NTSE Tamil Nadu Result 2020 - DGE, Tamil Nadu will declare the Tamil Nadu NTSE Stage 1 result in the fourth week of January. NTSE Tamil Nadu stage I result will be declared on the official website, dge.tn.gov.in. The students can access their results using their registration number and date of birth. The stage I Tamil Nadu exam is scheduled on November 3, 2019. NTSE Tamil Nadu result 2020 will be released in the form of a merit list. This merit list will contain the details of the qualifiers of the stage I exam. Students need to remember that only those students will be allowed to appear for the Stage II exam who qualify the Stage 1 of NTSE exam. After the declaration of NTSE Tamil Nadu result, students are advised to prepare for the stage II exam of NTSE.
Read the article to know how to check NTSE Tamil Nadu result 2020. Also, know the reservation criteria and cut off marks of NTSE 2020.
The students are advised to refer to the table below to stay updated with upcoming events of NTSE Tamil Nadu 2020.
NTSE 2020 Stage 1 Exam
November 3, 2019
NTSE Tamil Nadu 2020 stage 1 Result
Fourth week of January 2020
NTSE Stage 1 cutoff
NTSE Stage 2 Exam 2020
May 10, 2020
Final NTSE result 2020
Students must follow the steps mentioned below to download the Tamil Nadu NTSE result 2020.
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Visit the official website of the exam conducting body, dge.tn.gov.in.
Towards the left, go to the quick links section and click on the result notification link.
Enter your registration number and date of birth and NTSE Tamil Nadu result 2020 will open on the screen.
The result will be accessible in a pdf format.
Download the same and take a print of the same for future reference.
Snapshot of the NTSE Tamil Nadu result window
The students need to refer to the table provided below to know the details which are mentioned in the NTSE result.
Name of the school of the candidate
Marks obtained in SAT
Candidate’s roll number
Marks obtained in MAT
Area of School – Urban/Rural
NTSE Tamil Nadu cutoff will be released along with the declaration of the NTSE Tamil Nadu result. Students can check the previous year cutoff of NTSE Tamil Nadu provided in the table below.
NTSE Tamil Nadu Cutoff 2019
Note: Students can refer to the NTSE Tamil Nadu answer key to check their estimated scores in the stage I exam and know the chances of their selection in the stage II exam.
Students who get shortlisted in the stage I Tamil Nadu exam are advised to prepare for the stage II exam. Students must remember that the NTSE stage II exam is comparatively tougher than the stage I exam. Solving the previous year NTSE question papers will help the students know about the frequently asked questions and the exam pattern as well. They are advised to prepare for the same strategically. NTSE stage II is scheduled to be conducted on May 10, 2020. Students must note that the NTSE stage 2 result will be released in August 2020.
Students must refer to the table below to know the previous year's NTSE cutoff of stage 2. NTSE cutoff will help them to know the difficulty level of the exam which will add to their more organised preparation.
NTSE Stage 2 Cutoff 2019
General - PH2
The exam conducting body follows certain norms in order to award a scholarship to the candidates. Check the reservation criteria of the NTSE exam.
26.5% of 1000
The students who qualify both the stages of the exam are finally awarded the NTSE scholarship. It must be remembered that the scholarship will be disbursed after the confirmation of the school authorities.
Rs. 1,250/ month
As per UGC norms.
To check other scholarships available in India, check National Scholarship Portal
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Monetarily Weaker Section (EWS) in India is a subcategory of individuals having a place with the General Category having a yearly family pay under ₹8 lakhs and who don't have a place with any saved class, for example, SC/ST/OBC (focal rundown). In the event that an EWS competitor's yearly family salary is over as far as possible, at that point he/she will be perceived as an up-and-comer from General class and not from EWS classification.
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