NTSE Exam 2019


National Talent Search Exam (NTSE) is directed to find the qualified candidates for national-level scholarship programs. Understudies seeking after the secondary school education are qualified to apply for NTSE. With the help of NCERT, NTSE has widely been perceived as one of the all-around respected exams to evaluate the scholarly excellence of the understudies.

NTSE 2019 Important Dates

The dates (tentative) for NTSE dates have been given in the following table: 

Events

Important Dates

Notification

Last Week of July 2018

Application begins

First week of August 2018

Last date of NTSE application form

Will be announced separately by each state/UT

Admit card of NTSE Stage 1

September 2018

NTSE stage 1 exam

First Week of November, 2018

Result of NTSE Stage 1

January/February 2019

NTSE Stage 2 admit card release date

Third week April 2019

National level NTSE Stage II exam 2018

Second week of May 2019

NTSE Stage 2 result

August 2019

 

NTSE 2019 Eligibility Criteria

Applicants need to satisfy the qualification criteria to apply for NTSE 2019. Understudies of Class X studying in recognized schools who have scored 61% marks [5% marks for reserved category] in class IX are qualified to show up for the respective Class X Stage I examination led by the States/UTs in which schools are placed. Anyway, there will be no domicile limitation.

Note: Those, who are pursuing their education through open/distance learning, are also eligible to apply for NTSE 2019 provided the age of the applicants must not be more than 18 years as on 01 July 2019.

For Stage II, there is a quota for each State and Union Territory computed in view of Student enlistment at the secondary level. NRI Grade X students can likewise show up for this exam if they secure 60% marks in their past examination. Such understudies, if chosen, can show up specifically for Stage-II NTSE.

NTSE 2019 Application Form Highlights

NTSE Form 2019 will be available from

August 2018

Mode of Application

Offline

Official Website

www.ncert.nic.in

Minimum qualification to apply for NTSE Exam

Class X

Candidature

Indians candidates and Foreign candidates studying in India

Documents required at the time of form-filling

Passport size photo in school uniform

Application fee

Stage I- Fee may vary as per State/UT

Stage II- No fee

Mode of fee payment

Offline only

NTSE Helpline Number

011-26560464 (Timings 2.30 PM to 4.30 PM only)

 

NTSE Exam Pattern

The NTSE Exam 2019 will be led in two stages viz., stage- I and Stage-II. Applicants are encouraged to go through the syllabus precisely to score better rank in the exam.

 

NTSE Examination Pattern 2019

 

 

NTSE Subject section

 

Exam Name

 

Stage-1

 

Subjects Name

Mental Ability Test (MAT)

Language Test

Scholastic Ability Test (SAT)

Sub Subject Name

 

 

Science

 

 

 

Social Science

 

 

 

math’s

Total Marks

50

50

100

Duration

45

45

90

No of Question

50

50

Science - 40
Social Science - 40
Math - 20

Students who clear stage 1 are eligible to appear for stage 2 examination.

The students can fetch maximum 200 marks from the overall test at Stage 1.

Students must select the most appropriate answer out of 4 alternative options.

They must note that negative marking scheme will not be applicable for NTSE 2019 Stage 1 exam.

 

 

NTSE Examination Pattern 2019

 

 

NTSE Subject section

 

Exam Name

 

Stage-2

 

Subjects Name

Mental Ability Test (MAT)

Language Test

Scholastic Ability Test (SAT)

Sub Subject Name

 

 

Science

 

 

 

Social Science

 

 

 

math’s

Total Marks

50

50

100

Duration

45

45

90

No of Question

50

50

Science - 40
Social Science- 40
Math- 20

 

NTSE Practice Test

NTSE Practice Tests benefits you in numerous ways:

1. Time Management: This will undoubtedly help you in your time management abilities. With h4 ExamMATE online assessment, analytics and artificial intelligence tool, students can find out their strengths and weaknesses in understanding of their subject knowledge and time management abilities.

2. Good Update of NCERT Questions: The exam is commanded by NCERT questions; accordingly, this could fill in as a revision to your areas that you would anyways help you to prepare for your boards. Learners can give this NTSE Practice test to improve their score and critical reasoning abilities. Further, the scores generated by the test for each student will facilitate them in choice among top ten college admissions as per their subject knowledge.

3. Good Practice for Olympiads and other Competitive Exams: Most Olympiads share similar parts, so this fills in as a pre-readiness for these exams you might not have time otherwise to generally devote for. In addition, the training and time you put into studying for this exam will additionally help you while planning for other competitive exams like SAT, TOEFL, either as for subject learning or as for time management. It's a win-win circumstance.

4. Strengthen your Fundamentals: This examination will test you on your insight about units/changes from Physics. Questions in view of Chemistry may quiz on chemicals discovered normally (in plants/insects). In English, questions in light of antonyms/equivalent words, expressions/famous idioms/proverbs, phrasal verbs and so on will be noticeable, in this manner reinforcing your punctuation and comprehension of dialect.

5. Improve your Critical Reasoning Abilities: Exams like NTSE, which likewise has the most extreme weight, will hone your critical thinking aptitudes. Tackling problems, algorithms, calculations and so forth will not only rehearsed you for focused exams but it will also help you in your future endeavours. The analytical tool by h4exammate will aid you in comparing the time frame of questions being solved by other students. Consequently, this enables to improve your speed of answering the questions.

Selection & Qualifying Marks

Stage 1 selection process is carried out by States/UTs. Stage 2 exam is carried out at National level by NCERT. Qualifying marks for candidates from the General category are – 40% in each paper. For SC/ST and PWD candidates, it is 32% marks in each paper.

NTSE Scholarships & Their Amounts

•    1250 INR per month for class 11th and 12th Schooling.

•    2000 INR per month for Undergraduate and Postgraduate programs.

•    PhD scholarships are fixed in accordance with UGC norms.

NTSE Reservation Status

•    15% for students belonging to SC category.

•    7.5% for understudies having a place with ST classification.

•    4% for a physically challenged group of understudies.

NTSE Result Date

The consequence of NTSE 2019 will be reported independently for each directing state or Union Territories. Candidates can check or download their NTSE 2019 Result 2018 (stage 1) through online mode by entering their logging details, for instance, enrolment number or roll number and date of birth in the given fields. The individuals who qualify the stage 1 (state level exam) will be qualified to show up for the stage 2 i.e. national level exam which is led by NCERT. The consequence of stage 2 exam of NTSE will be reported in online mode June 2019. The scholarships will be granted to those individuals only, who will qualify the national level NTSE 2019 exam.

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