The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has released e-admit cards for the National Defence Academy and Naval Academy II exams. The admit card will be available till November 14. Those who have applied can download their UPSC NDA II hall ticket from upsc.gov.in or upsconline.nic.in
This would be the first time when women candidates will also participate in the UPSC NDA/NA exam. UPSC had opened the registration window earlier for women candidates to apply to appear in the exam.
Please Note! For verification purpose, don’t forget to bring along the admit card and a government-approved photo ID proof to the examination centre. The admit card should carry the name, roll and registration number, year of exam, and other details. Candidates must ensure that these details are accurate.
How to download UPSC NDA II admit card 2021?
Step 1: Visit upsc.gov.in
Step 2: Click on the ‘Admit Card’ section under ‘what’s new’
Step 3: After the E-admit card page appears, click the below link on ‘E-Admit Cards for various Examinations of UPSC’
Step 4: Read instructions carefully and click proceed
Step 5: Log-in using credentials
Step 6: Admit card will appear, download
UPSC will not take any responsibility if the non-receipt of admit card is not intimated to the commission’s office on time. Candidates must read carefully UPSC NDA 2 Admit Card 2021 and in case of any error, bring it to the notice of the UPSC administrative office.
If a candidate receives a wrong admit card, it should be notified to the commission with a request to issue the correct one. Candidates should note that the name in the admit card, in some cases, maybe abbreviated due to technical reasons.
UPSC NDA 2 Admit Card 2021 is one of the mandatory documents to appear for the examination, without which candidates won’t be allowed to enter the exam centre.
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