India's ministry of human resources development has launched a new scheme IND-SAT ‘Study in India’ for the benefits of Bangladesh nationals who want to pursue higher education in the neighbouring country.
The high commission of India in Dhaka made the announcement on Monday.
The Indian Scholastic Assessment or IND-SAT is a standardised online proctored test for the students seeking scholarships with Study in India (SII), said the high commission.
This exam is to gauge the capability and tenacity of students applying to study in India.
The IND-SAT scores will serve as a criterion to shortlist the meritorious students for the allocation of scholarships.
The medium of the paper would be in English and the exam is expected to be conducted in mid-May 2020.
It is a multiple-choice objective paper, timed at 90 minutes.
The students will be assessed in the given areas - Verbal, Quantitative and Logical Reasoning.
The students would be notified regarding the Ind-SAT Exam via email. Details on the same would be available on the SII portal and Student Dashboard too.
While applying, candidates will be allocated available centres in Bangladesh.
Candidates who have applied for this exam can take a mock test before the main examination.