List of Competitive Exams for class 1 to 12

List of Competitive Exams class 1 to 12

list of competitive exam in India

The journey of Academic life is highly competitive and a bit complicated for the students to choose the right platform at the right movement.

Why it is competitive?

If you like to reach your goal with the best rank or performance then you must have to work hard with sincerity. You have to take participate in your relevant competitive examination and crack it with a good rank.

Why it is complicated to select your relevant profile?

Some of the students did not aware of the competitive examination which one of them important for the students for their current and future academic life.

Every student must know the importance of competitive examinations. But it is also important to know that, the choice of the competitive exam decision must be taken at the right time (Class/Grade/Standard).

ToppersTalk will help to identify the importance of competitive examination as per your current academic profile as well as we will help you to guide for your future academic goal.

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1. JEE MAIN - Joint Entrance Examination

The JEEMain examination is one of the highly competitive examinations in India. Approx 12 lakhs students registered every year for the examination. The Ministry of Human Research Department (MHRD), Government of India has entrusted the responsibility of conducting the JEE MAIN exam to the National Testing Agency (NTA) from 2019.

Students who are interested to take admission into the NIT, IITs, Government Funded Technical Institutes (GFTI) and Central Government Funded Institutes (CFTI) through JEE Main examination. The respective organization every year conducts this examination twice in a year (the month of January and the month of April).

Class 12th (science) or 12th passed out students are eligible for the examination. there will be a criterion for appearing in this examination. Please check the updated eligibility criteria for more details.

The medium of Examination: English/Hindi (11 other languages)

The month of Examination: January and April

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2. JEE ADVANCED – Joint Entrance Examination Advanced

The JEEAdvanced examination is one of the toughest examinations in India. Students who are interested to take admission into IIT or other relevant colleges take participation in this examination. All the colleges offered courses to take admissions for B. Tech, B. E. / B.Planning, B. Arch, etc.

If students want to participate in the JEE Advance examination they must have to qualify JEE Main examination and must have to match as per eligibility criteria. (Foreign eligibility criteria differ) Around 2,50,000 students selected every year to appear for the JEE Advanced examination.

Jee Advanced is conducted by one of the seven zonal IITs (IIT Roorkee, IIT Kharagpur, IIT Delhi, IIT Kanpur, IIT Bombay, IIT Madras, and IIT Guwahati) under the guidance of the Joint Admission Board (JAB).

There are total of 23 IITs and other few of the relevant colleges participates in this examinations. JEE Advanced 2019 examination was conducted by IIT Roorkee, Jee Advanced 2020 examination will be conducted by IIT Delhi and Jee Advanced 2021 will be conducted by IIT Kharagpur.

The medium of Examination: English

The month of Examination: May

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3. NEET – National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test

The NEET Examination is also a highly competitive and toughest examination in India. Approx 16 Laks students participate in this examination every year. The National Testing Agency (NTA) is the conducting body of this examination since 2019.

The students can take admission into Government medical college, Semi-Government College, private medical college. The colleges offered MBBS/BDS or other paramedical courses through the NEET examination.

The Students of class 12th and 12th pass out are eligible for this examination. There will be criteria to appear NEET examination. Please check here for updated eligibility criteria for the NEET exam.

The medium of Examination: English, Hindi, Assamese, Bengali, Gujarati, Kannada, Marathi, Odia, Tamil, Telugu, and Urdu anyone the following language candidates can opt for the question paper

The month of Examination: May

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4. KVPY – Kishor Vaigyanik Protsahan Yojana

KVPY is one of the reputed examinations in India. The students who are interested to build their career in the research and science field then the KVPY is the best entrance examination to reach their dream goal.

Kishore Vaigyanik Protsahan Yojana (KVPY 2020) is a national level fellowship program for students for pursuing basic science courses and research career in the field of Basic Sciences. KVPY is conducted by the Indian Institute of Sciences (IISc), Bangalore.

The students of class 11th (Science), class 12th (Science) and Students who are studying Science in the first year of graduation can appear for this stream.

The selected candidates will get the fellowship in this examination. Students must have clear criteria for selection. The selection procedure will be through aptitude tests and the second will be a personal interview.

The medium of Examination: English, Hindi

The month of Examination: November

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5. NTSE – National Talent Search Examination

The NTSE examination is conducted by NCERT on the national level. The most important part of this examination is that the students will get the identification is the “NATIONAL TALENT SEARCH EXAMINATION” certificate by the government.

