UPSC Results Combined Defence Service CDS Recruitment 2020

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UPSC Results Combined Defence Service CDS Recruitment 2020 

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Union Public Service Commission UPSC Are Recently Uploaded UPSC Results for the Recruitment Post of Combined Defence Service First I Examination 2020. Those Candidates Are Enrolled with CDS I Vacancies Can Download it Now.

Union Public Service Commission (UPSC)

Combined Defence Services Exam (CDS I 2020) UPSC Results

Important Dates
  • Application Begin on : 30/10/2019
  • Last Date of Apply Online on : 19/11/2019
  • Last Date Fee Payment on : 19/11/2019
  • Exam Date on : 02/02/2020 
  • Admit Card Available on : 09/01/2020
  • UPSC Results Declared on : 23/03/2020
Payment Mode 
  • Pay the Examination Fee Via Cash at E Challan Mode
  • Pay Also Online Debit Card
  • Pay Online Credit Card
  • Pay Online Net Banking Only.
Application Fee
  • General / OBC : 200/-
  • SC / ST / Female : 0/- 
  • Pay the Examination Fee Through Challan
  • Net Banking,
  • Debit Card,
  • Credit Card
  • Fee Mode.
Total Vacancy Details
        418 Posts Available 

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Age Between


Indian Military Academy( IMA) 100 02-01-1997 to 01-01-2002 Passed / Appearing Bachelor Degree in Any  Recognized University.
Indian Naval Academy (INA) 45 02-01-1997 to 01-01-2002 Passed / Appearing Bachelor Degree in Engineering at Any Recognized University.
Air Force 32 02-01-1997 to 01-01-2001 Bachelor Degree in Any Stream with Physics, Mathematics in 10+2 Level OR Bachelor Degree in Engineering
Officers Training Academy (OTA) 225 02-01-1996 to 01-01-2002 Passed / Appearing Bachelor Degree in Any Stream at Any Recognized University.
OTA Women 16

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UPSC-Union Public Service Commission Information

UPSC Results

The UPSC-Union Public Service Commission is a constitutional body established by the Constitution of India, which conducts examinations for the appointment of public service officers of the Government of India. Under Part-14 of the Constitution, Articles 315-323 provide for the formation of a Federal Public Service Commission and a State Public Service Commission for the states.

Working Process

Its main function is to select members for public service of the Center and the States. For this it conducts various examinations. Chief among these are –

  • Civil Services (Preliminary) Examination.
  • Civil Services (Principal) Examination.
  • Indian Forest Service Examination.
  • Engineering Services Examination.
  • Geologist Examination.
  • Special Class Railway Apprentices Examination.
  • National Defense Academy and Naval Academy Examination.
  • Combined Defense Services Examination.
  • Combined Medical Services Examination.
  • Indian Earth Service / Indian Statistical Service Examination.
  • Section Officer / Stenographer (Grade B / Grade 1) Limited Departmental Competitive Examination.
Study Strategy For Selection Examination

Before starting with preparation, he should prove his ability and ask himself what changes he can bring as an IAS officer. A candidate’s plan does not need to be a memorial, but should be enough to distinguish it from other candidates. Clear answers to such questions will give an candidate an edge over all other applicants in the interview session.

Preparation Technique:

It is not an exaggerated fact that the IAS is the toughest competitive exam in the country and calls for intensive practice and preparation. There is no definitive answer to the most common questions, such as how many hours does an IAS candidate have to spend every day? It will differ from person to person, so let us look at it from a general perspective.

Time required:

Experts believe that aggressive preparation for 10 to 12 months is a must. Four out of every 10 Indians (21–32 years) aspire to become an IAS officer and the competition is so intense that only 5 percent of that vast number falls. A candidate should map an effective strategy and decide the ideal number of hours required to implement that strategy.

An aspirant should also understand that the preparation for Civil Services Examination is not meant for qualitative and quantitative preparation. It is about meeting your short term goal. Ideally you should target two topics every day. Most of the top rankers have started preparing for the exams from their school days, as most of the questions are mostly asked from class 6 to 12 standard books. So prepare and dedicate notes 10 to 12 hours before the exam. is believed.

Underline the syllabus and prepare your preparation

If you have studied biology, you will certainly be familiar with the term “synthesis”. It is a process in which the basic components are divided into their by-products. You can do the same with your IAS course. Find the topics you are good at and the topics you will need. Do this for all subjects and work on them.

Object the course

Most IAS aspirants are discouraged to make up the bulk of the IAS syllabus. There is no doubt that the syllabus is vast, but if you divide the subjects into manageable chunks, the impossible-looking tasks will become easier for you.

Enjoy your preparation

Unsurprisingly, UPSC preparation is a long process. But the moment you start enjoying your preparation, all the unwanted stress and anxiety associated with the preparation will disappear. Civil service exam candidates give up their hobbies, but your preparation will be more fun while pursuing your hobbies.

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