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National Defence Academy (NDA) is the Joint Services academy of the Indian Armed Forces, where cadets of the three services, the Army, the Navy and the Air Force train together before they go on to pre-commissioning training in their respective service academies. The NDA is located in Khadakwasla near Pune, Maharashtra. It is the first tri-service academy in the world and is rated amongst the best in the world. The foundation stone for the academy was laid on 6Oct 1985, and NDA was finally commissioned on 16 Jan 1954. NDA has a huge campus of 7, 015 acres (28.39 km2) of the 8, 022 acres (32.46 km2). The building is a 3-storey basalt and granite structure constructed with Jodhpur red sandstone. The National Defence Academy is an iconic institution, a global brand of excellence in the sphere of military education. Over the years it has emerged as a unique military academy, attracting the best of youth from our nation and also from friendly foreign countries and transforming them into officers and gentlemen. During the last six decades of its glorious existence, the National Defence Academy has grown both in grace and grandeur and from its portals have emerged 'leaders of men', who have demonstrated the essence of inter-services camaraderie, thereby vindicating the faith and vision of its founding fathers. Apart from leaders of men, the alumni have proved to be great mountaineers, cosmonauts, sportsmen, researchers, creative writers, artists, corporate honchos and more recently, Olympic champions. Their achievements are all pervading and showcased in every echelon of our Armed Forces and also in the civil society. The 'cradle' has indeed rocked the nascent youth and groomed them properly as 'leaders' who have lived up to its ethos: 'Seva Paramo Dharma' (Service Before Self). Career Express is a leading educational service provider in Ahmedabad and has a proven track record of running successful programs in many leading schools in the state.For us, education is overall development. We strongly believe that education is not only about scoring marks but more about understanding. is one of the best institutes for NDA in Chennai. There is a special team apart from the tutors who monitors the progress of the students and interacts with them directly, by e-mail or by mobile messages. Materials are carefully created by the experts, suiting current trends in examination patterns.
NAVY/ AIRFORCE/ S.S.B/ C.D.S/ NDA Coaching in Ahemedabad Career Express is an institute for NDA/ NAVY/ AIR FORCE/ S.S.B/ C.D.S in Ahemedabad.Career Express of Learning is no.1 and best institute for N.D.A/ NAVY AIR FORCE/ S.S.B/ C.D.S in Ahemedabad. The syllabus of N.D.A/ NAVY AIR FORCE is nearly similar. The eligibility for NAVY / AIR FORCE is 10+2 with physics, chemistry and math’s. NDA is open for all 10+2 Students of ARTS SCIENCE & COMMERCE. N.D.A/ NAVY/AIR FORCE/ C.D.S entrance exam is only for those students who want to serve Indian Army. Military is the backbone of any country. India is emerging as superpower with a major role in the world. Career in defence is interesting and challenging. We provide best classroom coaching for N.D.A/CD.S. We provide best faculty, study material, regular tests and problem resolution classes. Career Express of Learning also provides coaching for S.S.B of N.D.A and C.D.S. NDA COACHING IN AHMADABAD IN CAREER EXPRESS OF LEARNING CAN FULFILL YOUR DREAM OF JOINING DEFENCE FORCES AS AN OFFICER. Class X Student : Due to advanced technology being used in Air Force, Navy and Army equipment/weaponry, candidates with Physics, Chemistry & Maths are preferred. Therefore, interested candidates must work hard; get good percentage in Xth class to enable them to opt for Physics, Chemistry & Maths as subject after Xth class. However, candidates from Commerce and Art stream can also appear for NDA exam. Therefore, Counseling of parents and children who want to opt for a career in Defence Services should be done during beginning of class X in schools. 10+2 Students : Fill up UPSC application form for NDA Written Exam in August while studying in class XII. Since syllabus for NDA Written Exam includes syllabus of both XI and XII, prepare for NDA Written exam during summer vacations after XI. NDA exam has two papers of 2 ½ hrs each. All questions are objective type. First paper of Maths and Second General Ability. Mathematics : Covers the syllabus of XI and XII class. There are more questions from Class XI syllabus. Total 120 questions carrying 300 marks. Therefore, a student gets about a minute plus to solve each question. It is essential for candidate to practice shortcut techniques, At CAREER EXPRESSOF LEARNING all possible short cuts are taught and practiced in detail. General Ability : The paper has 150 questions carrying 600 marks. The candidate has exactly a minute to solve each question. The paper comprises of three sections i.e. English, Science and General Knowledge, each section has 50 questions. The candidate should brush up his basic grammar as all questions of English section are on absolute basic grammar involving correction of Errors in a Sentence, ordering of words in a sentence, ordering of sentences in a paragraph, Antonyms, Synonyms and Comprehension etc. At CAREER EXPRESS OF LEARNING, Ahmadabad, candidates are made to grasp BASIC GRAMMAR and large numbers of practice sessions are held. Mock Tests / Practice Test / Model Papers are also conducted. The Science portion has maximum questions of Physics (more conceptual), Chemistry (quite straight) and Biology (absolutely factual). General Knowledge portion comprises History, Indian Polity, and Geography. Most questions in HISTORY are from Modern Indian History and only a few from Medieval and Ancient History. Students can cut down the load by concentrating more on Modern History of India. Geography portion needs an understanding rather than cramming facts. Indian Polity is absolutely factual and needs mugging up. In current affairs it's important to know recent facts about defence, various commissions, heads of govt/private organizations, sports events etc. The faculty of CAREER EXPRESS OF LEARNING specializes in building up of concepts and guiding students on how to build up maximum knowledge in shortest time.
