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CALENDAR OF FOUNDATION LEVEL EXAM

Name of the Entrance Exams Tentative Month of Notification Tentative Month of Exam Eligibility Criteria Website
NTSE – National Talent Search Examination July-August Stage-I: November; Stage-II: May (next year) Class X studying students View More
NMMS – National Means-cum-Merit Scholarship Exam July-August November Class VIII View More
NSTSE-National level Science Talent Search Exam July-August November from Class II to X XI (PCM) | XI (PCB) XII (PCM) | XII (PCB) No exam for XI, XII PCMB group View More
JSTSE – Junior Science Talent Search Exam July-August January Students of Class IX who had scored min. 65% marks in class VIII View More
KVPY – Kishore Vaigyanik Protsahan Yojana Exam July November Students from class XI, XII View More
NSEJS – National Standard Examination in Junior Science July-August November Students of Class VIII, IX & X View More
NSEJS/M/P/C/B/A – National Standard Examination in Junior Science for Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology & Astronomy July-August November Students of Class VIII, IX & X View More
PRMO – Pre-Regional Mathematical Olympiad May-July August Students of Class VIII, IX, X and XI View More
RMO-Regional Mathematical Olympiad by CBSE, KVS, NVS etc. September October PRMO qualified students View More
NSO – National Science Olympiad July-August November Students from class I to XII View More
IMO – International Mathematics Olympiad July-August December Students from class I to XII View More
iOS-International Olympiad of Science Aug-Sept November-December from Class I to XII View More
iOM-International Olympiad of Mathematics Aug-Sept November-December Students from class I to XII View More
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NATIONAL MEANS-CUM-MERIT SCHOLARSHIP (NMMS) EXAM

Overview
It is organized by Ministry of Human Resource and Development, Government of India. It is a centrally sponsored scheme. Under this scheme scholarship is awarded to 1,00,000 students (at National level) selected at the end of class VIII. The objective of the scheme is to award scholarship to meritorious students belonging to economically weaker sections to encourage them to continue their studies till Class XII.

Exam Date : Generally in November

Eligibility Criteria

1. Must have scored 55% and above marks in Class VII examination and has been promoted to class VIII. There is 5% relaxation in marks for reserved category

2. Must be studying in Government, Local body and Private aided Schools only

3. Parental income from all sources should not exceed than Rs. 1, 50,000/- per annum

4. Parental Income Certificate issued by Govt. Employer in case the parents are Govt. Employees and affidavit attested from Magistrate/Notary in case the parents are in any private service / job has to be attached with the form

Exam Structure

1. The examination consists of two parts, namely
(a) Mental Ability Test (MAT) and
(b) Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) covering Science, Social Sciences and Mathematics of classes VII and VIII level.

2. Each test has 90 questions.

More Information

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Medical Entrance Exams: A Brief Outline

Most of the entrance tests for Medical Colleges in India are held in the months of April / May / June for the academic year commencing from July / August of the following year. Usually, the syllabus of the entrance test is based on the NCERT courses outline of class XI and XII. In most of the Entrance Tests; Physics, Chemistry, Botany and Zoology cover major sections. However, some specific entrance tests also include English Proficiency & Comprehension, Logical & Quantitative Reasoning, General Knowledge/ General Aptitude/ General Ability/ Mental Ability, Current Affairs, Kannada/ Hindi Language Test, Bible Test and Gandhian Ideologies, etc. The weightage of the aforementioned subjects vary from exam to exam. Single test is conducted for most of the entrance tests; while some specific tests are conducted in two-stages/ two-days.

Candidates seeking admission in AFMC for MBBS Course shall register online through NEET and in addition to registering with NEET they shall also have to register at www.afmc.nic.in. Candidates seeking admission under State Quota seats, Central Institutions, AFMC and other participating institutions etc. are also advised to be in touch with the concerned authority viz Medical Education Directorate of the State/ UT/ Institutions/ University/ AFMC.

The conduct of the entrance test, declaration of result and providing merit list to the Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS), New Delhi and participating State Governments/ Universities/ Institutions is the responsibility of the CBSE. The counseling for successful candidates under 15% All India Quota seats is conducted by the DGHS and the counseling for admission in seats under the control of other participating States/ Universities/ Institutions shall be conducted by their respective Authorities.
Pattern of some Entrance Exams:

NEET: The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) consists of total 180 objective type questions from Physics, Chemistry, Botany and Zoology. Each subject has 45 questions with 4 marks each, carrying a total 720 marks. There is also one fourth (1/4) negative marking for each wrong answer. Duration of test is 3 hrs.

