NDA Exam 2021 will be held tomorrow; essential guidance can be found here

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By: Jeet Ghosh

Last Update: 2021-04-17 19:00:01 IST

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Questionnaire in mathematics and a general ability test would be included in the written evaluation. The assessment is 5 hours long, with a cumulative score of 300 in mathematics and 600 in the general skill examination.

On Sunday, April 18, 2021, the Union Public Service Commission will hold the UPSC NDA I Exam 2021. The exam will be held in various exam centers around the country in an offline format. The National Defence Academy test will be held in 2 shifts, with the first starting at 10 a.m. and the second starting at 2 p.m.

Questionnaire in mathematics and a general ability test would be included in the written evaluation. The assessment is 5 hours long, with a cumulative score of 300 in mathematics and 600 in the general skill examination. There will be Objective Type Questions on the written test.

Applicants should just use a black ball pen to write and mark responses on the OMR sheet (Answer Sheet). Inks of any other shade are not permitted in the test.

Candidates must bring their admit cards to the examination centers. They must present a printout of their e-Admit Card, as well as the Photo Identity Card listed on the e-Admit Card, at the designated Examination Venue.

The Commission will perform a review for access to the NDA's Army, Navy, and Air Force wings for the 147th curriculum and the 109th Indian Naval Academy, which will begin on January 2, 2022. The company would occupy 400 positions as a result of this examination push.

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