UPSC NDA NA 2 Exam 2023 Results Declared
The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has just released the results for the NDA (National Defence Academy) and NA (Naval Academy) Written Exam 2023, also known as NDA, NA 2. Candidates who took these exams can view their results on the official website – upsc.gov.in.
The commission has provided a list of roll numbers for the candidates who have passed the written test. For those candidates who have made it to this stage, the next step on their journey to join the Indian armed forces, including the Army, Navy, and Air Force, is to participate in the SSB (Staff Selection Board) interviews. The dates and locations for these interviews will be communicated to the shortlisted candidates through their registered email addresses later.
The UPSC made an official announcement on its website regarding the release of UPSC NDA (National Defence Academy) and NA (Naval Academy) 2 Results for 2023. Along with this news, the commission also mentioned that candidates who have been shortlisted in the exam must complete an online registration process on the Indian Army recruiting website – joinindianarmy.nic.in. They need to do this within two weeks from the date of the result announcement.
UPSC NDA 2 Result 2023: How to Download
Candidates can follow the below-mentioned step-by-step process to download the result.
- Navigate to the website of UPSC – upsc.gov.in
- Tap on ‘Written Result: National Defence Academy and Naval Academy Examination-II, 2023’
- Now, download UPSC NDA 2 Result PDF and check search for your roll number through ‘ctrl f’.
- Take the printout of the result.
The UPSC NDA NA examinations were held on September 3 in two shifts, with Paper I (Mathematics) and Paper II (General Aptitude Test) lasting 2 hours and 30 minutes each. The NDA and NA 2 exams were held to fill a total of 400 positions (375 in the National Defence Academy and 25 in the Naval Academy). The NDA and NA exams are only open to male Indian candidates who are unmarried. The candidates must have completed their class 12 or equivalent examinations, and the age range for those applying for NDA is 16.5 to 19.5 years.
The candidates who pass this stage will be assigned specific Selection Centres and dates for their SSB (Staff Selection Board) interviews. These details will be sent to their registered email addresses. If a candidate has previously registered on the site, they won’t need to do it again.
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