UPSC CSE 2022 Results are Out! Here is everything you need to know about the toppers…Watch Video: UPSC Official Cut-Off of Prelims 2022: Minimum Qualifying Marks required to crack Prelims 2022
The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has released the Civil Services 2022 exam results today May 23, 2023, on its official website. Girls have performed brilliantly in UPSC CSE 2022 Exam as top 4 ranks are bagged by women with Ishita Kishore securing (AIR 1) followed by Garima Lohia (AIR-2), Uma Harathi N (AIR-3) and Smriti Mishra (AIR-4).
Candidates who appeared for the Civil Services Main Examination 2022 can now check and download their results from the official website at upsc.gov.in.
In 2021 also, All the top three positions were secured by women, namely, Shruti Sharma (AIR-1), Ankita Agarwal (AIR-2) and Gamini Singla from Chandigarh has secured 3rd rank.
This year, after the rollback of IRTS to Civil Services 2022, the number of reported vacancies is increased to 1022, the highest in the last few years. Through UPSC CSE 2022 Exam, a total of 933 candidates have been recommended for appointment in various services. These candidates have been recommended for appointment to (i) Indian Administrative Service; (ii) Indian Foreign Service; (iii) Indian Police Service; and (iv) Central Services, Group ‘A’ and Group ‘B’.
178 are kept under the reserve list.
UPSC2022 Final Result-Candidates Shortlisted
No. of Candidates
UPSC Civil Service Toppers 2022
GAHANA NAVYA JAMES
WASEEM AHMAD BHAT
SHISHIR KUMAR SINGH
G. V. S. PAVANDATTA
SANKHE KASHMIRA KISHOR
The UPSC Civil Services exam is divided into three stages - the Preliminary exam, the Main exam, and the Personality Test or Interview round. As per the procedure, these candidates who have been shortlisted in the UPSC IAS Final Result 2022 have been selected by the commission after the personality test which is the last stage of the IAS selection process. To further check the list of UPSC IAS All India Rank Holders 2022, candidates can check out the the UPSC notification for Civil Services Final Result 2022.
UPSC Cut Off 2022-23 Out
UPSC Final Cut-Off Marks 2023 for UPSC 2022 Prelims, Mains, and Interview has been released officially. UPSC Cut Off marks are released category-wise for each stage separately. The UPSC Cut Off for Prelims Exam include marks for General Studies-I as the CSAT paper is only qualifying in nature. As UPSC Cut Off is released, we have updated the same here.
UPSC Prelims Cut-off marks are prepared on the basis of GS Paper-I only. GS Paper-II was of qualifying nature with 33% marks as per Rule-15 of Civil Services Examination, 2022.
UPSC Cut-Off 2022
UPSC Prelims Cut Off
UPSC Mains Cut Off
UPSC Final Cut Off
UPSC Topper- Ishita Kishore (AIR 1)
The girls have done it again, 6 in the Top 10 are girls. UPSC topper is Ishita Kishore (AIR-1), who is a DU student, she is an economics graduate. She has been an active sportsperson. She completed her graduation from SRCC, Delhi University. After this, she worked with E&Y (Ernst & Young) in risk advisory.
UPSC Topper- Garima Lohia (AIR 2)
Garima Lohia secured the second All-India Rank (AIR) in the UPSC Civil Services (Mains) Examination 2023. She hails from Bihar and she is a graduated in Commerce from Kirorimal College, University of Delhi.
UPSC Topper- Uma Harathi N (AIR 3)
Uma Harathi has secured the 3rd position in UPSC 2022. Harathi is a B.Tech in Civil Engineering from IIT-Hyderabad.
She passed the exam with Anthropology as her optional subject. After her studies, she briefly worked online for 6 months at Civil Services Coaching Institute. Uma has been to Japan to attend a Cultural Exchange Program for 15 days.
JV’s IAS wishes all its toppers the heartiest congratulations and best wishes for their careers in civil services ahead.
Those who have cracked it, many congratulations to all of you and your family and relatives. Those who could not do it this time, you have gained a lot from this preparation and it will take you forward in your UPSC journey. Don't lose hope, Storms make people stronger and it never lasts forever!