Ntse Exam date extended bay government

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 Ntse Exam date extended bay government


National Talent Search Examination 2020: The National Talent Search Examination 2020-21 (NTSE) is a national level scholarship program at secondary school level to identify and identify talented students.

 NTSE 2020: NCERT has released the NTSE 2020 notification on its official website.  Candidates studying in 10th standard in the current academic year can apply for NTSE 2020.

NTSE Phase 1: will be conducted by all states and union territories on 13 December 2020, while Phase 2: will be conducted on 13 June 2021 by NCERT nationally.  .  The NTSE exam syllabus is broadly based on class 9th and 10th.



What is NTSE exam?

 The National Talent Search Examination, known as NTSE, is conducted by the National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT) to identify talented students who wish to pursue higher education in science and social studies streams.  The NTSE scheme aims to award talented students pursuing education in the science and social studies stream with scholarships to help them continue their education.


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 NTSE is conducted every year at two levels - Stage-I (State Level), which is run by the States / Union Territories and Stage-II (National Level), which is conducted by NCERT.

The objective of the two-level exam is to identify talented students who have special abilities for science, mathematics, social science and have questions based on analytical reasoning.


 Eligibility Criteria for National Talent Search Examination Stage-1:

 NTSE Stage-I is conducted by the States / UTs.  Only Indian students are eligible to appear at this level.

 Students studying in class X are eligible to appear for the examination.

 They are required to achieve 60% marks in their Class IX in the previous academic year.

 The student should study in a recognized school in the concerned state or union territory.

 SC, ST and PH category candidates get a discount of 5% and have to score a maximum of 55% marks in their Class IX.

 Students registered under the Open Distance Learning (ODL) are also considered eligible for the scholarship examination if they are under 18 years of age (on 1 July, by year) and do not appear in the tenth grade examination.

 Eligibility Criteria for National Talent Search Examination Stage-II:

 Students scoring 80% or more in state level examination are eligible for Stage-II to be conducted by NCERT at the national level.

 Around 4000 students are shortlisted for the national level NTSE across the country.

 All students who secure the minimum required marks in Stage-II are eligible for the scholarship program.

 National Talent Search Examination Selection Process:

 For Stage I: This is a two-stage selection process for award of scholarship.  Selection is done by the States / UTs through written examination.  Students who are eligible for Stage I are eligible to appear in the Stage II examination conducted by NCERT.

 For Phase-II: There is a quota for each state and union territory based on student enrollment at the secondary level.  For general category candidates, the qualifying marks are 40% in each paper and for SC, ST, PH candidates 32% in each paper.


 NTSE Scholarship National Talent Search Examination:

 Every year 1000 scholarships are awarded, out of which 750 are unreserved.  Students who pass Stage II are eligible for the scholarship.  Under the current scheme, scholarships are offered to candidates for courses in science and social sciences up to doctoral level and medical courses in medicine, engineering and law up to second degree level.

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