CDS 2 Application Form 2024 (Out): Form Correction Link Activated

Combined Defence Services Exam 2024 ( CDS )

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Shikha Goyal

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Updated on Jul 3, 2024 12:16 IST

CDS Application Form 2024: The Union Public Service Commission (UPSCactivated the application correction window for the CDS 2 exam on June 5, 2024. The candidate could modify the CDS 2 application form till June 11, 2024. Earlier, the UPSC released the application form for the CDS 2 exam on May 15, 2024. The application window was activated along with the release of the CDS 2 exam from May 15 to June 4, 2024. The CDS 2 exam is scheduled for September 1, 2024. 

The candidates willing to appear for the CDS 2 2024 exam must know the CDS 2 Dates so that they do not miss any event related to the exam. For this, the candidates are advised to regularly visit the UPSC CDS website-upsc.gov.in.  

CDS exam is conducted for the selection of candidates for admission to Indian Military Academy, Dehradun, Air Force Academy, Hyderabad, Indian Naval Academy, Ezhimala, and Officers Training Academy, Chennai courses. Candidates who wish to apply for CDS 2 2024 must check the eligibility criteria to ensure that they are eligible for the exam.

Q:   What are the exam dates for CDS 2024 exam?

A:

The Union Public Service Commission released the exam calendar for the year 2024 on May 10, 2023. According to the UPSC CDS calendar the CDS 1 application form and the notification was released on December 20. 2023 and continued till January 9, 2024. The CDS 1 exam will be conducted on April 21, 2024. On the other hand the CDS 2 exam application and notification will be released on May 15, 2024. The application form will remain active till June 4, 2024. However, the exam for the CDS 2 2024 will be conducted on September 1, 2024.

The candidates must be aware that these dates are released by UPSC through exam calendar. There are slight chances that the exam dates get changed due to any circumstance. However, the candidates must prepare for the CDS exams according to these exam dates.

 

Q:   Who is eligible to take the CDS exam?

A:

The minimum age limit for applying CDS exam is 19 years. Candidates must be graduate or appearing in the final year. B.Tech and BE candidates can apply for IMA, INA and AFA. The age limit criteria for CDS exam have been given below for the candidates:

Indian Naval Academy: 19 to 22 years

Air Force Academy: 19 years to 23 years

Indian Military Academy: 19 to 24 years

Officers Training Academy (SSC Women Non Technical Course): 19 to 25 years 

Officers Training Academy (SSC Course for Men): 19 to 25 years

The candidates must note that if they don't fulfill the age limit and educational qualification criteria will not be able to appear in the CDS exam. 

 

Q:   What is the application fee for the CDS exam?

A:
The application fee for the Combined Defence Services CDS exam varies depending on the category and gender of the candidate. The application fee for CDS exam has been given below: a) For candidates belonging to the General category and male candidates of the OBC category: Rs. 200/- b) For female candidates and candidates belonging to the SC/ST categories: No fee It's important to note that these fees are subject to change, and the applicants should always check the official website of the Union Public Service Commission UPSC for the latest information on application fees.
 

Q:   When will the CDS 2 application be released?

A:

The Combined Defence Services (CDS) application form was released on the official website on May 15, 2024. The candidates can able to apply for the CDS 2 exam from May 15, 2024 to June 4, 2024. The candidates can apply for the exam by following the steps given below:

  • Go to the official website- upsconline.nic.in
  • Login into the account on the OTR platform (The registration process for OTR has given above)
  • Fill out the details that have been asked for part 1 registration
  • Upload the photograph, signature and photo identity proof 
  • Make the application fees
  • Choose the exam centre for the CDS 2 exam 
  • Finally, submit the application form 
  • The confirmation message will be sent to the registered mobile number and email id

 

 

CDS Application Form 2024: UPSC OTR

UPSC introduced the One Time Registration (OTR) platform for the candidates to fill out the application form for any exam under UPSC. The OTR is done once in a lifetime. The OTR can be filled at any time in a year. Though the candidates are allowed to make changes in the OTR within 7 days of registration on the OTR. The candidate. To register for OTR, the candidates have to follow the steps given below:

