Preparation – What is the first thing which comes to your mind when you hear that? I'm sure an exam is one thing which tops the list. We are wired that way, whenever it comes to performing our best to achieve the best, preparations are what we do. And, why shouldn't we, when the perks and benefits you get after cracking a tough entrance test of a university or national level exams like UPSC are the best treats?
Heard of the quote - "What you sow is, what you reap" There's no better example than a student's life because of the efforts they put while prepping up for an examination and the results are self-evident to justify those sleepless nights. Though there are several fields, one can pursue in life and excel, amongst those come becoming a doctor or an IAS officer, or my favorite – engineer. You might not agree with me for now, but when I tell you the benefits you get after becoming a part of the University which has been awarded 5 stars for Teaching, Employability, and Inclusiveness; you'll not want to miss any chance of registering for its entrance test.
Before we begin to explore this so-called common option of becoming an engineer yet its unknown advantages, let's go through some other entrance examinations which are considered to be the toughest.
Civil Services Examination (CSE) conducted by Union Public Service Commission is one of the hardest exams considered on an all India level. It provides enrollment to several Civil Services of the Government of India, including Indian Administrative Service (IAS), Indian Foreign Service (IFS), Indian Police Service (IPS), Indian Revenue Service (IRS) and others. In the year 2015, a total of 9,45,908 appeared for the same and only 1078 were selected; taking the success percentage down to .1%
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Approximately, 2.32 lakh candidates appeared in 2016 for Common Admission Test (CAT) entrance exam which was started by Indian Institutes of Management (IIMs) to ascertain whether a student is apt for business organization programs. In this exam, aptitude and language skills are observed in a student. But, what if you're not into management but have excellent aforementioned skills? Because 2% is the success percentage when it comes to getting into one of the IIMs. Find the solution in the next image with much better life after college. P.S. The favourite one.
More than 3 Lakh students applied for this exam last year, to get into SRM University, Chennai. A great number there, right! To give you a better picture, around 5% is what the success percentage is and as to what's the buzz all about, here are some points you should know about SRM:
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A different kind of engineering exam was not just meant to raise the bar but, give you a different world full of possibilities where you can explore your hidden talents, flourish and grow. You get to try your hands at various fortes of Arts & Culture, stay competitive and maintain a sportsman spirit by indulging yourself into Athletics & Fitness (even horse-riding), contribute your part to the society by joining NSS and other community service projects and stay super-active by leading the life you have always imagined.
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If you've graduated in Medicine, then you've got a better chance getting through All India Institute of Medical Sciences Entrance Exam gateway exam. Because, if you're planning to give AIIMS for MD/MS (Masters) then keep it in mind that 25% is reserved for AIIMS UG students and 50% for other categories. In each exam, there are only 124 seats for applicants, and it happens only twice a year; with a success percentage of .35%
Institute of Chartered Accountants of India conducts this 3-level exam where Common Proficiency Test (CPT) being the first, Integrated Professional Competence Course (IPCC) – second and CA Final Examinations, is the last step. Its success rate varies was 5.75% in 2016, making it one of the toughest exams in the world.
Law aspirant, are we? Then, go for the best. Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) which allows you to enter 16 National Law Universities in India and the competition seems to be on the rise when 45,000 students appeared in 2016 with a success rate of 5%.
Lastly, National Defense Academy run by the Joint Services Institute of Indian Armed Forces gives you a pathway to become a part of Army, Navy, or Air Force. The NDA exam is conducted twice in a year – April and September, by UPSC. And, it's not easy getting into one of those when I tell you that only .49% is the success percentage for people who appear in exams to a recommendation.
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