AIIMS: In the entrance test of All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), 60 questions from each subject – Physics, Chemistry and Biology are asked along with 10 questions from General Knowledge, 10 questions from Aptitude & Logical Thinking. Out of 200 questions, 120 questions are based on MCQs, 60 questions based on Assertion-Reason type and 20 questions from GK and Aptitude & Logical Thinking. There are also one third (-1/3) negative marking for wrong answer. Duration of entrance exam is 3 ½ hrs. Since 2015 onward, the AIIMS entrance test is conducting online.
JIPMER: Jawaharlal Institute of Post graduate Medical Education and Research (JIPMER) for MBBS entrance exam will consists of 200 single response type Multiple Choice Questions in the subjects of Physics-60 Questions, Chemistry-60 Questions, Biology-60 Questions, Logic & Quantitative Reasoning-10 Questions and English & Comprehension-10 Questions. Each correct response shall be awarded 1 mark. ZERO mark will be given for the question NOT answered. There is NO negative marking for wrong answers. Duration of test is 2 ½ hrs. Single shift – Online mode of test.

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JUNIOR SCIENCE TALENT SEARCH EXAM (JSTSE)

Overview
Junior Science Talent Search Examination (JSTSE) is conducted by Science Branch of Directorate of Education, Delhi every year usually in the month of January for the students of recognized schools of Delhi. JSTSE is organized at state level and total 150 scholarships are offered to the shortlisted candidates.

Important Dates

Tentative Month of Notification July-August
Tentative Month of Level-1 Exam January

Eligibility Criteria

1. Any student of recognized school studying in Class IX in Govt./Govt. Aided /Public/KV/Navodaya/NDMC and must have secured 65% marks in class VIII.

2. SC/ST/PH students who have secured 65% marks in class VIII are eligible for the JSTSE.

Exam Structure

Subjects Paper No. of Questions Marks Time
General Knowledge Paper 1 50 50 50 minutes
General Science & Mathematics Paper 2 150 150 150 minutes

MORE INFORMATION

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KISHORE VAIGYANIK PROTSAHAN YOJANA (KVPY) Exa

Overview
The “Kishore Vaigyanik Protsahan Yojana” (KVPY) is a program started in 1999 by the Department of Science and Technology (DST), Government of India to encourage students of Basic Sciences to take up research careers in Science. The aim of the program is to identify and encourage talented and motivated students to pursue career in research. It is a national level exam.

Name of the Entrance Exams: Kishore Vaigyanik Protsahan Yojana (KVPY) Aptitude Test

Funded by: Department of Science and Technology (DST, Govt. of India)

Implemented by: Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Bangalore

Important Dates

1 Tentative Month of Notification: July-August

2 Tentative Month of KVPY Aptitude Test: First Sunday of November

Eligibility Criteria

Students from Class XI for stream SA | Students from Class XII for stream SX

Exam Structure

Subjects Part-I Part-II
Mathematics 15 questions – 1 mark each 5 questions – 2 marks each
Physics
Chemistry
Biology
  1. The question paper consists of two parts (both contain only multiple choice questions) for 100 marks. There will be four sections in Part I (each containing 15 questions) and four sections in Part II (each containing 5 questions).
  2. All questions are compulsory.
  3. In Part I – Each correct answer gets 1 mark and for each incorrect answer 0.25 mark will be deducted.
  4. In Part II – Each correct answer gets 2 marks and for each incorrect answer 0.50 mark will be deducted.

Rewards

During 1st to 3rd years of B.Sc./B.S./B.Stat./B.Math./Integrated M.Sc. /M.S.: Rs. 5000/- p.m. and Annual Contingency Grant of Rs. 20000/-

During M. Sc. / 4th to 5th years of Integrated M.Sc. /M.S.: Rs. 7000/- p.m. and Annual Contingency Grant of Rs. 28000/-

Dates and Pattern of Exams may be revised every year. Please visit the related website for latest update.

