UPSC will release final cutoff marks after the declaration of result. NDA II 2019 result is expected to be released in the month of December. UPSC will publish the list of Roll no of qualified candidates for admission to Army, Navy and Air Force Wings of the NDA. All selection process will be completed under the ministry of Defence. As per the previous year analysis, NDA 2019 Cut Off will remain around 340-360 for written test. While overall cut off can go till 700-720.
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To determine the cut off for 2019, candidates can check previous year NDA cut off score from the table given below –
|Year||NDA(I) (Max Marks:900)||NDA(II) (Max Marks:900)|
|2015||306 (With at least 30% marks in each Subject) Marks secured by the last finally recommended candidate (out of 1800 marks) 674||269 (With at least 25% marks in each subject) Marks secured by the last recommended candidate (Out of 1800 marks) 637|
|2016||288 (With at least 25 % marks in each Subject) Marks secured by the last finally recommended candidate (Out of 1800 marks) 656||315|
|2017||342(With at least 25 % marks in each Subject) Marks secured by the last finally recommended candidate (Out of 1800 marks) 708||–|
Candidates must note that the sectional cut off of minimum 35% marks to qualify for final cutoff marks which mean a candidate have to score minimum 105 marks in mathematics section & 210 marks in General Ability Section to be able to qualify for overall cut off.
The cutoff scores of NDA(I) 2019 will be prepared on various factors, which are:
SSB Interview is a five day process carried out by Selection Services Board. Three different assessors namely the Interviewing officer, Group Testing Officer and the Psychologist test each candidate from three different perspectives and arrive at their respective decisions.
Only those candidates who qualify at stage 1 will be called for the remaining tests. Qualifying candidates have to submit the following Original Certificates along with one photocopy each of:
To be acceptable, candidates for the Army/Navy/Naval Academy and Air Force should secure the minimum qualifying marks separately in:
NOTE: Besides, candidates with first choice for the Air Force, and all the SSB qualified candidates with one choice as Air Force, should separately qualify the PABT (Pilot Aptitude Test) and Computerised Pilot Selection System (CPSS), if fulfil the eligibility for Air Force.
*The article might have information for the previous academic years, please refer the official website of the exam.