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Assam Talent Search Examination (ATSE) 2016

Deadline: 15-Oct-2016

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Assam Talent Search Examination (ATSE) is a diagnostic test, that how well, a child has understood the fundamentals of the subjects taught in classes. Thereby helping parents and teachers to understand the strengths and weaknesses of the child.

The preparation for “ASSAM TALENT SEARCH” stimulates the thought process and helps the student to face new challenges. The preparation for “ASSAM TALENT SEARCH” not only helps the students to test his mastery over his subjects taught in the class but also encourages him to acquire information and knowledge about the world around him. It awakens the students to the need of gleaning facts and information which in itself is an enjoyable pursuit and which also equips him to face the challenges of modern day entrance tests and competitive examinations.

ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA

Students of class 3 to 10 are eligible to apply.

HOW TO APPLY

  • A candidate willing to sit for the exam must apply through his/her Exam center’s. 
  •  The application Form may be downloaded from website www.dristifoundation.com/atse and should be filled up properly and submitted to our registered Coordinator of the area who should collect the examination fees from the individual candidate.
  • Make a single Account deposit for total money in favoring Dristi Foundation, A/C No: 30329438755 (Payable at the State Bank of India, Haiborgaon Branch) and send  email information total deposit along with students name and mobile Nos. as recoded in Student Application For assamtalentsearche@gmail.com. 
  • After receiving application Form and examination Fees “ASSAM TALENT SEARCH” Exam cell will send a SMS to the student (a copy SMS also send to their coordinator too) as a intimation accepting his/her application with a registration number.

MORE INFORMATION

  • All equations of test are objective type multiple Choice questions.
  • Syllabus: as prescribed State & Central Syllabus.
  • Medium: Aasamese, English and Bengali.
  • Date & Time of Exam: 30th October 2016 (Sunday) 11 a.m. To 1 p.m. (Two Hours)

Syllabus

Syllabus for Class-III

Mathematics:

  1. Numbers
  2. Addition and subtraction
  3. Multiplication
  4. Division
  5. Fraction
  6. Money
  7. Time
  8. Measurement
  9. Shapes
  10. Pictographs

General Science

  1. Living and Non-living things
  2. Animals and plants
  3. Animals: their food and home
  4. Birds
  5. Beaks and Claws of Birds
  6. Birds and their Nests
  7. Plant life
  8. Soil
  9. Air and Water
  10. Weather
  11. The Earth and The Moon
  12. Our Body
  13. Safety and First Aid
  14. A Good House and Surroundings
  15. Our Clothes
  16. The story of Fire
  17. Measurements
  18. Means of Communication

Syllabus for Class-IV

Mathematics

  1. Roman Numbers
  2. Large Numbers
  3. Addition and Subtraction
  4. Multiplication and Division
  5. Multiples and Factors
  6. Fractions
  7. Decimals
  8. Money
  9. Time
  10. Measurement
  11. Geometry
  12. Perimeter and Area

General Science

  1. Living and Non-living Things
  2. Plants and Animals
  3. Plants and their Food
  4. Reproduction in Animals
  5. Care and protection of Plants and Animals
  6. Our Internal Organs
  7. Food and Digestion
  8. Teeth and Microbes
  9. Sanitation and Diseases
  10. Our Clothes
  11. Home Sweet Home
  12. Weather and its Influence on Life
  13. Natural resources, Soil and Crops
  14. Solids, Liquid and Gases
  15. Work, Force and Energy
  16. Measurements
  17. The shrinking world
  18. Stars and Planets

Syllabus for Class-V

Mathematics

  1. Large Numbers
  2. Factors and Multiples
  3. Fractions
  4. Decimals
  5. Simplification of Numerical Expressions
  6. Temperature
  7. Arithmetic
  8. Geometry
  9. Mensuration
  10. Data Handling

General Science

  1. Living Things
  2. Plant Reproduction
  3. Animal Life
  4. Your body
  5. Force, Work and Energy
  6. Matter
  7. Movement of the Earth, Weather & Skywatch
  8. The Ecosystem

Syllabus for Class-VI

Mathematics

  1. Knowing our Numbers
  2. Whole Numbers
  3. Playing with Numbers
  4. Basic Geometrical Ideas
  5. Understanding Elementary Shapes
  6. Integers
  7. Fractions
  8. Decimals
  9. Data Handling
  10. Mensuration
  11. Algebra
  12. Ratio and Proportion
  13. Symmetry
  14. Practical Geometry

 

General Science

Physics

  1. Work and Energy
  2. Work and Machines
  3. Electricity and Circuits
  4. Magnets

Chemistry

  1. Sorting materials into Groups
  2. Separation of Substances
  3. Changes around us
  4. Water
  5. Air around us

Biology

  1. Food and its Source
  2. Components of Food
  3. Clothes
  4. Plants
  5. Body Components
  6. Living Organisms and their Surroundings
  7. Health and Hygiene
  8. Garbage

