NTSE Exam 2020-21

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The full form of NTSE is the National Talent Search Examination. It is one of the most prestigious scholarship exams in this country. This test aims to provide financial assistance to the academically gifted students. The National Council of Educational Research and Training or NCERT organises this exam every year via a two-tier process. Tier one is a state or union territory level exam and conducted by the respective state or UT government. Students who qualify this level can attend the Tier two exam, which is a national level exam. NCERT conducts this phase of the NTSE exam.

FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)

Q1. What is the NTSE Exam?

Ans. NTSE is a scholarship program which aims to help students financially to bear the expenses of their studies. This exam has two stages: Part One and Part Two. The state or UT governments are responsible for organising the part one exam while NCERT conducts the second part. Students who successfully clear both the stages become eligible for the scholarship. Apart from Indian students, any candidate who is Indian but studying abroad can also participate, proving he/she fulfils the eligibility criteria. NTSE full form is the National Talent Search Examination. The exam has two papers MAT and SAT, and each paper carries 100 marks.

Q2. What are the Benefits of the NTSE Exam?

Ans. The NTSE exam benefit is that it provides financial support to students to continue their studies. Indian students who are studying abroad can only avail this scholarship if they plan their further studies in this country. Upon clearing this exam, an aspirant will receive Rs.1250 per month for Class 11 and 12, Rs.2000 during their graduation and post-graduation studies, and for their PhD course, they will receive a monthly allowance as per the norms of UGC.