What are top 10 toughest competitive exams in India?Add Answer
Here are some most difficult exams such:
Indian education system is deemed as one of the best education systems in the world, and one of the hardest too. A large share of credit for this goes to certain national level competitive examinations of our country for which aspirants in thousands and lakhs appear every year. How tough these exams are is evident from the numbers who pass these exams every year, and the effort and hard work they put in preparations.
- UPSC civil services exam: Conducted by Union Public Service Commission, only a creamy layer of Indian population gets over this competitive exam. Over 9, 00,00,0 candidates every year appear for the same and the achievement.
- CAT: It is the Common Admission Test for getting into top management schools like IIMs.
- IIT-JEE: With the success rate of 1 in 45, the Indian Institute of Technology Joint Entrance Examination is the toughest exam for getting into engineering colleges.
- GATE: This exam is for postgraduate courses like masters and doctoral degree, and scholarships engineering, technology, architecture and science.
- CLAT: Common Law Admission Test is the gateway to get into 16 national law universities in India for a five year integrated course in Law.
- NET: National Eligibility Test is cleared by a high percentage to people in fourth or fifth attempt. It is to shortlist assistant lecturers in various subjects for universities and for Junior Research Fellowships (JRF).
- NDA NA: National Defense Academy exam is for the recruitment in defense forces –Army, Air Force, and Navy.
- AIIMS Entrance exam: For students who don’t want to end up paying lakhs of rupees to pursue medical studies, AIIMS Entrance exam is the only resort. This very fact makes it clear that how tough this exam is. AIIMS conducts the exam autonomously, but its result is accepted in other reputed medical universities as the criteria of selection.
- NEET: National Eligibility cum Entrance Test is conducted by CBSE to select the students for admissions in undergraduate and postgraduate medical courses.
- CA: The Chartered Accountant examination has the passing rate of only 3%.