Friday, August 23, 2019

UPSC exams for Military and Para Military forces-EXAM SCHEDULE LINK


Central Armed Police Forces Exam
Central Armed Police Forces Exam is conducted by the UPSC for recruiting candidates to Border Security Force (BSF), Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF), Central Industrial Security Force (CISF), Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) and Sashastra Seema Bal (SSB).
Educational Qualification – A Bachelor’s degree from a recognized university or equivalent.
Physical Standards – The candidate should match the physical standards as defined by the UPSC.
(Females cannot apply for BSF and ITBP).
Age – The candidate must have attained minimum 20 years age and should not be more than 25 years in age.
Number of Attempts – There is no limit. A candidate may appear several times in the exam depending on the age.

Combined Defence Services Exam (CDS)

Combined Defence Services Exam (CDS) is a three stage exam consisting of written examination, personal interview followed by medical examination. The exam is conducted twice in February and November. The candidates who qualify the national level examination are recruited as officers in the Indian Army, Indian Air Force, Indian Naval Academy, Officers Training Academy, and Military Academy and are provided a stipend of INR 21,000 every month. Only unmarried graduates are permitted to take the exam.
Educational Qualification –
For Air Force Academy (AFA) – Bachelor’s degree in Engineering/Technology from a recognized university or equivalent.
For Indian Naval Academy (INA) – Bachelor’s degree in Engineering/Technology from a recognized university or equivalent.
For Indian Military Academy (IMA) – Bachelor’s degree from a recognized university or equivalent.
For Officers Training Academy (OTA) – Bachelor’s degree from a recognized university in any subject or equivalent.
Age –
For Air Force Academy (AFA) – 19 to 23 years ( only Males)
For Indian Naval Academy (INA) – 19 to 22 years ( only Males)
For Indian Military Academy (IMA) – 19 to 24 years. ( only Males)
For Officers Training Academy (OTA) – 19 to 25 (both Males and Females are allowed)
Number of attempts – No limit

National Defence Academy and Naval Academy Exam (NDA and NA)

NDA and NA exam is conducted twice a year by UPSC to gain entry into the National Defence Academy and Indian Naval Academy. This exam inducts officers into the Indian Defence Forces including the Army, Navy and Air Force. The cadets of all three armed services are trained together in the academy before going with the pre-commissioning training. Admissions are accepted via written examination which is followed by an SSB interview. After both the tests, a medical test is also conducted to keep a check on the overall health and physical fitness of the candidate.
Educational Qualification –
For Army wing – One needs to have passed Class 12th exam in the pattern of 10+2.
For Air Force and Navy – The candidates should have passed Class 12th exam in 10+2 pattern conducted by a state education board or a university with Physics and Mathematics as the main subjects.
Age – The candidate should be ranging from 16 and a half to 19 and a half while appearing for the exam.
Number of Attempts – No restriction

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CLAT and AILET 2019 topper Saumya Singh

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About CLAT [Common Law Admission Test]

Common Law Admission Test has come into existence in the year 2008, when all the National Law Universities around the country decided to come together and conduct a common exam for 5 year integrated law course offered by each one of them.
It all started with NLSIU, Bangalore the first University in India to offer five year law course. The university was established at the huge demand for revolution of Law as a field and career option. These Law education reforms lead to the birth of NALSAR (Hyderabad), NLIU (BHOPAL), WBNUJS (Kolkata), and now in total 16 universities. Till 2008 each University conducted its own separate entrance exam for their respective courses but with CLAT the entrance mode has been made easy to apply but competitive in nature.
Every year the test pattern is different with changing emphasis on different areas, and for an aspirant the trouble is doubled by raising number of applicants.
In comparison to other entrance exams, CLAT is still in a nascent stage due to lack of awareness but with the paced information technology and media singing glories of NLU success stories, the interest in CLAT is visible. So, future aspirants brace up for tougher competition.


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