Maharishi Mahesh Yogi National Talent Hunt begins from March 3; cash prize upto 2.5 lakh
Maharishi University of Information and Technology is organizing the competition. To participate in this competition, students have to register online.
LUCKNOW/NOIDA: Maharishi Mahesh Yogi National Talent Hunt is going on fire from 3rd March 2021. This National-level competition is being organized for students of 10th, 11th and 12th standard. Successful students in this competition will be awarded cash prizes of more than Rs. 10 lakh and scholarships of up to Rs. 2.5 crores to students on admission in any course of Maharishi University.
Maharishi University of Information and Technology
Maharishi University of Information and Technology is organizing the competition. To participate in this competition, students have to register online. The exam will be online in two phases in June followed by the personal interview. The final results will be announced in the end of July.
The university has decided to give a special scholarship to one thousand students participating in the competition. Shri Ajay Prakash Shrivastava, Chancellor of MUIT aims to make outstanding contributions in the field of education as per the policies of His holiness Maharishi Mahesh Yogi Ji. This National competition is also being organized for the first time in the same order. Shri Srivastavaji has appealed to the followers of Maharishi Ji to motivate their wards to participate in this competition.
Three Phases in the competition:
VC Prof BP Singh said that the students participating in this competition have to give an online test of General knowledge in the first phase. Reasoning and analytical questions will be asked in the second phase. A hundred questions will be asked in both phases. The process of the interview will be completed in the third phase. In the first phase, only successful students will be Authorized to give the second phase exam. Successful candidates will have to undergo an interview in the third phase.
Thereafter, the final list of cash award winners and scholarship will be released.
Also, the first cash prize for the competition is 2.51 lakhs. In addition, Two prizes of 1.21 lakh. Also, three of 51-51 thousand and four prizes of 25-25 thousand will be given. Ten cash prizes of 11-11 thousand rupees and 30 cash prizes of five thousand rupees will also be given to the students. These awards are planned to be distributed in a ceremony.
Similarly, among the students who want to get admission in the courses running in Lucknow or Noida Campus of the University, 100% scholarship on tuition fee will be given to 100 students, 75% to 200 students, 50% to 300 students and 25% to 400 students respectively.