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Exam Pattern of National Talent Search Examination (NTSE)

From 2012 the NTSE  held National Talent Search Examination for class X students.

Important to remember:

Notification of  Stage-1 Exam

July

Month of Stage -1 Exam

November

Examination Level

National

Conducted By    

 NCERT

Eligibility

Class X studying students

Source: as per as

NCERT notification

Visit website

www.ncert.nic.in/programmes/talent_exam/talent_srch_exam.html

Scholarship: (A). Rs. 1250/- per month for Class XI & XII

                     (B). Rs. 2000/- per month for Under Graduates & Post

                     (C).Graduates, Amount of Scholarship for Ph.D.be fixed as per UGC norms.

Note: NTSE organised by NCERT and it honours talented students by providing monthly scholaship. The Scholarship for Basic Science, Social Sciences & Commerce is provided up to Ph D level whereas for Engineering, Medicine, Management & Law the scholarship is given up to Post Graduation. The test is consist of Mental Ability Test (MAT) & Scholastic Ability Test (SAT) which is conducted in two level i.e. Stage-I for State level and Stage-II for National level.

No of awards: A total of 1000 scholarships are awarded for those who clear both the levels of the exam

The National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT) has announced the National Talent Search Examination (NTSE) which will be conducted for the student of Class X level. The NTSE consists of two tests; Mental Ability Test (MAT) and Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT). Both the sections consist of multiple choice questions and each question has four alternatives. From these four alternatives you need to select one correct answer. Each correct answer will get you one mark.

 

MAT consists of 50 questions which are for one mark each and lasts for 45 minutes. SAT further has two sections; consisting of a Languages test and a combined section for Science, Mathematics and Social Science. The Language Section has 50 questions of one mark each which lasts for 45 minutes and the Science, Mathematics and Social Science section consists of 100 questions of one mark each which are to be completed within 90 minutes.

NTSE Exam Pattern: State level examination & National level examination

State level exam:

The state level examination has two parts for nominating the required number of candidates for the second level test to be conducted by the NCERT.

Part-I: Mental Ability Test (MAT) and Part-II: Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT)

Test

No. Of Questions

Maximum Marks

Time Alloted

MAT  

50

50

45 Minutes

SAT- Language Test

50

50

45 Minutes

SAT - Maths, Science, Social Sciences

100

100

90 Minutes

National level exam:

Candidates acquiring more than the required percentage in the state level examination and standing within a specified number of top ranks (state quota) are eligible to appear for the national level examination (about top 3000 students from the entire country). NCERT conducts the National Level NTS each year in the 2nd week of May. The national level examination has two parts for nominating the required number of candidates for the interviews to be conducted by the NCERT in July/August:

Part-I: Mental Ability Test (MAT) and Part-II: Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) with Language Test

 (with questions on history, civics, geography, rarely economics, maths, physics, chemistry and biology.)

NB: The Schedule, Pattern, Eligibility and Admission Process etc. of exam may change from time to time. Please visit the websites that authenticate the information to check for any such changes taking place.

The information available herein might be subject to change.