NTSE Cut off 2020 for Stage 1 & 2 - Check State-wise NTSE Exam Cutoff Here
NTSE Cutoff 2020- The state-level conducting authorities of Rajasthan, AP, Assam, Haryana have declared the NTSE 2020 cut off. The stage 1 NTSE cutoff 2020 are made available online along with the result and merit list. The cut off of NTSE 2020 is the minimum qualifying marks required by students to qualify the stage 1 exam. NTSE cut off 2020 for stage 1 exam is provided in this article for a few states. Official NTSE cutoff 2020 for other states will be released in February/March 2020. NTSE 2020 cut off for stage 1 is decided, based on the number of students appeared, difficulty level and other factors. Students can check the category-wise expected NTSE 2020 cutoff and previous year's cutoff in this article. Students have to qualify both SAT and MAT paper with NTSE cut off. Stage 1 NTSE was conducted on November 2, 3 & 17, 2019. Stage 2 exams of NTSE 2020 were all set to be held on May 10, 2020, which stand postponed now. The cutoff of NTSE 2020 for stage 2 will be declared by NCERT in August 2020 at ncert.nic.in. Check expected NTSE cut off 2020 by coaching institutes, and previous year’s NTSE cutoff below.
Latest: NTSE stage II exam 2020 has been postponed due to the Coronavirus outbreak. Earlier the stage II exam was scheduled on May 10, 2020. Know details here.
State-wise NTSE Cutoff 2020
Some states have released NTSE 2020 cutoff marks for their state-level stage 1 exams. Students can check the following table to know about the cutoff for their state:
NTSE Cutoff 2020 (Released)
|NTSE Assam Cut Off||159||135||132||140|
Other States NTSE Cut Off 2019 (Stage 1)
Students can click the below given link to check the last year's NTSE stage 1 cutoff
State-wise NTSE Cut off 2019, 2018, 2017
|NTSE Delhi Cutoff||NTSE Karnataka Cutoff||NTSE Kerala Cutoff|
|NTSE Chandigarh Cut off||NTSE Jharkhand Cut Off|
|NTSE Madhya Pradesh Cutoff||NTSE Meghalaya Cut Off|
|NTSE Arunachal Pradesh Cutoff||NTSE Tripura Cutoff|
|NTSE Goa Cut Off||NTSE Uttarakhand Cutoff|
NTSE Cut off 2020 (Stage 1)
The following table is showing expected NTSE cut off 2020 stage 1. The cutoff can increase or decrease on the basis of various factors.
State-wise NTSE 2020 Cutoff Marks (Expected)
To be available
To be available
NTSE 2020 Qualifying Marks
MAT (out of 100)
SAT (out of 100)
NTSE Cutoff 2020- Determining Factors
NTSE cut off 2020 stage 1 is the important factor that decides which students to be selected for stage 2 exam. So while preparing NTSE 2020 Cutoff, various factors are kept in mind. Some of the determining factors of NTSE Cutoff 2020 (Stage 1) are mentioned below:
- Total number of students appeared for the exam
- Available state-level quota
- Maximum marks scored by a Student
- Lowest marks of a Student
- Reservation criteria
- The difficulty level of exam
NTSE Cutoff 2019 (Stage 1)
Daman & Diu
NTSE Cutoff 2020 (Stage 2) - Important Points
National Council of Education Research and Training (NCERT) will release stage 2 NTSE 2020 cutoff.
NTSE cut off 2020 will be declared in the last week of August 2020 along with NTSE Stage 2 result.
Cutoff of NTSE will be in PDF format showing the NTSE merit list which is made available online on the official website
Students can analyze the past year NTSE cutoff trends to get an idea of how much to score to qualify.
NTSE Cutoff 2019 (Category-wise)
NTSE Cut off
Scheduled Tribes (ST)
Scheduled Caste (SC)
NTSE Cutoff 2018 (Stage 2)
Maximum marks out of 197
Cut Off Marks
General – PH1
General – PH2
General – PH3
Scheduled Caste (SC)
SC – PH1
SC – PH2
Scheduled Tribe (ST)
ST – PH1
ST – PH2
NTSE cutoff 2017 and 2016
Cut Off 2017 (Out of 143)
Cut Off 2016 (Out of 145)
Scheduled Caste (SC)
Scheduled Tribe (ST)
Physically Handicapped (PwD)
Previous Year's NTSE Cutoff Analysis
In 2019, the number of NTSE Scholarship was increased from 1000 to 2000.
