info@afternoonnews.in +91 98940 - 95096

Today Date : Wednesday, February 21, 2024

Dates for BYJU’s talent hunt exam announced

Dates for BYJU’s talent hunt exam announced

Aakash BYJU’s has launched its 14th edition of national scholarship exam Aakash National Talent Hunt Exam (ANTHE) 2023 recently. The examination is scheduled to take place between October 7 and 15 both in online and offline modes. It is for students in classes between VII and XII.

The online exam would be held between 10 am and 9 pm on all exam days while offline exam would be conducted on October 8 and 15 in two shifts – one between 10:30 am and 11:30 am, and another at 4 pm to 5 pm – at the 315 BJIYU’s centres across the country. It is an hour-long test for a total of 90 marks. It contains 40 multiple-choice questions.

The last date for submitting the enrolment form is three days before the commencement of the online exam and seven days before the offline exam. While the exam fee is Rs 100 for offline mode, it is free for online mode.

Results would be declared on October 27 for class X, November 3 for classes VII to IX and November 8 for classes XI and XII through their website.

The institution would be selecting upto 700 students to cash awards and to offer upto 100% scholarships to take up preparatory courses for examinations including NEET and JEE. More than 100 students would be taken on a five-day all-expenses paid trip to a national science expedition.

It was launched by deputy director Gudey Sanjay Gandhi in the presence of PR head Varun Soni, branch head P Gopinath, area business head TS Ramki, assistant director Sreenivasa Reddy and band branch head Senthil Kumar.  

Gandhi said, “ANTHE has been the catalyst in fulfilling the aspirations of lakhs of students by bridging the gap between dreams and capabilities. Since its inception in 2010, we have strived to extend our coaching opportunities to deserving students nationwide, breaking barriers of location. It opens doors for students to prepare for NEET and IIT-JEE exams at their own pace, wherever they may be. We anticipate strong enrollment for the exam and remain steadfast in our mission of propelling students closer to a promising future.”