COMPETITIVE EXAMS

TOP ENTRANCE EXAMS AFTER XII

Engineering Entrance Exams

JEE Main : JEE Main is National level entrance exam conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education after class XII for admission to Engineering programs at NITs, IIITs and centrally funded technical institutions like IIST, and is also the eligibility test for JEE Advanced. Earlier it was known as AIEEE.
http://jeemain.nic.in/

JEE Advanced: JEE (Advanced) is conducted by the IITs and only candidates who qualify the JEE Mains are admissible to take the test. Admission to the qualifying students is granted to all undergraduate Engineering and other science programs offered at 16 IITs in India and ISM Dhanbad. There are two papers of 3 hours each. The question papers will be bilingual (in English and Hindi). Each of the question papers will consist of three separate sections on Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.
http://www.jeeadv.ac.in/

BITSAT: Birla Institute of Technology and Science Admission Test is administered to Class XII students for admission to the engineering degree courses at the BITS campuses in Pilani, Goa and Hyderabad. BITSAT is computer based online entrance exam for admission to BITS Pilani Engineering, Pharmacy, Information Systems and other courses. Notifications are out in the month of December and online tests are held in the month of May through June.
http://www.bitsadmission.com/bitsatmain.aspx

VITEEE: Vellore Institute of Technology conducts the Engineering Entrance Test (VITEEE) for admission of students to its various B Tech Degree programs. Online applications are available from December and the test is held in March.
http://vit.ac.in

Architecture Entrance Tests

NATA: National Aptitude Test in an architecture entrance exam for admission to B Arch courses in India in Government and Government aided and un-aided colleges of Architecture. NATA can be given at any designated test centers, at least 6 working days prior to the cut-off date for applying in the preferred colleges. NATA applications forms are available in the month of March and one can take the exam on any working day from March to Aug.
Arcitecture Enterance Tests
http://www.nata.in

Medical Entrance Tests

National Eligibility-cum- Entrance Exam for Under Graduate (NEET- UG): NEET –UG is an All India level single entrance- cum- eligibility test for admission in MBBS/BDS courses after class 12th science. It is conducted by Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) that previously conducted all India Pre Medical Test (AIPMT).
http://cbseneet.nic.in/

Armed Forces Medical College (AFMC) Entrance Exam: Armed Forces Medical College Entrance exam is among the toughest entrance exams after 12th. This is 4 and half years, followed with internship of 1 year Medical course. After qualifying AFMC entrance exam students, it is compulsory for the students to serve as commissioned officer in medical services of defence forces minimum 7 years.
http://www.afmc.nic.in

AIIMS MBBS: Entrance Exam: The All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) conducts an entrance exam after Class XII at National Level for admission to MBBS seats in AIIMS New Delhi and to the other six new AIIMS like institutions. AIIMS conducts entrance exam for available number of seats in the MBBS course in Delhi and other AIIMS like institutions.
Websitewww.aiimsexams.org

JIPMER MBBS Entrance Test: This medical entrance exam is conducted by Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education and Research (JIPMER) for admission to MBBS course in its institute. There are a total of 150 seats for admission into the same. Duration of the course is 4 years and 6 months as per the academic calendar of JIPMER followed by 1 year of compulsory rotatory internship.
http://jipmer.edu.in

Christian Medical College MBBS entrance exam: The Christian Medical College (CMC), Vellore and Ludhiana, conduct separate entrance test for admission to its MBBS, BDS and other medical courses.
http://admissions.cmcvellore.ac.in

AIPVT: The All India Pre-Veterinary Test (AIPVT) is an entrance exam conducted after Class XII for admission to five years B. Vsc and AH courses in India. The exam is held to fill up 15 per cent of total number of seats in Government Veterinary colleges except in the state of Jammu & Kashmir.
http://aipvt.vci.nic.in

National Defence Academy (NDA) and Naval Academy (NA) Exams: An all India level entrance exam for those who wish to join any defence force and serve the nation. After qualifying the NDA and NA selected candidates can join Army, Air Force and Navy as per their passing percentage during the training period. Class 12th passouts are eligible for this exam.
http://nda.nic.in

Indian Maritime University Common Entrance Test: An all India level entrance test for students seeking admission in Diploma in Nautical Science (DNS) after class 12th with science background. The selected candidates are offered a BSc. (Nautical Science) degree.
http://www.imu.edu.in

