NTSE Maharashtra 2020- MSCE has released the NTSE stage 1 application form for Maharashtra state on August 6, 2019. Class 10 Students of Maharashtra are eligible to apply for the NTSE 2020 scholarship exam till September 11, 2019. Maharashtra State Council of Examinations (MSCE) conducts NTSE Maharashtra Stage 1 on November 17, 2019. NCERT will conduct the stage 2 on May 10, 2020. Candidates are advised to collect the Maharashtra NTSE applications from their respective schools. There are two sections in the NTSE Exam namely Mental Ability Test (MAT) and Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) of 100 marks each. Each section needs to be answered within a duration of 120 minutes and to qualify, a student needs to secure 40% (32% for SC/ST/PH) in both the papers separately.
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NTSE 2020 is held in two stages; stage 1 is the state level talent search exam which is also the qualifying exam for stage 2. National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT) will conduct stage 2 NTSE 2020. Read the article for further details on NTSE Maharashtra 2020 including dates, result, merit list, cutoff and more.
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Name of the examination
National Talent Search Examination
Maharashtra State Council of Examinations ( MSCE)
State/UT Liaison Officer &
Sh.Sukhdeo Hari Dere
Maharashtra State Council of
17-Dr. Ambedkar Road
Mode of examination
Pen and paper.
Medium of Exam
Marathi and English
Start of Applications
August 6, 2019
Last Date to Apply for NTSE Maharashtra 2020
September 11, 2019
Deadline for submitting the application with late fee
September 18, 2019
NTSE Maharashtra 2020
November 17, 2019
NTSE Maharashtra Result
second week of March 2020
NTSE 2020 Stage 2 Exam Date
May 10, 2020
MSCE will release the NTSE Maharashtra application form online in the second week of August 2019. The last date to apply will fall in September, while students could submit the form with late fee till last week of September 2019. Students can also acquire the NTSE Application form from their respective schools, fill it offline and submit it after paying the required fee (Rs. 120). Students will also be able to download the form online by clicking on the link given on this page and registering themselves. After filling the form, they should submit the same to their schools. NTSE Maharashtra 2020 application form will then be submitted to the state liaison’s officer by the school authority before the last date. Candidates have to enter the following details while registering for Maharashtra NTSE 2020:
The details on examination fee for Maharashtra NTSE 2020 are given below. Candidates have to pay the exam fee through SBI (State Bank of Indian) Challan only.
Also, Read National Scholarship Portal for other checking other available scholarships.
NTSE Maharashtra Application fee details
Payment of fee
Amount to be paid
Payment of application fee on time
Application fee with late fee till September 18, 2019
Mental Ability Test (MAT)
100 questions worth 1 mark each.
For general category: 40% of the maximum marks.
For SC, ST, and PH: 32% of the maximum marks.
Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT)
Applicants should prepare with sample papers for the exam. Students can download the sample papers for NTSE 2020 from the official website of NCERT under the title ‘Learn about the test’. Practicing with NTSE Maharashtra question papers will help students to get familiar with the new exam pattern, marking scheme, time duration etc, of the exam. This also makes students ready for the D-day.
Students who appeared for Maharashtra NTSE 2020 will be able to check the official answer key on the main website of SERTs. The Maharashtra NTSE answer key contains all correct answers to the questions asked in the exam. Candidates should use the answer key to calculate an estimate of their scores for NTSE Maharashtra 2020.
The result of NTSE Maharashtra 2020 will contain MAT, SAT and overall scores of each candidate. Students can check their results at the official website of MSCE, Pune. Along with the result, the Council will also release the cutoff and merit list for the state. Shortlisted candidates will sit for NTSE stage 2 exam. The NTSE stage 2 result will be announced in the month of September. A total of 2000 selected students will be awarded the NTSE scholarship.
Students appearing for the exam can check the NTSE Maharashtra cutoff marks to prepare well for the test. NTSE Maharashtra cutoff are the least qualifying score to qualify for NTSE Stage II Exam. The cut off scores for MAT, SAT, and overall scores are available below along with the qualifying cutoff for NTSE Maharashtra 2020.
Under NTSE programme, 2000 scholarships are distributed each year by the national conducting body, NCERT. Students selected through NTSE Maharashtra 22020 will sit for NTSE stage 2 and compete for the NTSE scholarships.NTSE Scholarship amount
Classes 11th to 12th
Rs. 1,250 per month
Rs. 2,000 per month
As per UGC norms.
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Monetarily Weaker Section (EWS) in India is a subcategory of individuals having a place with the General Category having a yearly family pay under ₹8 lakhs and who don't have a place with any saved class, for example, SC/ST/OBC (focal rundown). In the event that an EWS competitor's yearly family salary is over as far as possible, at that point he/she will be perceived as an up-and-comer from General class and not from EWS classification.
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U can easily access PDF of ncert class 9 an 10 books and also u must read the related topics from the icse textbook.
Or u can get the study material of some institutes like Allen, motion and all through dlp.In a day along with the icse syllabus you must take out a minimum of half an hour and study for ntse.
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