AglaSem Talent Search Exam (ATSE) 2019 was successfully conducted on August 4 for classes IX-XII, and on August 11 for classes IV to VIII. An additional slot was opened for students who were unable to appear for the examination on above said dates due to natural calamities such as heavy rains and floods, on August 14.

Result of ATSE 2019 declared on 3 Sep 2019 03:00 PM and the same is available on the official website:

ATSE 2019 Result will consist of “Qualified / Not Qualified” status. All India Ranks and State Rank of all qualified students will also be provided. In addition, the list of toppers will be published on the official website.

A minimum cut off of 40% has been kept for all classes. Only those who have obtained marks equal to or more than cut off have been considered for merit list. After applying cut off, such students have been arranged in order of their marks in the merit list, and top candidates in this list have been declared qualified for the ATSE scholarship.

Heartiest congratulations to students who have qualified for the scholarship. And at the same time, the other students also deserve applaud for trying their best, it is only by taking risks today that they will succeed tomorrow for sure.

Students qualified for scholarship will be able to claim their prize money as per the schedule provided on the official website after completing documentation process, and verification

ATSE 2019 Merit List & Tie Breaking

The merit list is based on the total marks of the candidates in the test. The merit list of qualified students is uploaded over the site and is arranged in the ascending order of ranks achieved by the candidates. The candidate with highest total marks tops the merit list and so on. The merit list is separate for each class.

In case of a tie the following measures will be taken to break the same:

  1. Candidate having higher marks in Mathematics will be given preference.
  2. If tie remains, then the candidate having higher marks in Science are preferred.
  3. In case the tie is not yet resolved, then the candidates with more marks in the Aptitude section is preferred.

Note: Minimum qualifying marks is 40% for each class. The candidates not achieving this cutoff marks are not considered for merit & scholarship.