Indian Navy B.Tech Entry Scheme: This entrance test for class 12 students seeking admission in Indian Navy B.Tech course.
http://www.joinindiannavy.gov.in

IndianNavySailorsRecruitment: Another recruitment test for class 12 students with subjects Maths and Physics/Chemistry/Biology/Computer Science who get basic training at INS Chilka, followed by professional training.
http://nausenabharti.nic.in/sailor_entry.php

Indian Army Technical Entry Scheme (TES): TES is conducted for those class 12th passout students who are from PCM background.
http://joinindianarmy.nic.in

State/ other medical colleges Common Entrance Tests

Manipal (MBBS) MU OET: All India Manipal University Online Entrance Test (MU-OET) is conducted for selecting students seeking admission in the MBBS course offered at KMC, Manipal and KMC, Mangalore. It’s a four and a half years plus one year of compulsory rotating internship course. It is recognised by the General Medical Council of Great Britain and the Malaysian Medical Council. The curriculum of the course includes both theory classes and clinical training according to MCI guidelines.
http://manipal.edu/kmc-mangalore/programs/program-list/mbbs-graduation-in-medicine.html

MGIMS-PMT Wardha: Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences Pre Medical Test (MGIMS PMT), Wardha is an all India level medical entrance exam hosted by Kasturba Health Society for the candidates seeking admission in various health sciences courses including MBBS and BDS in Government Medical Colleges beneath MGIMS Wardha.
https://www.mgims.ac.in

BHU Medical: Banaras Hindu University Pre- medical test is conducted for selecting candidates seeking admission to MBBS/BDS course.
http://www.imsbhu.ac.in/

Karnataka CET: The state of Karnataka conducts a common entrance test for admission to Professional Educational Institutions in the State for the academic year for Medical, Dental, Ayurveda, Homoeopathy, Unani, Naturopathy, Yoga, Engineering, Technology, Architecture, Agriculture, Forestry, Sericulture, Agri Biotech, Horticulture, Home Science, Veterinary Science, Animal Husbandry and many other courses.
http://kea.kar.nic.in

Kerala KEAM: The government of Kerala conducts a common entrance test, Kerala Engineering Agriculture Medical Entrance Examinations (KEAM), for admission to colleges in the state for admission to Medical, Agriculture, Veterinary, Fisheries, Engineering and Architecture Courses Admission.
http://www.cee-kerala.org

EAMCET– Andhra Pradesh: In the state of Andhra Pradesh, EAMCET (Engineering, Agriculture and Medical Common Entrance Test) is conducted for admission to Medical and Engineering courses in various state colleges. This entrance exam after 12th is conducted by JNTU every year for admission to Engineering, Medical and Agriculture Courses.
http://www.apeamcet.org

COMED-K: The Consortium of Medical Engineering and Dental Colleges of Karnataka (Comed-k), Bangalore, conducts an Undergraduate Entrance Test (UGET). It is conducted to determine the merit of students seeking admissions to the undergraduate courses in the Member Institutions of the Karnataka Professional Colleges Foundation Trust (KPCF). There are 14 Medical, 25 Dental and more than 150 engineering colleges who make available almost 20,000 seats for admission.
https://www.comedk.org

Hotel Management Entrance Exams

NCHMCT JEE: The National council for Hotel Management and Catering Technology Joint regulates B.Sc Hospitality and Hotel Administration and other courses of study at 21 central IHM, 14 state government IHM and 15 private IHM affiliated with NCHMCT. For admission to courses offered at these institutes the council conducts Joint Entrance Test (JEE).
http://nchm.nic.in

Law Entrance Exams

CLAT: The Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) is conducted for admission to undergraduate and post graduate programmes at 14 National Law Universities. Each year a university out of these 14 takes the responsibility of conducting the entrance test. In 2014 CLAT was conducted by GNLU, Gandhinagar.CLAT is for 2 hours and covers questions on English, General Knowledge/ current affairs Numerical ability, Legal Aptitude and Logical reasoning.
http://clat.ac.in

LSAT: The Law School Admission Test (LSAT) India is conducted for admission to Law programmes in participating colleges like Amity, UPES Dehradun, ITM Gurgaon, Faculty of Law Dehradun, RGSOIPL, for three year LLB at IIT Khargapur and others.
http://www.lsac.org/jd/lsat/about-the-lsat/

