UPSC has finally published the revised date of the NDA 1 2020 written exam which was postponed due to the COVID-19 situation in the country. The UPSC today revised the dates for all the exams and published a new exam calendar. As per the latest UPSC calendar, the NDA 1 2020 exam will be conducted on 06 Sep 2020 along with the NDA 2 2020 exam. Meaning, both NDA 1 2020 and NDA 2 2020 will be conducted on 06th Sep 2020. A common examination for both NDA& NA Exam (I) and NDA&NA Exam (II), 2020 will be held on 06.09.2020.
The Union Public Service Commission conducts the NDA entrance examination twice every year in the months of April and November as NDA – I and NDA – II, to admit the young blood into the regular Army, Navy and Air Force. This is a national level entrance examination. Candidates who are willing to join the regular forces like Army, Navy, and Air Force, this is their first steps and gateway to serve the nation. After completing 10+2 only they are getting a golden opportunity to join the regular forces. NDA examination consists of 2 phases written exam and followed by SSB Interview. After clearing the SSB interview, qualified candidates will go through the medical examination and document verification process.
NDA 1 2020 ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA: Before applying the NDA 1 2020 notification once try to read the eligibility conditions to appear the examination. Because UPSC always changes the age limits and cut-off dates will be mentioned in the NDA 1 2020 Notification. Here are the eligibility conditions to appear for NDA 1 2020 Examination.
NDA 1 2020 AGE LIMIT: Age limit is a very important criterion in the NDA 1 2020 notification. UPSC follows strict rules considering the dates.
The dates given by UPSC for NDA 1 2020 are: Only unmarried male candidates born not earlier than 02nd July 2001 and not later than 1st July 2004 are eligible
NDA 1 2020 EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATION: As we mentioned earlier this NDA examination admits the young blood into the regular Army, Navy, and Air Force. It chooses the candidates who completed their 10+2 examination.