New Delhi, 22 December 2021 – The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has released the results for the National Defence Academy II (NDA II) 2021 exam. As per the released result, over 8000 candidates have qualified the entrance exam. Among these, more than 1000 female aspirants have made it to the second round of the selection process – the Services Selection Board (SSB) interview.
The commission has also released the list of female aspirants who have made it into the top 10 list across the country. Other candidates can check their results by visiting UPSC’s official website. This is not the final result for UPSC NDA II exam but shows the number of applicants who have made it into the SSB round. UPSC will release the final results after SSB interviews have taken place.
Note: There are a total of 19 vacancies for female candidates in the National Defense Academy (NDA). These include 10 for the Army, 3 for the Navy, and 6 for the Air Force [2 for flying, 2 for ground duty (tech), and 2 for ground duty (non-tech)]. This is the first batch and vacancies for female aspirants will increase with each passing year.
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UPSC NDA II Exam 2021 – Top 10 Female Candidates
Here is the top 10 list for women candidates in the NDA II exam 2021:
|Rank||Name of the Candidate|
|2||Patel Mahi Nayan Kuma|
|10||Brahmbhatt Krisha Pankajkumar|
UPSC NDA II Exam 2021 – Next Step
Candidates who have qualified the entrance exam are eligible to appear in the interview round that will be conducted by the Services Selection Board of the Ministry of Defence. Aspirants who are selected in the SSB round will begin their academic year from 2 July 2022.
Note: In case of any query regarding NDA results or the SSB round, candidates may get in touch with the Facilitation Counter of the UPSC NDA II 2021 exam. This can be done by dropping a call at 011-23385271, 011-23381125, or 011-23098543 between 10 am and 7 pm.
About UPSC NDA II Exam 2021
The UPSC NDA II exam 2021 was conducted on 14 November 2021. A total of 5,75,856 candidates registered for the exam and the written exam’s result was declared roll number-wise on 15 December 2021. Among the total number of candidates, 1,77,654 were women.