published by officials based on the marks obtained in both UPSC Mains and the personality test. Along with the result PDF, the toppers' list, cut-off marks for Prelims, and cadre allocation list will be out by the officials soon.
UPSC Notification 2023
UPSC Notification 2023 has been released on 01 February 2023 on the official website. Aspirants must download the UPSC notification PDF available in English and Hindi to understand the IAS exam better using the link mentioned below.
UPSC also releases the application form for the IAS prelims exam with the notification. The UPSC notification contains the following details: exam dates, application schedule, how to apply, application fee, eligibility, exam pattern, details about UPSC CSE posts and vacancy, syllabus for Prelims, Mains, and Optional subjects, Exam centre details, and other instructions relevant for the applicants.
UPSC Vacancy 2023
The UPSC exam vacancy 2023 is also published in the official notification. The number of vacancies scheduled to be filled through the UPSC 2023 Exam is 1105. Last year, the UPSC vacancy was 1011. Out of these vacancies, 37 seats are reserved for people with disabilities as shared below:
UPSC Vacancy 2023
Persons with Benchmark Disability Category
Blindness and Low Vision
Deaf and Hard of Hearing
After receiving a final number of vacancies from Cadre Controlling Authorities, the final number of vacancies may change.
UPSC Application Form 2023
The authorities released the application form for Prelims 2023 on 1st February 2023. Candidates who wish to appear for the UPSC 2023 exam must check their eligibility and fill up the UPSC application form 2023 before the last filling date. Candidates must complete all the necessary details before completing the IAS prelims form online. It is also important to note that the UPSC Exam form can only be filled out online.
Candidates looking for the opportunity in the UPSC Exam must note that the application form will be filled in two different stages.
- The UPSC Prelims application form was out from 01 to 21 February 2023.
- Candidates who qualify for the Prelims exam will then fill out the Mains Form 2023, also known as the Detailed Application Form.
Below you can find out the steps to apply online for the UPSC exam 2023.
How to Apply Online for UPSC Exam 2023?
Follow the steps mentioned below to complete the registration for UPSC Prelims Exam 2023.
- Step 1: Visit the official website of UPSC.
- Step 2: Go to the Civil Services Examination (CSE) section.
- Step 3: Click the "Apply" button to start your application process.
- Step 4: Fill in all the required details (Including Name, Father Name, Mother Name, Educational Qualification, etc.) and upload your latest photo and signature.
- Step 5: Check your application preview and "Submit" to complete your registration.
UPSC Application Fee
The candidates who are interested in applying for the UPSC 2023 exam will be charged Rs. 100/- as the application fee. Candidates belonging to SC/ST/PWD & Female candidates are exempted from paying the application fee.
- The application fee will be accepted via Visa/Master/RuPay Credit/ Debit card.
- The application fee can also be paid through the medium of the online net banking facility of the SBI, State Bank of India.
The total posts under UPSC are given below. The vacancy against each vacancy varies each year. The posts are allocated as per the last rank cutoff. To gain a better understanding, applicants must check the UPSC Rank Wise Post for the last few years.
- Indian Administrative Service
- Indian Foreign Service
- Indian Police Service
- Indian P & T Accounts & Finance Service, Group ‘A’
- Indian Audit and Accounts Service, Group ‘A’
- Indian Defence Accounts Service, Group ‘A’
- Indian Revenue Service (I.T.), Group ‘A’
- Indian Revenue Service Custom and Indirect Taxes Group ‘A’
- Indian Ordnance Factories Service, Group ‘A’ (Assistant Works Manager, Administration)
- Indian Postal Service, Group ‘A’
- Indian Civil Accounts Service, Group ‘A’
- Indian Railway Protection Force Service
- Indian Railway Traffic Service, Group ‘A’
- Indian Railway Accounts Service, Group 'A'
- Indian Railway Personnel Service, Group ‘A’
- Post of Assistant Security Commissioner in Railway Protection Force, Group ‘A’
- Indian Defence Estates Service, Group ‘A’
- Indian Information Service (Junior Grade), Group ‘A’
- Indian Trade Service, Group 'A’
- Indian Corporate Law Service, Group "A"
- Armed Forces Headquarters Civil Service, Group ‘B’ (Section Officer’s Grade)
- Delhi, Andaman & Nicobar Islands, Lakshadweep, Daman & Diu, and Dadra & Nagar Haveli Civil Service, Group 'B'
- Delhi, Andaman & Nicobar Islands, Lakshadweep, Daman & Diu, and Dadra & Nagar Haveli Police Service, Group 'B'
- Pondicherry Civil Service, Group 'B'
- Pondicherry Police Service, Group ‘B’
UPSC Exam: Posts List and Salary
The IAS Salary structure is as per the 7th pay commission. The UPSC officer salary in India includes various components such as DA, TA, HRA, and many more. The IAS salary in hand is approx. Rs.56,100 per month in the beginning. Apart from the salary, numerous perks come with the job.
