NTSE West Bengal 2020- The result of West Bengal NTSE is released on March 12, 2020. The result is released on the official website in the form of a merit list. The official answer key of NTSE West Bengal 2020 was released on November 26, 2019. West Bengal NTSE 2020 Stage 1 was conducted on November 17, 2019. Directorate of School Education, West Bengal has released NTSE West Bengal admit card 2020 on November 2, 2019. The last date to download NTSE WB admit card was November 15, 2019. Students who filled the application forms for NTSE West Bengal 2020 could download their hall tickets through login window on wbsed.gov.in. Class 10 Students of the West Bengal state could apply for NTSE West Bengal until September 8, 2019. The West Bengal NTSE application is considered complete when all documents and a Certificate from HOI is uploaded. If the application form of the students was rejected due to the unavailability of proper documents, the exam conducting body 'reject and unlock' the application forms. Thus, students were able to edit the same within September 15, 2019, and submit it. Candidates who qualify NTSE Stage 1 West Bengal will be called to appear for stage 2 of NTSE Exam.NCERT will hold Stage 2 of NTSE 2020 on May 10, 2020. Students who pass both stages will receive the scholarship amount. Read further for eligibility criteria, application process and more on NTSE West Bengal 2020-Latest- NTSE West Bengal result 2020 released officially. Check the result here.
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Name of the examination
West Bengal State-Level National Talent Search Examination
NTSE Stage 1
Level of the exam
Directorate of School Education, West Bengal
Official Website for NTSE
State/UT Liaison Officer &
Dr. Syed Nurus SalamDeputy Director of School Education Directorate of School Education Bikas Bhawan, 7thFloor East Block,Salt Lake CityKolkata-700091 (West Bengal)
For class 10 students.
Mode of examination
Pen and paper
Mode of Application
Frequency of Exam
Once each year.
To qualify the examination, students must be aware of the all NTSE exam dates 2020. Check the given table to know about NTSE West Bengal dates:
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Start of NTSE West Bengal Application
August 1, 2019
September 8, 2019
NTSE West Bengal 2020 Exam Date
November 17, 2019
NTSE West Bengal Stage 1 Result
March 12, 2020
Exam Date of NTSE Stage II
May 10, 2020
DGE will issue the cut off marks for NTSE West Bengal stage l along with the result in the second week of March 2020. NTSE cut off is the minimum marks that one must attain in the examination to qualify the test. Previous year's West Bengal NTSE cut off for general, SC, ST, OBC, and PH categories have been provided below.
Students selected from NTSE West Bengal stage 1 exam will compete for merit-based scholarships at stage 2 NTSE 2020. Under the National Talent Search Examination scheme, 2000 scholarships are distributed to top-ranking students. Check NTSE Scholarship details below:
Classes 11th to 12th
Rs. 1,250 per month
Rs. 2,000 per month
As per UGC norm.
There is a reservation of 53.5% out of the 2000 scholarships offered under NTSE. Refer to below to check reservation percentage for SC, ST and PH (Physically Handicapped)
Students currently studying in class 10 from any school recognized under W.B.B.S.E./ W.B.B.M.E./ I.C.S.E./ C.B.S.E in West Bengal could apply for stage 1 of West Bengal NTSE 2020. Students should satisfy the given terms before filling the applications-
Students who have scored at least 50% marks (40% or above for SC/ST/OBC) in class 9 are eligible to apply for NTSE West Bengal 2020
For reserved categories, SC, ST, PH, and OBC students who have scored at least 40% in class 9 are eligible to apply.
Open or distance learning students can also apply for West Bengal NTSE
The age of candidates doesn’t exceed 18 years and is not employed.
DGE, West Bengal laid down some instructions for West Bengal NTSE for filling the application form:
For OBC Candidates Candidates applying under OBC reservation should meet the following conditions to avail reservation benefits.
The caste/ class the applicant belongs to should be listed in the ‘Central List of OBCs’ by NCBC (National Council of Backward Classes. To find your caste/ community in the Central List of OBCs click here.
Only those OBC applicants who come under ‘Non-Creamy Layer’ income group will be able to avail the reservation benefits. Creamy layer OBC applicants will not be granted any reservation.
Examination Districts - While filling the application form of NTSE West Bengal 2020, students must choose the educational district they reside in. There are two educational districts applicants can choose from, the Barrackpore Educational District comprising of Sub-Divisions: Barrackpore and Bidhannagar, and Siliguri Educational District comprising of Siliguri Sub-Division only.
The applications for West Bengal NTSE 2020 has been closed. Students could apply till September 8, 2019. To apply for West Bengal NTSE, candidates should follow these basic steps:Step 1- Online NTSE Registration
Click on the provided link (to be updated soon) or visit the http://wbsed.gov.in
Next, you will be directed to ‘Instruction Page’. Read the instructions thoroughly and click on ‘PROCEED TO REGISTER’
You will be asked for a mobile number and email Id, and your personal details for registration. Fill in the details and press register.
On the next window you will find the options to download the registration details, and to login and fill the application form.
Download the registration details and click on login; you will be redirected to the scholarship portal of DSE, West Bengal.
Step-2 Log in and fill the form
Once on the scholarship web portal of DSE, West Bengal, find the option to log in to your account by using the registration number and password given during registration and login to your account.
After logging in you will be directed to your dashboard. At the top of the window, you will find an option titled ‘Application’, click on it and then click on ‘Form Fill UP’
Upload a scanned copy of a recent passport-sized photograph. Image size should be in ‘.jpg’ format and should not exceed 20kb.
Fill the rest of the required details and press save.
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Step 3- Getting the application form, and the verification certificate attested by the head of the institution (Principal).
