UPSC IAS & IFS Prelims Result 2015 – Union Public Services Commission (UPSC) declared the result for Civil Services Prelims Exam 2015 for recruitment of IAS & IFS. Civil Services Prelims Exam 2015 was conducted on 23 August 2015. UPSC conducted the prelims exam on 23 August 2015 in 71 cities across the country. As per sources, more than 4.6 lakh candidates appeared for both the papers (Paper-1 & Paper-2) which was held in morning and after-noon sessions. Now the IAS & IFS Prelims Result 2015 has been declared by the Commission.
The Civil Services Exam (Preliminary) Examination result has been declared on 12 October 2015 evening at the official website i.e. www.upsc.gov.in.
As per Commission notification, all the qualified successful candidates are advised to fill up the Detailed Application Form online for civil services (main) examination, to be held from December 18, 2015.
UPSC conducted the prelims on August 23 in 71 cities across the country. As per sources, more than 4.6 lakh candidates appeared for both the papers (Paper-1 & Paper-2) which was held in morning and after-noon sessions.
Large number of candidates appeared for IAS & IFS Prelims 2015 Exam. Now candidates who are waiting eagerly for their result can check the IAS & IFS Prelims Result 2015 at IBPS website www.upsc.gov.in. The direct link to download the Civil Services Prelims 2015 Result is also provided below.
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Union Public Service Commission (UPSC)
Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) is India’s central agency authorized to conduct the Civil Services Examination, Indian Forest Service examination, Engineering Services Examination, Combined Defence Services Examination, National Defence Academy Examination, Naval Academy Examination, Combined Medical Services Examination, Special Class Railway Apprentice, Indian Economic Service/Indian Statistical Service Examination, Combined Geoscientist and Geologist Examination, and Central Armed Police Forces(Assistant Commandant) Examination.
The agency’s charter is granted by the Constitution of India. Articles 315 to 323 of Part XIV of the constitution, titled as Services under the Union and the States, provide for a Public Service Commission for the Union and for each state. The examination is one of the toughest examinations in India with success rate of 0.1% – 0.3%.