NTSE Chandigarh 2020 - SCERT has released the Chandigarh NTSE Stage 1 answer key 2020 on November 15, 2019 for MAT and SAT exam. The admit cards for NTSE Chandigarh 2020 were made available from October 21 to 25, 2019 in offline mode which could be collected by a concerned person of a school. NTSE Chandigarh Stage 1 application form was also released in offline mode and students could apply before September 5, 2019. Only students studying in class 10 could apply for NTSE Chandigarh 2020 exam by filling the application form in offline mode. NTSE Chandigarh Stage 1 exam 2020 was held on November 3, 2019. It is an offline examination to select candidates for stage 2 exam which is conducted at the National level by NCERT. The result for the same will be made available online in January 2020. Selected candidates will go for NTSE final exam and after that finally selected candidates will be eligible for NTSE Scholarship. Read further to get more details about NTSE Chandigarh 2020, Application form, Admit card, Result, cut-off etc.
Latest: NTSE Chandigarh answer key released for MAT and SAT exam.
Candidates can check the NTSE Important dates in the table below along with all important events:
NTSE Chandigarh Application form
August 2, 2019
Last date to Apply
September 5, 2019
NTSE stage 1 Admit card
October 21 to 25, 2019
NTSE Chandigarh 2020 Exam
November 3, 2019
Result of NTSE Chandigarh
NTSE Stage 2 exam
Second Week of May 2020
Stage 2 Final Result
SCERT has released the answer key of NTSE Chandigarh 2020 in online mode.
Most of the renowned institutes have also released the answer key of NTSE stage 1 exam on the same day of the exam.
Candidates can download the NTSE Answer Key and use it.
The answer key is useful to calculate the estimated score before the releasing of the result.
SCERT, Chandigarh will release the result of NTSE stage 1 exam in online mode. The result will be available in the first week of February 2020 in the form of merit list. Candidates can access their result through the link given above. NTSE result will contain the details of the selected candidates for stage 2 exam. Final selected candidates will be eligible to get a scholarship after the declaration of NTSE stage 2 result.
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SCERT Chandigarh declares stage 1 cutoff along with the result.
Candidates who secure the cutoff marks will be eligible to go for the next stage and can find their name in the merit list.
NTSE cutoff marks are the least marks need to score to crack the exam.
NCERT provides the scholarship amount to candidates who clear the stage 2 exam. The scholarship is provided up to Ph.D level as per NCERT norms. Candidates of all categories will receive the same scholarship amount. NTSE scholarship amounts at different levels are given below:
Rs.1250/- at Higher Secondary level.
Rs.2000/- at Graduate and Post Graduate level.
For Ph.D degree, the scholarship is provided as per UGC norms.
Candidates passed class 9th and appearing in 10th class during the year 2019-20 are eligible to apply for NTSE 2020 exam.
Candidate must have scored 61% or above in class 9 examination during the year 2018-19 to fulfil NTSE eligibility criteria.
SCERT Chandigarh provides the 5% relaxation in marks for students belonging to SC and PH Category.
Students registered under Open distance learning can also apply for this exam. The candidates should be below the age of 18 years, should not be employed and appearing in NTSE examination for the first time.
SCERT Chandigarh releases the application form for stage 1 exam in online and offline mode. But forms are submitted in offline mode to the Director of SCERT. NTSE Application form will be made available in the month of August 2019. Candidates can follow these steps to fill the Application form:
Download the form or get it from the respective school authority.
Fill all the details correctly and carefully.
Paste recent passport size photograph of candidates.
Attach required documents such as caste certificate for the candidate belonging to Scheduled Caste /OBC Category and medical certificate for candidate belonging to a physically challenged group.
Submit this Application form to the respective school authority along with application fee.
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NTSE Chandigarh 2020 - Application Fee
SCERT Chandigarh determines the application fee for the stage 1 exam. Candidates will have to pay the application fee while filling the form.
Separate admit cards are released for stage 1 and stage 2 exam.
The admit cards for the NTSE stage 1 exam has been made available in offline mode.
The representative of the school could collect admit cards from SCERT Chandigarh.
Candidates can get their NTSE admit card from the respective school authority before the exam.
This admits card is mandatory to carry on exam day else candidate will not able to write Chandigarh NTSE 2020 exam.
First of all, analyze NTSE Syllabus to know about the topics and sub-topics to be studied for the exam.
Go through NTSE exam pattern and make a strategy and study time table to crack the NTSE Chandigarh 2020 exam.
Read NCERT Books to grasp the concepts and then move to other reference books to get more information.
Practise is everything. So solve NTSE Question Papers to practise with types of questions asked in the exam. In such a way, candidates will come to know about their shortcomings and can improve them.
Read NTSE Topper interview to know about their strategies to crack NTSE exam.
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Result for NTSE Kerala stage-1 is scheduled to be declared in the second week of February. SCERT (State Council of Educational Research and Training) has released the merit list of candidates who are qualified for stage-2.
You can check out that merit list by clicking on given link :
Merit list of NTSE Kerala 2020 (http://www.scert.kerala.gov.in/images/2020/ntse%20stage%201%20result%20on%20web%202019-20.pdf)
For more details about NTSE Kerala you can go through this
Hope this helps you.
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The result of NTSE Kerala 2020 will be declared by end of February or first week of March 2020. Students will be able to check NTSE Kerala result 2020 from the official website by clicking at this link -
Click at this link to know more about NTSE Kerala-
Hope this was helpful.
The NTSE result of kerala was supposed to published during the second week of february but it wasn't.
its not the case of your satte alone there are many other states whose result are still pending.
Ill attach a link here where you can find the cutoffs of all the states and ill even provide a link of expected marks in terms of previous year analysis.
HOPE IT HELPS!
Kindly mention here the state, You are asking about NTSE result so that I can provide you the information related result.
NTSE Madhya Pradesh results will be declared by Rajya Shiksha Kendra in pdf format mentioning the personal details such as name, roll number etc and exam related details such as total marks, SAT and MAT scores. The tentative date for announcement of result is March'2020.
You can stay updated at the official website at mponline.gov.in
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