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UPSC CDS-I Examination 2011

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Combined Defence Services Examination (CDS) (I), 2011 including SSC (Women Non-Technical) Course
The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) will hold the Combined Defence Services Examination (CDS) (I), 2011 on 13th February, 2011 for admission to Indian Military Academy, Naval Academy amd Air force Academy for the Cources commencing in January, 2011 and Officers Training Academy, Chennai for the cources (Men and Women) commencing in April, 2012.
Vacancies :
  • Indian Military Academy, Dehradun : 250 posts
  • Naval Academy, Goa : 40 posts
  • Air Force Academy, Hyderabad : 32 posts
  • Officers Training Academy , Chennai : 175 posts
  • Officers Training Academy, Chennai (Women) : 25 posts
  • Conditions of Eligibility
How to Apply : Offline - All applications must reach the "SController of Examination, Union Public Service Commission, Dholpur house, Shahjahan Road, New Delhi - 110069" either by hand or by Post/Speed Post only or by Courier, on or before 25th October, 2010.
Online - Candidate can also apply online at http://upsconline.nic.in/ upto 25/10/2010 11.59 pm.
Complete datails and other information are available at the commission website at http://upsc.gov.in/exams/notifications/cds1-2011/ntf-index.htm
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