Do you know why most science students want to take JEE or NEET exams after class 12th?
Everyone likes to get respect from people but very few people get it. There is a human tendency that people will respect you only when you have done something good, interesting, or wonderful in your life. To do something good alone by leaving the multitude is very difficult, but such people are respected everywhere.
Today, when it comes to making a career, we have a lot of options. But as you know, practically it is not possible to make a career in all fields because every field is not compatible with your passion, interest, and dreams. Therefore, it is very important for students to specify their field of interest to make their career.
From class 9th onwards, options are available for the students to choose their stream as the Science group, Arts group, Commerce group, etc. After completing 10th, Science students are divided into two groups which are Mathematics group and Biology group.
Maths group students give JEE exam to get admission in IITs/NITs or CFTIs whereas Biology group students give NEET exam to get admission in MBBS/BDS/BAMS/BSMS/BUMS/BHMS after 12th. Both the entrance exams are conducted by NTA (National Testing Agency).
To crack these entrance exams is not a child’s play. These exams are considered as one of the toughest and the most challenging exams in India that’s why 97.2% of students fail to crack IIT JEE and 56.44% pass percentage of NEET-UG in 2020.
If you want to know why most of the science students want to take JEE or NEET exams after class 12th, I will discuss it in 6 points. So that, you may be aware of it.
6 Reasons why most science students want to take JEE or NEET exams after class 12th
Admission to Top Colleges
JEE and NEET are the exams that offer an opportunity for admission to top IITs, NITs, and medical colleges respectively. Since it gives a chance to get admission to the best colleges of India, it is quite difficult to crack these exams. If you are a NEET aspirant, you can study in top medical colleges like CMC Vellore – Christian Medical College, KMC Manipal – Kasturba Medical College, MMC Chennai – Madras Medical College, AMU Aligarh – Aligarh Muslim University, KGMU Lucknow – King George’s Medical University, etc after cracking NEET exam.
Almost every student dreams that there should be no uncertainty in their career so they work very hard. It is said that if you are able to get admission to top IIT or NEET colleges, none can stop you from getting a high-paying and secure job. Although you have to put in a lot of hard work in the beginning, the growth ratio in this field is also very high. Today there are many IITians who are CEOs in many companies, and many IITians are also owners of million-dollar startups. On the other hand, there are many doctors who are rendering their service in the field of medicine as well as administration.
When we talk about highly secure jobs, government jobs come to our mind first. It is not wrong, government jobs are secure jobs until or unless you didn’t take advantage of their resources for your personal needs. But in private jobs, it totally depends on your boss that how many times you can work there. But if you are from top IITs or NEET colleges, the most important work of your company will be on your shoulders. So, your boss will never think about your resignation. Even if you want to resign from the job yourself, your boss will definitely suggest you not quit your job.
High Success Ratio
The environment of these colleges is created in such a way that every student can believe that they can surely add unparalleled value to the world. This attitude does not allow them to give up, thus they keep working very hard in different directions. The success ratio of these students is very high as the majority of students get their dream job in their dream company. Even there are many IITians prefer to start their own startups instead of sitting in college placements today. In the same way, many medical students prefer to run their own hospital rather than servicing in other’s hospitals.
High Paying Jobs
Along with being highly secure and having a high success ratio, these exams also provide an opportunity to offer high-paying jobs. The package of students in top IITs usually ranges between INR 10-20 Lacs per annum. On the other hand, for other IITs, it ranges between INR 5-10 Lacs per annum. These packages are offered by domestic companies like TATA, ONGC, etc. The highest salary package offered in the top IITs is usually above Rs 1 crore. It is generally offered by international companies. On the other hand, in the medical field, doctors are also earning a lot. There are many doctors who are earning lacs in a month. Apart from this, there are few doctors who are earning crores in a single month. There is no cap, so you can earn as much as you can.
Respect and Reputation
There are people with different mentalities and mindsets. Some people’s first priority in any job is salary whereas, some people’s first priority is respect and reputation. Respect and reputation are two great aspects of any job. Even before making a career in any field, many people do research by observing people near them to get an idea of how much respect they can get in a particular field. If you are a JEE or NEET aspirant, congrats, there is much respect and reputation in your field. So, without distracting anywhere, work hard to get admission to top IITs or top medical colleges.
Both IIT JEE and NEET are some of the toughest exams in India. Cracking these exams is not an easy task, it requires a lot of hard work. You have to sacrifice a lot. You have to leave your comfort zone, increase your study hours and continue your hard work even after qualifying for these exams. Only then you can get your dream job. Apart from this, if you believe that after getting admission to the top college, there is no need to work hard again, this is your misconception. You will also have to work hard in your college. Only then you will be successful in getting your dream job.
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