  • Go to the official website- upsconline.nic.in
  • Click on the new registration tab
  • Fill out the details- Name, Father's Name, Mother's Name, Mobile number, Email Id, etc 
  • Enter the captcha 
  • Click on Submit 
  • OTP will be sent to your registered mobile number and email id 
  • Re-login into your account and reset the password 
  • Again Login into the account and go for the CDS application link

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CDS Exam Dates & Schedule

Take a look at the table below for the complete schedule of CDS 2024 exam

DatesUpcoming Exam Dates

01 Sep '24

CDS 2 Exam

DatesPast Exam Dates

05 Jun '24 -

11 Jun '24

CDS 2 Application Correction

15 May '24

CDS 2 Notification

15 May '24 -

04 Jun '24

CDS 2 Application

How to Make Corrections in CDS 2 Application?

The candidates can correct the CDS 2 application form by logging in to their registered UPSC OTR profile. The steps to make corrections in the UPSC CDS application form are given below.

How to Make Corrections in the CDS 2 Application Form?

The steps to make corrections in the CDS 2 application form have been given below for the candidates:

  • Go to the official website 
  • Click on the link available for CDS 2 form correction 
  • Log in to the registered account using login credentials
  • Make corrections to the CDS 2 application correction
  • Save and print a copy of the modified CDS 2 application form 
  • Log out from the registered profile

Also Read: UPSC CAPF 2024

How to Make Corrections in UPSC OTR Profile?

The candidates need to follow the steps given below to register themselves on the OTR platform:

  • Go to the official website: upsconline.nic.in 
  • Click on the registration link
  • Click on the new registration tab
  • Fill out the details asked- Name, Mother's Name, Father's Name, Mobile Number, Email Id, etc
  • Password will be sent to the registered email id and mobile number. 
  • Re-login to the account and reset the password 
  • After the re-login go to the account and click on the CDS 2 application form link to apply for the exam 

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How to register for CDS application form?

The steps to fill out the application form are given below:

  • Go to the official website for application-  upsconline.nic.in
  • Log in to your registered account or register for the OTR (the steps to register for UPSC OTR have been given below in the article)
  • Click on the CDS exam link
  • Fill out the details asked
  • Upload the photograph, signature, and Photo Identity card
  • Make the application fee for the CDS exam 
  • Choose the CDS exam centre
  • Finally, submit the application form 
  • A confirmation message will be sent to the candidate's registered mobile number and email id 

Also Read: CDS OTA Syllabus

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How Can I Apply for CDS 2 2024?

CDS application form can be filled in two stages: Part I & II. In Part I of registration, candidates must fill in the basic information. In Part 2, candidates must pay the application fees, select the exam centre, upload the photograph, signature, photo identity card document, and declaration. The steps to fill both parts of the application form are explained below:

Filling Part I of CDS Application Form 2024

The detailed process to fill out the application form has been given below for the candidates. The candidates have to follow the steps to know the application process in brief:

Page One: Here the system inter-alia asks for Candidates to fill in personal information including, name, date of birth, father's name, mother's name, address, community the candidate belongs to, whether fee remission is claimed, whether he/she belongs to a minority, marital status

Page Two: Here system asks for claiming age relaxation and CDS exam centre. Candidates need to choose their preferred CDS exam centres while filling out the application form. Candidates are provided with the option of choosing one exam centre. The exam centres are allotted on a first-apply-first-allot basis. Please note that the only option available to the candidate is default no, so the candidates who have NCC C certificate holders (Naval Wing) need not worry and they can proceed further by only choosing the examination centre from which they wish to appear and proceed further for the next page where they can choose-Whether having/likely to have NCC 'C' Certificate Sr. Division: option and select navy and they will be automatically provided with two years age relaxation in upper age limit. The candidate is to select a centre from the drop-down menu. 

Page Three: On this page Information about preferences for IMA, NA, AFA, and OTA are to be given. The preferences are to be given using numbers 0/1/2/3/4. Candidates will have to enter at least one preference. Since female candidates are eligible for OTA only, they should indicate OTA as the only preference. Candidates who desire to join Air Force Academy must indicate AFA as their first choice. On this page, candidates are also required to indicate whether they have or are likely to have an NCC C certificate (Sr. Division) and whether they are serving in the armed forces.