All India Law Entrance Test (AILET): All India Law Entrance Test (AILET) is conducted for the selection of candidates seeking admission in B.A., LL.B. (Hons.)
http://www.lawentrance.com/ailet.html

Design Entrance Tests

NIFT entrance test: National Institute of Fashion Technology (NIFT) conducts the entrance test for admission to its bachelors program. For B Design it takes GAT and CAT and Situation test. For admission to B.F Tech, students have to appear in GAT test.
http://nift.ac.in

NID: The National Institute of Design conducts Design Aptitude Test for admission to its UG programmes at all centres. The applications are closed in the month of November every year and the test is conducted in the month of January. The upper age limit for candidates is 20 years.
http://www.nid.edu

All India Entrance Examination for Design (AIEED): All India Entrance Examination for Design (AIEED) is conducted for candidates who wish to take admission in 4 years undergraduate programmes in design after class 12th.
http://www.aieed.com

Others

Staff Selection Commission (SSC) Exam: The SSC exam is for those who want government jobs right after class 12th. If selected, one can join as lower division clerk in any of the various government ministries and departments, armed forces or railways.
http://ssc.nic.in

CPT for Chartered Accountancy: The Common Proficiency Test (CPT) 2014 is conducted by the Council of the Institute Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI) which will lead to a person becoming a Chartered Accountant. ICAI will hold three levels of examinations; CPT (Common Proficiency Test), IPCC which is the Intermediate (Integrated Professional Competence) course and the final and three years of practical training under a practicing Chartered Accountant.
http://www.icai.org/

Education Loans
http://mhrd.gov.in/scholarships-education-loan-4

The following is an exhaustive list of all important National & International Competitive Exams for the students.

  1.NTSE -National Talent Search Examination
NTSE is activity organised by NCERT for students of various classes. It is one of the most popular examination conducted in India. NTSE was established in 1961. It is a scholarship program.
ELIGIBLITY
Conducted for class-X students only.
SYLLABUS
NCERT prescribed syllabus to be followed. It covers science, maths, social science and mental ability.
SELECTION PROCESS
It has two stages of selection procedures.
STAGE I: written exam conducted by state/UT.
STAGE II: Students selected in state level exam appear for national level.
Website: http://www.ncert.nic.in/programmes/talent_exam/talent_srch_exam.html

 2.KVPY–Kishore Vaigyanic  Protsahan Yojana
KVPY was started in 1999 by Department of science and technology, Government of India. The main agenda of this exam is to encourage students to take up research in the fields of basic science, engineering and medicine.
ELIGIBLITY
Students in class-XI and class-XII of recognised institutions.
SYLLABUS
Subjects and curriculum of CBSE and ICSE boards.
SELECTION PROCESS
STAGE I: First stage is the aptitude exam. Eligible candidates are chosen from the received applications and are called for aptitude exam.
STAGE II: Interview round. Based on the performance of aptitude exam short listed students will be appearing for interview round. This is the final selection process.
Website: http://kvpy.iisc.ernet.in/

 3.HBBVS– Dr. Homi Bhabha Bal Vaigyanik Spardha
HBBVS was initiated by Mumbai science teachers association in 1981. The main aim of this exam is to search for science talents in students and to encourage them take interest in science.
ELIGIBLITY
Only students studying class-VI and class-IX can take up this exam.
SYLLABUS
The exam covers the subjects and topics covered in curriculum up to class VI and class IX.
SELECTION PROCESS
STAGE I: Written test
STAGE II: Practical skill test
FINAL STAGE: Oral test i.e. the interview and submission of action research report.
Website: http://www.msta.in/

 4.NSO–National Science Olympiad
NSO is a national level science exam conducted by Science Olympiad Foundation (SOF). NSO rankings will be allotted based on the marks obtained.
ELIGIBLITY
Students of class-I to class-XII are eligible to participate.
SYLLABUS
Science and math syllabus as prescribed by CBSE, ICSE or various state boards.
SELECTION PROCESS
There will be four levels of exams. First will be within the school, at the city state level and above all will be the international level.
SOF also conducts NCO-national Cyber Olympiad with same features as in NSO.
Website: http://www.sofworld.org/

