Bangalore, India (PressExposure) March 31, 2012 -- National Creativity Aptitude Test (NCAT) is all set to unfurl the 2012 nationwide competition next month. With less than a month left for the first round of NCAT, students are rushing with their applications. Submission of application closes on 5April, and the first round will be held in participating colleges across India on 21 April (Saturday). Students participating are from science, technology, arts, finance and management backgrounds. Eager participants can still apply through their institution staff members if they have come to know only now.
The NCAT is designed by highly commendable educationists with IIT and IIM backgrounds. They have also been recognized for major contributors in cutting-edge industrial solutions here and abroad. Internationally educated in the best of universities, staffers at International Forum for Excellence in Higher Education (IFEHE), are all set for this year's talent filtering programme. It will be exciting for parents and teachers without exception. Colleges in different cities are trying to make sure their best students enrol by the first week of April without fails.
The two-round test will be creating awareness in students and reward everyone in the top 25 percent after the results are out. Parents are hoping they will allow their college-going students to skip other important academic involvements that may clash with NCAT dates. Although semester examinations are usually not a problem during Aril and June in most colleges, the IFEHE is trying to provide opportunity for as many students as thinkable.
The candidates appearing for NCAT in 2012 are from colleges in various interior parts of India. This only shows how the IFEHE has been successful in taking the valuable creativity aptitude test everywhere it matters. According to recent reports, the IFEHE is hoping colleges will be able to send all their best students before the date passes by. The IFEHE is usually ready to wait for seven extra days after the last date of applications, but it will definitely close its windows on 12th April. At the same time, candidates should note that the seven extra days is no time to submit applications, as they will be considered only if submitted at the college window on or before 5 April.
Professors believe that the NCAT will be different from any online aptitude test or free IQ test students wrongly think are comprehensive tests. Since the nationwide creativity aptitude test is based on separate papers for every degree year, students can answer correctly by applying creativity to what they already know. Participants can find the tests useful for knowing where they stand in the face of an upcoming career. The NCAT is going to be a unique evaluation option for students since it has an exceptional evaluation method.
The NCAT is going to announce its first round results almost a month after the test, and hold its second round at IIT Delhi on 16June. Final results will be due on 20 June 2012. http://www.ncat.co.in/