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SSB Interview Questions Asked To NDA Aspirants

IO tries to put stress over candidate by asking questions like this. Don’t lose hope in this situation. Just reply “Sir, I have given my best in all subjects in board exams.

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Most of the NDA aspirants have attended through their SSBs. Some have achieved success while some had faced rejection. Don’t lose your confidence. Always remember “Life is all about a second chance.” But this time, don’t repeat the same mistakes which you have done this time. To help all the upcoming NDA candidates, we are here with some of the questions that were recently asked by IO to NDA candidates.

  1. What if you get recommended and will get failed in 12th exams?
  • IO tries to put stress over candidate by asking questions like this. Don’t lose hope in this situation. Just reply “Sir, I have given my best in all subjects in board exams. I will pass, for sure. But still if I will face any backlog, then I will clear the backlog and will appear for SSB again and will clear it next time.” Never leave any task due to obstructions.
  1. What do you do to regenerate morale in tough times?
  • Everybody faces hard times in his life. And NDA candidates have just learnt the way of tackling day to day situations. To know the internal boldness of a candidate, IO asks this question. The perfect way to answer this question is to analyse yourself. Some people aim at the goal and regains the confidence to face obstacle on the path. While some take suggestions from close people to re-ignite the confidence.
  1. What your girlfriend expects from you?
  • Listen the question calmly before replying. He is not asking “Do you have any girlfriend?” Rather he is acting to be sure that you have a girlfriend. Mentally weak student will get trapped in it. Just go straight and reply that you don’t have any girlfriend as this is the time when you have to focus on your career.
  1. Have you ever had a fight with any friend or classmate?
  • Remember, fighting is not a way to solve any situation. Fighting with your close people replicates problems. But in case of any mismatch in views or misunderstandings, Gentle discussions can solve the problem.
  1. Why did you drop 1 year after 12th class? Isn’t it a wastage of time and money?
  • Candidates who have dropped after 12th for coaching, can face this question. You have to answer like, after discussion with my parents and elder siblings, I decided to devote 1 year in preparations to gain a good opportunity for furnishing my career. I am sure, my hard work will pay.
  1. If you are dedicated to your coaching, then why are you trying for the Armed Forces?
  • The above question will be followed by this question. You can tackle it by saying that, engineering / medical stream is as good as an opportunity for joining the Armed Forces. The Armed forces are searching for a suitable person for this job. If I will be chosen for it will be an honour for me.
  1. What will you do is you lose all opportunities after 12th?
  • “Never give up”. If you lost all opportunities after 12th then you will prepare hard for the next attempt of opportunities and will surely grab the suitable one. Opportunities are never served ones, if you have confidence, you can generate opportunities again.
  1. Tell me 5 things that you have learnt from your father.
  • Here, your self-introspection is analysed. There are some common things that a person learns from his father, like caring, handling responsibility, sacrifice, commanding etc. Children of Armed Forces personals can add punctuality, discipline, etc.
  1. Who motivated or directed you to choose military as your career?
  • There are several people around you who motivated you to join Indian army. Your parents, grandparents, sibling or any relative serving in the Armed Forces can be a motivator.
  1. Tell me some areas where you prefer your parent’s advice and suggestions
  • All NDA candidates are not too experienced to handle all situations be themselves. To answer this question, admit it that you still prefer your parent’s advice in many areas like studies, money management, outdoor tasks like applying for Adhaar card, driving licence etc. and discuss matters with them. Simultaneously trying to get self-dependent by learning experience.

Note: – The above questions are followed by their suggestions that will help you to track your suitable answer. Please don’t copy these suggestions. Take help from suggestions and frame your answers. Your replies must match with your personality.

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Ravinder Tanwar
Ravinder Tanwarhttps://ssbcrack.com/
A resident of Jaipur. I am a KVian who is passionate to join Indian Defense Force. I started giving SSB from NDA. After completing my B.Tech in 2012, currently I am working as a Software Engineer in Jaipur in a private company, but the passion is still alive in my soul.
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