Friday, 20 November 2015

Competition Exams for Jobs After 10th And 12th Level - Why?

Competition exams for jobs are the best way to secure your career. These exams are conducted by semi-government and government organizations to select the better among the best. It checks your skills and eligibility for a particular government post. Generally, the exam covers subjects such as English Language, General Knowledge and one paper that is based on the particular field, chosen by the candidate.

Nowadays, most of the people that we come across crave for government jobs. Wondering why? Here are the reasons:
  • Great growth opportunity
  • Handsome salary package with good hike through the pay commissions
  • High level of job security
  • Salary on time and pensionable till death
  • Various other allowances
  • Extra money with a lot of free time
  • Health care facility, housing facility, etc.

Apart from these, there are many other facilities and advantages that a government job has, which no private job can offer. However, to enjoy these benefits, you need to appear for and ace the completion exam. Now, if you’re thinking how to prepare for competition exams, don’t need to worry as here are some tips that you can go through:

  • Make a schedule and try to follow it
  • Divide your time and allocate specific hours for each topic or subject
  • Go through the best competition exam books for any particular exam
  • Take more and more mock tests to identify your weaker areas
  • Spend more time to improve on your weaker areas
Mostly the competition exams are held for 10th and 12th passed candidates. If you too have passed your 10th or 12th, you can apply for these exams:
  • All Indian Engineering Entrance Exam (AIEEE) - this exam is one of the most popular exam after 10 + 2 for engineering/architecture courses. If you’re a BE/B. Tech aspiring student, this exam is just for you.
  • National Defense Academy- you can appear for NDA and Naval Academy Exams to get selected for Navy, Air Force and Army wings after your 12th.
  • Indian Institute of Technology Joint Entrance Exam (IIT-JEE) – this exam is conducted for admission to the top IITs of the nation. It is one of the most difficult entrance exams and needs proper preparation.

While competition exam preparation, you need to be very careful and sincere. The best way to prepare is by solving previous years’ papers. This will help you understand the test-taking strategy better. Also, it will make the questions easier for you to attempt.