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## UPSC NDA/NA II Exam Syllabus 2019 Exam PatternUPSC NDA/NA II Exam Syllabus 2019 National Defence Academy/Naval Academy Examination Complete Syllabus for 2019 NDA/NA (I) & (II) Exams to be held in 2019 Complete Syllabus for Preparation UPSC NDA (II) Exam pattern and Syllabus UPSC NDA Syllabus 2019
It covers basic questions from grammar and vocabulary such as synonyms – antonyms, comprehension questions, fill in the blanks, spotting the error, passage, sentence arrangement etc.
GK is a vast topic it contains endless topics from around the world. NDA General Knowledge question paper also covers questions from various topics. this paper basically designed to test your general knowledge of the world.
- Definition of Force: – strength or energy or physical activity
- Momentum: – the amount of movement of a moving body, measured as a result of its mass and speed
- What is gravity or gravitation?
- What is Motion of objects?
- What are Sound waves and their properties?
- Change of State and Latent Heat
- Define Conductors and Non-conductors
- What is Density?
- What are the Effects of Heat?
- What are the Properties of a Magnet?
- Define Volume
- Principle of Archimedes
- What is Newton’s Laws of Motion?
- What are the Primary and Secondary Cells?
- Stability and Equilibrium of bodies
- Difference between Reflection and refraction
- Use of X-Rays
- Ohm’s Law Simple Electrical Circuits definition.
- What is Elements Mixtures and Compounds Symbols Formula?
- Physical and Chemical changes
- Acids bases and salts
- Preparation and Properties of Hydrogen Oxygen Nitrogen and Carbon dioxide Oxidation and Reduction
- Simple Chemical Equations Law of Chemical Combination
- What is Properties of Air and Water?
- Different forms of carbon
- Fertilizers – Natural and Artificial
- Elementary ideas about the Structure of Atom Atomic Equivalent and Molecular Weights Valency
- The material used in the preparation of substances like soap Glass Ink Paper Cement Paints Safety Matches and Gun-Powder.
- Development and Reproduction in Plants and Animals ,
- Difference between the living and non-living ,
- Elementary knowledge of human Body and its important organs ,
- Basis of Life – Cells Protoplasm and Tissues ,
- Common Epidemics their causes and prevention ,
- Constituents of food Balanced Diet ,
- Achievements of Eminent Scientists ,
- The Solar System – Meteors and Comets Eclipses ,
- Food – Source of Energy for man.
- Five Year Plans of India
- Freedom Movement in India
- Broad survey of Indian History with emphasis on Culture and Civilization
- Indian Constitution and Administration
- Role of India in the present world
- Impact of Science and Technology on Society
- Forces shaping the modern world
- Socialism and Communism
- Panchayati Raj Co-operatives and Community Development
- Basic Teachings of Mahatma Gandhi
- Earth – shape , size , movement and its effects, Origin, Weather, Rocks and their classification, Latitudes and Longitudes,
- Mechanical and Chemical Earthquakes and volcanoes ,
- Humidity , Types of Climate ,
- Atmosphere and its composition ,
- Important Sea ports and main sea land and air routes of India ,
- Temperature and Atmospheric Pressure,
- Planetary Winds cyclones and Anti-cyclones etc.
- Arithmetic
- Concept of a set
- operations on sets
- modulus argument
- equivalence relation
- Cartesian product relation
- modulus argument
- Cube roots of unity
- Binary system of numbers
- Permutation and Combination
- Venn diagrams. De Morgan laws
- Complex numbers – basic properties
- Binomial theorem and its application
- Logarithms and their applications.
- Geometric and Harmonic Progressions
- Quadratic equations with real coefficients
- Representation of real numbers on a line
- Solution of linear in equations of two variables by graphs
- Conversion of a number in decimal system to binary system and vice-versa.
- Properties of triangles.
- Trigonometrical ratios
- Trigonometric identities Sum and difference formula
- Multiple and Sub-multiple angles
- Inverse trigonometric functions
- Applications – Height and distance
- Angles and their measures in degrees and in radians
- Types of matrices
- Determinant of a matrix
- Adjoint and inverse of a square matrix
- Operations on matrices
- Basic properties of determinants
- Applications – Solution of a system of linear equations in two or three unknowns by Cramer’s rule and by Matrix Method.
- Composite functions
- Derivatives of sum
- Concept of a real-valued function – domain
- range and graph of a function
- Second order derivatives
- Derivative of function at a point
- Product and quotient of functions
- Derivative of a composite function
- Increasing and decreasing functions
- Derivative of a function with respect to another function
- Application of derivatives in problems of maxima and minima.
- Distance formula
- Ellipse and hyperbola
- Angle between two lines
- Distance of a point from a line
- Standard forms of parabola
- Equation of a line in various forms
- Eccentricity and axis of a conic
- Rectangular Cartesian Coordinate system
- Equation of a circle in standard and in general form
- Trigonometric
- Integration as inverse of differentiation
- Integration by substitution and by parts
- Exponential and hyperbolic functions
- Standard integrals involving algebraic expressions
- General and particular solution of a differential equation
- Vectors in two and three dimensions
- Scalar multiplication of vector
- Magnitude and direction of a vector
- Unit and null vectors addition of vectors
- Pie Chart
- Frequency distribution
- Statistics: Classification of data
- Frequency Polygon – examples
- Graphical representation – Histogram
- Correlation and regression
- Measures of Central Tendency – Mean Median and Mode
- Cumulative frequency distribution – examples
- Variance and standard deviation – determination and comparison
- Events
- Complimentary
- Random experiment
- Binomial distribution
- Conditional probability
- Outcomes and associated sample space
- Impossible and certain events
- Union and Intersection of events
- elementary and composite events
- Bayes’ theorem – simple problems
- Random variable as function on a sample space
- Mutually exclusive and exhaustive events
- Examples of random experiments giving rise to Binominal distribution.
Make sure that you prepare well for the upcoming NDA exam questions paper. Candidates are advised to be prepared, It is about 6 months away. So Candidates take their study to upper level & prepare well for exam. Check the official notification for the reserved seat according to the categories.
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