UPSC CDS 2 Result Direct Link, How to check Out Score on upsc.gov.in
UPSC CDS II 2022 Result: The Union Public Service Commission, Combined Defence Services or UPSC CDS 2 Result 2022 was on Friday declared on the official website. The candidates can download and check their UPSC CDS II Result PDFs online on the official website – upsc.gov.in.
Of all the candidates who appeared for the exam, a total of 6658 have qualified for the UPSC CDS II final round or recruitment. As of now, only the list of selected roll numbers has been released. The UPSC CDS 2 Name wise results will be released later.
This year, the written examination of UPSC CDS II was conducted on 4 September. The successful candidates will now appear for the interviews by the service selection board (SSB).
UPSC Combined Defence Services Examination II 2022 Details
Name of exam
Combined Defence Services Examination II
Union Public Service Commission
Date of exam
4 September 2022
UPSC CDS 2 Result 2022 Release Date
23rd September 2022
Direct link to the CDS II 2022 results- https://www.upsc.gov.in/
UPSC CDS 2 Expected Cut Off 2022 Category Wise
Expected Cut Off
IMA (Indian Military Academy)
INA (Indian Naval Academy)
AFA (Air Force Academy)
OTA (Officer’s Training Academy) Men
OTA (Officer’s Training Academy) Women
UPSC CDS 2 Result 2022 released: How to check
Visit the official website – upsc.gov.in
On the homepage, click on the link which reads “Combined Defence Services Examination II Written Exam Result”
A PDF will open, search for your roll number
Save and download the PDF for future references.
This will be your UPSC CDS 2 Result 2022.
The candidates need to note that the UPSC CDS 2 Result 2022 PDF reads, “The original Certificates are to be submitted not later than 1 July, 2023 for IMA and NA, not later than 13th May, 2023 for AFA and not later than 1stOctober, 2023 in case of SSC course only.
The candidates don’t need to send the original Certificates to the Union Public Service Commission.
The UPSC every year conducts the Combined Defence Services examination twice to induct young men and women into the armed forces as officers. The written exam then is followed by rigorous five-day interviews at the Service Selection Boards (SSB) situated in various cities of the country.
The candidates who get shortlisted from the interview then go through a medical assessment at their respective boards and finally the medically fit candidates are inducted into four training academies- Indian Military Academy, Indian Airforce Academy, Indian Naval Academy and Officers Training Academy.