Why you need a NDA Admit Card?
The Government of India basically conducts an examination called the UPSC examination that is Union Public Service Commission examination every year which if cleared qualifies the person to join himself or herself to the National Defense Academy (NDA admit card) or Other national services. In this examination the basic set of syllabus consists of:
Paper- I Mathematics: Algebra, Trigonometry, Matrices & Determinants, Differential Calculus, Integral Calculus & Equations, Statistics, Probability, Vector Algebra.
Paper- II General Ability Test:
- Part A: English
- Part B: General Knowledge
- Section A Physics
- Section B Chemistry
- Section C General Science
- Section D History, Freedom Movement etc.
- Section E Geography
- Section F Current Events
UPSC was basically formed 91 years ago that is 1st October 1926 in New Delhi, India. The basic reason of conducting these examinations is to find out eligible candidates to serve the Government in various services. These examinations are conducted by the government each year. UPSC is said to be the biggest government service recruitment agency which is managed and organized by the Government of India.
Things to keep in mind while you prepare for UPSC Exam
“UPSC examination is not considered to be that easy well but once you go ahead with it you have achieved it “says UPSC examination Coordinator, New Delhi. UPSC examination is classified under the most competitive examinations in the history of Examinations which are held by the Government of India. This examination gives you a position which is prestigious and which cannot be taken back from you. Qualifying this examination basically makes you a civil service servant who has the knowledge of each and every thing that is important and necessary for the growth and development of the country. India basically seeks candidates who have cleared UPSC exams.
Here are some points you need to keep in mind when you prepare for this examination wherein you are not struck with stress or depression. These points will help you prepare for the best, consider the following:
- Be updated with the UPSC exam dates and keep checking them alternatively, as there are possibilities of dates being variable. There may be notifications in which nee dates shall be declared. To be updated daily about the exam dates refer to the newspaper once in a while in a day.
- Get your Personal Interview (Personal test) quotient done before hand before you appear this competitive examination that is held every year by the Government of India, this is all the way depending upon your performance. Once you have a satisfactory PI achieve you are all set for the examination and that the mindset you have is also clear.
- Be sure about the Subsets of IAS which are basically IPS (Indian Police service), IRS (Indian Revenue Service), IFS (Indian Foreign Service) be focused and have a good understanding about what you want to head into it will help you to get focused and helps you prepare better.
- Have a good preparation technique formed which will help you practice and revise intensely. Understand the time you require to study and perform well. Keep a good time period for yourself so that you can plan out well and study hard.
- Outline the syllabus you have an understand the importance of each and every section or part you are going to appear. Plan out and make yourself comfortable with each and every topic that you are going to appear. Also design your study matter in such a way that reading it or studying it never builds in stress in you.
- Understand the objective of the syllabus that you are asked to study and perform accordingly. Divide the subjects well and mange and organize the subjects in a link so that one you study the other is link to it. Managing subjects ill help you study and perform well which will make it easier for you.
- Even though you have a lengthy syllabus to go through enjoy what you are preparing for. Know and understand that whatever you are doing is excellent and brilliant and that you are pursuing something which is impossible for others but not for you! Make yourself comfortable with all that you are reading so that it helps you be positive.
These tips are some of the useful ones which has a record built in that has helped millions of people take their UPSC exams clear out easily.
What is a NDA Admit card?
NDA Admit card is a official entry card which is issued by the government of India while there conducting the UPSC exams each year. This card has to be downloaded online from the official website of the UPSC examination feed and updates. This NDA Admit Card is mandatory for all those candidates who are appearing for this UPSC examination in the current year (whichever applicable). Without this card your appearance shall be null and void. Either you can collect this NDA Admit Card from your nearest academy who provides you this card from the direct UPSC government centers or you can download these online too.
What is required to have a NDA Admit Card?
There are basic requirements you should be available with while you need a NDA Admit Card.
- Your NDA Registration ID & Valid date of birth or,
- NDA Exam Roll Number & Date of Birth (valid)
- You must bear a Candidate name, the participants father or mothers name and Date of Birth (valid).
Steps to download the NDA Admit card :-
Step1. Click on this link if you are from a Delhi Centre & Non Delhi Centers https://upsconline.nic.in/eadmitcard/upsc_ac2/admitcard_NDAI_2017_delhi/.
Step2. Then read the instructions carefully and understand them carefully (these instructions are available in two languages Hindi & English)
Step3. If you wish to have the printout of this Admit Ticket, then then read well and take the printout of it.
(To understand the further procedures keep clicking yes After you read things well.)
Step4. On the webpage you will be directed to two option wherein you have to choose anyone option 1) Download the Admit Card by Registration ID or Download the Admit Card by NDA Roll number.
Step5. If you go ahead with the Registration Id, then you need to add the UPSA NDA registration Id once again followed by the Date of Birth and then all you need to do is submit.
Step6. If you go ahead by the NDA roll number, then you need to enter the Roll number followed by the Date of Birth the you need to enter the code sent by the website for confirmation and submit.
Note: After all these procedures are submitted the candidates shall be issued a e-admit ticket on the official website of upsc.gov.in so that these can be downloaded by them before the examination. These cards are issued 3 days before the examination initiates.
What shall you do if you face any issues while downloading NDA Admit Card?
If you are unable to locate the admit card online, then you need to urgently contact the Commission. The following numbers can be used to contact
Extension No. 4119, 4120