vikrant.shukla|Oct 22, 2021
CDS 2 2021 application to be issued tomorrow; check details here
Union Public Service Commission will issue the CDS 2, 2021 application form tomorrow in online mode on its official website. Know all important details related to CDS application form 2021.
NEW DELHI: The Union Public Service Commission will release the CDS 2 application form 2021 in online mode on its official website upsc.gov.in on August 4. All the candidates who wish to appear for the CDS 2021 exam, they can register for it. CDS 2 2021 exam will be conducted on November 14.
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The last date to fill the CDS 2 2021 application form will be mentioned in the official notification upon release. The CDS 2 exam is held for all those candidates who are aspiring to make their career in the field of armed forces.
CDS 2, 2021 Application and Exam Dates
Start date for filling CDS 2, 2021 application form
August 4, 2021
Last date to register for CDS 2 , 2021 form
August 24, 2021
CDS 2, 2021 exam date
November 14, 2021
What to keep ready before filling CDS 2 2021 application form
Candidates are required to keep the following documents and information ready before they start filling the application form:
Admit card of Class 10
Marksheet of Class 10 and 12
One photo-identity proof (Aadhaar Card/Voter Card/PAN Card/Passport/Driving License/Any other Photo ID Card issued by the State/Central Government)
Bank details to pay the fees online for CDS 2 2021 application form
Note: Candidates must ensure that they have scanned a copy of their signature and photograph ready and it should be as per the specifications that are mentioned in the official CDS 2 2021 notification.
CDS 2 2021 Eligibility Criteria
According to the CDS eligibility criteria, candidates must be a citizen of India and in order to apply to different wings of the armed forces they must meet the age criteria as well as the marital status.
Also candidates must meet the physical parameters that have been laid down by the UPSC. Some of the candidates are rejected on medical grounds, hence it is essential that they meet the physical parameters.