ATSE 2022 Application Form, Exam Date, Syllabus, Eligibility, Pattern, etc.

The examination date for ATSE has been released along with the hall ticket and other important dates for the ATSE 2022 batch entrance examination. The candidates seeking scholarships must enroll now, the details for which are listed below.

Aglasem Talent Search Examination (ATSE) 2022 is a national-level examination conducted by Aglasem to identify talented young minds from the school level. The exam aims to identify the potential and provide incentives to further support and nurture them on their education path. ATSE upholds the trident strategy:

Identify: Applicants and their parents get an understanding of the strengths and potential of the student. 

Motivate: Certifications and awards are given out to boost the confidence of the students

Support: Candidates showing promise are provided with scholarships as incentives to go the distance in their learning path.

The ATSE is supposed to be the first center-less talent search exam in the country powered by AI and is supposedly cheating-proof.

ATSE 2022 Important Dates

The online application begins in October, where students can register themselves, and the fee payment is to be done before November 2022. There are mock tests available for the exam from September 2022. Registered candidates can attend the mock test to evaluate themselves and familiarise themselves with the question pattern and type. The exam is held on December 2022, and the results will be declared by January 2022.

EventsDate
Registration Ends:27 Dec 2021
Admit Card Release Date:11 Dec 2021
ATSE 2022 Exam Date:ATSE 2022 Exam for Class 5 & Class 6 – 19 Dec 2021 (Closed)
ATSE 2022 Exam for Class 7 & Class 8 – 26 Dec 2021 (Upcoming)
ATSE 2022 Exam for Class 9 – 02 Jan 2022
ATSE 2022 Exam for Class 11 – 09 Jan 2022, 11 Jan 2022
ATSE 2022 Exam for Class 10 – 16 Jan 2022, 18 Jan 2022
ATSE 2022 Exam for Class 12 – 23 Jan 2022
ATSE 2022 Exam Time:11 AM onward
Declaration of Result:Feb 2022
Last date to fill Claim Form:Feb 2022
Distribution of Scholarships:March 2022

Eligibility Criteria

The eligibility criteria for the ATSE 2022 are prescribed by the conducting authorities and are to be fully met to appear for the exam and to avail of the incentives. The eligibility criteria include:

Nationality: Candidates should be a citizen of India to be able to apply for the exam.

Education: Candidates from Classes 5-12 are eligible for attending the exam, provided any national organisation recognises the school.

Age Limit: There is no age limit for appearing for the exam. The candidates are sorted into groups based on the class they are studying in.

For candidates appearing for the ATSE Engineering, candidates must be in Class 11 or 12 with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics as main subjects.

For candidates appearing for the ATSE Medical, candidates must be in Class 11 or 12 or any equivalent class with Physics, Chemistry and Biology as main subjects.

For candidates appearing for the ATSE Law, candidates must be in Class 11 or 12 or any equivalent class with any of the streams, including arts, science, and humanities.

Exam pattern

The ATSE 2022 will be conducted online using AI-powered anti-cheating techniques. The total duration of the ATSE exam is 1 hour. 4 marks are awarded to the candidate for each correct answer, and one mark is deducted from the total marks of the candidates for each incorrect answer. The questions in the test will be in English. There will be a total of 100 questions, and the total marks obtainable is 400.

The detailed breakdown of each niche is given below:

ATSE Engineering

SECTIONQuestionsMARKS
Physics25100
Chemistry25100
Mathematics50200
Total100400

 ATSE Medical

SECTIONQuestionsMARKS
Physics25100
Chemistry25100
Biology50200
Total100400

 ATSE Law

SECTIONQuestionsMARKS
General Knowledge25100
Mathematics25100
Legal Aptitude25100
Logical Reasoning25100
Total100400

ATSE Syllabus 2022

Candidates appearing for the  Engineering and Medical exams will face questions from the topics covered in the Class 11th and 12th. The NCERT syllabus of the Classes are given below:

Physics

Physics and measurement

Rotational motion

Thermodynamics

Kinematics

Work, energy and power

Properties of solids and liquids

Gravitation

Laws of motion

Oscillations and waves

Electronic devices

Kinetic theory of gases

Current electricity

Communication systems

Electromagnetic induction and alternating currents

Magnetic effects of current and magnetism

Optics

Electromagnetic waves

Atoms and nuclei

Electrostatics

Dual nature of matter and radiation

Chemistry

Some basic concepts in chemistry

States of matter

Atomic structure

Chemical bonding and molecular structure

Chemical thermodynamics

Solutions

Equilibrium

Redox reactions and electrochemistry

Chemical kinetics

Surface chemistry

Purification and characterisation of organic compounds

Hydrocarbons

Chemistry in everyday life

Principles related to practical chemistry

Organic compounds containing halogens

Organic compounds containing oxygen

Organic compounds containing nitrogen

Polymers

Some basic principles of organic chemistry

Biomolecules

Mathematics

Complex numbers and quadratic equations

Matrices and determinants

Sets, relations and functions

Mathematical induction

Permutations and combinations

Mathematical reasoning

Limit, continuity and differentiability

Integral calculus

Three-dimensional geometry

Differential equations

Binomial theorem and its simple applications

Sequence and Series

Vector algebra

Statistics and probability

Trigonometry

Coordinate geometry

Biology

The living world

Biological classification

Plant Kingdom

Animal Kingdom

Morphology of flowering plants

Anatomy of flowering plants

Structural organization in animals

Cell – The unit of life

Biomolecules

Cell cycle and Cell division

Transport in Plants

Mineral nutrition

Photosynthesis in higher plants

Respiration in plants

Plant – Growth and Development

Digestion and Absorption

Breathing and exchange of gases

Body fluids and circulation

Excretory Products and their elimination

Locomotion and movement

Neural control and coordination

Chemical coordination and integration

Result

A merit list is prepared based on the performance of the candidates in the exam and is published on the official website of the exam. The merit list is published separately for candidates belonging to each class.

In the case where there is a tie in the score obtained by the candidates:

Candidates having the higher score in Biology for ATSE Medical, Mathematics for ATSE Engineering and Legal Aptitude in ATSE Law is placed higher in the merit list.

If the tie is not broken yet, the candidate who obtained more marks in Physics for both ATSE Medical and Engineering and Logical Reasoning for ATSE Law is placed higher on the merit list.

If the tie is still not resolved, candidates with more marks in Chemistry for ATSE Engineering and ATSE Medical and General Knowledge for ATSE Law will be placed higher on the merit list.

If the tie still exists, the candidate with more marks in the Aptitude section is placed higher.

ATSE Cut-Off 2022

A merit list will be released online by January 2023 on the official website of the ATSE exam. In the merit list, candidates securing the top 100 positions in the ATSE Engineering, Medical, Law will be eligible for the scholarship. The candidates have to undergo the verification process, which, if found authentic, the candidates will be awarded the scholarship. 

Engineering, Medical, Law will be eligible for the scholarship. The candidates have to undergo the verification process, which if found authentic, the candidates will be awarded the scholarship.

4 thoughts on “ATSE 2022 Application Form, Exam Date, Syllabus, Eligibility, Pattern, etc.”

    • I regret to inform you Ms.Nishi Singh that the application form for the class 5th scholarship program has been closed, however, you can apply for the class 6th scholarship program during ATSE 2023 term next year.

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