Competitive Exams – Wanna Brighten Your Future???

Entrance Exams in India

To step into any university or college or any institution you need to give an entrance test. On the basis of your performance in the examination they select the eligible students. Various entrance examinations in India are listed below.

  • Engineering Entrance Examinations in India
  • Management Aptitude Test (MAT)
  • Common Aptitude test (CAT)
  • Joint Entrance Examination (JEE)
  • Medical Entrance Examination.

Competitive Exams in India

In India, number of competitive exams are being conducted for the admission into graduate or post-graduate professional courses as well as for securing services in the Government.

  • UPSC (Union Public Service Commission)
  • SSC (Staff Selection Commission)
  • Defence Competitive Exams
  • Railway Competitive Exams
  • Bank Competitive exams
  • PSC(Public Service Commission –  state-level)

The eligibility criteria for various exams are as follows

Civil Services Examinations 

A nationwide competitive examination in India conducted by the UPSC for recruitment to the various Civil Services of the Government of India, including Indian Administrative Service (IAS), Indian Revenue Service (IRS), Indian Foreign Service (IFS), Indian Police Service (IPS).

Eligibility Criteria

    • Educational Qualification: Candidate should be Graduate or pursued Degree in any discipline from any recognized university in India and Final Year Candidates can apply.
    • Age: Minimum of 21 Yrs to Maximum of 30 Yrs on 1st August of the year of the Examination
      UPPER Age Relaxation
      • A maximum of three years for OBC candidates
      • A maximum of five years for candidates belonging to a SC/ST candidates
    • Number of Attempts
      • Four attempts for General category candidates and OBC category candidates under the   Creamy layer
      • Seven attempts for OBC category candidates
      • To SCs/STs, No limit on the number of attempts
    • Nationality
      • For IAS and IPS, a candidate must be a citizen of India
    • Examination Process : Consists of Three stages
      • Stage I : Preliminary examination
      • Stage II: Main examination
      • Stage III: Personality Test (Interview)
    • Website : www.upscgov.in
  • CSAT exam syllabus but people who have decided to prepare for UPSC , its beginning

Combined Defence Services Examination (CDSE)

The “Combined Defence Services” Examination (CDS) is conducted twice a year by the Union Public Service Commission for recruitment into the Indian Military Academy, Officers Training Academy, Indian Naval Academy and Indian Air Force Academy.

Eligibility Criteria

  •  For Indian Military Academy/Officers’ Training Academy: Degree from a recognized university or equivalent
    For Naval Academy: B.Sc. with Physics & Mathematics or Bachelor of Engineering
    For Air Force Academy: Degree of a recognized University with Physics and Mathematics at 10+2 level or Bachelor of Engineering, Bachelor of Technology
  • Age:
    • Indian Military Academy : 19-24 Years
    • Air Force Academy : 19-23 Years
    • Naval Academy : 19-22 Years
    • Officers’ Training Academy : 19-25 Year (not before 2 June on the Year of Examination)
  • Nationality  
    • A candidate must be a citizen of India
  • Examination Process : Consists of Two stages
    • Written Exam
    • Interview by a Services Selection Board
  • Website : www.upscgov.in

 

National Defence Academy Examination(NDA)

  • A National Defence Academy is an academy of Indian Armed Forces, where cadets of the three services Indian Army , Indian navy and Indian Air Force are trained together before they go to final services academies. NDA was established in 7th December 1954.
  • Eligibility Criteria
  • Educational Qualification : 
     10+2 in any stream to apply for the Indian army
     10+2 in physics and mathematics to apply for the Indian Air force and Indian Navy
  • Age: Minimum 16.5 Yrs to Maximum 19 Yrs of Age ( No Age Relaxation)
  • Nationality
    • A candidate must be a citizen of India
    • Girls are not eligible for NDA.
  • Examination Process : Consists of Two stages
    • Written Exam
    • Interview by a Services Selection Board
  • Website : www.upscgov.in

Special Class Railway Apprentices (SCRA)

  • Special Class Railway Apprentices (SCRA) is a nationwide UPSC exam conducted bu Union Public Service Commissions to recruit candidates for the undergraduate program in Mechanical Engineering at the Indian Railways Institute of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering, Jamalpur. This programme was started in 1927 and is one of the oldest in India.
  • Eligibility Criteria
  • Educational Qualification: 
     10+2 Passed in Physics and Mathematics
     10+2 in Physics and Mathematics, Appearing Candidates are also eligible
     Graduation with Math subjects candidates can also appear for this Exam.
  • Age: Minimum 17 Yrs to Maximum 21 Yrs of Age ( No Age Relaxation)
  • Nationality  
    •  A candidate must be a citizen of India
  • Examination Process : Consists of Two stages
    • Written Exam
    • Interview
  • Website : www.upscgov.in