Resonance PCCP student, Prakhar Gupta secured AIR-1 in IESO stage-1

Resonance PCCP students once again showed remarkable achievement in IESO stage-1 results, declared on 2 February’2017.  Out of the  total 21 selected students from India,  4 students are from Resonance. 3 students Prakhar Gupta, Bhaskar Agarwal & Ripudaman Singh are from Udaipur study center & Raghav Sharma is from Kota study center respectively

Prakhar Gupta from Resonance Udaipur study center has secured  1st Position With continuous hard work and dedication of Resonance faculties and students, Resonance has been producing marvelous performance every year in prestigious IESO Exam from year 2011.

The Geological Society of India is the body responsible for selecting the Indian Team for the International Earth Science Olympiad. So far, the Earth Science Olympiad program in the country involved four stages: (i) National level Entrance Test, (ii) Training Camp culminating in the Indian National Earth Science Olympiad, (iii) Pre-departure training camp and (iv) International Earth Science Olympiad. The Earth Science Olympiad (ESO) is conducted by the ESO Cell at the Geological Society of India constituted by the President, Geological Society of India. The IESO is supported by the Ministry of Earth Science (MoES), Government of India as one of its outreach programme for promotion of Earth Science.

IESO (International Earth Science Olympiad) Stage-1 i.e. National level Entrance Test was conducted by the Geological Society of India on 22 January,2017 for the students of classes 9 to 11. Top 20 students got selection for the Training Camp. Cut off of the examination is 61.

The Training Camp  will be made for the selected students for about 18 days duration, will be conducted at a university/research institution usually in May/June under the supervision of a Camp Co-ordinator. After the training camp the top four students will be selected to represent the country at the IESO shall each be awarded a certificate and a cash prize of Rs. 5000/- and Training participation certificate will be given to all students.

They will undergo another round of training i.e Pre-Departure Training at the Geological Society of India, Bangalore or another designated place before their departure for IESO. The Team Leaders and Observers who will accompany the selected students and some resource persons will guide and counsel the students besides clarifying doubts and engaging in academic discussions. The schedule of the Pre-Departure Camp will be intimated well in advance. And finally Participation in International Earth Science Olympiad. The top 4 Selected students will represent at International level. International Earth Science Olympiad (IESO) 2017 to be held at France, in the month of September.

About Resonance PCCP Division

Resonance launched its Pre-Foundation Career Care Programmes (PCCP) Division in 2006.The target of this is to offer platform for International Junior Science Olympiad (IJSO) and National Talent Search Examination (NTSE) for class IX and X respectively. Along with preparation for private Olympiads of classes V to VIII. Preparing for these examinations is a tough task in such competitive environment but with correct guidance of PCCP Division, it can be achieved easily.

For Admission in Resonance PCCP Division visit www.pccp.resonance.ac.in

For any assistance please call us @ 0744 – 2434727, 08824078330

Take our Scholarship cum Entrance test ResoNET on 19th February 2017 to get admissions in Resonance with heavy scholarships in various classroom programs for JEE Advanced, JEE Main, NEET and AIIMS.

To apply online please click on the link: www.resonance.ac.in/ResoNET

or call us on Toll free : 1800 258 5555

 

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