UPSC topper Pradeep Singh scored 52.9% in Civil Services exam 2019, check marks of all candidates – education
UPSC civil services 2019 leader Pradeep Singh scored 52.9% or 1072 points on the exam. The first, who comes from Haryana, scored 158 out of 275 points on the personality test (interview) and 914 out of 1750 points on the UPSC written exam.
UPSC has publicly posted the scores of the candidates who ultimately passed the 2019 Civil Services Exam on its official website. The commission had declared the final results of the 2019 civil services exam on August 4. The qualifications of these candidates can be viewed on the commission’s official website at upsc.gov.in. A total of 829 candidates eventually passed the 2019 UPSC Civil Services Exam.
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UPSC conducts the civil servant hiring exam in three stages: preliminary, main, and interview. The preliminary exam is taken for a total of 400 points, which is a qualifying exam, while the written exam has 1750 points and the interview has 275 points. Since the preliminary examination is qualifying in nature, your grades are not counted when preparing the final list of merits.
The second leader, Jatin Kishore, scored 1063 points out of 2025 (52.49%). He obtained 185 points in the interview and 878 points in the written exam.
Pratibha Verma, who secured # 3 from All India and emerged as the best among the candidates, scored 1062 out of 2025 points. He obtained 193 points in the interview and 869 in the main exam. It obtained 52.44% ratings.
UPSC has also uploaded the score sheet for candidates who were unable to pass the exam. The score sheet for all candidates who appeared in the 2019 UPSC Preliminary and Main Exam can be downloaded from the official website at upsc.gov.in or via the direct links provided below.
Here are the direct links to download the 2019 UPSC score sheet: