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    How to admit my son in NDA without wasting the time?

    I have a doubt for my son who is in 12th that how to admit him in NDA After his 12th without wasting the time

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    Kava.pranav is offline Senior Member Kava.pranav is on a distinguished road
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    Post Re: How to admit my son in NDA without wasting the time?

    Hello Friend,

    NDA exam is held by UPSC twice in a year.

    UPSC already announced second notification of NDA exam.

    Eligibilty
    -candidate should be complete 12th class with physics and maths subjects.
    -candidate should be male and unmarried. Female candidate is not allowed.
    -candidate should be Indian.
    -candidate age should be in between 16.5-19 yrs.

    Important Dates

    -last date of application form: 04-06-2012
    -exam date:19-08-2012

    For more details you can visit:
    http://www.upsc.gov.in/

    If all this requirements are there then you can apply without wasting a time...

    Regards,
    ~Pranav~

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    Re: How to admit my son in NDA without wasting the time?

    hello sir , if your son is in intermediate this year if he clear the exam of nda this year which will be held in the month of april so tell him study well in english . general study and mathematics in this way he can selected in nda without wasting time ,thank you

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    Re: How to admit my son in NDA without wasting the time?

    Dear friend,
    I am very happy to see your eagerness to admit your son in army
    You son can apply for NDA exam after his 12th exam
    Other eligibility criteria are
    -age limit is 16 1/2-19 years
    - nationality Indian
    -unmarried male candidate
    -physically and medically fit
    -minimum height is 152cms
    I hope it is clear for you now
    Wish you good luck

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    Re: How to admit my son in NDA without wasting the time?

    Hi Aspirant

    It is good that you are serious to about the career of your son.

    Your son can apply for NDA exam to go in army.

    He can appear in NDA exam while appearing in 12th exam.

    NDA exam is conducted by UPSC for the army , navy and airforce wings.

    NDA exam is very competitive because lots of candidates take parts in this exam.


    Qualification

    You should be Intermediate qualified in any stream from recognized board or its equivalent

    You must have physics and math subjects for the navy and air force wings of army.

    Your age should be between 16.5 to 19 years

    You must be Indian.

    Only unmarried male candidates can apply for NDA exam


    Exam pattern for NDA exam

    Written test

    SSB Interview


    Candidates can apply for NDA exam in through UPSC at

    http://upsconline.nic.in

    but you will have wait for releasing the notification for NDA exam.

    The notification of NDA exam will be updated in UPSC website and Newspaper.


    Best of Lucků

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    Re: How to admit my son in NDA without wasting the time?

    good
    First fill up the form for next NDA examination conducted by UPSC.
    you can get the notification dates by checking UPSC.GOV.in regularly.
    then you can apply online at upsconline.nic.in

    prepare him well with mathematics up to 11th class thoroughly.
    also keep him well versed with the current affairs .
    u can do it by making him read news papers daily,watching news channels.
    also make him study history of NCERT syllabus from 6th to 10th.
    that would be enough to clear the exam.
    once he clears get him good coaching for SSB interviews.
    i recommend The Cavalier,OLIVE Greens or Balanoi academy.for the same.
    hope your son makes it to NDA.

    Good luck

    JAI HIND

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    Re: How to admit my son in NDA without wasting the time?

    hello sir ,
    if your son is studying in class 12th make him focus on PCM (i.e. physics,chemistry,maths) as well as prepare him for NDA exam.
    An admission in coaching for NDA exam and SSB is preferable.
    Books from Arihant and Upkar publications are helpful for the preparation.
    Make sure that your ward does not suffer from any deformity or chronic diseases.
    thank you!!

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    Re: How to admit my son in NDA without wasting the time?

    NATIONAL DEFENCE ACADEMY : -


    Yes , in 12th also , Your Son is eligible to apply for the NDA exam to join Defence Services

    Actually , for the NDA exam , the candidates who are in 12TH also can apply anlong with the candidates who have completed 12TH

    AGE should be between 16.5 to 19 years only
    The candidate must be a citizen of india
    The candidate must be an UnMarried Candidate
    The candidate must be MALE candidate


    So, Your son can apply for the NDA exam , which will conducts by UPSC .
    The exam will helds twice in every year
    NDA - 1
    NDA - 2


    The Notification for the exam will releases in the months of APRIL Or May and in OCTOBER



    Selection Process : -

    1) Written exam

    2) SSB Interview

    3) Medical Test




    Exam Syllabus : -

    1) General Ability - 600 marks

    2) Maths - 300 marks




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    Re: How to admit my son in NDA without wasting the time?

    hello sir,

    if you wanted to admit your son in NDA without wasting time than confirms that your son

    is doing good in PCM because the questions from the these subjects are asked in exam along with general English and Gk questions.

    start preparing him for the SSB because the SSB comprises of many steps like
    1)picture perception test and many other tests
    2)interview

    so make sure that he is good in all that things.

    also your son should not be suffering from an incurable diseases or eye vision.

    thank you.

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    Re: How to admit my son in NDA without wasting the time?

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    I have a doubt for my son who is in 12th that how to admit him in NDA After his 12th without wasting the time
    Hey friend,

    To admit your son in NDA without wasting any time it is required that your son should satisfy the framed criteria's for the NDA exam and they are:

    -> Your son must have a a citizenship in India.

    -> The Martial status needed for the NDA exam is that your son must be a unmarried male candidate

    -> The age limit needed for the exam is 16 1/2-19 years

    -> Education qualification for the NDA exam for joining in Indian army only is that you need to have completed +2 from a recognized school board of education.

    -> As NDA exam offers candidates to join in defence forces you can also apply for joining in Indian Navy or Air Force for which you need to have completed +2 with Physics and Mathematics as subjects with a fair percentage.


    -> Apart from all these above mentioned criteria's the most important one is that you need to be physically fit while appearing for the NDA exam

    Application Procedure:

    >> Online

    >> Offline

    If your son is satisfying all the above mentioned criteria's means he can apply for the exam in the above 2 ways mentioned.

    More Details:

    For more details check at the official site of UPSC at www.upsc.gov.in

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