NTSE stage 2 result 2020 - Check NTSE Final Result Here
NTSE Stage 2 Result 2020-21 - NCERT will announce stage 2 NTSE result 2020-21 in March 2021 on ncert.nic.in. NTSE stage 2 result 2020-21 will be released in the form of provisional result which can be accessed by entering the required credentials. The result will be released for stage 2 National Talent Search Examination held on February 14, 2021. NTSE stage II result 2020-21 comprises student’s personal details and marks details along with their OMR response sheet of NTSE exam. Students can verify their NTSE stage 2 result 2020-21 using their response sheet and answer key. They are required to report for the discrepancy (if any) in NTSE result stage 2 before the last date. Then, NCERT will declare the final NTSE result 2021 in the form of category-wise merit lists. Stage 2 cutoff marks will also be released along with NTSE stage 2 result 2020-21. Go through the entire article to know more about stage 2 NTSE result 2020-21, cutoff, what after result, scholarship, etc.
NTSE Stage 2 Result 2020-21 Dates
Students can check the following table to track all the events pertaining to NTSE stage 2 exam and result.
NTSE 2020-21 Stage 2 Result Dates
|NTSE Stage 2 exam||February 14, 2021|
|Final Answer Key||Within a week after the exam|
|NTSE Stage 2 Result 2020-21||March 2021|
|Stage 2 NTSE Final Result Date||March 2021|
How to Check NTSE Stage 2 Result 2021?
Stage 2 NTSE result 2021 can be checked in online mode by following the given steps:
Steps to check NTSE Result Stage 2 2021
- Step 1: First of all, browse the official website: ncert.nic.in and it will open a home page of the NCERT website.
- Step 2: Click on the link that says “NTSE stage 2 provisional result” then click on “check NTSE stage 2 SAT & MAT scores”.
- Step 3: Enter roll number, date of birth and security code in the specified fields
- Step 4: Click on the “Submit” button.
- Step 5: NTSE stage 2 result 2021 will appear on the screen. Take a printout or screenshot.
- Step 6: The student’s OMR response sheet of MAT and SAT can be accessed by using the respective link given on the scorecard.
NTSE stage 2 result 2021 window will look like as shown in the following image:
How to report Discrepancy in NTSE Stage 2 Result 2020-21?
- NCERT provides this provisional result to facilitate students to verify their marks with NTSE answer key.
- If any student finds any kind of inconsistency in his/her NTSE stage 2 result 2020-21, then he/she will be able to report for the same.
- For this, a student will have to send a mail to email@example.com before the last date.
- After the stipulated time, no student will be able to report for the discrepancy in NTSE result stage 2.
Details mentioned in NTSE Stage 2 Result 2020-21
The following details will be provided through the NTSE stage II result 2020-21. Students should ensure the accuracy of their personal details in the NTSE result 2020-21 stage 2.
- Roll number
- Mother’s name
- Father’s name
- Disability Status
- Maximum marks of SAT and MAT
- Obtained marks in SAT and MAT
- Total marks
NTSE Stage 2 result 2020-21 will look like as shown below:
NTSE Stage 2 Merit List 2020-21
NTSE Final result is declared in the form of category-wise merit lists after reviewing all the discrepancies reported. Students can access merit lists of NTSE stage 2 result from the official website. The direct links to download the same will be provided in the following table as soon as released:
NTSE Final Merit List 2021
|Category||NTSE Stage 2 Result Links|
NTSE Stage 2 Cutoff Marks
The cutoff marks will also be released by NCERT along with the final NTSE stage 2 result 2020-21. Category-wise NTSE cutoff is provided through the official website in the form of a pdf file. These are the minimum marks that are required to score to get selected in stage 2 NTSE result. The following table illustrates the previous year’s cutoff marks, students can check the same for reference. The table will be updated as soon as NTSE stage 2 result 2020-21 is announced.
Previous Years NTSE Stage 2 Cutoff Marks
|Category||NTSE 2019 Cutoff||NTSE 2018 Cutoff|
What after NTSE Stage 2 Result 2020-21?
- Selected candidates have to open a joint account with their parents and send the details to NCERT for further process.
- Selected OBC candidates of the Non-Creamy layer have to submit their category certificate.
- Selected candidates under SC/ST/PH category and marked with ‘*’ or ‘#’ in NTSE stage 2 result are also required to submit their certificate.
