The National Talent Search Examination is a national-level scholarship program in the country that identifies applicants with high intelligence and excellent academic talent. As of now most of the States and Union territories have released NTSE Registration Form 2021 (State Wise) at the official website of SCERT. Applicants can download the NTSE application form by clicking on the link given or can obtain one offline from the Liaison Officer appointed in each state and UTs.
NTSE Online Form 2021 is going to be filled here on ncert.nic.in. students willing to opt for NCERT NTSE State Scholarship 2021 Online Application Form can read through this article for complete details.
- 1 NTSE Scholarship 2021 Registration Form
- 1.1 NTSE 2020 Application Form Highlights
- 1.2 NTSE 2020 Eligibility Criteria
- 1.3 NCERT NTSE (State Wise) 2021 Scholarship Application Last Date
- 1.4 NTSE Scholarship for 10th Class 2021: Highlights
- 1.5 NTSE Exam 2021 Reservation
- 1.6 Documents required for applying for NTSE 2021
- 1.7 NTSE Scholarship for 10th Class-Important Dates
- 1.8 How To Fill NTSE Application Form via ncert.nic.in
- 1.9 NTSE Registration 2021 FAQ
- 1.10 NTSE Application Form 2021 Link State Wise
NTSE Scholarship 2021 Registration Form
Applicants will be required to submit the completely filled NTSE 2020 Registration Form before the last date in offline mode to the state official NTSE Exam conducting authority. Applicants can check all about NTSE application form including registration dates, list of state liaison officers, how to fill and submit the examination registration form of NTSE as mentioned on this page.
NTSE It is a scholarship exam for applicants of class 10 and it is conducted to recognize talented applicants who have a high intellectual level and to reward them with scholarships. If a applicant clears the exam at both State and National levels, then the applicant will be eligible for NTSE 2021 scholarship throughout their education period. NCERT manages and conducts the NTSE exam.
NTSE 2020 Application Form Highlights
|Exam Name||National Talent Search Examination|
|Commonly known as||NTSE Exam|
|Exam type||National Level Exam|
|Exam category||Scholarship exam for Class 10 students|
|Authority||National Council of Educational Research and Training|
|Mode of exam||Offline mode|
|Application Mode||Both Offline & Online|
|Fee Payment Mode||Offline only|
|Exam Medium||English & Hindi|
|Duration of Exam||120 minutes|
|Number of section||Mental Ability Test and Scholastic Ability Test|
NTSE 2020 Eligibility Criteria
All the applicants should go through the eligibility criteria before filling the NTSE 2021 application form and an applicant who does not satisfy the given eligibility criteria will not be considered for the admission process. Given below are the eligibility criteria for NTSE.
- The applicant must be appearing for class 10 examination from a recognized school.
- Applicants who have applied for class X via open learning can appear for the NTSE exam.
- Applicants must be less than 18 years of age to be eligible for NTSE
- All exams from class 1 to class 10 must be cleared to be eligible for NTSE.
NCERT NTSE (State Wise) 2021 Scholarship Application Last Date
NTSE 2021 Registration Dates will be different for different states and generally, NTSE 2021 Registration Form is made available and many states have already released the NCERT NTSE 2021 application form as shown in the table. NTSE 2021 Stage-1 Exam will be conducted on December 13, 2020 and Stage 2 will take place on June 13, 2021. Applicants can check the important dates for NTSE 2021:
|State||Last date to apply||State-quota|
|Madhya Pradesh (Released)||November 13, 2020||530|
|Haryana (Released)||November 19, 2020||186|
|Telangana (Released)||November 10, 2020||466|
|Kerala (Released)||November 16, 2020||220|
|Odisha (Released)||October 28, 2020||259|
|Jharkhand (Released)||November 13, 2020||142|
|Uttarakhand (Released)||November 6, 2020||79|
|Goa (Released)||October 30, 2020||50|
|Andhra Pradesh (Released)||November 6, 2020||263|
|Maharashtra (Released)||November 4, 2020||774|
|Punjab (Released)||November 2, 2020||183|
|Meghalaya (Released)||October 27, 2020||50|
|Chhattisgarh (Released)||October 24, 2020||195|
|Gujarat (Released)||November 7, 2020||360|
|Jammu & Kashmir||To be notified||50|
|Manipur||To be notified||50|
|Assam||To be notified||202|
|Arunachal Pradesh||To be notified||50|
|Rajasthan||To be notified||485|
|Uttar Pradesh||To be notified||1408|
|Daman & Diu||To be notified||20|
|Karnataka||To be notified||371|
|Tripura||To be notified||50|
|Tamilnadu||To be notified||466|
|Sikkim||To be notified||50|
|Delhi||To be notified||153|
|Himachal Pradesh||To be notified||186|
|Bihar||To be notified||691|
|Chandigarh||To be notified||20|
|West Bengal||To be notified||569|
|Dadra & Nagar Haveli||To be notified||20|
NTSE Scholarship for 10th Class 2021: Highlights
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic many new changes have been introduced in NTSE Application Form 2021 and those are given below:
- Because of corona virus pandemic, most of the states have started releasing NTSE Application form online 2021 on their respective SCERT website.
