Today I want to tell you something which is completely different from food. Yes, at times I feel like sharing stuff which is not related to food. Do you remember your college days? Especially those days when you had exams and you used to study day and night to clear them? After those college exams you had some entrance exams? And you used to again struggle to clear those exams? Yes, many of you remember those because those entrance exams are the exams in India which many educational institutions use to shortlist students. Entrance exams occur at almost every stage of our life right from kindergarten till getting into any profession in our life.
Nowadays just scoring at the board or university is not enough. We have to excel at these entrance exams too. The competition is too much nowadays. Infact you have to score highest in both of these to get into your choice of educational institution. Students who crack these exams and who grab excellent rankings are sent to the topmost colleges in India.
In our country, entrance exams are chiefly for medical, engineering and management courses. These range from UPSC for Indian civil services, IIT- JEE for engineering and CAT for business administration where only one in a hundreds can hope to get admission to state level entrances which are many and varied.
I have come across this website where you can find all the entrance exams that take place in India. This site lists the entrance exams happening in various educational streams like Agriculture, Architecture, Arts, Commerce, Dental Science, Pharmacy, etc. If you want to know about the various entrance exams in management, you can just head on to exams on collegedunia.com. You can select your course from either MBA or BBA. You can then select your level i.e. national or state, year and month of applying. Then you will see a list of exams happening around the country.
Then if you want you can even find out how many papers you will have to answer. For e.g. on the exam portal select Management from stream, course as MBA, level as National, year as 2015, Month as Nov. You can see that CAT – Common Admission test will be held in Nov 2015 and the last date for applying is Sep 29, 2015 and it will have 6 papers. Click on CAT and you will get all details like cut-off percentile in top colleges, reservation, number of seats, application fees and the month when the results will be out.
Isn’t it nice? You get to see all the information about exams like CAT, XAT, MAT, and etc all in one place.
Apart from this there is lot of stuff on the portal to browse like upcoming MBA exams, CAT 2015 eligibility criteria and exams in other streams. I am sure you will like this portal and it is a great boon for students, parents, teachers too.
… and did I forget to tell you that you can get previous years papers too at the portal?
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