NTSE 2017 Admit Card has been issued by the state education boards on October 25, 2016 for first stage of National Talent Search Examination, scheduled to commence from November 5 across different states. NTSE 2017 applicants will be receiving their examination hall tickets (admit cards) in hard copy as the same has been sent by the respective state boards to their correspondence addresses.
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Candidates appearing for the talent search examination can also obtain NTSE 2017 admit cards from their school authorities, in case they have not received it till November 1, 2016.
NTSE 2017 admit card details
NTSE 2017 admit card will mention various details–candidate’s name, roll number, date of examination, timing and venue of exam centre.
Candidates need to check the correctness of furnished details in the NTSE admit card (hall ticket).
In case of any mistake or discrepancy in the hard copy of NTSE admit card 2017, they should immediately meet their school principal and get the details rectified.
No candidate will be allowed to appear in the scholarship examination without a valid NTSE 2017 admit card.
How to obtain NTSE admit card 2017?
Candidates need not to worry about downloading their admit cards of NTSE 2017.
The NTSE admit cards are being sent by the respective state examination bodies through post to their correspondence addresses.
The process of sending NTSE 2017 hall tickets (admit cards) have begun from October 25, 2016.
National Talent Search Examination is conducted at two stages–state and central for awarding scholarships to the students studying in Class 10. While the first stage of NTSE 2017 administered by respective state education boards, is scheduled to be held on November 5 (Mizoram, Meghalaya, Nagaland and Andaman & Nicobar Islands), November 6 (Other states and UTs) and November 13 (Bihar and West Bengal), the stage two examination will be conducted by NCERT on May 14, 2017.
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