National Talent Search Examination (NTSE) is an offline scholarship exam for class 10 students to encourage higher studies in the field of Science and Social science. This exam is conducted by NCERT at two stages. SCERT or other authority of the respective state conducts stage 1 at the state level and stage 2 exam is held by NCERT at national level. NCERT has released the notification of NTSE 2019-20 online on its website ncert.nic.in.
Upcoming Dates and Events
10 May, 2020
Exam - Stage 2 at national level | Mode: Offline
Past Dates and Events
22 Feb, 2020
Result - NTSE Assam Result | Mode: Online
07 Feb, 2020
Result - Puducherry | Mode: Online
06 Feb, 2020
Result - Andhra Pradesh | Mode: Online
25 Jan, 2020
Result - Uttarakhand | Mode: Online
21 Jan, 2020
Result - NTSE Haryana Result (Stage 1) | Mode: Online
14 Jan, 2020
Result - NTSE Karnataka Result (Stage 1) | Mode: Online
01 Dec, 2019
Exam - Jammu and Kashmir | Mode: Offline
17 Nov, 2019
Exam - Stage 1 exam in Karnataka, Bihar, Jharkhand, West Bengal, Delhi | Mode: Offline
03 Nov, 2019
Exam - Stage 1 exam for all states & UTs | Mode: Offline
02 Nov, 2019
Exam - Stage 1 Exam in Mizoram, Meghalaya, Nagaland, Andaman & Nicobar | Mode: Offline
28 Oct, 2019
Admit Card - Telangana | Mode: Online
25 Oct, 2019
Admit Card - Haryana | Mode: Online
24 Oct, 2019
Admit Card - Assam and Andhra Pradesh | Mode: Online
22 Oct, 2019
Admit Card - Rajasthan and Gujarat | Mode: Online
20 Oct, 2019
Admit Card - Odisha | Mode: Online
18 Oct, 2019
Admit Card - Madhya Pradesh | Mode: Online
16 Oct, 2019
Admit Card - Maharashtra | Mode: Online
15 Oct, 2019
Admit Card - Punjab | Mode: Online
17 Jul, 2019
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NTSE 2020 Eligibility Criteria
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How to prepare for NTSE 2020?
According to the NTSE 2020 exam pattern, the exam for stage 1 and 2 is a multiple choice test consisting of two parts of 2 hours each-
Part 1: MAT (Mental Ability Test)- It comprises 100 questions of 1 mark each aim at testing the logical and analytical ability of the child.
Part 2: SAT (Scholastic Aptitude Test)- It also comprises of 100 questions divided into Social Science (40), Science (40) and Mathematics (20). It aims at testing the subject knowledge of the child.
NCERT will release the e-admit card for NTSE stage 2 exam. Candidates need to download, print a copy and paste a recent passport size attested photograph. The admit cards are collected by the centre superintendent on the day of the exam.
Download NTSE Stage 1 Answer Key 2020
NTSE Jharkhand Answer Key 2020 (Released)
NTSE Manipur Answer Key 2020
NTSE Punjab Answer key 2020 (Released)
NTSE Puducherry Answer Key 2020 (Released)
NTSE Rajasthan Answer Key 2020 (Released)
NTSE Sikkim Answer Key 2020
NTSE Tamil Nadu Answer Key 2020 (Released)
NTSE Telangana Answer key 2020 (Released)
NTSE Uttarakhand Answer Key 2020 (Released)
NTSE Uttar Pradesh Answer key 2020 (Released)
NTSE West Bengal Answer Key 2020 (Released)
Check State-wise NTSE Result 2020
NTSE Andhra Pradesh Result (Declared)
NTSE Madhya Pradesh Result
NTSE Arunachal Pradesh Result
NTSE Maharashtra Result
NTSE Assam Result
NTSE Manipur Result
NTSE Bihar Result
NTSE Meghalaya Result
NTSE Chandigarh Result
NTSE Mizoram Result
NTSE Chhattisgarh Result
NTSE Nagaland Result
NTSE Dadra & Nagar Haveli Result
NTSE Odisha Result
NTSE Daman & Diu Result
NTSE Puducherry Result
NTSE Delhi Result
NTSE Punjab Result
NTSE Goa Result
NTSE Rajasthan Result
NTSE Gujarat Result
NTSE Sikkim Result
NTSE Haryana Result(Declared)
NTSE Tamil Nadu Result
NTSE Himachal Pradesh Result
NTSE Telangana Result
NTSE Jammu & Kashmir Result
NTSE Tripura Result
NTSE Jharkhand Result
NTSE Uttar Pradesh Result
NTSE Karnataka Result(Declared)
NTSE Uttarakhand Result(Declared)
NTSE Kerala Result
NTSE West Bengal Result
NTSE Lakshadweep Result
Check State-wise NTSE Cutoff 2020
NTSE is a scholarship exam which is conducted every year to provide scholarships to students for higher studies.
Around 8500 students are selected in stage 1 exam who will appear for the stage 2 exam.
2000 students will be selected to provide NTSE scholarships.
Stage 1 qualifiers do not need to register for stage 2 exam but abroad students can register for NTSE stage 2 exam by sending an application form to NCERT.
According to the result displayed on the site, your score is above the cutoff which is around 86 for general category. The students scoring above this are eligible for stage 2 and can give the stage 2 exam. Thus, you are absolutely eligible for stage 2.
You can check and download the result of stage 1 from the link provided below:
Congratulations for qualifying the test.
All the best for your future!
NTSE Uttar Pradesh Results isn't announced yet. UPCERT will announce the results for this.The result will be in pdf format including the personal details of the candidate such as name roll number along with exam related details such as total marks, SAT scores, MAT scores.
Quite a few states have declared their NTSE results in the past few days, so it might get declared anytime soon.Stay updated at the official website at examregulatoryauthorityup.in
You can also follow regular updates at https://school.careers360.com/articles/ntse-uttar-pradesh-result
the results likely to be announced at the end of month of february, however the decision is totally depends on exam authority.
see cutoff score changes year to year and depends on various factors like number of participants, question level difficulty etc.
the expected cutoff is according to category wise as follows,
Scheduled Caste 149-159
Scheduled Tribe 132-142
Physically Handicapped 125-135
Stage one exam was held on November 17, 2019
NTSE results of maharashtra will be declared last week of february 2020.
follow the following for regular updates
Hello aspirant. Every year NTSE doesn't release any syllabus in specific. As in nothing called official syllabus will be released. Basically 2 papers. MAT and SAT. MaaT usually itself will be based on quantum logic and reasoning. SAT consists of maths, science and social. NCERT books of class 9th and 10th, preparing them would be more than enough.
Nothing called quantitative ability in specific. Already embedded inside MAT part
Hope this helps
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