PSF announces IQ Test / Interview schedule for STFS candidates

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STAFF REPORT ISB: Pakistan Science Foundation (PSF) announced to conduct computer based IQ test and interview of Science Talent Farming Scheme (STFS) applicants fitting in with Islamabad, Rawalpindi, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KPK), Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK), Gilgit-Baltistan, and Federally Administered Tribal Area (FATA) on October 8, 2015 at Islamabad.

The applicants who cleared science aptitude test conducted by the PSF through Pakistan Testing Service (PTS) will show up for this test/interview. For the applicants having a place with the Punjab region, the IQ test/interview will be hung on October 10 at COMSATS, Lahore, for competitors of Sindh on October 10 at PASTIC Sub Center, Karachi and for the hopefuls of Baluchistan on October 10 at PASTIC Sub-Center, Quetta. The Roll Number slips have been issued to the qualified hopefuls and subtle elements can be gotten from PSF site. The Government of Pakistan under Vision-2025 has dispatched “Science Talent Farming Scheme” which is being actualized through cooperative endeavors of pertinent associations and partners. Pakistan Science Foundation (PSF) is assuming a noteworthy part in such manner. The CDWP has affirmed a Rs. 1395.73 million undertaking titled “Science Talent Farming Scheme for 1800 Young Students”.

The task conceives sponsorship to 1,800 students chose through particular tests for their preparing up to more elevated amount and a considerable measure of productive researchers will be created to effectively utilize science and innovation for financial advancement of the nation. The students passion towards science education, who have passed their Matric/SSC/equal examinations in science subjects from the legislature instructive organizations with no less than 60% marks in Matric/Equivalent with no less than 70% marks in science subjects, will be chosen through specific tests, Computer Based IQ tests, presentations and interviews for admission to choose exceptional universities.


Published in: Volume 06 Issue 41

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