UPSC Marksheet 2022: Download IAS Toppers Marksheet 2022, 2021, and 2020

By Aarna Tiwari|Updated : January 11th, 2023

UPSC Marksheet is released after the UPSC Exam (Prelims, Mains and Interview) for the respective year is conducted successfully. The UPSC Result and UPSC Cutoff are also declared along with the UPSC Topper Marksheets. UPSC Marksheet is released on the official website of the Commission. The UPSC conducts CSE for various central government posts under Group A and Group B Services.

This article will shed light on the UPSC Marksheet 2022, 2021, 2020 and 2019. We will also discuss the UPSC Topper Marksheet and which strategy is best suited to clear the UPSC Exam in the first attempt.

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UPSC Marksheet 2022

The UPSC Marksheet 2022 is not yet released. UPSC declares the final marksheet and the detailed UPSC Result after successfully conducting all three stages of the UPSC Exam. Candidates can go through the UPSC Notification to learn more about the latest dates regarding the UPSC Exam, including the vacancies and all. 

The UPSC Prelims and UPSC Mains 2022 Results are released on the UPSC website, with the roll numbers of the successful candidates appearing for the UPSC Mains 2022. Candidates can go through the UPSC Cutoff to get an idea about the tentative cutoff for 2022.

☛ UPSC Prelims Result 2022 PDF

☛ UPSC Mains Result 2022 PDF

How to Check UPSC Marksheet 2022?

UPSC releases the scorecard for both recommended and non-shortlisted candidates for the IAS Exam. Besides this, UPSC also releases marks for UPSC Prelims, Mains and Final Result separately on the portal.

To check the UPSC Marksheet, follow these steps:

  • Log in to the official website of UPSC.
  • Under the What’s New section, click on the link given for Civil Services Marksheet.
  • This will open a new page containing a list of results declared by UPSC.

List of Results Declared by UPSC

  • Click on the respective links for prelims and mains exams for the desired year.
  • A new tab with login details will appear. Candidates need to log in with their details sent by the UPSC. If the candidate has not registered, they can create the registration account on the spot. UPSC will send details within minutes after registering on the portal.

UPSC Prelims Marksheet

UPSC Mains Marksheet Login

  • Key in the required login credentials (roll no. and DOB) and submit.
  • Your mark sheet will be displayed on the screen for the required stage on the screen.
  • Download and take a printout for future reference.

UPSC 2021 Marksheet

UPSC released the final result for the Civil Services Examination 2021 along with the UPSC Marksheet 2021 on 30 May, 2022. Candidates who qualified for the UPSC Mains were called upon for the UPSC Interview, scheduled between 5 April, 2022 to 26 May, 2022. The UPSC Marksheet 2021 recommended total of 685 candidates against the total vacancies of 712.

According to the UPSC Marksheet 2021, the UPSC Topper 2021 was Shruti Sharma with an AIR 1. She secured 1105 marks out of a total of 2025 marks. 

Candidates can check the UPSC Exam Pattern to understand the marking scheme and the papers of the UPSC Exam.

☛ Check UPSC Marksheet 2021

UPSC Marksheet 2020

The UPSC Marksheet 2020 was released on 28 September, 2021, after the declaration of the UPSC Result on 24 September, 2021. The UPSC Topper 2020 was Shubham Kumar from Bihar, who secured an AIR 1 with a total of 1054 marks. Out of the total 796 vacancies, only 761 candidates were recommended to join the civil services

☛ UPSC Marksheet 2020

UPSC 2019 Marksheet 

UPSC Marksheet 2019 was released in October 2020. The UPSC Topper 2019 was Pradeep Singh from Haryana, who secured 1072 marks. The UPSC Vacancy notification for 2019 was 829, and 829 candidates were recommended.

UPSC 2019 Marksheet

UPSC Topper Marksheet

UPSC conducts the CSE exam annually to select eligible candidates for All India Services such as IAS, IPS, IFS, etc. Below we have compiled a list of the UPSC Toppers (Rank 01) over the last 5 years. 

S. No.

Year

Name of the IAS Topper

1

2021

Shruti Sharma

2

2020

Shubham Kumar

3

2019

Pradeep Singh

4

2018

Kanishk Kataria

5

2017

Anudeep Durishetty

☛  How to Crack UPSC in First Attempt

UPSC 2021 Marksheet: Shruti Sharma

Shruti Sharma had History as her Optional Subject. Applicants who also plan to opt for History optional can download the UPSC Syllabus to get an idea. Once done, candidates can refer to History Books for UPSC  to prepare for the subject.

Below is a detailed scorecard of Shruti Sharma’s marks in the UPSC Exam.

Shruti Sharma Marksheet

UPSC 2020 Marksheet: Shubham Kumar

Shubham Kumar secured an All India Rank 01 in the UPSC CSE 2020. He is an IIT graduate with Anthropology Optional in the UPSC Exam. Candidates looking to opt for Anthropology as their Optional Subject in UPSC must go through his UPSC Preparation Strategy. To prepare, candidates should go through the Anthropology Syllabus and read the Anthropology Books for UPSC. Following this, one can solve UPSC Previous Year Question Papers to understand the UPSC Exam Pattern in a better way.

Below is a detailed scorecard of Shubham Kumar’s marks in the UPSC Exam.

Shubham Kumar Marksheet

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UPSC Marksheet FAQs

  • UPSC Marksheet is a document or a PDF indicating the marks of the selected and not selected candidates in the UPSC Exam. The Commission releases a separate list for mark sheet of Prelims, Mains and Final UPSC Result.

  • The UPSC Marksheet 2022 is not yet released and will be declared after all three stages of the IAS Exam are conducted successfully for the notified year. To download the UPSC Marksheet for Prelims, Mains and Interview, one should visit the official website of UPSC.

  • To download the UPSC Marksheet for candidates who did not clear the UPSC Interview, one needs to first register on the official website of UPSC, following which UPSC will send the login credentials to your registered mail. After the login credentials are received, one can log in to the official website and see the marks. The latest UPSC Marksheet 2021 has been uploaded on the official website of UPSC.

  • The highest marks in the UPSC Exam was secured by Anudeep Durishetty, the UPSC topper in 2017. He scored 1126 (55.60%) out of 2025 marks. It is the highest mark obtained to date.

  • UPSC releases the consolidated UPSC Marksheet containing the marks of the UPSC Mains and Interview when it releases the UPSC result. For detailed information on each candidate, one needs to access their roll number along with the date of birth to login and see paper wise score obtained.

  • UPSC releases the official marksheet within a week of declaring the UPSC Results.

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