VTSE 1st Phase Result Declared: Rural Girl Students
Outshine in Vision Talent Search competition
Students Appearing for
VTSE-2022(Phase-I) held on 2nd January 2022
January 19, 2022: All
the first three positions in the Phase-1 of the Vision 50
Talent Search Examination-2022 held on 2nd January at 35
different centres across Assam have been occupied by girls
and it has been announced that the position holders will be
awarded with cash prize of Rs 1 Lakh. A huge response from
students was received as about 10,000 students appeared in
the exam, the result of which was declared recently. The
Talent Search Exam was organized by Vision 50 Academy in
association with Central Public School Patharkandi and
Central Public School Badarpur, both affiliated to CBSE.
Vision 50 Academy is powered by ERD Foundation Guwahati and
supported by USTM. This is a rural education mission with
community initiative by the ERD Foundation.
The top rank holder of the Phase-1 of the Vision 50 Talent
Search Examination-2022 is Jerifa Wahid from West Guwahati
High School, Dakalpara, Kamrup( M) (award: Rs 50,000). The
2nd rank holder is Wahida Begum from Baliya Public Academy
School (Ghulchera, Karimganj) (award: Rs 30,000) and the two
3rd rank holders are Badriyyah Bushraa from Holy Children HS
School (Patharkandi, Karimganj) and Suhana Khanom Mazumder
from Sishu Mangal High School (Algapaur, Hailakandi) (award:
Rs 20,000). Overall, rural students from the State have
shown better results in the examination.
In response to the enthusiastic students as well as their
guardians who have requested for a 2nd Phase of the
Examination, the Vision 50 Academy is going to hold the same
on the 6th of February 2022 in which school students from
class 8 to class 12 can appear. This is a historic
initiative with a vision to support mainly aspiring students
from the rural areas of the north-eastern region to clear
the Indian civil service examinations.
The Vision 50 Academy has developed various innovative study
modules from the secondary level onwards so that students
can be groomed right from the early age for the toughest
competitive examination of the country.