UPSC NDA Exam 2021: UPSC has informed the states amidst demand for postponement of NDA test

UPSC NDA Examination: The National Defense Academy (NDA) and the Naval Academy entrance exams are being held on Sunday amid the spread of coronavirus in the country. Despite the demand for postponing the test, the Central Public Service Commission has not issued any such notice. However, the Commission has instructed the Chief Secretaries of all States to consider the admission of students as curfew passes and allow them to come and go.

A weekend curfew has been imposed in many states, but no guidelines have been put in place for Sunday’s state-level testing. This has led to skepticism among students. However, on behalf of the UPSC, states are advised to consider the admission card as a curfew pass. But because of the weekend curfew, applicants may face difficulties in travel during this period. It is not clear whether relatives on the admission card will also be able to go to the test center.

About four lakh students from across the country attend this examination. Most of the test centers are in Delhi-NCR and big cities. Therefore, the movement from one location to another is also increased. Please note that because of corona, CBSE has postponed the board exams to be held on May 04. The same has been done in many states. The Ministry of Health has also postponed the NEET PG test.

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