NDA II 2020: Application Form Withdrawal Closing on July 19; Read More

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Jul 18, 2020

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Samrat Roy

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Union Public Service Commission introduced the facility to withdraw NDA & NA (II), 2020 applications from Jul 13 to Jul 19, 2020

The Commission of the Public Service of the Union shall submit an online request for withdrawal of applications for the NDA & NA(II) 2020 examination until tomorrow, i.e. July 19, 2020.

The link to withdraw applications for the NDA & NA (II) 2020 exam is active as scheduled from 13 July 2020.

Applicants who have previously applied for the NDA & NA (II) 2020 exam may now withdraw their applications by clicking on the withdrawal link on the official website, i.e. upsconline.nic.in.

The applicants concerned are reminded again that the last date of withdrawal of the NDA & NA (II) 2020 applications is tomorrow, i.e. On July 19, 2020.

Candidates must also note that the application fee can not be refunded even if the applicant withdraws the application.

UPSC carried out an online registration & application process for the NDA & NA(II) 2020 review earlier in June 2020. Check Exam Dates

The online application process began on 16 June 2020 with the release of the official notification for the examination.

The online application process was concluded on 6 July 2020 in accordance with the schedule announced by the Commission.

However, UPSC has introduced the facility to withdraw application forms for candidates who have applied online but do not wish to appear in the exam.

However, as far as the details of the withdrawal of the application form for the NDA & NA(II) 2020 exam are concerned, only those candidates who have successfully completed their application process will be able to withdraw their applications within the specified timeframe. Check  Exam Pattern

In the official notification to NDA & NA (II), 2020 the Union Public Service Commission has already been informed that the withdrawal facility can be used as per schedule.

The terms and conditions of the withdrawal of the application form have also been clearly stated. Incomplete applications may not be withdrawn.

Such applications include those which were not fully completed prior to submission and/or for which the applicants did not pay the application fee.

The Commission has released a complete list of fictitious candidates whose applications have been rejected due to non-payment of the application fee. Consequently, such candidates can not benefit from the withdrawal of the application form. Check  Syllabus

In addition to the terms and conditions mentioned above, it has also been notified earlier that the withdrawal of an application is entirely voluntary and that the Commission is not liable for the refund of the application fee that has already been paid.

After much, ado and delay due to the ongoing COVID-19 crisis in India, the UPSC decided to conduct a joint entrance examination for NDA & NA (I), 2020 and NDA & NA (II), 2020 on 6 September 2020.

Subsequently, NDA & NA (I) 2020 applicants were also given the opportunity to withdraw their applications under similar terms and conditions. Check  Selection Process

Now that the NDA & NA (II) application process is also concluded, the withdrawal link for the application is activated until the last date.

Candidates who are willing to withdraw their applications have to click on the ONLINE REQUEST FOR WITHDRAWAL OF APPLICATION FOR VARIOUS EXAMINATIONS OF UPSC link on the aforementioned website. Check  Preparation Tips

Subsequently, by providing the registration ID, candidates can generate a One Time Password.

The OTP is sent to the applicant's registered mobile number/email address. Only by providing the OTP can a candidate proceed to withdraw his or her applications. OTPs may only be generated by 5.00 p.m. on the last date of withdrawal of the application form.

Consequently, those who have decided to withdraw their applications must do so without further delay. Download  Practice Papers

Once the withdrawal process has been completed, a self-generated notification can be received via the registered mobile number/email address of the candidate.

If a candidate does not withdraw his or her application but receives such confirmation, he or she must contact the Commission immediately at upscsoap@nic.in.

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

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