NTSE Tamil Nadu 2020 - DGE, Tamil Nadu has released the Tamil Nadu NTSE answer key 2020 on the official website, dge.tn.gov.in. NTSE Tamil Nadu 2020 admit cards were made available through respective schools. Students studying in Class 10 could apply for NTSE Tamil Nadu Stage 1 till September 7, 2019. The application process was held through schools and eligible students should submit the completely filled application forms to Headmaster / Head of Institution. Along with the forms, students should pay a fee of Rs.50/- in cash. NTSE stage 1 exam was held in offline mode on November 3, 2019. Around 470 students from Tamil Nadu NTSE 2020 will be selected in result who will appear for NTSE 2020 stage 2 exam on May 10, 2020. Finally selected students will avail scholarships. Keep reading to know more about Application form, syllabus & exam pattern, Result & cutoff and stage 2 exam etc.
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Check NTSE 2020 important dates in the table below to know about all dates and events related to stage 1 Tamil Nadu NTSE exam. Thus they can make a time table to prepare well.
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Applications start date
August 22, 2019
Application closing date
September 7, 2019
Tamil Nadu NTSE admit card date
Third week of October 2019
NTSE Stage 1 Tamil Nadu exam date
November 3, 2019
NTSE Tamil Nadu 2020 Cutoff & Result date
First week of April 2020
NTSE Stage 2 Admit card date
NTSE stage 2 exam date
May 10, 2020
Final NTSE Result date
OBC (Non-creamy Layer)
After exams, students curiously wait for result and cutoff marks. DGE will announce the cutoff marks for Tamil Nadu NTSE stage 1 exam along with results. Students who achieve NTSE cutoff marks can find their names in the merit list of selected students. NTSE Tamil Nadu 2020 cutoff marks are determined on the basis of various factors so it varies every year. Students can check previous year category-wise cutoff marks in the table given below:
DGE will release the result of stage 1 exam in Tamil Nadu state. The result is made available in online mode. Students can check their result by entering registration number and date of birth in login window. DGE also publishes a merit list of selected students along with result. These students go for the next stage of exam and after NTSE stage 2 result scholarships are distributed to deserving candidates.
NCERT determined the scholarship rates for all students which are the same for all categories. However, scholarship rates vary on different levels of study as mentioned below:
Class 11 and 12
Rs. 1,250 per month
UG & PG
Rs. 2,000 per month
As per UGC norms.
NCERT prescribed the NTSE eligibility criteria which are followed by all states/Uts. However, States are free to impose eligibility conditions related to required marks in the last qualifying exam. Students wishing to appear for NTSE Tamil Nadu 2020 must fulfil the following eligibility conditions:
Must have passed class 9 exams and scored 60% marks.
Must be enrolled in class 10 during the academic year 2019-20 in a recognized school in the state.
Also, check the National Scholarship Portal, to know about other scholarships.
DGE conducts the application process for NTSE TN 2020 in offline mode. NTSE application form for Tamil Nadu is released on August 22, 2019. Students will have to apply through their respective schools. Steps to be followed to fill Tamil Nadu NTSE Tamil Nadu Application form are given below:
First of all, collect an application form from the school authority.
Fill all the details carefully in appropriate fields.
Now, attach all the required documents and photographs along with forms.
Submit the form to schools along with requisite application fee i.e Rs 50/- before the last date, September 7, 2019.
Then, schools will attest the application forms and send them to the Joint Director (Personnel) of Government Examinations
Click Here to Download NTSE Tamil Nadu 2020 Application form
Documents required: Student photograph, a copy of caste/category certificate for SC/ST/OBC/PwD students.
Check, Top Schools in Tamil Nadu.
DGE will release admit cards for stage 1 NTSE Tamil Nadu 2020 in the third week of October 2019. NTSE admit cards are made available in offline mode through schools. Students can collect the same from their schools. It is essential to carry admit card to the exam hall else student will not be allowed to enter.
DGE conducts stage 1 exam on the basis of NTSE 2020 Syllabus. A student must be aware of this syllabus to ace the Tamil Nadu NTSE exam. Questions from 9th class and 10th class TN syllabus and CBSE syllabus will be asked in the NTSE Tamil Nadu 2020. There will be two exams: MAT and SAT. The syllabus of both the sections is given below:
Questions based on verbal and non-verbal reasoning are asked in MAT section. analogy, analytical reasoning, embedded figure, water images and other topics are covered in this section.
SAT section comprises the questions from Science, Mathematics, Social Science subjects. Students can prepare along with their regular classes.
NCERT prescribed the exam pattern of stage 1 exam which is followed by States/UTs. The national level exam is also prepared on the basis of same NTSE Exam Pattern. There will be no negative marking to make students free to tick the answers. Detailed exam pattern is given in the table below:
MAT and SAT sections consist of 100 questions each and both will carry 100 marks each.
SAT section comprises of 40, 40 and 20 questions from Science, Social Science and Mathematics, respectively.
Duration of 120 minutes for each section will be provided to solve all the questions.
Analyse syllabus and exam pattern. Prepare a study time table and include time for interest and hobbies.
Choose the best books for NTSE and study all the topics.
Make notes on important topics and highlight them on books to revise the entire syllabus in a short time.
Avoid all distractions and focus on study.
Clear each and every concept instead of memorizing the things. Practise with NTSE question papers to know the types of Note questions asked in the exam.
Other TN 10th Board Links
Tamilnadu 10th Board Exam 2020
Tamil Nadu SSLC Syllabus 2020
DGE conduct application process through schools only, so you can not apply Individually.
Around 466 students are selected in stage 1 Tamil Nadu NTSE exam who appear for stage 2 exam.
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Here is the link to the website where you can get your results details. Go to the website you will have the pdf in which qualified students will be available. In that roll numbers will be given, search for your roll no. Hope this is useful
Charu, I am sorry you are not in the list. The reason for people below your marks getting there name in the list can be due their reservation category or some other reservation provided to them like EWS that is economic backward classes reservation. So it's due to that they got the name in the list. I hope you make it in the third round
Ntse stage 1 exam was held in the Month of November 2019. The result for ntse stage 1 exam is declared by respective scert. Many states have declared their result. So it is expected that soon the result for wb ntse will be declared most probably in Second week of March 2020. You can check the official website scholarships.wbsed.gov.in for result.
Hope this helps.
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