NTSE Kerala Cutoff 2020 - SCERT, Kerala will release the NTSE Stage 1 cutoff in the month of March 2020 on scert.kerala.gov.in. Only students who score equal to or above the Kerala NTSE cutoff will be called for the NTSE Stage II. NTSE Kerala cutoff is the minimum score a student needs to achieve in the NTSE exam to get shortlisted. NTSE result for Kerala has already been released, therefore, students can expect the stage I cutoff soon. The cutoff marks depend on different factors like the difficulty level of questions asked in the exam, the number of students appeared in the exam, state quota and more. Students can get the estimate of expected NTSE Kerala Cutoff 2020 by checking the last year's trends. NTSE Kerala 2020 Stage 1 was conducted on November 17, 2019. This helps them to make a good study plan for NTSE Kerala 2020. Read the article to check the previous year's and expected NTSE Kerala cutoff 2020-Latest: SCERT, Kerala has declared the NTSE Kerala result 2020. Check merit list now. Students will be able to check the NTSE Kerala cutoff 2020 soon.NTSE Kerala Answer Key 2020 released for Stage 1 on November 17, 2019.
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The Kerala NTSE cutoff 2020 is the minimum score required to qualify stage 1 of NTS examination. NTSE Kerala cutoff marks vary on different factors such as
Last year, a total of 114 students were shortlisted for stage II.
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We have created expected NTSE Kerala cutoff 2020 on the basis of the last year's cutoff. However, the cutoff marks vary after considering the difficulty level of the NTSE Kerala 2020 and the number of students appeared.
The cutoff marks were issued along with the NTSE result 2020. A table below is provided to give students an understanding of paper-wise NTSE Kerala cutoff-
Refer to the given table to check category wise NTSE Stage 1 cutoff for Kerala State.
Cut off marks
After the declaration of cutoff, students should start their preparation for the Stage II exam. NTSE 2020 is scheduled to be held on May 10, 2020. NCERT conducts the stage 2 exam at the national level. Students should refer to the NCERT Class 9th & 10th syllabus to prepare for the stage-II examination. NCERT will announce the final NTSE Stage 2 result 2020 in the month of August 2020. Check the last year's NTSE Stage 2 cutoff below
MAT & SAT - Maximum marks out of 197
Cut Off Marks
Only students who pass stage 2 with the final cutoff will receive the scholarship amount.
Rs. 1250 per month for class 11 and 12.
Rs. 2000 per month at UG and PG level.
For PhD pursuing candidates, the scholarship is provided as per UGC norms.
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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.
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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.
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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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We do a lot & encourage the children participating in NTSE & other examination even if children are prepared, We do provide the children support also but not for everybody, We make it optional for students those who want to appear such examination. There is not structured programme for it but we do offer to support the children those who are preparing for the examination. At higher level we also extend for the support of SAT examination. We do have NDA academy & coaching support. But we want to bring up leaders coming up with lot of values that’what the future of the society that we encourage the students go for such kind of training.
Ms. Shanti Krishnamurthy
(Director, Central Chinmaya Mission Trust (CCMT) Education Cell)
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