The Study Vault Education Pvt Ltd, an institute that trains students to excel in competitive entrance examinations through School integrated Programme (SIP), has announced the launch of Scholarship-cum- Entrance- Aptitude- Test (SEAT). The purpose of SEAT is to test the aptitude, potential and scholastic abilities of a student aspiring for good academics, competitive examinations for entrance to Engineering and Medical colleges in India and abroad.
Benefits: Students will be able to gaze their current status of inherent aptitude, potential and scholastic abilities, and deserving students can get scholarship between 10-100 per cent in various courses of Study Vault. Students also get a strong foundation for preparation of CBSE Board Exams and other competitive exams such as JEE (Main & Advance), NEET, AIIMS and national level recognized Olympiads like NSTSE, KVPY, NTSE.
Eligibility: Students of Class VII to XII can appear for the SEAT test.
How to apply: Mode of application is both online and offline. For online, visit www.studyvault.in and for offline visit Study Vault Centre at DPS Indirapuram, UP.
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