More than 2 lakh students on board, 1.18 lakh quizzes taken and Rs 1 lakh given out as scholarship
Winning scholarships has never been this easy and fun! Now, all you need to do is pick up your phone and take a 10-minute quiz and if you score above 80 per cent, you win up to ₹1000 every month and may even get a chance to go to Cambridge University, UK, and bag national awards and more.
Targeted at school students in the country, those who score less than 80 per cent need not be disheartened, they can take another attempt at the quiz. The scholarship is aimed at encouraging Indian school students to improve their learning continuously.
Auro Scholar is the world’s first micro scholarship programme aimed at encouraging Indian school students to improve their learning continuously by authenticating their learning levels through mobile quizzes and incentivising through mobile wallets, thereby creating a mass incentive to learn.
Launched Auro Scholar to incentivise our online scholars. Auro Scholar’s micro scholarships aims to reward learning outcomes for every Indian student thus encouraging online education.
NEP’s ‘Scholarship’ pillar finds a new beginning. Best wishes to all the students pic.twitter.com/wSAfipZI3T
— Dr. Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank (@DrRPNishank) November 25, 2020
Here is all you need to know about Auro Scholar and its quizzes that can help you bag scholarship:
Already 2.36 lakh students are on board, 1.18 lakh quizzes have been taken and Rs 1 lakh given out as scholarship. To take the quiz, register by clicking here.
Auro Scholar is an initiative of Sri Aurobindo Society, Puducherry, which has a legacy of more than six decades. It has a deep focus on education transformation. Zero Investment Innovation in Education Initiatives (ZIIEI) is the flagship non-profit education reform programme that runs across three lakh schools in 30+ Indian states and union territories
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