Download a copy of your application form, along with the verification form to be filled by the school Principal.
Both application and verification form is required to be attested by the Head of Institution/ School Principal.
Upload the attested certificate onto the registered ID created during registration.
Candidates who belong to SC/ ST/ OBC categories are required to submit scanned copies of their caste certificate certified by relevant authorities.
Candidates applying under PH category will be required to upload a scanned copy of their disability certificate, certified by a competent Medical Board of State Govt./ Central Govt.
Each scanned document should be of 100KB size.
West Bengal NTSE Application Form Status: Students will receive the status of their application accepted/ rejected on their registered email ID or phone number.
To prepare for NTSE West Bengal 2020, students must cover the exam pattern, syllabus, previous years’ question papers, and sample papers. Students who frequently practice with these materials will find it easy to understand the exam question and exam pattern. Following sections cover all of these preparation materials to help you with your preparation.
The exam conduction authority doesn't release any specific NTSE Syllabus. However, as per the official notification is suggested to refer the Class 9th & 10th syllabus of CBSE or State Board to prepare for NTSE 2020. Check the given table for important topics-
Series - Missing Character, Alphabet Test, Blood Relations, Averages, Speed, Distance & Time, Arithmetic Reasoning, Coding-Decoding. Direction Sense Test. Time & Work
Numbers & Time Sequence Test - Clock, Data Sufficiency, Equation, Ratio, Proportion & Variation, Calendar, Logical Venn Diagram, Syllogism, Counting the number of Figures, Input-Output, Statement, Assumption & Conclusion
Puzzles - Data Interpretation, Analogy & Classification, Number System, Figure Series, Paper Folding, Unfolding, Cutting & Dot Situation, Mirror & Water Images, Figure Matrix
Classification - Analogy, Percentages, Alligations or Mixtures, Profit, Loss & Discount, Simple and Compound Interest, Cubes and Dice, Fundamental Principle of Counting; Data Inequality
Physics- Current Electricity, Magnetic Effects of Current, Gravitation, Motion, Light, Reflection & Refraction Sources of Energy, Laws of motion, Work & Energy, Fluid, Waves & Sound.
Chemistry - Chemical Reactions & Equations, Acids, Base & Salts, Metals & Non Metals, Atoms & Molecules and Mole Concept, Carbon & Its Compound, Periodic properties
Biology - Nutrition, Excretion, Cell & Tissue, Transportation, Control & Coordination, Food Resources, Natural Resources, Respiration, Reproduction in Plants and Animals, Heredity and Evolution, Diseases
Number System, Real Numbers, Polynomials, Factor & Remainder Theorem, Surds, Indices & Exponents, Triangles, Quadrilaterals, Area of Parallelograms and Triangles, Heron’s Formula, Linear Equations in Two Variables, Quadratic Equations, Arithmetic Progression, Trigonometry, Circles, Areas related to Circles, Surface Area and Volume, Probability, Statistics, Co-ordinate geometry
History - The French Revolution, Russian Revolution, Nazism and the Rise of Hitler, Society and Colonialism, The Making of the Global World, Age of Industrialization, Print Culture and the Modern World, Novels, Society and History, Resources and Development;, Natural Vegetation, Water Resource, Pastoralists in the Modern World, Clothing, Work, Life and Leisure, The Story of Cricket
Geography & Political Science - India, Size and Location, Physical Features of India, Drainage, Political Science, Democracy, Resources and Development, Natural Vegetation, Water Resources, Climate, Mineral and Energy Resources; Agriculture, Population, Manufacturing Industries
Economics - Story of Village Palampur, People as Resource, Development, Sectors of the Indian Economy, Poverty, Money and Credit, Consumer Rights, Globalization and the Indian Economy, Food Security
The exam pattern of West Bengal NTSE 2020 consists of test duration, the number of questions asked, type of questions, sections and more. The exam conducts for a duration of 4 hours. The total marks of NTSE are 200. See the following table for NTSE 2020 exam pattern.
Type of Questions
Number of questions
Mental Ability Test (MAT)
Multiple choices, Objective type.
Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT)
100 questions worth 1 mark each.
Social Science - 40
The NTSE sample papers and previous years’ question papers are one of the key preparation materials for the exam. Practising with the question papers and sample papers helps a student develop a familiarity with the kind of questions that appear in the exam, and also the time duration.
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Ntse means National Talent Search Exam which is conducted to give scholarships to the students who are highly taled as government will provide them scholarships as cutoff marks will be based on category and resevations and no.of seats available for the candidates, no.of candidates appeared for the exam and difficulty level of the question paper ,and previous year cutoff marks are taken into consideration and you should get maximum of 75 percent of the marks to the total marks in ntse of Chandigarh and so that study well and work hard to get good marks All the best for your future and i think my suggestions and knowledge may be helpful to u.
Well, there is nothing such mentioned / announced regarding the delay of NTSE stage 2 national level exam. It will be conducted on 10th May, 2020 (if doesn't extends).
For more updates regarding the exams, stay tuned with the link given below
Hello Abhinay !
NTSE paper comprises of 40% of Social science , so it become very important to crack Social with good marks.
For stage 1 , the state board’s textbooks for History & Civics and Geography are important.
And for stage 2 , books of NCERT Class IX & X are important.
Also ,you can see video lectures by Prof. Vipin Joshi like - “The Rise of Nationalism in Europe”, “The French Revolution”, etc. (They will help you a lot).
Also , there is a channel NTSE Guru , you can subscribe to that . The video lectures were completely understandable. Each topic consists of a video tutorial, concept theory, practice sheets, previous year questions & tests.
Hope it helps !
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