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    Mensa India Project Dhruv to hold Mensa IQ tests for underprivileged children in Gurugram

    Published on November 11, 2019

    Gurugram: Mensa India has launched the Mensa Project Dhruv to select and educate underprivileged gifted children through Mensa’s special IQ test. At present, there are total 198 Mensa Scholars. In the next phase, Mensa India is looking forward to select 30 more from Class V, 30 from Class VIII and 30 from Class X.

    Mensa is the world’s oldest and largest high IQ society with over 140,000 members worldwide. Mensa’s prime directive is to identify and foster intelligence wherever possible. Those who score in the top two percent in Mensa’s IQ test are invited to become its members.

    This is a life changing opportunity for underprivileged students in Gurugram to sit for the Mensa IQ test at free of cost.  In this test, the innate intelligence will be more critical than academic performance till now.

    The selected students will be transferred to one of the best schools in Gurugram and all their school fee, transport fee etc. will be provided for. They will receive intensive coaching and mentoring during their schooling, helping them to achieve their full potential and in realising their life’s aspirations.

    The last date for applying is 30th November 2019. Those who fulfill below conditions can apply.

    1. Students currently studying in Class V, VIII or X and is over 10 years and under 16 years of age.
    2. The student’s family income is not over Rs. 20,000 per month.
    3. Student living in Gurugram.
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