KVPY Aptitude test – 2017. Admit card now available –
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The PRMO results (provisional) are announced below. Please click on the region to view the list of qualified candidates from the respective region.
KVPY Aptitude Test Results – 2016
The provisional list of students who have qualified in the Aptitude Test and eligible to be called for interview based on the performance in the KVPY Aptitude Test held on November 6, 2016 is published herewith. The cut off marks for different streams are as under:
- Stream SA – 50 marks out of 100
SA – SC/ST – 40 marks out of 100
SA – PWD (Person with disability) – 40 marks out of 100
- Stream SB – 48 marks out of 100
SB – SC/ST -34 marks out of 100
SB – PWD (Person with disability) – 34 marks out of 100
- Stream SX – 57 marks out of 100
SX – SC/ST – 40 marks out of 100
SX – PWD (Person with disability) – 40 marks out of 100
Results of the Aptitude Test held on 6th November 2016
The following students are short listed for the KVPY-2016 interviews subject to verification of details of the candidates. The interviews are likely to be held during January 15, 2017 – February 15, 2017. However, the students will be informed about their interview dates, time and venue shortly by email / KVPY website.
Please note that there is no re-evaluation possible for the ONLINE exam, as the score does not change by re-evaluation.
Please note that this is not the official result of RMO 2016; this is only for informing students about their scores, with a chance to apply for re-evaluation.
The official results will be declared by the first week of December.
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The minimum 70 % aggregate marks will be required at Std 10 to be eligible for this program. The program is day boarding and intensive self study based. Interested parents should contact us during working hours.
The Kishore Vaigyanik Protsahan Yojana (KVPY) is an on-going National Program of Fellowship in Basic Sciences, initiated and funded by the Department of Science and Technology, Government of India, to attract exceptionally highly motivated students for pursuing basic science courses and research career in science.
Selection of the students is made from those studying in XI standard to 1st year of any undergraduate Program in Basic Sciences namely B.Sc./B.S./B.Stat./B.Math./Int. M.Sc./M.S. in Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and Biology having aptitude for scientific research. Special groups / Committees are set up at IISc to screen the applications and conduct an aptitude test at various centres in the country. Based on the performance in the aptitude test, short-listed students are called for an interview which is the final stage of the selection procedure. For receiving a fellowship, both aptitude test and interview marks are considered.
Schedule of Examination and other details –
- Date of Online Examination – 6 Nov 2016
- The application fee – General Category/OBC: Rs. 1000 + For SC/ST/PWD: Rs. 500
- Last Date for closing of Online Application is – 30 August 2016
- Click here for ONLINE APPLICATION 2016 of KVPY
- PLEASE NOTE KVPY-2016 APTITUDE TEST WILL BE COMPLETELY ONLINE
- Previous Test Papers
- For Mock Computer Based Test of KVPY Aptitude Test – click below:
National Talent Search Scheme is a flagship activity of the NCERT started in the year 1963. The National Talent Search Examination (NTSE) is a national level scholarship program (Exam). It is organized by an official institution of India – NCERT. It is organized to identify Talent and nurturing them for the betterment of the nation. The qualified students (Indian Only) are facilitated by financial assistance by the institution whereas it is been provided in the form of a monthly scholarship for an entire academic career. The NTSE scholar is always recognized as an extra ordinary student because the NTSE is itself widely regarded as the most prestigious examination at high school level in India. The eligibility for the examination is class X appearing student.
Scholarships: On the basis of the National Talent Search Examination, 1000 scholarships will be awarded. The amount of scholarship will be as under:
(a) Scholarship of Rs.1250/- per month for Class-XI to XII.
(b) Scholarship of Rs.2000/- per month for Undergraduates and Post-graduates.
(c) Amount of Scholarship for Ph.D. is fixed in accordance with the UGC norms.
All the Best and Good Luck !
Cut-off of NTSE Stage 1 Exam(2014) is 114 Marks for General/OBC Category.
Dr Homi Bhabha Bal Vaidyanik Examination , MSTA accepts corrections in Answer Key of Std VI and IX
The tech schools have never before given out information on mothers of the candidates they picked. But this time, they have released data that shows most mums are at least graduates and largely homemakers. Of the 9,974 students who have gone on to join the IITs, the mothers of around 2,250 are postgraduates; another 3,200 are graduates (in all over 50%). As many as 6,690 of women in the sample are stay-at-home moms. Most are financially dependent with an annual income of less than Rs 1 lakh.
Here’s the complete details given by Times of India –
According to latest report of Times of India , Maharashtra has increased its dominance among the Indian Institutes of Technology. The state ranked third this year in terms of number of students it sends to the premier institutes–up one place from 2014 .
That’s awesome news and it will certainly boost the moral of the Maharashtrian students who are preparing meticulously for admissions in the Premier institutes like IITs
Here’s the complete analysis of the 2014-2015 IIT admissions trends by TOI………