02-07-2015, 02:29 PM
UPSC will conduct the National Defence Academy and Naval Academy Exam 2015 19 April 2015 for admission to Army, Navy and Air Force wings of the NDA on 135th course and 97th Indian Naval Academy Course (INACE) begins from January 2, 2016.
Investigation is conducted to fill a total of 375 positions. 320 positions National Defence Academy and 55 positions of the Naval Academy (10 + 2 cadet entry form). Interested and qualified candidates can use online help UPSC website last of January 23, 2015.
UPSC has released a list of candidates with the applications are rejected because of nonpayment of fees. Follow the link for a community of 716 candidates rejected application:
To learn more about criteria, click here:http://indiatoday.intoday.in/education/story/national-defence-academy-eligibility-criteria/1/411211.html
Two-stage selection process are listed below:
Step 1: Written Exam
Step 2: Intelligence and personality test
Step 1: Written exam: written exam will take place in two documents: Mathematics (01) and general abilities (02). Mathematics will consist of algebra, matrices and determinants, trigonometry, analytic geometry in two and three dimensions, different calculus, integral calculus and differential equations, vector algebra and statistics and probability. While, in general ability is bifurcated into two parts: Part A (English) and Part B (GK). Candidates will have a duration of two and a half hour each for both paper where mathematics will carry 300 marks and overall capabilities will carry 600 marks.
The papers will consist of objective type questions only and indicated bilingually, in Hindi and English.
Step 2: Intelligence and Personality Test: The SSB procedure is further divided into two stages ie stage I which includes officer intelligence assessment (OIR) tests and image perception / description Test (PP & DT). Candidates will be shortlisted based on the combination of performance in OIR test, PP and DT. Phase II, however, includes interviews, group testing officer activities, psychology tests and conference. These tests will take place over a period of four days.