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NDA WRITTEN COACHING INSTITUTE

Join the best NDA coaching in Delhi and get selected in NDA with our thoughtfully designed curriculum and classroom study. In our NDA coaching, we believe that every success depends upon a good planning and thus, we lay special emphasis on study material, mock tests, question banks and online/offline tests. The Cavalier, tops in the rank of NDA coaching center in Delhi having well qualified facilities and been transforming aspirants into a successful candidates.

National Defence Academy is located Khadakwasla, Pune Cadets join after 10+2 Exam on passing the UPSC Exam and SSB Interview.  Our best institute for NDA trains cadets of Army, Air Force, and Navy for three years before they go on to their respective service academies for the pre-commission training of one year. At the time of passing out of NDA the cadets are awarded a Graduation degree from JNU. We are the best institute for NDA preparation as besides education emphasis is laid on physical fitness, discipline, character building, esprit-de-corps, and leadership. The Academic year is divided into two Semesters I.e. Spring (Jan to May) and Autumn (Jul to Dec). If you are searching for NDA coaching center then trust The Cavalier to guide you towards excellence and success in the National Defence Academy examination.

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Why Cavalier
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  • The Cavalier (Since 2001) has the highest success rate in the country.

  • We have the most Qualified and Dedicated Faculty. (Minimum 5 years Teaching Experience)

  • We provide Maximum Hours of Coaching 90 Days x 3 Hours per day.

  • Weekly / Biweekly tests are conducted to assess the growth of the students.

  • Free online Tests & Assignment are available to our students.

  • Free Refresher Course of 10 days.

  • Current Affairs Classes by Expert

  • Revision Classes in Last Month’s Coaching

  • Free Refresher Course with Three FLT on Each Paper

State Government & Defence Forces Repose Faith in The Cavalier

  • State Government & Defence Forces Repose Faith in The Cavalier

  • MOU Signed with The Infantry Directorate, Indian Army

  • MOU Signed with Indian Coast Guard

  • MOU Signed with Govt of Sikkim

  • MOU Signed with Govt of Delhi

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Total Selection

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Fee Structure

NDA (Long Course)

Duration: 90

₹26,000

+GST

Next Batch will commence on: Mar 3, 2024

NDA (Long Course)

Duration: 180

₹36,000

+GST

Next Batch will commence on: Mar 3, 2024

NDA (Crash Course)

Duration: 40 Days

₹18,000

+GST

Next Batch will commence on: Mar 12, 2024

Hostel & Mess Facility

Winters (Nov to March) @ Rs. 400/- per day
Summers (Apr to Oct) @ Rs. 450/- per day (With A/C)
Three Meals + Tea
Refundable Security Deposite Rs 500/-
Lunch for Day Scholars Rs 70/-(Min 03 Days)

 

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Faculty

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Mr. Shekhar Singh

Maths Faculty - B.Tech(EEE)
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Mrs. Goldie Vohra

English Faculty - M.A (English) B.Ed
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Mr. Abhishek Thakur

Physics Faculty - B. Tech
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How To Prepare For NDA?

We would advise dedicated students to buy old question papers and solve them in real-time to assess their strengths and weaknesses. Thereafter, concentrate on maximizing your marks by laying emphasis on each chapter/ topic which affords you a better probability of solving questions within a minute. Our faculty will provide you short cut techniques to do so. Also, work on basics of Grammar to get marks in English. It will bring up your overall merit.

The Cavalier has well qualified and dedicated full-time faculty. Fully Air Conditioner classrooms. 

The Cavalier take in pride as the best NDA academy in india as it has well qualified and dedicated full-time faculty. Fully Air Conditioner classrooms. 

NDA Written Exam Coaching Tips
Class X Student: Due to advanced technology being used in Air Force, Navy and Army equipment/weaponry, candidates with Physics, Chemistry & Math's are preferred. Therefore, interested candidates must work hard; get good percentage in Xth class to enable them to opt for Physics, Chemistry & Math's as subject after Xth class. However, candidates from Commerce and Art stream can also appear for NDA exam. Therefore, Counseling of parents and children who want to opt for a career in Defence Services should be done during beginning of class X in schools.
10+2 Students: Fill up UPSC application form for NDA Written Exam in August while studying in class XII. Since syllabus for NDA Written Exam includes syllabus of both XI and XII, prepare for NDA Written exam during summer vacation after XI.
The Cavalier has a One Month (180 Hours) written training course scheduled each month to facilitate the students. For students who are having more time, a two month course (340 Hours) is also conducted. The two months course also offers FREE classes on Spoken English and Analysis of Current Affairs.
NDA exam has two papers of 2 ½ hrs each. All questions are objective type. First paper of Math's and Second General Ability.
Mathematics: Covers the syllabus of XI and XII class. There are more questions from Class XI syllabus. Total 120 questions carrying 300 marks. Therefore, a student gets about a minute plus to solve each question. It is essential for candidate to practice shortcut techniques, At Cavalier, all possible short cuts are taught and practiced in detail.
General Ability: The paper has 150 questions carrying 600 marks. The candidate has exactly a minute to solve each question. The paper comprises of three sections i.e English, Science and General Knowledge, each section has 50 questions. The candidate should brush up his basic grammar as all questions of English section are on absolute basic grammar involving correction of Errors in a Sentence, ordering of words in a sentence, ordering of sentences in a paragraph, Antonyms, Synonyms and Comprehension etc. At the Cavalier, 

