General Knowledge Syllabus for CDS Exam This section aims to check how well the candidates keep up with the current events and how well they understand their surroundings, especially in reference to their scientific aspects. Political Science Important facts of the Indian constitution, fundamental rights, and directive principles, powers of the president and prime minister, constitutional bodies, Indian judiciary etc. Indian Polity Prepare important facts of Indian as well as world geography. Economics Prepare topics like Budget, Five-year plan, foreign trade etc.

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Candidates can pay their application fee both online as well as offline. Candidates can pay it online by using Net Banking. They can also pay offline by depositing the application fee in cash at any SBI bank branch. CDS I admit card is available at the official website from 9th January onwards.

The hall ticket comprises of information about the exam date, time, center, and other important instructions. Carrying the hall ticket at the examination centre is necessary. UPSC will publish the result online on the official website only. Candidates can access the result PDF and check their roll number in the file. CDS-II vacancies will be updated once the official notification is released. The training course is commencing in January Here are the frequently asked questions related to the exam: Q.

The exam will be conducted on 2nd February What is the eligibility criterion for the exam? The candidate should have done graduation or equivalent degree from any recognised University or Institution. What is the application fee for the CDS exam? However, the reserved category and female candidates are exempted from application fee. What are the maximum marks for each question paper in the exam?

Each question paper carries marks. For how many times the CDS Exam is conducted in a year? The CDS Exam is conducted twice in a year. It is conducted in November and February. How many papers are there for the CDS Exam?

There are three papers in the exam — General awareness, English and Mathematics. Is there any scheme of negative marking in the exam? Yes, there is a scheme of negative marking in the exam.


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