Page Fourth: Here the system displays all the information provided by the candidate in the application form for verification. An update button is also provided therein at the bottom of the CDS online application details to move back and make any corrections in the information filled in. The candidates are advised to check the filled-in details and satisfy themselves that all information is correctly filled up. No change in information filled in by the candidates will be allowed at any subsequent stage of the examination process.

Declaration Box

At the bottom of the page, there is a declaration for the candidates. They should go through the contents of the declaration carefully. Candidates have the option to either agree or disagree with the contents of a declaration by clicking on 'I Agree' or 'I Do Not Agree'. Accepting to agree only will submit the candidate's online application, and the Part-I data submitted will be saved and a registration Id generated for the candidate. 

Page Five: Here the system displays the registration ID along with the essential identification information about the candidate such as name, father's name, mother's name, DOB, address, exam centre, etc opted by the candidate. They are also intimated that Part-I is complete with the registration of the online application procedure. The candidates may however note that CDS will be treated as incomplete and rejected unless accompanied with Part-II Registration.

Part-I of the CDS application procedure is completed. Candidates have to complete the Part-II registration for the successful online application submission.

The screenshot of the registration is given below:

Screenshot of CDS Registration Page

Screenshot of CDS Registration Page

Part-II: Fee Payment, Exam Centre Selection, Uploading Images

Candidates need to log in with the generated registration ID to fill in the details in Part II of the CDS application form. The Part-II registration comprises the following steps:

  • Fee Payment 
  • Uploading of Photograph 
  • Uploading of Signature
  • Uploading of Photo-Identity Proof 

Fee Payment

Applicants can pay the examination fee through cash/credit card/debit card or net banking. The fee structure is given below. 

Category  Application fees (In INR)
General and OBC male candidates  200
Female/SC/ST candidates Nil

Image Uploading

  • Candidates need to upload scanned images of their photograph, signature, and uploading photo-identity proof. The images should not exceed 300 kb and must not be less than 20 kb
  • Submit the application form and take its printout

Also Read: CDS syllabus 

Documents Required for Filling Out the CDS Application Form

Before filling CDS application form, candidates must keep the following documents ready:

  • Photograph and Signature: Before starting filling up the CDS online form, candidates must have their photographs and signatures duly scanned in the .jpg format in such a manner that each file should not exceed 300 KB and must not be less than 20 KB in size 
  • Class 10 Certificate: Candidates must have their matriculation certificate ready prior to filling up the CDS application form. The details related to the candidate's name, father's name, father's name, mother's name, and date of birth are required to be filled in the application form. These particulars should match exactly with the particulars mentioned in the matriculation certificate.
  • Details of Photo-Identity Proof: The Candidate should also have details of one photo ID such as an Aadhar Card/ Voter Card/ PAN Card/ Passport/ Driving License/ Any other photo ID Card issued by the State/Central Government. The details of this photo ID will have to be provided by the candidate while filling up the online application form. Candidates will have to upload a scanned copy of their Photo ID whose details have been provided in the online application by him/her. This photo ID will be used for all future referencing and the candidate is advised to carry this ID while appearing for examination/Personality Test/SSB. 

Specifications for Uploading Signature and Photograph 

Candidates need to scan the signature, photograph, and photo-identity proof as per the specifications given below:

  • The scanned photograph should be uploaded first in JPG format
  • The digital size of the file should not exceed 300 kb and must not be less than 20 kb. The resolution should be 350 pixels (Width) X 350 pixels (Height) minimum, 1000 pixels (Width) X 1000 pixels (Height) maximum. The bit depth of the image should be 24 bit
  • The photo identity card document should be in PDF format. The digital size of a PDF file should not exceed 300 kb and must not be less than 20 kb

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Information Related to Fee Payment

Candidates can check below the information related to the payment of application fees:

  • Candidates are required to pay the application fee online through SBI Net banking or by cash through SBI bank challan or through credit card/debit card
  • To pay a fee in cash, candidates should take the printout of challan generated online after completion of registration
  • Candidates need to go to the nearest SBI branch for depositing fees after 24 hours of generation of challan
  • Pay by cash mode option is deactivated a day before the exam. However, applicants who have generated their pay-in-slip before it is de-activated may pay at the counter of the SBI Branch during working hours on the closing date of the application

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Q:   I am unable to upload photograph and signature while filling CDS application form. What to do?

