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Indian Defence Academy provides weekly classes of current affairs and also launch monthly compilations of current affairs.
Yes, any student who has passed his 10+2 from a recognised board can appear for NDA and any graduate from a recognised university can apper foe CDS. But one needs to note that non-science students can opt only for army. Entry in Air force and Navy seeks physics and mathematics as essential subjects.
It is obvious that students have an advantage of information in present online era. They can access lots of information on just a click. But this information avalanche becomes hindrance in their preparation also. Students are not able to distinguish between required and Non- required information and it kills both time and energy of the students. On the other hand although offline classes have less information as compared to online platform yet it provides well informed class, doubt session and regular test series which make preparation more real and close to the reality of exam.
NDA is the short form of National Defence Academy which is a joint services academy of the Indian Armed Forces. It is the place where trainees of Indian Army, Indian Air Force, and Indian Navy get training together before they appear to pre-commissioning training in their relevant service academies. National Defense Academy is the first tri-service school in the world. NDA candidates are selected by conducting a written exam, SSB and personal interview. This is held twice a year in the months of April and August.
For joining National Defence Academy, an aspirant has to appear in the entrance exam conducted by Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) which is known as NDA exam. It is conducted twice a year. The UPSC is exclusively in charge of issuing guidelines for selection and the final conduct of the entrance examination. The NDA exam consists of 3 levels, the written examination, SSB and personal interview.