The name of Career express also features when coaching for SSB and CDS surfaces. Locates at Ahemedabad, the SSB coaching institute has a high percentage of selection rate of candidates into the defense schools of the country. They provide both indoor and outdoor training for overall preparation of the student to take the defense exams.
CAREER EXPRESS........ Analysis of the SBI PO Examination held on 28-04-2013 SBI had announced vacancies for 1500 PO posts, for which the notification was released in the last week of Jan 2013 and the exam was held on 28-04-2013. About 17 lakh candidates applied for this exam. There was no change in the pattern of the paper as compared to the pevious SBI PO examinations. The written examination was for 250 marks consisting of Objective and Descriptive tests. The snap shot of the paper pattern is given below : SNO Test Area No of Questions 1 Reasoning 50 Objective Test – Total Questions: 200. Duration: 120 Minutes 2 Data Analysis & Interpretation 50 3 General Awareness/Marketing/Computers 50 4 English Language 50 5 Descriptive Writing 5 Duration: 1 hour. Marks:50 The section wise analysis of the paper is presented below. Data Analysis and Interpretation There were 45 questions on DI – Nine sets with 5 questions in each set. The questions given were based on bar graph, line graph, pie chart and radar chart. Other than these 45 questions, there were three questions on data provided in a small caselet and there were two questions on probability. A set based on radar graph was a surprise element in this exam.This particular question type has never appeared in the SBI PO exam till now. Although this radar graph was unsettling, answering the questions was easy after familiarising oneself with the details of the graph. S.No Type of Representation Description of the set Easy Moderate Difficult 1 Pie Chart + Table Distribution of teachers in four schools- Male and Female teachers 0 3 2 2 Pie Chart Distribution of money among six students 1 3 1 3 Line Graph Marks scored by three students in six subjects 1 3 1 4 Radar Graph Expenditure incurred by two persons in six months 3 1 1 5 Table(5rows, 10columns) Average Max and Average Min temperatures of five cities in five months 3 2 0 6 Table(5rows, 12columns) Prices of three items in four restaurants over five years 3 2 0 7 Table(10rows, 5columns) Arrivals, Departures, Distance travelled by a train 2 2 1 8 Bar Graph(Vertical bars) Number of teachers sent on three different duties to five cities 4 1 0 9 Bar Graph(Horizontal Bars) Electricity bills paid by three persons in four different months 4 1 0 10 Caselet Number of boys and girls passing an exam 0 3 0 As can be seen from the break up of questions given above, most of the questions on DI were easy to moderate. Very few were difficult. Over all, DI questions were time concuming. Students may have had to spend more time on this and they may have run short of time for other sections. The two questions on probability were of moderate difficulty level. Unlike the previous year's test paper for SBI PO selections, the level of difficulty of questions this year has come down. A score of 35 plus can be considered as a good score. English Language Reading Comprehension(20 questions): There were two passages with 10 questions each. The first was on “Changes in the World Economy” and the second was on the “Human Brain”. Both had approximately 600 words each. There were 12 questions and they were a blend of direct and inferential questions. There was a question that asked the ' author's objective'. The remaining eight were vocabulary based, 4 on synonyms and 4 on antonyms. Surprisingly, the questions were very difficult like never before. The first passage was more difficult than the second. The questions required one to go back to the areas in the passage which highlighted or supported the idea that was questioned. The options were too close to choose easily. Verbal Ability(30 questions): The break up of the 30 Verbal Ability questions is as follows: Error identification — 5 questions; Fill-in-the-Blanks questions(two blanks )--5 questions; Paragraph Formation question(six sentences) --5 questions; Vocabulary(synonym-antonym pair questions) --5 questions and CLOZE test(ten blanks)—10 questions. The grammar questions were easy. Most of them covered common errors. The fill-in-the-blank questions were difficult as they required a correct understanding of logic in the sentences. The words given as choices were difficult too. The paragraph formation question was very difficult. Finding the link of one idea in another statement was challenging. The Vocabulary(synonym-antonym pair) questions were a mix of both easy and difficult questions. The cloze test was of moderate difficulty level. The topic, Globalisation, a familiar one, was the saving grace. Overall, this section scored high on difficulty level. An attempt of about 25 questions and a score of