On the 15th of December 2021, the NDA II 2021 result was announced. For NDA I, it was announced on June 30, 2021. This examination is administered by the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC). This is a national examination.
This exam is used to recruit into the Indian Army, Navy, and Air Force wings. Every year, this exam is conducted twice. In this article, we’ve covered everything you need to know about the NDA 2021 Result, including important dates and the result checking process.
UPSC NDA Result 2021 Dates
Check out the NDA result dates 2021 below:
|Events||NDA 1 2021 Result||NDA 2 2021 Result|
|Written test||18th April 2021||14th November 2021|
|Declaration of result for written test||30th June 2021||15th December 2021|
|Declaration of final NDA result||To be notified||To be notified|
How to Check UPSC NDA 2021 Result?
To check the NDA UPSC result, follow the steps given below:
# Go to the UPSC official website.
# Click on the result link on the home page.
# A new page will display. You can search your roll number and names in there.
# If your roll number and name is on the list, you have qualified for the exam.
# After that, download the PDF and print it out.
The result is announced in two parts. The result of the written exam is announced first, followed by the announcement of the final result. The stages of the NDA result 2021 are as follows:
According to the exam format, the written exam is divided into two sections: GAT and Mathematics. The test has a total score of 900. A list is prepared of all the candidates who pass the written exam with the minimum threshold score. Only such applicants are chosen for the SSB Intelligence and Personality Test Interview.
Following the completion of the SSB Interview, the final result is announced. Aspirants for admittance to the Army, Navy, and Naval Academy, as well as the Air Force, are chosen based on their performance. In both tests, applicants must achieve separate minimum qualifying marks.
Cut Off 2021
After the recruitment procedure is completed, the cut off is announced. The cutoff for both the written exam and the SSB interview is different. Candidates must meet the cutoff marks in both the written exam and the SSB interview to pass the exam. The cutoff grades for the written paper are based on a 900-point scale. Out of 1800 marks, the final cut off, which is the marks obtained by the last recommended applicants, is decided.
Check out the cut-offs of previous years:
|Year||Written Test Qualifying Marks ( /900)||Final Exam Marks|
|NDA 1 2015||306||674|
|NDA 2 2015||269||637|
|NDA 1 2016||288||656|
|NDA 2 2016||229||602|
|NDA 1 2017||340||708|
|NDA 2 2017||258||624|
|NDA 1 2018||338||705|
How to Prepare for This Exam?
# Keep all of the necessary mathematical formulas and theorems near the study desk to make memorising them easier.
# Algebra, Calculus, and Coordinate Geometry are the subjects with the most weight, therefore study them thoroughly.
# Brush up on your English grammar.
# Reading articles, editorials, and English newspapers
# Keep up with all of the latest defence-related news.
# Solve as many prior years’ question papers as you can to get a better understanding of the pattern.
Aspirants should map out their own approach in the last days leading up to the exam and stick to it. Aspirants must concentrate on their revision. They should avoid discussing any new topics because it will cause confusion. Aspirants should practise past years’ question papers to get a sense of the types of questions that will be asked on the exam, and the degree of difficulty.
This exam is the most popular among students who desire to join the Indian Defence Forces. The UPSC is in charge of this exam. It serves as a stepping stone for students interested in joining the Indian Army, Air Force, or Navy. It is a national examination that takes place twice a year.
Check out UPSC Pathshala to learn how to prepare for this exam. Keep a check on the blog section to not miss out on any Sarkari results.