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When the result of KVPY 2019 will be declare?

Dinesh Goyal 5th Dec, 2019

Hye,

KVPY officials has not declared any exact date for the announcement of KVPY result 2019. But it is expected that KVPY result will be declared in the second week of December 2019. You should stay updated with the given link.

All the Best!!!

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how to prepare for sx stream ?

Halry Bhalodia 6th Dec, 2019


The KVPY exam tests the aptitude and analytical ability of the student. The prerequisites for a good score in KVPY exam is clarity of concepts. For KVPY, knowing how to solve a problem isn’t enough. It’s important to know why you solve the problem that way.

Preparation Tips

For KVPY SX/SB : Study any three subjects you’re strong in. In that two should be extremely strong. develop your own technique of solving

If you are JEE or NEET aspirant, follow JEE or NEET study material respectively. For Biology, NCERT is best.

Study all the concepts and topics thoroughly. You need to have strong concepts understanding to perform well in KVPY exam. KVPY relies less on memory and more on applying ideas and concepts to solve problems.

While practicing questions if you know that you are not much familiar with the concepts involved in the question, don’t attempt it, rather study the concept first and then solve the question.

Make summary sheets to revise important concepts and formulas weekly in all subjects. This is common for KVPY, JEE and NEET preparation.

Create a habit of problem solving. The more problems you solve, the more you will become familiar with strategies for picking the right formula in tests and exam.

Try to visualize the question. Write down the given information, draw a diagram of situation and write the thing you have to find. Do this with easier questions first and then difficult questions.

Make notes of each and every topic (important terms, formulas, reactions, mistakes while solving problems). Make a separate notebook for remembering formulas in each subject. Keep revising what you learn during the preparation.

KVPY exam have enough time to solve less number of questions. Maintain accuracy and avoid negative marking.

Solve KVPY previous years papers to practice type of questions you can expect in the KVPY examination. Check paper pattern and marking scheme to prepare well for the exam.

Since KVPY exam will be conducted in computer-based mode, it's recommended to practice online mock tests of KVPY. Find your weak links and silly mistakes and work on them. The goal is to improve with each test. (https://mystudycart.com/kvpy-online-coaching)

Be positive and don’t panic. Yes, the exam is early but it’s the same for all KVPY aspirants. Make sure you understand concepts properly and practice KVPY level questions.


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Does subject wise score in the KVPY matters, Do we need to score minimum marks in each subject to qualify?

Rishi Garg 2nd Dec, 2019

This is the good thing that the subject wise score in KVPY doesn't matter for the final result. However one has to score the minimum qualifying score in both exams (i.e., Written Exam and Interview).

For publishing the Stage 1 result, The total score in the written exam is taken into account, Also the section wise score doesn't matters.

For further information, kindly go through the link

http://www.kvpy.iisc.ernet.in/


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If I have attempted all the sections in Part 2 in KVPY SX Stream, how will the total Marks be calculated?

Rishi Garg 2nd Dec, 2019

If you have attempted all the four sections in KVPY, then as you said you appeared in SX stream, you had to attempt any two out of the four sections, but don't worry there is no loss in attempting all the four sections because in this case marks of the best two out of the four sections will be taken into account for calculation of the final result.

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I scored 58 and 59 marks in science and maths in my 10th board exam so i am eligible to give kvpy exam of sx stream or not??

N sayadeevi 1st Dec, 2019
Hello!
I'm really sorry to tell you that you aren't eligible for kvpy.
The eligibility criteria for kvpy is :
# candidates much be studying in 11th grade
# minimum score must be 75% in both maths and science in 10th board
# for Sc, St and PWD is 65% in both the subjects.
But you can give your kvpy once again when you are in college:
# you must be in 1st year of your UG
# you must have 60% in your 12th board for general category
# and for Sc, St and PWD 50%.
So, study hard and get really good score in your 12th board exam.
All the very best
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If my score is low in KVPY, shall I choose SCB channel for appying IISER? If thro KVPY Cahnnel, for OBC, howmuch mark /rank is eligible to get admission in IISER? Pl.reply.

Sonali Sahu Student Expert 29th Nov, 2019
Hello,
If you are eligible for the exam then just give your best. You can't prepare as per marks or rank. It's unpredictable. Just make  hard work and with sincere practice and preparation you can score good marks and a rank which will make you able to join a college.
It's okay if your mark is low. You just have to satisfy the eligibility criteria. That much will do the work.
Practice well and devote your time in understanding concepts and solve numericals with steps. Understand Every step and know why it is done like that.
Questions are not easy and it's really tough as it feels like you haven't studied anything like this. This can only be counterattack by lots of hardwork, practice and smart planning.
Hope it helps!
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which college I will get , I scored 23 marks in kvpy 2019?

KISHORE LOHRA 29th Nov, 2019

dear sampath,

The Kishore Vaigyanik Protsahan Yojana (KVPY) is conducted by the Indian Institute of Science(IISc) Bangalore. KVPY 2019 is a national-level scholarship program for meritorious students to pursue courses in basic sciences such as B.Sc., B. Stat, Integrated M.Sc., and M.S in either Mathematics, Chemistry, Physics, or Biology. Class 11th, 12th & UG Science Students can appear for the KVPY fellowship exam under three streams - SA, SX and SB, respectively.

Candidates shortlisted in the final merit list will be awarded only  the scholarship amount.

so you can not get addmission in any college through this exam.It provides only schlorship amount to the student .

for addmission in any college you need to apply the entrance exam of various college and universities.

if you want to know more information about kvpy then you can go through the below link

https://school.careers360.com/exams/kvpy

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How to get in IISC via KVPY?Can we directly get in, without giving any other exam, if we are KVPY aspirants . Is it possible with SA

Shudhanshu Gupta Student Expert 22nd Nov, 2019
Hello.
No you cannot take direct admission in IISC, for that you have two ways to take admission one  if you get required percentage in JEE mains and advance and other way is that you can have admission through KVPY exam.
for the complete procedure of having admission you can go with the below link where you will see complete eligibility criteria and procedure also.
https://engineering.careers360.com/articles/iisc-bs-eligibility-criteria
Best of luck.
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Can KVPY aspirants take admission in IISC,If yes then how?

Shudhanshu Gupta Student Expert 21st Nov, 2019
Hello.
Yes KVPY students can take admission in IISC generally admission of students is done through JEE mains and KVPY, if you want to know more about IISC, what is the admission procedure after having a rank in KVPY and what is the rank required for having admission in IISC through KVPY then I am suggesting you to go with the below link.
https://www.iisc.ac.in/ug/news.html
Best of luck.
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expected cut off of kvpy sxthis

Arpita Mandal 21st Nov, 2019

Hi Nandana,

The expected cutoff of KVPY SX 2020 is 45-55%(general category), 35-45%( SC/ST category).


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