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KVPY scholarships are given only to Indian Nationals to study in India. There are three streams in KVPY; SA, SB & SX. Eligibility criteria for different streams is discussed below;

For SA Class 11 Students who passed class 10 with minimum 75% (65% for SC/ST/PWD) marks in Mathematics & Science. The fellowship of students selected in SA will be activated only if they pursue undergraduate courses in Basic Sciences (B.Sc./B.S./B.Stat./B.Math/Integrated M.Sc. or M.S.) and have secured a minimum of 60% (50% for SC/ST/PWD) marks in science
subjects in class 12th.

For SX Class 12 Students aspiring to pursue undergraduate program (B.Sc. etc ) with basic sciences (Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics & Biology) who passed class 10 with minimum 75% (65% for SC/ST/PWD) marks in Mathematics & Science.

The fellowship of students selected in SX will be activated only if they pursue undergraduate courses in Basic Sciences (B.Sc./B.S./B.Stat./B.Math/Integrated M.Sc. or M.S.) and have secured a minimum of 60% (50% for SC/ST/PWD) marks in science subjects in class 12th.

For SB B.Sc. Ist year Students who passed class 12 with 60% marks in Maths & Sciences (PCMB) & class 10 with minimum 75% marks in Mathematics & Science.

In order to activate fellowship, in the first year of undergraduate course they should secure minimum 60% (50% for SC/ST/PWD) marks.

Those students who are intending or pursuing undergraduate program under distance education scheme or correspondence course of any university are not eligible.

 

SYLLABUS OF KVPY

There is no prescribed syllabus for KVPY aptitude test, it aims to assess the understanding & analytical ability of the students than his/her factual knowledge. However questions are framed from syllabus upto class 10/12/Ist Year of Undergraduate Courses in basic sciences, as applicable. There are two Questions Papers in KVPY; one for stream SA & Other for SB/SX (Question Paper is same for SB & SX).

 

QUESTION PAPERS PATTERN

There are two Questions Papers in KVPY; one for stream SA & Other for SX/SB (Question Paper is same for SB & SX).

Question Paper for SA Stream caries 80 Questions for 100 marks. There are Two Parts in the Question Paper; Part I has 15 Questions of 1 mark each for Mathematics, Physics,
Chemistry & Biology while Part II has 5 Questions of 2 marks each for Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry & Biology.

Question Paper for SB/SX Stream caries 120 Questions for 160 marks. There are Two Parts in the Question Paper; Part I has 20 Questions of 1 mark each for Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry & Biology while Part II has 10 Questions of 2 marks each for Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry & Biology.

 

MODE OF EXAM 

KVPY is conducted in Online Mode in English & Hindi Medium

 

TIME OF EXAM

Normally the notification or advertisement for KVPY appear in National Newspapers on May 11 (Technology Day) and Second Sunday of July every year

Generally the exam is conducted in the month of November


SELECTION PROCESS

After scrutiny of application forms on the basis of eligibility criteria for various streams all eligible students are called for Aptitude Test conducted in English & Hindi Medium at different centers across the country. On the basis of performance in aptitude test shortlisted students are called for an interview, which is the final stage of selection procedure

FELLOWSHIPS

The selected students are eligible to receive KVPY fellowship after class 12th/Ist Year of Undergraduate course only if they pursue Undergraduate Courses in Basic Science, upto Pre- PhD or 5 Years whichever is earlier.

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