UPSC CDS II Merit List 2015 from www.upsc.gov.in The Union Public Service Commission UPSC merit list will be declared vey soon and can be published in the official website of UPSC. The examination is already over in the month of October 2014.Finally the wait of test takers is over and they can see the Merit lists soon. The list of selected candidates in the written examination will be place in the website for the reference of candidates.
Step 1: Navigate the official page www.upsc.gov.in
Step 2: Please click on the link “CDC merit list 2014” from the scrolled links on the home page.
Step 3: The list of pdf will be displayed on the page
Step 4: Check the Roll number of candidate.
Step 5: The result of CDS exam will be displayed.
This is the procedure to check the merit list of CDS exam of UPSC.
The exam is a base to select the eligible candidates for the posts of Officers in the Indian Army. Lakhs of students were applied and taken the test. To filter out the candidates the UPSC has decided to conduct the examination. This year the examination was held at different centers on October 26th. The test takers have to wait for some more time to check the result. The merit list of candidates will be placed soon. The selected candidates in the written test will get the call letter for SSB board. This exam will be conducted for two times in a year. CDS I was conducted in the month of June and CDS II were conducted in the month of October 2014.
The result of CDS II will be placed soon in the website. The procedure is mentioned above in this website. It is a good opportunity for the candidates who wish to work under the Indian Army. It is a prestigious organization. UPSC government recruits the candidates for this time for the posts of Officers in Indian Army. The Cutoff marks, Interview schedule for selected candidates will be intimated in the website. The second lists for the CDS exam will be placed in the official website .Candidates are advised to visit this website regularly for more updates about the announcement date, call letters and cutoff marks.