NTSE Result 2020: SCERT Bihar has released the NTSE 2020 Stage 1 result on June 11 in online mode. Candidates from Bihar state can check the Stage 1 NTSE result from the official website. Earlier, on May 12, SCERT Uttarakhand released the NTSE Uttarakhand result. Besides that, NTSE Result for Stage 1 is declared for Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Delhi, Goa, Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Maharashtra, and many other states & UTs.
The NTSE result is released as PDF in the form of a selection/ merit list. Candidates can check their name, roll number, and other details on the merit list. All the qualified students of Stage 1 exam will be eligible to appear for the NTSE Stage 2 examination. Along with result PDF, the officials also release the NTSE 2020 cutoff scores. In this article, we have provided you with result links to download your NTSE Result 2020 (Stage 1). Scroll down to check your results.
|June 12, 2020: SCERT Bihar has released the Bihar NTSE Stage 1 result on the official website. Download the result pdf from the table below|
NTSE Result: NTSE Stage 1 Result 2020
Before getting into the details, let’s have an overview of the NTSE 2019-20.
|Name of the Scholarship||NTSE|
|Academic Year||2019- 2020|
|Date of the Exam (Stage I)||2, 3 and 17 November 2019|
|Mode of the Declaration of Result||Online|
State/Union Territory-Wise NTSE Stage 1 Result 2020 PDF Links
The state-wise result links are provided in the table below. Click on the respective links to check your result.
|States/ Union Territories||NTSE Stage 1 Result links|
|Andhra Pradesh||Download PDF|
|Himachal Pradesh||Download PDF|
|Madhya Pradesh||Download PDF|
|Jammu & Kashmir||Download PDF|
|Karnataka||Check Here | Selection List PDF|
|Chandigarh||All Students | Shortlisted List|
|Uttar Pradesh||Download PDF|
|Tamil Nadu||Download PDF|
|West Bengal||Download PDF|
|Arunachal Pradesh||Download PDF|
|Andaman & Nicobar Islands||Available Soon|
|Daman & Diu||Available Soon|
|Dadar and Nagar Haveli||Available Soon|
How To Check NTSE Stage 1 Result 2020?
The steps to check your NTSE Stage 1 Result 2020 are as follows:
- – 1st Step: Candidates are required to visit the official website of their respective state’s NTSE Stage 1 conducting body (or you can check it from the direct links).
- – 2nd Step: Search for the NTSE Stage 1 Result link on the homepage of the portal.
- – 3rd Step: A new page will open in a PDF format. Candidates can search their roll number/name on the list.
- – 4th Step: Download the list for your future reference.
NTSE Qualifying Marks 2020
Candidates who are appearing for NTSE will be required to secure the minimum qualifying marks in both MAT and SAT separately. The category-wise minimum qualifying marks for both the exams are as follows:
|Category||Minimum qualifying marks (in percentage)|
|General / OBC||40%|
|SC / ST||32%|
NTSE Scholarship 2020
Based on the final announcement of NTSE merit list, students will be awarded the NTSE scholarship. However, students must meet the NTSE eligibility criteria at each stage of their education to avail the scholarship. The awardees studying in Sciences, Social Sciences, Humanities, Languages, Commerce, vocational studies, and fine arts are eligible to receive the scholarship up to Ph.D. level whereas the awardees studying professional courses in medicines, engineering, technology, management, and law, are eligible to receive the scholarship up to second-degree level.
The scholarship amount for various educational level (stages) are tabulated as follows:
|Stage||Rate of Scholarship (Rs. Per Month)|
|Higher Secondary Level||1250|
|Graduate and Post Graduate||2000|
|PhD (Four Years)||As per UGC norms|
We have now provided you with all the details on NTSE Result 2020. Following the steps listed above, you will be able to check your results with ease.
As NTSE Stage 1 results are released for almost all States/ UTs, students will now have to gear up for NTSE Stage 2 preparation. The NTSE Stage 2 exam dates will be announced shortly. To prepare for the NTSE Stage 2 students can solve Class 10 Maths Practice Questions and Class 10 Science Practice Questions on Embibe. Once students have covered the NTSE Syllabus, they can take free NTSE Stage 2 Previous Year Tests to check where they stand with their present preparation. Taking the previous year tests will help students to set a direction and strategize their preparation accordingly.
After taking a test on Embibe, students can also check the test feedback. The Advanced Feedback Analysis, if unlocked, pinpoints the mistakes and weak points. Referring to the test analysis will help students understand their mistakes from a very basic level. Understanding and rectifying your mistakes will improve your performance, score, and confidence.
Wishing you the Best of Luck for your NTSE results!
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