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Complete guide to talent search examinations for school students in India

Just until about 10 years ago, NTSE or National Talent Search Examination, used to be the only prestigious and India wide talent exams for school going kids in India. Things are different now. There are 20+ talent search exams across subjects, classes and boards including NTSE, SSTSE, KVPY, NCO, NSO, RMO and more. SchoolCountry presents a complete guide on these talent search exams, when they are conducted, what the syllabus is, how to get the form, who is eligible to appear and what the exam date for each year is. 

The exams can be classified by subject matter

 

Below, you will find details about each of these talent search examinations for Indian school students.

 

NTSE or National Talent Search Examination:

NTSE is by far the most prestigious of all the talent search examinations conducted in India for school students. 

  • Syllabus and subjects: NCERT prescribed syllabus covering Science, Maths, Social science and mental ability. General awareness becomes an important factor during interview stages
  • Medium of examination: English and Hindi
  • Conducting body: SIERT
  • How to apply: Forms are available in schools or can be downloaded from the NCERT websites.
  • Exam date: Usually, 1st round of the written exam is conducted on 3rd Sunday of November every year.
  • Eligibility: Students of Class-8 in recognized schools can appear in the exam

You can read more about NTSE, how to prepare for NTSE and solve sample papers in our upcoming research articles.

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NCO or National Cyber Olympiad:

NCO is a newly started by hugely popular examination conducted by SOF on a national level.

  • Syllabus and subjects: It is an international level competition focussing on mental ability, logical and analytical reasoning in computers and IT.
  • Medium of examination: English
  • Conducting body: SOF or Science Olympiad Foundation
  • How to apply: Forms are available in schools and must be filled in the prescribed format and submitted back through schools
  • Exam date: Usually, 2nd week of September ever year. For academic year 2012, NCO, national cyber Olympiad will be conducted on 8th September2011.
  • Eligibility: Students of Class-2 to Class-12 in recognized schools are eligible to apply. Usually the schools have to register with SOF
  • Website: Sofworld

 

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NSO or National Science Olympiad:

NSO, as the name suggests is science focussed talent search examination conducted on a national level by SOF

  • Syllabus and subjects: It is an international level competition focussing on mental ability, logical and analytical reasoning in computers and IT.
  • Medium of examination: English
  • Conducting body: SOF or Science Olympiad Foundation
  • How to apply: Forms are available in schools and must be filled in the prescribed format and submitted back through schools
  • Exam date: Usually, 3rd week of November every year. For academic year 2012, NSO or National Science Olympiad will be conducted on 17th November 2011.
  • Eligibility: Students of Class-2 to Class-12 in recognized schools are eligible to apply. Usually the schools have to register with SOF
  • Website: Sofworld

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IMO or International Mathematics Olympiad:

IMO, as the name suggests is maths focussed talent search examination conducted by SFO on a pan India basis.

  • Syllabus and subjects: It is an international level competition focussing on enhancing creative thinking in Mathematics. The subject followed is common to CBSE, ICSE and IB boards of education
  • Medium of examination: English
  • Conducting body: SOF or Science Olympiad Foundation
  • How to apply: Forms are available in schools and must be filled in the prescribed format and submitted back through schools
  • Exam date: Usually, 2nd week of December every year. For academic year 2012, IMO or International Mathematics Olympiad will be conducted on 8th December 2011
  • Eligibility: Students of Class-2 to Class-12 in recognized schools are eligible to apply. Usually the schools have to register with SOF
  • Website: Sofworld

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IEO or International English Olympiad:

IEO is a one-of-a-kind English language testing exam in India. It is conducted by SFO on a pan India basis.

  • Syllabus and subjects: It is an international level competition focussing on enhancing creative thinking in English. The subject followed is common to CBSE, ICSE and IB boards of education
  • Medium of examination: English
  • Conducting body: SOF or Science Olympiad Foundation
  • How to apply: Forms are available in schools and must be filled in the prescribed format and submitted back through schools.
  • Exam date: Usually, 3rd week of January every year. For academic year 2012, IEO or International English Olympiad will be conducted on 19th January 2012
  • Eligibility: Students of Class-2 to Class-12 in recognized schools are eligible to apply. Usually the schools have to register with SOF
  • Website: Sofworld

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NSTSE or National Science Talent Search Examination:

As per UnifiedCouncil which conducts this exam, NSTSE is a diagnostic test that actually helps students improve. They will give detailed feedback based on their assessment of what and how much have students understood and thus help remove phobia of the subject

  • Syllabus and subjects: The subject followed is based on CBSE prescribed curriculum of Science
  • Medium of examination: English
  • Conducting body: Unified Council
  • How to apply: Forms are available in schools and must be filled in the prescribed format and submitted back through schools. It can also be downloaded from the website of Unified Council
  • Exam date: Usually, 1st week of December every year. For academic year 2012, NSTSE or National level Science Talent Search Examination will be conducted on 4th December 2011
  • Eligibility: Students of Class-2 to Class-12 in recognized schools are eligible to apply. Usually the schools have to register with Unified Council
  • Website: Unifiedcouncil

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UCO or Unified Cyber Olympiad:

As per UnifiedCouncil which conducts this exam, UCO is a diagnostic test that helps students improve their mental ability, logical reasoning and computer skills. They will give detailed feedback based on their assessment of what and how much have students understood and thus help remove phobia of the subject

  • Syllabus and subjects: The subject or exam content is more generic in nature and is suitable for CBSE, ICSE, IB boards
  • Medium of examination: English
  • Conducting body: Unified Council
  • How to apply: Forms are available in schools and must be filled in the prescribed format and submitted back through schools. It can also be downloaded from the website of Unified Council
  • Exam date: Usually, 2nd week of September every year. For academic year 2012, UCO or Unified Cyber Olympiad, will be conducted on 7th September 2011
  • Eligibility: Students of Class-3 to Class-12 in recognized schools are eligible to apply. Usually the schools have to register with Unified Council
  • Website: Unifiedcouncil

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SLSTSE or State Level Science Talent Search Examination:

In order to assess scientific talent and temperament in students and reward the distinguished students, Unified Council conducts SSTSE. It is similar in nature to NTSE. However currently it is only conducted in the state of Andhra Pradesh

  • Syllabus and subjects: The subject or exam content is focused on Science. No specific board is specified by the conducting authorities
  • Medium of examination: English
  • Conducting body: Unified Council
  • How to apply: Forms are available in schools and must be filled in the prescribed format and submitted back through schools. It can also be downloaded from the website of Unified Council
  • Exam date: Usually, 1st week of February every year. For academic year 2012, SSTSE or State level Science Talent Search Examination, will be conducted on 6th February 2012
  • Eligibility: Students of Class-4 to Class-10 in recognized schools are eligible to apply. Usually the schools have to register with Unified Council. Currently it is only conducted in state of Andhra Pradesh
  • Website: Unifiedcouncil

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SSTSE or State Science Talent Search Examination:

This is prestigious exam is conducted by Rajasthan State Government every year to identify and reward meritorious students and encourage education in the science. This is conducted at the state level, exclusively for students studying in Rajasthan. Click here to read more about SSTSE exam

  • Syllabus and subjects: The subject or exam content is focussed on Science. No specific board is specified
  • Medium of examination: English and Hindi
  • Conducting body: Rajasthan State’s education ministry
  • How to apply: Forms are available in schools and must be filled in the prescribed format and submitted back through schools
  • Exam date: Usually, 1st week of November every year. For academic year 2012, SSTSE or State Science Talent Search Examination’s dates have not been announced yet
  • Eligibility: Students of Class-10 in recognized schools are eligible to apply. Currently it is only conducted in state of Rajasthan
  • Website: Rajasthan SSTSE

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KVPY or Kishore Vaigyanic Protsahan Yojana:

This is an ongoing program conducted by the Department of Science and Technology, Government of India. The objective is to encourage students of basic Science, Engineering and Medicine to take up careers in research in these areas

  • Syllabus and subjects: The subject or exam content is focussed on Science. CBSE, ICSE board students will find the course content similar to their curriculum 
  • Medium of examination: English and Hindi
  • Conducting body: Department of Science and Technology, Government of Rajasthan
  • How to apply: Forms are available in schools and must be filled in the prescribed format and submitted back through schools. You can also download the form from the website of KVPY
  • Exam date: Usually, last week of October every year. For academic year 2012, KVPY or Kishore Vaigyanic Protsahan Yojana’s exam will be conducted on 30th October
  • Eligibility: Students of Class-11 and Class-12 in recognized schools are eligible to apply
  • How to prepare: You can read about preparation for KVPY interviews here
  • Website: KVPY

