- Which topics are in which subject and what is the level of questions in the examination?
- Difference between preparation of SA and SX.
Hey Folks! Are you preparing for the coveted KVPY examination of the county this year? If yes, then we have important information to share with you. Lakhs of students participate in the country’s biggest talent search examination named KVPY for the science stream students of classes 11 and 12.
This year, KVPY will be held on 9 January, jointly organized by the Department of science and technology of the government of India and the Indian Institute of Science Bengaluru. The question arises as to how one should prepare for KVPY to clinch prestigious scholarship of KVPY
These are the final days of preparation for the KVPY examination, in which scholarships can be won by preparing small-small topics. Students should have read the SA and SX schemes topics and have enough information on the SA/SX schemes.
Here, we are trying to quench the curiosity of the aspirants and provide information about KVPY to them. Questions like the topics and eligibility for the examination of SA stream of class 11 and SX stream of class 12 for the students, what kind of scholarship is granted through the examination, and from which class to which class benefit of a scholarship is extended?
We will answer to all such queries in the blog. Information about important topics was given as per the higher weightage of the subject. Also, students were stressed to solve the solved examination papers of last year for mock practice, which are available on the KVPY website.
PAPER HELD IN TWO PARTS
KVPY SX Stream Paper is divided into Parts 1 and 2. Every part has four sections. Similarly, 2 marks are granted for every correct answer, while 0.5 marks are deducted for the false answer in the Part 2 paper. There are options available for the SX Stream students. A student can solve any three sections in Part 2 and any two sections in Part-2.
ELIGIBILITY FOR KVPY
For applying for SX Stream, the student should have taken admission in class 12 with the science stream in the current academic session. Students should have secured 75% marks in the High school examinations with science and mathematics subjects. Students of SC and ST reserved category should have scored a minimum of 65% in class 12. Students should have either taken admission in any recognized university of the country or have taken admission in BSc, BA, B. SAT, Beemath, Integrated M.Sc, and Integrated MS courses of any institute. Only those SX examination qualified students will be bestowed with fellowship when he/they would have cleared their graduation with a minimum of 60% marks. At the same time, the students of the SC/ST category should have cleared the examination with 50% marks.