ATSE 2021: Online Talent Search Exam for Class 5 to 12 students
In one of the most significant aftermaths of the worldwide pandemic, the education scenario in India is progressively adopting virtual means of teaching and learning methods. Since offline exams amidst the second wave are extremely risky, online, home-based exams are gradually becoming popular. In such a context, why should national level talent hunt exams lag behind with obsolete technology?
ATSE is India’s first centre less talent search exam. There is no need to attend a physical exam centre in order to take the test. Besides offering scholarships and prizes worth ₹15 lakh, ATSE is designed to identify and motivate hidden gems in our very own student community and give them a reason to never stop moving forward.
A child grows best when motivated with the right intentions. And when it comes to child-geniuses, they deserve the support to pursue their career goals. No wonder the role of ATSE is rightfully defined under the three pillars of Identify, Motivate and Support.
Mohd. Yusuf Rahmani (Class 12) took the ATSE and testified that “I am ambitious, motivated and focused. I want to qualify NEET for MBBS with a good govt. college. Thanks ATSE”. Clearly, the exam has enabled the conducting organization to realize the vision of motivating the young students.
Sindhuja (Class 10) took the test and testified - “A right pathway to acknowledge ourselves and identify the hidden potents of students”. Indeed, the ATSE aims to identify and nurture the hidden talents in the student community of India.
Registrations for ATSE 2021 are already underway on the website atse.aglasem.com. This year, ATSE will be conducted for students of Class 5 to 12. The upcoming ATSE exam is the fourth edition of the national level, centre less talent search exam.
The Aglasem Talent Search Exam will not only inspire your child to thrive for being the best, but it will also help understand the value of friendly competition and capitalizing on opportunities to contribute to the future of one’s career.
The ATSE is more than just a talent hunt Olympiad. The creators of the exam had the vision to reach out to every Indian school student and find a way to inspire, motivate and support them in building and pursuing academic goals.
At the ground level, ATSE serves the purpose of a national level talent search examination. However, unlike any other such talent hunt exam, ATSE is India’s first centre-less talent olympiad. This means that students can take the ATSE from the comfort of their homes. In times of the COVID-19 pandemic, a home-based test is the only sustainable exam design that can be carried on for a long time. As an increasing number of Indian institutions at all levels explore the benefits of an IT infrastructure in administering a home-based test, Aglasem had already mastered the art when they announced the ATSE for the first time.
While being a unique talent hunt exam that takes into account mobility issues during the pandemic, ATSE’s role also includes motivating students. ATSE awards are carefully designed to offer a student both financial and non-financial motivation. While on one hand, 800 awards are given away.
The cash prize is not just the only motivational aspect of the ATSE. The top scorers in each class are eligible to win Gold, Silver and Bronze medals respectively. Besides, a Certificate of Excellence is also provided to the top scorers, while those who follow closely behind, are awarded the Certificate of Distinction.
Even those who do not qualify to be shortlisted among the top hundred ranks are awarded the Certificate of Participation. The acknowledgement of their talent, on a national platform, goes a long way in boosting their morale and confidence too.
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