Tallentex 2020: Exam to be in 418 cities across the country
Be extraordinarily good in your chosen field. So what it takes to identify that you are exceptionally good? Simple, appear for a test and compete with the best. ALLEN provides one such platform where the students can identify their potential and prove that they are the bests. ALLEN Career Institute announces one of its kind
Tue, 10 Sep 2019
Be extraordinarily good in your chosen field. So what it takes to identify that you are exceptionally good? Simple, appear for a test and compete with the best. ALLEN provides one such platform where the students can identify their potential and prove that they are the bests. ALLEN Career Institute announces one of its kind talent search examination, ALLEN Tallentex 2020, for students of class 5th to 10th. Cash prizes worth up to 1.25 crores will be awarded to the talented ones.
In order to encourage the talented students of the country, the announcement for ALLEN’s Tallentex 2020, was inaugurated by Director ALLEN Brajesh Maheshwari, ALLEN Centre Head Vijay Nath Pathak, Academic Head, Mumbai branch Amit Mohan Agarwal and Admin Head Niraj Kumar Poddar.
ALLEN’s director, Brajesh Maheshwari said that this examination is a platform to bring forward and appreciate the talent of students of the country. This examination for students of class 5th to 10th will be held on three dates this year. For this, the whole country has been divided into seven zones.
The first test under Tallentex will be held on September 29, 2019 for the students of Mumbai, Navi Mumbai, Thane and Srinagar. For this, the last date of registration will be 19 September 2019. The second test has been scheduled on October 13, 2019, for which the last date to register will be 30 September 2019. The second phase is only for ICSE Board students. Meanwhile, the third test will be on October 20, 2019 for which the last date for registration is September 30, 2019. Interested Students can register by filling in the online form at www.tallentex.com. Students can apply offline at the selected centres and ALLEN study centres.
Director Maheshwari said that 575 test centers have been set up in 418 cities of 29 states of the country for this year’s examination. There are multiple choice questions in the examination in which Physics, Chemistry, Maths, Biology and Logical Mental Ability questions are asked. The test will be conducted for two hours and the medium of the examination will be English. The paper will be based on NCERT’s syllabus. Prize money of 1.25 crore rupees will be given to students on the basis of their performances in the exam. These students will be given scholarship up to 90 percent for the academic session 2020-21.
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