ntse 2020

NTSE 2020: National Council of Educational Research & Training (NCERT) has issued the official notification for National Talent Search Examination 2020 schedule, exam date and exam form filling details on the official website of NCERT.

Students those who want to appear in NTSE 2020 examination will fill online application form on the official

NTSE 2020 Examination Schedule & Details

National Council of Educational Research & Training has issued the NTSE Exam 2020 schedule and details. NCERT will conduct National Talent Search Examination in two stage. First stage (Primary Exam) of NTSE examination will be conducted on 17th November 2019 on the exam centres.

Second Stage of NTSE exam will be conducted in June 2020 in this exam only those students will appear who have passed the NTSE stage 1 exam conducted on 17th November 2019.

Eligibility for NTSE Stage 1 & Stage 2 Exam

Students appearing in NTSE Stage 1 Exam must have passed the class 9th Exam from the recognized Private/Government Schools.

NTSE Stage II Exam Eligibility:

  • Must have passed the NTSE Stage I Exam conducted in the month of November 2019.
  • Studying in class 10th from the recognized Institutions.

Important Date for NTSE Exam 2020

Start of Online Registration for NTSE12th August 2019
Last Date of Online Registration for NTSE Exam 202028th August 2019
Approval of Online Registration By NCERT13th August to 24th August 2019
Online Application form filling for NTSE Exam 202027th August to 30th September 2019
School Level Application Form sending1st October to 5th October 2019
Declaration of Admit Card for NTSE I Exam 20194th November 2019
NTSE Level I Exam 201917th November 2019

NTSE Level I Exam 2020 Online Application Form Filling

Students those who want to appear in NTSE Exam 2020 will have to fill online exam application form.

Schools of the respective students will register first online for approval by the NCERT from 12th August 2019.

Students can apply online after approval by the NCERT from 27th August 2019.

Important Details for National Talent Search Examination

Name of ExamNational Talent Search Examination (NTSE)
Start of Online Registration12th August 2019
Start of Online Application Form Filling27th August 2019
Start of Admit Card Download4th November 2019
NTSE Stage I Exam Conducted byStates / UTs
NTSE Stage II Exam Conducted byNCERT
Scholarship Received tillPh.D
NTSE Stage II Exam DateJune 2020

What is NTSE Exam?

National Talent Search Examination (NTSE) is a National Level examination conducted by State / UTs government for Stage I and NTSE Stage II exam conducted by NCERT. Through this entrance exam students get scholarship amount of Rs.2000/- .

The students studying in class X in the any recognized Institutions can apply for this exam.

National Talent Search Examination consist of two papers; Paper -I Mental Ability Test (MAT) and Paper- II Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT).

NTSE Exam Admit Card Download Details

After successfully submission of online National Talent Search Examination application form, the NCERT will upload the Stage I and Stage II admit card on the official website of the NCERT.

Students can download their admit card from the official website by entering their Application Number & Date of Birth.

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Number of Students for State/UTs

Andaman & Nicobar Islands20
Andhra Pradesh263
Arunachal Pradesh50
Dadar & Nagar Haveli20
Daman & Diu20
Himachal Pradesh51
Jammu & Kashmir
Madhya Pradesh530
Tamil Nadu466
Uttar Pradesh1408
West Bengal569

Official Contact Details

50National Council of Educational Research & Training
Sri Aurbindo Marg,
New Delhi – 110016
Phone Number – +91 011 26562582, +91 011 26561742
Official Website – http://www.ncert.nic.in/
Email ID – esdhead@gmail.com

Sanjeev Kumar is the co-founder of Yuvahub. I share my knowledge to School and University going students. A writer by day and a reader by night. When I'm not doing all those, I love exploring new things.


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