NTSE Punjab 2020 - The admit card of Punjab NTSE 2020 for stage 1 has been released online on October 15, 2019. Schools can download the NTSE Punjab admit card 2020 by entering username and password. Students can collect the admit card from their respective schools. The NTSE Punjab application last date has been concluded. NTSE Punjab 2020 stage 1 exam will be held on November 3, 2019, in offline mode. SCERT provides proper study material, test papers, mock test papers to help students preparing for NTSE exam. NTSE Punjab 2020 result will be declared in the last week of January 2020. Around 190 selected students will go for stage 2 NTSE 2020 exam conducted by NCERT and finally selected ones, will be able to get scholarships. Read more to know about NTSE Punjab 2020, dates, application form, Admit card, syllabus, result and cutoff etc.
To know about all the events of Punjab NTSE stage 1 exam Check NTSE important dates in the table given below:
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NTSE Punjab Registration start date
September 10, 2019
Last date to submit application
October 10, 2019
Stage 1 Admit card date
October 15, 2019
Punjab NTSE Mock Test and answer key date
Last week of October 2019
NTSE Punjab 2020 Exam Date(Stage 1)
November 3, 2019
NTSE stage 1 answer key date
First week of December 2019
NTSE Punjab Result & Cutoff date
Last week of January 2020
Stage 2 NTSE Admit card date
NTSE Final exam date
May 10, 2020
Final NTSE Result date
SCERT Punjab has released the NTSE Punjab admit card 2020 for stage 1 exam in online mode which can be downloaded through school logins only. Students can collect their NTSE 2020 admit card from October 15, 2019 from respective schools. The NTSE Punjab admit card will contain the details of students and exam center address along with the roll number. This hall ticket is mandatory to carry to exam hall else student will not be allowed to sit for Punjab NTSE.
SCERT prescribed no NTSE syllabus for stage 1 exam however the level of questions will be based on class 9 and 10.
MAT section consists of questions from verbal and non-verbal reasoning to test student’s problem-solving skills.
SAT section comprises the questions from Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Mathematics, History, Geography, Political Science.
The questions will be asked from class 9 and class 10 PSEB Syllabus and CBSE syllabus.
Number of Questions
SCERT Punjab has released the NTSE Punjab mock tests for the stage 1 exam to help students to prepare well. Students can download the same through the official website and practice with it. Next day, SCERT will release the answer key of mock test. Download the same and match answers with the solved ones. Candidates can also download NTSE Punjab question papers to practise with previous year test papers. In such a way, students will be able to analyze their preparation level and they can work to improve their shortcomings.
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According to Nelson Mandela, “It always seems impossible until it’s done”. So students should stay calm and concentrate on preparation. Here we have compiled some preparation tips & tricks recommended by NTSE Toppers and exam experts:
Knowing syllabus, exam pattern, marking scheme is the crucial step to prepare for NTSE Punjab 2020.
Instead of cramming, grasp the concepts with the help of teachers to keep concepts remembered.
Read NCERT books and other best books for NTSE to ace the exam.
Prepare for MAT section with the help of mentor or teacher and for SAT section, students can prepare along with regular study as the syllabus is almost the same for both. They should read class 9 books also to prepare well for the SAT section.
Practise with NTSE sample papers to know about marking scheme, types and number of questions asked and evaluate preparation level.
Do not panic and take proper diet and sleep to keep the mind fresh.
SCERT publishes the official answer key of Punjab NTSE stage 1 in online mode. It will be made available through the official website in the first week of December 2019. NTSE answer key comprises the answers to all the questions asked. Students can visit: ssapunjab.org to download official answer key. Using it they can calculate probable score and match with NTSE cutoff to know the chances of their selection.
NCERT determined the reservation criteria for scholarships which is followed by all the states/UTs. SCERT select students based on the following reservation criteria:
15% for SC
7.5% for ST
27% for OBC (Non-Creamy Layer)
4% for PH
SCERT will release the cutoff marks for NTSE Punjab 2020 in the Last week of January 2020. The cutoff is published for all category candidates which is based on various predetermined factors. These are the marks that are mandatory to score to get selected for stage 2 exam. Students can check previous year’s cutoff marks and get an estimate about this year cutoff using the link given above.
Along with cutoff, SCERT also releases the result of stage 1 NTSE Punjab 2020. The result will be released on official website. Students can download their NTSE result in form of pdf file. Overall result file will contain the result of all the students appeared for the exam and merit list mentions selected students’ basic details along with other details.
Around 190 candidates are selected for the second stage of the NTSE and after the declaration of NTSE stage 2 result, finally selected students will be able to avail scholarships at different levels as given below:
Classes 11th to 12th
Rs. 1,250 per month
UG and PG
Rs. 2,000 per month
As per UGC norms.
A student must check the detailed eligibility criteria before filling the application form as SCERT can reject any application if a student is found ineligible. Go through the NTSE eligibility criteria.
Students must have scored 70% marks in aggregate in class 9 exams whereas SC/ST/PH students can apply with 55% marks only.
Only class 10 students are eligible for this exam.
A student must be studying in Navodaya Vidyalaya, Kendriya Vidyalaya or a school affiliated with PSEB.
Candidates should also go through and apply for National Scholarship Portal.
SCERT releases the application forms for Punjab NTSE in online mode. Students can apply through their schools only on the official portal of the education department. A step by step process is given below to fill the NTSE application form:
First of all, The School authority will have to visit the official website: epunjabschool.gov.in and login with school login credentials.
On the Dashboard, click on New NTSE Application form and it will lead to the application form.
Enter all the details in appropriate fields and upload the required documents.
Application fee: There is no fee to apply for stage 1 NTSE Punjab 2020.
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The students who are studying in the schools situated in Punjab can apply for NTSE Punjab even if they belong to Haryana.
The candidate must obtain 40% marks in order to qualify the exam. On the other hand, the reserved category students must secure a minimum of 32% marks to get selected in the stage I exam.
The students are advised to go through the syllabus of Class 9th and 10th religiously and prepare strategically in order to qualify for the NTSE exam.
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You have not mentioned your category nevertheless the cut off is as follows for each category not NTSE Kerala stage 1 (2019)
General category - 143
OBC - 119
As you have scored above cut off marks you have good chances of being eligible for stage 2.
According to our experts the cutoff for NTSE stage 2 for andhra pradesh students for general category will be around 164. You have 157, so it seems you have low chances for getting qualified for satge2 . For more information visit this link
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