- The online application form of National Talent Search Examination 2021 is a one-step process.
- For NTSE Application Form 2021 Offline process, form can also be collected from their respective State liaison officer.
- Applicants need not apply for Stage two exam.
NTSE Exam 2021 Reservation
The NCERT allots few seats for reserved category applicants. The general category applicants should secure at least 40% marks in each of the NTSE exam paper and the reserved category applicants need to secure at least 32% marks in each of the NTSE exams and the reservation percentage for all the categories are mentioned down:
|Other Backward Caste||27%|
|Person with Disability||4%|
|Economically Weaker Section||10%|
Documents required for applying for NTSE 2021
- Applicant’s Name
- Candidate’s Photo
- Father’s Name
- Mother’s Name
- Area of Residence
- Caste/Category Details
- Postal Address
- Name of the school
- Medium of examination
- Father’s education and occupation
- Mother’s education and occupation
- Details about siblings
- Family income
- Mobile Number
- Phone number
- E-Mail ID
NTSE Scholarship for 10th Class-Important Dates
|Important Events||NTSE 2021 Dates (Tentative)|
|Start of application for availability starts||October|
|Last day to submit application form for NTSE||Varies from state to state|
|Admit Card Download for NTSE 2021 for stage 1||–|
|Exam Date for Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, and Andaman and Nicobar Islands (stage 1)||12 December 2020|
|NTSE 2021 Exam Date for all other states/Union territories||13 December 2020|
|NTSE 2021 Result for stage 1||March of 2021|
|NTSE 2021 Admit card release (stage 2)||The third week of April 2021|
|NTSE 2021 exam date (stage 2)||13 June 2021|
|Results for NTSE 2021 date (stage 2)||To be Announced|
How To Fill NTSE Application Form via ncert.nic.in
- Follow the above table and click on on the NTSE State you belong to and click on the link that reads “Apply for NTSE 2020-21″.
- If it is an online application form, enter all the necessary details such as “Name”, “DOB”, “Contact Number”, “Email ID”, etc.
- Click on the “Submit” button and upload all the necessary documents and Process the Application fee.
- Now download the NTSE Application acknowledgement Form 2021 for further reference.
NTSE Registration 2021 FAQ
Indian applicants who are studying in Class X can apply for National Talent Search Examination and they should have minimum marks of 60% in class IX. There is a relaxation of 5% marks for reserved applicants. Applicants should be studying in a recognized school.
No, there is no negative marks in NTSE 2021 and applicants can take full advantage of it by attempting all the questions.
The last date to fill the NTSE 2021 Application Form will depend on the respective states authority.
NTSE Application Form 2021 Link State Wise
|State||Last Date / Apply link|
|Madhya Pradesh||(13 Nov 2020) www.mponline.gov.in|
|Haryana||(19 Nov 2020) www.bsehexam.com|
|Telangana||(10 Nov 2020) bse.telangana.gov.in|
|Kerala||(16 Nov 2020) scert.kerala.gov.in|
|Odisha||(28 Oct 2020) ntse.scertodisha.nic.in|
|Jharkhand||(13 Nov 2020) jac.jharkhand.gov.in|
|Uttarakhand||(06 Nov 2020) scert.uk.gov.in|
|Goa||(30 Oct 2020) scert.goa.gov.in|
|Andhra Pradesh||(06 Nov 2020) www.bse.ap.gov.in|
|Maharashtra||(04 Nov 2020) nts.mscescholarshipexam.in|
|Punjab||(02 Nov 2020) www.epunjabschool.gov.in|
|Meghalaya||(27 Oct 2020) megeducation.gov.in|
|Chhattisgarh||(24 Oct 2020) scert.cg.gov.in|
|Gujarat||(07 Nov 2020) www.sebexam.org|
|Jammu & Kashmir||www.jkbose.ac.in|
|Assam||(25 Nov 2020) madhyamik.assam.gov.in|
|Rajasthan||(12 Nov 2020) bserexam.net|
|Daman & Diu||daman.nic.in|
|Sikkim||(03 Nov 2020) www.scertsikkim.in|
|Himachal Pradesh||(20 Nov 2020) himachalservices.nic.in|
|Dadra & Nagar Haveli||dnh.nic.in|