CDS 2020 Admit Card Released; Know Details Here

CDS 2020 Admit Card Released; Know Details Here
Shristi Kirti | Jan 9, 2020 - 2:27 p.m. IST
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NEW DELHI, JANUARY 10: Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has released the admit card of CDS 2020 on January 09 in online mode at its official website - To download CDS admit card, candidates have to use their registration/roll number and date of birth. The admit card of CDS contains details related to the candidates and the examination like name, father's name, registration number, roll number, category, date and time of the exam, exam centre details etc. Ensuring all the details to be correct, candidates must get the admit card printed and bring it to the exam centre on the exam day. Along with the admit card, the candidate must also bring one of the prescribed photo ID proofs. Here are some easy steps by which you can download CDS admit card.

How to download CDS admit card?

  • Visit the official website of UPSC -

  • Click on ‘E-admit card for various examinations of UPSC’

  • Click on 'E-Admit card link' of CDS 2020

  • Select ‘Click Here’

  • Read instructions and click on ‘Yes’

  • Enter your registration ID or Date of Birth to download admit card

  • Click on submit

  • The screen will then display CDS admit card

Candidates must check all the details mentioned in the admit card of CDS and take a print out. Candidate must bring the admit card to the exam centre on exam day along one of the following photo ID proof:

  • Aadhar Card

  • Voter ID

  • Passport

  • School Identity Card

  • PAN Card

It is also advised to carry a passport size colour photograph and black ballpoint pen to mark your answers on the OMR sheet.

Combined Defense Services (CDS) exam is for recruitment of candidates as commissioned officers in the Indian Military Academy, Indian Air Force Academy, Indian Naval Academy, and Officers Training Academy.

CDS (I) 2020 is scheduled to be held on February 02 while CDS (II) is to be held on November 08.

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