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Maa Tutorial

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National Defence Academy

The Best Defence Coaching Institute of Central India.

Maa Tutorial is the best NDA, CDS, CPF, AFCAT, SSB, IB, RIMC, Sainik & Military Schools, Indian Coast Guard Online/Offline coaching classes in Indore, Bhopal Madhya Pradesh.

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 situated at Indore, Bhopal, Mhow, and Gwalior. 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.

The NDA(National Defence Academy) is the Combined Services academy of the Indian Armed Forces, where cadets of the three branches, the Army, the Navy and the Air Force study together before heading to the respective Military Academy for further training. The NDA'S place is in Pune, Maharashtra, Khadakwasla. It is the world's first three-stage Academy. National Defence Academy is a major joint educational organization and centre of excellence to develop junior leaders for friendly foreign countries Indian Armed Forces and Air Forces.

The main focus of the Academy is to offer their students proper training and education for the preparation of NDA and designed the modules for the betterment of our students.


NDA FOUNDATION

The NDA Foundation courses for students in 9th, 10th, 11th and 12th grades are held in Maa Tutorial "best nda coaching in indore m.p." for four years. In the background of this class, we cover the entire NDA curriculum in order to help any student get through the written NDA test. Thus, candidates will rely on skills and expertise from their NCERT books and MKC Publishing Books and improve their odds of scraping the exam in the first try. If it's an Indian Navy, Air Force, or Army, our main goal is to help and train each student for NDA defence-related exams.

NDA Regular I

The NDA Foundation courses for students in 11th and 12th grades held in Maa Tutorial for two years.

NDA Regular II

The NDA Foundation courses for students after 12th grade held in Maa Tutorial for one year.


NDA Selection Method

The NDA (National Defence Academy) selection process is a rigorous and highly competitive process that involves several stages. Here are the various stages involved in the NDA selection process:

  1. Written Examination: The first stage of the selection process is a written examination. The exam consists of two papers, Mathematics and General Ability Test (GAT). The Mathematics paper is of 300 marks, and the GAT paper is of 600 marks. The written examination is conducted by the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC).
  2. SSB Interview: Candidates who clear the written examination are called for the Services Selection Board (SSB) Interview. The SSB interview is a five-day process that evaluates a candidate's personality, intelligence, and potential to be an officer in the armed forces. The SSB interview consists of various tests such as the Psychological Test, Group Task, and Interview.
  3. Medical Examination: Candidates who clear the SSB interview are required to undergo a medical examination to ensure they are medically fit to serve in the armed forces.
  4. Merit List: The final merit list is prepared based on the candidate's performance in the written examination, SSB interview, and medical examination.
  5. Training: Candidates who make it to the final merit list are selected for training at the National Defence Academy (NDA) located in Khadakwasla, Pune. The training at NDA is for three years and includes military training, academics, and physical training.
  6. Overall, the NDA selection process is a highly competitive process that evaluates a candidate's physical and mental capabilities to serve as an officer in the Indian Armed Forces.

Admission to the above courses will be made on the basis of the results of the written examination conducted by the commission and followed by intelligence and personality test by the Service Selection Board.

Educational qualification for appearing in Examination:

(i) For Army wing of National Defence Academy: -12th class pass of the 10+2 pattern of school education.

(ii) For Air force and Naval Wings of NDA and for the 10+2 cadet entry scheme at the Indian Naval Academy: – 12th class pass of the 10+2 pattern of school education or equivalent with Physics and Mathematics No minimum percentage required


Age limits

Candidates who are appearing in the 12th class under the 10+2 pattern of school education can also apply for the examination.

Examination Scheme and NDA selection Process

Written Examination

  • Paper I

    Mathematics - 300 marks (120 questions) duration of exam is 2½ Hours

  • Paper II

    General Ability Test - 600 marks (150 questions) duration of exam is 2½ Hours

Interview

SSB Interview: 900 Marks.
Papers of all subjects will consist of objective type questions only.

Syllabus and question paper pattern for NDA Selection:

Paper I, Mathematics (Questions-120, Max. Marks -300)
Algebra, Matrices and Determinants, Trigonometry, Analytical Geometry of two and three dimensions, Differential Calculus, Integral Calculus and Differential Equations, Vector Algebra, Statistics and Probability.

Paper II, General Ability Test (Questions-150, Max. Marks -600)
General Ability Test consists two parts

Part-A – English (Questions-50, Maximum Marks-200)
Grammar and usage, vocabulary, comprehension and cohesion in extended text to test the candidate’s proficiency in English e.g. Spotting errors, sentence improvement, fill in the blanks, antonyms, selecting words in a passage, comprehension Passages etc.

Part ‘B’ – General Knowledge (Questions-100, Maximum Marks-400)
History , Politics, Geography, General Science, Physics, Chemistry , Biology, Current affair Books, Sports.

Intelligence and personality Test for NDA selection

Verbal and non-verbal tests, group discussions, group planning, outdoor group tasks and asked to give brief lectures on specified subjects.
All these tests are intended to judge the mental caliber of a candidate, his social traits and interests in current affairs.

Topic wise pattern of paper II, General Ability Test, NDA & NA exam question paper.

Part-A – English (Maximum Marks-200, Questions-50)

  • Spotting errors – 11 questions
  • Sentence improvement – 12 questions
  • Fill in the blanks – 4 questions
  • Antonyms – 4 questions
  • Comprehension Passage – 7 questions
  • Selecting words in a passage – 12 questions

Part ‘B’ – General Knowledge (Maximum Marks-400, Questions-100)

  • History – 15 questions
  • Politics – 5 questions
  • Geography – 20 questions
  • General Science – 10 questions
  • Physics – 25 questions
  • Chemistry – 15 questions
  • Current affair – 8 questions
  • Book – 1 question
  • Sports – 1 question
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