Cut-Off marks for Civil Services Examination 2015 released by UPSC
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Cut-Off marks for Civil Services Examination 2015 released by UPSC

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On 11th May 2015, UPSC announced the minimum qualifying marks for Civil Services Examination 2015.


UPSC has announced the Cut-Off for Civil Service Examination 2015.

It clearly gives an idea about the minimum qualifying standards (marks)/ marks secured by the candidate in various categories at various stages of examination.

The Cut-off for final selection in Civil Services Examination 2015 is 877 marks for General category of candidates.

Exam

General

OBC

SC

ST

PH-1

PH-2

PH-3

CS Prelims

107.34

106

94

91.34

90.66

76.66

40

CS Mains #

676

630

622

617

580

627

504

CS Final

877

834

810

801

802

830

697

 

# Subject to 10% marks in each of the seven competitive papers i.e. Essay, GS 1, GS 2, GS 3, GS 4, Optional‐I and Optional‐II.

 




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