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NTSE 2020 Eligibility

By: R Chandrakala on December 10, 2017

NTSE 2017 Eligibility Criteria – National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT) has determined qualification criteria of NTSE 2017 for Class 10 students to fill them in as to whether they are qualified for the national-level grant program. Students who are keen on showing up for NTSE 2017 phase 1 can check here minimum eligibility required for showing up in National Talent Search Examination. NTSE Eligibility Condition 2017 as set down here will likewise help candidates with checking the minimum age required for the application procedure. Check underneath NTSE 2017 qualification criteria.

NTSE Eligibility Criteria 2017 - The NTSE 2017 is being held in two phases – Stage-I and Stage-II. There are unique NTSE 2017 qualification criteria for both the phases of the exam. The students applying for the exam can check the qualification criteria beneath for both the stages independently.

NTSE 2017 Eligibility Criteria for Stage-I:

NTSE Stage-I is conducted by State/UT bodies. Just Indian students are qualified to show up in this level.

  • The students examining in Grade 10 are qualified for showing up in the test.
  • They are required to have acquired 60% marks in their Class IX, in the last scholarly year.
  • Candidates must investigate in a perceived school in the individual State or Union Territory.
  • The SC, ST and PH classification applicants get an unwinding of 5% and the greatest score they more likely than not got in their Class IX is 55% marks.
  • Students enlisted under Open Distance Learning (ODL) are additionally viewed as qualified for the grant examination, on the off chance that he/she is beneath the age of 18 years (as on July 1, 2017) and isn't utilized while showing up for Class X exam.

NTSE 2017 Eligibility Criteria for Stage-II:

Students, securing 80% marks or above in the State level exam, are qualified for the Stage-II to be held by NCERT at National level.

Around 4000 students are shortlisted for the National level NTSE the nation over.

Every one of the students, who secure the minimum marks at Stage-II, are qualified for the grant program.

All the qualified students, who wish to show up in the grant program, are required to enlist for the same. After the investigation of the applications, just qualified applicants are permitted to show up in the exam.

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