Combined Defence Services (CDS)

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Combined Defense Services” or CDS exams are conducted twice a year by the Commission for Public Service in the Union for Recruitment to the Indian Military Academy, the Academy of Training of Officers, the Indian Maritime Academy and the Indian Air Academy. Examination announcements are usually issued in October and June, and examinations are conducted in February and November. Only free graduates can take part in the exam. Successful candidates are admitted to appropriate academies after an interview by the Selection Board (SSB).

The Armed Forces offer a very exciting career to young men and women in various fields. The race in force is also an adventure in itself. To ensure that the appropriate candidates are selected, the Defense Force’s Selection Committee adopt a thorough selection process through the interview with the Service Selection Board (SSB). This selection system is based on the “trait theory” of leadership, which assumes that each leader must have some specific and predetermined leadership traits. It also assumes that such traits can be acquired by a candidate over time, which means that a person once rejected in an SSB interview will succeed if he acquires some of the traits over time. The present selection system, although it is long and lasts four to five days, is based on an objective evaluation of each candidate in which the qualities such as initiative, alertness, judgment, courage, physical resistance, cooperation, group planning, decision, knowledge, etc. they are judged. In addition, the psychological and mental strength of the candidate is judged in relation to the requirements of the Armed Forces and finally a general evaluation of a candidate’s personality is carried out through exhaustive personal interviews.