UPSC CDS 2 admit card 2016
So hows your preparation is going on for the combined defence service examination. The UPSC is going to conducts the written exam for the combined defence services (CDS) on 23rd October 2016 at various exams centres across the country. Lakhs of candidates who are searching for the exam have applied for it and are searching for the UPSC CDS 2 admit card 2016 since then. The union public service commission has now released the admit card for the written exam in their official site, www.upsc.gov.in. The candidates can download the same from the direct link provided below. The UPSC CDS hall ticket is the mandatory document from the exam point of view. So the candidates are advised to download it before the exam date. For more details about the exam read the full article.
UPSC CDS 2 exam 2016 hall ticket
The union public service commission is shortly abbreviated as the UPSC. The commission is established on 1st October 1826 and it is headquartered in New Delhi. It is a central level government organization established to conducts various exam. The main aim of the organization is to conducts various recruitment exam to appoint qualified candidates at central levels. Few months back the organization has released the UPSC combined defence services examination (CDSE) II notification. The interested and eligible aspirants who are waiting for this opportunity had showed their response and applied for it. The UPSC CDS 2 admit card are now uploaded by the officials in their official site, www.upsc.gov.in. The UPSC will conduct an all India written exam for 143rd course in Indian military academy, Indian naval academy, air force and Officers training academy. The candidates have to visit the official site and submit all the details to download the admit card.
UPSC CDS II call letter
The admit cards for the combined defence services II exam has been now available for download. The candidates who have applied for the exam can download it from the direct link provided below. The written exam for the CDS will be conducted as follows. The exam is conducted in the form of three papers i.e of english, Maths and General Knowledge. All the three papers will be of 100 marks and to be solved in a time duration of 2 hrs each. Based on the cut off marks to be decided by the UPSC a merit list will be made. The shortlisted candidates will be called for the interview round. The candidates are advised to download the admit card before the exam date. Without admit card the candidates will not be allowed to write the exam. Keep in touch with us for latest updates about the exam.