NTSE Result 2020- SCERTs/ Education Department of States will release the NTSE Stage 1 result 2020 in January 2020 on their respective websites. Students will be able to access the NTSE 2020 result in the form of a merit list wherein the name and roll number of the selected students will be provided. Along with the name of selected students, MAT and SAT scores with the cutoff marks will be mentioned in the NTSE merit list for the ease of students. Besides, the list of selected students will be sent to their respective schools. So, students who will appear in the NTSE exam can contact their schools to know the marks and pass/fail status.
NTSE 2020 is scheduled to be held on November 2, 3 & 17, 2019. Selected students will be called to appear for Stage-II examination, to be conducted offline on May 10, 2020. NTSE result 2020 stage 2 will be announced by NCERT on ncert.nic.in in August 2020. Last Year, a total of 8387 candidates of different categories were shortlisted for Stage II and the final Stage 2 result was announced on August 14, 2019. Read the entire article below to know more about the NTSE result 2020 date and scholarship.
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SCERTS will release stage 1 result on different dates of January/ February 2020. Students can check all details related to NTSE result 2020 in the given table-
Events - Stage 1
NTSE 2020 Stage 1 Exam Date (Nagaland, Mizoram, Meghalaya and Andaman & Nicobar islands)
November 02, 2019
NTSE Stage I Exam 2020 Date (Remaining States and UTs except for above states)
November 03, 2019
NTSE 2020 (Stage 1) Exam Date for West Bengal, Kerala, Jammu & Kashmir, Delhi, Jharkhand & Bihar
November 17, 2019
Declaration of NTSE 2020 Result
January/ February 2020
Students should follow the given steps carefully for checking the NTSE 2020 result. Skipping any step or providing wrong information can lead to incorrect or no result information-
Step-1- Go to the official website of SCERT or Education Department of States or click the above link (to be provided after the official announcement)
Step-2- Select the "NTSE" section which is available on the home page of the website.
Step-3- In the respective section, a link referring to "State Level NTSE Result 2020" will be provided after the result announcement.
Step-4- Click on the same to check the complete NTSE 2020 result list. A merit list will be displayed on the computer screen.
Step-5- Students can check the name of the selected candidates. In case, your name is not mentioned then you will not qualify for Stage 2.
Step-1- Visit the official website of NCERT- ncert.nic.in or click the above link to check the final NTSE 2020 result (to be provided after the official announcement)
Step-2- In the "Latest Announcement" section, available on the home page will contain the link named "NTSE Stage II Result".
Step-3- Click on the same and a login window will appear on the computer screen.
Step-4- Students are suggested entering their Stage II roll number as mentioned on NTSE admit card, date-of-birth and captcha code and submit details
Step-5- Lastly, click on the "Submit" tab to view the NTSE 2020 result with the section-wise scores and other details.
Students can check the below-mentioned details in the NTSE Stage 1 result 2020 file
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Only students who will attain the minimum qualifying marks in the NTSE 2020 will be eligible for NTSE Stage II. The qualifying marks for NTSE 2020 are as follow:
Most of the States and UTs will release stage 1 cutoff along with the NTSE result 2020. The cut off is the minimum score a candidate needs to achieve in order to qualify for NTSE Stage II 2020. Students do note that the NTSE qualifying cut off is different from the one released by States and UTs along with the NTSE result 2020. However, getting selected for NTSE stage 2 will depend on the NTSE cutoff released by all states respectively.
Given below is the cutoff released by states for the year 2019.
NCERT will release the category wise cut off marks along with the NTSE result 2020. The maximum and minimum marks that were awarded for the scholarships will be announced along with the list of students who qualified for the same. In the meantime, candidates can use the previous year cutoff in MAT & SAT to get an idea about the marks required to qualify for the scholarship.
Total Score of MAT & SAT out of 197
Minimum MAT & SAT Cutoff
General - PH2
While declaring the result, some reservation terms are considered. Based on the reservation norms, only 2000 students will be selected for awarding the NTSE scholarship amount.
NTSE Scholarship Amount
Below students can check state-wise NTSE Stage 1 result 2020 links
NCERT will award 2000 scholarships to Class 10 students for pursuing further studies.
NTSE stage 1 result is declared state wise by SCERT or DGE of respective state and UTs in the form of pdf. A student will be able yo check their name along withvSAT, MAT and total score.
The NTSE Stage 1 result 2020 will be declared state-wise in the month of January/February 2020.
Students can check the NTSE result 2020 for stage 1 in online mode on the official website of SCERT/exam conducting body.
Yes, there is a provision for 3% reservation for physically challenged students.
No. To appear for the NTSE Stage 2 exam, the candidate must be recommended by the State/UT where he/she is studying.
If a candidate wants to cross-verify their NTSE Stage I exam result then, they need to contact the respective state/UT for it, not send their concerns to NCERT.
No, the NTSE stage 1 is only used to shortlist candidates for national level examination ie.e NTSE. The scores of stage 1 will not be added while calculating the merit list after the stage 2 exam.
Yes. there is a provision of reservation for SC and ST candidates as per govt norms of 15% and 7.5% respectively. Only candidates obtaining the minimum qualifying marks under these categories will be eligible for the scholarship.
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The application forms of NTSE 2020 has been released by Jharkhand, J&K, Punjab and most other states. You can check the state wise application link to go through with the given below link.
cutoff marks changes every year and it depends on different fact, like number of participants, question difficulty level, seat matrix etc. please follow the below link to know about previous years cutoff,
NTSE has two parts that are SAT (Scholastic Aptitude Test) and MAT (Mental Ability Test). The MAT section will test students on their thinking ability, Reasoning etc. while the SAT is further divided into three sub-sections namely Science, Maths and Social Science.
To check the complete syllabus you can go through with the given below link.
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The total marks of NTSE have been increased from 150 to 200 along with the removal of the language test. The official cut off will be released along with the result. The cutoff is expected to be around 140.
Kindly visit the mentioned below page to stay updated for the cutoff. Keep checking it regularly.
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