UPSC NDA 2021: Last Chance to Apply for Women Candidates Today, Exam Will Be Held on November 14

UPSC NDA: The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) will close the registration process for female candidates for NDA/NA Exam 2021 on Thursday, October 8.

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Union Public Service Commission, UPSC has released the National Defense Academy (NDA) and Naval Academy (NA) exam date. The exam date of UPSC NDA, NA 2021 has been fixed as November 14, 2021. This time female candidates can also appear in the exam. Today, October 8, 2021, has been fixed as the last date to apply for female candidates. Women candidates can now apply by visiting the official website of the commission, upsc.gov.in. UPSC NDA, NA 2021 exam date was released long before the commission decided to include women candidates. This exam will allow women candidates to get admission in either the Naval Academy and the National Defense Academy. This decision was supported by the Supreme Court, even ruling that it should be implemented from this year itself.

UPSC NDA Exam Date 2021: Important Dates

Event name Date
Last date to apply for female candidates 8 October 2021 till 6 pm
NDA, NA Exam Date 2021 (For All Candidates) November 14, 2021

Candidates must note that the registration process is currently only for female candidates. Whereas for all other candidates it has been closed.

UPSC NDA, NA Exam 2021: How to Apply (For Female Candidates)

  • Candidates visit the official website upsc.gov.in.
  • On the homepage, go to the link which reads ‘Registration for Female Candidates for NDA/NA Exam 2021’.
  • Alternatively, female candidates can also click on the direct link provided here to apply for UPSC NDA, NA Exam 2021.
  • After applying for Part I, candidates should apply with Part II.
  • Enter your asked details like personal details, academic details, and then upload the required documents.
  • Once you are done, click on submit.
  • Your UPSC NDA Exam 2021 Application for Female Candidate will be submitted.
  • Download and print a copy of the same for future references.

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