- Indian Foreign Service Salary
- Indian Forest Service Officer Salary
- IPS Officer Salary
- IRS Officer Salary
Below is an overview of the UPSC IAS officer’s salary, and candidates appearing for the upcoming UPSC Exam must know about the updated salary structure.
UPSC Post List
Salary of UPSC IAS officer
Basic Pay (INR)
Junior or Lower Time Scale
ASP/SDM/ Asst. Commissioner
Senior Time Scale
ADM/Deputy Secretary/ Undersecretary
DM/ Joint Secretary/ Deputy Secretary
DM/ Special Secretary cum director/ Director
Divisional Commissioner/ Secretary Cum Commissioner/ Joint Secretary
Super Time Scale
Divisional Commissioner/ Principal Secretary/ Additional Secretary
Above Online Classroom Program Time Scale
Additional Chief Secretary
Cabinet Secretary Grade
Cabinet Secretary of India
UPSC Exam Eligibility
The candidates are recommended to check the UPSC eligibility criteria before applying for the UPSC exam 2023 to avoid disqualification at a later stage. The eligibility criteria include the age limit, nationality, and educational qualification. However, there is no limit on the graduation percentage. IAS eligibility for ex-servicemen includes age relaxation.
The complete detail about eligibility for the UPSC Exam 2023 is mentioned below. Aspirants who wish to take the UPSC exam in Hindi must go through the UPSC IAS Eligibility in Hindi. Also, check the IPS Eligibility for Males and Females and the detailed IPS Physical Eligibility if you opt for the police services.
Nationality for UPSC Exam 2023
The candidates who wish to appear in the UPSC Civil Services Exam 2023 should be a
- citizen of India or
- should be a citizen of Nepal or
- the subject of Bhutan or
- he/she must be Tibetan Refugee who migrated to India to settle permanently before January 01, 1962, or
- person of Indian origin who migrated from Sri Lanka, Myanmar, Pakistan, Tanzania, Ethiopia, Malawi, Uganda, Vietnam, Zambia, Kenya, and Zaire.
UPSC Exam Educational Qualification
The Educational Qualification for UPSC Exam states that the candidates applying for the Civil Services exam must have a graduation degree from a govt. recognized university. The educational qualification is not limited to any particular stream.
- Candidates pursuing graduation and waiting for their final results can also apply, but only on the condition that the result should be declared before filling out the application for the UPSC Mains 2023 exam.
- UPSC exam eligibility educational qualification percentage is not a criterion for the CSE exam.
UPSC 2023 Age Limit
UPSC has a predefined age limit for candidates who want to apply for the UPSC 2023 exam. Below we have mentioned the age limit for the Civil Services exam for different categories. The age limit must be calculated as of 01 August 2023. The Average Age of UPSC Selected Candidates is approximately 26.9.
UPSC Exam Age Limit
Age limit for General
Age limit for OBC
Age limit for SC/ST
Age Relaxation in UPSC 2023
The Commission has mentioned age relaxation for the few candidates applying for the UPSC 2023 exam. The age relaxation for the general category is not applicable. However, the relaxation for SC/ST, OBC, Defence Personnel, ex-servicemen, and others is mentioned below.
Age Relaxation in UPSC
Other backward classes (OBC)
Defense Services Personnel
Ex-servicemen, including Commissioned Officers and ECOs/SSCOs
Deaf, hard of hearing, low vision or blindness, ex-servicemen or candidates with any other locomotor disability or muscle deformity
How many Attempts for UPSC 2023?