above 15 is what an average student can possibly score. Reasoning The topics covered under Reasoning as also the pattern of questions were on lines similar to the ones which have appeared in previous SBI PO examinations. The pattern of questions from topics Conclusions and Blood relations was slightly different and the questions were difficult as a result. The questions on Critical Reasoning were easy and hence it is likely that students will score well in this area. The set based questions on Analytical puzzles too were simple as the information provided in the sets was less and it took little time in analyzing it. The questions on coding-decoding and Input-Output were similar to those that have been asked in previous SBI PO examinations. In the Data Sufficiency area, unlike the regular SBI PO pattern where there are usually three statements in such questions, only two were given this time around. The questions on Non-Verbal Reasoning are generally tough in SBI PO exams, but fortunately in this exam, they were easy, giving students an opportunity to score better. The topic wise break up of questions is given below: Topic Easy Moderate Difficult Symbols and Notations (Conclusions) 1 2 2 Analytical Puzzle ( Distribution) 2 3 Coding & Decoding 3 2 Analytical Puzzle (Circular + Distribution) 2 3 Blood Relations based Symbols & Notations 3 2 Input and Output 5 Deductions 3 2 Data sufficiency 1 2 Critical Reasoning 2 3 2 Non Verbal Reasoning (Series) 1 2 2 22 20 8 Over all, the Reasoning section was easy and not lengthy at all. It is highly unlikely that students would have left any question unanswered. An average student can easily get a score of 25 – 30 marks and a bright student can score up to 38 – 40 marks. General Awareness / Marketing / Computers This section had 25 questions on GA, 13 on Computers and 12 on Marketing Aptitude. Out of 25 Questions on GA, 6 were from Banking, one on Insurance, 10 are from Indian economy, including quite a few on Indian Budget. Hence the questions from Banking and Indian Economy dominated the paper. The remaining questions were on current affairs, mainly related to the events of Feb and March 2013. There were couple of questions from sports, persons in news and Awards. As regards to GA, the difficulty level of the questions can be termed as easy to moderate. The 12 questions on Marketing Aptitude were very basic in nature and fairly simple.Except for one or two questions, all the others were direct. Questions based on standard definitions of Cross Selling, Market penetration, Captive Marketing, To close a call, were direct and simple.The students can score well in questions on Marketing Aptitude. As regards to questions on Computers, 7 out of 13 questions were easy. The break up of the 13 Computer questions is as flollows: Memory – 2 questions ( One question was based on definition of File and another was on computer memory. Both the questions were easy) Basic Computer Architechture – 6 questions ( Here, the questions were a blend of easy and difficult questions. Questions on Largest Computer, Speaker attached to Computer.. were very easy. Questions on Super Computer and Mouse which emits light and detects signals... were difficult ones as these questions are not asked very frequently in bank exams) Operating Systems - 2 questions ( Question on Guidelines for using software ... was an easy one where as the question on OS usedin hand held devices ... was an uncommon one) Computer Networks – 2 questions MS – Office – 1question ( The question was on MS help tool and was quite easy) The students can score well in questions on Computers. Descriptive Writing The Descriptive Writing in the SBI PO was on expected lines. Questions on Essay Writing(12 marks), Letter Writing(10 marks), Paragraph Writing(8 marks), Precis Writing(10 marks) and the Reading Comprehension passage(10 marks) were all there. A generous choice of three was given in each Essay, Letter and Paragraph Writing. That must have made it easier for students. Even the topics were not too complicated. In Letter Writing, one formal and two informal letter prompts were given. The letter to sibling in the informal was the easiest of all, which most students must have chosen to write, while the job acceptance letter in informal may have been avoided by most. The topics for essays were also on expected lines: Women entrepreneurs, Global Warming and Role of Banks, all of which have been covered by us. The ones given for Paragraph Writing were about Investments, Saving Energy and Small Scale Industry. The Comprehension Passage and Precis too were easy and less time consuming. Overall, an average student who attempted all the questions with fair justice done to length, content, organisation and language would score a minimum of 20. The cut-off, considering the difficulty level of topics, is likely to be between 22 and 24.
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