A:
If you are experiencing difficulty uploading your photograph and signature while filling the CDS application form, here are a few things you can try: a) Check the file size and format: Ensure that the photograph and signature you are trying to upload are in the prescribed format and size as specified in the instructions. The file format should be JPEG and the file size should not exceed the specified limit. B) Clear cache and cookies: Sometimes, clearing the cache and cookies of your browser can resolve issues related to uploading files. Try clearing your browser's cache and cookies, and then try uploading the files again. C) Try a different browser: If you are still having trouble uploading the files, try using a different browser. Sometimes, compatibility issues with the browser can prevent files from being uploaded. D) Resize the photograph and signature: If the file size is too large, you can try resizing the photograph and signature using an online image resizing tool. However, you should keep in mind that the image size should be within the given limits. E) Contact the UPSC If you have tried all the above steps and are still unable to upload the files, you can contact the Union Public Service Commission UPSC for assistance. The officials may be able to provide you with further guidance and solution on how to resolve the problem. F) It's important to ensure that you upload the photograph and signature correctly, as any errors or inconsistencies in the application form can lead to the rejection of your application.
 

Q:   Do I need to submit the hard copy of CDS application form?

A:
No, you do not need to submit a hard copy of the CDS application form to the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC). The entire application process for CDS, including submission of the application form, is done online. Once you have completed the application process and submitted the form, you will receive an acknowledgement from the UPSC. You should keep a copy of this acknowledgement for your records, as it contains important information such as your roll number, application ID, and exam center details. It's important to note that you should fill out the application form carefully and ensure that all the details provided are accurate and complete. Any errors or inconsistencies in the application form can lead to rejection of your application. Also, make sure to keep all the necessary documents ready and uploaded in the prescribed format and size as specified in the instructions. This includes your photograph, signature, and any other supporting documents that may be required. In summary, the entire application process for CDS is online, and you do not need to submit a hard copy of the application form.
 

Q:   What to do if there is a delay in assessing the CDS application page?

A:
If there is a delay in assessing the CDS application page, it is possible that there could be a technical issue or high traffic on the website. A few suggestions have been given below to solve the issue: a) Wait and try again later: Sometimes, technical issues can cause delays in accessing the application page. Wait for some time and try accessing the page again later. B) Check your internet connection: Ensure that you have a stable internet connection and that there are no connectivity issues. Try restarting the modem or the router c) Use a different device or browser: If you are still unable to access the application page, try using a different device or browser to SEE if that makes a difference. D) Contact the UPSC If you have tried all the above steps and are still experiencing a delay in accessing the application page, you can contact the Union Public Service Commission UPSC for assistance. The officials may be able to help with the issue and further provide a solution for it. It's important to note that the application deadline for CDS is usually well in advance of the exam date, so it's a good idea to submit your application well before the deadline to avoid any last-minute hassle or delays.
 

How to Choose Exam Centres in CDS Application Form?

Choosing an examination centre is important in the CDS application form as the candidates should choose the nearest centre from where they live. Choosing the nearest exam centre helps the candidates avoid any problems while reaching the CDS exam centre. The steps to choose the exam centre and list of the exam centre in the CDS application form has been given below:

  • Candidates have to fill out the application form for the CDS exam after the registration
  • The candidates will have to fill out the application form by giving personal details like- name, address, educational qualification etc. 
  • After filling out the personal details candidates will be given the option to choose the exam centres 
  • Choose the exam centres near your home town or where you live

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How to Choose CDS Exam Centres 2024

Choosing an exam centre is one of the crucial points while filling out an application form. The candidates will be able to choose from a list of 70+ cities. The name of the cities that can be chosen has been given below in the table below:

Agartala

Ghaziabad

Panaji (Goa)

Agra

Gorakhpur

Patna

Ajmer

Gurgaon

Port Blair

Ahmedabad

Gwalior

Prayagraj (Allahabad)

Aizawl

Hyderabad

Puducherry

Aligarh

Imphal

Pune

Almora (Uttarakhand)

Indore

Raipur

Anantpur (Andhra Pradesh)

