The UPSC has declared the results of the UPSC CDS-I examination of 2020 on its official website. It is noticed that the UPSC has shortlisted a total of 95 candidates.
The selected candidates can check their SSB interview round score as well on the website. The chosen candidates have to take admission in the Indian military academy or Indian naval academy, or Air force academy for the training course.
As per the official notice on the UPSC website, some specific candidates are chosen in all these three lists to train various courses.
However, the medical examination results have not been considered by the authority to prepare the selected candidates list.
Result checking procedure:
Here is a step-by-step procedure that candidates can adopt to check their result of UPSC CDS-I:
- Candidates have to visit the official website that is upsc.gov.in.
- They need to click on the result link under the ‘what’s a new section.’
- Candidates will find the PDF of the result in which they can check their result.
- After that, it is necessary to put the roll number to know the results.
- Candidates can check their results through the Ctrl+F key.
- Candidates can download the ‘PDF‘ from the download option for future usage.
According to the official notice, the candidates’ marks will be available on UPSC’s official website after the final result of the OTA declaration.
It is observed that a total of 2614 has qualified in the written test to take admission in the Indian military academy.
Along with this, the commission has recommended 1429 candidates as well for the Indian naval academy.
On the other hand, 632 candidates have qualified in the written test to take admission in the Indian Air force academy. The candidates are qualified after the SSB test.
The final merit list has been prepared based on the candidates’ UPSC CDS-I examination results and various related interviews.
The Army headquarters have done the verification process of the candidates’ date of birth and educational certificates.
Also, for the Naval academy, the number of selected candidates is 39. Lastly, six names have been shortlisted for training courses at the Indian Air force academy.
The recruitment procedure was generated in the Indian military academy of Dehradun, in the Naval academy of Ezhimala, and the Hyderabad Academy of Indian Air force.
Therefore, toral 95 Candidates have been shortlisted in the final merit list. The vacancy for the Indian military academy was 100 and also 32 in the Air force academy.
For the Indian Naval academy, the number of vacancies was 45 of the 100 vacancies of the Indian military academy, 13 vacancies are reserved for the NCC ‘C’ candidates, and six are reserved for the Indian Naval academy.
On the other hand, three vacancies are reserved for the NCC ‘C’ candidates in the Indian Air force academy.