NDA Recruitment 2024: Check Vacancies, Eligibility, Selection Process & Result

National Defence Academy & Naval Academy Exam 2024 ( NDA )

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Updated on Apr 3, 2024 14:45 IST

NDA Recruitment 2024: Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) released NDA 1 2024 recruitment notification on December 20, 2023. NDA 2 recruitment 2024 notification will be released on May 15, 2024. NDA 1 application form was available from December 20, 2023, to January 9, 2024. NDA 2 application form 2024 will be made available from May 15 to June 4, 2024. NDA 1 2024 exam will be conducted on April 21, 2024. NDA 2 2024 exam will be conducted on September 1, 2024. 

NDA recruitment is done for admission to Army, Navy, and Air Force wings of National Defence Academy and Indian Naval Academy Course (INAC). NDA recruitment is one of the sought-after defence entrance exams in the country. A large number of defence aspirants apply for the exam every year. 

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Q:   What are the stages of NDA selection process?

A:
NDA exam is conducted in two stages: written and SSB Interview. Candidates qualifying the written exam of NDA by securing the required cut off marks are called for the SSB interview. The SSB Interview is divided into two stages. Candidates qualifying theStage 1 are called for the Stage 2 exam. Stage 1 of the SSB Interview comprises Officer Intelligence Rating (OIR) tests and Picture Perception and Description Test (PP&DT). Stage 2 comprises Group Testing Officer Tasks, Psychology Tests, and the Conference. This stage carries 900 marks.
 

Q:   When NDA 2 notification 2023 was released?

A:

NDA 2 notification 2023 was released on May 17, 2023 for admission to the Army, Navy and Air Force wings of the NDA for the 152th course and for the 114th Indian Naval Academy Course (INAC) commencing on July 2, 2024. The notification was released in PDF form and comprises details related to the exam such as application process, eligibility, dates, vacancies, etc. A total of 395 vacancies were announced for NDA 2 2023 exam. Selection of candidates for NDA exam is done based on the written exam and SSB interview.

 

Q:   In which mode NDA exam is conducted?

A:
NDA exam is conducted offline across various cities spread throughout the country. The exam is conducted in two shifts-morning and afternoon. The Maths paper is held in the morning shift- 10:00 AM-12:30 PM and GAT is held in the afternoon shift from 10:00 AM-12:30 PM. Candidates are required to appear in both the shifts. The total marks allotted to the exam are 900. Candidates need to secure 25 per cent in each paper.
 

Q:   What is the full form of NDA?

A:

NDA stands for National Defence Academy. NDA is situated at Khadakwasla, Pune, Maharashtra and it is one of the most prestigious military training institutions in the world. NDA trains cadets for Indian Army, Navy and Air Force. The cadets are trained to become officers in the Indian Armed Forces upon graduation. Cadets are received a Bachelor's degree in the field of engineering or technology or any other field. NDA exam is conducted for two courses every year, one starting in January and the other starting in July. The courses are of three years duration and cadets are trained in various aspects of military and academic education. NDA exam comprises written exam and SSB interview.

 

NDA Notification 2024

NDA notification is made available in PDF form and contains details such as eligibility criteria, vacancies, reservation policy, admit card, stages of exam, etc. NDA is one of the most sought-after defence exams in the country. Candidates qualifying the exam are offered admission to the Army, Navy and Air Force wings of National Defence Academy and Indian Naval Academy. The selection process comprises written exam and SSB interview.

NDA 2024 Dates

Take a look at the table below for the complete schedule of NDA 2024 exam

DatesUpcoming Exam Dates

21 Apr '24

NDA 1 2024 exam

ONGOING

15 May '24

NDA 2 Notification 2024

15 May '24 -

04 Jun '24

NDA 2 Application Form 2024

09 Sep '24

NDA 2 Exam Date 2024

DatesPast Exam Dates

20 Dec '23

NDA 1 Notification 2024

20 Dec '23 -

09 Jan '24

NDA 1 Application Form 2024

26 Sep '23

NDA 2 Result 2023

NDA Registration 2024

Interested candidates need to fill NDA application form online. The application fee can be paid both online and offline which is INR 100. Candidates must note that the application fee is exempted for SC/ST candidates/Sons of JCOs/NCOs/ORs. Only unmarried male and female candidates who have completed Class 12 can apply for the exam. To fill the application form, candidates need to first complete the one time registration. After generation of one time registration ID, candidates will be able to fill the application form.

Q:   Can women candidates apply for NDA exam?

