Karnataka NTSE 2020 – 2021: Karnataka NTSE Stage 1 2020 – 2021 Result has released on 15 March 2021. Candidates can check the Karnataka NTSE 2020 – 2021 Stage 1 District-wise merit list from dsert.kar.nic.in. The National Talent Search Examination for students studying in Class X is meant to identify and nurture talent. The Karnataka NTSE 2020-21 is conducted every year at two levels, Stage I at State Level and Stage II at National Level. It will be conducted by the Department of State Educational Research and Training, to search candidates to go for NTSE Stage 2. Candidates of state, studying in class 10, may check more details about the exam from below.
Latest: Karnataka NTSE 2020 – 2021 Stage I Result is available now. Click here to check it.
Karnataka NTSE 2020 – 2021 For Class 10th
National Talent Search Examination has the scholarship programme exam under which the qualified candidates can get an amount of Rs.1250 per month will be given for class XI to XII, Rs.2000 per month to Undergraduates and Postgraduates,. The important dates for the NTSE 2020-21 are as below:
|Date of 1st Level Examination|
25 Jan 2021
|Date of 2nd Level Examination||13 Jun 2021|
|Objection in Answer Key||28 – 30 Jan 2021|
|Release of revised answer key||10 Feb 2021|
|Release of Stage 1 Result||15 Mar 2021|
Karnataka NTSE Result 2020 – 2021
National Talent Search Examination Stage 1 2020 – 2021 Result has declared online at the official website, which is dsert.kar.nic.in. National Talent Search Examination NTSE 2020-21 result has released in the form of district wise merit list. Candidates those who appeared in the exam can able to check the result here or on the official website.
Qualifying Marks in the exam are as below:
|For General Category||40% marks in each paper|
|For SC / ST / PH Category||35%|
Karnataka NTSE Answerk Key 2020 – 2021
The official Answer key for the Karnataka National Talent Search Exam (NTSE) 2020 releases on the official website. The candidates can download it online from the links, which is provided on “NTSE Answer Key” Page. The candidates can use the official answer key to calculate and estimate their score in the examination.
Karnataka NTSE Admit Card 2020 – 2021
The admit card of the examination has issued for all the candidates who successfully apply for the examination. It is an important document, which the candidates have to secure until the end. Also, without the admit card, the candidates will not be allowed to take the exam.
Admit Card Process is over now.
Admit Card: Click here to download the Karnataka NTSE Stage 1 Admit Card 2020 – 2021.
NTSE Notification 2020 – 2021
The notification related to Exam dates for NTSE 2020-21 session has been released by NCERT.
- Click here to check the admit card release notice for Karnataka NTSE Stage 1 Admit Card 2020 – 2021.
- Click here to check the revised schedule notice.
- Click here to check the NTSE Circular.
- Click here to check the notice regarding Exam dates for NTSE 2020-21 session has been released by NCERT.
Karnataka NTSE Mock Test
Aspirants are advised to take the mock test for the preparation of NTSE examination. It helps in getting the idea of Exam pattern and also help in management of time for answering the question in the test. You can access the below link to start the mock test and study consitently.
Karnataka NTSE Application Form 2020 – 2021
The application form for the Karnataka NTSE 2020 will be available in Concerned Block Education Office (BEO) only. The facility to submit the online application form will not be provided.
Karnataka NTSE Eligibility Criteria 2020 – 2021
Any regular student of 10th Standard shall be eligible to appear in the National Talent Search Examination. Eligibility marks to apply : 55% for General and 45% for SC/ST Candidates, in 9th Standard Annual Examination.
Karnataka NTSE Exam Pattern 2020 – 2021
The exam pattern is as given in table-
Stage I & II: Examination at the State/UT level will comprise three papers i.e
|Papers||Test||No of questions||marks||Duration|
|Paper-I||Mental Ability Test (MAT)||50||50||45 minutes|
|Paper-II||Language Test (LT) English/Hindi||50||50||45 minutes|
|Paper-II||Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT)||100||100||90 minutes|
At Stage II There will be a negative marking in each paper.For each wrong answer 1/3rd marks deducted. No marks will be deducted for unattempted questions.
Karnataka NTSE Cut Off
The Cut Off for National Talent Search Examination 2020-21 will be declared online. As National Talent Search Examination will announce the Cut Off for NTSE 2020 SAT and MAT. You will be able to check the Cut Off here or on the official website once it is released.
Provisional cut-off marks (GMAT + SAT total only)
As per last year’s details!!
Karnataka NTSE Sample Paper
Sample paper for Karnataka National Talent Search Exam (NTSE) has been released. Sample paper contains subject wise paper with answer key for both GMAT and SAT, candidates interested for NTSE can check the same from the links provided below.
Previous Year Question Papers and Answer Key
Karnataka NTSE 2020 Examination Answer Key has been released after the exam. This is the opportunity for the candidates to get an idea of their rough scores of the examination. The question paper with answer key is now available here for getting reference purpose of the examination.Once the examination gets over, the candidate curiously waits for the release of the question papers and their answer keys. So that they could get their estimated score of the examination. The procedure to download and utilize the answer keys is provided at Answer Key page.
Karnataka NTSE Selection Process
Identification of talent comprises two-stage selection process. While the individual State/UT conducts the first stage selection, the second stage selection at the national level is carried out by the NCERT.
State Level Exam: State level examination may have two parts: Part-I Mental Ability Test (MAT) and PartII Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) for nominating the required number of candidates for the second level test to be conducted by the NCERT.
National Level Exam: Only the candidates selected by the States/UTs on the basis of their screening examination shall be eligible to appear in the National level examination to be conducted by the NCERT on the Second Sunday of May each year (unless otherwise notified).
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