TALLENTEX 2022 was recently announced by ALLEN Career Institute as an international level exam designed to recognise talent and provide unparalleled exposure to students preparing to sit for national or international examinations.
India is the country that produces the greatest number of engineers and doctors. It is home to numerous engineering and medical colleges that significantly aid students in achieving their goals.
Within the Indian education system, a parallel education system has developed. This system, dubbed coaching, has become ingrained in students of all academic backgrounds.
The TALLENTEX 2022 poster was unveiled on 2 August by directors Govind Maheshwari, Rajesh Maheshwari, Naveen Maheshwari, and Brajesh Maheshwari. The Directors added to the press conference that TALLENTEX strives to provide equitable opportunities for all aspiring students, particularly those from less affluent backgrounds or who have suffered financial hardship as a result of the pandemic. The TALLENTEX scholarships will enable them to study at ALLEN and conveniently prepare for competitive exams. TALLENTEX will provide them with an honest opportunity to pursue their dreams.
TALLENTEX aims to provide INR 200 crore in scholarships for admission to ALLEN Classroom Courses. It is estimated that over 9 Lac students will benefit from and join ALLEN through TALLENTEX by 2021. Additionally, the winners will receive INR 1.25 crore in direct cash prizes.
The first stage of TALLENTEX will take place between 17 October and 14 November 2021. Ten days prior to the exam, students will be notified of the date. TALLENTEX 2022 registration is now open at www.tallentex.com. Stage 2 will take place between 15 April and 30 June 2022 and will adhere strictly to government guidelines. If the exam is not conducted by chance, stage-2 will be considered cancelled, and the exam will not be conducted again.
What distinguishes TALLENTEX?
Apart from a whopping 200 crore scholarship and over 1.25 crore cash rewards, students who appear in the TALLENTEX exam also receive a Competitive Success Index (CSI) following the exam. CSI is a comprehensive report on a student’s performance that informs students of their standing in the national competition. A student’s potential for success in upcoming higher competitive exams such as JEE (Main), JEE (Advanced), NEET (UG), International Olympiads, KVPY, and NTSE can be determined using CSI.
So why has ALLEN launched TALLENTEX?
The benevolent response is that the exam enables students seeking such competitive tests to evaluate their performance on an international scale. Without a doubt, programmes like TALLENTEX help students develop their minds in preparation for higher goals in the future and enable them to study at ALLEN for competitive test preparation exams through the use of high admission scholarships.
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