The result of CDS 2 written exam will be declared in the month of January 2018. The exam will be held on 19th November 2017.
UPSC will held CDS 2 SSB test in the month of February 2018. The final result will be declared in the month of June 2018.
UPSC CDS (I) 2017 Final Result Declared: UPSC has declared the final result on 17th November 2017. You can download the final result from the link given below.
SSC CDS Exam (I) 2017 Result
- Exam Name: UPSC CDS (I) 2017
- Exam Held on: 5th February 2017
- Candidates Qualified: 8548
Requirments to Check Result
There is no requirement of registration number or any other information for viewing UPSC CDS result. All that a candidate has to do is visit the official website of UPSC and click on the respective link which will guide the candidate to the desired page.
How to View UPSC CDS Results Online?
The result for CDS Exam 2017 can be viewed within minutes. All that a candidate is required to so follow the below mentioned steps:
Step 1- Visit the concerned website
The exam of CDS 2017 was hosted by UPSC. Hence, it is obvious that the result will also be shown by the same website. You are required to type www.upsc.gov.in on the address bar of your browser and press enter. Within seconds, you will be on the UPSC website.
Step 2- Look for the right link
The UPSC website is full of various links. The link which will take you to the results page is mentioned on the right hand side of the webpage. If you are getting confused with the list of links that appear on that page, then try using the search option on the webpage by pressing CTRL key and the F key simultaneously. Once you have done that, you will have a search box on the top right hand side, where you can enter the word ‘Result’ and look for tor links which contain the mentioned word.
Your search process will become easier and you would be able to get the required link immediately.
Step 3- Find your roll number
UPSC always declared a result on the basis of roll numbers. Candidates whose roll number are mentioned in the list are eligible for the next round and the remaining ones are considered to be eliminated. So, when the list of roll number is right on your screen, try finding your roll number from the list. You can also use CTRL + F to open a search box and enter your roll number in the same.
What is next?
Once you have found your roll number in the list, you are eligible for the next phase of selection. You would be required to use your registration number once more for downloading the call letter / admit card for the next round.
Can I challenge my result?
Sorry, you cannot challenge the result which has been published by the UPSC authority. There is no provision for rechecking or challenging the decision of the UPSC authority. If you are not satisfied with the result, you can again give the exam next year.