NDA I 2015
Updated on Feb 14, 2015 - 11:35 a.m. IST by Apratim Chatterjee
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NDA I 2015 – Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) conducts the national defence academy exam for selection in the India defence services including Army, Naval Force and Air Force. NDA I Exam is scheduled to be held on April 19, 2015 for the three wings of NDA for 135th Course and 97th India Naval Academy Course, commencing from January 2, 2016.

UPSC conducts NDA Exam twice a year. NDA I 2015 is being conducted to fill in as many as 320 NDA vacancies including 208 for Army, 42 for Navy and 70 for Air Force. Besides, around 55 Naval Academy (10+2 Cadet Entry Scheme) vacancies will also be filled up by NDA/NA I 2015 exam.

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Exam Name: National Defense Academy (I)

Commonly Known As: NDA I 2015

Exam Type: National

Exam Category: UG

Conducting Body: Union Public Service Commission

NDA I 2015 Application Form – NDA I 2015 Application Form is available online till January 23, 2015. The Application Procedure of NDA I is a two-step process where candidate needs to fill in the online applications and then remit a payment against application fee to complete the application. The candidates are required to pay Rs. 100 only as NDA I 2015 Application Fee. The fees can be paid either through Bank Challan or Online using Net Banking facility of State Bank of India or via SBI debit/credit cards.

NDA I 2015 Eligibility Criteria – Candidates applying for the defencecourses should be a citizen of India and need to be appearing or have qualified 10+2 board exam. Besides, the candidates must be unmarried and male, and should be born between July 2, 1996 and July 1, 1999.

NDA I 2015 Admit Card – UPSC shall be issuing NDA I 2015 Exam Admit Card three weeks before the commencement of the commencement of exam, i.e. from March 14, 2015. Candidates can download NDA I 2015 E-Admit card from the said date. UPSC declares not to send any hard copy of NDA I 2015 Admit card through post. Candidates appearing for NDA I 2015 need to accompany a valid NDA I 2015 E-Admit card, failing to do so will debar them for appearing in the exam.

NDA I 2015 Exam Pattern – The competitive exam of 5 hours duration is conducted on April 19, 2015 in around 41 cities across India. NDA I 2015 Exam shall have questions from Mathematics and General Ability, carrying total marks of 900. System of Negative Marking is applicable in NDA I 2015 Exam, under which for every incorrect response one-third marks shall be deducted from that total scored. If any candidate responds to any question with more than one option among the four given, it shall also be treated as wrong and negative marking system is applicable to the very question.

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NDA I 2015 Selection Process – The candidates, who qualify the written exam of NDA I 2015, are called for SSB Interview of 900 marks, which will be held in two stages. Stage I comprises of Officer Intelligence Rating (OIR) tests and Picture Perception & Description Test (PP&DT). Stage II consists of Interview, Group Testing Officer Tasks, Psychology Tests and the Conference at the SSB centres.

NDA I 2015 Result – UPSC has declared NDA I 2015 Final Result. Click here to check. UPSC prepared a list of candidates securing a minimum marks for qualifying the competitive exam. The candidates qualifying in the competitive written exam were invited to appear for the SSB Interview for Intelligence and Personality Test. The candidates applying for Air Force Academy needed to undergo PABT (Pilot Aptitude Battery Test) apart from SSB Interviews.

NDA I 2015 Important Dates – UPSC shall be conducting the competitive exam for selection in the defence services courses on April 19, 2015. Candidates appearing for the national defence academy exam on the scheduled date can find other important NDA I 2015 Exam Events and their scheduled dates from the table below

NDA I 2015 Events

Important Dates

Online Applications

December 27, 2014 – January 23, 2015

Issue of Admit Card

Three weeks prior to NDA (I) 2015 Exam, i.e. from March 14, 2015

NDA I 2015 Exam

April 19, 2015

Result

Second week of July 2015 (Tentatively)

SSB interview

September /October 2015 (Tentatively)

Download NDA Exam Sample PapersClick here

Candidates want to apply for National Defense Academy 2016 can also check below links:

NDA

NDA Important Dates

NDA Eligibility Criteria


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what is the next coming date for filling nda application form after february?

Awanya Dabas 15th Feb, 2020

Hey!

NDA is a national level examination that is conducted twice a year, which is referred as NDA 1 and NDA 2.

The application process for NDA 1 has already been completed.

NDA 2 application forms will be available from 10th June'2020 to 30th June'2020.

Hope this answer helps!


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12 ke baad NDA krna he uske liye kya krna

Sharon Rose Student Expert 15th Feb, 2020

Hello,

To be eligible to appear for NDA a candidate must have passed 10+2 with Mathematics and Chemistry as compulsory subjects from a recognised board or university.And then you need to apply for NDA and appear in entrance exam.You need to qualify in the entrance test and then you will get a call to attend SSB interview which is conducted for 5 days.And if you clear your SSB interview you will be given admission NDA based on merit.

You can click the link below for information like detailed syllabus, preparation tips etc

https://competition.careers360.com/exams/nda

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Nda ke liye hsc 12 kitne percentage chahiye

Afrin Hossain 12th Feb, 2020

Hello!

For National Defense Academy (NDA ) examination , there is no such percentage criteria.  That is you just need to pass you class 12th exam.

Even Candidates who are appearing in Class 12 or equivalent examination can apply.

The main important Ascepts NDA focus on are Height , Weight , Age , Fitness and vision.

Best Of Luck for your Exam !


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I have join NDA for that which college or classes are the best for preparation in Maharashtra

Manisha Gupta Expert 13th Feb, 2020

Hello Aspirant,

Before joining an Institute, I would suggest you to do research about the coaching result, faculty Etc. There are many coachings for NDA preparation some of the name you can prefer Apex Careers, Pune, Tara insitiue, Mumbai.

Here are some preparation tips you can follow:

Prepare mathematics with the help of the basics of class 9,10,11,12. If you are done with the basics start practicing from a good book.  Be consistent with your preparation.

General Ability Test consist of two sections-English and General Awareness. The English section can be tackled by practicing questions such as error finding, fill in the blanks, Jumbled para, reading Comprehension etc.

For general awareness you need to study the social studies of class 9th and 10th and current affairs. You need to read newspapers for the current affairs.

The weightage of the general awareness section is very high so you need to be more focused on current affairs.


Good Luck!



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Please refer me some good books for the preparation of UPSC NDA 2 GAT EXAM OF 2020..

Sudarshan kumar 11th Feb, 2020

Hi Arnab,

The best books for the preparation of NDA 2 are the NCERT for mathematics,history,geography,physics,biology as the NDA exam is conducted by government and the NCERT books are also given by government.

The exam is 12th level exam and for that if you study NCERT till class 12th,it will clear all your concepts and for practice you can by NDA question bank and previous year question papers are enough.

Hope this will help,please feel free to ask if you have any further queries.

Thank You.

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