CDS (I) 2015- Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) shall be conducting Combined Defence Services Examination (I) 2015. Combined Defence Services Examination (I) is a competitive exam conducted for admissions to various courses including IMA Dehradun, INA Ezhimala, Air Force Academy Hyderabad and OTA Chennai.
CDS (I) 2015 is scheduled to be held on February 15, 2015.
Exam – Combined Defence Services (I)
Commonly known as – CDS (I) 2015
Exam Type – National
Exam Category – UG
Conducting Authority – UPSC
Exam Fees – Rs. 200
For any queries, doubts and suggestions, call CDS (I) 2015 Premium Helpline @ 011-40360360
CDS (I) 2015 Eligibility Criteria – Applicants should be considered eligible to appear in Combined Defence Services (CDS (I)) 2014, if they have passed Graduation (10+2+3 examination) or equivalent from a recognized institute.
Candidates need to note that the eligibility criteria for each course of CDS (I) shall differ from one other.
CDS (I) 2015 Application Form – The application form for CDS (I) 2015 are available from November 8 till December 12, 2014. Candidates applying for CDS (I) 2015 need to fill in the online application in two registration parts. While in Part I of registration, they need to fill in their essential details including name, father’s name, educational qualification, date of birth, etc, in the second part of registration, they have to upload their photograph and signature after depositing the application fee.
CDS (I) 2015 Online Application Form Link – http://www.upsconline.nic.in/mainmenu2.php
CDS (I) 2015 Admit Card – Candidates will be able to download CDS (I) 2015 Admit Card tentatively three weeks before the scheduled date of exam. Candidates will have take a print out of the admit card and carry it in the exam centre along with a proof of identity. No candidate shall be allowed to appear in the exam without a valid CDS (I) 2015 admit card.
CDS (I) 2015 Exam Pattern – Candidates appearing in CDS (I) 2015 Exam for IMA, INA and Air Force Academy will have three question papers comprising objective type questions of 100 marks each and those for OTA will have to appear for two papers of 10 marks each. The objective type questions shall cover three different papers including English, General Knowledge and Elementary Mathematics. OTA candidates will not have to appear for Elementary Mathematics paper. The questions will be in English medium.
Duration of the examination – 6 hours for IMA, INA and Air Force Academy and 4 hours for OTA (2 hours each for every paper)
Total marks for CDS (I) 2015 – 300 marks for IMA, INA and Air Force Academy and 200 marks for OTA
Marking Scheme – Negative Marking is applicable for every incorrect response. One-third (1/3) shall be deducted.
For IMA, INA and Air Force Academy –
For OTA –
CDS (I) 2015 Result – UPSC has declared CDS (I) 2015 Final Result for the successful candidates. The candidates who qualify CDS (I) 2015 are invited for Services Selection Board (SSB) Interview. The candidates who qualify CDS (I) 2015 SSB Interview are declared finally selected for CDS (I) 2015 various courses.
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The educational qualification for eligibility to Central defense service exam that is CDS exam is
The candidate should be graduate or appearing in the final year of the same is eligible to apply for CDS exam.
So if you are in final year of your graduation you can apply to this exam.
NDA and CDS have different similitudes however are not one in something very similar. NDA is for the 10+2 level, CDS is for graduation level. NDA test is for national guard institute and CDS is for IMA and OTA. The fundamental contrast is that CDS must be given by graduates. So coming to syllabus NDA has 10+2 level syllabus and CDS has graduation syllabus.
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If you start your journey in army after 12 as an soldiers you can't give CDSE. Ek bar army mai enter hone ke baad aap dhusri entry ke apply Nahi Kar shakte. Entries such as ACC no ki serving soldiers ke liye Hoti h after 2 year of job aap de shakte h. Aap ke Pas bhut se muke mille ge army mai Jane ke baad. Jisse aap officer ban shakte h.
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