The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has declared the final results of the Combined Defence Services II 2013. Candidates who appeared in the exam can access their results online.
A total of 299 aspirants have cleared the exam and 186 candidates are selected for the Indian Military Academy, 99 candidates for the Indian Naval Academy and 14 candidates for the Air Force Academy. The names and roll numbers of qualifying students for the Indian Military Services, Indian Naval Academy and Air Force Academy are available in the official website.
Candidates can log on to https://www.upsc.gov.in/exams/final-results/cds2/2013/eng.pdf for viewing their results.
The Combined Defence Services II recruitment exam was conducted in two steps: the written exam was organized by the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) on September 2013 and the interview was conducted by the Services Selection Board of the Ministry of Defense.
The written exam was cleared by 9,160 candidates and finally 5, 608 aspirants were shortlisted for the Indian Military Academy, 2,874 for the Indian Naval Academy and 678 for the Air Force Academy.
A Bachelors degree is the eligibility criteria for the Combined Defense Services for qualifying to the Indian Military Academy and a Bachelor in Engineering is mandatory for the Indian Naval Academy and Air Force Academy. UPSC conducts the Combined Defense Services exam twice a year and all the streams have the same question paper based on English (100 marks), General Knowledge (100 marks), and Elementary Mathematics (100 marks).