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National Talent Search Examination (NTSE) is a National-Level Scholarship Program at the Secondary School level to identify and recognize students with high intellect and academic talent. NTSE is conducted every year at Two levels - Stage-I (State Level), conducted by the States/Union Territories and Stage-II (National Level), conducted by NCERT. The objective of the two-tier examination is to identify the talented students who have a special aptitude for Sciences, Mathematics, Social Sciences and questions based on Analytical Reasoning.

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all you need to know about national talent search

All you need to Know about

National Talent Search Examination (NTSE)

National Talent Search Examination (NTSE) is a National-Level Scholarship Program

at the Secondary School level to identify and recognize students with high intellect and

academic talent. NTSE is conducted every year at Two levels - Stage-I (State Level),

conducted by the States/Union Territories and Stage-II (National Level), conducted by

NCERT. The objective of the two-tier examination is to identify the talented students

who have a special aptitude for Sciences, Mathematics, Social Sciences and questions

based on Analytical Reasoning.

Eligibility Criteria for Stage-I:

NTSE Stage-I is conducted by State/UT bodies. Only Indian students are

eligible to appear in this level.

The students studying in Class X are eligible for appearing in the test.

They are required to have obtained 60% marks in their Class IX, in the last

academic year.

Student must be studying in a recognized school in the respective State or

Union Territory.

The SC, ST and PH category candidates get a relaxation of 5% and the

maximum score they must have obtained in their Class IX is 55% marks.

Students registered under Open Distance Learning (ODL) are also considered

eligible for the scholarship examination, if he/she is below the age of 18 years

(as on July 1, of the year) and is not employed while appearing for Class X

exam.

Eligibility Criteria for Stage-II:

Students, securing 80% marks or above in the State level exam, are eligible

for the Stage-II to be held by NCERT at National level.

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Around 4000 students are shortlisted for the National level NTSE across the

country.

All students who secure the minimum required marks at Stage-II, are eligible

for the scholarship program.

Selection Process: It is a Two-Stage Selection Process for award of Scholarship. For

Stage I, Selection is done by States/UTs through a Written Exam. Students who qualify

Stage I are eligible to appear in Stage II examination conducted by NCERT.

For stage-II, there is a quota for each State and Union Territory computed based

on Student enrolment at secondary level. Qualifying marks for candidates from General

Category is 40% in each paper and for candidates from SC, ST, PH is 32% in each

paper.

NTSE Scholarships: 1000 scholarships are awarded every year, of which 750

are unreserved. Students who qualify Stage II are eligible for the scholarship. The

scholarships under the present scheme are awarded to the candidates for pursuing

courses in Sciences and Social Sciences up to Doctoral level and in professional courses

like Medicine, Engineering and Law up to Second-Degree level.

The amount of scholarship is as follows:

Scholarship of Rs.1250 per month for class XI and XII.

Scholarship of Rs.2000 per month for Undergraduate & Post Graduate.

Scholarship for Ph.D. is provided in accordance with the UGC Norms.

NTSE Reservation

15% Scholarship is reserved for students belonging to the SC Category.

7.5% Scholarships is for students belonging to the ST Category.

4% for Physically Challenged students.

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exam pattern

Exam Pattern:

Stage I: Examination at the State/UT level comprises of Three Papers

No. of

Questions

Papers

Test

Marks

Duration

45

Paper - I

Mental Ability Test (MAT)

50

50

Minutes

45

Minutes

Language Test (LT)

English/Hindi

Scholastic Aptitude

Test (SAT)

Paper - II

50

50

Paper - III

100

100

90 Minutes

Stage II: Examination at the National Level comprises of Two Papers

Timings

(All candidates

except visually

Challenged)

Papers

Test

No. of Questions

Marks

Duration

120

Minutes

9: 30 AM to

11:30 AM

Paper - I

Mental Ability Test (MAT)

100

100

100

1:30 PM

to

3:30 PM

Scholastic Aptitude Test

(SAT)

(Science – 40,

Social Science – 40,

Math – 20)

120

Minutes

Paper - II

100

Important Details of NTSE 2017-18

Event

Date

NTSE Stage I Conducted for Meghalaya, Mizoram,

Nagaland and Andaman & Nicobar Islands

November 4, 2017

NTSE Stage I Conducted for all other states and

Union Territories

November 5, 2017

NTSE Result - Stage I

January-February 2018

NTSE stage II - For All states and Union Territories

May 13, 2018

Result of NTSE Stage II

August 2018

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syllabus

Syllabus

Mathematics

Algebraic Expressions

Percentage & its Application

Arithmetic

Playing with Numbers

Arithmetic Progressions

Probability

Quadratic Equations

Basic Geometry

Circles

Rational Numbers

Coordinate Geometry

Simple interest & Compound interest

Direct & inverse variation

Square Root & Cube Root

Exponent

Statistics

Linear Equation

Surface Areas and Volumes

Mensuration

Triangles

Number System

Trigonometry

English

Antonyms

Reading Comprehension

English Grammar

Rearrangement of Jumbled Words

One-word substitution

Sentence Completion

Paragraph Completion

Synonyms

General Knowledge

Abbreviations

India

Awards and Recognitions

Sports

Books and Authors

World

Mental Ability

Alphabet and Number Test

Figure Partition and Dot Situation

Analogy (Non Verbal)

Mathematical Operations

Analogy (Verbal)

Missing Character

Blood Relations

Ranking and Arrangements

Calendar, Time and Clock

Series (Non - Verbal)

Classification

Series (Verbal)

Coding-Decoding

Venn Diagrams

Direction Sense

Water and Mirror Images

Embedded Figure

Word Problems

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science

Science

Acid Bases and Salt

Motion and Force

Air

Our Environment

Carbon and its Compounds

Periodic Classification of Elements

Cellular Level of Organisation

Physical and Chemical Changes

Diversity in Living Organisms

Plant and Animal Nutrition

Fibres and Plastics

Reproduction

Food Production & Management

Soil

Heredity and Evolution

Some Common Diseases

Human Body

Sound

Life Processes

Source of Energy

Light

Structure of Atom

Magnetism & Electricity at Work

The Universe

Measurement

Water

Metals & Non Metals

Work and energy

Micro-organisms

Social Science

Population

The Mughal Empire

Resources and Development

UN and International Agencies

Solar System

Union Government

The Delhi Sultanate

Vedic Period

The Judiciary

Water Resources

The Mauryas

World History

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