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    Prepare students for competitive exams from college days

    The younger generation faces a dominant problem while studying for graduation. Students must start preparing for competitive exams such as those of the banking sector and administrative jobs when graduating. The selection examinations are objective and descriptive. To clear competitive examinations requires vast preparation. When college ends, it becomes time-consuming to chalk out how to prepare for such exams.

    Although numerous coaching centres for competitive exams are there, choosing the best from them to join becomes difficult. Even understanding the pattern and picking the proper method for preparation takes a long time. In this process, a candidate loses some valuable time.

    There is a need for coaching classes in colleges for students who aim to join the banking sector or administrative field, either at the state or national level. It will give them a broad idea and help them to chalk out how to prepare. Thus, after they pass out of college, it will be easy for them to join the right coaching institute and prepare accordingly because they have already understood their weakness and strength from the college coaching classes. What's your opinion about the suggestion mentioned above?

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  • #775247
    It is really a difficult affair to qualify the competitive tests unless a full devotion is applied in this direction. In fact, it is not that much easy for a student to continue both the assignments - continuation of his general studies and the preparation of his competitive test.
    However, for a determined candidate, even such a tough situation doesn't dampen his positivity and ultimately, he becomes a winner.
    Here the crucial aspect is the time management and the planning.
    The author has raised an important issue with which the students????? are facing.

  • #775249
    A job or a seat in higher studies will not come to you with the marks you obtained in your qualifying examination. That will give you eligibility to apply for a job or for a seat in higher education. But to get a seat or a job one has to write a competitive examination. So preparing for such a competitive examination is very important. To get trained for these examinations these days many training centres are getting opened. There are coaching institutes that give coaching for IIT seats from a very early stage. Many parents put their children in such institutes and see that they will get the best possible coaching to face competitive examinations. I know institutes giving coaching for 8th-class students for the IIT entrance examination. There are many institutes that will give regular teaching as well as coaching for entrance and competitive examinations. But students will get strained as they have to prepare for both. But that is necessary to improve their chances for higher studies as well as a good career.
    always confident

  • #775255
    Today we are living in a competitive environment. Everywhere there is tough competition and a large number of students are appearing in the competitive exams against selection for a few posts.
    If a student thinks that he can qualify in an exam by doing 3 to 4 months preparation then he is totally mistaken. A thorough preparation is required which asks for hard work and long time preparation.
    Today the situation is such that if a student doesn't start having a mind set from his class 9 or 10 level that he has to appear in a competitive examination after completing class 12 or UG course then ones chances of getting success will be dimmed. The student has to start making a knowledge base right from his SSC level if he or she is really interested in a good score in the competitive examination that one will be appearing two to six years later.
    The job avenues are limited and one can make a career only through campus recruitment or competitive exam or self employment all of which require a very high score and skills in the related field.

    Knowledge is power.

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