NTSE 2022 application, admission card, answer key, and other dates are announced by state-level test administering agencies. NCERT has announced the dates for the NTSE 2022 stage 1 and stage 2 exams. An official announcement from ncert.nic.in declared the new NTSE 2022 date.
The National Talent Search Examination (NTSE) has two stages: Stage 1 and Stage 2. The NTSE 2022 Stage 1 tests were originally set for January 16, 2022, in most states, but were postponed. Students can see the NTSE exam dates for each state in 2022 below. The application deadlines, admit card deadlines, and result deadlines are all key dates for NTSE 2022. Read on to learn about the NTSE 2022 exam dates, answer key and results.
Students in Class 10th are able to apply for the NTSE exam, which is developed exclusively for them. The NTSE exam is offered to both Indian students and Indian citizens who are pursuing their studies outside of India. The NTSE test is divided into two sections: the Mental Ability Test (MAT) and the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) (SAT). Both the MAT and the SAT include 100 questions for 100 points and a two-hour time limit for each exam. Shortlists of the top 2,000 students will be chosen and will receive monthly scholarships.
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|Events||NTSE Stage 1 Exam Date||NTSE Stage 2 Exam Date|
|Commencement of NTSE Online Application||October 2021||No Registration|
|Last Date to submit the NTSE Application Form||Differs from state to state||A list of selected candidates will be released on the official website|
|NTSE Admit Card Issue Date||December 2022/ January 2022||To be Notified|
|NTSE Exam Dates 2022||January 15-16, 2022 (Postponed)||June 12, 2022 (Postponed)|
|NTSE Answer Keys Release Date||Within 7 days after the examination||To be Notified|
|NTSE Result Declaration||February- May 2022||October 2022|
The NTSE exam is held in an offline format to gather a pool of secondary school kids from throughout India with high IQs and talents. Students who passed the Stage 1 exam will be eligible to take the Stage 2 exam.
The following are the tentative dates for the NTSE Stage 1 in various states and union territories:
|State / Union Territory||Dates|
|NTSE Stage 1 for Nagaland, Mizoram, Meghalaya and Andaman & Nicobar islands||January 15, 2022 (Postponed)|
|NTSE Stage 1 exam date 2022 (for other states and UTs)||January 16, 2022 (Postponed)|
|NTSE Stage 1 exam date for West Bengal, Andhra Pradesh, and Telangana||January 23, 2022 (Postponed)|
The results of the NTSE Stage 1 exam are announced independently on each of the dates, while NCERT announces the results of the Stage 2 exam on a specified date. It’s difficult to say when the examinations will be rescheduled now that they’ve been postponed.
|Stage 1 Results||To be announced|
|Stage 2 Results||To be announced|
Candidates can complete out the NTSE application form online or offline, depending on the state. Students interested in taking the NTSE exam should fill out Stage-I application forms by contacting their State/Union Territory Liaison Officer.
The deadline for submitting an application varies from state to state. The application forms are also available on the official SCERT website for select states. Candidates do not need to apply for the Stage-II exam because it is a one-step application process.
The NTSE Exam is divided into two parts: Stage 1 and Stage 2. Stage 1 is a state-level examination administered by various states and union territories’ agencies.
Stage 2 is a national-level examination administered by the National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT) for Stage 1 qualifiers and Indian nationals studying abroad who are exempt from the Stage 1 exam. Both the Stage 1 and Stage 2 tests follow the same structure.
The NTSE syllabus is not set in stone. The questions, on the other hand, are posed in accordance with Class IX and X requirements.
|Paper 1: Mental Ability Test (MAT)|
|Number of Questions||100 Questions|
|Maximum Marks||100 marks|
|Exam Duration||2 Hours|
The SAT includes questions from a variety of areas, including Science, Social Science, and Mathematics. Biology, physics, and chemistry make up the science section.
|Paper 2: Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT)|
|Subject||No. Of Questions||Marks||Exam Duration|
In 1961, the National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT) was established. The Government of India founded it in order to improve the quality of education in India’s schools. The National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT) has taken many initiatives to provide many thriving possibilities to brilliant and aspiring pupils. Many programmes, including the National Talent Search Examination, were created with the same goal in mind (NTSE).
Students in Class X are required to take the NTSE Exam. NTSE is a Government of India-sponsored national scholarship programme that can be immensely valuable to students throughout their academic careers. The exam isn’t just about NTSE scholarships; it’s also a source of great pleasure and honour for every student to be recognised as a national treasure.
Candidates will receive one mark for each correct answer on both stages of the exam. Negative marking is not available for the NTSE Stage-I exam, but one-third of a mark will be deducted for each incorrect answer for the NTSE Stage-II exam. Unattempted questions, on the other hand, receive no negative marking.
The following documents are necessary for the NTSE Exam 2022: a coloured photograph in school uniform that is no more than 6 months old, verification of the preceding class’s educational qualification, and a caste certificate if the candidate belongs to any reserved category.
Students should take the NTSE exam since it will allow them to continue their education in the fields of science and social science. The major goal of this exam is for students to receive a scholarship based on their overall performance in the exam.
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