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CDS 2 2023 OTA Chennai Merit List – 271 Candidates Recommended

This announcement marks a significant milestone in the careers of these young aspirants, paving the way for their future endeavors in the defence sector.

The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has released the merit list for admission to the Officers Training Academy (OTA) in Chennai, detailing the selection of 271 candidates based on the Combined Defence Services Examination (II) of 2023. This rigorous selection process includes both the written examination conducted by UPSC and subsequent interviews by the Services Selection Board of the Ministry of Defence.

The merit list is divided into two segments: the 120th Short Service Commission Course (NT) for Men and the 34th Short Service Commission Women (Non-Technical) Course, both set to commence in October 2024. A total of 204 candidates have been recommended for the men’s course, with an additional 67 female candidates qualifying for the women’s course.

Detailed Breakdown of Courses and Vacancies

The vacancies for the courses were previously specified by the government, with 169 slots for the men’s course and 16 for the women’s course. Notably, the men’s course list also includes candidates who had been recommended for admission to other prestigious institutions like the Indian Military Academy in Dehradun, Naval Academy in Ezhimala, Kerala, and Air Force Academy in Hyderabad.

Selection Process and Candidate Information

It’s important to note that the results from the Medical Examination have not been included in the preparation of this merit list. All selected candidates hold provisional status pending the verification of their date of birth and educational qualifications, which will be conducted by the Army Headquarters.

For candidates seeking more information or wishing to review their personal scores, the UPSC has made provisions on its official website (http://www.upsc.gov.in). The scores will be posted within 15 days from the final result declaration and will remain accessible for 30 days.

CDS 1 2024 OTA Toppers

CDS 1 2024 Men Toppers

RankRoll NumberCandidate Name
11301197DWIVEDI VEDPRAKASH SUBHASHCHAND
28800375RAJAT KUMAR
33509063RANVEER SINGH
45400752ANKIT SINGH BISHT
56602102PAWAR TANMAY GANGADHAR
61501765VISHAL SHAHI
75400676SUMIT YADAV
83501553HITESH
95901024ABHIMANYU SINGH KUSHWAHA
100800840MAHESH CHANDRA

CDS 1 2024 Women Toppers

RankRoll NumberCandidate Name
13506791SAKSHI NARWAL
26604668KASHISH METHWANI
36800743TANISHA SONI
40827595MANISHA SINGH
54901134DEEPSHIKHA SHARMA
67000677DIKSHA MEHTA
70817953SHIKHA
80822053SHREYA MANN
95200527ATMIKA GUPTA
100303305MUKKATIRA NARENDRANATH NANDIKA

Among the top achievers for the 120th Short Service Commission Course (NT) for men are Dwivedi Vedprakash Subhashchand, Rajat Kumar, and Ranveer Singh, indicating a strong representation of talent. For the women’s 34th Short Service Commission (Non-Technical) course, leading candidates include Sakshi Narwal, Kashish Methwani, and Tanisha Soni.

Additional Resources and Public Disclosure

The UPSC also encourages the public disclosure of scores and other details for candidates who were not recommended. This transparency initiative allows such individuals to access and download their marks, fostering an open and fair process.

For any further information or clarifications, candidates can reach out to the UPSC Facilitation Counter on the commission’s campus, available on working days between 10.00 AM and 5.00 PM.

This announcement marks a significant milestone in the careers of these young aspirants, paving the way for their future endeavors in the defence sector.

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