NTSE Haryana 2020- SCERT Haryana has released the NTSE Stage 1 applications from August 14, 2019. Students must have qualified class 9 with a minimum of 55% marks to be eligible to appear for NTSE Haryana 2020. Eligible aspirants can fill the NTSE Haryana application form till September 25, 2019 in the online mode. Haryana NTSE stage I will be conducted on November 3, 2019. The exam conducting body will release the hall ticket for Haryana NTSE 2020 in the online mode. NTSE stage 1 is commenced to shortlist deserving students for the National level stage II exam. NTSE Stage II exam will be held on May 10, 2020. Thereby selected students are awarded scholarships by NCERT.
NTSE is held at two levels. The stage 1 exam will be held on the State level while stage 2 on the National Level. Read this article to know the complete information about NTSE 2020, eligibility criteria, application forms, exam pattern and other related information.
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Name of Exam
National Talent Search Examination, Haryana
State Council of Educational Research and Training, Haryana
Mode of Examination
Duration of NTSE Exam
4 hours (2 hours per paper)
State/UT Liaison Officer & Address
Sh. Sunil Vashishta
Lecturer Commerce, S.C.E.R.T., Sohna
Road, Opp. Panchayat Bhawan, Gurugram
NTSE Official Website
We have provided a list of NTSE important dates below for the convenience of the students. It is suggested that they should keep an eye on the official website of the exam conducting body to stay acquainted with the latest updates of NTSE Haryana 2020. Refer to the table below for the important dates (tentative) of NTSE.
NTSE Haryana Dates
NTSE Haryana Application procedure begins
August 14, 2019
September 25, 2019
NTSE Haryana Stage I exam 2020
November 3, 2019
NTSE Haryana 2020 Result & Stage 1 cutoff
Fourth week of January 2020
NTSE Stage 2 Admit Card Date
NTSE Stage 2 exam
May 10, 2020
Stage 2 results
Second week of August 2020
SCERT Haryana puts forth several eligibility criteria for the candidates in order to appear in the exam. Read the clauses of NTSE eligibility criteria 2020 below:
The students appearing for NTSE Haryana 2020 must have cleared class 9 with at least 55% marks. It should be noted that eligibility criteria differ for the reserved category students.
The candidate will be awarded the scholarship if he/she takes up studies on a whole-time basis.
Getting a scholarship from any other source will lead to the cancellation of the NTS scholarship for that period/year.
Candidates who have undertaken any job with salary, stipend or remuneration are not eligible for the scholarship.
The Indian students studying abroad in Class X shall be permitted to appear directly for the stage II exam on certain conditions and norms by NCERT.
NTSE Haryana Stage 1 application form has been released online on August 14, 2019. Students can fill the NTSE 2020 application form till September 25, 2019. It is available in the online mode on the official website of SCERT, Haryana and in the offline mode in the schools. Follow the below-given steps to apply for Haryana NTSE.
Visit the official website to download Haryana NTSE 2020 application form
Click on the link given in the ‘News and Events’ section. A pdf file will open. Click on the same and download the application form. Print it and keep it safe.
Hall ticket form/Admit card will be attached in the application form.
Fill in the requisite details and students must make sure that the form is signed by them, their parents, and the school principal on both the forms. Keep the admit card form attached to the application form.
Photocopies of caste or any other special reservation certificate must be attached in case the applicant belongs to reserved categories.
Applications for NTSE Haryana 2020 must be submitted to the State’s liaison officer. Applicants can also submit the same in their schools. The school authority will further transfer it to the liaison officer.
Application fee details of NTSE Haryana are mentioned below along with the late fee amount.
Without Late Fee
With Late Fee
NTSE admit card can be downloaded online by the last week of October 2019. The NTSE Haryana 2020 admit card include the details such as the candidate's name, roll number, exam schedule, information about the test centre, etc. Students should note that carrying admit card is mandatory while sitting for the exam. No candidate will be allowed in the exam hall without the same in any condition. The admit card for stage 2 will be available in the month of May 2020.
Mental Ability Test (MAT)
General category: 40% of the maximum marks.
SC, ST, and PH: 32% of the maximum marks.
Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT)
There’s no specific NTSE 2020 Syllabus. However, as per the previous exam trend, questions are asked from the Haryana Board 9th and 10th syllabus. Check out the table mentioned below to know the important topics for NTSE Haryana 2020
Verbal Reasoning test
Alphabet Test, Analogy, Analytical Reasoning, Arithmetic Reasoning Test, Blood Relations, Classification, Mathematical Operations, Clocks, Puzzle test, Series completion Test, Tests, Verification of truth of the statements, etc.
Analogy, Analytical Reasoning, folding paper cutting, Mirror images, Problems on cubes and dice, Transparent paper folding, Water images, etc.
Scholastic Ability Test
Algebra, Arithmetic progression, basic geometry, coordinated geometry, simple and compound interest, roots, statistics, surface area and volume, etc.
Carbon and its compounds, fibers and plastics, food production and management, light, magnetism and electricity, periodic classification of elements, physical and chemical changes, source of energy, etc.
Introduction of ancient Indian History, Jainism, Buddhism, medieval architecture and culture, The Mauryas, Mughal Empire, Vedic period, etc.
Diversity and livelihood, Economic presence of the government, UN and other International Agencies, Union government, etc.
Atmosphere, industries, internal structure of earth and rocks, maps and globes, motion of the earth, solar system, natural vegetation, etc.
Students are advised to prepare for NTSE Haryana 2020 exam using sample papers. These sample papers are the solved previous year NTSE question papers which will help in knowing the exam pattern and types of questions asked. Apart from this, students can refer to NTSE Haryana Question Papers. This will help them to know the important topics and help them plan the time management. It must be noted that the exam is conducted in a definite pattern every year. Refer to the NTSE sample papers provided below for the better exam preparation.
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NTSE Haryana answer key will be released on the official website of SCERT after the declaration of results. Many coaching institutes also provide the NTSE answer key. Students must check the official website frequently after the declaration of results for the answer key notification. NTSE Haryana 2020 answer key carries the correct answers to all the questions asked in the exam. Students can use this answer key to compare their answers with the correct ones and calculate their probable score.
SCERT Haryana will release the NTSE Haryana result in the fourth week of January 2020. The result will be out in the form of a merit list. Candidates can check their results online. NTSE Haryana result includes details such as student's name, roll number, name of the school, section-wise marks, overall score, rank etc. Last year a total of 198 students cleared NTSE stage 1, 2019 Haryana exam. It must be noted that only the students who qualify the State level exam will be allowed to sit in the stage 2 exam. The final NTSE stage 2 result will be announced in September 2020.
SCERT Haryana will release NTSE Haryana cutoff along with the result in the third week of March 2020. The cutoff marks are the minimum qualifying marks for the exam. Candidates who will obtain these respective marks will be able to appear for the Stage 2 National level NTSE exam in the third week of June 2020. The NTSE Haryana 2019 cutoff for General candidates came out to be 161, 149 for OBC and 128 for SC candidates. Check out the table below to know the detailed NTSE Stage 1 cutoff.
NTSE Haryana 2019 Cutoff
Total Score of MAT and SAT Maximum Marks out of 200
Total Score of MAT and SAT Cutoff
NTSE is a programme whose sole purpose is to award the scholarship to deserving students. Under this programme, around 2000 scholarships are distributed to the selected candidates in NTSE stage 2. NTSE scholarship 2020 category-wise amount is tabulated below.
Rs. 1,250/ month
As per UGC norms.
Haryana NTSE reservation criteria are tabulated below:
26.5% of 1000
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