 5.UCO–Unified Cyber Olympiad
The Unified Council conducts UCO every year. UCO is a test that helps students improve their mental ability, logical reasoning and computer skills.
ELIGIBLITY
Students in class-III to class-XII of recognised schools are eligible.
SYLLABUS
Subjects are more generic and is suitable for CBSE, ICSE and state boards.
SELECTION PROCESS
The selection is done in two stages.
STAGE I: An aptitude type of exam is conducted in school level. And the selected students from each class appear for the second exam.
STAGE II: Students selected in school level appear for state level selection exam. Toppers are announced based on stage II performance.
Website: http://www.unifiedcouncil.com/why_uco.aspx

 6.NSTSE–National Science Talent Search Exam.
Main focus of NSTSE is encouraging students to reason critically and solve problems. NSTSE question papers are scientifically designed to test concepts underlying the curriculum.
ELIGIBLITY
Students in class-II to class-XII of recognised schools are eligible.
SYLLABUS
The subjects and study matter followed is based on CBSE prescribed curriculum.
SELECTION PROCESS
It involves two levels of selection for awarding scholarship for students
STAGE I: Selection is done in state or UT based on written exam.
STAGE II: Exam conducted by NCERT at national level. Every student scoring the required marks will be eligible for scholarship program.
Website: http://www.unifiedcouncil.com/

 7.MTSE–Mathematics Talent Search Exam
Mathematics Talent Search Exam (MTSE) is a competitive exam conducted by Indian Institute for Studies in Mathematics (IISMA). Mental ability, mathematical reasoning, accuracy and speed are the main focus of this examination.
ELIGIBLITY
Students in class-III to class-IX of recognized schools are eligible.
SYLLABUS
The subjects and study matter followed is based on CBSE and ICSE prescribed curriculum.
SELECTION PROCESS
Top rankers per class are selected and awarded scholarships.
Website: http://www.ganithasasthraparishad.org/

 8.IMO–International  Mathematics  Olympiad
IMO is a competitive exam conducted to identify and encourage the mathematical creativity of children in schools across India and abroad.
ELIGIBLITY
Students in class-I to class-XII of recognised schools are eligible.
SYLLABUS
The subjects and study matter followed is based on CBSE and ICSE prescribed curriculum.
SELECTION PROCESS
Top rankers per class are selected and awarded scholarships.
Website: https://www.imo-official.org/

 9.NLSTSE- National Level Science Talent Search Exam
NLSTSE is organised by Unified Council for students of various classes. It is one of the most popular examination conducted in India. It is a scholarship. Program.
ELIGIBLITY
Conducted for students of class II- XII.
SYLLABUS
It covers science, maths, social science and mental ability. Specifically physics, chemistry, math, biology for high school students.
SELECTION PROCESS
It has two stages of selection procedures.
STAGE I: written exam conducted by state/UT.
STAGE II: Students selected in state level exam appear for national level.
Website: http://www.unifiedcouncil.com/what_is_nstse.aspx

10.NSEJS- National Standard Exam in Junior Science
NSEJS is jointly conducted by IAPT (Indian Association of Physics Teachers) and HBCSE (Homi Bhabha Centre for Science Examination).
ELIGIBLITY
All Indian students of class-I to X.
SYLLABUS
Subjects and curriculum of CBSE and ICSE boards. Mainly focussed on science and generic content.
SELECTION PROCESS
The selection is first made at the school level. And the qualifying students then are then appeared for the national round.
Website: iapt.org.in

11.SSTSE- State Science Talent Search Exam
SSTSE is conducted by Rajasthan state Government. And is exclusively for Rajasthan students only.
ELIGIBLITY
Only students studying class-X of recognised institutions.
SYLLABUS
The exam contents are purely based on science.
SELECTION PROCESS
It is an exam conducted in school level. Schools across the state.
Website: http://schools.aglasem.com

12.SLSTSE- State Level  Science Talent Search Exam
SLSTSE Exam  organised by Unified Council for students of various classes. It is one of the most popular examination conducted in India. It is a scholarship program.
ELIGIBLITY
Students of class-IV to class-X of recognized schools are eligible to participate.
SYLLABUS
Syllabus is mainly based on science.
SELECTION PROCESS
Firstly thee selections are made at school level. And the selected students from all the school compete at the state level.
Website: www.unifiedcouncil.com/slstse.aspx

