November 6, 2017 Update: ANTHE result 2017 has now been declared at Aakash Institute’s website anthe.in for the students and can be accessed at the page (anthe.in/exam-result). You can also use the link given below to check the result.
ANTHE result 2017 for the class 10th studying students will be declared today on November 5, 2017. Aakash Institute which conducted the 9th edition of this Aakash National Talent Hunt Examination (ANTHE), will publish the result today at 10 AM. The news comes from a note displayed at Aakash Institute’s official website for ANTHE 2017 examination.
ANTHE, which is conducted by Aakash Institute and provides the 8th, 9th and 10th class students an opportunity to earn scholarship offered by the Institute, was conducted on October 29 this year. The scholarship offers are worth Rs 32.63 crores, also including cash prizes worth Rs 1.42 crores.
For students studying in class 10th, top 500 medical students and top 1,000 engineering students will be eligible for 100% scholarship on tuition fees while top 150 from each stream (medical and engineering) will also earn cash rewards.
Reports are that nearly 3.16 lakh students had enrolled to take ANTHE 2017 including students of 8th, 9th and 10th class. The exam was conducted at centres set up in 22 states of India. Nearly 8 lakh students in total had taken ANTHE prior to this year.
This is the first time that ANTHE was conducted on such a wide scale. Mr. Aakash Chaudhary, the Director of Aakash Institute in a recent interview had said that the response has been overwhelming this year and we intent to help students with the scholarships they deserve to advance in their careers.
While the result of ANTHE 2017 for class 10th students will be out today, the result for 8th and 9th class students will be announced on November 10, 2017.
To check the result, students may visit the official website (www.anthe.in) at the given time. Students’ registration number or login details will be required to access the result.
Check ANTHE result – HERE. (You have to enter Roll Number and Captcha).
The exam consisted of 90 objective type questions, which carry a total of 360 marks. The questions test the student’s strength in subjects: Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Biology and Mental Ability, depending on the stream he/she is pursuing.