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    I have got selected in CMS exam conducted by UPSC. If I join the service and get the PG seat next year. Can I leave the job and do my post graduation? Is there any guideline regarding this?

    sir, i've been selected in cms exam conducted by upsc. if i join the service and if i get the pg seat next year can i leave the job and do my post graduate. is there any guideline for this.. plz guide me sir thank you...

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    Re: I have got selected in CMS exam conducted by UPSC. If I join the service and get the PG seat next year. Can I leave the job and do my post graduation? Is there any guideline regarding this?





    Hi Aspirant,

    Yes friend you can leave the CMS job to complete your post graduation.

    But in such condition you will have to request to your CMS department to leave the job and there is also condition to leave the job.

    I think you will have to pay the amount of money.

    This amount may be 2 lakh to 8 lakh.

    In actual at the time of joining you will have to fill the bond that you cannot leave the job in a specific tenure of time.

    If you violate this bond, you will have to pay the amount mentioned in the bond.

    For more information visit http://upsc.gov.in

    Best of Lucků

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    Re: I have got selected in CMS exam conducted by UPSC. If I join the service and get the PG seat next year. Can I leave the job and do my post graduation? Is there any guideline regarding this?

    Don't worry friend you can leave the job at any times.

    if next year you got selected for the PG seat.

    You can quit from CMS job and take admission in PG college

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    Re: I have got selected in CMS exam conducted by UPSC. If I join the service and get the PG seat next year. Can I leave the job and do my post graduation? Is there any guideline regarding this?

    Yes you can leave the CMS job to complete your post graduation.

    But in such condition you will have to request to your CMS department to leave the job and there is also condition to leave the job.

    I think you will have to pay the amount of money.

    This amount may be 2 lakh to 8 lakh.

    In actual at the time of joining you will have to fill the bond that you cannot leave the job in a specific tenure of time.

    If you violate this bond, you will have to pay the amount mentioned in the bond.

    For more information visit http://upsc.gov.in

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    Re: I have got selected in CMS exam conducted by UPSC. If I join the service and get the PG seat next year. Can I leave the job and do my post graduation? Is there any guideline regarding this?

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    sir, i've been selected in cms exam conducted by upsc. if i join the service and if i get the pg seat next year can i leave the job and do my post graduate. is there any guideline for this.. plz guide me sir thank you...
    Hello,You can leave the CMS job to complete your post graduation.But in such condition you will have to request to your CMS department to leave the job and there is also condition to leave the job.I think you will have to pay the amount of money.This amount may be 2 lakh to 8 lakh.In actual at the time of joining you will have to fill the bond that you cannot leave the job in a specific tenure of time.If you violate this bond, you will have to pay the amount mentioned in the bond.For more information visit http://upsc.gov.inGood Luck.....

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