The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has announced the results of the National Defence Academy and Naval Academy Examination (II) 2023. Sainik School Nagrota proudly reports that a minimum of 30 cadets from their institution have successfully passed this prestigious examination, which was held on September 3.
Defence spokesperson Lieutenant Colonel Sunil Bartwal reported that among these 30 cadets, nine are from the current batch (2023-24), while 21 belong to the 2022-23 batch. Next in line, these cadets will undergo the Service Selection Board (SSB) interview, the significant step in the selection process for entering the officer ranks of the Armed Forces.
Candidates who have met the qualifications will receive invitations based on their merit performance. The applicants will then be asked to enrol in the NDA 152nd course in Khadakwasla, Maharashtra, and the Indian Naval Academy (INA) 114th course in Ezhimala, Kerala.
Captain (IN) AK Desai, the Principal of Sainik School Nagrota, extended his congratulations to the cadets and the faculty for their outstanding achievement in the UPSC-NDA written examination. He underscored that the diligent and dedicated efforts of everyone involved have culminated in this remarkable performance.
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The Principal of Nagrota Sainik School stated that the school offers an excellent environment for nurturing cadets and shaping them into well-rounded individuals through a diverse range of academic and co-curricular activities. The UPSC NDA 2 written exam results were published on the official UPSC website, upsc.gov.in, on September 26.
He added, “Following their success in the written examination, all 30 cadets went through interviews conducted by the Service Selection Board (SSB) of the Ministry of Defense for admission to the officer cadre of the Armed Forces, specifically for the NDA 152nd Course and the 114th Course of the Naval Academy. They have all earned this prestigious opportunity.”
Desai expressed his belief that the students’ mental, physical, and character attributes developed at the school will pave the way for their success in clearing the SSB interview.