Boost Up Your Self For NDA

National  Defence  Academy ( NDA ) very known glorious gateway of prime excellence  for willing candidates those who want to serve nation. Unmarried male aspirant can join defence forces (army, air force and navy) as an officer just after 10+2. National Defence  Academy  is considered as an institute of leadership where candidates are trained as leaders of tomorrow to lead the defence forces.

The training at Academy  is tough. Besides training for the Army, Navy and Air force, the cadets are also taught regular academics to cover the degree of graduation level. This Training is broken into six terms and the total duration of training is about three years. After 3 years and 1 year training of respective force in there institute ( Indian Military Academy ,Dehradun, Naval Academy,Ezhimala, Air force Academy Dundigal ) candidate became permanent commissioned officer, It means for longest period of duration candidate can serve country.

How to Join NDA

The Union Public Service Commission or UPSC conducts written entrance exam for NDA/NA (National Defence Academy/ Naval Academy Exam) twice a year. It is two step exam, first written exam and second is interview. Those who qualify written further go for Interview conducted by Service Selection Boards (SSB).

Written exam is of total 900 marks, which include two papers each of duration two and half hour and conducted on the same day.

Paper I contains Mathematics of 300 marks and no. of questions are 120

Paper II is called General Ability Test of 600 marks and no. of questions are 150

I MATHS 300 2.5 HOUR

General Ability Test is further categorized in two parts that consist English in part A contain 50 questions for 200 marks and General Knowledge in part B consist 100 questions for 400 marks

  • All questions are of multiple choice answer type.
  • Candidates are not allowed to use calculator for answering any type of objective question .
  • In Maths for every correct answer candidates is awarded with 2.5 marks and for every wrong answer 0.83 marks deducted but in English and G.K for every correct answer candidate will get 4 marks and for every wrong answer 1.33 marks deducted.
  • There is no negative marks if candidate leaves question blank

In mathematics Integral calculus and differential equation,algebra,2D-3D geometry, probability trigonometry and matrices contains major section, These are very scoring topics in point of view to gain marks. Aspirant should have good command over all these topics and to make cogency level  with all different varieties of questions. students should have vivid and clear cut with every statement and formulas .

“mathematics is the subject of practice, more you practice more you will gain confidence over subject”

Now come over, paper 2 in which part A contain English that mainly have spotting errors, sentence improvement, comprehension passage, fill in the blanks and Antonyms. Regular practising on all above topics, by reading journels, magazines, newspapers can show star effect and will improve your performance in exam.

Where rest of the part ie, part B of paper 2 which contains topics like Physics, Chemistry, Geography, History, Freedom movements, General Science, Current Events and Economics, questions related with Author of Books and Sports are generally asked so  don’t forget to prepare yourself also for this.

Reading newspaper and magazines not only helps you to improve your English but also helps you to make your vision Multi-Dimension , by improving general knowledge and current affairs. It is like person can kill two birds with one stone.

The preparation for NDA should be very focused, should be on the docket,should not be lethargic and sluggish.

“your efforts should be like smart worker not as hard worker”

Major kalshi classes provides proper direction, smart working ideas, acute sense of present mind that led to make a path for winners.

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