A:

Yes, women candidates can now apply for NDA exam. In 2021, Supreme Court of India has allowed women candidates to appear for NDA exam. The eligibility criteria of women candidates are same as male candidates. Women candidates aged between 16.5 years to 19.5 years can apply for NDA exam. They must have passed Class 12 or equivalent from a recognised board. Candidates who are appearing in Class 12 exam can also apply for NDA. Now women candidates are also eligible for applying to the Indian Naval Academy course. Earlier, they were not allowed to apply for Indian Naval Academy. The eligibility for the women candidates are same as their male counterparts. However, there is a difference in the medical standards of women candidates.

 

Q:   What are the stages of NDA selection process?

A:
NDA exam is conducted in two stages: written and SSB Interview. Candidates qualifying the written exam of NDA by securing the required cut off marks are called for the SSB interview. The SSB Interview is divided into two stages. Candidates qualifying theStage 1 are called for the Stage 2 exam. Stage 1 of the SSB Interview comprises Officer Intelligence Rating (OIR) tests and Picture Perception and Description Test (PP&DT). Stage 2 comprises Group Testing Officer Tasks, Psychology Tests, and the Conference. This stage carries 900 marks.
 

Q:   How can I apply for NDA exam?

A:
NDA application form is made available online and candidates can submit it through the official website. To fill NDA application form, candidates need to do the One Time Registration (OTR). NDA application form comprises two parts-1 and 2. NDA apply online part I registration is divided into four pages: candidate's registration, choosing the preferred branch, verifying details and generation of registration ID. In part II, candidates need to pay the application fees, select the exam centre, upload scanned images of photographs and signatures.
 

NDA Admit Card 2024

NDA admit card is released three weeks before the exam. Candidates can download the admit card online from the official website by logging with either the registration number or roll number. The admit card contains all information related to the exam. The hard copy of the admit card is not sent to candidates by post. The steps to download NDA admit card are given below:

  • Visit the official website of UPSC
  • Click the 'NDA admit card' link on the home page
  • Enter the required credentials
  • NDA admit card appears on the screen
  • Download the admit card and take its printout

Q:   How to download NDA admit card?

A:

NDA admit card for the written exam is released online by UPSC. The admit card can be downloaded by entering the required credentials. The hard copy of the admit card is not sent to candidates by post. NDA admit card can be downloaded by following the steps given below:

1) Visit the official website of UPSC

 2) Click the NDA admit card download link'

3) Candidates can download their admit cards by either logging with registration number or roll number

4) After submitting the details, NDA admit card appears on the screen

5) Download the admit card and take its printout

After downloading the admit card, candidates should take printout of it. Candidates need to carry the printout of the admit card to the exam centre.

 

Q:   What are the details printed on NDA admit card?

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NDA admit card is released online by the Union Public Service Commission. The admit card is released on the official website-upsc.gov.in. To download the admit card, candidates need to enter registration number or roll number, date of birth and captcha code. The hard copy of the admit card is not sent to candidates by post. Candidates need to carry the printed copy of the admit card along with one photo-identity proof to the exam centre. The following details are printed on the admit card:

  • Candidate’s Name
  • Date of birth
  • Roll number
  • Photograph and signature
  • Exam Date
  • Exam time
  • Reporting time
  • Name of exam centre
  • Address of exam centre
  • City
  • Centre code (if any)
 

Q:   Is it compulsory to take the colour print of an NDA admit card to the exam center?

A:
No, it is not compulsory to take the colour printout of NDA admit card to the exam centre. According to the official notice, candidates need to bring the printout of the admit along with the (original) Photo Identity Card, whose number is mentioned in the admit card. They need to bring the admit card in each session to secure admission to exam centre. Candidates need to preserve the admit card till the declaration of the final result as it is required for the SSB Interview.
 

NDA Exam Centres 2023

NDA exam is conducted across more than 70 cities in the country. The exam is conducted in two shifts. Candidates are required to select their preferred exam city while filling the application form. NDA exam centre is allotted on a first-apply-first-allot basis. Therefore, candidates are advised to fill the application form early. The list of exam cities where the offline test of NDA is conducted is given below:

Agartala

Ghaziabad

Panaji (Goa)

Agra

Gorakhpur

Patna

Ajmer

Gurgaon

Port Blair

Ahmedabad

Gwalior

Prayagraj (Allahabad)

Aizawl

Hyderabad

Puducherry

Aligarh

Imphal

Pune

Almora (Uttarakhand)

Indore

Raipur

Anantpur (Andhra Pradesh)

Itanagar

Rajkot

Aurangabad

Jabalpur

Ranchi

Bengaluru

Jaipur

Sambalpur

Bareilly

Jammu

Shillong

Bhopal

Jodhpur

Shimla

Bilaspur

Jorhat

Siligudi

Chandigarh

Kochi

Srinagar

Chennai

Kohima

Srinagar (Uttarakhand)

