KVPY 2016 exam conducted on Nov 6
Apratim Chatterjee, 06 Nov 2016, #KVPY

Indian Institute of Science (IISc) Bangalore has conducted Kishore Vaigyanik Protsahan Yojana (KVPY) scholarship examination on November 6, 2016 across various Indian cities. The fellowship examination was held in computer based mode for three hours duration. The IISc Bangalore regulated exam was conducted for all streams– SA, SB and SX. The candidates appearing for SA stream were to report at their examination centres by 8:30 am and those for SB and SX streams at 1:00 pm as per their reporting times mentioned in the KVPY 2016 admit card.

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Candidates, those who will be qualifying KVPY 2016 examination will be shortlisted for interview round, which is the second stage of selection for the fellowship programme. Candidates can find below the highlights of KVPY 2016 examination.

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Highlights of KVPY 2016 examination

  • KVPY 2016 examination was conducted in computer based mode.

  • The candidates for SA stream were allowed to appear in the KVPY examination in the forenoon session beginning at 9:30 am. There were offered a time limit of three hours, as their examination ended at 12:30 pm.

  • Those who were appearing for SB and SX streams were allowed to attempt the questions between 2:00 pm and 5:00 pm.

  • The SA stream candidates had to attempt a total of 80 questions from four subjects– Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and Biology. The questions were of multiple-choice type divided into two parts where the first part comprised as many as 15 questions and the second part had 5 questions from each of the subjects. The maximum marks for attempting the 80 questions correctly were 100.

  • The candidates appearing from SB and SX streams had to attempt as many as 120 questions carrying 160 marks in total. The first part had a total of 80 questions from four subjects– Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and Biology, whereas 10 questions were there in each subject of the second part.

KVPY Results

 

The result of KVPY 2016 examination will be announced in the third week of December after which the shortlisted candidates will have to participate in the interview round. The final merit list for KVPY fellowship programme will be calculated on the basis of interview marks.

 

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Sir How can i upload my 12th marksheet for KVPY SX during filling application form ?

Priyaanka Sarkar Student Expert 16th Oct, 2019
Dear Smriti, the last date for filling KVPY 2019 application form has been closed on August 20th, 2019. You cannot upload any document once the last dare for registration has been closed. And KVPY 2020 official notification hasn't been released yet. However, please write to the helpdesk at: [email protected]
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In KVPY stream SA,which part of chemistry is most important (physical,organic, inorganic)?

Manidipa Kundu Student Expert 13th Oct, 2019

hello aspirant,

most important part is organic chemistry, then physical chemistry and in organic chemistry. you can expect 50+ marks from organic chemistry as syllabus is huge. follow previous years question paper and daily give sectional mock test to get speed of solving question before exam. follow careers360 page for latest updates.

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Is rotational motion is needed in KVPY examination?

Ronak Gala Student Expert 12th Oct, 2019

Yes ofcourse, why not? Kinemetics is the major part from wherein questions are asked in KVPY exams. If you talk about the weightage, then it would be around 1-3 questions from ROTATIONAL motion. Don't fear this chapter, it's a very easy one and things will become easy once you sit and work hard for it. I was stuck in the same situation a year ago and then later on I also found it much easy but it was time up way too late. So better go for it right now.

Best of wishes to you. Thank you.

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where can I get the sample Question papers of KVPY 2019?

Manidipa Kundu Student Expert 12th Oct, 2019

hello aspirant,

kvpy stands for Kishore Vaigyanik Protsahan Yojana Examination and it is Administered by, Indian Institute of Science. by clearing kvpy exam you may get chance to do bsc from iisc. please follow the below link to download last years kvpy sample papers,

https://school.careers360.com/articles/kvpy-sample-papers

hope it would help.

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what is kvpy all about?when can I register?

Payal 9th Oct, 2019

Hii aspirants

let me clear your doubt.

Kvpy(kishor vagyanik protshan yojana)  is a scholarship programme funded by the department of science and technology started by government of India. It is basically for encouraging student to take up research work.

for the year 2020 tentive date for registration is 2nd week of July 2020and it will continue till 1st week of September 2020.

I hope my answer will help you out

Good luck


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