Itanagar

Rajkot

Aurangabad

Jabalpur

Ranchi

Bengaluru

Jaipur

Sambalpur

Bareilly

Jammu

Shillong

Bhopal

Jodhpur

Shimla

Bilaspur

Jorhat

Siligudi

Chandigarh

Kochi

Srinagar

Chennai

Kohima

Srinagar (Uttarakhand)

Coimbatore

Kolkata

Thane

Cuttack

Kozhikode (Calicut)

Thiruvananthapuram

Dehradun

Leh

Tiruchirapalli

Delhi

Lucknow

Tirupati

Dharwad

Ludhiana

Udaipur

Dispur

Madurai

Varanasi

Faridabad

Mumbai

Vellore

Gangtok

Mysore

Vijayawada

Gaya

Nagpur

Vishakhapatnam

Gautam Buddh Nagar

Navi Mumbai

Warangal

Also Read: UGC NET 2024

Q:   How many exam centres allotted to CDS exam?

A:
The number of exam centres allotted for the CDS exam may vary each year depending on the number of candidates and other related factors. The UPSC which is the conducting authority for the CDS exam, usually releases a list of exam centres along with the notification for the exam. In general, the CDS exam is conducted at multiple centres across India to accommodate the large number of candidates who appear for the exam. Candidates can choose their preferred exam centre while filling out the application form, and the final allotment of exam centres is done by the UPSC based on the availability of seats and other related factors. Candidates should check the official notification for the CDS exam on the official website of the UPSC to get the latest updates on the exam centres and other related information.
 

Q:   Why CDS exam is conducted?

A:
The CDS exam is conducted by the UPSC to select candidates for admission to various courses in the Indian Military Academy (IMA), Indian Naval Academy (INA), Air Force Academy (AFA), and Officers' Training Academy (OTA). The CDS exam is conducted twice a year, and candidates who meet the eligibility criteria can apply for the exam. The exam consists of a written test followed by a Services Selection Board (SSB) interview, which is designed to assess the personality traits and suitability of the candidates for the respective course or post. The CDS exam is a highly competitive exam, and candidates who clear the written test and the SSB interview are selected for admission to the respective course or post based on their overall performance in the exam. The CDS exam provides an opportunity for candidates who are interested in a career in the Indian Armed Forces to pursue their dream and serve the country with honor and pride.
 

Q:   Can I change my CDS exam centre after submitting the CDS application form?

A:
No, candidates cannot change their CDS exam centre after submitting the application form. The exam centre allotted by the Union Public Service Commission UPSC is final, and candidates must appear for the exam at the allotted centre only. Therefore, candidates are advised to carefully choose their preferred exam centre while filling out the application form and ensure that they can reach the exam centre on the day of the exam. Candidates should also check the official notification and updates regarding the CDS exam on the official website of the UPSC for any changes or updates related to the exam centre.
 

CDS Career Growth

The candidates who will join the Indian defence as commissioned officers will be promoted according to the norms and time period of the service. The candidates can check the rank-wise post list below:

  • Captain - Two years of commissioned service
  • Major - Six years of commissioned service
  • Lieutenant Colonel - Thirteen years of commissioned service
  • Colonel - Fifteen years of commissioned service
  • Colonel (TS) - Twenty-six years of commissioned service
  • Major General - Twenty-five years of commissioned service
  • Brigadier - Twenty-three years of commissioned service
  • Lieutenant General - Twenty-eight years of commissioned service
  • General - No restrictions
  • Lieutenant - Promotion only after completion of training

Also Read: UGC NET

Other Defence Exam Application Form

The aspirants who want to become defence personnel in Indian defence can also go for different defence exams like AFCAT, NDA and CAPF. The candidates can check the defence exam application form by clicking the links below. The list of other defence exams in India has been given below for the candidates:

  • NDA (National Defence Academy)
  • CAPF (Central Armed Police Forces)
  • AFCAT ( Air Force Common Admission Test)
  • IAF (Indian Air Force)
  • ICG (Indian Coast Gaurd)

Links for the Application Form 

NDA Application Form CAPF Application Form AFCAT Application Form

CDS Application 2024 FAQs

Refer CDS Application Form FAQs Here

Q:   What is the selection process of CDS exam?