Coimbatore

Kolkata

Thane

Cuttack

Kozhikode (Calicut)

Thiruvananthapuram

Dehradun

Leh

Tiruchirapalli

Delhi

Lucknow

Tirupati

Dharwad

Ludhiana

Udaipur

Dispur

Madurai

Varanasi

Faridabad

Mumbai

Vellore

Gangtok

Mysore

Vijayawada

Gaya

Nagpur

Vishakhapatnam

Gautam Buddh Nagar

Navi Mumbai

Warangal

Q:   In how many cities NDA exam will be conducted?

A:
NDA exam is conducted across multiple test centres in more than 70 cities. The exam is conducted in two shifts-morning and afternoon. Candidates are required to appear in both shifts. The details regarding the NDA exam centre are mentioned on the admit card. There is a ceiling on the number of candidates allotted to each of the centres except Chennai, Dispur, Kolkata and Nagpur. Allotment of NDA centres is done on the first-apply-firstallot basis and once the capacity of a particular centre is attained, the same is frozen. Applicants who cannot get a centre of their choice due to ceiling, are required to choose a NDA exam centre from the remaining ones. Applicants should apply early so that they get their preferred exam centre.
 

Q:   How many students apply for NDA exam and qualify it?

A:
Around two to three Lacs candidates apply for NDA exam. The written exam of NDA is cleared by around 8000 to 10,000 candidates. Such candidates are called for SSB interview. The pass percentage in SSB interview is around 10 to 15 per cent. Many students are rejected on medical ground as well. After the medicals, a merit list is prepared which features around 580 to 650 candidates. First 350 to 380 candidates are invited for admission to NDA and INAC. Some candidates do not join and some are not able to cope up with the tough training process. NDA selection process is bit tough therefore it takes about six months preparation to crack the exam.
 

Q:   How do you know your NDA exam centres?

A:
UPSC releases the list of test cities along with the notification. Candidates are required to choose one test city as per their preferences while filling the application form. One test city can have multiple exam centres. The details regarding the NDA exam centres are mentioned on the admit card. Candidates need to appear for the exam at the allotted test centre or else their answer scripts are not evaluated. While appearing for the exam, candidates need to carry the printed copy of their admit cards along with one photo-identity proof to the allotted NDA exam centre.
 

Details of NDA Exam Pattern and Syllabus

NDA exam is divided into a written exam and SSB Interview. The written comprises two papers. The total marks allotted to the written exam are 900. The SSB Interview is held for 900 marks. NDA syllabus is simple and comprises the topics that candidates have studied in Class 10, 11, and 12 standards. The Mathematics section comprises topics from Algebra, Matrices, and Determinants, Trigonometry, Integral Calculus, and Differential Equation, Vector Algebra, etc. GAT comprises topics from General Knowledge and English.

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Q:   How many questions are asked in NDA exam?

A:
A total of 120 questions are asked in the Maths paper of NDA. Questions are usually asked from Algebra Matrices and Determinants Trigonometry Analytical Geometry Of Two and Three Dimensions, Differential Calculus, Integral Calculus, and Differential Equations Vector Algebra Statistics and Probability. In the GAT part of the NDA exam, a total of 150 questions are asked. This section is divided into parts. Part A comprises questions from English and Part B comprises questions from General Knowledge. In English questions are generally asked from Spotting Errors, Antonyms, Synonyms, Idioms, and Phrases and Fill in the Blanks. In General Knowledge, questions are asked from Physics Chemistry Biology Indian Polity, History, Geography, Economy, Defence Specific, Current Affairs & Static GK, etc.
 

Q:   How can I prepare for NDA exam?

A:

Every year thousands of candidates appear for NDA exam. With so much competition, candidates need to have a proper preparation strategy for the exam. Candidates need to be consistent with their study plans. They should devote few hours every day to study. Candidates need to be thorough with the syllabus. Candidates must revise their notes and important formulae every day. Candidates must practise mock tests and previous years' question papers to get familiar with the exam pattern and syllabus. Candidates must clear their basic concepts of each and every topic given in the syllabus. This will help candidates to solve the questions easily in the exam.

 

Q:   Where can I get NDA syllabus?

