UPSC is going to announce the NDA II admit card 2021 soon on the official website, upsc.gov.in. The UPSC NDA II exam is tentatively scheduled for November 14, 2021. Candidates can check their admit card of UPSC NDA II by entering their login credentials. This year, the UPSC NDA exam is scheduled to be conducted across 75 different test centers.
Earlier, exam was scheduled for September 05, 2021 however the same was postponed citing the covid-19 pandemic. The candidates who have registered themselves for the UPSC NDA 2021 exam must keep a tab on the portal for all the latest updates.
As of now, there is no formal announcement by the commission regarding the release date of the NDA 2 admit card of UPSC. However, analysing the previous year dates of the release of the admit card, we have deduced a probable date on which the admit card can be released. In 2020, the admit card was released on August 10, 2020, and the exam was held on September 06, 2020. Whereas in 2019, the admit card for NDA 2 was available from October 25 and the exam was held on November 17, 2019. A similar trend was followed in 2018 also, when admit card was released on August 22 and the result was released on September 09, 2018.
With the previous year data, we can analyse that there is a gap of almost 25 to 26 days between the date of NDA II admit card release and exam date. If a similar pattern is followed in 2021 too, then we can expect that the admit card of NDA II, 2021 is going to be released by October 10 to 15, 2021.
Once the NDA II admit card is released, candidates have to download it by visiting the official website. On the website, they need to log in with their registration number and date of birth. Upon successful login, candidates can check out their admit card and cross verify the same for all the major details i.e. personal details, test centre address, exam timing, reporting time, covid-19 instructions etc.
The UPSC NDA II 2021 written examination is an offline test having questions in bilingual language. The examination comprises of two sections i.e. mathematics and general ability test. The first paper accounts for 300 marks and the second paper accounts for 600 marks. Candidates get 2 hours and 30 minutes to complete each paper separately.