13.IOS-International Olympiad in Science 
IOS is a science exam held annually in the national and international level. The conducting body for IOS is SSE (Society for Science Education).
ELIGIBLITY
All Indian Students of class-I to class-XII of recognised schools are eligible.
SYLLABUS
Subjects are more generic and is suitable for CBSE, ICSE and state boards.
SELECTION PROCESS
The selection is done in different stages.
STAGE I: An aptitude type of exam is conducted in school level. And the selected students from each class appear for the second exam.
STAGE II: Students selected in school level appear for state level selection exam.
STAGE III: Students selected in state level appear for national and international level exam.
Toppers are announced based on the stage III performance.
Website: www.sofworld.org

14.RMO- Regional Mathematics Olympiad
RMO is a prestigious exam jointly conducted by IAPT (Indian Association of Physics Teachers) and HBCSE (Homi Bhabha Centre for Science Examination).
ELIGIBLITY
Students in class-XI & class-XII of recognised schools are eligible.
SYLLABUS
The main focus of this exam is mathematics and based on CBSE prescribed curriculum.
SELECTION PROCESS
It is held at the school level and the topper are selected and awarded accordingly.
Website: www.isical.ac.in/~rmo

15.IOM-International Olympiad in Mathematics  
IOM is a proficient math exam conducted annually by SSE (Society of Science Education) to test the mathematics quotient among the students. It is held in national and international levels.
ELIGIBLITY
Students in class-I to class-X of recognised schools are eligible.
SYLLABUS
The subjects and study matter followed is based on CBSE and ICSE and state syllabus.
SELECTION PROCESS
The selection is done in different stages.
STAGE I: An aptitude type of exam is conducted in school level. And the selected students from each class appear for the second exam.
STAGE II: Students selected in school level appear for state level selection exam.
STAGE III: Students selected in state level appear for national and international level exam.
Toppers are announced based on the stage III performance.
Website: https://www.imo-official.org

16.IOEL- International  Olympiad of English Language
IOEL is held annually at national and international level. It is an English proficiency exam conducted by CLF (Computer Literary Foundation).
ELIGIBLITY
Students in class-I to class-XII of recognised schools are eligible.
SYLLABUS
The subject contents are based on CBSE and ICSE and State Board prescribed curriculum.
SELECTION PROCESS
The selection is done in different stages.
STAGE I: An aptitude type of exam is conducted in school level. And the selected students from each class appear for the second exam.
STAGE II: Students selected in school level appear for state level selection exam.
STAGE III: Students selected in state level appear for national and international level exam.
Toppers are announced based on the stage III performance.
Website: schools.aglasem.com

17.NSEB- National Standard Examination in Biology
NSEB is a prestigious exam jointly conducted by Indian Association of Physics Teachers, Association of Biology Teachers and HBSCE (Homi Bhabha centre for Science Education).
ELIGIBLITY
Conducted for class-XI and XII students only.
SYLLABUS
The main focus is on Biology with CBSE syllabus as the main stream.
SELECTION PROCESS
The selection is first made at the school level. And the qualifying students then are then appeared for the national round.
Website: http://iapt.org.in/

18. NSEC- National Standard Examination in Chemistry
NSEC is a prestigious exam jointly conducted by Indian Association of Physics Teachers, Association of Chemistry Teachers and HBSCE (Homi Bhabha centre for Science Education).
ELIGIBLITY
Students in class-XI and class-XII of recognised institutions.
SYLLABUS
The main focus is on Chemistry with CBSE syllabus as the main stream.
SELECTION PROCESS
The selection is first made at the school level. And the qualifying students then are then appeared for the national round.
Website: http://iapt.org.in

19. NSEA- National Standard Examination in Astronomy
NSEA is a prestigious exam jointly conducted by Indian Association of Physics Teachers and HBSCE (Homi Bhabha centre for Science Education).
ELIGIBLITY
Only students studying class-XI and class-XII can take up this exam.
SYLLABUS
The main subject focus is on Physics with CBSE syllabus as the main stream.
SELECTION PROCESS
The selection is first made at the school level. And the qualifying students then are then appeared for the national round.
Website: http://iapt.org.in

