NTSE Exam Centres 2020-21 for Stage 2 (State-wise) - Check Here
NTSE Exam Centres 2021 - NCERT has issued the NTSE stage 2 exam centres for the 2019-20 exam which is all set to be conducted on February 14, 2021. Students who wish to seek for a change of the exam centre can request until December 28, 2020. The list of the NTSE stage 2 exam centres will be issued by the NCERT in the month of December 2020. The complete address of the NTSE 2021 exams centres will be available on the admit card. NCERT releases the stage II exam centre list on the official website, ncert.nic.in. In addition to the NTSE exam centres 2021, the NTSE stage 2 admit card will also be released. Stage 2 NTSE exam will be conducted at a total of 37 exam centres. The number of NTSE exam centres may be increased or decreased in the current year of NTSE 2021. Students must reach the NTSE exam centres 2021, 30 minutes before the scheduled time. In case of any further change, students can submit a request to the Centre Superintendent of the examination centre. NTSE stage II exams 2021 has been postponed and the new date is to be announced soon. Read this article to know the complete information about the NTSE exam centres 2021 and details regarding NTSE admit card.
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NTSE Exam Centres 2021 (Stage II)
Students who will qualify the NTSE 2021 stage 1 exam will be eligible to appear for stage 2. The stage 2 exam will be conducted at a total of 37 exam centres. The number of exam centres may increase or decrease in this year. Refer to the list mentioned below to get a list of the NTSE 2021 exam centres for stage 2.
State-wise NTSE 2021 Test Centres for Stage 2
|Andaman & Nicobar Islands||KV No 2, Raksha Vihar, Minnie Bay|
|Andhra Pradesh||KV, Gandhi Gram Post, Malkapuram, Visakhapatnam|
|Arunachal Pradesh||KV No 2, Itanagar, Chimpu Post, Arunachal Pradesh|
|Assam||KV CRPF 9 Mile Amerigog, Kamrup, Guwahati|
|Bihar||KV No 1, Lohiya Nagar, Near Heart Hospital, Kankarbagh, Patna|
|Chandigarh||KV, ASF High Grounds, Chandigarh|
|Chhattisgarh||KV No 2, Deen Dayal Upadhyay Nagar, Sector 4, Raipur|
|Dadra & Nagar Haveli||KV, Government High School Campus, Silvassa|
|Delhi||KV No 3, Ringroad, Near Seema Sadak Bhawan|
|Goa||KV, INS Mandovi, Panjim|
|Gujarat||KV No 1, Near Police Commissioner’s Office, Shahi Baug, Ahmedabad|
|Haryana||KV No 1, AFS, Sector 14, Old Delhi Road, Gurugram|
|Himachal Pradesh||KV, Dharamshala Cantt, Kangra|
|Jammu & Kashmir||KV No 1, Gandhinagar, Jammu|
|Jharkhand||KV CCL, Rajendra Nagar, Ranchi|
|Karnataka||KV, ASC Center, Victoria Road, Bangalore, Karnataka|
|Kerala||KV No 3, Port Trust, Willingdon Island, Kochi, Ernakulam|
|Madhya Pradesh||KV No 1, Opp Central India Flour Mill, Hoshangabad Road, Bhopal|
|Maharashtra||KV, Bhandup, LBS Marg, Kanjurmarg West|
|Maharashtra||KV, BEG, Near Deccan College, Pune|
|Manipur||KV No 1, Lamphelpat, Imphal|
|Meghalaya||KV, Happy Valley, Shillong|
|Mizoram||KV, Project Pushpak Zemabawk, Aizawl|
|Nagaland||KV, CRPF Camp, Lerie Hill, Kohima, Nagaland|
|Odisha||KV No 1, Unit 9, Near Ram Mandir, Bhubaneswar|
|Puducherry||KV, IIT Campus, Chennai|
|Punjab||KV, ASF High Grounds, Chandigarh|
|Rajasthan||KV No 1, Bajaj Nagar, Opp Tonk Phatak, Jaipur|
|Sikkim||KV, Post Tadong, Middil, Siyari, Gangtok|
|Tamil Nadu||KV, IIT Campus, Chennai|
|Telangana||KV No 1, Langer House, Golconda, Hyderabad|
|Tripura||KV (GC) CRPF, Adarani, Salbagan, Agartala|
|Uttarakhand||KV ONGC, Kaulagarh Road, Dehradun|
|Uttar Pradesh||KV, Lucknow Cantt|
|Uttar Pradesh||KV, New Cantt, VD Road, Allahabad|
|West Bengal||KV, Ballygunge, Circular Road, Kolkata|
NTSE Exam Centres 2021 (Stage I)
NTSE 2021 will be held at all district Headquarters of the states. Only a few states have specific cities due to fewer applicants. Students can check the address of their NTSE Stage 1 exam centre on the admit card. It is suggested contacting the State’s Liaison Officer in case of any discrepancies in the call letter. Check the list of NTSE exam centres 2021 which is provided in the table below.
