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my dob is 06/01/2003 completing my graduation in may 2026 .. how many attempt i have for cds ima entry only. and m i eligible for 2026 cds 2 ima entry

Anurag Khanna 16th May, 2022

Hello Aspirant,

By 2026 you will be of approx. 23 years old and according to your age you will be eligible for all the CDS 2026 courses including that of IMA and apart from it you will be eligible for CDS 2027 for IMA as the maximum age limit is 24 years.

so you can appear for CDS 2026 and 2027 and for your reference the age criteria for different courses is mentioned below :-

>> Indian Military Academy - 19 to 24 years

>> Indian Naval Academy - 19 to 24 years

>> Air Force Academy - 20 to 24 years

>> Officers' Training Academy (Men) - 19 to 25 years

>> Officers Training Academy (Women, Non-Technical) - 19 to 25 years


Apart from the age criteria there are some other parameters upon which your eligibility will be determined like your educational qualification which goes like :-


**Indian Military Academy - Bachelor's Degree from a recognised University or equivalent institute

**Indian Naval Academy - Bachelor's Degree in Engineering from a recognised University/ College

**Air Force Academy - Bachelor's Degree from a recognised University (with Physics and Mathematics at 10+2 level) or Bachelor degree in engineering

**OTA (Men) - Bachelor's Degree from a recognised University or equivalent institute

**OTA (Women - Non-Technical) - Bachelor's Degree from a recognised University or equivalent institute


For detailed eligibility criteria kindly check out the link given below :-

https://competition.careers360.com/articles/cds-eligibility-criteria


I hope this information helps you.

Good Luck!!

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my date of birth is 6 January 2003, am I eligible for cds 2026??

Anurag Khanna 16th May, 2022

Hello Aspirant,

By 2026 you will be of approx. 23 years old and according to your age you will be eligible for all the CDS 2026 courses so you can appear for CDS 2026 and for your reference the age criteria for different courses is mentioned below :-

>> Indian Military Academy - 19 to 24 years

>> Indian Naval Academy - 19 to 24 years

>> Air Force Academy - 20 to 24 years

>> Officers' Training Academy (Men) - 19 to 25 years

>> Officers Training Academy (Women, Non-Technical) - 19 to 25 years


Apart from the age criteria there are some other parameters upon which your eligibility will be determined like your educational qualification which goes like :-


**Indian Military Academy - Bachelor's Degree from a recognised University or equivalent institute

**Indian Naval Academy - Bachelor's Degree in Engineering from a recognised University/ College

**Air Force Academy - Bachelor's Degree from a recognised University (with Physics and Mathematics at 10+2 level) or Bachelor degree in engineering

**OTA (Men) - Bachelor's Degree from a recognised University or equivalent institute

**OTA (Women - Non-Technical) - Bachelor's Degree from a recognised University or equivalent institute


For detailed eligibility criteria kindly check out the link given below :-

https://competition.careers360.com/articles/cds-eligibility-criteria


I hope this information helps you.

Good Luck!!

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my date of birth is 16.07.2005 . i will complite my higher secondary in 2024. how many attempt i could given in nda exam ?

Ayan Mukherjee 16th May, 2022

Hello Puja,

Union public service commission has issued the eligibility criteria for the aspirants .

Applicants age must be between July 2 , 2003 to July 1,2006. Mathematics and physics should be the compulsory subjects in your class 12th.


To get complete information you can check out the link given below-

https://competition.careers360.com/articles/nda-eligibility-criteria


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i appear for 12 th and exam is over but result is not announced then can I apply for nda exam

Anurag Khanna 16th May, 2022

Hello Aspirant,

Now you can apply for NDA 2 2022 if you satisfy it's eligibility criteria which is given below :-

>>> For NDA 2 2022 the age should be 16.5-19.5 years old and should have born in between January 2, 2004 to January 1, 2007.

>>> Indian Army - Should have passed 12th standard from valid State Education Board or a University.

>>> Indian Air Force and Naval - Should have passed 12th standard with Physics and Mathematics from valid State Education Board or a University.

>>> The candidate should be unmarried.

For detailed eligibility criteria kindly check out the link given below :-

https://competition.careers360.com/articles/nda-eligibility-criteria


So now the notification for NDA 2 2022 will be released on May 18th, 2022 as per the revised calendar of UPSC available on the official website of UPSC :-

https://upsc.gov.in/sites/default/files/Revised-AnnualProgExamsRTs-2022-221221-engl.pdf

I hope this information helps you.

Good Luck!!

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How can I start my preparation for upsc ias exam after 12th with my college study

piyush singh 15th May, 2022

Hello Aspirant ,

It is very good to decide your aim this early in your life as it will give your enough time to prepare for UPSC CSE examination ,if you are thinking about starting your preparation  after completing your class 12/from the first semester of your college you should start with basic NCERTs book of class 6-12 and give it proper 1.5 to 2 years as they are the base for your UPSC preparation and then from the 4 semester you should move on to other books like Laksmikant , Spectrum etc you should also start News paper reading .

You should start answer writing practice from the beginning of third year and then solve PYQs from 4th year .

Hope this helps.

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I am koena Basu. in 2022, April I just complete my final board exam of 12th. In future I want to take English honours. In my honours I want to take the combination of English and mass communication and sociology. I am interested to prepare for upsc ias exam from now.How can I start my preparation

Anushri Varshney 15th May, 2022

Hi Koena,

Greetings of the day!

The most important thing to understand is whether you are interested or not. Studying for getting good results will motivate the individual but the procedure is somehow difficult for many. So I would suggest you follow these steps for acing the exam.

  • Make a fixed timetable with all standard books required for UPSC.
  • Stick to the timetable and follow by heart.
  • Daily read newspapers and practise various types of questions for a better understanding of concepts.
  • Read the topics daily in the morning Jn which you are lagging.
  • Strengthen your foundation and write the answers with accuracy and good handwriting.
  • Solve the questions within the time limit as it will help you in competing in the examination.
  • Study daily for 7-8 hours and gradually increase when the examination is near.

Motivate yourself and Practice meditation. Also, eat healthy to stay fit and fine.

Hope his help.

Wishing you very good luck :)

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