UPSC has mentioned the number of attempts each candidate can take. The UPSC attempts for various categories are mentioned below:
Number of Attempts
Also, check the Number of Attempts for Ex-servicemen in UPSC.
UPSC Exam Centre List
The officials announce the Exam Centre for UPSC Exam every year on the official website. The complete list of the exam centres for the UPSC exam 2023 is announced with the notification. Applicants must select their preferred test centres through the application form-filling process. The Commission provides distinct UPSC Exam centres for the prelims and Mains stages. Applicants can also visit the official website to avail of the option of centre change for UPSC 2023.
UPSC Exam Center List 2023
List of Exam Centres for UPSC Prelims
Anantpur (Andhra Pradesh)
Gautam Buddh Nagar
List of Exam Centres for UPSC Mains
As the number of applicants in the UPSC Mains Exam is less, the number of exam centres is also less.
UPSC Exam Centres for Mains
UPSC Selection Process 2023
The selection process for UPSC civil services examination 2023 consists of three successive stages. The selection process for IAS and IPS remains the same, and the services are offered as per the ranks.
- Stage 1: Prelims Exam
- Stage 2: Mains Exam
- Stage 3: Interview or Personality Test
Note: To participate in the next stage, the candidate must qualify for each stage's cutoff marks. The UPSC Prelims Exam is qualifying in nature. Therefore, the final selection marks of Mains and Interview will be counted for the final list.
- The Prelims exam is objective and consists of two papers, GS paper 1 and CSAT.
- Whereas Mains Exam is a descriptive exam that includes compulsory papers, general studies papers, and optional subject papers.
- Candidates who pass the UPSC 2023 mains exam will be invited to take the personality test.
- The Civil Services personality test is the final and most important stage of the UPSC selection process.
- Candidates for the interview, held at the UPSC office in New Delhi, are called to appear in double the number of jobs.
UPSC Selection Process 2023
Nature of the exam
UPSC Prelims Exam
Qualifying Exam - Marks not Counted in final merit
Marks counted in the final merit
UPSC 2023 Exam Pattern
UPSC paper pattern for Prelims, Mains & Interview is shared below. It is paramount to be very clear about the UPSC exam pattern for all three stages. As it's a long exam cycle, aspirants must plan and prepare accordingly. The total number of questions asked in the Prelims exam is 400. The description of the same is as follows:
UPSC Prelims Exam Pattern
UPSC Prelims Exam consists of two papers, General Studies (GS) and Civil Services Aptitude Test (CSAT). Each Prelims paper is objective type, MCQ type questions.
- The Prelims paper will be provided in both English and Hindi.
- It is also important to note that the UPSC CSE Prelims exam has a negative marking of 1/3rd mark for every incorrect answer.
- Both GS Paper 1 and Paper 2 are conducted in one day.
- To qualify for the Mains, all applicants must take both the General Studies and CSAT tests.
Note: UPSC Prelims Paper 1 marks will be counted to determine the merit list, whereas the CSAT Paper 2 will be of qualifying in nature (33% marks required).
UPSC Prelims Exam
No. of Qs.
General Studies- Paper-1 (GS Paper 1)
General Studies- Paper-2 (CSAT)
UPSC Mains Exam Pattern
Candidates who clear the UPSC prelims exam 2023 by securing the cutoff marks will fill in the DAF and appear for the Mains examination. It is a descriptive type of exam, and the marks secured in the mains exam and interview marks determine your selection and merit rank.
The UPSC Mains Exam consists of two types: qualifying papers and merit.
- Papers A & B are of Qualifying in Nature (25%, i.e., 75 marks required), whereas marks of Papers 1 to 7 of the Mains exam will be counted to determine the final order of merit.
- Candidates must choose one UPSC optional subject for the Mains exam.
- Applicants must score a minimum of 25% on each paper to be considered for the final selection.
- Candidates will be asked to write their answers on the provided answer sheets. There will be no extra sheets provided.
