Foundation Course

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ANALYSIS FOR PRE-NURTURE (FOUNDATION COURSE)

RISE - 1 (for class V111)

RISE - 2 (for class 1X)

RISE - 3 (for class X)

OBJECTIVE

Interning students for various Govt. Olympiads: NTSE, JSO, NSEP / B / C / A, RMO, NMTC which will add an asset to their profile and help them to conquer their goals. Skill enhancement to compete various competitions like NSTSE, NSO, IMO, ANCQ and various activities like conferences, seminar at different national and international levels. Building strong foundation by continuous and comprehensive training which leads to excellent performances of students at school level studies.

Course Duration

1 Years

1 Year

1 Year

Subject covered

MATHS / SCIENCE (PHY/CHEM/BIO)/SST

MATHS / SCIENCE (PHY/CHEM/BIO)/SST

MATHS / SCIENCE (PHY/CHEM/BIO)/SST

Examination

NSEJS,  CBSC-TERI Green Olympiad, NMMS,NSO, IMO, NCO, UCO

HBCSE, NSEJS, GMO, CBSC-TERI Green Olympiad, JSTS, TECHNOTHLON, NSO, IMO, NCO, UCO

NTSE,HBCSE, NSEJS, JMO, JSO, GMO, CBSC-TERI Green Olympiad, TECHNOTHLON, NSO, IMO, NCO, UCO

Batch Starting From

1ST WEEK OF APRIL

2ND WEEK OF APRIL

2ND WEEK OF JUNE

Eligibility Criteria

V11 Studying

V111 Studying

1X Studying

Frequency of Class

4 Days / Week

4 Days / Week

4 Days / Week

Days of Class

Wednesday / Saturday / Sunday

Wednesday / Saturday / Sunday

Wednesday / Saturday / Sunday

Teaching Hours/Day

4:00 PM to 7:45 PM

4:00 PM to 7:45 PM

4:00 PM to 7:45 PM

Test Schedule

         Weekly/Monthly           Pre-quarterly/Quarterly

         Weekly/Monthly              Pre-quarterly/Quarterly

         Weekly/Monthly           Pre-quarterly/Quarterly

Subject taught per day

2 Subject / Day

2 Subject / Day

2 Subject / Day

Doubt Class

Daily 30 minutes each subject (Alternatively)

Daily 30 minutes each subject (Alternatively)

Daily 30 minutes each subject (Alternatively)

Admission Process

Direct on behalf of Mark sheet / Scholarship Test

Direct on behalf of Mark sheet / Scholarship Test

Direct on behalf of Mark sheet / Scholarship Test

Medium of Class

English

English

English

Pattern of Various Competition Examinations (NTSE, HBCSE, NSEJS)

National Talent Search Examination (NTSE)

The NTSE consists of two tests; Mental Ability Test (MAT) andScholastic Aptitude Test (SAT). Both the sections consist of multiple choice questions and each question has four alternatives. From these four alternatives you need to select one correct answer. Each correct answer will get you one mark.  Mental Ability Test (MAT) - 50 MCQs (45 minutes), Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) [ Language Test - 50MCQs (45 minutes) + Science, Mathematics & Social Science - 100 MCQs (90 minutes) [Note:- NCERT have all Rights Reserved to change the pattern, syllabus of examination. So, we request you to kindly cheque the website www.ncert.nic.in for all updates and we are not responsible for any change at any time.

For NTS National Level Examination Inquiry: phone no:011-26560464 (Timing 2.30 PM to 4.30 PM only) Email: ntse.ncert@yahoo.in. For State Level NTS Examination Enquiry: Contact the Liaison Officer of your State. For NTS Scholarship Inquiry: Phone.011-26562704 (Timings 2.30 PM to 4.30PM only) Email: ntse2@yahoo.co.in    Forms available on website: http://www.ncert.nic.in

HomiBhabha Centre for Science Education (HBCSE)

The written test will be of three hours duration, and it will have two sections. The first section will contain a total of 90 questions distributed among several subjects as follows: (a) 40 questions on biology, chemistry, physics and mathematics. The 10 questions in each subject will test the candidate's ability to apply concepts, and reason with concepts, in these subjects. The standard of the questions will be at the level of up to CBSE Std. XII. (b) 20 questions on other areas including education, social sciences and cognitive sciences. (c) 30 questions that test Scientific literacy, Technical comprehension, and Logical reasoning. The candidate is expected to answer a maximum of 50 questions from any area in a time duration of two hours. In case more than 50 questions are attempted, the score obtained will be normalized to that corresponding to 50 questions. The second section will have the following questions to be answered in one hour: (a) Describe briefly (in 300 words or less) any research topic of your interest in science, mathematics or technology education. Provide arguments for why that research is important, and outline the possible educational outcomes of the research you have described. (b) Describe your response (in 300 words or less) to any one of the given issues in education. (c) List three questions that you would like to ask about the work done at the HomiBhabha Centre for Science Education (HBCSE). Candidates who pass the written test will be required to appear for interview. The final selection will be based *only* on the performance in the interviews.

