RTSE conducts talent hunt test

RTSE conducts talent hunt test

According to statement, in coming weeks RISE will be conducting similar series of tests at various educational institutes across the valley.

RTSE conducted the first in the series of talent hunt examination in Ganderbal at Higher secondary schools. 

Around 150-200 students of the boys higher secondary and 250-300 students of the Girls Higher secondary, from class Xth, XIth and XII participated in the test. 

According to statement, in coming weeks RISE will be conducting similar series of tests at various educational institutes across the valley. 

RTSE is a brainchild of MubeenMasudi, an IIT Bombay graduate, Imbesat Ahmad, Physicist from IIT Kharagpur and Mubashir Malik, a CA by profession. The talent search is being conducted with the permission of Directorate Of Education, Kashmir. The aim of this examination is to identify talented students across various disciplines viz-a-viz IIT, NIT, MBBS, CA, Law and Civil Services provide them with the adequate guidance in the pursuit of their ambitions. 

MubeenMasudi, who has been mentoring students for competitive examinations at High school level for past two years in Kashmir says "We hope to cover around 10,000 students across Kashmir. The aim is to identify students who have the potential to excel in the areas of their interest, and subsequently, provide them with the best possible guidance and educational resources."

Imbesat Ahmad who has been visiting Kashmir for past two years conducting various seminars and coaching camps  says "In order for students to excel, we need to provide then with the best mentors and guidance, but sadly we lack mechanisms to identify students who have the potential to excel. Rise talent Seacrh Examination is the first step in that direction".