Nature of paper
Type of Paper
Compulsory Indian language
UPSC Mains Paper 1
General Studies 1 (Indian Heritage and Culture, History, and Geography of the World and Society)
General Studies 2 (Governance, Constitution, Polity, Social Justice and International relations)
General Studies 3 (Technology, Economic Development, Biodiversity, Environment, Security
and Disaster Management)
General Studies 4 (Ethics, Integrity, and Aptitude)
Optional Paper 1 (Candidates may choose any one of the optional subjects)
Optional Paper 2
UPSC Interview 2023 - Personality Test
The UPSC Interview is the last and last stage of the selection process. The interview is worth 275 points, bringing the total number of possible points to 2025. Applicants who qualify for the Mains exam will be called for the IAS personality test 2023. Practice with the Top IAS Interview Questions with Answers to improve your chances of selection.
UPSC Exam Syllabus 2023
UPSC 2023 Syllabus is notified along with the official notification on the official website every year. The UPSC syllabus is available for download on the official website. Applicants must check the syllabus for both the Prelims and Mains Examination to better understand the exam.
It is important to understand it completely as the UPSC exam syllabus is vast, and to succeed in the examination; it is important to cover the entire syllabus smartly. Download the syllabus PDF for both Prelims and Mains in English and Hindi from the direct links below.
UPSC Prelims Syllabus
UPSC Syllabus for Prelims Examination includes the syllabus of General Studies Paper-1 and CSAT Paper-2. Download the IAS Prelims Syllabus PDF in English and Hindi using the link below.
UPSC Exam Syllabus for GS Paper 1
UPSC Syllabus for GS Paper 1 includes all General Studies subjects such as history, economics, geography, polity, etc., along with current events.
- Current events of national and international importance.
- History of India and Indian National Movement.
- Indian and World Geography - Physical, Social, and Economic Geography of India and the World.
- Indian Polity and Governance - Constitution, Political System, Panchayati Raj, Public Policy, Rights Issues, etc.
- Economic and Social Development - Sustainable Development, Poverty, Inclusion, Demographics, Social Sector Initiatives, etc.
- General issues on Environmental ecology, Bio-diversity, and Climate Change
- General Science.
UPSC Exam Syllabus for CSAT
UPSC CSAT Syllabus for the prelims exam is mentioned below. The syllabus includes general aptitude, English, reasoning, etc.
- Comprehension; Interpersonal skills, including communication skills
- Logical reasoning and analytical ability
- Decision-making and problem-solving
- General mental ability
- Basic numeracy (numbers and their relations, orders of magnitude, etc.) (Class X level)
- Data interpretation (charts, graphs, tables, data sufficiency, etc. — Class X level)
UPSC Mains Syllabus 2023
UPSC Syllabus for Mains Examination consists of GS papers and Optional papers syllabus.
Candidates can download the detailed UPSC Mains Syllabus and UPSC optional syllabus for each subject. Each applicant must choose one optional subject for the Mains exam and appear for two papers for the optional subject.
Essay (can be written in the medium of the candidate’s choice)
GS 1 Syllabus - (Indian Heritage & Culture, History & Geography of the World & Society)
GS 2 Syllabus -(Governance, Constitution, Polity, Social Justice & International Relations)
GS 3 Syllabus -(Technology, Economic Development, Biodiversity, Security & Disaster Management)
GS 4 Syllabus - (Ethics, Integrity & Aptitude)
Optional Subject – Paper 1
Optional Subject – Paper 2
UPSC Optional Subjects
The Commission allows each candidate to choose one optional subject for the UPSC Exam to appear in the mains exam. A total of 48 subjects are offered in the Optional Subject list to choose from. There are 25 subject-related optional subjects and 23 literature-related optional subjects. You can also download the optional subject syllabus to ensure that you are ready for your exam preparation. Aspirants can also refer to the expert strategy for choosing optional subjects for UPSC.
List of Optional Subjects for UPSC Exam 2023
Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Science
Commerce & Accountancy
Political Science & International Relations
Download UPSC Optional Subject Syllabus
Along with analyzing the syllabus of optional subjects, aspirants can also go through the Success Rate of Optional in UPSC to make an informed decision. As per the aspirants' feedback, check the Best Optional Subject for UPSC.
