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Atulya (STD 11th)‘
Atulya (STD 11th) ‘You are capable of more than you know. AIM HIGH. PERSIST FOR TWO YEARS. We will make you who you dream to be.’ Atulya is a two year programme for students of 11th. Success of a science stream students depends of how knowledgable he/she is. Knowledge depends on the institute the student graduate from. The institute a student get for his/her graduation depends on how well he/she performs in 12th board as well as Competitive exams like GUJCET, JEE MAIN & JEE ADVANCED based on syllabus of 11th & 12th. Atulya is designed to prepare to keep students one step ahead through out the two years which will ensure that he/she ends up in the best possible college of the country. Subject Covered: Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics Qurious Minds, ​2nd Floor, Sai Avenue, Amit Nagar Circle, Vadodara, Gujarat, India, 390018 phone: 7490039688 Email:
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National Talent Search Examination (NTSE) is an exam under NTS scheme to award scholarship to students studying at the Class X level. Scholarships are awarded up to Ph.D. in Sciences, Social Sciences, Humanities, Languages, Commerce, Vocational Studies and Fine arts. And up to second degree level for professional courses in medicines, engineering, technology, management and law. NTSE is a two-tier examination conducted in two stages. NTS stage-I is conducted by States and Union Territories whereas NCERT conducts stage-II examination. NTSE consists of Mental Ability Test (MAT) and Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) having multiple choice questions. Every year about 1000 scholarships are awarded. Eligibility Criteria All students studying in Class X in any recognized school is eligible to appear in Stage-I NTS exam. Additionally, State/UT can impose any eligibility criteria to appear in Stage-I. For stage-II, there is a quota for each State and Union Territory computed based on Student enrollment at secondary level. Students with Indian Nationality studying abroad need to secure 60% marks in previous examination to apply for NTS exam. Such students, if selected, need to appear for Stage-II NTSE directly. Exam Pattern There are 3 papers in both stages – 1. Mental Ability Test (MAT), 2. Language Test and 3. Scholastic Ability Test (SAT). Questions are in the form of multiple choices with negative marking deducting 1/3 marks. The tests are available in Asamiya, Bangla, English, Gujarati, Hindi, Kannada, Marathi, Malyalam, Odia, Punjabi, Tamil, Telugu and Urdu. However, language test is available in two languages – English & Hindi. Test No. of Questions Maximum Marks Time Mental Ability Test 50 50 45 minutes Language Test 50 50 45 minutes Scholastic Ability Test (SAT) 100 100 90 minutes Application Procedure 1.Candidates need to apply for NTSE Stage-I as per the advertisement or circular issued by the respective State/UT Government. 2.Applications and form fees need to be submitted to Liaison officer of State/UT as and when mentioned in the advertisement. 3.NCERT will send the examination details and roll numbers directly to the selected candidates through speed post. No separate application or fee is required NTSE Stage-II. 4.Students with Indian Nationality studying abroad need to apply through the Head of the Institution where they are presently studying. These applications need to be sent to Head Educational Survey Division, NCERT, Delhi – 16 with the attested copy of Class IX.
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