A:

NDA syllabus is prescribed by UPSC. The syllabus is mentioned on the notification. NDA syllabus is divided into Maths and GAT. The standard of NDA syllabus is of Class 10, 11 and 12 levels. The total marks allotted to the written exam are 900. NDA Maths syllabus comprises topics such as Algebra, Calculus, Matrices and Determinants, Integral Calculus and Differential Equations, Trigonometry, Vector Algebra, Analytical Geometry Of Two and Three Dimension and Statistics and  Probability. NDA GAT syllabus comprises topics such as Grammar and Usage, Vocabulary, Comprehension, and Cohesion, Physics, Chemistry, Social Studies, General Science, Geography, and Current Events.

 

NDA Salary

The Gentleman cadets undergoing training at IMA is INR 56,100. After the successful training, the NDA salary of the Officer Commissioned will be fixed in the first Cell of Level 10. Besides, candidates are also entitled to various benefits. The rank-wise salary of Officers is given below:

Ranks NDA salary (In INR)

Lt to Maj

Lt: Level 10 (56,100-1,77,500)

Capt: Level10 B (61,300-1,93,900)

Maj: Level 11 (69,400-2,07,200)

Lt Col to Maj Gen

Lt Col: Level 12A (1,21,200-2,12,400)

Col: Level 13 (1,30,600-2,15,900)

Brig: Level 13A (1,39,600-2,17,600)

Maj Gen - Level 14 (1,44,200-2,18,200)

Lt Gen to HAG Scale

Level 15 (1, 82, 200-2,24,100)

HAG+Scale

Level 16 (2,05,400-2,24,400)

VCOAS/ArmyCdr/Lt Gen (NFSG)

Level 17 (2,25,000) (fixed)

COAS

Level 18 (2,50,000) (fixed)

Q:   What is the salary after graduating from NDA?

A:
The salary that candidates will get after completing their course in NDA is given below. Lt to Major: Lt: Level 10 (56100-177500) Capt: Level 10 B (61,300-193900) Maj: Level 11 (69400-207200) Lt Colonel to Major General: Lt Col: Level 12A (121200-212400) Col: Level 13 (130600-215900) Brig: Level 13A (139600-217600) Maj Gen: Level 14 (144200-218200) Lt Gen AG Scale: Level 15 (182200-224100) HAG + Scale: Level 16 (205400 224400) VCOAS/ Army Cdr/ Lt Gen (NFSG): Level 17 (225000) (fixed) COAS: Level 18 (250000) (fixed). .
 

Q:   What is the salary of candidates selected through NDA exam?

A:
Aspirants are always interested in knowing NDA salary while preparing for the exam. The salary provides details regarding the compensation that employees get after joining NDA. The stipend given to the Gentlemen Cadets during training is INR 56,100. After the successful training, the NDA salary of the Officer Commissioned will be fixed in the first Cell of Level 10.
 

Q:   Are there any allowances along with the NDA salary?

A:
There are multiple allowances offered to the Officers along with NDA salary such as Uniform Allowance, Dearness and Transport Allowance, Para Reserve Allowance, Technical Allowance, Children Education Allowance, Hostel Subsidy, High Altitude Allowance, etc. The Army Aviators (Pilots) in Lt and above in Level 10 and above serving in the Army Aviation Corps are entitled to flying allowance of INR 25,000 (R1H1 of Risk and Hardship Matrix).. .
 

NDA Selection Process 2023

The selection of candidates is done based on the written exam and SSB Interview. UPSC will prepare a list of candidates who obtain the minimum qualifying marks in the written exam. Such candidates are required to appear before the Services Selection Board for Intelligence and Personality Test. Candidates need to secure separate qualifying marks for the written exam and SSB Interview. On the basis of candidates' performance in the written exam and SSB Interview selection is done. The final allocation to the Army, Navy, Air Force of the National Defence Academy and 10+2 Cadet Entry Scheme of Indian Naval Academy is done based on the number of NDA vacancies, eligibility criteria, medical fitness and merit-cum-preference of candidates.

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Q:   What is NDA selection process?

A:

NDA selection process comprises written exam and SSB interview. Candidates need to secure qualifying marks separately in the written exam and SSB interview. Qualified candidates will be placed in a single combined list on the basis of total marks secure in the written exam and SSB interview. Final allocation is done based on the number of vacancies, eligibility, medical fitness and merit-cum-preference of the candidates. The written exam of NDA is conducted for 900 marks. The sectional cutoff marks for the written exam is 25 per cent. The SSB interview carries 900 marks. The SSB interview is conducted in two stages. Stage 1 comprises Officer Intelligence Rating (OIR) tests and Picture Perception and Description Test (PP&DT) whereas Stage 2 comprises Group Testing Officer Tasks, Psychology Tests, and the Conference.

 

Q:   What is NDA selection process for SSB interview?

