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Foundation causes are for 8-10 months, which starts from basic and by the end of the course, a student because competent enough to clear the exam. While, regular batches are for 6 months. Individual batches for spoken English/ Personality development are for 3 months.Accordion Sample Description
We at Col. Roy academy have classified the focus areas into two categories, (a) General, where we keep students at the level of exam and consider students as one entity, (b) Individual- this area of focus is to deal with individual problems/ struggles which a student faces and to provide solutions. Hence both the areas of focus are taken care of, as General area deals with the requirement of the exam and individual deal with the requirement of a particular student.
As we all know that both of these exams have almost same syllabus for GS, in addition the CAPF exam has subjective english. So by going for a regular batch of CDS, a candidate can easily clear CAPF/ AFCAT as the whole syllabus is completely covered and special classes for one month are added, for free for the students aspiring for CAPF.
As regular classes have, newspaper reading, GD, book reading, speeches etc, a student need not to go for separate PD classes. However some students who wants to go for advance english can join our PD classes.
We have special discounts for such students, as (i) After clearing written 50% for SSB preparation classes, (ii) 50% off if a candidate repeats a batch. (iii) Personal grooming classes.
It depends upon personal preference as both the exams have a different syllabus, diffculty levels, job profile etc. But if one joins our NDA foundation batch then, a student can easily clear the X/Y group exam. We already have such students in our institute.
With Written: UPSC NDA, Airforce X&Y and Navy SSR and AA Without Written: 10+2 TES entry and Navy B.Tech entry. Note:- It is advised to go for written exams as the selection ratio is much more high as compared to non written entries.
NDA- 16.5 years to 19.5 years (on date of joining) Airforce X/Y- 18 to 21 (on enrollment). Navy AA/SSR- 17-20 years (on day of enrollment).
It’s the youth wing of the armed forces, HQ- Delhi, with the aim- Unity & Discipline, it shapes up the cadets in a good manner to join the armed forces. It’s beneficial as, after graduation, there is NCC Special entry that provides direct entry for SSB, other exams also give weightage to NCC B and C certificalte holders.
  • Females can join the armed forces after graduation, through UPSC CDS, AFCAT and INET exam, they can also opt for NCC special entry.
  • CAPF also offers great oportunities to them.
A candidate can go for Army cadet college (ACC) exam, and if one has completed graduation, he can apear parallel to other candidate, in exams such as CDS, AFCAT, CAPF, if he falls under the prescribed age & educational criteria.
Permanent commission offers one to serve till he retires while short service commission is extendable upto 14 years of service. Generally short service officers are offered permanent commission.
Written entry is also preferred as the selection ratio is much higher than direct entry, and preparing for written never stops you from appearing for direct entery, while preparing for direct entry doesn’t enable one to clear written.