ATSE – AglaSem Talent Search Exam is a national level talent search cum scholarship exam. It started in 2019 to financially aid student in getting better education. The USP of ATSE is that it is centerless exam, which can be taken from anywhere. The exam is first of its kind and is monitored using Artificial Intelligence (AI). Know more about ATSE and look confidently towards a better future.
ATSE (AglaSem Talent Search Exam)
Only requirement to appear for ATSE is a computer / laptop with a webcam and internet connection. The students of all the boards that are recognised in India can appear for the scholarship test. The participants of the exam become eligible for scholarships, prizes and certificates on achieving minimum 50% marks in the exam.
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Are you Eligible to Participate in ATSE? – Know Here
THeer are very few conditions which the candidates need to fulfill to appear for national level talent search exam by AglaSem. Check the eligibility requirements below:
Class of study: Students in the following class can participate in the exam-
- Class 5
- Class 6
- Class 7
- Class 8
- Class 9
- Class 10
- Class 11
- Class 12
School Board: Students from any school affiliated to any board of education that is well recognised in India, can apply.
Citizenship of the student: A student must be an Indian national only.
Age criteria: There is no age criteria for the exam
How to Participate In ATSE 2020
To participate in ATSE 2020 candidates have to fill in an online application form. The application form is released on the official website. To understand the participation process check the image below:
Apart from that, Teachers, schools, coaching, or anyone who wishes to fill multiple applications for batches of students can fill the ATSE partner form.
ATSE – Class Wise Breakdown
ATSE can be taken by students who are in class 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12. However, ATSE will have questions from different subjects for each of the classes. The subjects for test for each class is as follows:
|5 to 10||Maths and Science|
|11||Science (Physics and Chemistry)|
|12||Science (Physics and Chemistry)|
How is ATSE Different from other Talent Search Exam
ATSE is very different from other talent search exams of the nation. This is in the following respects:
ATSE is completely online unlike any other talent search exam:
There is a difference between a computer based test and an online exam. To appear for a CBT candidates have to go to a center and take the test on the assigned system. Whereas, to appear for online exam, candidates need not go to any center. An online exam, can be taken from anywhere and from any system.
ATSE is AI monitored and thus, centerless exam:
All exams that are held in pen and paper mode or in CBT mode require the students to visit a nearby center to take the exam. Here the students are under the surveillance of an invigilator. In ATSE, however, students do not need to visit a center and can take tests from anywhere. They shall be monitored by an AI.
Syllabus of ATSE
The students have to follow their respective classe’s syllabus. Candidates have to follow syllabus by Search Results National Council Of Educational Research And Training (NCERT). Also the NCERT syllabus PDFs are given below for download:
|Class||Syllabus / Books to refer|
|5||Maths + Science / EVS|
|6||Maths + Science|
|7||Maths + Science|
|8||Maths + Science|
|9||Maths + Science|
|10||Maths + Science|
|11||Physics + Chemistry|
|12||Physics + Chemistry|
The Exam Pattern of ATSE
The exam pattern of ATSE is as follows:
- Duration: The total time to complete the exam is 1 hour
- Number of questions: The total question in the exam is 100
- Maximum marks: The full marks in the exam is 400
- Marking Scheme: For each correct answer students get +4.
- Negative Marking: For any wrong answer, -1 marks is deducted
- Language of question paper: The full paper of ATSE is in English language only
Who Are Eligible to Claim ATSE 2020 Scholarships
Mere participation in ATSE does not guarantee certificates and prizes. However, candidates who get 50% and above marks become eligible for the following:
- Medals, certificate of Certificate of Excellence and cash prize to topper from each class.
- Medals, Certificate of Excellence and cash prize to the 1st runner ups of each class.
- Medals, Certificate of Excellence and cash prize to the 2nd runner ups of each class.
- Certificate of Distinction and cash prize for candidates ranking between 4 to 50.
- Certificate of Participation for candidates ranking above 50 but scoring at least 50% marks in ATSE, that is 50 marks out of 100.
ATSE Scholarships and Awards
Students who qualify ATSE, are awarded with scholarship cash prize, certificate and medals. The details of the scholarships and prizes is given below:
|Rank (each class)||Cash Prize (in INR)||Medal||Certificate|
|1||50,000||Gold||Certificate of Excellence|
|2||20,000||Silver||Certificate of Excellence|
|3||10,000||Bronze||Certificate of Excellence|
|4-50||1,000||NA||Certificate of Distinction|
|50+||NA||NA||Certificate of Participation|
Claiming of the ATSE Prize and scholarships
After the exam is held, the result of ATSE is declared. The declaration of the result is also done online at atse.aglasem.com. Based on the results declared, the students who score 50% marks and more can claim their scholarships and prizes accordingly.
To claim the scholarships, medals and certificates candidates have to fill in the awards claim form.
- The award claim form shall ask for student’s bank account details. The scholarship money is transferred to this account only.
- Other prizes applicable that are the medals and certificates are sent to the address of the students that they provide.
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