Hyderabad: Unified Council, an organisation in testing & assessment, is now announcing the National Science Talent Search Examination 2018 (NSTSE). The exam is to be conducted on 04 February 2018 across the country.
The aim of NSTSE is to make our younger generation fundamentally stronger and more competitive. It is a challenging, high quality educational experience to a diverse group of students from class 2 to 12. It aims to provide a broad range of scientific, mathematical and analytical theories in an objective based testing process. Every participating student will receive a FREE Success Series Book, which covers memory techniques, effective learning, methodology, mnemonics, concentration techniques etc.
Well-known companies like Britannica Encyclopedia, Brain Mapping Academy and mapmystep.com are sponsoring prizes worth Rs 5 crores.
Unified Council is working towards helping schools, teachers, students and parents get an exact picture of the level of scholastic skills of the students from Classes 1 to 12 in subjects of Maths and Science. This is being achieved through our National Level Science Talent Search Examination (NSTSE) on the basis of extensive curriculum research, student achievement level analysis and definition of skill levels of Indian children across State, CBSE and ICSE boards.
Unified Council, one of India’s largest institutions of its kind, is formed by broadly educated intellectuals from different streams of education to promote knowledge and teaching of science and mathematics. It provides different educational programmes to students to realize their hidden potential in this highly competitive era.