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UPSC CDS 2 Results 2022: UPSC Announces CDS 2 Final Result @upsc.gov.in

Union Public Service Commission has released the UPSC CDS 2 result for 2022-23. Candidates can now check their results at upsc.gov.in.

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The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) which conducted the Combined Defence Service II examination in 2022 has now released the UPSC CDS 2 Results 2022. Candidates are invited to check their results from its official website.

Earlier, the examination was conducted with the purpose to select 341 candidates for different courses. Out of these, 100 candidates will be hired for IMA (Dehradun), 32 for Air Force Academy, 170 candidates for OTA (Male), 17 for OTA (Female), and 22 for Indian Naval Academy.

However, a total of 302 candidates have been shortlisted for the further process of the UPSC CDS recruitment. However, the medical examination result has not been considered yet. Candidates must note that the merit list of the candidates will be released after verification of educational qualification and date of birth by Army Head Quarters.

UPSC CDS 2 Result: How To Check

Candidates who have appeared for the UPSC examination and are willing to check their UPSC CDS 2 results can follow the steps mentioned below.

Step 1 – Go to the official website of the Union Public Service Commission

Step 2 – After this, go to the ‘homepage’ and search for the UPSC CDS 2 result link

Step 3 – A new pdf page will be shown on the screen with the result

Step 4 – Candidates are simply required to download and take a print of the UPSC CDS 2 result for future help

For detailed information about the UPSC CDS 2 results, refer to the official notification.

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