Begin typing your search above and press return to search.

UPSC 2021 Final Result Declared: Shruti Sharma Tops The List, Check Results Here

With the result, the list of UPSC toppers has also been declared. Shruti Sharma bagged the top position and has secured herself to be the IAS topper for 2021.

UPSC 2021 Final Result Declared: Shruti Sharma Tops The List, Check Results Here

Sentinel Digital Desk

NEW DELHI: Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has declared the final result for 2021 today. The final result has been uploaded on the UPSC's official website. The candidates who had cleared the exam can check their lists on the official website upsc.gov.in.

With the result, the list of UPSC toppers has also been declared. Shruti Sharma bagged the top position and has secured herself to be the IAS topper for 2021. All the top 4 positions have been secured by women this time.

In the previous year, Shubham Kumar from Bihar had secured the first IAS rank. The mark sheet of the candidates would be released soon on the official website.

685 candidates cleared through the mains and personality test. There were 749 vacancies out of which 180 have been recommended for IAS cadres, 37 for IFS, 200 IPS, 242 in the central group A services and 90 in the group B services.

Also, a list of 80 candidates has been prepared to provisionally recommend them, and their roll numbers are also provided in the list.

The result was announced today evening. UPSC notified 721 vacancies for the 2021 examination and the list of the candidates has been made available. The reserve list may also get released if needed.

How to check the UPSC 2022 result:

1. Visit the official site upsc.gov.in.

2. Click on 'Final result- civil services examination 2021' on the home page and the list with PDF will open up.

3. A new page with the PDF file will get open.

4. Scroll the page and find your name.

5. The PDF can also be downloaded.

The result was the outcome of 3 consecutive drenched stages, prelims, mains and interviews. In each stage, candidates were sorted out. In the recent exam held, 1800 candidate's interviews were scheduled.


Also Read: Assam: Rhino Poacher Attempts To Escape Custody, Shot By Police In Biswanath

Also Watch:


Next Story