NDA 1 2018 Final Result Declared- Check here to know more

27 Nov, 2018
NDA 1 Final Result Declared- Click here to know more

NOIDA– NDA 1 (National Defence Academy) and Naval Academy Examination (II) final Result has been declared by the official authority UPSC on the official website upsc.gov.in and on the website of Ministry of Defence- joinindianarmy.nic.in, careerairforce.nic.in, nausenabharti.nic.in. Candidates can access to their result by visiting the official website.

The official authority has released a merit list of 379 candidates. The candidates have been selected on the basis of their score in written examination conducted by Union Public Service Commission on April 22, 2018. Candidates appear in NDA to get entry in Indian armed forces i.e. Indian Army, Indian Navy and Indian Airforce.  The admission process to get entry in armed forces will commence from January 2, 2019.

The official authority has released the notification for the vacancy of 415 posts out of which 208 position are vacant in Indian Army, 60 in Indian Navy and 92 in Indian Airforce. 55 vacancies are available in Naval Academy which was 10+2 cadet entry scheme. All vacant posts can be filled by NDA exam.

Click Here to Download NDA 1 Result

NDA Selection Procedure for NDA 1 Qualified Candidates

Candidates will be selected on the basis of their performance in the written examination followed by the SSB Interview (Services Selection Board) which was conducted to examine the intelligence and personality of the candidate. Further selection is different for different wing:

Nationality: Candidate should be a citizen of India or can be a subject of

  1. Nepal
  2. Bhutan
  • Tibetan refugee who came over India before 1st January 1962 with the intention of permanent settling in India.

Indian Army:  Candidate should have passed class 12 from a recognized board.

Indian Airforce and Naval wings of NDA and INA: Candidate should have passed class 12 from a recognized board as physics and mathematics core subjects.

Successfully selected candidates will be placed in Indian Armed forces.

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