CHANDIGARH: More than 9,000 candidates attempted the CDS-I (Combined Defence Services) examination conducted by the Union Public Service Commission on Sunday at around 26 centres in Chandigarh. A total of 3,48,871 aspirants had registered for the exam nationwide.

Analyzing the CDS paper, defence career analyst Kunal Singh said, “While the English paper was moderate with conventional questions, general studies paper was undeniably tough, intricate, difficult as well as a back-breaker for an average aspirant with 24 current affairs, 27 challenging science, 28 invincible history polity questions, followed by 23 general affairs and economics questions. This section gave a tough time to aspirants to score even 35% in the paper which was more or less based on Civil Services exam pattern. Questions…

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