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NATIONAL TALENT SEARCH EXAMINATION (NTSE)-2015 SYLLABUS, EXAM DETAILS, ELIGIBILITY




NATIONAL TALENT SEARCH EXAMINATION (NTSE)-2015 SYLLABUS, EXAM DETAILS, ELIGIBILITY

The National Talent Search Examination is conducted for students studying in the Class X. The examination consists of tests, namely Mental Ability Test (MAT), Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) and Language Comprehensive Test (LCT). The items in the MAT, LCT and SAT are multiple choice questions. Each question has four alternatives. The candidate has to select one correct answer from the alternatives.
The number of questions, maximum marks and time allowed are as follows:

Test
No. of Questions
Maximum Marks
Time
Mental Ability Test (MAT)
50
50
45
Minutes
Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT)
a) Language Test
b) Sciences, Mathematics & Social Sciences
50
50
45
Minutes
100
100
90
Minutes

Scholatship:
1. Scholarship of Rs. 1250/- Per Month for class XI and XII.
2. Scholarship of Rs. 2000/- Per Month for Under Graduates and Post Graduates.
3. Amount of Scholarship for Ph.D in accordance with UGC norms.

NTSE 2016 Eligibility Criteria: As per the eligibility criteria of NTSE 2016all the students studying in X standard are eligible to apply for this scholarship programme. A student from any state of the country can register for this examination and scholarship scheme. Whether a student is from a government or a private school, he/she is eligible to apply for NTSE 2016.

The NTSE 2016 Selection Process compromise two-stages to identify talent,
1. NTSE Stage-I: This stage is conducted by the State/UT usually in the month of November. Any student of class X can register themselves for this stage of the selection process.
2. NTSE Stage-II: Those students who qualify stage-I appear for this stage of the examination. This is conducted at the National level and students from across the country that has cleared Stage-I compete at this level.


How to Apply for National Talent Search Examination (NTSE) scholarship 2016:

The completed application form should be signed by the Principal of the School much before the last date of submission. The candidates as well as the Principal of the school must adhere to the last date for submission of the Application Form. Different states may have different last dates for submission

Please confirm from the liaison officer of your state, the address at which the completed forms are to be submitted

The State wise contact of the Liaison officers are given below and are also available in the NCERT website www.ncert.nic.in

However, NCERT does not charge any fee for Stage-II examination

Indian Students Studying Abroad in Class X can appear directly for Stage-II NTS examination under conditions prescribed in the NTS brochure which is available on the NCERT website

For the addresses and phone numbers of Liaison Officers of other States and UTs, visit the NCERT Website: www.ncert.nic.in 



NATIONAL TALENT SEARCH EXAMINATION (NTSE)-2015

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