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CDSE SYLLABUS

The UPSC conducts a written exam called CDS Examination for the recruitment of the applicable aspirants. The CDS Exam Syllabus is very important to be read out for passing the exam. The exam comprises three basic subjects English, General Knowledge and Mathematics. These three subjects include various topics. The CDS Exam Syllabus Details will give the detailed information regarding the subjects as given below

PAPER 1 : ENGLISH


The objective type question paper is designed to examine the understanding of English of the applicants. English question paper of CDS Exam includes passage for answering few questions related to that passage.

PAPER 2 : GENERAL KNOWLEDGE


General Knowledge question paper in CDS examination includes knowledge of current topics and of matters which are observing every day. The aspirants must be able to answer scientific aspects without any particular scientific study. They should have knowledge of History of India and Geographical issues without any specific study. The applicants must be able to answer these general knowledge questions to pass this test.

PAPER 3 : ELEMENTARY MATHEMATICS


The question paper in English will be designed to test the candidate’s understanding of English and workman like use of words. The syllabus covers various aspects like : Grammar and usage, vocabulary, comprehension and cohesion in extended text to test the candidate’s proficiency in English

  • Arithmetic : Aspirants need to perform well in arithmetic which includes Number System, Fundamental Operations, Unitary Methods, and Elementary Number Theorems etc.
  • Algebra : The applicants should able to solve basic operations, Remainder Theorem, Quadratic Equations, Linear equations and practical problems etc.
  • Geometry : The candidates should able to answer geometric questions which contain Lines and angles, plane and plane figures and their related questions.
  • Trigonometry : The applicants need to know the values of Sine x, cosine x and tangent x.
  • Menstruation : All candidates applying for the test should have knowledge of calculating areas of squares, rectangles, triangles, circles and parallelograms etc.
  • Statistics : Everyone needs to know the collection and tabulation of data, histograms, pie and bar charts etc.

All these above mentioned fields have been included in the mathematics question paper so the aspirants must have good knowledge in elementary mathematics. The candidates need to be good in calculation and more basic operations so that they can perform well in the examination.


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