UPSC NDA II 2018 Online Application form released

UPSC NDA II 2018 Online Application form released

The online application form for UPSC NDA II has been released on its official site. The Examination is available on the site which is, The last date to submit the application is July 2 2018. The fees for the application for general category is Rs 100 while candidates from SC/ST/OBC backgrounds won’t have to pay for the examination. There are 383 vacancies for the candidates. The age criterion for the candidates is from 18 to 20 years, and they should have passed their 12th class examinations. The candidates who are applying for the examination should note that there is a limit to the number of students who are going to be allotted an examination centres, except in the states: Chennai, Dispur, Kolkata and Nagpur.

The candidates are going to be allotted the centres based on first apply-first ballot basis and once the capacity for the centres if filled they can’t appear for the examination at that region. So, it’ll be better if they apply as soon as they get the notice.

All the candidates who are going to appear for the test will be given an e-admit card three weeks before the examination date. They can easily download if from the official website, (, when it is uploaded to the site. There is also going to be negative marking for wrong questions in the objective tests. The candidates are only allowed to use black ball point pen to answer the questions on their OMR sheets. Its important that they don’t make any mistakes in filling the OMR sheets with their details, otherwise it can get rejected. There is a section of special instructions in the notice that is now available to download from the site, they are advised to read all the necessary steps so as to make sure there’s nothing wrong with their applications.


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