UPSC Result 2018 Declared
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The wait is finally over for the candidates who were eagerly waiting for the results of the Union Public Service Commission. UPSC released the results of its civil services main examination 2018 on Thursday on the official main website of UPSC which was held in the month of September 2018. Also, candidates can visit its official website of UPSC for the results.

Also, the one who has passed the examination will be having there Personality test round and Interview round from February 4, 2019, as by the official notice of UPSC. Also, the candidate who will be appearing for the Personality test or an interview round will have to download the admit card from the main website. Those candidates can download these from 8th January itself.

Also, there were a number of candidates who have not qualified for the exam and they will get their mark sheet from the official website just after the 15 days of final results, final results include the personality test or an interview round. UPSC has also said that the mark sheet will be there for just 30 days after publishing, that means not selected candidate will be having 30 days for downloading the mark sheet. The candidates who will be appearing after this will have to keep in mind that the UPSC test is always conducted in two stages, first will be the Preliminary (objective type) for the selection of candidates for the main examination whereas the second will be the Civil Services (Main) Examination (written and interview) which will be for selecting the candidates for various number of posts and services.
You can also check your result(UPSC main exam 2018) from the given link.

What is UPSC and when it was started?

According to Wikipedia, it is India’s premier central recruiting agency. Also, the Union Public Service Commission is responsible for appointments to and examinations for All India services and group A & group B of Central services. The UPSC has its headquarter located in Dholpur House which is located in New Delhi. Arvind Saxena is the present chairman of UPSC.
The main youth of UPSC was started in the year 1926 with the name of Public Service Commission which was later renamed as the Federal Public Service Commission by the Government of India Act, 1935. Whereas now it again renamed as Union Public Service Commission just after the Independence.


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