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The SSB procedure consists of two stage Selection process- stage I and stage II. Only those candidates who clear the stage I are permitted to appear for stage II. The details are:
(a) Stage I comprises of Officer Intelligence Rating (OIR) tests are Picture Perception Description Test (PP&DT). The candidates will be shortlisted based on combination of performance in OIR Test and PP&DT
(b) Stage II Comprises of Interview, Group Testing Officer Tasks, Psychology Tests and the Conference. These tests are conducted
over four days. 
The personality of a candidate is assessed by three different assessors viz. The Interviewing Officer (IO), Group Testing Officer (GTO) and the Psychologist. There are no separate weightage for each test. The mks are allotted by assessors only after taking into consideration the performance of the candidate holistically in all the test. In addition, marks for Conference are also allotted based on the initial performance of the Candidate in the three techniques and decision of the Board. All these have equal weightage.
The various tests of IO, GTO and Psych are designed to bring out the presence/absence of Officer Like Qualities and their trainability in a candidate. Accordingly candidates are recommended or not recommended at the SSB.

 

Q:   What is NDA selection process for written exam?

A:
NDA selection process for written exam comprises two papers-Maths and GAT. Total marks allotted to this paper are 900. Candidates need to secure 25 per cent in each subject as qualifying marks. Besides, candidates need to clear the cut off marks fixed by UPSC for written exam. Based on the performance in the written exam, candidates are selected for SSB interview.
 

NDA Recruitment FAQs

Candidates can check below NDA recruitment FAQs.

Q:   What is the standard of questions in the NDA exam?

A:
Mostly, the standard of questions in the NDA exam is of Class 10, 11, and 12 levels. NDA exam carries two papers-Maths and GAT. The GAT paper is further divided into two parts-English and General Awareness. With a good preparation, candidates can crack the exam. Candidates can also refer to the high school level books to clear their concepts of topics asked in the exam.
 

Q:   What is the difference between NDA and CDS exams?

A:
Though both are defence exams, there are many similarities and differences in the recruitment process, exam pattern, training, salary, perks, promotion, eligibility, etc. NDA is conducted for candidates who wish to join the defence services after Class 12. CDS is the exam conducted for the graduate candidates for training at Indian Military Academy (IMA), Indian Air Force Academy (AFA), Officers Training Academy (OTA) and Indian Naval Academy (INA). NDA exam is conducted for Class 12 pass candidates. Whereas, CDS exam is conducted for graduate-level candidates. NDA exam carries two subjects-GAT and Maths. CDS exam carries three papers-Maths, English and GK. English and GK section is conducted for OTA, IMA, INA and AFA. Maths paper is conducted for IMA, INA and AFA. The total marks allotted to the written exam of NDA is 900 whereas it is 300 for CDS.
 

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The Paper 1 of NDA Maths section carries 300 marks. The exam comprises of 120 questions in maths from Class 12 level. For each correct answer,   candidate get 2.5 marks. Additionally, 0.83 mark is deducted for wrong response. Questions in Maths are asked from Algebra, Calculus,  Matrices and Determ

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NDA 1 answer key 2024 will be released on April 21, 2024 after the exam gets over. The answer key will be released by the coaching institutes. Using the answer key, candidates can check the correct answers to the questions asked in the exam. The official answer key of NDA 1 2024 exam will be releas

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NDA admit card is released three weeks before the exam. The link to download the admit card is made available on the official website of UPSC. To download the admit card, candidates need to enter either registration number or roll number. The hard copy of the admit card is not sent to candidates by

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The hard copy of NDA admit card is not sent to candidates by post. Candidates need fo download their ad, mit cards online by logging with the required credentials. Candidates need to carry the printed copy of their admit cards to the exam centre. Without the admit card, candidates are not allowed to

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The GTO test also has multiple steps and they are:

  • Group Discussion.

  • Group Planning.

  • Progressive Group Task.

  • Half Group Task.

  • Individual Obstacles Task.

  • Command Task.

  • Snake Race.

  • Individual Lecture.

  • Final Group Task.

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The pyschological tests in NDA SSB interview comprises the following:

Thematic Apperception Test: This is similar to the picture test and is hard and intense.

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The tips and tricks to improve vocabularly for NDA exam are given below:

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NDA cut off is released after the completion of the exam. The cut off is released separately for the written exam and final selection. There are also sectional cut off marks for the exam. Candidates need to secure 25 per cent in each subject of NDA exam. Based on the cut off marks of the written exa

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NDA mock tests are like the actual tests which help candidates to know the structure of the exam and types of questions asked in the exam. Candidates can also calculate the time taken in solving each question. Candidates can also analyse their preparation for the exam. 

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