NTSE Punjab Result 2020
NTSE Punjab Result 2020: SCERT Punjab has announced the NTSE Stage 1 Result 2020 on February 17 at the official website. Punjab NTSE result 2020 is announced in the form of a merit list consisting of the basic details of students, marks obtained in MAT, SAT and their respective school details. SCERT will also release the Punjab NTSE cut off along with the declaration of result. Punjab NTSE Exam was conducted on November 3, 2019. The qualifying marks for stage 1 of NTSE 2020 Exam are 32% for SC, ST, PWD and 40% for General/OBC category candidates. Selected candidates of NTSE exam stage 1 will appear for stage 2 which will be conducted on May 10, 2020 by NCERT. Read the article to know the NTSE Punjab Result 2020 date and cut off.
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NTSE Punjab Result 2020 -Important Dates
Students must be aware of all the NTSE dates. These dates will help to keep track of events on time. Below mentioned are the dates related to NTSE Punjab result 2020-
NTSE 2020 Stage 1 Exam
November 3, 2019
Result of NTSE Punjab 2020
February 17, 2020
NTSE stage 2 admit card release date
NTSE stage 2 exam 2020
May 10, 2020
Stage 2 result
How to check Punjab NTSE Result 2020?
The result is uploaded on the official website as a pdf file. Students must follow the steps given below carefully to know NTSE Punjab result 2020:
Click on the link above or visit the official website i.e. www.ssapunjab.org
Click on SCERT circular and download the result file to check details.
Candidates can check their roll number in the list.
Selected candidates list will contain the details of the candidates who are selected for stage 2 exam.
NTSE Punjab answer key has been released. Check the same to calculate probable scores.
Details mentioned in Punjab NTSE Result 2020
The following details are mentioned in the NTSE 2020 Punjab Result
Candidate’s Roll No.
School of Candidate
Marks obtained in MAT by the candidate
Marks obtained in SAT by the candidate
Total (MAT+SAT) scores
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Punjab NTSE 2020 Cutoff
SCERT Punjab will also release the NTSE cut off along with the result. NTSE Punjab cut off is the minimum marks that students must obtain in order to be eligible for stage II exam. Refer the table to check the previous years NTSE cutoff
What after NTSE Punjab Result 2020?
Candidates whose names and roll number will be listed in Punjab NTSE result 2020 will be eligible to appear for NTSE Stage II Exam.
NTSE 2020 Syllabus for stage I and stage II will be similar. Students can appear for stage 2 exam will be held on May 10, 2020.
NCERT will release NTSE 2020 admit card stage II in the month of April 2020.
Candidates who successfully qualify both levels of NTSE 2020 Exam will be awarded scholarship for higher studies.
Frequently Asked Question (FAQs) - NTSE Punjab Result 2020
Question: What should be done if I am unable to check NTSE Punjab Result 2020 online?
Students can contact their respective school to know whether they are qualified stage I exam.
Question: Is NTSE stage I and stage II cutoff same?
No, both are not same. Stage 1 cut off is completely different from stage 2 cut off. As stage one cutoff is released by SCERT Punjab and stage II cutoff is released by NCERT.
Question: Which exam is more difficult: Stage I or Stage II?
Stage 2 examination is tougher than stage 1. As stage II is a national level exam conducted by NCERT.
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Questions related to NTSE
I am a Malaysian citizen and currently I am studying in India.I have OCI card. Am I eligible for NTSE exam?
as per the eligibility criteria prescribed by NCERT only indian students who are pursuing their studies from schools in india are eligible to appear in the stage 1 exam , NTSE stage 1 exam is likely to be held in the first week of november 2020.
for more detailed information kindly refer to the link mentioned below
How are you going to conduct the exam in this Pandemic stituation?
The National Talent Search Examination is an scholarship examinations conducted by National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT) in India. The exam is scheduled to be conducted in November this year. The exam will be conducted taking all precautions and only after determining the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic situation.
For more details visit the following link:
when will ntse launch its forms
Here's I am providing you useful link in which all the information related to your eis mention State wise date is mentioned, please visit this website and find your state date
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NTSE stage1 syllabus of 2020 2021
The NTSE syllabus of 2020-21 includes topics from 9th and 10th class syllabus of CBSE and state board. NTSE exam syllabus is divided into two parts: SAT and MAT as the exam are held at two stages.
NTSE SAT syllabus comprises of Maths, Social Science and Science subjects whereas NTSE MAT syllabus consists of verbal and non-verbal reasoning.
It is to be known that applications for NTSE stage 1 2020-21 is not release till due to an enormous outbreak of Corona virus as a global pandemic.
For detailed syllabus refer to the link given below :-
I hope this information helps you.
Tell me about Ntse 2020 to 2021
The National Talent Search Examination is organised by NCERT (for students studying in class 10) and it holds two exams namely stage 1 and stage 2 where stage one is the state level test and stage two is the national level test. Meritorious students, on the basis of their results are awarded certain scholarships. The last date to apply for NTSE is last week of August/ first week of September (not notified yet) and the stage 1 exams will be conducted in november. You can read more about it at https://school.careers360.com/articles/ntse-important-dates . All the best!