- The documents to be submitted through post only to the Section Officer (NTS-I).
- The format for submission of the OBC Certificate is given in the following image:
NCERT will provide A total of 2000 scholarships to the finally selected students of NTSE stage 2 result 2020-21. The scholarship will be provided on the basis of the following rates:
- Rs 1250/- per month for Class 11 and 12.
- Rs 2000/- per month for UG & PG Courses.
- For Ph.D courses, the scholarship amount will be awarded as per UGC norms.
Frequently Asked Question (FAQs) - NTSE stage 2 result 2020 - Check NTSE Final Result Here
Question: What is the meaning of ‘*’ in the NTSE stage 2 result 2020-21?
In NTSE final merit list, ‘*’ indicates that the candidate is selected provisionally. The candidate will have to submit the required documents for verification.
Question: What are the passing marks for NTSE Stage II?
Students have to obtain a minimum of 40% marks (32% for SC/ST) to pass the NTSE stage 2 exams.
Question: Is there any other round after NTSE Stage II?
Students who have qualified stage II will be called for Interviews and document verification, to be conducted by NCERT. The dates for the next round will be released along with the stage 2 released.
Question: My name is mentioned wrong in stage 2 NTSE result, what should I do?
If any of the details mentioned wrong on NTSE stage 2 result 2021, then you should contact officials to rectify the details. You can also apply for the discrepancy in result by sending a mail to a specified Email-ID address.
Question: Where can I check state-wise NTSE stage II result?
NCERT declares NTSE stage 2 result 2021 for all the states. The result is provided in the form of a national-level merit list. No state-level NTSE merit list is provided, so you can not check the state-wise result.
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Questions related to NTSE
i am getting 158 marks in ntse stage 1 karnataka (general) 2021-22. will i have a chance to get shortlisted for ntse stage 2?
Last year cutoff NTSE is high. So this year your marks is not proper for getting 2nd stage of NTSE. Because 158 is not bad markd but its low from last year. And you know every year cut-off marks will differ. Infact any year it will be high or any year low. So it's quite difficult to predict that you can go for NTSE stage 2 or not. But genaral candidate cutoff should be 40%.
All the best.
how much other state NTSE scholar can get weight age or benefit in rank for iiitd
IIIT DELHI gives 2 bonus points in admission for NTSE.
National Talent Search scholarship:
2 points, if a student has won this scholarship. If a student obtains scholarship in a specific category, then he/she can only be considered for admission in that category. Supporting documents needed: Certificate/grant letter.
I hope my answer helps. All the very best for your future endeavors!
i am getting 155 in ntse stage-1 mp 2020-21 so,whether i should prepare for ntse stage-2 ;yes or no
Since you have not mentioned your category so considering it as General category.
See on such score you can easily qualify NTSE stage 1 and also have very less chances of being shortlisted for stage 2 because the expected cut-off for shortlisting of candidate for stage 2 from MP is 175-185 for General category.
NTSE MP expected cut-off for 2021 :-
Cut off Range
So it shows that you have some chances to be qualified for stage 2 but still we have to wait because the cut-off mentioned above is only the expected cut-off. So you should prepare for NTSE stage 2 because yet the accurate cut-offs are not out. Anything can happen.
Cut off depends upon various factors such as the difficulty level of stage 1 exam, MP State quota, number of students appeared in the stage 1 exam, last year's NTSE MP cutoff and so on.
You can also check out complete details about the expected cut-offs for NTSE MP 2021 from the link given below :-
I hope this information helps you.
I am getting 169 marks in NTSE stage 1 maharashtra 2020-21 in general catagory. As per past years pattern if we calculate the marks will be 167.53( after deduction the bonus marks for conversion). Any chance to qualify for stage 2 ?
cutoff score changes every year and it depends on some of the factors like number of applicants, questions difficulty level, seat matrix, number of participants, students category etc. however the expected cutoff for general category of maharastra state is 170-180, so it would be difficult chance for you to qualify for second round. however donot loose the hope and wait till the final result is declared.
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Is punjab ntse 2020-21 result released ?
Yes, National Talent Search Examination ( punjab) 2020-21is conducted in two stages (stage 1 & stage 2).State council of educational research and Training Punjab has already announced the NTSE stage 1 punjab result 2021 in the last week of Jan 2021.NTSE 2021 Punjab result is available in the official website ( www.ssapunjab.org).
For more details you can check in the link given below
Hope this information will help you