Thirty NDA aspirants of Chandigarh Defence Academy, located in Chandigarh and Mohali, met military personnel at Chandigarh Military Carnival


TC Chandigarh: Thirty NDA aspirants  of Chandigarh Defence Academy, located in Chandigarh and Mohali, met military personnel at Chandigarh Military Carnival today to get information about their daily routine, The Academy trying to train   youth of Punjab , Haryana , Himachal   for entrance exam of army ( NDA) and many engineering services related to it. Students had chit chat with army personnel and saw  Army Dog Squad too , they  also inquired about all  weapons , arms and ammunition. Students  also liked  a specially built off-roading track on the occasion, which was built for the Himalayan, a model of  Royal Enfield and racing Cars . This year, NDA’s entrance will be held on 12 and 26 January.
The National Defense Academy (NDA) is a joint service academy of the Indian armed forces. Where cadets of Army, Navy and Air Force are trained together. Every year around 4-5 lakh candidates appear in the NDA exam, out of which about ten thousand candidates are able to pass the exam. Next, go to the Services Selection Board (SSB). Then about 300 to 350 cadets are selected for the Academy NDA after interviewing about 9,000 students.
There was a time when the number of students getting selected in NDA from Punjab used to be high but today  Punjab is  more  indulged in drugs than education, the younger generation is in the grip of drug addiction, unemployed youth  are looking forward to Canada and  Australia, said Vandana, a trainee of Chandigarh Defence Academy.

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