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NSEA or National Standard Examination in Astronomy:

NSEA is the first of the five stages of Astronomy Olympiad program. NSEA is jointly conducted by two very prestigious bodies namely IAPT or Indian Association of Physics Teachers and HBCSE or Homi Bhabha Centre for Science Education

  • Syllabus and subjects: The subject or exam content is focussed on Science and content is more aligned to CBSE prescribed curriculum
  • Medium of examination: English
  • Conducting body: Jointly conducted by IAPT or Indian Association of Physics Teachers and HBCSE or Homi Bhabha Centre for Science Education
  • How to apply: Forms are available in schools and must be filled in the prescribed format and submitted back through schools. You can also download the form from the website
  • Exam date: Usually, last week of November every year. For academic year 2012, NSEA or National Standard Examination in Astronomy will be conducted on 28th November 2011
  • Eligibility: All Indian students of Class-9-12 in recognized schools are eligible to apply
  • Website: IAPT and HBCSE

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NSEJS or National Standard Examination in Junior Science:

NSEJS is the first of the five stages of Junior Science Olympiad program. NSEJS is jointly conducted by two very prestigious bodies namely IAPT or Indian Association of Physics Teachers and HBCSE or Homi Bhabha Centre for Science Education

  • Syllabus and subjects: The subject or exam content is focussed on Science and content is generic in nature. So students across CBSE, IB, ICSE boards can easily appear for this exam
  • Medium of examination: English
  • Conducting body: Jointly conducted by IAPT or Indian Association of Physics Teachers and HBCSE or Homi Bhabha Centre for Science Education
  • How to apply: Forms are available in schools and must be filled in the prescribed format and submitted back through schools. You can also download the form from the website
  • Exam date: Usually, last week of November every year. For academic year 2012, NSEA or National Standard Examination in Astronomy will be conducted on 28th November 2011
  • Eligibility: All Indian students of Class-10 or lower and born after 1st January 1996 are eligible to apply
  • Website: IAPT and HBCSE

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NSEP or National Standard Examination in Physics:

NSEP is a very prestigious exam conducted for students of class 11 and class-12 by IAPT or Indian Association of Physics Teachers and HBCSE or Homi Bhabha Centre for Science Education. Successful students are given scholarships and are also invited for a training camp for International Physics Olympiad.

  • Syllabus and subjects: The subject or exam content is focussed on Physics and is more CBSE aligned. However, given the nature of exam, students of other boards can also appear without many issues
  • Medium of examination: English
  • Conducting body: Jointly conducted by IAPT or Indian Association of Physics Teachers and HBCSE or Homi Bhabha Centre for Science Education 
  • How to apply: Forms are available in schools and must be filled in the prescribed format and submitted back through schools. You can also download the form from the website
  • Exam date: Usually, last week of November every year. For academic year 2012, NSEP or National Standard Examination in Physics’ dates have not be announced
  • Eligibility: All Indian students of Class-11 or Class-12
  • Website: IAPT and HBCSE

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NSEC or National Standard Examination in Chemistry:

NSEC is a very prestigious exam conducted for students of class 11 and class-12 by IAPT or Indian Association of Physics Teachers, Association of Chemistry Teachers and HBCSE or Homi Bhabha Centre for Science Education. This is first of the five stage examination in Chemistry, culminating in participation in International Chemistry Olympiad or IChO. 

  • Syllabus and subjects: The subject or exam content is focussed on Chemistry and is more CBSE aligned. However, given the nature of exam, students of other boards can also appear without many issues
  • Medium of examination: English
  • Conducting body: Jointly conducted by IAPT or Indian Association of Physics Teachers and HBCSE or Homi Bhabha Centre for Science Education 
  • How to apply: Forms are available in schools and must be filled in the prescribed format and submitted back through schools. You can also download the form from the website
  • Exam date: Usually, last week of November every year. For academic year 2012, NSEP or National Standard Examination in Chemistry will be conducted on 28th November 2011
  • Eligibility: All Indian students of Class-11 or Class-12
  • Website: IAPT and HBCSE

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NSEB or National Standard Examination in Biology:

