CDS Results 2019: Odisha Born Aditi Parida Tops Exam.

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CDS results 2019: Aditi of Odisha wanted to join Indian Army since childhood, topped exam

CDS Results 2019: Aditi of Odisha wanted to join the Indian Army since childhood, topped the exam

Aditi is the first woman from Odisha to top the CDS exam and has been selected for the training of a military officer.

Bangalore: Odisha-born Aditi Parida has topped the Combined Defense Services (CDS) II, 2019 examination (women). Official sources gave this information. Merit list of a total of 241 candidates has been released. Aditi is the first woman from Odisha to top the CDS exam and has been selected for the training of a military officer. Aditi completed her graduation in mass communication from Symbiosis College, Pune in the summer of this year and also the topper of her batch 2017-2020.

Aditi Parida is a good classical dancer of Bharatanatyam.

Aditi Parida, who is a combination of knowledge and art, is also a good classical dancer of Odissi and Bharatanatyam. The daughter of a brigadier of the Indian Army, Aditi is also credited with being the champion of the National Debate Competition between Army schools in 2016. Sources said that She is a very good volleyball player, and has represented her university.

174 candidates passed in the male category, 67 passed in the female category

There are 241 candidates in the merit list. Among them, there are 174 candidates who have passed the examination for Officers Training Academy in Chennai for short service commission course (non-technical) in the male category. Apart from this, there are 67 such candidates who have passed the examination for Officers Training Academy in Chennai for short service commission course (non-technical) in women category.

wanted to join the Indian Army since childhood

Aditi said I wanted to join the Indian Army since childhood. I was born and brought up in a military environment because my father is serving as a Brigadier. Serving Bharat Mata was my life’s dream.

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