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There should be an equal right to knowledge for all and the First Guide Academy believes in the principle. We always seek students with great potential who want to excel in the academics. We are trying to lessen the financial obstacles in the path of deserving students. A unique scholarship programme is designed for the benefits of the students who want to excel by merit.
Every student enrolling in a course at the FGA and meets the eligibility criteria is eligible for the scholarship and a fee waiver ranging from 5 to 100% of the course fees. Till now, a lot of students have been the beneficiaries of this fee waiver scheme.
Common Entrance Test or CET is the gateway for admissions to various professional colleges situated within the country. A student who wants to pursue a professional degree course in medicine, dental, engineering, architecture, etc., must enroll himself / herself for a recognized CET. However, only Class XII students who have achieved requisite scores in mandatory subjects can register and appear for the test. These highly competitive exams are open to all eligible domiciles of a particular state or the nation. The tests are conducted under the aegis of a state or the Central Government. If a competing student successfully qualifies the Common Entrance Test, then he is granted admission to first year/ semester of the respective course.
A professional college in the country can admit only those students who have succeeded in the test. Institutes affiliated to state universities can admit candidates selected through CET. There are multiple options that a student can vie for after clearing Class XII exam, but every institute can admit only restricted number of students. Consequently, competition level of these entrance exams is set high, so only the deserving candidates are selected.
You can opt for: 1. Classroom coaching 2. Tablet Learning 3. Classroom + Tablet learning The fees for each mode vary. You can contact us at our helpline number for any fee related query on +91-9611111362
1) K-CET 2) IIT-JEE (Foundation, Mains and Advanced) 3) NTSE 4) NEET 5) AIIMS 6) KVPY 7) CA CPT 8) CS CPT 9) BITSAT 10) Olympiad
Kishore Vaigyanik Protsahan Yojana (KVPY) is a scholarship program funded by the Department of Science and Technology, Government of India. Started in 1999, KVPY is an on-going National Program of Fellowship in Basic Sciences that offers scholarship and contingency grants up to the Pre-PH. D level to selected students. KVPY is administered by the Indian Institute of Science (IISc) to attract exceptionally highly motivated students for pursuing basic science courses and research career in science
National Talent Search Examination (NTSE) is a national-level scholarship program in India to identify and recognize students with high intellect and academic talent. It is one of the most prestigious exams in India. Close to 50,00,000 students (a largely self selective group of students) appear in this scholarship exam every year, and 1000 scholarships are awarded, out of which 775 are not reserved . The scholarships under the present scheme are awarded to the candidates for pursuing courses in sciences and social sciences up to doctoral level and in professional courses like medicine and engineering up to second-degree level subject to the fulfilment of the conditions provided in the official brochure.
This is an all India level CET, conducted by CBSE to grant admission in the engineering or technical institutes like IIT’s and IIST.
It is an entrance test conducted by Birla Institute of Technology and Science for admission to various engineering streams.
All Class XII science stream students are eligible to sit for the national level medical entrance exam conducted by All India Institute of Medical Sciences.
Karnataka CET– This is an entrance test that grants admission to deserving students in various professional degree colleges in the state of Karnataka. This is a list of the most prominent common entrance tests conducted all over the country. The students who desire to qualify for any of the mentioned tests have to fulfill the eligibility criteria laid by the institutes. The fee structure of the courses varies from place to place. By all means, CET aims to provide a fair chance to every worthy student and thus lakhs of students sit for the tests each year. Even stringent competition does not dissuade students from appearing for the tests, as it holds the key to their dreams of becoming a part of a premier institutes.
The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test or the NEET-UG is an entrance examination for students who wish to apply for graduate medical courses like MBBS, dental courses like BDS or postgraduate courses like MD/MS in government or private colleges in India. The NEET Application form can be found online and the entire process for NEET is online too. Participants are required to apply for NEET UG through the official NEET website. NEET 2018 applications will start somewhere during the month of December, 2017.
The governing body of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India conducts the Common Proficiency Test. The student who clears three levels of the test can work as an independent Chartered Accountant or Company Secrtary in future.
