The national-level Fellowship exam, the Kishore Vaigyanik Protsahan Yojana (KVPY) has been postponed due to the increase in COVID-19 omicron cases, subsequent restrictions, and the weekend curfew imposed in several states. The IISc Bangalore has postponed the exam date of the Kishore Vaigyanik Protsahan Yojana (KVPY). The aptitude test was scheduled to be held on January 9, 2022. All those students who had registered for the exam can check the official website for further details.
This scholarship program aims to recognize and inspire brilliant students to ensure that the best scientific talent is groomed for research and development in the country. The program also aims to identify students with a research aptitude, help them lead a career in scientific research, and to ensure the country’s research. This exam is quite beneficial as it gives students a sense of competition and prepares them for the different competitive exams that they may appear for in later life. All students studying in Class 12 and 1st-year students pursuing an undergraduate program in basic science are eligible for this fellowship.
According to the notice released on the official KVPY website, the exam has been delayed until further notice.
We are all familiar with the fact that the entire nation is suffering because of the rise in Omicron cases. The government has advised all the people to stay at home, lockdown is seen everywhere that means no school, no exams, no job, etc. Rather than empathizing on the negative side, it’s a golden chance for the students to focus more on their studies. There are plenty of students who get stressed out, nervous when it comes to studying for last-minute tests. But during this lockdown, there has been a complete change in certain things.
Students should take it as a blessing as now they have got some more time to prepare for the KVPY exam. But the question now is how to utilize such a good time in your studies? How does one make a difference?
Here are some steps that you need to follow during this time:
- Try to solve as many previous year questions as you can
- Make the motive that no matter what, you don’t have to lose marks from your favorite subjects
- Make notes and keep revising
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