UPSC NDA and NA 1 results, 2022, out. Here is how to check

Those who cleared the exams will be eligible to appear for the Services Selection Board (SSB) interview rounds/ Representational image : Shutterctock/Stocksvids

The Union Public Service commission has announced the National Defence Academy (NDA) and Naval Academy (NA)-1 results. Candidates can check the results on the website,

Those who cleared the exams will be eligible to appear for the Services Selection Board (SSB) interview rounds conducted by the Ministry of Defence for admission in the army, navy and air force wings of the NDA.
(NDA -1 and -2 refers to two course terms — Autumn and Spring — for which admissions are held twice a year after two entrance tests of two rounds — the written exams and the interview. The same applies for Naval Academy admission.)

The steps
* Visit

* Click on What is New on the screen
* Select Written Results: National Defence Academy and Naval Academy Examination (II) 2021’ Candidates will be redirected to a pdf page
* Find the roll number among the list of short-listed candidates. Download and print a copy for future reference.

SSB interview
Candidates will also have to register online on the official website of Indian Army within two weeks of the announcement of the NDA-1 result.

The successful candidates will then be allotted to selection centres and dates of SSB interview will be passed on via e-mail.

Candidates are also requested to submit original certificates of age and educational qualification to respective SSB’s during the SSB interview, the Commission further said in the notification.

Marksheets soon
The marksheets of candidates will be displayed on the website within 15 days of publishing of the final results.  

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