National Talent Search Examination is a scholarship exam conducted by NCERT. NTSE scholarship was constituted in 1963 by NCERT. The scholarship is provided to students pursuing courses in sciences & social sciences up to doctoral level. Meghalaya NTSE 2019 – 2020 result will be announced for class 10th after the successful conduction of examination. Candidates can check the complete information of Meghalaya NTSE 2019 – 2020 on this page below.
Meghalaya NTSE 2019 – 2020
The second level of Meghalaya National Talent Search Examination (NTSE) for class X will be conducted on scheduled date. Now, Candidates can check the answer keys, result, cut-offs, etc. Get all the details of Meghalaya NTSE 2019 – 2020 for Class X from this page.
Schedule for Meghalaya NTSE is given below.
|NTSE Event||Important Dates|
|The last date to submit the application form||Last week of Sep 2019|
|Date of Stage I exam||1st week of Nov 2019|
|Date of Stage II exam||2nd week of Jun 2020|
Meghalaya NTSE Notification
The National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT) will release the notification for National Talent Search Examination 2019-20. We will provide you the notification when it will be released. Until then you may check the previous year notification for general information about NTSE.
Click here to check official notification of NTSE 2018.
Interested candidates can download the application form from the official website or can also fill the Application Form by clicking on the link provided below. You may take the help from your teacher/parent for filling up the application form.
Application fee, if any(write NIL if there is no fee): NIL
Documents to be submitted along with Application Forms:
- Two passport size
- Xerox copy of Progress Report/Report Card of the last promotion examination
- Xerox copy SC/ST Certificate for SC/ST candidates.
- Disability Status Certificate from Competent Authority (for NTS/NMMS) if any
Income Certificate from the Competent Authority.
Eligibility to appear for the examination
- Candidates currently studying in Class X in any recognized schools.
- NMMS Awardees are also allowed to appear for NTS Examination.
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)||100||100||120 minutes + 30 minutes for differently abled candidates|
|Paper-II||Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT)||100||100||120 minutes + 30 minutes for differently abled candidates|
Admit card for Meghalaya NTSE 2019 – 2020 will be issued on the official website. Candidate can download the admit card at least one week before the examination. Reach the examination center at least half an hour before the commencement of the examination and occupy the seat that bears your Roll Number.
DO NOT take mobile phones, calculator, Mathematical or Physical table or any other kind of ready reckoner to the examination hall. A candidate is not permitted to carry such items in the examination hall
Answer Keys of Meghalaya National Talent Search Examination (NTSE) for the class X will be published by various institutes after the exam. Candidates can check the answer keys form the official website. We will also provide you the direct link here to check the answer key.
Meghalaya NTSE Result for class X will be published on the official website. Candidates can check it from the website or from the link that will be provided below. The result of Meghalaya NTSE for class X will be available in the PDF format. The name of the selected candidates will be mentioned in the merit list.
Cut Offs of Meghalaya National Talent Search Examination (NTSE) for class X will be available on the official website or from the link that will be provided below. Candidates will be able to check the cut off here as soon as it is available officially after the conduction of examination.
Question Papers and Answer Key for previous year
The previous year question paper and answer keys are provided by NCERT for the desired students. Candidates may check them from the below link to prepare for the NST Examination of current year.
Click Here to Check the previous year question paper and answer key.
Each State/UT conducts its own examination. They have the autonomy to lay down their own norms for the purpose of determining the eligibility of the candidates. This examination is primarily used to recommend a given number of candidates for the second level test to be conducted by the NCERT. State level examination may have two parts:
Part-I Mental Ability Test (MAT)
Part-II Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT)
for nominating the required number of candidates for the second level test to be conducted by the NCERT.
Official Website: www.megeducation.gov.in