2500 appear in ALOHA GAT prelims
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, June 12: About 2500 young children appeared in the second State Level ALOHA General Ability Test (GAT) Prelims Exam 2011 today.
The exam was held simultaneously in Central Zone at Humanities Block Kashmir University, here, in North Zone at Government Degree College Sopore and in South Zone at Government Degree College Khanabal Islamabad (Anantnag) besides Doda.
The result of the exam will be declared in first week of July 2011, it said in a statement.
“Today’s event was a part of corporate social responsibility wherein ALOHA J&K has initiated a competitive yearly GAT Series to orient school children from 5th to 9th standard towards IAS, IFS, KAS, GMAT, AIEEE, CAT, NET, SLET, CET, IIT, IIM and other competitive exams,” it said.
The candidates were required to attempt 120 Multiple Choice Questions during one and a half hour exam with no negative marking.
The scheme of examination for yearly ALOHA GAT comprises of three components which includes GAT Prelims exam conducted in first half of the year at all the Zonal headquarters of J&K.
The second component is GAT Mains. One Third (1/3rd) of the toppers among candidates actually appearing in the GAT Prelims, from all classes, become eligible for the GAT Mains.
Besides Multiple Choice Questions, there are descriptive type questions from General Science, Social Science, Math, Computer Science, General knowledge and Reasoning based on the curriculum of the classes.
The duration of the exam is TWO hours. The exam is conducted in third quarter of the year at Srinagar.
The final component is GAT Personality Test. From GAT Mains exam, the top 20 students from each class are selected for Personality Test. The Personality Test is held in the last quarter of the Year.
In the final stage of the Personality Test first three positions will be selected in each class. These students will be eligible for cash prizes as listed below. 1st Position from each class Rs. 5,000, 2nd Position from each class Rs. 3,000 and 3rd Position from each class Rs. 2,000.
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