CDS (I) 2015 Exam Pattern – Exam Pattern of Combined Defence Services (CDS (I)) 2015 may aid candidates with an overview of the exam before appearing CDS (I) 2015. CDS (I) 2015 Exam Pattern may provide information about the proper pattern of the combined defense services exam including exam date, exam duration, number of questions, total allotted marks and marking scheme.
CDS (I) 2015 is scheduled to be held on February 15, 2015.
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Paper Pattern of CDS (I) 2015 – CDS (I) 2015 appearing candidates may check below for pattern of the exam for a better preparation and understanding of the exam.
Number of Questions – CDS (I) 2015 shall have a question paper of 200 Multiple Choice Questions (objective-type) dor those applying for Officer’s Training Academy and 300 MCQs for those applying for Indian Military Academy, Indian Naval Academy and Air Force Academy. While candidates applying for OTA need to appear for subjects including English and General Knowledge, those candidates who shall be applying for IMA, INA and Air Force Academy need to appear for three subjects including Elementary Mathematics, besides the two subjects.
Exam Duration – CDS (I) 2015 shall be held offline, where the exam shall be conducted for 6 hours in which 2 hours time duration will be allotted for every section for those who shall be applying for IMA, INA and Air Force Academy and those who shall be applying for OTA will be provided 4 hours time.
Marking Scheme – Candidates need to note that for every wrong answer marked, 1/3 of total scored marks shall be deducted under negative marking scheme of CDS (I) 2015.
Section wise distribution of questions in CDS (I) 2015 – CDS (I) 2015 Questions may cover the following sections with the allotted marks against each section.
Elementary Mathematics (Only for IMA, INA and Air Force Academy applicants)
4Hours for OTA and 6 Hours for INA, IMA and Air Force Academy
200 for OTA and 300 for INA, IMA and Air Force Academy
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see open university student who have completed their graduation in any discipline may appear in cds exam.
you have not mention your graduation course or stream. if you dont belongs to bachelor in electrical engineering or bachelor courses in physics or mathematics you may apply for below mention post,
Indian Military Academy
Officers’ Training Academy (OTA)
Officers’ Training Academy (SSC Women Non-Technical Course)
Here are the eligibility criteria for CDS exam
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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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