Total 3308 candidates qualified the UPSC Civil Services (Mains) Examination, 2014

The results of Civil Services (Main) Examination, 2014 were declared on April 12, 2015 by the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC).

Thousands of students appeared in the prestigious civil services (main) examination held starting December 14 till 20, 2014. A total of 3308 candidates qualified the Civil Services (Main) Examination, 2014. The examination was held by the Union Public Service Commission.

A list carrying roll numbers of successful candidates have been put up on the UPSC websitewww.upsc.gov.in. The results have been declared, but still the review decision stands pending on reservation for Jat candidates in the Supreme Court (SC).

The result of one candidate roll no. 542075 has been kept withheld subject to the outcome of the court case.  

The Commission had earlier delayed the results for the exams, after the Supreme Court struck down reservations for Jat candidates. It had asked for an opinion from the Department of Personnel and Training, that told UPSC to go with the SC order and decide for itself on what needs to be done.

In March 2015, the Supreme Court had set aside the Centre’s notification to extend the benefit of reservations to the candidates belonging to Jat community. The National Backward Classes Commission had refused to give reservation to the Jats in the OBC category in its earlier recommendations

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