Three students from the city – Praneeth D. Nayak, Prajna Hebbar and Rashmi B. Kasangeri – are among 51 from Karnataka who have cleared the National Talent Search Examination held in May.
As many as 208 students selected from the State-level NTSE wrote the national-level exam. These 51 are among the 975 who have cleared the national-level NTSE.
These students, who are called NTS scholars, are eligible for scholarship of Rs.15,000 per annum for 1st & 2nd PUC or Class 11 and 12. They will be getting Rs. 24,000 per annum for under-graduate and post-graduate studies. They would also eligible for scholarship for their doctorate studies. This NTSE scheme covers science, social sciences, engineering, medicine, management and law.
The three from the city were trained at the Centre For Advanced Learning (CFAL).
Courtesy : The Hindu