Sunday, 29 July 2018

National Talent Search Examination ( NTSE) - for students Studying in class X is meant to identify the nurture talent.

National Talent Search Examination ( NTSE) - for students Studying in class X is meant to identify the nurture talent.
National Talent Search Examination ( NTSE) - for students Studying in class X is meant to identify the nurture talent.

The National Talent  Search Examination for students  studying  in Class  Xis  meant to identify the nurture talent. The examination  is conducted  every year at two levels:   Stage-I (State Level) and Stage-II (National Level).

Scholarships: About  one thousand  scholarships  are awarded  for different  stages of education  as follows: 

(a) Scholarship  ofRs.1250/-   per month for Class-XI   to XII.
(b)  Scholarship  of Rs.2000/-  per month for Undergraduates   and Post-graduates.
( c) Amount  of Scholarship   for Ph.D. is fixed in accordance  with the UGC norms.

Reservation: At the national level for Stage-II   Examination 

15%   for students belonging  to the SC  category, 
7.5%   for  students   belonging  to  the  ST  category
27%   for  students   belonging   to OBC    category   (Non-creamy layer) as per central list available on  www.ncbe.nic.in/user panel/centralliststateview.aspx
4%  for Physically    Challenged  Group  of  Students,   with  benchmark disabilities  of which,   one  per  cent  each  shall  be reserved  for  persons  with  benchmark   disabilities   under clauses  (a),  (b) and (c) and one per cent for persons  with benchmark  disabilities  under  clauses  (d) and (e) namely

blindness   and low  vision;      (BLV)
deaf and hard of hearing;       (DH)
locomotor  disability  including   cerebral  palsy, leprosy cured, dwarfism,  acid attack victims and muscular  dystrophy;     (LD)
autism,  intellectual   disability,   specific  learning disability  and mental  illness;    (AID) multiple  disabilities   from amongst  persons under clauses  (a) to (d) including  deaf• blindness  in the posts identified  for each disabilities'    (MD)

Selection:  Stage-I,   selection   will   be done  by States/UTs   and those who are selected/recommended from Stage-I examination,   will  be eligible   to appear for Stage-II examination,  conducted  by NCERT.

Qualifying  Marks: Qualifying   marks  for candidates  from SC/ST/PH  category  is 32% in each paper and for others (General/OBC)   categories  it is 40% in each paper.


Important Dates:    Dates for submission  of application   form and conduct  of examination,  are given below
There will be no negative marking in Stage-II examination.

Application Form:  You may contact the State/UT  Liaison officer for procuring  application  form .

The completed application form should be signed by the Principal  of the school much before the last date of  submission.     The  candidate   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  address  and contact  number  of the Liaison  Officer  of the States/UTs  are available (State-wise)    in the NCERT  website  www.ncert.nic.in.   All queries related to application  form should be directed to the State Liaison Officers (LOs).    No application should bt sent to NCERT .

Fees:   States   and  Union  Territories   may  notify  the  fee required   which  will  be  paid  for  the  Stage-I examination.    Therefore,   before  submitting  the  application  form,  you  may  find  out the  fees  charged  for Stage-I   Examination   and  also  the  mode  of  payment  from  the  respective   State  Liaison  Officers  (LOs). 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.   Candidates  may fill up the  Application   Form,  available   on the  NCERT  website  and  send  to  the  undersigned   along  with  a photocopy  of the mark sheet of previous  examination,  latest by December 31•1, 2018.  Application Form for students  studying  abroad  will be uploaded  on NCERT website in the month  of October,  2018. Announcement for students of Indian  nationality studying abroad will be announced  separately.

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