The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) successfully conducted the NDA 1 2022 examination on Sunday, April 10, 2022. The National Defence Academy (NDA) 1 2022 exam was held through the pen-and-paper mode, at selected centres across the country. Immediately after the exam, candidates are wondering about the result date and expected cut-off for this session. Both will be announced in due course of time, on the official website upsc.gov.in. However, no exact date for the result announcement has yet been announced.
Naturally, with this uncertainty looming in the air, it is better to look at past-year trends to predict the NDA 1 2022 result date and expected cut-off to clear the exam.
NDA 1 2022 Expected Result Date
Looking at the past 6 sessions, the NDA 1 2022 result is expected to come out 31-33 days after the conduction of exam. In 2021, UPSC took around 31 days while in 2020, it took 33 days for announcing the result. Before that however, results were usually declared between 25-70 days. However, it is much more accurate to consider the past 2-year trend for an accurate prediction.
Following is a table summarising the previous-year NDA result date trends –
|NDA Exam||Exam Date||Result Date||Difference|
|NDA 2 2021||November 14, 2021||December 15, 2021||31 days|
|NDA 1 and 2 2020||September 06, 2020||October 09, 2020||33 Days|
|NDA 2 2019||November 17, 2019||December 12. 2019||25 Days|
|NDA 1 2019||April 21, 2019||June 18, 2019||58 Days|
|NDA 2 2018||September 09, 2018||November 30, 2018||70 Days|
|NDA 1 2018||April 22, 2018||June 15, 2018||54 Days|
NDA 1 2022 Past 5-year Cut Offs
To clear the NDA 1 2022 written exam, candidates need to score equal to or above the decided cut-off figure. Candidates who manage to clear the written exam will be expected to attend the SSB interview, physical fitness test and document verification. All these steps will lead to the final selection of candidates into the Indian Armed forces for training.
UPSC is expected to announce the NDA 1 2022 cut-off around the time of result announcement. So, as of now, the figure shall remain a mystery. However, candidates can take a look at the past-year cut-offs to predict a range. The cut-off is likely to lie between 340 and 355.
Following is a table summarising the past-years cut-offs –