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Maa Tutorial is the best NDA Online/Offline Coaching classes in Madhya Pradesh & Maharashtra.

Maa Tutorial is the best NDA coaching in Indore M.P. established in 1999, to train qualified and interested military candidates for armed forces & providing coaching at various locations in Madhya Pradesh & Maharashtra. The main focus of the Academy is to offer their students good training and education in order to achieve performance in the Armed Forces after secondary school. The academy gives its graduates proper guidance with their goals.

Combined Defence Services

The CDS (Combined Defence Services Examination), is conducted by the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) of India for recruitment into the Indian Military Academy, Indian Naval Academy, Air Force Academy, and Officers Training Academy. The CDS exam process includes the following stages:

  1. Online registration:
  2. Candidates must register online on the UPSC website during the registration period.

  3. Admit card:
  4. The UPSC will release the admit card for the written exam a few weeks before the exam date.

  5. Written exam:
  6. The CDS written exam is conducted in two stages:
  7. a. For Indian Military Academy, Indian Naval Academy, and Air Force Academy, the written exam comprises three papers: English, General Knowledge, and Elementary Mathematics.
  8. b. For Officers Training Academy, the written exam comprises two papers: English and General Knowledge.
  9. SSB interview:
  10. Candidates who clear the written exam are called for the Service Selection Board (SSB) interview, which is conducted over a period of five days. The SSB interview consists of various tests such as psychological tests, group tasks, and personal interview.

  11. Medical examination:
  12. Candidates who clear the SSB interview are required to undergo a medical examination conducted by the Armed Forces Medical Services.

  13. Merit list:
  14. A merit list is prepared based on the candidate's performance in the written exam and SSB interview.

  15. Training:
  16. Candidates who make it to the merit list are admitted to the respective academies for training.
  17. The CDS exam is a highly competitive exam and requires dedicated preparation. Candidates can refer to the official UPSC website and previous year's question papers for guidance on how to prepare for the exam.

  18. Combined Defence Services Examination (CDS)

    The Combined Defence Services (CDS) examination is carried out twice a year by the Union Civil Service Council for admission to the Indian Military Academy, the Indian Naval Academy, and the Indian Air Force Academy. The review notices are typically given in October and June, and exams in February and November are performed respectively. Only unmarried students will undergo the examination. After an assessment by the Services Selection Board (SSB), qualified candidates are accepted into the respective academies.

    Tentative Schedule (Examination held twice a year)

    Notification of Examination August and March
    Conduct of Examination February and August


    19-24 Years Indian Military Academy
    19-22 Years Naval Academy
    19-23 Years Air Force Academy
    19-25 Years Officer's Training Academy

    Educational Qualifications

    IMA & OTA Degree of a recognized University or equivalent
    Naval Academy B.Sc. with Physics & Mathematics or Bachelor of Engg
    Air Force Academy B.Sc. with Physics and/or Mathematics or Bachelor of Engg

    Scheme Of Examination

    Written Examination
    a) For Indian Military Academy Naval Academy and Air Force Academy 1. English (Objective type) 100 Marks
    2. General Knowledge (Objective type) 100 Marks
    3. Elementary Mathematics (Objective type) 100 Marks
    Total 300 Marks

    b) OTA For Officers’ Training Academy 1. English (Objective type) 100 Marks
    2. General Knowledge (Objective type) 100 Marks
    Total 200 Marks

    Marks for SSB Interviews

    IMA, NA and AFA 300 Marks
    OTA 200 Marks

Air Force Common Admission Test (AFCAT)

AFCAT (Air Force Common Admission Test) is an Indian Air Force admission test for applicants that are ready to join Indian Air Force as a Flying, Land (Technical) and Ground (Non-Technical) Commissioned Officer.

The Air Force Common Admission Test is a written examination carried out twice a year by Indian Air Force to undertake IAF officers. The formal review is then accompanied by interviews with the Air Force Evaluation Board of applicants.

Branch - Flying Branch - Ground Duty Branch - Ground Duty
PC/SSC - SSC for Men & Women
  • 205/19F/SSC/M & W

(Technical) {Aeronautical Engineer Electronics and Aeronautical Engineer Mechanicall}
PC/SSC - PC for Men and SSC for Men & Women
Course Number -
204/19T/SSC/M & W
(Nontechnical) {Administration, Logistics, Accounts and Education}
PC/SSC - PC for Men & SSC for Men & Women -
Course Number -204/19G/PC/M
204/19G/SSC/M & W

Nationality:- Candidate must be a citizen of India.


  • (i) Flying Branch through AFCAT and NCC Special Entry: 20 to 24 years. Upper age limit for candidates holding valid and current Commercial Pilot Licence issued by DGCA (India) is relaxable up to 26 years i.e.
  • (ii) Ground Duty (Technical & Non-technical) Branch: 20 to 26 years.

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