NDA Exam Centres: The list of Exam Centres for NDA 2022 has been disclosed by the exam conducting authority UPSC. Candidates will select 3 preferred exam centres while applying for NDA Exam. It’s suggested to fill the applying form early so as to get the proffered examination centre. The allotment of centres are going to be done on the first-apply-first-allot basis and once the capacity of a particular Centre is attained, the same is going to be frozen.
Applicants, who cannot get a centre of their choice due to the ceiling, are going to be required to decide on a centre from the remaining ones. NDA written exam is going to be conducted in Apr 2022. Read below for more on NDA Exam Centres 2022 like NDA 1 Exam Centers, NDA 2 Exam Centers, NDA Centre Allotment etc.
NDA 2022 Exam Centers:
Previously, NDA written examination was held at forty-one exam cities across the country. As per the prescribed timings and venue within the admit card of NDA 2022, candidates ought to report half-hour before the reporting time on the day of examination. Candidates should carry the admit card together with the photo identity proof to the exam centre.
NDA Exam Centers:
|12.||Delhi||National Capital Territory of Delhi|
|20.||Jammu||Jammu and Kashmir|
|31.||Port Blair||Andaman and Nicobar Islands|
|37.||Srinagar||Jammu and Kashmir|
ALSO, READ: NDA ADMIT CARD 2022.
UPSC NDA Exam Centres 2022 Important Points:
The list of exam centres is prescribed by the Union Public Service Commission.
Candidates are going to be able to choose up to 3 examination centres as per their convenience while filling the application form.
The number of candidates that may select a specific examination centre is limited.
UPSC NDA Test Centres are going to be assigned to candidates on the first-come-first-serve basis.
Once a centre has reached its capacity, candidates won’t be able to select that specific centre and should choose alternative centres nearby.
Seat limits haven’t been obligatory on the subsequent exam centres – Chennai, Dispur, Kolkata and Nagpur.
UPSC won’t accept the request to make changes in exam centres.