NDA coaching in Delhi,

candidates are made to grasp BASIC GRAMMER and large numbers of practice sessions are held. Mock Tests/Practice Test/Model Papers are also conducted.
The Science Portion has maximum questions of Physics (more conceptual), Chemistry (quite straight) and Biology (absolutely factual).

General Knowledge Portion comprises History, Indian Polity, and Geography. Most questions in HISTORY are from Modern Indian History and only a few from Medieval and Ancient History. Students can cut down the load by concentrating more on Modern History of India. Geography portion needs an understanding rather than cramming facts. Indian Polity is absolutely factual and needs mugging up. In current affairs its important to know recent facts about defence, various commissions, heads of govt/private organizations, sports events etc.

The Cavalier, who specialises in NDA preparation, is the very definition of coaching expertise in India. Being the best institute for NDA in India , we guarantee success with our complete coaching. With our amazing successful track record in providing coaching for NDA, we enable aspirant students to ace the NDA exam and guarantee a bright future by providing them with professional assistance. The Cavalier faculty specializes in building up of concepts and guiding students on how to build up maximum knowledge in shortest time.

 

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Eligibility & Syllabus

Eligibility Criteria

The eligibility criteria for NDA are as follows:

  1. Nationality: According to NDA eligibility, an applicant who is an Indian citizen is eligible to apply for the upcoming examination. Those who are not a citizen of India and still want to apply for the exam must meet the UPSC NDA eligibility criteria listed below:

The candidate applying for the exam must be either:

  1. A Citizen of India
  2. A Subject of Nepal or
  3. A subject of Bhutan, or,
  4. Tibetan refugees who came to India before 1 Jan. 1962, with the intention of permanent settlement.
  5. A person of Indian origin who migrated from the following countries with the intention of permanent settlement:
  1. Age Limit: Candidates must be between 16.5 and 19.5 years of age at the time of commencement of the course. The age limits are different for different branches:
  2. Army: Candidates must be between 16.5 and 19.5 years.
  3. Air Force and Navy: Candidates must be between 16.5 and 19.5 years.
  4. Gender: Male and Female candidates are eligible for NDA.
  5. Qualifications:
  6. Army Wing: Candidates must have completed their 10+2 pattern of school education or equivalent examination conducted by a state education board or a university.
  7. Air Force and Naval Wings: Candidates must have completed their 10+2 pattern of school education or equivalent with Physics and Mathematics as compulsory subjects, conducted by a state education board or a university.
  8. Note: Candidates appearing in the 10+2 examination are also eligible to apply, provided they meet the above educational qualifications at the time of joining the course.
  9. Marital Status: Candidates must be unmarried. Marriage is not permitted during the training period at NDA.

Exam Pattern

The written exam for the National Defence Academy (NDA) consists of two papers: Mathematics and General Ability Test (GAT). The exam pattern for NDA written exam is as follows:

Paper 1: Mathematics

Paper 2: General Ability Test (GAT)

Both papers are conducted on the same day, and each paper is assigned a maximum of 300 marks. The total marks for the written exam are 900 (300 marks for Mathematics + 600 marks for GAT).

It's important to note that there is a negative marking in the NDA written exam. For every incorrect answer, one-third (0.33) of the marks allotted to that question are deducted as a penalty.

Candidates who qualify for the written exam are then called for the next stages of the selection process, which include the Service Selection Board (SSB) interview, psychological aptitude test, medical examination, and final merit list preparation.

Selection process :

Written Exam

The written exam for the National Defence Academy is broken into two sections:

The written exam has a total of 900 marks because the maths exam carries 300 points and the general ability exam carries 600 points. The General Ability exam covers maths and reasoning, as well as current events, physics, chemistry, history, and English.

SSB Round

After passing the written exam, candidates must proceed to the SSB phase, which entails a general conference, a basic cognitive test, a psychological examination, and group testing. The duration of this lengthy test is five days.

Medical Test

The candidate must show up for a medical exam after passing the SSB stage of qualification. When an applicant passes the medical examination, the Union Public Service Commission declares him to be a qualified candidate. On the UPSC website, the complete list of candidates who passed is available.

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Locate Us

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Rajouri Garden, New Delhi - 110015
(Above Lovely Marble House, Ring Road)

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9822003552, 011-41446601 / 02, 011- 41448382, 8750051692 / 93, 9818448881

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Mon-Fri 9:00am To 5:00pm

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