India has a national IQ test, but it has yet to come into its own.
Experts say the country is still struggling to develop its own standardized tests, and that it is still lagging behind.
Experts say India has to start from scratch with a test that is as close to the one used in the US as possible.
In the meantime, the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) in New Delhi has been working on a new, international IQ test that has the potential to become India’s first.
The new test is being developed by a consortium of Indian institutes, including the Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, and the University of Hyderabad.
“The main objective is to be able to take the test in the coming months,” said Rajesh Srivastava, director of NIMH.
India’s government is planning to provide $200 million in funds to speed up the development of the new test.
NIMM has said that the IQ test will be free for all Indians to take by the end of next year.
Its aim is to have the test ready for the first time by the year 2020.
While the government has not said how long the test will take to prepare, some experts say that India is just barely catching up to the US.
As the world’s largest democracy, India has the most advanced and advanced scientific infrastructure, said P.K. Mishra, associate professor of Indian studies at Princeton University.
There is a need for a universal test that can be easily administered and administered in a standardized way, he added.
If India wants to be considered a global leader in science, Mishra said, then it should also have a national standard.