CDS Expected Cut Off Marks Result Date- CDS 1 Exam 2015

CDS I examination was successfully concluded dated 15 February past month and a considerably high number of students turned out to appear for the same written exam. Since the official answer keys has now been released, students need to be enlightened about the CDS expected cut off marks and the result dates for this year’s merit publication.

Union Public Service Commission conducts Combined Defence Service Examination twice a year for inducting officers into the Indian Army and Air force.

The examination of UPSC CDS was conducted on 15th February 2015. There are many candidates who had applied for this examination and now they are waiting UPSC CDS Answer Key and cut Off of the examination.

This examination is conducted for the post in the field like Indian Air Force and Officers Training Academy, Military, Indian Naval recruitment. So the cut off marks of examination are different for all the fields. All candidates can visit the website of UPSC CDS ( for finding the CDS 2015 Cut off Marks and CDS 2015 Answer Key.

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UPSC CDS Previous Year Cut off Marks 2014:

Here we have illustrated previous year’s cut off marks just so that the students can take a close idea about the cut off marks they can expect this year.

The Examination of UPSC paper is based on different section i.e. General Knowledge, English and Elementary Mathematics each section contains 100 marks. So the candidates can estimate the cut off marks according to the section. They can check expected UPSC CDS 1 cut off through the answer key of examination.

The cut off marks of previous year is following. So the candidates can estimate their cut off marks according to last year cut off.

IMA 102 Written Exam Marks 225  Final Exam Marks
INA 75 206
AFA 129 256
OTA Men 72 154
OTA Women 72 152 

Obviously and supposedly there will be change in the cut off marks but it wouldn’t be much higher or lower than mentioned. Students can expected this year’s CDS 2015 cut off marks to be altered by about maximum 3-5 marks per category keeping in mind the competition.

CDS 1 Result- Expected Dates:

Last year UPSC had announced the CDS results in May-end for CDS 1 exam. After the completion of exam this year on 15 February, we can expect the results around same time.

CDS 2015 result for 15th February 2015 exam is expected to be declared in last week of May or first week of June this time. Any noticeable change in the date and time of result declaration will be updated here after the official statement by UPSC.

UPSC may declare the results of CDSE 1 2015 in June – July 2015.The candidates can estimate their expected CDSE 1 2015 cut off according to the previous year cur off.

IMA: 105 Marks

INA: 80 Marks

AFA: 132 Marks

OTA (Men): 78 Marks

OTA (Women): 78 Marks

Candidates must have secured 15 % marks in each subject.

This is not the actual cut off marks of examination. It is only the expected cot off , so candidate can get the idea of cut off of the examination

How to get official Cut-off Marks 2015

Students will only be able to view the official cut off marks upon the release of the notification regarding to same. Keep track of the official site to remain updated.

  • Log on to official web site of UPSC
  • SearchUPSC CDS Exam 2014 cut off marks link.
  • Compare your marks with cut off

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  • Hello sir I want to prepare for ota please tell me about syllabus I am doing graduation I don’t know much so plz tell me if anyone know

  • Hey,I want to know what is the marks distribution in English and G.S in cds u guys have calculated ur marks.because both the paper contains 120 questions .so a total of 240 questions but maximum marks is 200. So what is the no. given to each question??
    Please reply as soon as possible.

  • Sir, what is expected cutoff marks for IMA in 1 st Nov, 2015(2) exam and also each subject minimum secure marks?
    Please tell me sir,

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