The All India competitive scholarship examination NTSE was held in May 2012. The students who have qualified will receive a scholarship worth Rs 6000 per year. And more than that, it is a matter of pride to be national scholars. AglaSem heartily congratulates them all and wish them all the best in future endeavors.
Chandigarh is rejoicing as Deepakarman Singh Pal, Sukirat Bhatia and Naman Verma from Sacred Heart Convent Senior Secondary School in Sarabha Nagar and Aakriti Chowdhary from DAV Public School in BRS Nagar cleared the NTSE. Four students from the same city calls for celebrations. Deepkarman scored 166 / 200 and topped. He says that he had prepared really well in advance and credits his mother for motivating him throughout.
Naman Verma with AIR 268 aspires to be an aeronautical engineer. Akriti (AIR 157) says that more than the scholarship amount, the prestigious value of clearing the exam matters more to her. Both of them are grateful that their parents had been very encouraging and supportive.
In Mangalore, Shishirdeep and Manoj of Delhi Public School, Pradyumna B and Karan Gupta of Kendriya Vidyalaya, Panambur, Shashank P of Sharada Vidyalaya, and Madhu Nayak of St Theresa’s School, Bendore, made their city proud.
This is the last time students of eight class appeared in NTSE. Next year onwards, NTSE will be conducted for class X students only.