Indore: Great show by Allen students​ in KVPY exam

The examination is held under the aegis of the Indian Information and Technology Department by IISC Bangalore every year.

Staff ReporterUpdated: Tuesday, June 28, 2022, 01:16 AM IST
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Indore (Madhya Pradesh): Kishore Vaigyanik Protsahan Yojana Exam released its result for stage 2 of batch 2021-22 on Friday. Students from Allen Career Institute performed miraculously well in the examination securing high ranks all over India.

Kamal Sharma, city head, Allen Indore, said, “Atharva Mahajan secured AIR 46 in the SX stream of the KVPY Examination and Diyansh Gupta secured AIR 87 in the SA stream of the examination. Other than ​this ​achievement​, ​19 ​of our ​students have qualified for the fellowship program​me​ provided by the Indian Information and Technology department at IISC Bangalore.” He also said that all the achievers who secured high rank from the city belonged to the Allen Career Institute.

The examination is held under the aegis of the Indian Information and Technology Department by IISC Bangalore every year. The examination is conducted in 2 stages where the first one is written aptitude followed by the interview. Fellowships are provided after the common result drawn out from both the stages.

Those who clear the examination are provided with the scholarship of ​Rs 5,000 for their undergrad while an amount of ​Rs ​20​,000 ​is provided as the contingency fund while ​Rs ​7​,000 is provided for the postgrad degree along with Rs 28,000​ contingency fund. The funds are provided to the students who apply for BSc, BS, BStatistics, BSc Maths, Integrated MSc, and MS.

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