NTSE Exam Centres for Stage 1
|State||NTSE Stage 1 Exam Centres|
|Goa||Bicholim, Bardez, Pernem, Sattari, Tiswad, Ponda, Salcete, Sanguem, Canacona, Quepem, Dharbandora, Mormugao|
|Andaman & Nicobar Islands||Port Blair|
|Telangana||Headquarters of all 33 districts|
|Andhra Pradesh||Headquarters of all 13 districts|
|Assam||Click Here to check stage 1 exam centres|
|Rajasthan||All 33 district Headquarters|
|Punjab||All District's Headquarters|
|Uttar Pradesh||All District's Headquarters|
|West Bengal||All District's Headquarters|
NTSE Exam Centre 2021 - Important Points
Students should reach the exam centre for at least half an hour before the examination.
Carry all the stationery required to the exam centre NTSE 2021. Any electronic devices such as calculators, phones or others will not be allowed in the exam hall.
Students are advised to attempt the questions which they are confident in, first. The questions in which they are doubtful should be attempted later.
Try to finish the question paper at least 5 minutes earlier so that you can revise the same and correct the minor mistakes.
In case of any further queries, students can go through the NTSE 2021 preparation tips and know the step to step guide.
The admit card for the NTSE stage II exams will be released in the month of May 2021. Students will be able to download their hall ticket by entering their roll number, date-of-birth and captcha code on the login window. The admit card will include the student’s name, roll number, NTSE exam centres 2021, address, timings etc. Students must take a printout of the NTSE 2021 admit card and carry it to the exam centre of NTSE 2021 mandatorily. The admit card for the NTSE stage I exams have been released in the third week of October on the official website of NCERT.
Students must note that there is no separate NTSE application form for stage 2 exams. Because the qualified student's data is already shared to the NCERT by the state-level authority. NTSE stage I application form 2021 will be released online. It must be remembered that the NTSE exam centres 2021 are allotted on the first-cum-first basis. Therefore, students must fill out the application form as soon as possible.
Frequently Asked Question (FAQs) - NTSE Exam Centres 2020-21 for Stage 2 (State-wise) - Check Here
Question: Can a student change the NTSE stage II exam centre?
Students can contact the NCERT officials in case of the request of the NTSE stage II exam centres.
Question: When will the NTSE stage 2 exams 2021 be conducted?
NTSE stage II exam will be conducted on June 13, 2021.
Question: Will I need to fill the NTSE application form for the stage II exams?
No, the details of the qualified students are already shared by the NCERT officials, so there’s no need for filling the NTSE application form again.
Question: When will the NTSE stage II admit card 2021 be released?
NTSE stage 2 admit card 2021 will be released in the month May 2021.
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Questions related to NTSE
Hi, Will JKBOSE of jammu & kashmir conduct NTSE scholarship test in 2022-23. because the education policy in jk has changed now we have to study CBSE pattern syllabus from 2022 to onwords. Please provide me with a perfect 100% correct answer. Thanks with best regerds Aabid illahi
As per NTSE eligibility criteria, a student pursuing class 10th and below 18 years of age can give NTSE exam, regardless of which government or private school he/ she studies in.
So, even after your school shifts to CBSE syllabus, you can give NTSE exam if you are in class 10th or are about to reach in.
Hope this helps.
since it is already 8 of april and still scert mp has not declared the ntse result, do you have any idea that when will the result of ntse stage 1 of mp(madhya pradesh) will be declared.
Rajya Shiksha Kendra was supposed to release the stage 1 NTSE Madhya Pradesh result 2021 in March 2021 but now it is month of April but still they have not yet released the results noe there is any infromation from the officials when the results will be declared. Keep an eye on the official website for the latest infromation. Students can access their class 10 NTSE MP result 2021 on the official website, educationportal.mp.gov.in. NTSE MP 2021 stage 1 result is made available in the form of a merit list.
When will the NTSE stage-1 results 2020-21 for Tamilnadu will be released ? The date of result is getting postponed everytime from the announced date.
The results for NTSE Tamil Nadu Stage I will be released by the first week of April tentatively. The official date of release has not yet been announced by the DGE, Tamil Nadu. NTSE Tamil Nadu stage I result 2021 will be declared on the official website: dge.tn.gov.in. The list will contain the name of the students selected for Stage II. Stage II will be conducted on 13th June 2021.
For more information: https://school.careers360.com/articles/ntse-tamil-nadu-result
I hope this helps.
I want NTSE previous year solved papers
You can download NTSE previous year question papers along with answers by visiting our page which link is provided below
Go well through these papers as practising these papers will help you to :-
*understand the examination pattern .
* types of questions which are asked in the exam .
* you will get an idea of the difficulty level of the questions asked in the examination .
* you can also have an idea of important topics which are covered in the exam , so that you can accordingly prepare for your examination
*it will help you to check your preparation level for the examination, so that you can work on your weak areas and can perform even better in your examination.
* solving these papers on your own will help you to improve your time management skills so that in your actual examination you can solve questions with better speed and accuracy .
Best of luck for your NTSE exam preparation .
When will the merit list of karnataka ntse 2020-21 be announced? Also, what could be the cutoff for general category?
DSERT, Karnataka has released NTSE results in the form of district wise mark lists which contain the registration number and marks of all the candidates individually for GMAT and SAT and total score as well which you can check out at http://dsert.kar.nic.in/easp/ntsenmms.asp?utm_source=careers360&utm_medium=traffic, cut-offs vary every year based on number of factors though you can check out previous year cut-offs at https://school.careers360.com/articles/ntse-karnataka-result to get an idea about the same.