UPSC to Conduct NDA I Exam Tomorrow - Check Instructions Here

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Apr 17, 2021

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UPSC is all set to conduct the NDA I Exam tomorrow on April 18, 2021, across the country. Check more details here.

The Union Public Service Commission conducts various national level examinations for the appointment of employees under the central government. The UPSC conducts the National Defence Agency (NDA) for the entry of cadres into the defence forces.

The UPSC is going to conduct the NDA I Exam 2021 tomorrow across the country. Lakhs of candidates have applied for the exam. The exam is going to be conducted in offline mode. The paper will contain two sections containing a total of 900 marks - 300 for Mathematics and 600 for General Ability.

The candidates appearing for the UPSC NDA I exam must check these important instructions before going for the exam.

UPSC NDA I Important Instructions

The UPSC had issued some exam-related guidelines on its official website. Some of the important UPSC NDA I exam-related guidelines are provided below.

  • Candidates should only use only black coloured ball-point pens in the exam to mark the responses in the OMR sheet.
  • The candidates must carry their admit card during the exam. The admit card is one of the crucial documents required for the exam. The candidates also must carry an original photo ID proof having date of birth printed on it with the admit card.
  • The candidates must also carry two passport-sized photographs with them, in case the photograph printed on the admit card is not clearly visible.
  • The candidates must reach the exam venue before the commencement of the exam. The doors will be closed 10 minutes before the commencement of the exam.
  • NDA aspirants must also follow the Covid-19 guidelines strictly as described by the government. The candidates must wear a mask, carry a hand sanitiser bottle, and maintain social distancing during the exam.

Thus, in view of the current covid-19 pandemic, the candidates must take utmost care to protect themselves as well as other candidates from the spread of Covid-19 disease.

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*The article might have information for the previous academic years, please refer the official website of the exam.