After the resounding success of RBIQ, one more national level financial awareness quiz is on the way for high school students.
The National Centre for Financial Education (NCFE) has invited all school students from classes VIII to X to participate in its National Financial Literacy Assessment Test (NCFE-NFLAT).
The exam date is January 12, 2014. The duration of the test is 60 minutes, with 75 questions and the questions would be in Hindi and English. The format for the (NCFE-NFLAT) is the online test mode.
The 75 questions will be on basic concepts of finance. Interested schools can register or know more about this test on: www.nism.ac.in
Apart from attractive prizes to be won for students and schools, all students appearing for the test will also receive a participation certificate. There is no fee to appear in the test.
One of the main objectives of NCFE is to further the cause of financial literacy and inclusion in India in a collaborative manner.
The National Financial Literacy Assessment Test (NCFE-NFLAT) is one such step in this direction. By conducting a national level test, NCFE plans to motivate school students (of classes VIII to X) to learn the concepts of finance and also measure their financial awareness so that they acquire the important life skill of managing finances at an early age leading to sound financial decisions later.
Registrations for the test have opened from November 1, 2013 and will be accepted only through schools. No individual registrations would be entertained. Before registering the schools could enroll themselves by following the link.
|Registration Opens||November 1, 2013|
|Registration Closes||November 29, 2013|
|Examination Date||National Youth Day, January 12, 2014 (Sunday)|
|Result Declaration||Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose’s Birth Anniversary, January 23, 2014|
So, go ahead and be part of the (NCFE-NFLAT). Test materials for the exam can be read here.
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