Combined Defence Services Examination I – UPSC CDS Exam I 2017 Instructions

Combined Defence Services Examination I – UPSC CDS Exam I 2017 Instructions

For Candidates Joining the Air Force Academy :

1. There are three modes of entry in F(P) Course viz. CDSE / NCC / Airmen.

Candidates who apply for Air Force through more than one source will be tested / Interviewed at Air Force Selection Boards only once for Air Force as well as other arms of services.

Common candidate who fail in Computer Pilot Selection System ( CPSS ) and/or Pilot Aptitude Battery Test as an NCC or Airman candidate will be called again for OLQ testing for Army / Navy / OTA only, if it is found that he has applied through UPSC CDS I Exam also.

2. Detailing for Training : Candidates recommended by the AFSBs and found medically fit by appropriate medical establishment are detailed for UPSC Combined Defence Services I training strictly on the basis of merit and availability of UPSC CDS I vacancies.

Separate merit list are prepared for Direct entry candidates through UPSC and for NCC candidates.

The merit list for Direct Entry Flying ( Pilot ) candidates is based on the combined marks secured by the candidates in the tests conducted by the UPSC and at the Air Force Selection Boards.

The merit list for NCC candidates is prepared on the basis of marks secured by them at AFSBs.

3. UPSC CDS 1 Training 2017 : The approximate duration of UPSC Combined Defence Services I training for Flying Branch ( Pilots ) at the Air Force Academy will be 74 weeks.

CDS I 2017 Online Practice Test Series
50+ Test, containing Mock, Previous year solved papers & Subject wise Test @ 451/-

Buy Now

Insurance cover during Flying Training – ( Rates are under revision ) :

Air Force Group Insurance Society would pay Rupee1,00,000/- for a monthly contribution of Rupee800/- pm. as ex-gratia award to the next-of-kin of a flight cadet drawn from Civil life and undergoing flying training in an unfortunate eventuality.

In case, flight cadet undergoing flying training in UPSC Combined Defence Services is medically invalidated boarded out, he would be paid Rupee20,000/- as ex gratia award for 100% disability and this reduces proportionately upto 20%.CDS Question Bank CD + Solved Question Paper Book

Cadets are authorised fixed stipend amounting to Rupee21,000/- per month ( Rupee15,600/- pay in the pay band Rupee5,400/- as grade pay ) during UPSC CDS I training. “On successful completion of UPSC CDS I training the stipend admitted will be converted as pay for all purposes. However, the period of training shall not be treated as commissioned service.”

Once flight cadets are granted pay and allowances by government, the death cover would be Rupee50,000/- and the disability cover would be Rupee25,000/- for 100% disability.

This cover would be provided by AFGIS on payment of monthly non-refundable contribution of Rupee76/- by each flight cadet undergoing flying training for which membership would be compulsory.

Conditions Governing Financial Assistance :

i) While the cost of UPSC Combined Defence Services 1 training including accommodations, books, uniforms, boarding and medical treatment will be borne by Government, candidates will be expected to meet their pocket expenses themselves.

The minimum expenses at the Air Force Academy are not likely to exceed Rupee14,000 ( under revision ) per mensem. If a cadet’s parent or guardian is unable to meet wholly / partly even this expenditure, financial assistance may be granted by the Government.

No cadet whose parent or guardian has an income of Rupee750/- or above per month would be eligible for the grant of the financial assistance. The immovable property and other assets and income from all sources are also taken into account for determining the eligibility for financial assistance.

The parent / guardian of a candidate desirous of having any financial assistance, should immediately, after his son / ward has been finally selected for training at the Air Force Academy, submit an application for UPSC Combined Defence Services I through the District Magistrate of his district who will, with his recommendations, forward the UPSC Combined Defence Services I application to the Commandant, Pre Flying Training Courses, Begumpet.

ii) Candidates finally selected for training at the Air Force Academy will be required to deposit the following amount ( under revision ) with the Commandant on arrival.

TotalRupee 2340/
a) Pocket allowance for six months @ Rupee 140/- per monthRupee840/-
b) For item of clothing and equipmentRupee1500/-

Out of the amount mentioned above the following amount is refundable to the cadets in the event of financial assistance being sanctioned.

Pocket allowance for the six months @ Rupee 140/- per month – Rupee840/-.

, , , , , ,

Combined Defence Services Examination I – UPSC CDS Exam I 2017 Instructions

Subscribe

Subscribe to our e-mail newsletter to receive updates.

Related Keywords for Combined Defence Services Examination I – UPSC CDS Exam I 2017 Instructions : UPSC CDS I Exam Instructions 2017, UPSC CDS 1 Training Duration 2017, UPSC CDS I Merit List for Pilot 2017, Combined Defence Services Examination I – UPSC CDS Exam I 2017 Instructions, UPSC CDS 1 2017 Selection Test, UPSC CDS I Accommodations 2017, UPSC CDS 1 2017 Expenses for AFA, UPSC CDS I 2017 General Instruction, UPSC CDS 1 Allowance Details 2017, UPSC CDS I 2017 Interview, UPSC CDS 1 Benefits 2017, Benefits for Air Force CDS I 2017, UPSC CDS 1 Pay Details 2017, CDS Exam Feb 2017, Indian Air Force CDS Exam 2017, CDS Exam 1 2017 Notification, UPSC CDS Exam 1 Details 2017, UPSC Exam for Combined Defence Services 2017, UPSC CDS 1 Vacancies 2017, UPSC Combined Defence Service Exam Instructions 2017, Combined Defence Services Course 2017,

3 Responses to “Combined Defence Services Examination I – UPSC CDS Exam I 2017 Instructions”

  1. vikas g.shah November 11, 2012 at 10:49 am # Reply

    i have just pass 12th, so i can apply for cds exam.

  2. pratiyush December 17, 2012 at 1:30 am # Reply

    can a b.com pass student opt for air force as a career option

    • UpscExam December 17, 2012 at 9:55 am # Reply

      Hi

      Please see the qualification for CDS Exam details given below :

      CDS Educational Qualifications :

      1. For I.M.A. and Officers’ Training Academy : Degree of a recognised University or equivalent.

      2. For Indian Naval Academy : Degree in Engineering for CDSE and Degree in Engineering or B.Sc. ( with Physics or Mathematics ) for NCC entry.

      3. For Air Force Academy : Degree of recognized University ( with Physics and Mathematics at 10+2 level ) or Bachelor of Engineering.

      Graduates with first choice as Army / Navy / Air Force are to submit proof of graduation provisional certificates on the date of commencement of the SSB Interview at the SSB.

      Candidates who are studying in the final year Degree course and have yet to pass the final year degree examination can also apply but they will be required to submit proof of passing the degree examination to reach the Army HQ / Rtg.

      Regards.

Leave a Reply

Advertise with Us

Website For - Union Public Service Commission, Latest UPSC Exams Notifications, UPSC Recruitment Notifications, Popular UPSC Exams, UPSC Exam Dates, UPSC Exam Results, and all UPSC Exam Question Papers and Complete details about Union Public Service Commission in India.
Buffer