To be eligible for the scholarship, a candidate must fulfil the following eligibility criteria -
Students pursuing Class 10
Online Deadline: Sep 21, 2017
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The eligible students can apply through following steps -
Step 1: Visit the official website and click on NTSE link displayed at the left side on the bottom of the web page.
Step 2: Select the "NTSE Application" option.
Step 3: Enter the school code and password to open the application form.
Step 4: Fill in all the required information in the application form and upload the photo with the signature of size less than 30 KB.
Step 5: Finally submit the application form.
Step 6: After uploading the details of all students, the institutions need to click on "Report" at the top of application form. Then click on "PDF" link for display of nominal roll.
Step 7: Take the printout of the nominal roll and submit the following in office of concerned District Educational Officer -
Important dates to remember
Last date for remittance of examination fee in the form of Challan - 21 September 2017
Last date for registration of applications online - 22 September 2017
Last date for submission of printed copy of online registered application form along with fee in the form of Challan (Original copy) - 23 September 2017
Last date for submission of printed application forms attested by concerned Head Master, nominal rolls along with original challans by concerned DEOs - 25 September 2017
Note: Offline applications are not accepted. The examination fee of INR 100 has to be paid in the form of Challan to the following Head of Account draw only in SBI or SBH where Challan (Treasury) facility is available-
1000 candidates are awarded every year all over the country with a scholarship amount of INR 1250 per month for Intermediate 1st and 2nd years. Thereafter, INR 2000 per month is awarded up to Post Graduation. For PhD as per the UGC norms.
Pattern of Examination
The examination consists of Mental Ability Test (MAT) for 50 marks with 50 questions, Language Comprehensive Test for 50 marks with 50 questions (Telugu/Urdu/English) and Scholastic Aptitude Test for 100 marks with 100 questions comprising Social sciences (40), Sciences (40) and Mathematics (20). Each question will carry one mark. Language Comprehensive Test will be qualifying in nature and marks will not be added for deciding final merit list of the candidate and not to be added to the grand total.