- Geology Syllabus for UPSC Exam
- Physics Syllabus for UPSC Exam
- Sociology Syllabus for UPSC Exam 2023
- Economics Syllabus for UPSC Exam
- Zoology Syllabus for UPSC Exam 2023
- Commerce & Accountancy Syllabus for UPSC Exam
- Anthropology Syllabus for UPSC Exam 2023
- Management Syllabus for UPSC Exam
- Philosophy Syllabus for UPSC Exam
- Electrical Engineering Syllabus for UPSC Exam
- Mathematics Syllabus for UPSC Exam 2023
- Public Administration Syllabus for UPSC Exam
- Statistics Syllabus for UPSC Exam
- Agriculture Syllabus for UPSC Exam 2023
- Law Syllabus for IAS Exam
- Medical Science Syllabus for UPSC Exam
- Political Science & International Relations Syllabus for IAS Exam
- Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Science Syllabus for UPSC Exam 2023
- Botany Syllabus for UPSC Exam
- Chemistry Syllabus for IAS Exam
- Mechanical Engineering Syllabus for UPSC Exam 2023
- History Syllabus for UPSC Exam
- Civil Engineering Syllabus for UPSC Exam
- Psychology Syllabus for UPSC Exam
How to Prepare for UPSC Exam 2023?
To kick-start your preparations and crack the UPSC exam, it becomes really important to have a smart strategy. We have shared some important tips by experts to prepare well for the Prelims 2023 exam.
Along with the exam strategy, it is crucial to follow a regular UPSC timetable for effective preparation. The candidates must have a well-structured timetable and strategy for the civil service examination, which can be formulated according to their convenience. If candidates wish to prepare for the UPSC exam at home, also go through Tips to Crack UPSC Exam without Coaching.
UPSC Mock Test 2023
The UPSC Mock Test will help you practice various questions prepared by our expert mentors to improve your strength and weakness to attempt the exam more accurately and confidently. Thus, practice the test series to solve various questions to score better in the exam without any hassle. Regular practice of UPSC 2023 mock tests will also ensure that you prevent negative marks and score the desired marks to clear the cutoff.
UPSC Exam Online Coaching 2023
To prepare online with expert guidance, you may opt for UPSC IAS online coaching at BYJU'S Exam Prep. The live classes are the best method to save time and prepare at your convenience. The UPSC IAS online coaching offers study material PDFs, several practice questions, and mock tests prepared by highly experienced educators to ease your preparation and help you score good marks in the exam.
UPSC Exam 2023 Practice Set
The UPSC topic wise previous year questions can be practised using the Practice Set. All the previous year's Prelims question papers can be solved as per your preparation needs. For best results, solve the UPSC practice set multiple times for better memorization and retention.
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UPSC Previous Years Question Papers
The question papers are the most reliable resource for understanding the exam pattern and weightage of different topics. Candidates must solve the UPSC previous year question paper to analyze the question trend and prepare accordingly.
The UPSC CSE Previous Year Question Paper also assesses your exam preparation and the improvement required to qualify. The UPSC prelims question papers must be solved as per the exam time limit for the best analysis and result.
The UPSC Mains question papers of all GS subjects and optional can be downloaded for preparation.
- UPSC Mains 2023 Question Paper
- UPSC Mains 2022 Question Paper
- UPSC Mains 2021 Question Paper
- UPSC Mains Question Papers 2020
Solving previous year's papers for the UPSC exam is one activity that aspirants shouldn't skip. Each paper provides valuable learning regarding the topics that must be covered and how many questions should be attempted in prelims and mains exam. After solving Mains question papers, also refer to How Many Questions to Attempt in UPSC Mains?
The following books can assist you with your preparations for one of the most competitive government exams in the country, the UPSC Exam 2023. If the aspirants are preparing for the UPSC CSE exam in Hindi, refer to the complete UPSC books in Hindi.
Find below the list of UPSC books for the Prelims Exam:
UPSC Exam Books
History of Modern India
History of Medieval India
India’s Struggle for Independence
India’s Ancient Past
Indian Polity for Civil Services Examinations
Indian Art and Culture (Culture)
Facets of Indian Culture
Certificate Physical and Human Geography
Goh Cheng Leong
UPSC CSAT Books
UPSC CSAT Books 2023 will allow you to clear the qualifying paper easily. A clear understanding of the concepts and regular practice will help you score good marks on CSAT Paper. Aspirants can also go through the detailed list of CSAT Books for UPSC to choose the ideal one suiting their needs.