A:
The CDS selection process comprises various stages: At the first stage, the candidates have to take the written test which is of 300 marks (for INA, IMA and AFA) and 200 marks (OTA). The candidates qualifying the written exam will be called for the SSB Interview. At the second stage, the candidates have to undergo the vigorous 5 days interview in which the candidates are assessed on the physical, psychological and analytics level. The SSB interview is followed by the medical test in which the candidates are assessed on physical standards In the final stage merit list is released along with the release of the CDS results.
 

Q:   Can girls apply for CDS exam?

A:
Yes, girls can apply for CDS exam. They are considered for OTA and are allotted to SSC (Short Service Commission) in the non-technical cadre. The SSC ends after 10 to 14 years of service. Further, the commissioned girls can apply for the permanent service after the approval of the board. The girls cannot be admitted in IMA, INA, and AFA through CDS exam. Though, the candidates can apply for the Indian Air Force as pilot or ground duty officers through the AFCAT exam.
 

Q:   What is the difference between NDA and CDS exams?

A:
Though both are defence exams, there are many similarities and differences in the recruitment process, exam pattern, training, salary, perks, promotion, eligibility, etc. NDA is conducted for candidates who wish to join the defence services after Class 12. CDS is the exam conducted for the graduate candidates for training at Indian Military Academy (IMA), Indian Air Force Academy (AFA), Officers Training Academy (OTA) and Indian Naval Academy (INA). NDA exam is conducted for Class 12 pass candidates. Whereas, CDS exam is conducted for graduate-level candidates. NDA exam carries two subjects-GAT and Maths. CDS exam carries three papers-Maths, English and GK. English and GK section is conducted for OTA, IMA, INA and AFA. Maths paper is conducted for IMA, INA and AFA. The total marks allotted to the written exam of NDA is 900 whereas it is 300 for CDS.
 

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The UPSC will soon release the CDS 2 admit card. Usually, it will be released a week before the exam is conducted. The CDS 2 exam is scheduled for September 1, 2024. UPSC announced a total combined vacancy of 459 (for IMA, INA, AFA & OTA). The candidates will be able to download their admit card th

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The medical standard fixed for CDS  including eyesight i.e., - for a male candidates the minimum acceptable visual acuity are distant Vision (corrected) better eye 6/6 and worse eye 6/18 and for women candidates the minimum acceptable visual acuity are distant Vision (corrected) better eye 6/6, wors

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Exam preparation for the National Defense Academy (NDA) and Combined Defence Services (CDS) SSB (Services Selection Board) necessitates a thorough strategy that includes comprehension of the exam structure, concentrated study, and both mental and physical preparation.  Regular exercise, running, and

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AFCAT exam means Air Force Common Admission Test. This exam is taken to select candidates for admission in Flying and Ground Duty (Technical and Non-Technical) branches in Indian Air Force. AFCAT exam is conducted by Indian Air Force. CDS exam is conducted for candidates who wish to make their caree

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The Combined Defence Services (CDS) application form was released on the official website on May 15, 2024. The candidates can able to apply for the CDS 2 exam from May 15, 2024 to June 4, 2024. The candidates can apply for the exam by following the steps given below:

  • Go to the official website- upsco

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Dewesh Nandan Prasad

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The candidates can check the expected CDS 1 expected cut off below in the table:

CDS Written Exam Expected Cut Off 2024
CDS 1 Expected Cutoff 2024CDS 1 Written ExamCDS 1 Final Cutoff 
CDS Cut off AFA135-140260-270
CDS Cut off IMA110-120240-250
CDS Cut off INA108-115230-240
CDS Cut off OTS (female)90-95160-165
CDS Cut off OTS (male)90-94165-170

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Dewesh Nandan Prasad

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The candidates can download the CDS 1 2024 result by following the steps given below:

  • Go to the official website 
  • Click on the CDS 1 Written exam result link 
  • The CDS 1 Result PDF link will appear on the screen 
  • Click on the CDS 1 Result PDF link 
  • The UPSC CDS result PDF will appear on the screen 
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The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) released the UPSC CDS 1 Result 2024 for the exam conducted on April 21, 2024 on May 9, 2024. The candidates can download the CDS result as a PDF from the official website-upsc.gov.in. The candidates need not log in to their registrered accounts to download

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