UPSC IAS Prelims 2023 Result Declared.

The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has declared the results for the Civil Services Preliminary Examination 2023. The result was declared on the 12th of June, 2023, following the examination that was conducted on the 28th of May, 2023. The results have brought an end to the anticipatory wait of the candidates who appeared for the UPSC IAS Prelims Exam 2023.

Overview of the UPSC Prelims 2023

The UPSC Prelims 2023, a qualifying stage for the Mains examination, was held on the 28th of May, 2023. The results were declared on the 12th of June, 2023. The Mains examination is scheduled to be held on the 15th of September, 2023. The UPSC Prelims 2023 was conducted for a total of 1225 vacancies for various services including the Indian Administrative Service, Indian Foreign Service, Indian Police Service, and Central Services, Group ‘A’ and Group ‘B’.

Certainly, Key details of the UPSC Prelims 2023:

Organizing BodyUnion Public Services Commission
Exam NameCivil Services Exam
Total Vacancies1225
Application Dates1 to 21 February 2023
Application ModeOnline
Selection ProcessPrelims, Mains, and Interview
Prelims Exam Date28 May 2023
Prelims Exam ModeOffline
Prelims Admit Card ReleaseMay 2023
Prelims Result Date12 June 2023
Number of Candidates Qualified for Mains14624
Mains Exam Date15 September 2023

How to Check the UPSC Prelims Result 2023

Candidates can check their results by visiting the official website of UPSC at and They need to scroll down the page and look into the “What’s New” section. Clicking on “Written Result – Civil Services (Preliminary) Examinations, 2023” will open a new page with the UPSC Prelims Result 2023 with the Roll Numbers of the qualifying candidates for the Mains Round. Candidates can search for their Roll Number with the “Ctrl+F” shortcut. If their roll number appears in the list, they are eligible to appear in the Mains Exam.

DAF for IAS Mains Exam 2023

A total of 14624 UPSC aspirants have been shortlisted to appear for the UPSC CSE Mains Exam 2023, and 1958 candidates for the IFS Mains Exam 2023. The selection process begins with the Prelims Exam followed by the Mains and Interview. The candidates’ performance in the UPSC CSE Prelims Examination 2023 determined their eligibility for the UPSC Mains Examination. The results for both the CSE and IFS services have been uploaded in PDF format with the roll numbers and names of the candidates shortlisted for the CSE Mains exam.

Candidates who qualified the prelims are required to fill out the Detailed Application Form (DAF). This form is crucial as it provides the UPSC with the necessary details about the candidate’s educational qualifications, service preferences, and other relevant details. It is only after the successful submission of the DAF that the candidates will be allowed to appear for the Mains examination. Therefore, it is of utmost importance that the candidates fill out the DAF accurately and in a timely manner to ensure their continued participation in the Civil Services Examination process.

Cut-Off Marks

The cut-off marks of the Civil Service Prelims Examination will be uploaded on the Commission’s website i.e. along with the UPSC Final Result 2023. The UPSC 2022 Cut off for prelims, mains, and interviews has been tabulated in the source articles. The cut-off marks are prepared considering certain factors like the number of candidates who appeared in the examination and the difficulty level of the examination.


The declaration of the UPSC Prelims Result 2023 marks a significant milestone in the journey of civil service aspirants. The successful candidates will now prepare for the Mains examination, which is the next hurdle in their path. The UPSC examination process is a rigorous one, testing the mettle of the candidates at each stage. The candidates who have been successful in the Prelims should now focus on the Mains examination, keeping in mind the standards and expectations of the UPSC. The journey is long and arduous, but the reward at the end is a fulfilling career in the civil services of the country.

Siddharth Singh

Siddharth worked in Educational Field for the last 5 years. He appeared two times in the civil services mains and once in the personality test.

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