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UPSC- Civil services exams
It is conducted for recruitment of eligible candidates to various central government services such as the IAS (Indian Administrative Service) and the Indian Foreign Service (IFS).
There are three levels of this exam, namely: Preliminary exam, main exam and personality test or interview.

IIT-JEE (Joint Entrance Examination)
The Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) is one of the toughest engineering entrance exams in the world.
It is conducted to short list candidates seeking admission to undergraduate engineering programmes at IITs.
It is conducted in two parts, JEE-Main and JEE-Advanced.

CAT (Common Admission Test )
CAT exams are meant for getting an entry into premier management and business schools like the IIMs.
Mode of Exam: In this exam also there are MCQ based question paper the question paper consist Quantitive ,Aptitude English Language and Decision Making type questions. The exam will be online mode.
Eligibility Criteria: Candidate should be Graduate in any stream with 50% marks.

GATE (Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering)
GATE: This exam is for getting the admission PG level like M.Tech, M.Pharma and also for the P.hd. Its stands Graduate Aptitude Test for Engineering.
Mode of Exam: MCQ Based question paper.
Eligibility Criteria: Aspirants should be B.Tech Degree in any Stream or Master of Science with 50% marks.

AIIMS Entrance Exams
It is every single medical student’s wish to clear this exam so that he/she doesn’t have to end up paying lakhs of rupees for an MBBS degree to self financed colleges located in remote areas of the country.
An autonomous body, AIIMS conducts its own pan India entrance exam, the results of which are also accepted by many other medical colleges

CLAT (Common Law Admission Test)
The Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) is conducted for taking admissions to five-year integrated Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Law (BA plus LLB) Honors and one-year Master of Law (LLM) programme.
Those who qualify CLAT are eligible to obtain admission in any of the following courses:
BA LLB (Hons)
BSc LLB (Hons)
BA LLB (Hons)
BSW LLB (Hons)
BCom LLB (Hons)

UGC NET (National Eligibility Test)
Conducted to shortlist school and college level assistant lecturers and Junior Research Fellowship (JRF) candidates, the exam is so tough that many candidates do not clear it even in their fourth or fifth attempt.
The test is conducted in 83 subjects at 88 selected NET examination cities spread across the nation.
9.IES (Indian Engineering Services)
The four stages of IES selection process comprise of a General Aptitude Test, an Objective Technical paper, a Technical paper, and an Interview.
This is one of the most sought after exams to be cleared, as the jobs offered are extremely lucrative. This makes it one of the toughest exams of India in 2016.



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