CDS 2 Result 2020 (Declared) – Check Final CDS II 2020 Name Wise Result Here

CDS 2 2020 Result has been Declared on 17th July 2021. The result has been announced within the form pdf and containing the name and roll number of the qualified candidates. Check the CDS 2 Result from the direct link present below on the page. The result is based on the performance of the candidates in UPSC CDS 2 exam and SSB interview. 

The number of vacancies is 100, 45, and 32 for Indian military academy, Indian naval academy and Air Force Academy, respectively. Check details on UPSC CDS 2 Result 2020 from this page.

UPSC CDS 2 Result 2020 Result: Declared

CDS 2 2020 Result has been Declared on 17th July 2021. Click Here to check result.

UPSC CDS 2 Result 2020 Dates:

The selection of candidates in CDS is done on the basis of written exam, followed by SSB round. In all, 7650 candidates qualified for Service Selection Board (SSB). The candidates can check all the important dates for CDS two Result 2020 below:


Tentative dates 

Official notification will be released on

Aug 2020

Submission of online application form will commence from

Sep 2020

Final date for receipt of application form

Sep 2020

Admit card will be issued

Nov 2020

Entrance exam date

Nov 2020

Result Declaration

17th July 2021

How to Check UPSC CDS II Result 2020?

To check the result for CDS 2, it’s suggested to the candidates to simply follow the instructions as given below.
Click on the link above.
A PDF file of CDS (II) result 2020 can open in a new tab.
Press Ctrl+F and enter your roll no. within the given space.
If your roll no. is displayed within the result list it means that you’ve got qualified the test.
You may also download the pdf file and save it for future reference.

CDS 2 Exam 2020 Cut off:

AFA- 138 (46%) out of three hundred.
IMA- 105 (35%) out of three hundred.
INA- 99 (33%) out of three hundred.
OTA (Men)- 84 (42%) out of two hundred.
OTA (Women)- 84 (42%) out of two hundred.


Compilation Of The Merit List:

There will be penalty (negative marking) for wrong answers marked by candidates within the objective type question papers. For each wrong answer by any candidate, one third (⅓ or 0.33) of the marks allotted to it question are subtracted as penalty. If any applicant tries more than one answer for any question, it’ll be deemed as a wrong answer even if one of the given answers happens to be correct and can be equally penalized.

Negative Marking in CDS Examination:

UPSC prepares a list of applicants who have acquired the minimum qualifying marks within the written examination as established by the Commission in their discretion. Candidates declared qualified in this written exam are detailed for personality and intelligence test at the SSB based on their preference by the various service headquarters. The maximum marks assigned to the written examination and to the interviews are equal for every course. 

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