UPSC NDA 2 2022 to be held tomorrow Check exam day instructions here

UPSC NDA 2 2022 to be Held Tomorrow; Check Exam Day Instructions Here

NEW DELHI: The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) is going to conduct the NDA 2 2022 exam tomorrow, September 4. UPSC NDA 2 2022 exam will be held in offline mode. As per the exam day schedule, the UPSC NDA 2 exam 2022 will be held in two shifts at different timings across the country.

The UPSC NDA 2 exam comprises of two subjects – Mathematics and General ability test. Candidates are advised to reach the exam centre as per the reporting time mentioned on the UPSC NDA 2 admit card 2022.

UPSC NDA 2 2022 date & time



Date and Time

NDA 2 exam date 2022

September 4, 2022

NDA 2 2022 exam timings

Shift 1 – 10.00 am to 12.30 pm (Mathematics)

Shift 2 – 2.00 pm to 4.30 pm (General ability test)

UPSC NDA 2 2022: Important instructions

  • Candidates who are appearing for the NDA 2 2022 exam tomorrow can check things to carry to the exam centre and the mistakes to avoid while attempting the exam below.
  • The candidates are advised to take one or two hard copies of the UPSC NDA 2 admit card 2022 well in advance to avoid the last-minute rush.
  • Candidates will have to produce the printout of their UPSC NDA 2 admit card for verification purposes at the allotted exam centre along with any one of the valid original photo id proof as under.
  • Aadhaar Card
  • Voter Card
  • PAN Card
  • Passport
  • Driving Licence
  • Any other Photo identity cards issued by the State / Central Government.
  • In case the candidate’s photograph is not visible or available on the UPSC NDA 2 admit card 2022, they need to carry three identical photographs along with the printout of the online e-admit card to the exam centre with an undertaking.
  • Items will be permitted inside the exam centre are a black ballpoint pen and sanitiser in a transparent bottle.
  • Candidates must wear a face mask during exam time at the exam centre.

Note: Candidates will not be allowed to bring any restricted or banned things like mobile phones, calculators, pager, electronic watches etc, to the examination hall.

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