Updated: August 22, 2018 11:03:00 am
UPSC NDA NA II admit card 2018: The admit card for National Defence Academy (NDA) and Naval Academy (NA) examination (II) 2018 has been released by the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC). All those who had registered for the same can download their respective tickets from the official website, http://www.upsc.gov.in. The registration for the same started from June 6. The exam is scheduled to be conducted on September 9, 2018 for admission to the Indian Army, Navy and Air Force wings of the NDA, for the 142nd course, and for the 104th Indian Naval Academy Course (INAC) commencing from July 2, 2019.
Those who will clear the exam will then have to appear for SSB interview.
UPSC NDA NA II admit card 2018: How to download
Step 1: Log on to the official website mentioned above
Step 2: Under ‘What’s new’, click in the link for admit card
Step 3: On the next page, read the instructions and take a printout
Step 4: In the provided fields, enter your registration/roll number, date of birth and image code
Step 5: Click on submit
Step 6: Your admit card will be displayed on the screen
Step 7: Download the same and take a printout for future reference
National Defence Academy: 339 (208 for Army, 39 for Navy and 92 for Air Force)
Naval Academy(10+2 Cadet Entry Scheme) : 44
The exam is scheduled to be conducted on September 9 (Sunday). It should be noted that in case the photograph is not visible or available on the admit card, candidates should carry two identical photographs along with proof of identity such as Aadhaar card, identity card, or voter identity card or passport along with an undertaking.
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