Every second student dreams of getting a good job. To achieve this he also works extremely hard. Today we will tell you about some such competitive examinations conducted in the country, after passing which you will be able to write your future in golden letters, let us know which are those examinations.
National Defense Academy (NDA)
National Defense Academy, commonly known as NDA. Passing this exam is considered the most difficult exam. This examination is a gateway for entry into Army, Air Force and Navy. Applicants are selected on the basis of following tests 1. Written Examination 2. SSB Interview. Cracking the written exam is difficult but clearing the SSB interview is even more difficult. SSB interview is conducted for a duration of 5 days. The success rate in this is only two percent.
It is the dream of every student preparing for MBBS doctorate from AIIMS. Since AIIMS is the top clinical school in India, every applicant thinks of doing MBBS from AIIMS. The reason behind it being the toughest is the limited number of seats and format of the exam. NEET is a premedical examination conducted by the National Testing Agency (NTA) to screen contenders for admission to MBBS/BDS courses in all clinical/dental schools in India. The exam level of NEET is slightly lower than AIIMS but the selection rate is exceptionally low. The reason behind it being the toughest is that around 10 lakh competitors come for the test and try for around 1 lakh seats.
Common Law Admission Test
Common Law Admission Test, as the name suggests, is a directed and placement test for admission to undergraduate and postgraduate programs like LLB and LLM. The marks of this examination are valid in 16 major law colleges of India. It is a national level examination. Only applicants with in-depth knowledge of law can pass this examination.
Chartered Accountancy (CA)
Chartered Accountancy exam is directed by ICAI (Institute of Chartered Accountants of India). This examination is typically conducted at three levels. Common Proficiency Test (CPT), Integrated Professional Competency Course (IPCC) and Final Examination. The success rate of this exam is very low. Every year only 8 to 16 percent candidates are able to pass the CA exam.
UGC National Eligibility Test (UGC NET)
National Eligibility Test (NET) is conducted by the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research as a portal to get into the posts of School, Assistant Professor and Junior Research Fellowship (JRF) in colleges across India. UGC NET is directed for 83 subjects. This examination is based on almost the entire syllabus of Masters. Besides, the number of seats also remains very less.