Tamanna – Try And Measure Aptitude And Natural Abilities.

Tamanna  Try And Measure Aptitude And Natural Abilities.

Under the aegis of Ministry of Human Resource Development, Govt. of India, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT), New Delhi have developed 
Tamanna – an Aptitude Test for Senior School Students to enable stakeholders knowing the aptitude of students of classes IX and X. Details about the use of aptitude test, dimensions measured in the test, construction and standardization of the test, administration and scoring and understanding the meaning of aptitude test scores are available in the test manual. As a collaborative work, piloting of the aptitude test was done by the CBSE with 17,500 students studying in classes IX and X through its affiliated schools across different parts of the country.

Scoring, analysis and interpretation may be done as per the details provided in the ‘Guide for Teachers and Parents’.

Students, teachers and parents must keep in mind that the aptitude test provides information related to the strengths of students and there is no pass or fail in this test. The test should be taken voluntarily by interested students and must not be used to impose any subject etc. on the students.

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