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[PRE-REGIONAL MATHEMATICAL OLYMPIAD-PRMO, RMO, INMO, IMOTC, IMO], [NATIONAL STANDARD EXAMINATIONS-NSES: (PHYSICS-NSEP; CHEMISTRY-NSEC; BIOLOGY-NSEB; ASTRONOMY-NSEA; JUNIOR SCIENCE-NSEJS), (INO), (OCSC), (PDT), (IO)]

Mathematical Olympiad Program in India

The Mathematical Olympiad Programmer in India, which leads to participation of Indian students in the International Mathematical Olympiad (IMO) is organized by the HomiBhabha Centre for Science Education (HBCSE) in collaboration with the National Board for Higher Mathematics (NBHM) of the Department of Atomic Energy (DAE), Government of India. The first stage of the Olympiad examination is conducted by IAPT, while the later stages are the responsibility of HBCSE. This programmer is one of the major initiatives undertaken by the NBHM. Its main purpose is to spot mathematical talent among pre-university students in the country. In order to select the students for International Olympiads the country has been divided into regions with a regional coordinator responsible for each region (details of which are available on the HBCSE website).
The Mathematical Olympiad program consists of six stages.
The Six Stages are

Stage 1: Pre Regional Mathematical Olympiad (PRMO)

Stage 2: Regional Mathematical Olympiad (RMO)

Stage 3: Indian National Mathematical Olympiad (INMO)

Stage 4: International Mathematical Olympiad Training Camp (IMOTC)

Stage 5: Pre-departure Training Camp for IMO

Stage 6: International Mathematical Olympiad (IMO)

Stage 1: Pre Regional Mathematical Olympiad (PRMO)

• PMRO is the first stage for IMO organized by IAPT.

• Test paper will contain 30 Questions.

• List of top 300 students who will be eligible for RMO from each region will be declared by mid September

• Details of Examination fees and other details are available on the IAPT Website: http://iapt.org.in/

• Eligibility: Not older than 19 years of age as on 1st August and, in addition, studying in Class XI and below

Stage 2: Regional Mathematical Olympiad (RMO)

• Three Hours Written Test with six problems

• Up to 30 students selected from each of the 25 regions for Stage 3 – INMO.

• Conducted by Regional Coordinators under the guidance of HBCSE.

• For EGMO participation up to five girls would be additionally selected apart from the regional quota of 30 students – independent of the number of girls who may be part of the general quota of 30 students.

• Results of all the RMOs are declared centrally by the HBCSE.

• Eligibility: Students who qualify PRMO

Stage 3: Indian National Mathematical Olympiad (INMO)

• Usually held on the third Sunday of January

• Four Hours Written Test

• Top 30 Students from the country are chosen in order of merit

• Next 45 Students who are in Class XI or lower are given INMO Certificate of Merit and are eligible to appear in INMO next year without going through the RMO, provided they are not in Class XII at the time of writing INMO.

• In addition to the top 30, up to five girl students will be chosen based on their performance in INMO for participation in EGMO

Eligibility: Students who are selected in RMO in the previous year and those holding a INMO Certificate of Merit

Stage 4: International Mathematical Olympiad Training Camp (IMOTC)

• Month long training camp in April-May at the Homi Bhabha Centre for Science Education (HBCSE), Mumbai for INMO Awardees and the girls selected for EGMO.

• INMO Awardees of previous years eligible for IMO and EGMO are also invited, provided they have satisfactorily gone through postal tuition throughout the year.

• On the basis of a number of selection tests through the Camp, a team of the best six students is selected from the combined pool of junior and senior batch participants.

• The junior students will receive INMO certificate and a prize in the form of books. The senior students will receive a prize in the form of books and cash.

Stage 5: Pre-departure Training Camp for IMO

• Final round of training and orientation for the selected six students for ten days prior to departure for IMO and EGMO.

Stage 6: International Mathematical Olympiad (IMO)

• Two written tests held on two consecutive days

• Each test consists of three problems

• Duration: Four and Half Hours

• Selection of team members for IMO will be subject to their fulfilling criteria such as age limit, medical fitness, parental consent and others as specified by the council

• Each selected student needs to have a valid Indian passport meeting the visa regulations of the host country.