The difficulty level of the exam was also lower compared to NTSE 2018. It was seen that NTSE cutoff was reduced that year
NTSE 2020 will also be conducted for 2000 scholarships. The cutoff of NTSE 2020, however, is expected to be higher than 2019 due to high competition levels.
NTSE Cutoff Analysis (2019 vs 2018)
NTSE Result 2020
SCERTs for states and UTs will release the result and NTSE cut off 2020 stage 1 separately from January onwards. Candidates who have appeared for the exam on November 2, 3 and 17, 2019 can check the NTSE result 2020 for their respective states. Stage 2 qualified candidates will be able to check their NTSE 2020 result online after NCERT announces it in August. Students who qualify in it stand the chance of availing one of the 2000 scholarships that will be awarded by NCERT.
NTSE 2020 Reservation Scheme
NTSE 2019 State Quota
|Andaman & Nicobar Islands||20|
|Daman & Diu||20|
|Dadra & Nagar Haveli||20|
|Jammu & Kashmir||64|
Frequently Asked Question (FAQs) - NTSE Cut off 2020 for Stage 1 & 2 - Check State-wise NTSE Exam Cutoff Here
Question: Why am I not selected after securing cutoff marks?
Students are selected on the basis of NTSE cutoff marks if they qualify the exam. So ensure that you have secured qualifying marks in each section.
Question: Will stage 2 NTSE cutoff marks be changed for each state?
No, stage 2 NTSE cutoff 2020 will be released same for each state. The marks will be changed as per the category.
Question: How NTSE 2020 cutoff is determined?
NTSE cutoff 2020 is calculated by the respective exam conducting authority on the basis of pre-determined factors such as number of students, available seats, exam difficulty level, etc.
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Questions related to NTSE
Ntse class 6 question paper 2019
Sorry, but the NTSE examination is mostly conducted for the students Studying in class 10th. The conducting body for the exam.is NCERT. Earlier it used to be only for class 10th students aiming to provide them scholarship for future studies in the field of science, but now it is also conducted at class 8th and 9th level. But still, there's no provision till now for class 6th students to give NTSE exam.
If you want to ask about some other exam, go for it.
Hope you understand.
I want 2020 May 26 NTSE online exam question paper and key
It is quite difficult for us to provide you latest question papers for NTSE exam but still I am giving you the link below through which you can download previous year question papers of NTSE exam .
Best of luck.
how to become topper in NTSE as i am in class 10 also give me timetable to crack both board and NTSE exam
There is no such time table or schedule which can make you a topper. You just need to remember a few points during your preparation. For NTSE the first thing that you need to work on is your mathematics skills. A student good in maths has an edge over the others in solving the MAT section.Language-The language paper will not be too tough but see to it that you don't take too much time in it.Science paper will be strictly based on your state/central board's prescribed syllabus books.Books like Tata McGraw Hill are very useful for NTSE prep( especially for SST and MAT).There is also Arihant's preparation book for NTSE. Give online tests as many as you can.They really help you to manage your time well.Have a proper idea of time. Make sure you don't waste too much time on one question/section. Otherwise you may not get the time to complete the paper.Try to complete the paper atleast 15mins early so that you have time to revise the paper. You follow the same tips for board exam as well like focusing on the important points and revising concepts. Solve past years exam papers. If you are consistent in your work, you can definitely top these exams. Don't lose hope. All the best.
Hope this helps!
Hi, my name is Ayush Kumar Singh. I am from supaul,Bihar. My question is..... I am now in class 10th in 2020 and in next year i will move to class 11th. Do then also i can enroll in NTSE exam. in class 11th.
Hi Ayush Kumar Singh,
According to the latest eligibility criteria of National Talent Search Examination (NTSE), students who are currently enrolled in class 10 from any recognized school/board are eligible to apply for NTSE exam.
So, after coming in Class 11 you can't enroll for NTSE exam.
Refer here for more info - https://school.careers360.com/exams/ntse
Feel free to ask doubts in the Comment Section.
I hope this information helps you.
Is there is resevation for obc category in ntse jharkhand stage1 ??
Sorry to say you but there is no such kinds of reservations for OBC category in NTSE Jharkhand stage 1. But there is reservation for other categories. Hope this will help you .
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