NTSE Jammu & Kashmir 2020- JKBOSE will conduct the Jammu & Kashmir NTSE 2020 exam on November 17, 2019. The application process for Jammu and Kashmir NTSE 2020 has begun from September 7, 2019. Students pursuing class 10 from any recognized school in Jammu & Kashmir can apply for stage 1 NTSE J&K exam till October 5, 2019. All the filled application forms need to be attested by respective head of the schools. Students who submit their completed application in the stipulated time will be able to collect their admit card from their school in the last week of October 2019. Aspirants who qualify NTSE Stage 1 Jammu & Kashmir will be eligible to appear for stage 2 of NTSE Exam.
National Talent Scholarship Exam will be conducted in 2 tiers i.e. Stage 1 (State Level) and Stage 2 (National Level). NCERT will conduct the NTSE 2020 stage II exam on May 10, 2020. Read further for details on Jammu & Kashmir NTSE 2020, eligibility criteria, the application process, result.
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Name of the examination
National Talent Search Examination, Jammu & Kashmir
NTSE Jammu & Kashmir 2020
Level of the exam
Jammu & Kashmir State Board of Secondary Education (JKBOSE)
State/UT Liaison Officer & Addresses
Dr. Aliya Qayoom, Assistant Director (Srinagar)Mr. Suresh Kumar Gouria, Academic Officer ( Jammu), J K Bose, Jammu & Kasmir-190018.
For class 10 students only
Mode of examination
Pen and paper
Mode of Application
Frequency of Exam
Know the complete schedule for all the events related to the exam. NTSE 2020 important dates given in the table are tentative and will be updated after the release of official notification.
September 7, 2019
October 5, 2019
NTSE stage 1 Exam 2020
November 17, 2019
Stage 1 Result
First week of February 2020
Stage 2 Admit Card Date
NTSE Stage 2 Exam Date
May 10, 2020
NTSE 2020 Stage 2 Result
The below mentioned NTSE 2020 eligibility criteria must be met to be eligible for the exam.
Students pursuing class 10 from any school recognized including Kendriya Vidyalaya, Navodaya Vidyalaya, and Sainik School, Top Schools in J&K, etc. can apply for stage 1.
Must score at least 60% marks in class 9 to be eligible for NTSE 2020 Exam Jammu & Kashmir.
For reserved categories i.s. SC, ST, and OBC candidates can avail 5% relaxation.
Open or distance learning students can also apply for the exam.
There is no domicile restriction. The age of candidates doesn’t exceed 18 years and isn’t employed.
NMMS scholarship holders can appear for NTSE Jammu & Kashmir.
The link to download the application form will be updated here. Students can download the NTSE 2020 application form from the official website or obtain from Jammu & Kashmir state liaison officer from the first week of August 2019. The application process will be concluded in the last week of September 2020
To apply for Jammu & Kashmir NTSE exam, follow the points provided below.
Click here to download the application form of NTSE JK.
Fill all the required credentials on the application forms.
Two photographs, a copy of reservation certificate need to be attached if a candidate belongs to reserved categories i.e.SC, ST, PH.
Attach pay-in-slip of demand draft paid in favour of the state liaison officer.
Get the application form attested from the principal office.
Application forms need to be submitted to the branch office of JKBOSE.
NTSE JK Application Fee - Rs. 190 to be paid through demand draft deposited in JK Bank to specified account number.
To apply for Pre-Matric scholarship for financial assistance, check National Scholarship Portal 2019
Students must collect their admit card from their respective school in the last week of October 2019. NTSE 2020 Admit Card is of most important as no candidate will be allowed to enter inside the examination hall without verification card.
Exam of NTSE Jammu & Kashmir consists of two exams i.e. the Mental Ability Test (MAT), and Scholastic Ability Test (SAT). NTSE exam pattern consists of details of test mode, duration of each test, a number of questions asked. No negative marking for wrong questions. Language Comprehension Test has been excluded from the exam.
For detailed information on exam pattern, refer the table below.
Name of Exam
Number of questions
Duration of Time(in Minutes)
Mental Ability Test (MAT)
Each question 1 mark
MCQ, Objective type
Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT)
100 questions for 1 mark each.
Social Science - 40
JKBOSE or NCERT does not prescribe NTSE syllabus for stage 1, so students must refer CBSE class 10 syllabus. MAT section consists of questions asked from verbal and non-verbal reasoning to test one's problem-solving skills. SAT section comprises the factual questions from Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Mathematics, History, Geography, Political Science. Students must refer NCERT syllabus for SAT test preparation as it is resembling with NTSE syllabus.
Candidates must plan a strategy to prepare for NTSE exam along with class 10 such that they come out in flying colors. To do so, one must have a detailed knowledge of the exam pattern, syllabus and study accordingly. Students must follow the below mentioned NTSE preparation tips while preparing for the exam.
Conceptual clarity is the key to success. Instead of cramming, understand the concepts with the help of teachers.
Take the help of experts and teachers before choosing the books for exam preparation. So refer to the Best NTSE Books which contain all concepts in a simplified manner.
One of the important steps is to practice NTSE previous year papers to plan and understand how to attempt the exam.
Revise the concepts as much as you can. The more you revise, the stronger will be your concepts.
Practice with NTSE sample papers to get an idea about marking scheme, types of questions asked and evaluate the preparation level.
JKBOSE will not release the officially answer key. But few leading coaching institutes will release the NTSE 2020 Answer Key in the third week of November 2019. This will help students to know the probable scores before the result is announced.
JKBOSE will announce NTSE 2020 Jammu and Kashmir result on the official website in the first week of February 2020. The results contain details like the name of the candidate, school name, overall scores, and section-wise scores. NTSE 2020 result will be released in a form of merit list. Shortlisted students will be eligible to appear in the NTSE Stage 2 exam.
Students can expect the NTSE 2020 Cutoff to be released after one week of the declaration of result. The cutoff is the minimum score that one needs to obtain in order to qualify the exam. Refer the table to know the cutoff category-wise
Qualifying cut off
Around 2000 candidates are awarded the scholarship by NCERT after qualifying the NTSE stage 2 exam. NTSE 2020 Scholarship is funded by HRD Ministry, Govt. of India, under the NTSE program. Mentioned below is the scholarship amount distributed among the students.
Classes 11th to 12th
Rs. 1,250 per month
UG and PG
Rs. 2,000 per month
As per UGC norms.
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