NDA Exam Centre 2020 - Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) mentions the lists of NDA 2020 exam centres in its official notification. NDA exam centres are the venues wherein the exam would be held. NDA 2020 exam will be conducted across 41 exam centres in 30 States and Union Territories of the country. The exam centres will be allotted to candidates on the basis of the centres selected at the time of filling the application form. It is to be kept in mind that there is a ceiling on the number of candidates alloted to each NDA exam centres except Chennai, Dispur, Kolkata and Nagpur. Allotment to each centre will be on first-apply-first-allot basis. NDA exam is conducted twice a year, NDA (I) and NDA (II) in April 19 and September 6 respectively. Candidates are encouraged to fill the NDA 2020 application early so that they get an exam centre of NDA 2020 of their choice. Candidates can find the allotment details of NDA exam centre 2020 on their respective admit cards. NDA 2020 exam centres once allotted cannot be changed under any circumstances. To know the list of NDA exam centres 2020, go through the article below.Latest: NDA Application Form 2020 begins on Jan 8
It is to be noted that National Defence Academy (NDA) and Naval Academy (NA) examination is conducted for admission to Army, Navy and Air Force. Candidates who are between 16.5 to 19.5 years of age can apply for NDA 2020 exam. The selection process of NDA exam comprises of two stages – written and Service Selection Board (SSB) interview. Candidates must be physically fit according to the physical standards mentioned in the guidelines of the official notification.
Andaman and Nicobar
Delhi and New Delhi
Jammu and Kashmir
Bareilly, Lucknow, Prayagraj (Allahabad)
Candidates are required to opt for three NDA exam centres while filling the application form.
Allotment to each NDA exam centres will be on first-apply-first-allot basis.
Applicants need to keep in mind that there is a ceiling on the number of candidates alloted to each centres for NDA 2020 except Chennai, Dispur, Kolkata and Nagpur. Hence, they must fill the application form as early as possible to get a centre of their choice.
Applicants must select test cities for NDA 2020 exam centres wisely keeping in mind several factors like distance from their home, feasibility in transport, traffic jams and weather conditions.
UPSC also reserves the right to change the applicant’s choice of NDA 2020 centres at their discretion if the situation demands.
Details about the exam centres of NDA 2020 exam will be mentioned in the admit card of candidates.
If any candidate appears at NDA 2020 examination centre other than the one indicated in the e-admit card, their papers will not be evaluated and their candidature to the NDA examination 2020 will be cancelled.
Exam centres of NDA 2020 once allotted cannot be changed under any circumstances.
If possible, applicants should visit the 2020 NDA exam centres one day before the exam date to have an idea of the route, traffic and to avoid last-minute confusions.
Candidates must carefully read and adhere to all the instructions printed on the admit card regarding the NDA exam centres 2020.
Candidates must reach their allotted NDA exam centres 2020 at least 1 hour in advance.
Applicants should carry a good quality print of their NDA 2020 e-admit card. Candidates will NOT be allowed to appear in the exam without their admit card.
Applicants also need to carry any one valid photo ID in original- PAN card/ driving license/ voter id/ passport/ aadhaar card/aadhaar enrolment receipt/ ration card to the NDA 2020 exam centres.
Phone/ microphone/ pager, calculator, camera, tape recorder, any metallic item or electronic gadgets etc. are not allowed in the examination room/ hall.
UPSC has released the NDA (I) application form 2020 on January 8 with the notification. The last date to apply online for NDA 2020 is January 28. Candidates need to apply for the NDA 2020 examination in two parts. In part-I, the basic details like name, address, academic details etc of an aspirant are registered. While in part-II, scanned photograph and signature of the candidate is to be uploaded in the pre-defined format and online payment is made accordingly. The candidates whose application is successfully filled will be issued an admit card for NDA 2020 (I) to be held on April 19, 2020. The print out of the application form and the payment receipt is to be kept for further reference.
Candidates who have successfully applied can download their admit card of NDA 2020 in online mode tentatively from March 29. The last date to download the NDA admit card is April 19. To download the admit card of NDA, candidates have to provide their registration id/ roll number and date of birth in the login window of the commission. The admit card of UPSC NDA 2020 contains the details related to the candidate and the examination. Alongwith a good print of the NDA 2020 admit card, a candidate must carry a valid photo ID proof on the date of examination.
The following items are allowed entry to an NDA exam centre: E-admit card downloaded from UPSC website, a valid photo ID proof in original, black pen, hardboard/ clipboard with no markings on it.
There can be many exam centres in a particular city depending on the number of candidates appearing from that city. But aspirants are advised to apply as early as possible to make sure they are allotted a centre of their choice.
Exam centres once allotted cannot be changed under any circumstances. Candidates while filling their application form are made to choose three centres of their choice. Among the chosen three centres, one centre is allotted to the candidate for appearing the exam on the given date. Aspirants are advised to give sufficient time on the day of exam for their commute so that they reach the allotted centre on time.
The address of the NDA 2020 exam centre with a pin code will be mentioned in the e-admit card downloaded by you.
Candidates appearing for SSB interview for the first time for a particular type of Commission i.e. Permanent or Short Service, shall be entitled for AC III Tier to and fro railway fare or bus fare including reservation cum sleeper charges within the Indian limits. Candidates who apply again for the same type of Commission will not be entitled to travelling allowance on any subsequent occasion.
The official notification for NDA 2020 will be available from January 8, 2020 on the UPSC website, upsconline.nic.in.
The NDA application form 2020 will start from January 8 to Jan 28, 2020
Candidates whose admit cards are not available at the website or there are errors in name, date of birth, father’s and mother’s name etc should immediately contact the facilitation counter of UPSC. While reporting for any issue, candidates need to provide the name and year of examination, their name, roll number (if received), registration id and postal address as given in the application in all correspondences to UPSC.The contact details of UPSC are given below.Union Public Service CommissionDholpur House, Shahjahan Road,New Delhi - 110069www.upsc.gov.in
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As a 11th standard student you are not eligible for NDA exam as the candidate must have passed or must be appearing for the 12th standard exams from any recognized board. It is important as you will be required to produce the proof for passing the 10+2 in the month of December 2020.
You can check the eligibility criteria on the link given below:
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If you want to go into defence services as an officer just after class 12th then the only option is to appear for National defence academy exam and qualify the SSB interviewthe qualification is you need to have physics as your subject in class 12th and mathematics if you are applying for airforce and navy.
Other option is technical entry scheme in which you need to have physics chemistry and mathematics for subject in class 12th.
if you wish to join defence forces as an officer after your graduation then there are multiple entry option technical entry , general entry by cdse.
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