CDS (I) 2015 Important Dates may provide you an overview of Combined Defence Services Exam 2015 schedule. Candidates appearing for CDS I 2015 may find here important events of CDS I 2015 along with the scheduled dates.
Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) will be conducting CDS I 2015 on February 15, 2015. Combined Defence Services (I) Exam 2015 shall be conducted in 41 cities across India. Scroll below to know the complete exam schedule of CDS (I) 2015.
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Combined Defence Services Exam 2015 Date Schedule – Candidates appearing for CDS (I) 2015 may find important events of the exam along with the scheduled dates.
With CDS (I) 2015 Important Dates, you can have a better track of the exam schedule and avoid missing any event of CDS (I) 2015.
CDS (I) 2015 Important Dates – Check below to find the important events of CDS (I) 2015 along with the scheduled dates.
Combined Defence Services Exam 2015 Events
Registration opens for CDS (I)
November 8, 2014
CDS (I) Online Applications Closes
December 5, 2014
Issue of CDS (I) Admit Card
By December 29, 2014
Combined Defence Services Exam (CDS (I))
February 15, 2014
CDS (I) Result
Tentatively one month after commencement of exam
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The minimum eligibility criteria for appearing the paper of CDS exam 2020 as per the rules of UPSC are that-
1. The person should have age ranging from 19 to 24 years
2. The person must be a citizen of India
3. The person must have completed his graduation.
So, the percentage of 12th doesn't matters. The only thing is that you should satisfy the above minimum requirements.
For more details about CDS exam, you may visit the link given below:
Best wishes for your future.
dear krishna ,
yes, b.com students can apply for combined defence service. the eligibility for cds ota-Degree of a recognised university or equivalent.In market you found many books of cds preparation but in my opening you can prefer cds pathfinder of arihant .but before going to book you must know about the pattern of the exam by seeing the previous year papers.
if you want to more information then you can go through the below link
but remember after qualifying exam you have to face the ssb interview which includes physical fitness test as well as Personality cum Psychometric tests and Intelligence interview.
CDS (Combined defense service) has need graduation. It is not depend on 12th marks.
There are educational eligibility for CDS (Combined defense service)as:-
•Indian Military Academy (IMA) and Officers’ Training Academy - A candidate should be degree from any recognised board.
•Indian Naval Academy (INA): A candidate should have Degree in Engineering from a recognized university.
•Air Force Academy: A candidate should have Degree of a recognized University (with Physics and Mathematics at 10+2 level) or Bachelor of Engineering.
You can kindly check below mentioned link for CDS:-
There are educational eligibility for AFCAT (Air Force Common Admission Test) exam as:-
•A candidate should be passed 12th or equivalent exam in maths and physics with 60% Score. (Flying branch and ground duty(technical).
•A candidate should have minimum bachelor degree from any recognised college/educational board.
You can kindly check below mentioned link for Afcat exam eligibility:-
Hope! This helps.
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