NSEB is a very prestigious exam conducted for students of class 11 and class-12 by IAPT or Indian Association of Physics Teachers, Association of Biology Teachers and HBCSE or Homi Bhabha Centre for Science Education 

  • Syllabus and subjects: The subject or exam content is focussed on Biology and is more CBSE aligned. However, given the nature of exam, students of other boards can also appear without many issues
  • Medium of examination: English
  • Conducting body: Jointly conducted by IAPT or Indian Association of Physics Teachers and HBCSE or Homi Bhabha Centre for Science Education 
  • How to apply: Forms are available in schools and must be filled in the prescribed format and submitted back through schools. You can also download the form from the website
  • Exam date: Usually, last week of November every year. For academic year 2012, NSEP or National Standard Examination in Biology will be conducted on 28th November 2011
  • Eligibility: All Indian students of Class-11 or Class-12
  • Website: IAPT and HBCSE

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RMO or Regional Mathematics Olympiad:

RMO is a very prestigious exam conducted for students of class 11 and class-12 by IAPT or Indian Association of Physics Teachers and HBCSE or Homi Bhabha Centre for Science Education 

  • Syllabus and subjects: The subject or exam content is focussed on Maths and is more CBSE aligned. However, given the nature of exam, students of other boards can also appear without many issues
  • Medium of examination: English
  • Conducting body: Jointly conducted by IAPT or Indian Association of Physics Teachers and HBCSE or Homi Bhabha Centre for Science Education 
  • How to apply: Forms are available in schools and must be filled in the prescribed format and submitted back through schools. You can also download the form from the website
  • Exam date: Usually, first week of December every year. For academic year 2012, RMO or Regional Mathematics Olypiad will be conducted on 4th December 2011
  • Eligibility: All Indian students of Class-11 or Class-12
  • Website: IAPT and HBCSE

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IIO or International Information Olympiad:

IIO is conducted every year in the month of September - October to test competence and proficiency in the field of computer science. It is held annually at national and international level 

  • Syllabus and subjects: The subject or exam content is focussed on CBSE, ICSE and State Board syllabus
  • Medium of examination: English
  • Conducting body: CLF or Computer Literacy  Foundation 
  • How to apply: Forms are available in schools and must be filled in the prescribed format and submitted back through schools. You can also download the form from the website
  • Exam date: Usually, the exam is held in the month of September or October every year. For academic year 2012, IIO or International Information Olympiad’s dates have not been announced yet
  • Eligibility: All Indian students of Class-1 or Class-12
  • Website: Silverzone

 

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IOM or International Olympiad in Mathematics:

IOM is conducted every year in the month of November-December to test competence and proficiency in the field of Maths. It is held annually at national and international level 

  • Syllabus and subjects: The subject or exam content is focussed on CBSE, ICSE and State Board syllabus
  • Medium of examination: English
  • Conducting body: MOF or Mathematics Olympiad Foundation 
  • How to apply: Forms are available in schools and must be filled in the prescribed format and submitted back through schools. You can also download the form from the website
  • Exam date: Usually, the exam is held in the month of November or December every year. For academic year 2012, IOM or International Olympiad in Mathematics’ dates have not been announced yet
  • Eligibility: All Indian students of Class-1 or Class-12
  • Website: Silverzone

 

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IOS or International Olympiad in Science:

IOS is conducted every year in the month of December to test competence and proficiency in the field of Science. It is held annually at national and international level 

  • Syllabus and subjects: The subject or exam content is focused on CBSE, ICSE and State Board syllabus
  • Medium of examination: English
  • Conducting body: SSE or Society for Science Education 
  • How to apply: Forms are available in schools and must be filled in the prescribed format and submitted back through schools. You can also download the form from the website
  • Exam date: Usually, the exam is held in the month of December every year. For academic year 2012, IOS or International Olympiad in Science’s dates have not been announced yet
  • Eligibility: All Indian students of Class-1 or Class-12
  • Website: Silverzone

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IOEL or International Olympiad of English Language:

IOEL is conducted every year in the month of December-January to test competence and proficiency in the field of English. It is held annually at national and international level 

  • Syllabus and subjects: The subject or exam content is focused on CBSE, ICSE and State Board syllabus
  • Medium of examination: English
  • Conducting body: CLF or Computer Literacy Foundation How to apply: Forms are available in schools and must be filled in the prescribed format and submitted back through schools. You can also download the form from the website
  • Exam date: Usually, the exam is held in the month of December-January every year. For academic year 2012, IOEL or International Olympiad of English Language’s dates have not been announced yet
  • Eligibility: All Indian students of Class-1 or Class-12
  • Website: Silverzone

