UPSC CDS (II) Marks 2020: Union Public Service Commission, UPSC has released the scores and other details of non-recommended candidates for Combined Defense Services Examination (II), 2020.
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UPSC CDS (II) Marks 2020: Union Public Service Commission, (UPSC) has released the scores and other details of non-recommended candidates for Combined Defense Services Examination (II), 2020. All candidates official website upsc.gov.in You can check your marks by visiting Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has released the marks of 885 candidates who appeared for the Combined Defense Services Examination (CDS)-II 2020 but were not recommended for appointment.
In this exam, Sandeep has secured the highest rank with an overall score of 317 out of 600, followed by Apoorva Pandey and Deepanshu with 312 marks. Abhimanyu and Shantanu Gupta secured 310 marks while securing fourth and fifth positions.
The official website upsc.gov.in has released the marks for only those candidates who opted for public disclosure of their UPSC CDS-II scores. The public disclosure of marks obtained by candidates in recruitment examinations is done to provide a useful database to other employers so that they can identify well qualified candidates.
How to check marks (HOW TO CHECK SCORE)
On the homepage, go to “Public Disclosure of marks and other details of non-recommended willing candidates in CDS II exam 2020” in the What’s new section and click on that link.
A new webpage will open where you have to click on the PDF link
The PDF will open on the next page, read the instructions and information and scroll down the page to get your marks.
Check your roll number/name or registration number to check your score.
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This scheme was started by the Department of Personnel and Training. Scores are released for non-qualified candidates of IMA, NA and AFA. This information will be valid for one year. The commission has already declared the CDS (II) 2020 result for IMA, NA and AFA courses on October 1 and for OTA courses on July 16.
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