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DAF registration problems

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Many candidates face DAF registration problems while filling the online daf mains form. See the link below for full details. also see for other confusion regarding daf filling.

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i have mailed on web@ upsc.com watecr it was too…no reply since last
morning…..no good rply on phn…. one person said to come to UPSC and
meet sm person….i guess i vll wait for a day or two and thn try to go
to delhi by myself to solve the problem
dude, i got th reply from the same mail … they reinstalled my account and asked me to re-register.. i did and i got my password nw.. do try again , hope it works 🙂

 

DAF URGent—REGISTRATION PROBLEM

I decided to fill up my DAF form yesterday…when i tried REGISTERING, it says that you have already registered…

but i did not …whats the likely problem…what can be done now…?…

 

i think they will reply u after resetting…….. but i dont hav exact idea abt how long it will take as i didnt face this problem.  i replied u after reading others comments in the following thread.

u can see the preview before final submission n if u wish to change any info then u can go to that module and after making modification click on save n continue. no modification can be done after final submission.  btw i hav not submitted finally though i hav filled up all modules n seen preview of form n summary sheet.

.i have just one query.that after final submission can we view the finally submitted form the next day on the website. or will i have to save the final document on the computer and use a pen drive????as i dont have a printer at home.nor do i have a pen drive..(i live in a suburban)

so in that case can i just log on to the Upsc site from a cyber cafe after submitting my form from my home computer ,?also how many pages finally as i  would like to know the cost and will go to the cheapest cafe>>>

I have a question regarding home state and cadre choices… Please help me in making an informed decision

Being from defence background I have done my schooling across India, engg frm Tamil Nadu and worked at Bangalore for 2 years…

After retirement my father has settled in Bangalore and is residing there since 2005 … Can I put Karnataka as my home state?

But in case of my cadre preferences I have put UP ( birth place of my parents) as my first choice followed by its adjoining states. I have put Karnataka and other south Indian states very low in order…Will this lead to problem in interview?

Please share your opinion asap.

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August 11th, 2012 at 3:42 pm

upsc civil service exam 2012 forms are out

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upsc civils or upsc pt forms are out. Last date to apply is 5 march 2012.

The only way to apply is online. So don’t think of visiting the upsc forms and upsc will not be accepting offline forms at its windows like earlier.

Be careful while filling the online upsc forms. It has so happened in the past that upsc has rejected online forms for minor issues like inadequate photo size etc.

So have someone who knows things online if you are not comfortable with online applications and internet life.

All the best to all upsc aspirants.

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February 6th, 2012 at 8:27 am

UPSC will not charge any examination fee from females

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In the recently notified UPSC Civil Services Examination (also called the IAS Exam/examination by many), the Union Public Service Commission has decided to give fee exemption to females along with the SCs, STs and the PH category. This is a welcome step and probably will be admitted in the UPSC examination system and be applied to all the exams conducted by the commission.

Please note that this fee is the remission on the 50 Rupees fee to be paid after buying the application form. Women and everyone else (including the SC, ST, PH category candidates) have to buy the UPSC forms in 20 Rupees and there is no fee rebate on that.

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January 4th, 2010 at 6:10 pm