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The National Talent Search Exam NTSE 2020 organised by NCERT is open for students currently studying in class 10. This program is meant to identify and nurture talent through financial support provided at various stages of education. The exam will be conducted at two levels: state and national.
All students of class 10 studying in recognised schools are eligible for the Stage-I examination irrespective of their domicile. The students selected after Stage-I will be eligible for Stage-II examination.
Note: Open Distance Learning students are also eligible to apply if they are below 18 years of age.
The scholarship will be awarded for different stages of education in the following way:
Follow the below steps to apply for NTSE 2020:
Step 1: Look out for state-level notification by respective state/UT government in the newspapers or circulars in the school.
Step 2: Contact the respective state liaison officer to get the application form.
Step 3: Fill in the application form.
Step 4: Get it signed by the School Principal.
Step 5: Submit the duly filled application along with the examination fee (if applicable) to the address provided by the Liaison Officer of the state.
The contact details of the concerned liaison officers for various states and union territories can be found here.
Note: The fee charged for the Stage-I examination will be notified by the states and UTs itself. There will be no charge for the Stage-II examination.
The selection for Stage-I will be done by the states/UTs based on the written examination. The selected candidates will then be eligible to appear for Stage-II examination which will be conducted by the NCERT.
Note: For each exam, the qualifying marks for SC/ST/PH category students are 32% in each paper. For General/OBC candidates, qualifying marks are 40%.
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