Cavalier India has all the ingredients of a top notch Defence Training academy, that is well suited for the fast pace changes. The NDA training offered by Cavalier is designed to suit the emerging challenges of the defence environment. The institute offers well oriented staff to give the best trainings in various subjects.
6 Weeks training program.
Highly qualified and motivated faculty team.
Well-furnished classrooms with LCD projectors.
Advanced audio-visual teaching aids.
Training in NDA:
All cadets joining the National Defence Academy (NDA) after their 10+2 Examination are trained in the Academy for three years culminating into graduation in B.A/B. Sc. or B. Sc. (Computer Science) degree of Jawaharlal Nehru University. Apart from academic training they are also trained in outdoor skills, like Drill, Physical Training and games. The emphasis in NDA is on character building, esprit-de-corps, mental and physical robustness, leadership and a sense of keen observation. NDA has an excellent infrastructure for all-round training of cadets. Vast array of facilities like spacious and well maintained classrooms, well equipped labs, two Olympic size swimming pools, a Gymnasium, football grounds, polo grounds, a cricket stadium and a number of squash and tennis courts. The academic year is divided into two terms, viz. Spring Term (January to May ) and Autumn Term (July to December). Here a cadet has to undergo training for a total of six terms before he passes out from NDA.
Cadets are allowed to go for the following three streams:
B. A (Political Science, Economics, History)
B. Sc. (Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics)
B. Sc (Computer Science ) (Physics, Mathematics, Computer Science)
*Computer Appreciation is a compulsory subject for all cadets irrespective of their stream. The cadets also learn following mandatory subjects; Hindi, English, Foreign Language (Arabic/Bhutanese/Chinese/ French/German/Russia/Urdu).
India, Japan to Spur Security Ties, Focus on Cyber Security
India and Japan on Monday discussed ways to expand their security and defence cooperation at a meeting of their foreign and defence secretaries in Tokyo, the Indian foreign ministry said in a statement.