Ajmal National Talent Search Examination
Aims & Objectives
AJMAL NATIONAL TALENT SEARCH (ANTS) EXAMINATION has assumed significance as a popular talent search examination in North East India. The aim of ANTS Examination is to identify the extraordinarily brilliant students and to encourage them through cash awards and other incentives to further improve and nurture their talents. ANTS Examination envisages to motivate students in the North Eastern states towards inculcating a competitive spirit.
Importance of ANTSE
ANTSE is a diagnostic test that purports to test how well a child has understood the fundamentals of the subjects taught in classes. Thus, it helps parents and teachers to understand the strengths and weaknesses of the child in the basics. The preparation for ANTSE stimulates the thought process and helps the student to face new challenges. The preparation for ANTSE not only helps the students to test his mastery over his subjects taught in the class but also encourages him to acquire information and knowledge about the world around him. It awakens the students to the need of gleaning facts and information which in itself is an enjoyable pursuit and which also equips him to face the challenges of modern day entrance tests and competitive examinations. Following the suggestions of a cross section of intellectuals, advisors and well-wishers and considering the need for a proper orientation of the students pursuing study at the degree level towards competitive examinations, a new class for degree students has been added. Another change brought forward is a single class examination for Class XI and Class XII at the Higher Secondary level instead of two separate examinations for the above two classes.
Board of ANTS Examination
Chief Patron: Maulana Badruddin Ajmal
Executive Patron : Mr. Sirajuddin Ajmal
: Dr. Jayanta Madhab, Ph.D. (London) Economic and Financial Advisor to the C.M. of Asom and Director (Retd.) Asian Development Bank.
: Dr. Kulendu Pathak, Ex-Vice-Chancellor, Dibrugarh University.
: Prof. Tapadir Bhattacharjee, Vice-Chancellor, Assam University.
: Mr. K.K. Bora, Ex-Director of Elementary Education, Govt. of Assam.
: Dr. Udoyaditya Bharali, Retd. Principal, Cotton College, Guwahati.
: Dr. C Islam, Asstt. Medical Director, HAMMH
: Dr. M. Ahmed, Ph.D. Sr. Scientist, NEDFi
: Dr. A. E. Md. Khairuj Zaman, (Ph.D) Retd. Principal, B.N. College, Dhubri.
: Dr. A. Kataky, Hojai College
: Prof. S. Sarkar, Hojai College
: Mr. S.H. Choudhury, Markazul Ma’arif, Hojai
: Mr. Khasrul Islam, Manager Ajmal Foundation.
: Mr. Anwar Hussain, Manager, Ajmal Group of Companies.
: M. Burhan Uddin, Mumbai.
: Dr. Baharul Islam, Chairman & CEO, South Asia Development Gateway, DGF (USA)
Asst. Controller : Mr. Saher Ali
Program Officer : Mr. Nazrul Islam
Research Asst. : Sri. Aparup Dey
Members : M. Parvez Alam, Sri Kangkan Bora