UPSC released admit card for NDA and Naval Academy (NA) examination (II) 2018 on the official website
NDA Admit Card 2018 released, Download now – The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has released the admit cards for the National Defence Academy and Naval Academy NDA, NA Examination (II) 2018.The next NDA Exam 2018 (II) is scheduled to be held on September 9 at various centres across the country.
No paper admits card will be issued to any candidates. Admit cards will not be dispatched to any candidate by post or any other mode.
UPSC released the NDA admit card for written exam for only those candidates whose applications have been accepted by the commission
Steps to download the NDA Admit Card 2918
- 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
After downloading their admit cards, candidates should go through all the details mentioned on the admit card including the photograph.
In case the photograph is not printed or is not visible on the admit card, then candidate would need to bring two copies of identical photographs (one photograph for each session) and an identity proof along with the e-admit card on the day of the exam.
In case of candidates, who had submitted any representation with the commission should check their email for any communication in this regard.
Those who will clear the exam will then have to appear for SSB interview. The call letter for SSB interview will be made available on the websites of Indian Army, Navy and Air Force
The total no. of vacancy for NDA is 339
- For Army: 208
- For Navy: 39
- For Air Force: 92
- Naval Academy (10+2 Cad
For any query, candidates are requested to check the official website
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