NTSE Scholarship 2020– National Council of Education and Research (NCERT) will award the NTSE 2020 Scholarship to Class 10th students for pursuing courses in science and social science up to doctoral level. Students willing to take admission in professional courses like medicine and engineering can also avail NTSE 2020 scholarship up to second-degree level. Students should qualify Stage I & Stage II of National Talent Search Examination to receive the NTSE scholarship amount. Every year, lakhs of students appeared for the NTSE Exam for all States and UTs.
NTSE 2020 is held in two stages. Stage 1 exam is conducted at the state level by all SCERTs whereas Stage 2 is conducted at the national level by NCERT in the month of May. Students who clear both the examinations conducted in November and May respectively are awarded the NTSE 2020 scholarship amount for pursuing higher education. In 2019, NCERT has increased the number of NTSE scholarships from 1000 to 2000.
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Based on the NTSE reservation criteria, candidates of different categories will be awarded the same NTSE scholarship 2019 given below.
Rates of Scholarship
Higher Secondary level
Graduate and Post Graduate
For Ph.D. degree (four years)
As per UGC norms
Before applying for NTSE 2019, candidates must read the eligibility criteria to ensure that they fulfil the requirements set by NCERT.
The awardees studying in Sciences, Social Sciences, Humanities, Languages Commerce,
vocational studies and fine arts will be eligible to receive scholarship upto Ph.D. level whereas the
awardees studying professional courses in medicines, engineering, technology, management and
law, will be eligible to receive the scholarship upto second-degree level. The NTSE 2019 scholarship amount will be disbursed and renewed for students provided they:
Secure a minimum of 60% score in aggregate every year.
Take up studies in approved courses.
Maintain good conduct as certified by the Head of the College/Institution and
Continue their studies as a regular student.
Do not absent themselves without proper leave.
Take up studies on a whole time basis.
Do not take up any job with salary/remuneration/stipend.
Do not accept any other scholarship simultaneously.
Only students studying in class 10 could apply for the NTSE Scholarship.
The applicant must be an Indian citizen
Should not be more than 18 years of age.
Must be studying in a recognized school/board of education.
Candidates who are studying under open distance learning are also eligible to apply.
SCERT of all States and UTs will release the NTSE application forms in the first week of August on its official website. Candidates could either download the form online or obtain it offline from the State Liaison Officer. It must be noted that for many states the form was needed to be submitted offline before the last date.
Candidates must note the NTSE syllabus for stage 1 and 2 which includes topics to be covered for the two sections namely Mental Ability Test (MAT) and Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT). 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. The test carries no negative marking.
All States and UTs release the NTSE Stage 1 Result between January-March. The NTSE result will be released online in the form of merit list. The merit list includes the name and roll number of those candidates who have been selected for the NTSE stage 2. NTSE Stage 2 Result will be out in September.
Many states have already released the NTSE cutoff for stage 1. Others will also release them by the end of March. The cutoff is the minimum marks a candidate needs to score in order to qualify for the NTSE stage 2. Those who achieve the NTSE cutoff for stage 1 shall find their name in the merit list.
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The result of the NTSE Uttarakhand 2020 Stage-! results are expected to be declared, along with the cutoff for Stage-2, by the UPCERT in the last week of February, 2020. You can check the result here:
You can get more updates and information here:
You can check NTSE syllabus to go through with the given below link.
The cutoff for NTSE 2020 Karnataka Phase-1 to move on to Phase-2 will be declared by the KSEEB soon on the official website:
However, the expected cutoff for the General Category is 138- 148, For OBC is 115- 125, for SC/ST is 95- 105 and for PwD is 67- 85. You can find more information here:
The result for NTSE stage 1 in Jharkhand will be announced in the month of April 2020.
The stage 2 exam which is a national level exam is going to be conducted on 10th may 2020 and the result for the same is going to be announced in the month of August 2020
You can visit the link given below for more information
The results of NTSE stage 1 for Punjab is scheduled to be released tentatively in the last week of January 2020 on their official website:
The result will contain a merit list with the name of shortlisted students, their other basic details, MAT score, SAT score and total score. They will also declare the cutoff for stage 1. You can check your result using your name and roll number and find it in the merit list. All the best.
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