The Final List of the candidates who cleared the written exam and SSB of NDA that is National Defence Academy as well as NA that is Naval Academy was posted online by UPSC last month. Finally, the wait for the results of NDA/NA Exam I has been released by UPSC on its website upsc.gov.in. The merit list and scores of all the 371 candidates who were on the list of qualified candidates for SSB and Written exam of NDA/NA has been published online.
UPSC Shared Scores & Merit List 2017 for NDA/NA
After releasing the list of the qualified candidates for written exam and SSB, UPSC has now finally published the scorecard of all the 371 candidates. Earlier in the month of November UPSC posted the list of candidates who cleared the SSB round as well as written exam and the wait began for the scorecard to be released.
After the release of the merit list, all the qualified candidates were called in for the round of document verification for NDA/NA Exam I. As per the merit list the topper of NDA/NA Exam I 2017 is Shivanshi Joshi. Detailed marks Sheet for all the qualifying candidates has now been posted online.
Simple Steps to Check Scorecard of NDA/NA Exam I 2017
All the qualified candidates can now check their marks online on official website of UPSC following these simple steps. For checking the mark sheet, one has to visit the official website of the UPSC that is upsc.gov.in. Once, you land on the website scroll through the ‘Whats New’ section and click on the link displaying ‘Marks of the Recommended Candidates: National Defence Academy & Naval Academy Examination I, 2017’.
On clicking the link, you will be redirected to the pdf file. After reaching to the Pdf, find your roll number by typing in the search bar using CTRL+F. After this, the individual round scores along with the total score of that roll number will be displayed. Download the pdf and take a print of future need.
The best part of the list is the order in which the Pdf is maintained. The scores are listed in the order of merit and the list includes the individual scores of the candidate for every round including Written Test that was of 900 marks, SSB that is again of 900 marks and the final score out of 1800.
Source – UPSC