CDS Exam Centres 2020 - Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has mentioned CDS 2020 exam centres in its official notification on October 30. The exam centres of CDS 2020 includes the list of states and cities where the exam will be conducted. Candidates must check CDS exam centres 2020 before applying for the examination. The exam conducting authorities have released a list of 41 cities for CDS 2020 exam centres across the country where exam will be held. Candidates have to enter three exam centre of CDS 2020 as per their choices while filling the application form. The exam centres are allotted on a ‘first apply, first allot’ basis so candidates must apply for CDS exam on priority basis. Read complete article to know about CDS (I) exam centres 2020 in details while applying for the exam.
CDS 2020 (I) exam will be conducted in pen and paper mode on February 2. Candidates who wish to pursue their career as commissioned officers in Indian Navy, Air Force and Army should qualify the exam.Latest: CDS written exam result 2020 declared in pdf file- Check Here
Candidates can check unofficial CDS Answer Key on February 2
UPSC has released the exam centres of CDS (I) 2020 along with the notification.The exam will be conducted in a total of 41 cities across the country. CDS exam centre cities are listed in the table below.
Jammu and Kashmir
Andaman and Nicobar
Candidates cannot change their allotted CDS exam centre 2020 under any circumstances.
Candidates can find name, address, and code of their allotted exam centre printed on the CDS admit card 2020.
Applicants must note that there is a limit on the number of candidates allotted to each of the CDS 2020 exam centres except Chennai, Delhi, Dispur, Kolkata and Nagpur.
Candidates should fill CDS application form 2020 early to get exam centres of their preference.
Candidates are required to report at the allotted CDS exam centre 2020 on the exam day on the specified time
Candidates have to report early to CDS 2020 exam centres prior to one hour of commencement of the exam.
Allotment of CDS exam centres 2020 has been done on 'first apply, first allot' basis, based on the capacity of a particular centre, once the capacity is full, the candidates have been allotted other exam centres as per their second and third preferences.
Given below is a list of things that candidates can carry inside the examination hall of CDS I 2020.
Clipboard/ Hardboard (with nothing written on it)
Black ball point pen to mark responses in the OMR sheet
List of things that candidates are not allowed in the exam halls of CDS II is given below.
Electronic or any other calculators
Mathematical and drawing instruments
Stencils of maps
Rough sheets from earlier sessions
Electronics like mobile phones, bluetooth, pagers or any other communication devices
Exam conducting authorities had issued the admit card of CDS I 2020 on January 9 in online mode to candidates who had successfully filled the application form. As per CDS exam dates applicants have to appear for the exam in offline mode. Candidates had to login using their registration ID and date of birth to download their admit card. Details like name of the candidate, roll number, registration number, category, exam date, reporting time, exam centre address, etc. are mentioned on the admit card. Candidates must carry their admit card to CDS exam centres 2020 or else they will not be permitted to take the exam.
Commission declares the result of CDS 2020 for written and final stage of exam separately. UPSC has released the result of written exam on March 23 in pdf file. Authorities has prepared the result as per the correct CDS answer key. Applicants who qualify the CDS written exam will be invited to appear for SSB round of selection process. UPSC will prepare the final result of successful candidates who will secure CDS cut off marks as per merit list.
Candidates have to select three exam centres as per their preference.Candidates are allotted centres according to their preference 1, 2 and 3.
No, the examination authority will not allow the candidates to change the exam centres after the final submission of the CDS application form. Therefore, candidates are advised to select the exam centres based on proximity and convenience.
The option to select exam centres will show up while filling the application form. Candidates will be required to fill in three exam centres choices.
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Yes you can apply for CDS in 2023. According to CDS eligibility criteria candidate's minimum age should be 20 & maximum age should be 24 years. Candidate also have to pass their graduation or appearing for the final year to give the examination. To know more about CDS eligibility criteria click here
yes you can apply for CDS exam even if you have spectacles however you will not be able to get into the air force and flying department because of your spectacles.
you could however go for logistics and administration even if you have your spectacles.
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Yes, you are eligible for appearing for cds ota & afa.
I hope this clears you doubt.
As per the latest eligibility criteria of CDS 2020, the candidates between 20 to 24 years are eligible to give this exam.
You are 26 now which means you are above 24 years of age now, so you are not eligible for the respective exam in each and every course ranging from IMA to OTA.
You can go for Indian Army recruitments now.
Feel free to ask doubts in the Comment Section.
You may refer to this
for more information about CDS 2020 Eligibility criteria.
I hope this information helps you.
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