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    Eligibility Criteria

    NDA Qualification, 12th Percentage & Marks 
    The NDA qualification required is different for candidates applying to the other army wings. Take a look at the detailed NDA eligibility criteria of educational qualification for candidates applying for the Army, Navy, and Air Force below:
    Wing Required NDA Qualification
    Army Candidate must be appearing/passed Class 12 or equivalent examination from a recognized board
    Air Force & Naval wings of NDA and 10+2 Cadet entry scheme at INA Candidate must be appearing/cleared his class 12 or equivalent examination with Physics and Mathematics.
    What is the NDA age limit?
     It is essential for the candidates to satisfy and fulfil every criterion for advancing further in the recruitment process. The NDA age limit for the aspirants must be between 16.5-19.5 years to apply for the exam. The candidate must have not been born earlier than 2 July 2004 and not later than 1 July 2007.

    Exam Pattern

    The exam paper of NDA written exam is Divided into Two Parts. GAT and Mathematics. All the questions in the exam will be objective type. There will be a total of 150 questions in GAT while the Mathematics part will carry a total of 120 questions. Each section of the exam will be held for 21⁄2 hours. The GAT section will be for 600 marks while the Mathematics section will carry 300 marks.  The GAT section is divided into two parts. Part A comprises English while Part B consists of General Knowledge.

    ->> NDA Exam Pattern for the written exam is given below:

    ->> Candidates can check below the distribution of questions in the GAT paper: