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NDA 2023 : ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA
The NDA eligibility criteria are decided by the Union Public Service Commission. Candidates willing to appear for NDA exams can apply for the same only if they fulfil the prescribed NDA Eligibility Criteria.
The eligibility criteria of NDA comprise four main aspects that are mandatory for applicants to fulfil. The four main aspects of NDA eligibility are:
 NDA Age Limit, Marital Status & Gender
 NDA Citizenship/Nationality
 NDA Educational Qualification
 NDA Physical/ Medical Qualification.
The UPSC prescribes NDA/ NA eligibility in detail in the official notification. The Commission will release the notification for UPSC NDA 2 2023 exam on December 21st, 2022. Candidates can check the NDA Notification to dive deep for relevant details.
NDA 2023 ELIGIBILITY
Through the official notice, UPSC releases a detailed description of the Naval Academy eligibility condition mandatory for the exam. The highlights of the detailed eligibility conditions, as discussed below in the article, are given in the following table:
NDA Exam I & II: Eligibility Conditions  
Particulars  Details 
Name of the Exam  NDA 
NDA FullForm  National Defence Academy 
Conducting Body  Union Public Service Commission 
Exam Level  National 
Selection Process 

Post  Lieutenant 
NDA Nationality  Indian 
NDA Age Limit 

NDA Educational Qualifications 

Gender and Marital Requirements  Unmarried Female and Male 
NDA Eligibility for Female Candidates:
The Supreme Court of India issued an interim judgement allowing female candidates to register for the exam in 2021. Refer to the following details for information on female candidates’ NDA eligibility:
 The NDA eligibility for female candidates is equal to that for male candidates, according to UPSC.
 For female applicants to the NDA Exam, the height, weight, and vision criteria are the same as for male applicants.
 Female candidates must meet the same NDA requirements as male candidates, including marital status.
 The physical requirements for female candidates must be equivalent to those for male candidates.
Education Qualification – NDA Eligibility
For Army Wing of NDA  12th Class pass of the 10+2 pattern of School Education or equivalent examination conducted by a State Education Board or a University. 
For Air Force and Naval Wings of NDA  12th Class pass of the 10+2 pattern of School Education or equivalent with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics conducted by a State Education Board or a University. 
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, Chemistry and Mathematics conducted by a State Education Board or a University. 
NDA Selection Process
The NDA selection process consists of three major stages. They are as follows:
 Written Test,
 SSB interview, and
 Medical Test.
NDA Exam Pattern
 Although, the NDA 1 2023 Exam Pattern is provided below:
 NDA is conducted through offline mode.
 The duration of the examination will be 2 hours 30 minutes.
 All the questions in the question paper will be of multiple choice type.
 The entire examination of NDA will be 180 marks.
 0.33 marks will be deducted for each wrong answer
 NDA exam is conducted in both Hindi and English. (Except for the English part)
 The exam will consist of two papers: Mathematics and General Ability Test.
NDA Exam Syllabus
The two components of the NDA syllabus that make up the written test are the General Ability Test (GAT) and Mathematics. The GAT will test your knowledge of history, general knowledge, current affairs of national and international events, English, science, and geography. On the other side, the NDA’s Mathematics paper will have questions based on 10+2.
The GAT paper can obtain a maximum of 600 marks under the UPSC NDA syllabus, but the Mathematics section can only receive 300. Last but not least, UPSC will conduct the SSB/Interview for those who pass the written test requirements.
UPSC NDA Maths Syllabus
Name of Topic  NDA Maths Syllabus 
Algebra  Set concept, Sets operations, Venn diagrams, Laws of De Morgan, Cartesian product, Relations, Equivalence relation, Real number representation on a line, Complex numbers – basic properties, module, argument, cube roots, Binary number system, Conversion to the binary system of a number in the decimal system and vice versa, Progressions in arithmetic, geometry, and harmony, Solution of linear inequations of two variables by graphs, Permutation and Combination, Binomial theorem and its applications, Logarithms and their applications. 
Matrices and Determinants  Matrix types, Operations, The determinant of a matrix, Determinants’ properties, ApplicationSolution of a system of linear equations in two or three unknowns by the Cranmer’s Rule and by the Matrix method, etc. 
Trigonometry  Angles and their degree and measurements, Trigonometric ratios, Sum of trigonometric identities and formulas, Multiple angles and submultiples, Trigonometric functions & their inverse, ApplicationsHeight and Distance, Triangle Properties. 
Analytical geometry of two and three dimensions  The Cartesian Rectangular Coordinate System, Formula of distance, Equation of a line in different shapes, Two lines of angle, A point’s distance from a line, Standard and general equation of a circle, parabola, ellipse, and hyperbola, A conic’s eccentricity and axis Point the distance between two points in a threedimensional space, Cosines of direction and ratios of direction, Two points of the equation, Cosines of direction and ratios of direction, A plane equation and a line in different forms, Two lines of the angle between two planes, Sphere’s equation, etc. 
Differential calculus  Concept of a valued function – a function’s domain, range, and graph, Composite functions, one by one, on, and vice versa, Limit notion, default limits — examples, Continuity of functions— examples, Continuous functional algebraic operations, Function derivative at a point, geometric and physical interpretation of an application derivative, Summary derivatives, product, and function quotient derivatives, function derivatives for another function, 20 composite function derivatives, Derivatives of the second order. Increasing and diminishing functions, Application of derivatives in maxima and minima problems, etc. 
Integral Calculus and Differential Equations  Differentiation and integration, standard integrals with algebraic expressions, trigonometric, exponential, and hyperbolic functions.Definite integrals — determination of areas of curved plane regions — applications, General and particular solutions of differential equations, Solutions of the first order, and 1stdegree differential equations of various types—examples, Applications in problems of growth and decay. 
Vector Algebra  2D and 3D vectors, vector magnitude, and direction, Unit and null vectors, vector adding, scalarvector multiplication, scalar product or dot product, vector product, or cross product, Applications — work done through force and moment of force and in geometric problems. 
Statistics & Probability  Statistics: data classification, distribution of frequencies, the cumulative distribution of frequencies — examples, Examples of graphic representation— histogram, pie chart, polygon frequency. Central tendency measurements — mean, median, and mode. Variance and deviation of standard — determination, and comparison, Correlation and regression, Sample space, events, exhaustive events & mutually exclusive, impossible and certain events associated with random experiments, results and associated, Union and events intersection, Complementary, composite, and elementary events, Probability, Bayes Theorem, Random variable on a sample space as a function, Binomial distribution, examples of random experiments, the binomial distribution. 
UPSC NDA English Syllabus
 Grammar & usage
 Comprehension & cohesion
 Spotting of errors
 Para Jumbling
 Fill in the blanks
 Synonyms & Antonyms
 Vocabulary
 Cloze Test
 Idioms & Proverbs
 Completion of Sentence & Para
 Sentence Correction & Improvement
UPSC NDA GAT Syllabus
History, Geography, English, Current Affairs, Physics, GK, Chemistry, and General Science below sectionwise.
NDA Physics Syllabus
 Properties of Mass, Weight, Volume, and Sound waves
 Properties and States of Matter
 Heat and its effects
 Barometer
 Rectilinear propagation of Light
 Density and Specific Gravity
 Human Eye
 Electrical Circuits
 Spherical mirrors and human eye lenses
 Reflection and Refraction of Light
 Velocity/Acceleration
 Motion of objects
 Natural and Artificial Magnets
 Archimedes’ Principle
 Properties of a Magnet
 Newton’s Laws of Motion
 Earth as a Magnet
 Force and Momentum
 Static and Current Electricity
 Parallelogram of Forces
 Ohm’s Law
 Power and Energy
 Primary and Secondary Cells
 Use of XRays
 Elementary ideas of work
 Magnetic effects of Current
 Gravitation
 Conductors and Nonconductors
 Measurement of Temperature and Heat
 Working of Simple Pendulum, Pulleys, Levers, Periscope, Siphon, Balloon, Pumps, Gramophone, Hydrometer, Pressure Cooker, Thermos Flask, Lightning Conductors, Telegraphs, Telephone, Telescope, Microscope, Mariner’s Compass, Safety Fuses.
NDA Chemistry Syllabus
 Changes in physical and chemical conditions.
 Chemical Combination Law.
 Air and water properties.
 Hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen, and carbon dioxide preparation and properties, oxidation, and reduction. Acids, bases, salts, etc. Carbon— various forms. Fertilizers— Artificial and Natural.
 Material used in the preparation of substances such as Soap, Glass, Ink, Paper, Cement, Paints, GunPowder and Safety Matches.
 Basic ideas on Atom, Atomic Equivalent and Molecular Weights structure, Valence.
NDA General Science Syllabus
 Living and nonliving differences
 Life basis — cells, protoplasms, tissues
 Plant and animal growth and reproduction
 Human Body’s basic knowledge and its important organs
 Common epidemics, causes, and prevention of them
 Food — man’s energy source
 Food constituents, balanced diet
 Meteors and Comets Solar System, Eclipses.
 Eminent Scientists’ achievements
NDA History Syllabus
 A comprehensive survey of Indian History, focusing on culture and civilization
 Freedom movement
 Indian Constitution and Administration elementary study
 India’s Five Year Plans
 Panchayati Raj, Community Development Cooperatives
 Bhoodan, Sarvodaya, Mahatma Gandhi’s Basic Teachings, National Integration and Welfare State
 Modern world forces; Renaissance, Exploration, and Discovery
 American Independence War
 French Revolution, Russian Revolution, and the Industrial Revolution
 Impact on society of science and technology
 One World Concept, UN, Panchsheel, Democracy, Socialism, and Communism
 India’s role in today’s world
NDA Geography Syllabus
 The shape and size of the Earth
 Lattitudes, Longitudes, Time Concept
 DateLine International
 Earth’s movements and effects
 Earth’s origin
 Rocks and their classification; mechanical and chemical weathering, earthquakes, and volcanoes
 Ocean Currents and Tides Atmosphere and their composition; Temperature and Atmospheric Pressure, Planetary Winds, Cyclones, and Anticyclones; Humidity; Condensation 23 and Precipitation; Climate Types, World’s Major Natural Regions
 India’s regional geography— climate, natural vegetation.
 Resources for minerals and power; location and distribution of agricultural and industrial activities
 Important seaports and major seaports, land, and air routes
NDA Current Affairs
 Knowledge of major events that have occurred in India over the past few years
 Important exercises conducted between countries worldwide with special reference to India
 Current major events in the world
 Latest appointments
 Important personalities around the world including those related to cultural and sports activities