The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has already declared the results of combined Geo-Scientist and Geologist examinations for the preliminary stage. Candidates can check out their results from the official site, i.e., upsc.gov.in.
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Accordingly, the results for the main and final stage exams are also out on the website. The shortlisted candidates have been scheduled an appointment based on the vacancies in various departments.
Candidates can check for the Geologist Results 2020 on the official website of UPSC. You can also download the pdf file by following the steps below:
Also, candidates who haven't cleared their written examination round can also check out their marks on the official site after the release of the final result.
The examinations events for the UPSC combined Geologist and Geoscientist exams happen one after another in a step-by-step manner. Similarly, the results for each examination round are released soon after the events. So, at the preliminary stage, once you clear the written exams, candidates must prepare for the next round.
Fill the Detailed Admission Form with accurate details for the next step. For the next round, i.e., the personal interview rounds, candidates are supposed to carry the following documents as per the details formed in the Admission Form.
After the Personal Interview rounds, once the final results are out on the site, check if your name appears on the list. If yes, then congratulations, you have been selected for the specific job post you have applied for.
However, if a candidate cannot make it to the personal interview rounds, they must wait until the final result declaration to check their marks in the written examination.
Union Public Service Commission releases the cut-off marks, particularly after the UPSC Geologist and Geoscientist exams. The cut-off is basically the minimum marks required by individuals to pass the test and get selected for the next round. These are again based on different categories, like any other competitive exams, as per the reservation system of the Government of India.
The cut-offs for the preliminary written exams are published separately. And those for the personal interview rounds are declared after the second round and are the final cut-off for a further selection of the candidates. Here are the cut-offs for the UPSC Combined Geologist and Geoscientist Examination from the last year.
The cut-offs for the UPSC Combined Geologist and Geoscientist examinations vary from time to time. The major factors for creating such variations are mentioned below:
The more the number of candidates applying for the same post will increase the level of competition. This will gradually make an increase in the cut-off marks, too.
A little depends on the last year's cut-off marks since the Commission refers to it before deciding a fair cut-off for the current year.
More vacancies result in a lesser competitive cut-off. However, if the availability of the seats is very limited compared to the number of appearing candidates, the cut-off again experiences a hike.
The difficulty of the question is a major factor in deciding the cut-off. If the maximum number of questions is considered being difficult, the cut-off marks will experience a severe drop.
As estimated by the Government Exam experts, the cut-off marks for the UPSC Combined Geoscientist exams for both preliminary and final stage can be foretold.
The cut-off marks mentioned below are predictions by the experts for the 2020 exams, which the appearing candidates can refer to set an aim for.
However, note that these a just an estimation, and the actual cut-offs might vary according to different categories for both stages.
The Combined Geoscientist Exam organised by the Union Public Service Commission is a path through which deserving candidates are selected for Government jobs as per their capability. The preliminary exam for UPSC Geologist and Geoscientists was held on 19 Jan 2020. The dates for the final rounds are yet to be announced. The selected candidates in the final stage will be allocated to different vacancies based on the job roles they applied for.
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*The article might have information for the previous academic years, please refer the official website of the exam.