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ZIO or Zonal Information Olympiad:

ZIO is a nationwide computing contest organized annually by IARCS in coordination with CBSE. The goal is to identify school students with outstanding skills in algorithms and computing. The finalists represent India at International Olympiad for Informatics (IOI). IOI is one of the 6 science Olympiads held annually at international level 

  • Syllabus and subjects: The subject or exam content is focussed on CBSE 
  • Medium of examination: English
  • Conducting body: IARCS or Indian Association for Research in Computing Science 
  • How to apply: Forms are available in schools and must be filled in the prescribed format and submitted back through schools. You can also download the form from the websiteExam date: Usually, the exam is held in the month of November-December every year. For academic year 2012, ZIO or Zonal Information Olympiad’s dates have not been announced yet
  • Eligibility: All Indian students of Class-8 to Class-12
  • Website: IARCS

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Over and above these 20 odd exams, there are several other state and city specific talent search examinations and other scholarships and awards. These are organized by schools, corporates, training institutes and the likes. At some point, one begins to wonder is this rush for talent search exam getting too much? Are we over burdening our kids? Next up, we will share our views on the same. 

Comments (48) -

Bharti said:

I think parents can have a consolidated information on all ongoing competitive exams from one source from this site.
So many of these competitive exams are organised these days this site will definately be very useful to all. I hope you will also be able to guide us on how one can prepare for these competetions.
I will be eagerly awaiting your next updates.

admin said:

Thank you Bharti. I think you should read our article on NTSE exam preparation. You might find it useful. I am copying the link below.

www.schoolcountry.com/.../...cholar-guide-you.aspx

Gaurav said:

Good article. I think you have given a good and through list of these talent search exams. I had no clue that the number has gone up to 20. I used to think it was just NTSE.

prajval said:

can you tell me some more info about sstsc that it is only for the students who are studing in rajasthan or it is for all the states.

admin said:

Hello Prajval

Apologies for the delayed response. SSTSE is for the students with domicile in Rajasthan only.

There are a lot of other scholarship and talent search exams conducted on a national and local level. You can know more about those in the articles below.

20+ talent search exams in India
www.schoolcountry.com/.../...tudents-in-India.aspx

10 scholarships for school students
www.schoolcountry.com/.../...tudents-in-India.aspx

You can get more information about latest updates in such exams by following us on facebook. Just click the like button above.

Let me know if I can be of any further help.

Sunandan

saurabh said:

It's a very informative article for aspiring students. Keep the good work...................

Pras said:

I don't have words to express my sincere thanks to such a wondefull information. Wholeheartedly thanks for such information. No matter what the best the parents can utilise out of this but to my knowledge getting this information in one go is very information once agaion thanks and my humble request my son is 4 years old and is in jr. kg if you can give links for any thing which might be usefull to him now or in future i would request you to mail to me the same.
Informative collection and thanks for sharing to all the iNDIAN PARENTS.

nilesh mishra said:

it's a vary intresting comment  i like that and follow this

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hesi exam said:

So informative site! Big thanks! Thanks for a great time visiting your site. It's really a pleasure knowing a site like this packed with great information. Thank you!

Rajaram shinde said:

Very very thanks to keep informative with right information at right time. because i aware at village level student & parents lack in information & miss to understand hide talent in there children its make difficult to select field which they interested and have  in - born supported talent.thanks a lot and keep update with all comparative exams. pl send test mail so i will revert back with my queries.  

lakshmi said:

Dear Admin,

My son is studying in II std. in Chennai.  Through his school he participated in Wordsworth's International Spelling, chennai. He cleared his school level as well as district level in category I. Further we could not take him to the center for state level as we were informed at the last minute. Secondly they are charging some amount at every level for registration and for a preparatory booklet ( which I found that a child has to mug up)

My query to you is how will we recognise which competitions are eligible for  our kids? Has CBSE set some norms for such private institution.?

