The Union Public Service Commission of India on Tuesday announced the results for UPSC civil services exams 2019 on its official website I.e., upsc.gov.in. Among the 829 candidates who cleared the UPSC civil services exam 2019, over 197 are women candidates. Over 29.7 percent of women out of the total number of candidates cleared the UPSC exam 2019.
The official data of passed candidates shows that out of the total of 829 candidates who got selected for Indian Foreign Service (IFS), Indian Administrative Service (IAS) and Indian Police Service (IPS) through the UPSC exam 2019, 197 are women while 632 are men.
UPSC in an official press release said that the marks of the UPSC civil services exams 2019 will be made available on the official website. The results will be uploaded after 15 days of declaration of results.
As of now the results of 15 candidates are kept on hold. The candidates are advised to regularly check the official website for the latest notifications and updates.
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Out of the 829 candidates who cleared the exam, 304 candidates belongs to general category. Whereas 78 candidates belong to the economically weaker section (EWS), over 251 candidates are from other backward classes (OBC). While 129 and 67 candidates are from Scheduled caste (SC) and scheduled tribes (ST) as per reports. So, 182 additional candidates have been restrained under the reserved category.
A total of 927 vacancies have been announced by the government of India through the UPSC civil service exam 2019.
UPSC Topper for 2019
IRS officer Pradeep Singh who is from Sonipat has topped the civil services exam 2019. Pradeep Singh is the son of the retired sarpanch of Haryana. Furthermore, the third rank is held by Pratibha Verma who has topped among the female candidates of the civil services exam 2019.
Statistics of Last Years Qualified Candidates
In the previous year, over 759 candidates cracked the civil service exam 2018. Out of the total number of qualified candidates in 2018, 577 were men while 182 were women. So the percentage of qualified women out of the successful candidate was 23.9 percent.
The personality test (PT) for over 623 candidates was conducted by the commission from July 20-30. All the candidates were provided with sealed kits which consisted of a face shield, face masks, hand gloves, and a bottle of sanitizer.