Centre For Advanced Learning (CFAL) and Ignus will train for free select students from government schools for the National Talent Search Examination and the Joint Entrance Examination.
In a press release, the CFAL said it will conduct a screening test on September 18 to select 50 students from the Government School for the 10-day long training for NTSE examination from October 10.
Students will be writing a number of mock tests during this training programme.
Twenty-five students, who consistently fare well in these tests, will be selected for two-year-long training for the Joint Entrance Examination and the National Eligibility-Cum-Entrance Examination.
Students, whose average marks in Science and Mathematics is more than 85 per cent in Class 9, can write the examination.
Interested students can contact the school headmaster, the Block Education Officer or call CFAL/ Ignus at 7406854074/ 9845737120.
The screening test will be held on September 18 between 10.30 a.m. and 11.30 a.m.