UPSC CSE 2021 Interview Schedule: Schedule Released, See Here Which Role Number Will Be Interviewed

UPSC CSE 2021 interview schedule: Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has released the Personality Test/Interview Schedule for the candidates who passed the Civil Services (Main) Exam 2021. The interviews will take place from April 5 to May 26.

The shortlisted candidates for the personality test can check the schedule on the Union Public Service Commission UPSC official website at A total of 1,823 candidates have been nominated for a personality test (interview) for selection into the Indian Administrative Service, the Indian Foreign Service, the Indian Police Service and other central services (Group ‘A’ and Group ‘B’).

The main exam was conducted on January 7, 8, 9, 15 and 16, 2022 at various exam centers across the country.

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– Here candidates can directly check result with name

On 17 March, the committee announced the results of the Government Services (Main) Investigation, 2021. The personality test (interview) of the shortlisted candidates will be conducted from April 5 to May 26. The Personality Test e-subpoena letters will be available shortly on the Commission’s website or

UPSC Mains Result 2021: Download Result

Step 1- First, visit the official website. Go to

Step 2- Click on the link “Written result – Main Investigation Government Service, 2021” appeared on the homepage.

Step 3- The result is right in front of you.

Step 4-Find your roll number.

Now that the Mains result is out, candidates are required to complete and submit the Detailed Application Form (DAF).

The submission of DAF-II (online mode only) is mandatory and if a candidate does not submit DAF-II online within the deadline, his/her application will be canceled and no request in this regard will be considered.


Let us tell you, the UPSC CSE Prelims exam was conducted on October 10, 2021 and the result was announced on October 29, 2021. According to UPSC Civil Services Notification 2021, a total of 712 vacancies for the Indian Administrative Service, the Indian Foreign Service, the Indian Police and other central services are filled through this recruitment exam.

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