"DTHE" (Daswani Talent Hunt Examination)
“DTHE” (Daswani Talent Hunt Examination) is a scholarship examination in Assam, India, designed for Class 10 students who aspire to become doctors or engineers and choose the Science stream. Here are some key points about the DTHE:
Eligibility: Class 10 students appearing for the High School Leaving Certificate (HSLC) examination are eligible to participate.
Objective: The primary objective of this examination is to identify and support talented students who wish to pursue careers in medicine or engineering.
The examination can be taken either online or offline.
The examination selects only 40 students from the test.
The examination consists of a total of 100 multiple-choice questions (MCQs).
There are 50 questions from the Science subject and 50 from Mathematics.
The syllabus is based on the content of the Class 10 NCERT (National Council of Educational Research and Training) textbooks. This means students should study the content prescribed in these textbooks to prepare for the examination.
Negative Marking: There is no negative marking, which means that students are not penalized for incorrect answers. They can attempt all the questions without the fear of losing marks.
Geographical Coverage: The examination is open to students throughout Assam, suggesting that students from all over the state can participate.
Scholarship Opportunity: The examination likely offers scholarships or support to the selected 40 students to help them in their further education and career goals.
It’s important for interested students to be aware of the specific exam dates, registration procedures, and any other details that the organizing body of the DTHE might provide.