Nigerian Defence Academy (NDA) 2012/2013 Admission List Has Been Released CLICK HERE to check it out for free

This is to inform the general public and most especially, prospective candidates of the Nigerian Defence Academy, Kaduna that the institution has just release their List of Successful and Reserve candidates for Admission into Sixty Four (64) Regular Combatant Course, below are general information on how to check the lists of successful candidates for free.

General Information You Need To Know About The Nigerian Defence Academy NDA 2012 Admission List
Information 1.
Any candidates whose names appeared in the admission list were successful at the Armed Forces Selection Board Interview, which was held and conducted on the
12 Of May 2012
TO
22 Of June 2012.

Candidates whose name appeared on the admission list have been offered admission into the Nigerian Defence Academy (NDA) for the 64th Regular Course.
These candidates are required to report for training at the NDA (Permanent Site), Kaduna on the 22 of September, 2012.
Any candidate who fails to report at the Camp before the 24th of September 2012 should be aware that his admission will be Automatically terminated and his or her place will be given to a candidate on the reserve list.

Information 2.
All selected candidates will be received on arrival at the Reception Centre, which is located at the Academy Parade Ground, which is also the Permanent Site for NDA.

Information 3.
It should be noted that candidates on the reserve list are NOT to report to the Nigerian Defence Academy Ground until they are all invited.

Information 4.
All selected candidates MUST come to the NDA camp with the following documents which are to be Original Copies of their credentials of which are listed below.

1. First School Leaving Certificate.
2. Primary School Testimonial.
3. School Certificate Results NECO/WAEC.
4. Junior and Senior Secondary School Testimonials.
5. Birth Certificate and Declaration of Age.
6. Come with a Letter of Your State of Origin which describe and confirmed that you are a native of the state.

All admitted candidates are also required to come along with the following items to the NDA Camp or Ground:
1. Two pairs of white shorts.
2. Two(2) pairs of white trousers.
3. Two(2) white shirts (long sleeves).
4. Two(2) pairs of white socks.
5. Two(2) pairs of white canvas shoes.
6. One(1) lounge suite.
(which should be dark in colour). addition.
7. Two(2) pairs of blue shorts and white round neck vests.
8. One(1) pair of black trousers.
9. One(1) belt (preferably black).
10. One(1) pair of black cover shoes.
11. One(1) pair of football boots.
12. One(1) pair of spike shoes.
13. Black polish.
14. Brushes.
15. Shaving kit.
16. Toiletries.
17. Two(2) white bed sheets and pillow cases for eight (8) spring bed.

While for female candidates, who were admitted, they are required to come along with the following items listed below:
1. Two pairs of trouser suits.
2. Two lounge skirts.
3. One pair of black low heel cover shoes.
4. Two pairs of black or blue short tight.

Information 5.
All Selected candidates are not allowed to receive visitors and will not leave the Academy for the first three months of training.
Selected candidates and their parents are to please note the above for strict compliance.

Information 6.
This admission result can also be accessed at the Nigerian Defence Academy official portal:

CLICK HERE to visit the NDA official website.

Click the Link below to view the full Nigerian Defence Academic admission list.
CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE ADMISSION LIST OF NDA 2012

Please note that the 2012 NDA Admission List is uploaded in PDF file, so you will need a computer to view the admission list.

Do you have any questions? queries or inquires?
Then you can contact the NDA official representatives by clicking the above link and visit the institution web portal to speak with a representative.

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