Subject-wise UPSC Books
- Geography Book for UPSC Exam 2023
- Best IAS Geology Optional Books
- Gujarati Literature Books for UPSC
- History Books for UPSC
- International Relations Books for UPSC
- Kannada Literature Books for UPSC IAS
- Best Kashmiri Literature Books for UPSC Exam 2023
- Konkani Literature Books for UPSC
- Law Optional Books for UPSC
- Important Maithili Optional Books for UPSC
- UPSC Malayalam Optional Books
- Best Management Optional Books for UPSC
- UPSC Marathi Booklist PDF
- Maths Optional Books for UPSC
- Best Mechanical Engineering Books for UPSC
- Medical Science Optional Books for UPSC
- Old & New NCERT Books for UPSC Preparation
- Important Nepali Literature Books for UPSC Mains Exam
- Best Odia Literature Books for UPSC Mains 2023
- UPSC Philosophy Books
- Best Books for UPSC Physics Optional
- PSIR Optional Books for UPSC
- Best Indian Polity Books for UPSC Exam
- Best IAS Psychology Optional Books
- Public Administration Optional Books
- Punjabi Literature Books for UPSC
- UPSC Sanskrit Literature Optional Books for IAS Mains
- UPSC Santhali Literature Books
- Science and Technology Book for UPSC
- UPSC Sindhi Literature Optional Books PDF for IAS Mains
- Sociology Books for UPSC
- Best Books for UPSC Statistics Optional Subject
- UPSC Tamil Literature Optional Books
- Telugu Literature Optional Books for UPSC
- UPSC Civil Engineering Optional Books
- UPSC English Literature Optional Books for IAS Mains
- Hindi Literature Books for UPSC
- Best Urdu Literature Optional Books
- Zoology Optional Books for UPSC
UPSC Cut Off
Candidates preparing for the UPSC Exam 2023 must also go through the total marks and UPSC cut off to have a better understanding of the level of the exam and set a target score for the upcoming prelims exam. The cut off marks are the minimum qualifying marks to be secured by the candidate to reserve a seat at each stage. The UPSC Cutoff determines the final list of candidates selected for the post. Every year, Commission releases the official UPSC cut off on its official website which are tabulated below:
UPSC Cut Off 2021
UPSC Cut Off 2020
UPSC Cut Off Marks 2019
UPSC CSE Prelims
UPSC CSE Cutoff Marks 2018
Prelims 2018 Cut Off (Out of 200 Marks)
Main 2018 Cut Off (Out of 1750 Marks)
Final 2018 Cut Off (Out of 2075 Marks)
UPSC CSE Cutoff 2017
Prelims 2017 Cut Off (Out of 200 Marks)
Main 2017 Cut Off (Out of 1750 Marks)
Final 2017 Cut Off (Out of 2075 Marks)
UPSC Admit Card 2023
UPSC Prelims Admit Card 2023: The Commission has released the UPSC admit card on 8th May 2023. Candidates who successfully register for the Prelims exam can download the hall ticket from the official website. It is important to carry your admit card to the exam centre to attempt UPSC 2023.
UPSC Mains Admit Card 2023: The Commission will release the Mains admit card 2023 a few weeks before the exam, which can be downloaded from the official website. The UPSC Mains Exam 2023 is scheduled for 15th September 2023 onwards. Ensure you carry the admit card to the exam centre. Candidates who successfully qualify for the UPSC CSE Prelims Exam 2023 must fill out the DAF form and download the Mains e-admit Card from the official website.
In case of any discrepancy in the admit card, candidates must report to the examination authorities immediately.
How to Download UPSC Admit Card 2023?
Follow the below-mentioned steps to download the UPSC Admit Card 2023 from the official website.
- Visit the UPSC official website, https://www.upsc.gov.in/ or click on the UPSC admit card download link mentioned.
- Click on the "View all" tab under What's new.
- In the new window, click on "e - Admit Card: Civil Services (Prelims) Examination, 2023"
- A new window opens with the link to download the e-admit card.
- After clicking on the download link, read the detailed instruction and click on 'yes'.
- Enter your registration id or roll no to download the UPSC Admit Card 2023.