Olympiads are exams conducted by private/public organizations that take place at school level syllabi. Participation of schools enable participation of students in Olympiad exams. These exams can be based on a variety of subjects – Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, English, and Computer Science, etc. The various Olympiad examinations available for Indian schools are as follows: 1. National Talent Search Examination NTSE, as it is abbreviated, is available to class 10th students. It is taken in two stages: Stage 1 selection is done by states/union territories through a written examination on Mental Ability and Scholastic Aptitude (on school syllabus). There is an allotted quota for the states and UTs to recommend candidates for Stage 2. Stage 2 examination is conducted at national level by NCERT again on MAT and SAT. Analytical thinking forms a major part of NTSE. Topics of Science and Mathematics are tested with about 15% questions being based on advanced level applications that are of SAT level. Social studies is straight forward in Stage 1 but in Stage 2 general Social studies knowledge is tested. It is recommended to stick to your regional board for Stage 1 and an added CBSE in Stage 2 as extra knowledge is required to ace it. Rewards for clearing both stages gives you the benefits of Rs. 500 per month and the title of an NTSE scholar. 2. Indian National Olympiadsv Tests students in four subjects – Junior Science (Class IX and X), Physics, Chemistry and Astronomy (Class XI and XII) by the Homi Bhabha Centre for Science Education held in January/February every year. In order to appear in National level (INPhO, INChO, INAO, INJSO) the students must qualify the National Standard Examination level (NSEP, NSEC, NSEA, NSEJS). The top 1% students are selected for National Level. A total of 30 students is selected from these to attend the Orientation cum Selection camp (OCSC), held at HBCSE, Mumbai. The team for the International Olympiads are selected to represent India based on a rigorous procedure of theory and practical examinations at the centre. From the preparation aspect, the first round of examinations are of JEE Main type difficulty, meaning- good reasoning and conceptual knowledge can help you clear it. The second round, however, is extremely difficult and it tests both theory and practical understandin of the student. The syllabus for the second level is advanced UG level, so one can figure the vigorous testing being done through the Indian National Olympiads. Some universities and institutes like the Chennai Mathematical Institute directly admit students who have attended these camps. 3. Kishore Vaigyanik Protsahan Yojana KVPY is a scholarship program funded by the Department of Science and Technology, Government of India. The aim of this fellowship is to encourage research careers in students in the fields of basic sciences. The selection process is based on two aspects – Aptitude Test (75%) and Interviews (25%). The selection rate is very low with about 1200 students receiving fellowship out of one lakh who appear. The students who qualify for the fellowship are rewarded with Rs. 5000 monthly allowance which they will get if they choose to pursue B.Sc/B.S./B.Maths/B.Stat for their under graduation. After 3 years this fellowship increases to 7000 per month.The exam can be taken in Class 11 (SA stream) and Class 12 (SX stream). Students can choose to attend any three of 4 subjects(Physics, Chemuistry, Mathematics, Biology) in part 1 and any two of the said in part 2. One should expect JEE Advanced level questions to appear and since there are negative marks there is no room for error. The interviews will test you extensively deliberating on your interest to do research, if any. It is an added perk to take an attempted project of yours to impress the interviewers. 4. SilverZone Examinations Probably the easiest of all the examinations listed, SilverZone is a private organization that owns the Science Olympiad Foundation and conducts exams of NSO, iOM, Information Technology Olympiad and IEO (English). The normal school syllabus would do to crack these exams. 5. Regional Mathematics Olympiad The highest difficulty Olympiad for Mathematics presently available. Those who clear RMO can sit for the Indian National Mathematical Olympiad which is also conducted by the Homi Bhabha Research center. Each region’s exam will be prepared locally and this happens in 1 st Sunday of December every year. Usually the test is for 3 hours with 6 to 7 problems. The second round takes place in the first Sunday of February. The INMO is a 4 hour exam which is tested centrally. The exam is of very high difficulty and the top 30-35 performers receive a merit certificate. The merit performers are trained for the International Level Olympiad to represent the country. The above Olympiads are additional to academics and would prove to be excellent additions to the student’s career. Since the exams are taken over a wide region, they give a feel of what competitive exams are and will certainly boost the students’ morale for their later walks of life during UG admission.