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UPSC Steno 2022: Check Exam Result, Cut Off Marks & Score Card

September 8, 2022

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UPSC Steno Result and Cutoff marks

The result of the UPSC Steno/SO exam 2021 will release in the first week of January 2022. And the results can be checked on the UPSC’s official website www.upsc.gov.in. The recruitment exam for the UPSC Steno/SO will be commencing on December 11, 2021.

How to check UPSC Steno/SO exam results?

There are certain steps you need to follow to check the results of the UPSC Steno/SO exam:

  • Navigate to the official website of UPSC i.e. upsc.gov.in
  • On the home page, click on the ‘written result’ tab.
  • Click on the direct link given.
  • In a new tab, candidates can now check their results for UPSC SO/Steno 2021.
  • Download the merit list and check the status of selection.

UPSC Steno/SO cut off marks

The UPSC Steno/ SO cut-off is the minimum score that candidates need to secure at sectional and overall levels to qualify for the exam and become eligible for the next level of selection.

The cutoff for the exam in 2021 will depend on various factors such as:

  • Number of candidates appearing for the exam in the respective year
  • The difficulty level of the exam
  • Number of vacancies available for the respective positions
  • Previous year cutoff and many more

Previous year’s cut off marks

The UPSC Steno exam cut-off marks will be released once the exam results are out. Here is the previous year’s cut off marks:

 

Written exam cut off marks

Category    Cutoff Total Number of Candidates
General 141 2663
ST 100 1454
OBC 138 2485
SC 127 1419
VH 100 79
OH     100   369

Final Stage

Position Category
  ST SC General
I 175 185 227
II 234 229 274
III 229 261
IV 156 207 260
V 181 215
VI 218
VII 165

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Facts about UPSC Steno exam Result

  • The minimum qualifying mark for each paper/part and also the overall qualifying mark will be decided by the Union Public Service Commission. Candidates securing above this score decided by the commission will be considered for short listing from the written test.
  • The more you secure, the better will be your chances of getting shortlisted. From the written test, as many candidates already serving for the government positions might apply for this recruitment under LDCE. The commission reserves, the right to fix the qualifying marks for which different factors will be considered by the commission.
  • The commission will publish the category-wise merit list based on the merit secured by the candidates, the number of vacancies, preference stated by the candidate, and their eligibility conditions. In case, you get qualified based on your marks in more than a single category, your inclusion in a specific select list will rely on the category that becomes available based on the choice that you exercise at the appropriate time.
  • So, based on your merit and based on the vacancy position and other eligibility conditions, you will be placed in the suitable select list showing your preference as an important reason. In case, your name is included in the select list in a specific category, your name will not be considered for inclusion in other category lists based on your lower preferences.

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FAQ’s

Q. How to download the exam results for the UPSC Steno exam?

A. There are certain steps to follow to download the UPSC Steno exam results. They are:

  • Navigate to the official website of UPSC i.e. upsc.gov.in
  • On the home page, click on the ‘written result’ tab.
  • Click on the direct link given.
  • In a new tab, candidates can now check their results for UPSC SO/Steno 2021.
  • Download the merit list and check the status of selection.

Q. What are the factors influencing the cut-off marks?

  • Number of candidates appearing for the exam in the respective year
  • The difficulty level of the exam
  • Number of vacancies available for the respective positions
  • Previous year cutoff and many more

Q. What are the important facts about UPSC Steno cut-off marks?

A. Some important facts about UPSC Steno cut off marks are:

  • The minimum qualifying mark for each paper/part and also the overall qualifying mark will be decided by the Union Public Service Commission. Candidates securing above this score decided by the commission will be considered for short listing from the written test.
  • The more you secure, the better will be your chances of getting shortlisted. From the written test, as many candidates already serving for the government positions might apply for this recruitment under LDCE. The commission reserves, the right to fix the qualifying marks for which different factors will be considered by the commission.
  • The commission will publish the category-wise merit list based on the merit secured by the candidates, the number of vacancies, preference stated by the candidate, and their eligibility conditions. In case, you get qualified based on your marks in more than a single category. Your inclusion in a specific select list will rely on the category that becomes available based on the choice you make at the time.
  • So, based on your merit and based on the vacancy position and other eligibility conditions, you will be placed in the suitable select list showing your preference as an important reason. In case, your name is included in the select list in a specific category, your name will not be considered for inclusion in other category lists based on your lower preferences.

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