NTSE Kerala Cutoff 2020
Maniprabha.singh, 19 Aug 2019, #NTSE
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NTSE Kerala Cutoff 2020 - SCERT, Kerala will release the NTSE Stage 1 cutoff in the month of January 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. 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. 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-

NTSE Kerala Cutoff 2020- Important Dates

SCERT will declare the NTSE Kerala result 2020 along with the cutoff marks. Below is a list of events and dates related to NTSE Kerala cutoff is provided to help students in tracking the same on time.

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Events

Dates

NTSE Kerala stage 1 exam

November 17, 2019

NTSE Kerala Result & Cutoff Release

January 2020

Release of NTSE Stage 2 Admit Card

April 2020

Exam Date of NTSE Stage II

May 10, 2020

NTSE Stage II Result & CutoffAugust 2020

Factor Affecting NTSE Kerala Cutoff 2020

The Kerala NTSE cutoff 2020 is the minimum score required to qualify the stage 1 of NTS examination. NTSE Kerala cutoff marks vary on different factors such as

  1. Number of Students Appeared in the exam
  2. Difficulty Level of the Kerala NTSE question paper
  3. Highest and lowest number secured by a candidate.
  4. Kerala State Quota

Last year, a total of 114 students were shortlised for stage II.

NTSE Kerala Cutoff 2019-20 (Expected)

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.

CategoriesCutoff Score
General145-155
OBC130- 140
SC105- 115
ST85- 95


NTSE Kerala Cutoff 2018-19

CategoriesCutoff Score
General146
OBC128
SC103
ST84
General-PH90
General-OBC82
SC-PH70


Kerala NTSE Cutoff 2017-18 (Paper-wise)

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-

Categories

MAT

SAT

General

39

67

SC

28

49

ST

29

36

NTSE Kerala Cutoff 2017-18

Refer to the given table to check category wise NTSE Stage 1 cutoff for Kerala State.

Categories

Cut off marks

General

106

OBC

80

PH

78

SC

77

ST

65

NTSE Stage II Result & Cutoff

After the declaration of cutoff and NTSE result 2020, 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

Category

MAT & SAT - Maximum marks out of 197

Cut Off Marks

General

186

150

Scheduled Caste

149

122

Scheduled Tribe

145

113

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 Ph.D pursuing candidates, the scholarship is provided as per UGC norms.


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