Introduction: NTSE 2020
National Talent search examination is conducted by NCERT to take out the students who excel in science. It is organized to measure and let the students with talent outshine in their coming future.
This talent search exam is taken in 2 stages. the 1st stage is conducted at the state level. It is directed by the states and union territories for students of class 11th and 12th.
Only the candidates qualifying the first tier are eligible to appear in the second tier.
Second-tier is conducted by NCERT on the national level.
Talent search specifically dotes towards the recognition of students with exceptional talent. Its schemes to run towards helping interested students to pursue their higher studies.
Key points for applicants:
- NTSE refers to the National Talent Search Examination.
- Conducted by NCERT and is a national level exam
- It is an offline exam taken in two stages.
- The exams include Mental aptitude tests and scholastic aptitude tests.
- Only 10th standard students are applicable.
- Availability of application form: August 2019
- The exam conducted will be of 120 minutes.
- The total number of scholarships awarded will be 2000.
- For students of higher secondary level - 1250/- monthly
- Students of Undergraduate and postgraduate level - 2000/- monthly for 3 years.
- Ph.D. degree students will receive 2000/- monthly for 4 years.
NTSE Admit card 2019 status - Released:
The education board of NCERT has released the admit card of the NTSE exam 2019 1st tier. Stage I WILL BE HELD ON 2 November 2019; 3rd Nov. 2019; 17th Nov 2019.
The examination of the 2nd tier is planned to be held on 5th May 2020.
Candidates can now start downloading admit card from the official website. Respective states and union territories have released the admit cards.
States including Odisha, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Punjab, etc. have released online released the NTSE admit card 2020.
Some states including Rajasthan, Maharashtra, etc, have released offline NTSE admit card 2020.
Candidates who have applied can also collect their NTSE Admit card 2020 from their schools.
Important dates :
|Particulars||Stage 1||Stage 2|
|Application form filling date||August 2019||Registration is not required|
|Dates of examination||3rd, 4th, and 17th November 2019||10th May 2020|
|Release of admit card||2nd week of October 2019||not announced yet|
|Result declaration||Between January to March 2020||September 2020|
Exam dates in different regions:
- 3rd November 2019 is the date alotted for stage 1 examination of NTSE in Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Andaman, and Nicobar Islands.
- 4th November 2019 for all other states along with union territories.
- 17th November 2019 is further alotted to States including Bihar, Jharkhand, West Bengal, Delhi NCR, and Jammu and Kashmir.
- On 10th May 2020 in all the states and union territories exams of stage 2 will be conducted.
NTSE admit card:
The E-admit card is uploaded on the official website of NCERT. Some cases need modifications to the details of the candidate.
If it is prior to the national level exam, candidates are required to inform the state examining authority. They will then inform the NCERT education board for doing the required alterations.
Application regarding changes may be said to NCERT directly.
Informing about changes to the authority is essential beforehand. So that Admit cards are issued without errors.
Admit card consist of venue details, roll.no., Date and time of test and also include other details. E-admit card is downloaded by the students themselves, 21 days before the exam date.
- Results are uploaded online only.
- The grading of the mark sheet is done through the software of both MAT & SAT.
- Final results are based on average scores of both the parts SAT and MAT.
- The students who qualify the 2nd tier of NTSE receive a registered letter by NCERT.
- NCERT website reveals the marks scored by the candidates in the examination.
- Re-evaluation or rechecking of examination sheets is not excepted. Although applicants are given access to their OMR sheets on the NCERT website.
Statewise Quota - NTSE:
|Andaman & Nicobar Islands - 20||Lakshadweep - 20|
|Andhra Pradesh - 263||Madhyapradesh - 530|
|Arunachal Pradesh - 50||Maharastra - 774|
|Assam - 202||Manipur - 50|
|Bihar - 691||Meghalaya - 50|
|Chandigarh - 20||Mizoram - 50|
|Chhattisgarh - 195||Nagaland - 50|
|Dadra and Nagar haveli - 20||Odisha -259|
|Daman and diu - 20||Puducherry - 20|
|Delhi - 153||Punjab -183|
|Goa -50||Rajasthan - 485|
|Gujarat - 360||Sikkim - 50|
|Haryana - 186||Tamilnadu - 466|
|Himachal pradesh - 51||Telangana -- 216|
|Jammu and Kashmir - 64||Tripura - 50|
|Jharkhand - 142||Uttarpradesh - 1408|
|Karnataka - 371||Uttarakhand - 79|
|Kerela -220||West bengal - 569|
Seats available in total are 8387 all over India for the NTSE examination.