CDS (2) 2020 Application form Withdrawal Facility starts from September 1, 2020

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Aug 31, 2020

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Abanti Pramanik

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The Union Public Service Commission or UPSC conducts CDS exam twice every year. There is a unique provision to withdraw your application form for the exam within a designated time. For CDS (2) the application withdrawal facility will be made available from September 1-7, 2020. This facility is made available for candidates who do not wish to appear for the exam for any reason after filling the application form. However, the application fees will not be refunded. The CDS (2) application form was released in August 5, 2020. The form was available for fill up till August 24, 2020 and online fees was accepted till August 25, 2020. Also read- Selection Process in CDS exam

Candidates can fulfill the application form withdrawal process and cancel their application from the official website. The following steps let you withdraw the application form:

  • Visit the official website for the exam.
  • Log in using your registration ID and password.
  • Read all the instructions related to the application withdrawal and fill-up the form accordingly.
  • Incomplete applications cannot be withdrawn.
  • An OTP will be sent on the candidate’s registered mobile and email. The withdrawal of the form will be possible only after validating the withdrawal of the OTP.
  • For application form withdrawal, only online requests through the respective forms will be entertained.
  • Do note that, once you withdraw the application form, it cannot be revived.

CDS exam or the Combined Defense Service exam is conducted every year to recruit eligible candidates in the different wings of the army like the Indian Navy, Indian Air Force, and Indian Army. This year, the CDS (2) exam will be conducted in November 8, 2020.

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*The article might have information for the previous academic years, please refer the official website of the exam.

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