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Aakash, an institute for Medical and Engineering coaching, will commence Aakash National Talent Hunt Exam (ANTHE) 2013 on November 24, 2013. This is their fourth consecutive effort to facilitate the most deserving students to achieve their goal of becoming a doctor or an engineer.
Thousands of students from Class X will work hard for this once in a lifetime opportunity of getting coached by the institute. The qualifying students shall be awarded up to 100 per cent scholarship for a two year classroom coaching and free hostel facility (lodging and boarding) as per defined eligibility criteria at the institute. The exams will be held in two stages at centres spread across the nation.
The first stage will be a written test on November 24 where 6,000 students shall be selected for stage II. This selection will be based on the results of stage I. These students will then sit for stage II written test on December 15, 2013. In conclusion, 800 lucky students shall win the 100 per cent scholarship awarded by the institute.
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