UPSC CSE prelims 2022 results declared on; know how to check online

UPSC CSE prelims 2022 results for 13,090 candidates. Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to check the result online.

| Updated on: Aug 22 2022, 13:07 IST
UPSC CSE 2022 results announced!
UPSC CSE 2022 results announced! (Ishant )
UPSC CSE 2022 results announced!
UPSC CSE 2022 results announced! (Ishant )

The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has declared the UPSC CSE 2022 results on its official website The exam was held on June 5 and at multiple centers across the country. As many as 11.52 lakh examinees had appeared for the UPSC CSE 2022 exam out of which 13,090 candidates have qualified. Those who appeared for the exam can check their result by using their roll numbers. Do note that the UPSC CSE 2022 prelims results only have roll number and name of the candidates who have qualified this exam. The score, cut-off marks and answer keys to this year's exam will be uploaded on UPSC website only after the final result is declared. Here's how you can check your UPSC CSE Prelims result 2022.

UPSC CSE Prelims Result 2022: How to check online

10 Minutes
  • Smartphone
  • Laptop
  • Updated browser
  • Internet
Step 1:

Visit the official website of UPSC at

Step 2:

On the homepage look for the UPSC CSE prelims result 2022 link under the notification tab.

Step 3:

Tap on the result PDF. You’ll be redirected to a new page where the UPSC CSE prelims result will be opened.

Step 4:

Search for your roll number in the UPSC CSE qualified candidates’ list. 

Those who have made it through the UPSC CSE prelims will be required to fill up the UPSC CSE Mains application. The details regarding the UPSC CSE 2022 mains exam will be released soon on the official portal. “The dates and important instructions for filling up the DAF-I and its submission will be announced in due course of time on the website of the commission," reads the official statement. The civil services examination is conducted every year to select suitable candidates for the Indian Administrative Service (IAS), Indian Foreign Service (IFS) and Indian Police Service (IPS), and other allied services.

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First Published Date: 22 Jun, 20:29 IST