Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) will issue the NDA Admit Card 2019 on April 01, 2019. The offline examination for admission into National Defense Academy (NDA) / Naval Academy (NA) will be conducted by UPSC on April 21, 2019. The candidates who have registered themselves for the examination will be able to download the admit card by entering the registration id/roll number and date of birth from upsc.gov.in.
The estimation of the admit card to be released on April 01, 2019 has been done as per the information provided in the official notification. As per the official notification, the admit card will be issued 03 weeks prior to the examination. UPSC will upload the admit card on the official website, and the candidates will be able to download the admit card until the day of the exam.
After downloading the admit card the candidates should verify all the details printed on the admit card. If any details are incorrect then he /she communicate to the Commission at least to weeks prior to the examination at the facilitation center in Commission. Either candidate can call over the helpline numbers provided by the UPSC to remove the discrepancy on the admit card on 011-23381125 / 011- 23385271 /011-23098543. Also, the email can be dropped at [email protected]
If a candidate is unable to download the admit card, in this situation he/she must immediately contact the UPSC for non – receipt of admit card. For this issue as well the candidates can call over on the same as the provided above only in working hours. The candidates can convey their problems electronically through email at [email protected] The candidates can visit the UPSC in person as well.
While appearing for the examination the candidate has to carry a photo identity proof along with the hard copy of e – admit card. The candidates can carry any of the following – Voter id card, Aadhaar Card, PAN Card, Passport, Driving License. In case the photo is missing on the admit card, the candidate has to carry 03 copies of admit card in the examination hall.
The candidates have to undergo the written examination and Service Selection Board Interview. In written examination is of 900 marks, in which Maths paper is of 300 marks and General Aptitude Test (GAT) is of 600 marks. There is the provision of negative marking, on each occurrence of an incorrect answer, there will be a deduction of 33% marks assigned to each question.
UPSC releases the result of the written examination within 01 and half month, this has been speculated after the analysis of the result released by UPSC. The result of NDA will be based on the performance of the candidates in the written examination and the minimum qualifying marks decided by the UPSC.