OTP Technical Glitches ISRO CSIR Combined Administrative Services Examination (CASE) Recruitment 2023 Application Process on Last Day

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The ISRO CSIR Combined Administrative Services Examination (CASE) Recruitment 2023 encounters last-minute turmoil as its application portal faces technical glitches, preventing candidates from submitting applications on the deadline day.

New Delhi, January 12, 2024 – In a last-minute hurdle for aspiring candidates, the official website for the ISRO CSIR Combined Administrative Services Examination (CASE) Recruitment 2023 faced technical issues today, coinciding with the application deadline. Aspirants looking to apply for the coveted positions of Section Officer (SO) and Assistant Section Officer (ASO) encountered significant challenges while attempting to submit their applications.

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The primary concern reported by applicants was the failure of the website to process One-Time Passwords (OTPs) accurately. Many candidates expressed frustration as the system rejected correct OTPs sent to both mobile numbers and email addresses, preventing them from completing the application process.

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This unexpected glitch has raised concerns among applicants who had diligently prepared for the recruitment process and were eager to meet the deadline. The limited time frame compounded the stress for candidates striving to overcome the technical barrier and submit their applications on time.

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ISRO and CSIR officials have been made aware of the situation, and efforts are underway to address the technical issues promptly. Aspirants are advised to remain patient and vigilant while attempting to submit their applications, and additional updates regarding the rectification of the website issues are expected shortly.

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Given the gravity of the situation, it is recommended that candidates keep a close eye on the official communication channels of ISRO and CSIR for any announcements regarding the extension of the application deadline or alternative solutions to accommodate affected applicants.

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The incident serves as a reminder of the importance of robust technical infrastructure in online examination processes, especially during critical periods such as application deadlines. The authorities are expected to take swift action to rectify the issues and ensure a fair and smooth application process for all aspirants.

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