The unexpected journey – the Preliminary Examination
About 3,3000 graduates has registered with the Royal Civil Service Commission to appear for the most talked topic of the month the Preliminary Examination scheduled on 10th of next month, feared most by the fresh graduates because of the increasing in unemployment rate.
The dropping of preliminary examination is one out of the 100 pledges made by the present government. Most of them are disappointed as the government did not fulfill its promises.
The new graduates are gearing up their mind and soul to get through this entry examination, most of them feels that this exam being the most difficult hurdle on the way, they feel that most of them will fail to get through.
It surely depend on how much you have study and how much you know, sometimes the questions gets you in a tricky situation, most of them said that “it surely depends on luck and moreover if you are from a math’s background.”
Kezang Choden a fresh graduate from Bangalore said that “I am taking classes for PE and moreover it is hard for me as I am from the arts background. I am doing my best to get through.”
Another graduates Sonam Dorji from Chennai said that “though it is very intense for me but I am sure that I can do it, everything is possible if you believe in yourself.”
More than 3,567 graduates registered for the preliminary examination last year. While 3,332 graduates sat for the exam on July 11, 1,614 got shortlisted.
Every year the numbers of unemployed keep increasing and the only fear that the graduates have is the recruitment in the government sector. Even last year many dreams of graduates to sit for RCSC was shattered as many didn’t get through the entry examination.
Is it fair? For those who don’t have the math’s background or do you think that justice are given to those people without math’s background. It is really something we should look into. Though many said that “you should know the basic to get through” as it was stated in the interview last year.
Classes are provided but most of the question is from the math’s area. One of the graduates from last year’s said that “even those graduates who took MBBS, they failed to get through the entry examination.” Should we be worried that without the math for three years, do we have the chances to get through the entry examination?.
The registration for the National Graduate Orientation Program ( NGOP) by the Ministry of Labour and Humans Resources is underway till the 27of July 2014 and so far they have resgistered about 1,990 graduates .