Vision institute emphasizes on setting up a strong base . Our main focus is to prepare solid foundation of basic fundamentals .
The course structure elevates the standards of mental horizon of the students and prepares them to face the challenges ahead in life. Our foundation course is designed by a team of experts . We cover mathematics , science and English that help students to score good marks in board exam. We also provide proper training for various competitive exam like JEE/NEET entrance examinations by providing advance level questions and concepts , so that they will not face any problem in their preparation in higher classes. Now a day’s most of the toppers of board exams fail to crack the competitive exams like IIT-JEE etc because majority of the school and institutes basically focus on success of students in board exams while analytical skills are prerequisite to success in any competitive exam. Our course lays stress on concepts clarity and application of concepts while taking up the school and board syllabus as base. Our objective is to provide success in competitive examination like JEE , Medical etc along with other scholarship exams like NTSE, KVPY, Olympiads etc.
Scientifically designed course helps develop :
1) Logical Thinking
2) Reasoning skill
3) Scientific temperament
4) Quantitative aptitude
5) Problem solving skills
6) Competitive quotient
This is the reason why vision has started the foundation course program for young minds starting from class 9TH. We provide scientifically designed classroom program to build the foundation systematically for various engineering and medical competitive examinations .
National talents search examination(NTSE)
The NTSE consists of two tests ;
1) Mental ability test (MAT)
2) Scholastic aptitude test (SAT).
3) Both the sections consist of multiple choice questions and each questions has four alternatives, out of those 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- 50 MCQs (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 check the website http://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 : 01126560464 (Timing 2.30 PM to 4.30 PM only) Email: email@example.com . For state level NTS Examination Enquiry : contact the Liaison Officer of your state, For NTS scholarship inquiry: Phone number . 011-26562704 (Timings 2.30PM to 4.30PM only) Email : firstname.lastname@example.org Forms available on website: http://www.ncert.nic.in/
Olympiad examinations are aimed at spreading awareness and promoting science, math and other language and proficiency skills among the school children in India. These competitive exams are integrated with the school syllabus and are conducted through numerous independent organizations. Our course module is designed in such a way to polish the abilities of the learners. Vison is a medium through which school children can outshine in their results through our integrated Weekend Olympiad tutoring classes.
The Olympiad exam is conducted almost every year giving students an opportunity to inspect and figure out where they stand in the subject of their choice. Now a days Science Olympiad are turning out to be more and more popular and loved by students and Math Olympiad is equally evolving giving the students a platform that benefits them in the long run where they can take advantage amongst the peers who choose to stay away from a competition.
KVPY (Kishore Vaigyanik Protsahan Yojana) is one of the on-going National Program of Fellowship in Basic Sciences, initiated and funded by the Department of Science and Technology for pursuing basic science courses and research career in science. This program start in 1999. The eligibility criteria of (KVPY) is that students to at least pass the 10th grade to 1st year of any undergraduate Program on the basic sciences namely B.Sc./B.S./B.Stat./B.Math./Int. M.Sc./M.S. in Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and Biology having aptitude for scientific research . The program is to encourage talented and motivated students to pursue career in research.
The KVPY exam is administered by the Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore (IISc). Students who qualify the aptitude round are called for a face to face interview.
Name of the Entrance Exams: Kishore Vaigyanik Protsahan Yojana (KVPY) Aptitude Test
Eligibility: Must Pass Class X
Funded by: Department of Science and Technology (DST, Govt. of India)
Implemented by: Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Bangalore
There are 3 streams under which fellowships are granted. The details of these streams are mentioned below.
This stream is for those student who is currently in class 11th Standard (Science Subjects). Student must have minimum of 80% (70% for SC/ST/PWD) marks in aggregate in Mathematics and Science Subjects in 10th Standard Board Examination. The fellowship of the students selected under this stream gets activated only when they join an undergraduate course in Basic Sciences (B.Sc./B.S./B.Stat./ B.Math./ Int. M.Sc./M.S.) after passing 12th (within 2 years of passing 10th).
This stream is for Students enrolled in 12th Standard (Science subjects) during the current year and aspiring to join an Undergraduate program in Basic Sciences (B.Sc./B.S./B.Stat./ B.Math./ Int. M.Sc./M.S.) in the next year.
The Candidates must be studying in the 1st year of Bachelor degree in any of the Basic Science courses. Student must secure minimum of 60% in math and science subjects in class 12th board exams. For other category such as SC, ST and PWD minimum required marks are 50% for scholarship the student must secure a minimum of 60% in the first year of his undergraduate course to take up the fellowship.
The written test is of three hours duration, and it will have two sections. The first section contains a total of 90 questions distributed among several subjects as follows:
a) 40 questions on biology , chemistry , physics and mathematics . The 10 question in each subject will test the candidates 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. 12.
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 question. The second section will have the following questions to be answered in a hour:
1) 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.
2) Describe your response (in 300 words or less) to any one of the given issues in education.
3) List three questions that you would like to ask about the work done at the homi bhabha Centre for science education (HBCSE). Candidates who qualified the written test will be required to appear for interview . the final selection will be based only on the performance in the interview .
Homibabha centre for science education TATA institute of foundation research V.N. PurvanMarg, Mankhurd
Mumbai , 400088 INDIA
Email : Postmaster@ hbcse.tifr.res.in
Country Code: 091
Area Code: 022
Telephone number : 25072300/ 25072304/ 25072305
Syllabus : The syllabus for NSRJS will be broadly equivalent to the secondary school level (up to 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 comprehensive of the subjects , 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 associated of physics teachers central exam office(For exams & academic program)
Address: 61 , sheelavihar colony , 7, heramb co-op. Hsg. Socity,Karve road, kothrud Pune Maharashtra 411038 India
Miscellaneous information: registered office(For membership, ELCB, and subscription for physics education bulletin )
L117/302 Naveen Nagar, Kanpur- 208025 Ph : 0512-2500075