Gurushala launches National Aptitude Test for students

New Delhi: Gurushala is an initiative of Vodafone Idea Foundation and Indus Towers Ltd., implemented by Pratham Education Foundation, is organizing a two-part National Aptitude Test in September 2021 and March 2022, with an objective to help the students make appropriate academic choices and career-related decisions.

 

Gurushala currently offers live classes and learning content that caters to school students across different age groups, from middle school to higher secondary levels, and is now offering to help the students identify their key strengths, aptitude, interests, and knowledge. G- NAT will be conducted with an aim to test the Scientific Literacy, Numerical Aptitude and Social and Cultural Awareness, Verbal Reasoning, and Logical Reasoning aptitude of students. The last year was an unpredictable academic year even though teachers went online in full swing to continue enriching their students. To aid the educators, Gurushala is launching G-NAT which will assist teachers in creating groups of students on the basis of their aptitude. In the market of paid aptitude tests, this test is free of cost.

 

G-NAT is open to all, specially dedicated to students from rural areas and remote locations to give them more assistance on their learning chart as per the existing academic calendar. This is not just a test but a reflection tool for students where they can deep-dive to work on their weak concepts while polishing their strong subjects.

 

To adept the students for the test, Gurushala will also be providing learning resource material to all students weekly through partner and direct communication channels. The Aptitude Test will be conducted on 28, 29, and 30th for students of classes 6 to 10. Each student will receive an individual detailed analysis report including score, a summary of results, learning analysis and abilities, and a future learning map. Registration for Gurushala National Aptitude Test is currently open, visit www.gurushala.co to register.

 

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