MINERVAA is a completely transparent organization which strictly stands against unfair
methods of evaluation. Our team sets high standards of moral values and checks papers
diligently without any flaw, as all our papers are checked in a computerized manner due
In MISE, students are awarded based on their percentage, not by their rank. This highly
motivates a student to keep on participating in these types of exams which makes one
more sharp and confident about his/her weak spots thus resulting in a strong
foundation for higher studies.
Students appearing for MISE are eligible for attractive awards and prizes! Everybody
gets a participation certificate and meritorious students are given a merit certificate
along with several other prizes too, including cash rewards!
Students are given a Student Performance Report(SPR) which highlights their strengths
and weaknesses along with their past 3 years’ MISE scores, which helps them analyze
the areas where they need to put more effort in.
Excellently performing students are eligible for a knowledge camp which includes an
international or a national study trip with all expenses covered including fooding,
lodging and travelling! They are accompanied with motivational speakers and child
psychologists and they have a unique opportunity to meet eminent personalities who
have contributed their lives in research and discovery.
Schools have a hassle-free experience with Minervaa, as we do not operate via courier.
Whenever necessary, our official representatives visit your school and do the needful.
Be it for monetary purposes, question paper distribution, form collection, award
distribution, or even the exam itself, Minervaa always sends their own officials so that
schools do not have to take amy sort of headache while MISE is conducted.
MISE is a one of its kind examination where whatever you pay for your exam, goes to
funding an underprivileged child for his/her education. We sponsor underprivileged
children to complete their education because we strictly believe in the motto “Money
should not be a barrier for education”.