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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yes you can apply for CDS exam even if you have spectacles however you will not be able to get into the air force and flying department because of your spectacles.
you could however go for logistics and administration even if you have your spectacles.
Hope this helps. Thank you.
Yes, you are eligible for appearing for cds ota & afa.
I hope this clears you doubt.
As per the latest eligibility criteria of CDS 2020, the candidates between 20 to 24 years are eligible to give this exam.
You are 26 now which means you are above 24 years of age now, so you are not eligible for the respective exam in each and every course ranging from IMA to OTA.
You can go for Indian Army recruitments now.
Feel free to ask doubts in the Comment Section.
You may refer to this
for more information about CDS 2020 Eligibility criteria.
I hope this information helps you.
You are talking about types of rejections in Services Selection Board (SSB).
Temporary rejections are those which can be cured/treated. Example: Extra Weight.
Permanent rejections are faced due to problems that cannot be cured. Example: Extra Leg Length for Fighter Pilots.
There are several tests inside the medicals. Some basic temporary rejections include: Knocked Knee, Over Weight, Wax in Ears, Kidney Stones, Appendix.
Some of these require surgery or doctor consultation. While problems like over weight can be set right with healthy diet and exercise. Knocked Knee can be cured by putting a pillow between your knees and standing for 20-30 secs daily.
Hope this helps.
Aspirants submit their CDS online application form before the last date. but before fill form you should need to check your eligibility for CDS Entrance exam. here we are talking about CDS physical standards and CDS medical fitness both. Check all information regarding “CDS Physical eligibility” below.
PHYSICAL STANDARD FOR UPSC CDS EXAM –
General physical and mental standards are very important points to consider before apply for UPSC CDS Exam. here you find physical requirements for CDS and what type of physical fitness required for CDS check below.
MEDICAL ELIGIBILITY FOR CDS
CDS Medical examination is also a important part of CDS exam eligibility. Here are many CDS physical conditions in medical examination. check it
EYESIGHT ELIGIBILITY FOR CDS EXAM
Most of the students ask this question that What is eyesight criteria for CDS ? CDSphysical test also covers your eyesight conditions. and vision standard for naval and Air force different from this which also mention below. Eyesight for CDS Exam –
Vision standard for Male Candidates
Vision standard for Female Candidates
Vision standard for Naval
Uncorrected without glass 6/12
corrected with glass 6/6
Limits of Myopia -1.5
Limits of Hypermetropia +1.5
Binocular vision III
Limits of colour perception I
Vision standard for Air Force
Limits of Myopia -0.75D
Limits of Hypermetropia +1.5D
Teeth , Ear, Nose and Throat Conditions
– CDS Physical Qualification also covers your conditions of teeth , ear Nose , Throat etc. Check the standards given below.
Height and weight standards
CDS Exam physical eligibility test also includes one major point is aspirant height. Here is a table for height required for CDS Exam for male and female candidates with weight parameters check it.
*45 for Navy @ 47 for Navy A ± 10% ( for Navy ) departure from the average weight given in the table above is to be considered within normal limit. However, in individuals with heavy bones and broad built as well as individuals with thin built but otherwise healthy this may be relaxed to some extent on merit.
The acceptable weight for Air Force candidates will be ± 10% of the average weight given above.
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