Admissions into ‘A’ grade professions like engineering, management, medical and law are not easy. Entrance into each of these study streams, calls for comprehensive preparation and knowledge. One has to first clear the tough entrance exams for each of it as then only one can get admissions into the specific institutes which offer courses in engineering, medical, management, medical or law. Mentioned below are certain essentials which can help one understand the admission processes into each of these courses better. Take a look:
Admission into an engineering college in India would need a student to clear the engineering entrances like IIT, AIEEE etc. All-India Engineering/Architecture Entrance Examination (AIEEE) is hosted by Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) together with Indian Government to offer admissions to the degree level courses in engineering and architecture within central universities, deemed universities, National Institute of Technology, state and union territories except those covered by JEE that is, Joint Entrance examinations and State Level Entrance Examinations. The examination authorities issue syllabus regarding the entrance which has to be followed strictly in order to clear the entrance test.
Management entrances needs relevant knowledge of the theoretical subjects related to management together with the latest happening in the corporate sector all around the world. There are plenty of institutes offering management courses and subject specific management studies in India as well as abroad. The state run and private institutes in the country are becoming the choice of youngsters these days.CAT, MAT, XAT are some of the entrance tests conducted by the relevant authorities for admissions.
The authority that conducts medical entrances in India is the Medical Council of India (MCI). Only those students are offered admissions who get through with the medical entrances conducted by MDI. In fact, it is one government body which is quite strict in terms of the entrance test and the syllabus offered. The medical institutes and colleges are time to time inspected by MCI for quality education and facilities to the students.
Admission into law seeks the clearance of Common Law Admission Test, that is, CLAT. Law schools are offered to only those students who clear this particular exam. All the students seeking admission in under graduate (LLB) or post graduate (LLM) courses have to appear this particular test first. Admissions are done on the basis of score gained in this test.
Source by Sakshi Verma