UPSC CDS 1 Admit Card 2022 Out: Union Public Service Commission has issued the CDS 1 Admit Card 2022 on 14th March 2022 to all the candidates who have submitted their applications for Combined Defence Service Examination (I) 2022 for 371 vacancies. CDS Admit Card 2022 Download Link has been made active on the official website https://www.upsc.gov.in/. To appear in the written test, the candidates have to carry their hard copy of the CDS Admit Card 2022 to the examination hall. The candidates who were waiting for their CDS Admit Card can now directly download from the below link which is now active. 

UPSC CDS Admit Card 2022

UPSC is going to conduct a written test for Combined Defence Services on 10th April 2022 (Sunday) for shortlisting eligible candidates for the Interview round for various posts in Indian Air Force, Indian Military Academy, Indian Naval Academy and Officer’s Training Academy. The candidates qualifying in the written test will be called for an interview round and medical examination for final selection. The candidates are advised to download UPSC CDS 1 Admit Card 2022 much before the exam date to avoid last-minute glitches. 

UPSC CDS 1 Admit Card 2022

Union Public Service Commission, UPSC has scheduled the CDS 1 Exam for 10th April 2022 and the link to download CDS Admit Card 2022 has been made available to download from the official website from 14th March 2022 onwards. Further details have been mentioned in the below table-

CDS Admit Card 2022- Overview

UPSC CDS 1 Admit Card 2022
OrganisationUnion Public Service Commission
Exam NameCDS 1 Exam
Vacancies371
CategoryAdmit Card
StatusReleased
UPSC CDS 1 Admit Card14th March 2022
CDS 1 Exam Date10th April 2022 (Sunday)
Duration of Exam2 hours (each paper)
Examination ModeOffline
Selection ProcessWritten Test- Interview- Medical Examination
Official Websitewww.upsc.gov.in

CDS 1 Admit Card Link

UPSC has activated the link for downloading UPSC CDS 1 Admit Card 2022 on its official website at upsc.gov.in on 14th March 2022. The candidates who are going to appear for the Combined Defence Examination on 10th April 2022, must download their UPSC CDS Admit Card now and keep a hardcopy ready in advance. To download your CDS 1 Admit Card, just click on the below link and enter your Registration ID or Roll Number allotted at the time of registration.

Direct Link to Download CDS 1 Admit Card 2022 [Active]

Steps to Download UPSC CDS Admit Card 2022

To download UPSC CDS Admit Card 2022 for Combined Defence Services Examination- I 2022 from the official website, the candidates must follow the below steps are discussed here. 

Step-1 Browse the official website of UPSC www.upsc.gov.in on your internet. 

Step-2 Scroll down the page and click on “Admit Cards”. 

Step-3 Now click on “E-Admit Cards for various Examinations of UPSC”.

Step-4 Now click on Download displayed in front of “Combined Defence Services Examination (I), 2022”.

Step-5 A new opens, again click on “Click Here”. 

Step-6 A instruction pdf will open, take a printout of the pdf as it is mandatory. 

Step-7 Now click on either ‘By Registration Number’ or ‘By Roll Number’ 

Step-8 Enter the details required, captcha and click on ‘Submit’ 

Step-9 Your UPSC Combined Defence Service (CDS-1) Admit Card appears on the screen, download and take a printout of the same. 

CDS Exam Pattern for IMA, INA, AFA

1. There are three subjects for IMA, INA, AFA- English, General Knowledge, and Elementary Mathematics. 

2. The time duration for each subject is 2 hours (120 minutes). 

3. The language of the test will be Hindi and English. 

4. There will be 100 Objective type questions in each subject. 

For Indian Military Academy, Indian Naval Academy and Air Force Academy
SNoSubjectMaximum MarksDuration
1English1002 hours
2General Knowledge1002 hours
3Elementary Mathematics1002 hours

CDS Exam Pattern for OTA

1. There are two subjects for OTA- English and General Knowledge

2. The time duration for each subject is 2 hours (120 minutes). 

3. The language of the test will be Hindi and English. 

4. There will be 100 Objective type questions in each subject. 

For Officers’ Training Academy
SNoSubjectMaximum MarksDuration
1English1002 hours
2General Knowledge1002 hours

Check Detailed CDS Syllabus & Exam Pattern 2022

Details Mentioned on UPSC CDS Admit Card 2022

On UPSC CDS Admit Card, the following details are mentioned on the candidate's CDS Admit Card 2022. Any mistake in the details must be corrected through the office at the earliest. 

  1. Candidate’s name
  2. Roll number
  3. Registration number
  4. Date of birth
  5. Exam date and time
  6. Examination venue
  7. Photo of applicant
  8. Father’s name
  9. Candidates signature
  10. UPSC CDS Exam day guidelines
  11. COVID-19 guidelines and more

CDS-1 Exam Centre

The Combined Defence Services Examination- I has been scheduled at various centres. The candidate has been allotted to the exam centre which they have chosen at the time of registration on their UPSC CDS 1 Call Letter 2022.

AgartalaGhaziabadPanaji (Goa)
AgraGorakhpurPatna
AjmerGurgaonPort Blair
AhmedabadGwaliorPrayagraj (Allahabad)
AizawlHyderabadPuducherry
AligarhImphalPune
Almora (Uttarakhand)IndoreRaipur
Anantapur (Andhra Pradesh)ItanagarRajkot
AurangabadJabalpurRanchi
BengaluruJaipurSambalpur
BareillyJammuShillong
BhopalJodhpurShimla
BilaspurJorhatSiliguri
ChandigarhKochiSrinagar
ChennaiKohimaSrinagar (Uttarakhand)
CoimbatoreKolkataThane
CuttackKozhikodeThiruvananthapuram
DehradunLehTiruchirapalli
DelhiLucknowTirupati
DharwadLudhianaUdaipur
DispurMaduraiVaranasi
FaridabadMumbaiVellore
GangtokMysoreVijayawada
GayaNagpurVisakhapatnam
Gautam Buddh NagarNavi MumbaiWarangal

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UPSC CDS Admit Card 2022: FAQs

Ans. UPSC CDS 1 has been scheduled for 10th April 2022 (Sunday).

Ans. Yes, UPSC CDS 1 Admit Card 2022 has been released on 14th March 2022.

Ans. The direct link to download CDS 1 Admit Card has been provided in the article or you can download it from the official website @upsc.gov.in

Ans. To download CDS Admit Card 2022, a candidates require their Registration ID or Roll Number which is to be similar as at the time of registration.

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