Atanu Dey said:

I have got lot of informations on today's competitive world from this web site. My son is in class III of a reputed institution. All the competitive exams for Grade 3 are through schools only as I can see and this is totally school's discretion whom to send or not for the competition. Is there competitive exams for grade 3 where students can appear for the exam independently ( without the interference of school )?

ayush said:

Classssss  
Especiously for the parents like me living  in remote areas,having  scollar child but myself even dont  know what  olimpiad is

Ghurku said:

I am also interested.

ujjawal surana said:

i want to appear how to proceed?

Jothilakshmi said:

It is very useful link , for the students in remote area.But Most of the exams have to be apply through school , if the school does not show interest on such exams, Is there any way to apply in person by student or parent.

hemalatha said:

maths is a spectacular subject were wefind lots of problems and solutions.

manjinder singh mand said:

it is very good

saijayanth said:

this information was nice but there is no chance of aplplying here it self our school was conducting only some of the above exams but i am interseted in participating all the exams hope so there is an such website where we can apply there it self so if there is a website pls notify me

Dr. Anamika Parashar said:

Sir ,
This is a humble request to keep updating us in the same way.
Thanks and Regards,
Dr. Anamika Parashar,
PGT(Bioloy),
Maheshwari Public Scfhool,
Vijay path, Tilak nagar,
Jaipur (Rjajasthan)

vishal said:

thnku 4 updating about all these xamz...i m in class 11 nd want 2 prepare 4 kvpy....plzz help me so as wat to do !

swati said:

i would like to take part in such exams

swati said:

i would like to take part in such exams.

N.M.Prasad said:

My son a student of class ix wil be giving ICSE in 2014 what are the options available for him in the yr 2012-13 ( class ix ) and yr 2013-14 (class x).
Kindly guide me.

Maqbulhusen Saiyed said:

First let me thank you for sharing such a valuable information on internet where a lay man like me can have right approach to build career for his children. I saw articles about different competitive exams. Can you please further elaborate about advantage of each exams for students, what it yields and how this exam can take them further for career building?

Srividhya said:

Good information. With so many exams , its quite difficult for parents to know what is happening. As children we never used to write too many exams. Its good at least we come to know what is happening. THanks

navdeep said:

its really fantansic this is really Nice way to search the talent by conducting these type of examination life national talent school examination, olympiads etc.. Its just outstanding

vipul bajaj said:

very nice information . i am in class 9 and i want exams which i can give now that is in jan,feb and so on

Shailendra Kumar said:

I realy thanks for good information. I think parents can have a consolidated information on all ongoing competitive exams from one source from this site.
So many of these competitive exams are organised these days this site will definately be very useful to all.If you will provide books name for  prepaation of these competetions I will thankful to you. My children  studing in class 5 and class 3 at time. I will be eagerly awaiting for next updates.

hitesh monga said:

My nso,imo,nco international rank is 12,41,9 (all in same order)and i have been selected in nso,nco,imo 's 2nd stage SO please send me some sample paper

Luna Biswas said:

Thank for the information.

Smruti said:

Hi,Let me first Thank U for every thing that u shared,such a valuable thing for all Indian Parents like me .Before seeing your information i think i was in dark.I have 6 years old boy named Agnish but till now i was in woods .Again Thank U Very Much.

Dr. D. Palui, WBFS said:

This is very much informative. My child is studing in Class-I (ICSE). Shall I apply for the eligible exam. individualy for my child through proper channel? How can I get form and syllabus for that? As a new user, your cooperation is solicited.

NITIN said:

I am VII class student....

I like to admission in sainik school but i am overage now so plz tell me which other schools i can get admission which is also like sainik school.

My date of Birth is 21/8/1999
Thanks
NITIN

Rekha said:

hi,
my daughter is studying 1st class now, she want to go for IOM exam. Can any one help me by letting me know how to prepare for the test and what will be the syllabus and when will be the exam etc.,

dibyo said:

Which among the competitive exams for class 6 (CBSE)allow individual participation?

Jeevan said:

You forgot to mention about National Genius Search Examination! Visit www.ngsfindia.org

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aamir ahmad said:

the form for ios is not available in my school. it is mentioned that i can download it online from the website but the forms are not available in the websites. please help me and provide me a solution for downloading the form

Chanchal Sen said:

Dear Admin,

My son is studying in class II std. in St,Xavier's School, Burdwan, WestBengal.My son would like to take part in such exams.So,if possible to know  all about your exams in time to time , I will be great full to you.  

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