Syllabus:

Pre-degree college mathematics – arithmetic of integers, geometry, quadratic equations and expressions, trigonometry, co-ordinate geometry, system of linear equations, permutations and combination, factorization of polynomial, inequalities, elementary combinatory, probability theory and number theory, finite series and complex numbers and elementary graph theory The syllabus does not include calculus and statistics. The major areas from which problems are given are algebra, combinatory, geometry and number theory. The syllabus is in a sense spread over Class XI to Class XII levels, but the problems under each topic involve high level of difficulty and sophistication. The difficulty level increases from RMO to INMO to IMO. Previous years Question papers available on the HBCSE website can provide a good idea of the types of question one can expect.

INMO Scholarship:

The INMO awardees who successfully complete IMOTC and who pursue B.Sc., or other courses as per the guidelines of the Board with mathematics as one of the principal subjects of study, are eligible to receive a scholarship of National Board of Higher Mathematics, which is at present Rs. 4,000 per month through the period of their undergraduate studies (subject to satisfactory progress). Enhance scholarship would be available for pursuing masters studies in Mathematics.

Science and Astronomy Olympiad Programs in India

HBCSE, which is the nodal agency for the Science Olympiad Program in the country conducts the program in close collaboration with Indian Association of Physics Teachers (IAPT), Association of Chemistry Teachers (ACT), and the Association of Teachers in Biological Sciences (ATBS). The first stage of the Olympiad examinations is conducted by IAPT, while the later stages are the responsibility of HBCSE.

The Science Olympiad program also follows 5 stages which are:

Stage I: National Standard Examinations (NSE)

Stage II: Indian National Olympiad (INO)

Stage III: Orientation cum Selection Camp (OCSC)

Stage IV: Pre-departure Training Camp (PDT)

Stage V: Participation in International Olympiad (IO)

Stage I: National Standard Examinations (NSE)

Stage I: National Standard Examinations (NSE)

Eligibility:

Programs Age Class Studying (in addition to Age)
*NSEP,NSEC,NSEB,NSEA Not Older than 19 years as on 1st July of appearing year Class XII or Lower as on Nov. 30 of appearing year
*NSEJS Not Older than 15 years as on 1st January of appearing year Only from Class X or Class IX as on Nov. 30 of appearing year

 

Syllabus:

Programs Syllabus
NSEP, NSEC, NSEB Upto and Including Class XII of CBSE
Upto and Including Class XII of CBSE Upto and Including Class XII of CBSE with greater emphasis on Physics, Mathematics and Elementary Astronomy
NSEJS Upto and Including Class XII of CBSE with equal emphasis to Biology, Chemistry, Physics and Mathematics
Examination Time Question Paper Language
NSEP 09:30 am to 11:30 am Multiple choice questions of the following types:
1. 3-mark questions, each with only one of the four options correct, and
2. 6-mark questions, each with one or more than one option correct. To get credit, all correct option(s) and no incorrect option(s) should be marked.
English, Hindi, Gujarati, Bangla
NSEC 12:30 pm to 02:30 pm 80 multiple choice questions, each with only one of the four options correct. English
NSEB 03:00 pm to 05:00 pm
NSEA 03:00 pm to 05:00 pm
NSEJS 03:00 pm to 05:00 pm

 

Exam Details:

Enrollment Process:

  1. This stage is conducted by The Indian Association of Physics Teachers (IAPT)
  2. Registration usually starts in the month of September.
  3. Check with Principal or Head of Department/Institution whether your school/college is a registered centre. If yes, all formalities can be completed in house.
  4. If one’s school/college isn’t a Registered NSE Centre, a student has to approach a nearby Registered NSE Centre for enrollment. The IAPT (Indian Association of Physics Teachers) website will provide all the relevant information pertaining to locating a Registered NSE Centre and the enrollment process.

Details of Enrollment Process, Syllabus, Exam Details, Examination Fees and other details are available on the IAPT website: http://iapt.org.in/

Stage II: Indian National Olympiad (INO)

This Stage II is organized by The Homi Bhabha Centre for Science Education (HBCSE). Organized in the Subjects of Astronomy, Biology, Chemistry, Physics (INAO, INBO, INChO, INPO). In order to appear in the Stage II exam a student has to satisfy some clauses pertaining to Stage I, for this follow website.

Stage III: Orientation cum Selection Camps (OCSC)

OCSC is conducted at HBCSE in Mumbai. Selection based on performance in INOs for a particular subject. The number of selections in a particular subject to be announced before the INO examinations.

