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Guwahati: Over 50,000 students, from class III to degree courses, in greater Guwahati appeared in the Ajmal National Talent Search Examination (ANTSE) 2014 on May 25, 2014 at Don Bosco School Panbazar and Sonaighuli, Pragjyotish English School Panbazar, Fairyland School Hatigaon, Maulana Azad Markaz Academy Satgaon, Angel’s Academy Kamakhya Gate and another 11 schools in the city that were selected as venue for the ANTSE. This year’s examination was conducted in as many as 625 centres spread over Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Tripura, and West Bengal and all together over 50,000 students appeared in it. The cumulative tally of candidates, starting from the inception year 2002, will cross the formidable figure of 3 lakh this year. Ajmal Foundation, one of Assam’s leading education NGOs, runs 14 colleges and many more schools and other educational institutions and conducts this mammoth exercise every year to instill a spirit of competition and excellence among the youth of the region. Besides cash awards for toppers in each group, many other opportunities are made available to the best performers of ANTSE. (twocircles.net)