This article is written By khyaati Bansal student of Maharaja Agrasen Institute Management of Studies
The Supreme Court on Wednesday has permitted women the possibility to take part in UPSC NDA Examination this year.
The National Defense Academy assessment will be directed on September 5, 2021, and women applicants can show up in it. The admission to the institute will be dependent upon the last requests of the court.
A division seat involving Justices Sanjay Kishan Kaul and Hrishikesh Roy passed the interim order in a writ appeal recorded by Kush Kalra looking for consent for women’s possibility to show up for the National Defense Academy assessment directed by UPSC consistently.
In the meantime, the UPSC NDA/NA II Exam 2021 which was planned to be conducted on September 5, 2021, has been deferred.
The assessment will presently be led on November 14, 2021, alongside the all-around booked Combined Defense Services Examination (II), 2021.
According to the authority notice, this assessment will top off 370 posts in the National Defense Academy and 30 posts in Naval Academy (10+2 Cadet Entry Scheme).
Prior the qualification models were that applicants ought to be unmarried males and ought to be conceived not sooner than January 2, 2003, and not later than January 1, 2006. Nonetheless, with this request, it is normal that women up-and-comers who are brought into the world inside these dates referenced above can show up for the assessment.