Stage IV: Training of Indian Teams for International Olympiads at HBCSE

Selected teams undergo a rigorous training program at HBCSE in theory and experiments usually for one/two weeks or longer depending on the subject where special laboratories are set up at HBCSE for Astronomy and Observational Astronomy. Experts and Resource Persons from different fields are invited to the training camps.

Stage V: Participation in International Olympiad (IO)

The selected students are for each subject is teamed together with 2-3 Teacher Leaders to accompany them for the International Olympiads which are held in a new participating country every year either in the month of July or December each year.

Other Recognized Olympiads:

Some other recognized Olympiads in Science disciplines but participation in them is not directly organized by HBCSE are as –

  1. JMO – Junior Mathematics Olympiadhttp://kvsangathan.nic.in/GeneralDocuments
  2. JSO – Junior Science Olympiadhttp://kvsangathan.nic.in/GeneralDocuments
  3. GMO – CBSE Group Mathematical Olympiadhttp://cbseacademic.in/
  4. CTGO – CBSE-TERI GREEN Olympiad: http://www.teriin.org/olympiad
  5. National Mathematics Talent Contests (NMTC): Organised by “The Association of Mathematics Teachers of India.” https://www.amtionline.com/nmtc
  6. International Astronomy Olympiad – Junior (IAO – Junior): Participation is organized by the National Council of Science Museums (NCSM). http://ncsm.gov.in/
  7. International Earth Science Olympiad (IESO): Participation is organized by the Geological Society of India and one may consult their website for more information – www.geosocindia.org.
  8. International Olympiad in Informatics (IOI):Participation is organized by the Indian Association for Research in Computing Science and one may consult their website for more information – www.iarcs.org.in/inoi.
  9. Asian Pacific Mathematics Olympiad (APMO):https://cms.math.ca/Competitions/APMO/
  10. Asian Physics Olympiad (APhO): Participation is organized by IAPT.

http://www.iapt.org.in/index.php/exams/asian-physics-olympiad-apho.html The APMO, which started in 1989, is a contest specifically held for students in Asian countries and the countries in the rim of Pacific Ocean. A student can participate in APMO being in his/her own country. India has been participating in the APMO since 2015. The APMO is a one day event consisting of solving 5 problems in four and a half hours. The other rules and regulations for participating in APMO are much like the IMO.

  1. European Girls’ Mathematical Olympiad (EGMO): It is an international Mathematics Competition. https://www.egmo.org/

The EGMO, which started in 2012, is a platform which seeks to promote a career in Mathematics amongst girl students by challenging the brightest four pre university girl students from each participating country. The EGMO is a two day event with two written tests held on two consecutive days. Each test consists of three problems and the contest lasts for four and half hours on each day. India has been participating in the EGMO since 2015 and the selection process for EGMO is conjoined with that for the IMO (The International Mathematical Olympiad) which will be discussed later in this handbook

 

 

CALENDAR OF FOUNDATION LEVEL EXAM

Name of the Entrance Exams Tentative Month of Notification Tentative Month of Exam Eligibility Criteria Website
NTSE – National Talent Search Examination July-August Stage-I: November; Stage-II: May (next year) Class X studying students  
NMMS – National Means-cum-Merit Scholarship Exam July-August November Class VIII  
NSTSE-National level Science Talent Search Exam July-August November from Class II to X XI (PCM) | XI (PCB) XII (PCM) | XII (PCB) No exam for XI, XII PCMB group  
JSTSE – Junior Science Talent Search Exam July-August January Students of Class IX who had scored min. 65% marks in class VIII  
KVPY – Kishore Vaigyanik Protsahan Yojana Exam July November Students from class XI, XII  
NSEJS – National Standard Examination in Junior Science July-August November Students of Class VIII, IX & X  
NSEJS/M/P/C/B/A – National Standard Examination in Junior Science for Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology & Astronomy July-August November Students of Class VIII, IX & X  
PRMO – Pre-Regional Mathematical Olympiad May-July August Students of Class VIII, IX, X and XI  
RMO-Regional Mathematical Olympiad by CBSE, KVS, NVS etc. September October PRMO qualified students  
NSO – National Science Olympiad July-August November Students from class I to XII  
IMO – International Mathematics Olympiad July-August December Students from class I to XII  
iOS-International Olympiad of Science Aug-Sept November-December from Class I to XII  
iOM-International Olympiad of Mathematics Aug-Sept November-December Students from class I to XII  
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