20. NSEP- National Standard Examination in Physics
NSEP is a prestigious exam jointly conducted by Indian Association of Physics Teachers and HBSCE (Homi Bhabha centre for Science Education).
ELIGIBLITY
Students of class-XI and class-XII are eligible to participate.
SYLLABUS
The main subject focus is on Physics with CBSE syllabus as the main stream.
SELECTION PROCESS
The selection is first made at the school level. And the qualifying students then are then appeared for the national round.
Website: http://iapt.org.in

21. ZIO–Zonal Information Olympiad
ZIO is a national wide computing examination organised by IARCS. The main focus of this exam is to identify outstanding talents in algorithms and computing. It is conducted by IARCS (Indian Association for Research in Computer science)
ELIGIBLITY
Students in class-VIII to class-XII of recognised schools are eligible.
SYLLABUS
The exam contents are streamlined to CBSE curriculum.
SELECTION PROCESS
The selection is done in two stages.
Firstly the exam is conducted in state and national level.
The top rankers from India are competed in International level.
Website: http://www.iarcs.org.in

22. IIO– International Information Olympiad
IIO is a proficient examination held in computer field. It is conducted by Computer literary foundation every year.
ELIGIBLITY
Students in class-I to class-XII of recognised schools are eligible.
SYLLABUS
The subjects and study matter followed is based on CBSE, ICSE and State Board prescribed curriculum.
SELECTION PROCESS
The selection is first made at the school level. And the qualifying students then are then appeared for the national and international round.
Website: http://www.iarcs.org.in

23. NCO–National Cyber Olympiad
NCO is a national level examination conducted by SOF (Science Olympiad Foundation).
ELIGIBLITY
Students in class-II to class-XII of recognised schools are eligible.
SYLLABUS
The subjects and study matter followed is based on CBSE and ICSE prescribed curriculum.
SELECTION PROCESS
Top rankers per class are selected and awarded scholarships.
Website: http://www.sofworld.org/nco

24. NIMO-National Interactive Mathematics Olympiad
NIMO  Exam organised by NCERT for students of various classes. It is one of the most popular examination conducted in India. It is a scholarship program.
ELIGIBLITY
Conducted for class-V to XII students only.
SYLLABUS
NCERT prescribed syllabus to be followed. It covers science, maths, social science and mental ability.
SELECTION PROCESS
It has two stages of selection procedures.
STAGE I: written exam conducted by state/UT.
STAGE II: Students selected in state level exam appear for national level.
Website: http://www.eduhealfoundation.org/

25. NBTO–National Biotechnology Olympiad
NBTO is conducted by Eduheal Foundation. It is proficient exam to find out the outstanding knowledge of biotechnology among students.
ELIGIBLITY
Students in class-V and class-XII of recognised institutions.
SYLLABUS
Subjects and curriculum of CBSE and ICSE and State boards.
SELECTION PROCESS
It has two stages of selection procedures.
STAGE I: written exam conducted by state/UT.
STAGE II: Students selected in state level exam appear for national level.
Website: http://www.eduhealfoundation.org

26. GEOGENIUS: GeoGenius is an Indian Geography Olympiad.

It mainly tests the geographical knowledge among students
ELIGIBLITY
Only students studying class-II and class-XII can take up this exam.
SYLLABUS
The exam covers the subjects and topics covered in curriculum.
SELECTION PROCESS
It has two stages of selection procedures.
STAGE I: written exam conducted by state/UT.
STAGE II: Students selected in state level exam appear for national level.
Website: http://www.geogeniusindia.com/

27. KO–Knowledge Olympiad
KO is conducted by Knowledge Society of India.
ELIGIBLITY
Students of class-I to class-XII are eligible to participate.
SYLLABUS
Science and math syllabus as prescribed by CBSE, ICSE or various state boards. And mostly it is test for the generic knowledge among students.
SELECTION PROCESS
The KO has two main exams in that. It is MOF (Mathematics Olympiad) and NKO (National Knowledge Olympiad).
Website: http://aisect.org/
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28. SCYGANLSTSE- Sir C.V.Raman Young Genius Awards in National Level Science Talent Search Exam SCYCANLSTSE is a national level science examination conducted by Vishwabharathi Foundation.
ELIGIBLITY
Students in class-IV to class-X of recognised schools are eligible.
SYLLABUS
Subjects are more generic and is suitable for CBSE, ICSE and state boards.
SELECTION PROCESS
It is conducted in school level and the toppers are selected and awarded accordingly.
Website: http://www.suchirindiafoundation.org/