HomiBhabha Centre for Science Education
Tata Institute of Fundamental Research
V. N. PuravMarg, Mankhurd
Mumbai, 400088 INDIA
Email : postmaster [at] hbcse [dot] tifr [dot] res [dot] in
http://www.hbcse.tifr.res.in
Country Code : 091
Area Code : 022
Telephone Nos:  25072300 / 25072304 / 25072305
Fax:091-22-2556 6803                                                                      http://www.hbcse.tifr.res.in/ http://olympiads.hbcse.tifr.res.in/, http://olympiads.hbcse.tifr.res.in/subjects/mathematics, http://olympiads.hbcse.tifr.res.in/subjects/physics, http://olympiads.hbcse.tifr.res.in/subjects/Chemistry, http://olympiads.hbcse.tifr.res.in/subjects/Biology,

National Standard Examination in Junior Science (NSEJS)

Syllabus:
The syllabus for NSEJS will be broadly equivalent to the secondary school level (upto Class X) of CBSE. The different basic subjects of science (physics, chemistry, biology and mathematics) will have roughly equal emphasis. This is only a broad guideline, and there is no detailed syllabus given for NSEJS.                                                                                                 Exam Pattern:
NSEJS will emphasize comprehension of the subject, not rote memory. Its format will be as follows:
The question paper will consist of 80 multiple choice questions with equal weightage given to physics, chemistry, biology and mathematics.

Indian Association of Physics Teachers
Central Exam Office(For Exams & Academic programs)
Address:
61, Sheelavihar Colony, 7, Heramb co-op. Hsg. Society, Karve road, Kothrud Pune Maharashtra 411038 India
+91-20-25420163 / 20252754
Website: - http://www.iapt.org.in
Miscellaneous Information:
Registered Office (For membership, ELCB, and Subscription for Physics Education Bulletin) L117/302 Naveen Nagar,
Kanpur - 208025 Ph. : 0512-2500075 Email : iaptknp@rediffmail.com,

Schedule of Various Competition Examinations (Class 1 to X11)

Name of Exams

Tentative Month of Notification

Tentative Month of Level-1 Exam

Eligibility Criteria

Rewards/Scholarship

Address for Enquiry/Further Details and Remarks

National Talent Search Examination (NTSE : Stage-1 )

July

November

Class X Studying students

Rs.1250 per month for Class X1 & X11. Rs.2000 per month for Under Graduate and Post Graduates. Amount of scholarship for Ph.D. as per UGC norms.  Whereas for Engineering, Medicine, Management & Law the scholarship is given up to Post Graduation.

Website: http://www.ncert.nic.in/programmes/talent_exam/talent_srch_exam.html. The test is consist of MAT & SAT which is conducted in two level i.e. Stage-I for State level and Stage-II for National level.
Conducting Body is NCERT.

HomiBhabha Centre for Science Education(HBCSE)

August-September

November

Students from 1X to X11.

Ranking is based on individual scores. Medals (Gold, Silver and Bronze)are awarded to the highest ranked participants. Distribution of Medals for all subjects like Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology are awarded individual in percentage or ratio as per HBCSE norms. For details follow website.

Website:
http://olympiads.hbcse.tifr.res.in/
http://olympiads.hbcse.tifr.res.in/subjects/mathematics
http://olympiads.hbcse.tifr.res.in/subjects/physics
http://olympiads.hbcse.tifr.res.in/subjects/Chemistry
http://olympiads.hbcse.tifr.res.in/subjects/Biology
http://olympiads.hbcse.tifr.res.in/subjects/Astronomy. Conducting body is HBSCE on behalf of NBHM,DAE

National Standard Examination in Junior Science (NSEJS)

August – September

November

Students of Class V111, 1X & X.

Top 10% students of IJSO receive gold medals, the next 20% students receive silver medals and another 30% receive bronze medals.

Website: www.iapt.org.in
IAPT conducts only 1st stage of the exam, then from stage II onwards HBCSE is the exam conducting body and responsible for selecting the students to represent the country. The Junior Science Olympiad program will follow the following 5 stages:

Junior Mathematics Olympiad (JMO)

June – July

August-September

Students of Class X, XI and XII*

Cash awards of Rupees. 10000/-, 8000/- and 5000/- for 1st, 2nd, 3rd positions at KVS National Level. Cash awards of Rupees. 5000/-, 4000/- and 3000/- for 1st, 2nd, 3rd positions at Regional Level. Student eligible for KVS National and Regional Level will get higher cash prize. Merit certificates will be given to those students who secure atleast 35% marks in JMO.