Syllabus for Class-VII

Mathematics

  1. Integers
  2. Fractions and animals
  3. Data Handling
  4. Simple Equations
  5. Lines & Angles
  6. The triangle and its Properties
  7. Congruence of Triangles
  8. Comparing Quantities
  9. Rational Numbers
  10. Practical Geometry
  11. Perimeter and Area
  12. Algebraic Expressions
  13. Exponents and Powers
  14. Symmetry
  15. Visualizing Solid Shapes

General Science
Physics

  1. Motion and Time
  2. Heat
  3. Light
  4. Electric Current and its Effects

Chemistry

  1. Physical and chemical changes
  2. Acids, Bases and Salts
  3. Air Pressure, Winds and Weather
  4. Water and its Conservation

Biology

  1. Nutrition in Plants
  2. Nutrition in Animals
  3. Fibre to Fabric
  4. Organization in Living Beings, Changes and Adaptation
  5. Life on Earth and Soil
  6. Respiration in Organisms
  7. Transportation in Living Beings
  8. Reproduction and Growth in Plants
  9. Resources on Earth-Forests and Ecosystems

Syllabus for Class-VIII

Mathematics

  1. Rational Numbers
  2. Linear Equations in one Variable
  3. Understanding Quadrilaterals
  4. Practical Geometry
  5. Data Handling
  6. Squares and Square Roots
  7. Cubes and Cube Roots
  8. Comparing Quantities
  9. Algebraic Expressions and Identities
  10. Visualizing Solid Shapes
  11. Mensuration
  12. Exponents and powers
  13. Direct and Inverse Proportions
  14. Factorization
  15. Introduction to Graphs
  16. Playing with Numbers

 

General Science
Physics

  1. Force and Pressure
  2. Friction
  3. Sound
  4. Chemical Effects of Electric Current
  5. Some Natural Phenomena
  6. Light
  7. Stars and The Solar System

Chemistry

  1. Synthetic Fibres and Plastics
  2. Metals and Non-metals
  3. Coal and Petroleum
  4. Combustion and Flame
  5. Pollution of Air and Water

Biology

  1. Food Production and Management
  2. Cell
  3. Microorganisms
  4. Conservation of Plants and Animals
  5. Reproduction in Animals
  6. Reaching the age of Adolescence

Syllabus for Class-IX

Mathematics

  1. Number Systems
  2. Polynomials
  3. Co-ordinate Geometry
  4. Linear Equations in Two Variables
  5. Lines & Angles
  6. Triangles
  7. Quadrilaterals
  8. Areas of Parallelograms & Triangles
  9. Circles
  10. Construction
  11. Heron’s Formula
  12. Surface Areas & Volumes
  13. Statistics
  14. Probability

General Science
Physics

  1. Motion
  2. Force & Laws of Motion
  3. Gravitation and Pressure
  4. Work, Energy and Power
  5. Sound

Chemistry

  1. Matter
  2. The Nature of Matter
  3. Atoms and Molecules
  4. Structure of the Atom

Biology

  1. Fundamental Unit of Life
  2. Tissues
  3. Diversity in Living Organisms
  4. Health and Diseases
  5. Natural Resources
  6. Improvement in Food Resources

Syllabus for Class-X

Mathematics

  1. Algebra
  2. Commercial Mathematics
  3. Geometry
  4. Trigonometry
  5. Mensuration
  6. Statistics
  7. Coordinate Geometry

General Science
Physics

  1. Light
  2. Electricity
  3. Sources of Energy
  4. Fossil Fuels
  5. Nuclear Energy
  6. Our Universe
  7. Space Exploration

Chemistry

  1. Rates of Chemical Reactions and Chemical Equilibrium
  2. Some Important Chemical Compounds
  3. Metals and Non-metals
  4. Carbon Compounds

Biology

  1. Nutrition
  2. Respiration
  3. Transportation
  4. Excretion
  5. Control and Coordination
  6. Reproduction
  7. Heredity and Evolution
  8. Our Environment

Cash Awards & Scholarships

Assam Topers (3 Ranks from each Class III to X)

  1. The 1st rank holder in each class will be awarded Cash Award and scholarship of Rs.3000.00.
  2. The 2nd rank holder in each class will be awarded Cash Award and scholarship of Rs.2000.00.
  3. The 3rd rank holder in each class will be awarded Cash Award and scholarship of Rs.1000.00.

ASSAM STARS

After Rank, the next 10 students in order of marks irrespective of class will be awarded Assam Stars of Rs 300.00

ASSAM ACHIEVERS

Consolation prize 20 students in order of marks irrespective of class will be awarded Assam Achievers of Rs. 150.00

NOTE: The Candidates of above categories will be awarded cash prizes and merit certificates.

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