Application form for JDST - Dakshana Scholarship 2020
Please fill this form if you wish to apply for the Dakshana Scholarship for JEE & NEET in the year 2020. This scholarship includes free coaching for JEE/NEET with free food and accommodation at the Dakshana Campus, Village Kadus, Pune. Absolutely ZERO cost to the student. The program starts in July 2020 and will prepare the students for the JEE/NEET 2021.
After we receive this application, you will be invited to the Joint Dakshana Selection Test if you fulfill the eligibility criteria. You will be informed on all further communication through the email address and the mobile numbers you fill in this application form. Please take care to submit accurate contact details. Thank you.
Email address *
PLEASE FILL THIS FORM ONLY IF YOU ARE A STUDENT OF A GOVERNMENT SCHOOL. THIS FORM IS NOT FOR JNV STUDENTS. JNV Students may please fill the form at http://web.dakshana.org (for NDST & JDST)
Last date to fill the application: September 30, 2019
Exam Date: Sunday, December 08, 2019
Applications are to be filled by students currently in Class 12 Science in Government schools only.
(Students in private schools are not eligible for the Dakshana scholarship.)

LAST DATE TO APPLY IS SEPTEMBER 30, 2019

Eligibility criteria for applying:

1. The student must have scored in class 10:
For State Board: 70% Aggregate or Above 70% in Maths and Science.
For CBSE: Aggregate above CGPA 9.0 or A1/A2 in Maths and Science.

2. Student MUST be enrolled in Class 12 Science for academic session 2019-20 in a State Govt. School / Corporation School/ or a school being run and managed by the state government.

To know more about the program watch the video below.
To know more about Dakshana Foundation visit www.dakshana.org

JDST Format:
1. The test is of 3-hour duration and is divided in 4 parts -
Part 1: Mathematics/Biology, Part 2: Logical Reasoning, Part 3: Physics and Part 4: Chemistry.
2. The test is in Multiple Choice Question format with 25 questions in each part.
3. Each right answer is awarded 3 marks and 1 mark is deducted for each wrong answer.
5. The test is based on the CBSE syllabus of Class 11 and 12 but this test is significantly more difficult than the CBSE.
6. No calculators are allowed.

For any queries:
Email us at jdst@dakshana.org

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