Website:http://kvsangathan.nic.in
This is one of the prelim exam conducting bodies which selects top 100 students for RMO. Please refer to the yearly revised circular for further details.

Junior Science Olympiad (JSO)

June-July

August-September

Students of Class X, XI and XII*

Cash awards of Rupees. 10000/-, 8000/- and 5000/- for 1st, 2nd, 3rd positions at KVS National Level. Cash awards of Rupees. 5000/-, 4000/- and 3000/- for 1st, 2nd, 3rd positions at Regional Level. Student eligible for KVS National and Regional Level will get higher cash prize. Merit certificates will be given to those students who secure atleast 35% marks in JSO.

Website:
http://kvsangathan.nic.in
Exam conducting body is KVS, HBCSE on behalf of NBHM of DAE
This is one of the prelim exam conducting bodies which selects top 100 students for NSEJS. Please refer to the yearly revised circular for further details.

Asian Physics Olympiad (APhO)

January

May

The age of the competitors should not exceed twenty on June 30th of the year of the competition.

The average score of the three best participants is considered as 100%. The contestants who accumulate more than 90% of points receive first prize (diploma). The contestants who accumulate more then 78% up to 89% receive second prize (diploma). The contestants who accumulate more than 65% up to 77% receive third prize (diploma). The contestants who accumulate more than 50% up to 64% receive an honorable mention. The contestants who accumulate less than 50% of points receive certificates of participation in the competition.

Website: http://www.apho2014.org/
Conducting body is Education Ministry of participating countries

CBSE Group Mathematical Olympiad (GMO)

September-October

December

Students from IX to XII

CBSE conducts exam just like IAPT for the selection of students for HBCSE's INMO. Please refer HBCSE for further details.

Website:http://www.cbseacademic.in/
Conducting body is NBHM & CBSE

CBSC-TERI Green Olympiad

June-July

August-September

Students from VIII-X

All participants will receive participation certificates endorsed by the Ministry of Environment & Forests, Govt. of India

Website: http://www.teriin.org/olympiad
http://cbseacademic.in/web_material/Notifications/2014/24_NOTIFICATION.pdf
This exam is conducted by ‘Educating Youth for Sustainable Development Division’ of TERI. From 1999, conducting body is UNESCO and DESD

Kishore VaigyanikProtsahanYojana (KVPY) Exam

July-August

October

Students from class XI, XII*

During 1st to 3rd years of - B.Sc./B.S./B.Stat./B.Math. / Integrated M.Sc. /M.S.: Rupees. 5000 p.m. and Annual Contingency Grant of Rupees. 20000/-
During M. Sc. / 4th to 5th years of Integrated M.Sc. /M.S.: Rupees. 7000 p.m. and Annual Contingency Grant of Rupees. 28000/-

Website: http://www.kvpy.org.in/main/
Conducting body is DST, Govt. of India
The aim of the program is to identify and encourage talented and motivated students to pursue career in research.

Junior Science Talent Search Exam (JSTS) Exam

July-August

February

Any student of recognized school studying in Class IX in Govt./Govt. Aided/Public/KV/Navodaya/NDMC and must have secured 65% marks in class VIII.

150 scholarships per year

Website: http://www.edudel.nic.in/welcome_folder/ntsejsts.htm
ROUND-I
Part-1: General Knowledge - 50 questions of 50 marks & 50 minute.
Part-2: General Science & Mathematics - 150 questions of 150 marks & 150 minute. It is conducted by Science Branch, Directorate of Education, Delhi.

National  Means-cum-merit Scholarship (NMMS) Exam

July

November

Students from class VII and VIII

Rs.500/- per month

Website: http://www.siechd.nic.in/stse_nmms/NMMS.htm
Conducting body is MHRD, Govt. of India scholarship will be awarded to 1,00,000 students (at National level) selected at the end of class VIII. The scholarship will start from Class IX and would continue till Class XII at the rate of Rupees. 6000/- per annum.

TECHNOTHLON

December

July

Students from class IX to XII

 

Technothlon is an international school Examination

National Science Olympiad (NSO)

July

November

Students from class I to XII

Second Level Prizes for 1st Ranker:
Rupees. 50,000 each

All school students from class 1 onwards are invited

International Mathematics Olympiad (IMO)

July

December

Students from class I to XII

Second Level Prizes for 1st Ranker:
Rupees. 50,000 each

The International Mathematics Olympiad is a means to

National Cyber Olympiad (NCO)

July

September-October

Students from class I to XII

Second Level Prizes for 1st Ranker:
Rupees. 50,000 each

National Cyber Olympiad nurturing cyber talent amongst

Unified Cyber Olympiad (UCO)

July

September

Students from class II to X

A. NSTSE topper will be awarded with Rupees. 2, 00,000

Level-1will be conducted in the school premises. Level-2