NDA I 2015 Exam Pattern
NDA I 2015 Exam Pattern provides you an overview of pattern of the competitive exam including number of questions, total marks, exam duration and marking scheme. Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) conducts NDA for screening in the eligible candidates for SSB interview following which they’ll be selected for the defence services.
NDA I 2015 is scheduled for April 19, 2015.
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Time Duration – The time allotted for NDA I 2015 is 2 hours and 30 minutes for each of the two papers.
Venue –NDA I 2015 shall be held in the following 41 cities across India –
Medium – The questions will be set in English and Hindi language.
Total Marks – The total marks allotted to NDA I 2015 is 900 where Mathematics paper carries 300 marks and General Ability Test carries 600 marks.
Marking Scheme – There shall be penalty for wrong answers under which marks shall be deducted. Candidates marking any question with more than one option, it’ll be treated as wrong answer and negative marking shall be applicable to the very question.
Exam Scheme – Candidates appearing for NDA/NA I 2015 Exam need to go through the following table to get an idea about the type of questions likely to be asked in NDA I 2015
Type of Questions
2 hours and 30 minutes
Algebra, Matrices and Determinants, Trigonometry, Analytical Geometry of Two and Three Dimensions, Differential Calculus, Integral Calculus and Differential Equations, Vector Algebra, Statistics and Probability
General Ability Test
2 hours and 30 minutes
Part A – English
Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) conducts NDA I 2015 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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Questions related to NDA
please give some latest updates on NDA examzz ;;??
The latest updates about NDA Exam are as follows:-
- Admit Card release date - 10 August, 2020
- Exam conduction date - 6 September, 2020
- NDA result for written test - To be announced
- SSB Interview dates - To be announced
- Final result - To be announced
Refer here for more info - https://competition.careers360.com/articles/nda#NDA-2020-I--II-Important-Dates-2020
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NDA 2020 1 and 2 expected cutoff?
Due to the Corona outbreak, the NDA 1 2020 has been postponed and has been rescheduled on 6 September 2020.
Expected cutoff for NDA 2020 1 and 2 :
For written exam nearly approx 320-350
Final cutoff is nearly approx 680-720 marks.
Every year approx cutoff is nearly same.
For more detailed information regarding cutoff. Kindly go through this link:
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my d.o.b is 28 dec 2005 how many chances will i get for nda exams if i am now in 10 class ?
namshakar sir mene es sal 12th ki h or ushme meri percentage 58%aai h kya sir me nda ke liye apply kr skti hu
Hello Chhaya ,
Yes, you are eligible for NDA Exam, but before that you planning to fill NDA application form 2020 must fulfil the eligibility criteria. The eligibility criteria of NDA 2020 comprises nationality, physical standards, NDA age limit, number of attempts and candidate’s marital status. UPSC NDA eligibility criteria 2020 specifies that only unmarried male candidates aged between 16.5 to 19.5 years can apply for NDA. Also, candidates must have passed 12th exam to take the NDA exam. NDA 2020 1 & 2 will be held by UPSC .
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what is sectional cutoff in NDA written examination
NDA written examination is of 900 marks. In order to pass the written examination, the candidates are required to secure a minimum of 25% marks in each subject. The qualifying marks differ from exam to exam. The interview will be of 900 marks. The final merit will be calculated on the basis of marks obtained in both written examination and interview.
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