PM YASASVI entrance test 2022: NTA extends registration deadline till September 11

YET 2022: Eligible candidates can apply at yet.nta.ac.in. YASASVI entrance test will be held on September 25.

PM YASASVI entrance test 2022: NTA extends registration deadline till September 11 PM YASASVI entrance test 2022
Vagisha Kaushik | Sep 6, 2022 - 9:48 a.m. IST
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NEW DELHI: The National Testing Agency (NTA) has further extended the last date to submit the application form for Young Achievers Scholarships Award Scheme for Vibrant India (PM YASASVI) entrance test 2022 till September 11 upto 5 PM. Eligible candidates can apply for the scholarship on the official website – yet.nta.ac.in. YET 2022 is now scheduled to be held on September 25.

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NTA will open the correction window for the YET 2022 application form from September 12 to 14. Candidates can check information on exam syllabus, eligibility, list of Identified Schools, exam cities, important dates, etc.in the information bulletin at yet.nta.ac.in.

How to apply for PM Yasasvi Entrance Test 2022

  • Visit the official website of YET – yet.nta.ac.in
  • Click on the link ‘Register’ available on the homepage
  • Register by entering your name, email ID, date of birth, and password
  • Now, login with the help of your application number and password
  • Fill the Yasasvi entrance test 2022 application form and submit
  • Save the application form for future reference

YASASVI entrance test 2022 will be conducted in Computer Based Test (CBT) mode. The duration of the entrance exam is 3 hours. The exam will be held at 78 examination centres across India. The entrance test will contain Multiple-Choice Questions (MCQ) and will be conducted in both Hindi and English medium. Candidates will not have to pay any exam fee.

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The Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment will offer YASASVI scholarship scheme to 15,000 Other Backward Class (OBC), Economically Backward Class (EBC) and Denotified, Nomadic & Semi Nomadic Tribes (DNT/SNT) students studying in Classes 9 and 11 in schools identified by the ministry.


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