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    The Delhi cabinet has approved “Mukhyamantri Vigyan Pratibha Pariksha” in which Rs 5,000 will be provided to 1,000 meritorious students of Class 9th in schools of Delhi as a science scholarship. Announcing scholarship for meritorious students of class 9th, the Delhi government said that through this scheme, efforts will be made to promote scientific temper among children. The scholarship will provide a boost to science education in secondary classes at the school level. Delhi government said that through this scheme, efforts will be made to promote scientific temper among children.

    Mukhyamantri Vigyan Pratibha Pariksha, MVPP is a scholarship exam conducted between January to March by the Science Branch of the Directorate of Education in Delhi.

    This exam was previously known as Junior Science Talent Search Examination. The main aim of exam is to identify and nuture the talents. This exam is conducted at state level. Students apearing in Class 9 of a recognized school in Government or Government Aided/Public/KV (Kendriya Vidyalaya) /Navodaya/NDMC (North Delhi Municipal Corporation) schools are eligible for the exam.


    Only the students presently studying in Class IX in Govt., Govt. Aided and Unaided recognised Pvt. Schools including the Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya, Kendriya Vidyalaya, School of MCD, NDMC, DCB, etc. in GNCT of Delhi are eligible to apply for this exam. A student has to be a resident of Delhi to appear in this exam. With this, he/she must have attained 60% marks in class VIII. The exam gives relaxation of 5% in the marks to SC/ST and PH category.

    This examination will give an opportunity to students to set foot in the world of scholastic exams, thus lending them the much-needed competitive edge, confidence, as well as an insight into their strengths & weakness and, most importantly, where they stand.


    It has two papers - Mental Ability Test (MAT) & Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) with MCQ type questions (Single correct answer).

    Paper I

    Paper II

    Mental Ability Test - MAT

    Scholastic Aptitude Test - SAT

    Syllabus: Mental Aptitude -Verbal & Non Verbal Reasoning

    Syllabus: Maths, Science, SST

    Questions: 100

    Questions: 100

    Marks: 100

    Marks: 100

    Duration: 120 Mins

    Questions: 120 Min

    Negative Marking: No

    Negative Marking: No

    Qualifying Marks: General/OBC & EWS : 40%
    C/ST/PH: 32%

    Qualifying Marks: General/OBC & EWS : 40%
    C/ST/PH: 32%


    The idea behind conducting this exam is to identify talented students with an aptitude for science & mathematics, and those who also have a strong grasp of current affairs. To give an opportunity to such luminous minds to exemplify their skills and get recognised & rewarded for their accomplishment. These young evolving minds will herald a bright future for our country as they will go on to become successful doctors, engineers, bankers, entrepreneurs, tycoons & leaders.

    This is by no means an easy exam to crack. It’s highly competitive which tests your speed, analytical ability, grasp of fundamentals, and overall awareness. This is what makes it all the more competitive and a must for every student who aspires to make it big in NTSE, KVPY, Olympiads & later in JEE Main & JEE Advanced.

    And this is why AICE is the first choice of students when it comes to excelling in this exam. Our Results in MVPP 2021 speak volumes of our diligence, application of a winning teaching methodology, focused analysis, and assessment of every student’s progress, which has helped us to deliver a thumping performance in this year’s exam.