29. ASSET–Assessment of Scholastic Skills Through Educational Testing
ASSET is an exam conducted by Educational Initiative.
ELIGIBLITY
Students in class-I to class-XII of recognised schools are eligible.
SYLLABUS
The subject are based on curriculum prescribed by CBSE, ICSE and State Boards.
SELECTION PROCESS
It is conducted in school level and the toppers are selected and awarded accordingly.
Website: http://www.ei-india.com/

30. IAIS– International Assessment for Indian Schools
IAIS is considered as one of the toughest tests in the spectrum.
ELIGIBLITY
Students in class-III to class-XII of recognised schools are eligible.
SYLLABUS
The subjects and study matter followed is based on CBSE and ICSE and State Boards prescribed curriculum.
SELECTION PROCESS
Top rankers per class are selected and awarded scholarships. 
Website: macmillaneducation.in

31. Maharashtra Talent Search Exam
All student studying in Std. VIII, IX or X in Govt. recognized schools are eligible to participate in Talent Search Examination. MTSE is a center of search and excellence to search for Talented students. To evolve students for NTS and other and competitive examination in future. It also encourage students for various exams by awarding scholarships and prizes.
Website: https://www.mtsexam.org/

International Olympiad

1. International  Olympiad of English Language (IOEL)
The International Olympiad of English Language (iOEL), a test of competence and knowledge in the subject of English Language, is held annually at the National and International levels, based on syllabus prescribed by CBSE/ICSE and the State Boards.
Structure of the Olympiad
Level 1 :All the students of classes 1st to 12 are eligible to take part in Level 1
Level 2 :Top 500 Olympiad rank holders of the 1st Level from each class will compete for top positions in a 2nd level examination. All Class 1st rank holders with minimum 75% of Marks with Minimum 75 Students from a particular school are also eligible for Level 2.
Level 3 :Olympiad 1st Rank Holders of classes 6th to 12th from 2nd level will be eligible for Level 3. Level 3 will be conducted at New Delhi, India.
Website:http://silverzone.org/newweb/ioel_informatics_olympiad.html

2. International Space Olympiad-
International Space Olympiad is an international level Quiz competition on Space Science and Technology for students of Grades 5-12 and is organized by Edu Mithra Intellectual services Pvt. Ltd.,every year with a mission to attract and encourage talents in the fields of space science and technology and enhance the aptitude of children in Space ScienceandTechnology. International Space Olympiad is designed to examine the in depth knowledge of Students in various fields related to Space science and technology and honor the genuine talents with amazing prizes and laurels.
Website:http://internationalspaceolympiad.com/

3. International Earth Science Olympiad – The International Earth Science Olympiad – IESO, was founded as one of the major activities of the International Geoscience Education Organization (IGEO). It is an annual competition for secondary school students. The main aims of the IESO are to encourage students interest and public awareness of Earth Science and to enhance Earth Sciences learning and to enhance Earth Science teaching/learning at school level. The IESO aims further to foster friendly relationships among young learners from different countries and promoting international cooperation in exchanging ideas and materials on Earth sciences and Earth sciences education.
The Geological Society of India is the body responsible for selecting the Indian Team for the International Earth Science Olympiad. So far, the Earth Science Olympiad program in the country involved four stages:
(i) National level Entrance Test,
(ii) Training Camp culminating in the Indian National Earth Science Olympiad, (iii) Pre-departure training camp and
(iv) International Earth Science Olympiad.
The Earth Science Olympiad (ESO) is conducted by the ESO Cell at the Geological Society of India constituted by the President, Geological Society of India.
The IESO is supported by the Ministry of Earth Science (MoES), Government of India as one of its outreach programme for promotion of Earth Science.
Website:http://www.geosocindia.org/index.php/ieso

4. International Health Olympiad
International Health Olympiad is an International Level Quiz Competition for children of grades 5-12 all over the world on Health and Health related topics with a view to educate the young generation about the importance of health and health care and there by initiating a change for Healthier society and More Vigorous Generations.

Website:http://www.internationalhealtholympiad.com/