The student gets a National Benchmark identification. That means the student has identified by the government those who are talented on the national level.

The students of class 10th appearing will be eligible for this examination. The NTSE exam has conducted every year in the month of November.

There are two-stage levels of examination. Students have to qualify both the level eligible for the fellowship.

1st level exam conduct on State level and conducted by State/Union Territory. 2nd level exam conduct on the National level and conducted by NCERT.

National Talent Search examination follows the NCERT syllabus for Science, Mathematics, Mental Ability, English, and Social Science.

The Medium of Examination: English

The month of Examination: November

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6. PRMO – Pre-Regional Mathematical Olympiad

The Pre-RMO examination is the first stage of the Indian Mathematical Olympiad. Students who are interested in mathematics and plan to set up career ahead in the mathematic stream, they should appear for this examination.

The Students born on or after August 1, 1999, are eligible for the PRMO. Students studying in class 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, or 12th are eligible. And the student must be a citizen of India.

An apart from PRMO approx 300 students get selected from class 8th, 9th, 10th and 11th and up 60 students get selected from the class 12th for the next level Regional Mathematical Olympiad.

The Medium of Examination: English

The month of Examination: August

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7. RMO – Regional Mathematical Olympiad

The Regional Mathematical Olympiad is the most popular examination in India and well known as RMO exam. The examination level is bitter higher than the PRMO exam.

Students from class 8th to 12th class may appear for this examination. This examination is a part of the Mathematical Olympiad.

Students must have to qualify for the PRMO exam to appear for the RMO examination. The RMO is a three hours examination with 6 problems. Students have to resolve the problems in the given appropriate time.

The Medium of Examination: English, Hindi, and another regional language.

The month of Examination: October

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8. IMO – International Mathematical Olympiad

International Mathematical Olympiad is one of the toughest examinations in India. The IMO exam is part of the Mathematical Olympiad. Candidates from class 1st to 12th appearing is eligible for the examination.

The examination conduct on 2 levels. For the second level examination from 3rd to 12th appearing students can participate in the exam.

The first level of examination paper will consist of four sections: Logical Reasoning, Mathematical Reasoning, Everyday Mathematics, and Achiever sections. Students get the registration from the respective registered school for IMO exams.

The Medium of Examination: English

The Month of Examination: December and January

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9. NSO – National Science Olympiad

The National Science Olympiad (NSO) examination is a yearly competitive examination. NSO exam is conducted by the Science Foundation Olympiad (SOF). The main motive of this examination to promote scientific temperament among students.

The examination conduct in two-stage levels exams. Students from class 1st to 12th appearing are eligible to participate for stage 1 examinations. And from class 3rd to 12th appearing students can participate in the second level of examinations.

The top-performing students and schools will be felicitated with awards at the Zonal level and International level. The students awarded by Gold Medal, Silver Medal, cash prize and various types of certificates according to their achieved rank.

The Medium of Examination: English

The Month of Examination: November

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10. NSEJS – National Standard Examination in Junior Science

The National Standard Examination in Junior Science (NSEJS) is one of the well known prestigious examinations in India. This examination has organized by the Indian Association of Physics Teacher IAP.

The main purpose of this examination to conduct is to identify students who have high aptitude in a science subject. This science Olympiad examination has a total of four-level exams and NSEJS is one of them.

The students who are appearing in class 10th or equivalent of class 10th grade are eligible to appear in this examination. Approx 90,000 students participate in this examination.

Top 300 students will be selected for the next level International Junior Science Olympiad (INJSO). Generally, the NSEJS examination registration stars from the month of August to September, and the examination conduct in the month of November.


The Medium of Examination: English

The Month of Examination: November

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11. IJSO – International Junior Science Olympiad

The International Junior Science Olympiad (IJSO) is a science competitive examination. The main objective of this examination to encourage students for science and exposing them to problem-solving, experimentation, and critical thinking.

This examination is the final level of the Science Olympiad. Around 50 countries participate in this examination and take alternatively responsibility to conduct this examination. This year 2021 IJSO has been scheduled to conduct in the United Arab Emirates in 20221!

The main important part of this examination is to experience peoples from different countries will interact with the students. The IJSO examination generally scheduled in the month of December.

The Medium of Examination: English

The month of Examination: December

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