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NTSE Stage-II Examination Postponed, Again

NTSE stage II postponed (Representational)

NTSE stage II postponed (Representational)

NCERT had performed the NTSE-stage 1 examination on December 13 and the stage II examination has not been held since. This is the third time when the NCERT has postponed the NTSE Stage – II examination.

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In view of the prevailing state of affairs attributable to the COVID-19 pandemic within the nation and the enforced lockdown by completely different state governments and Union Territory (UT) administrations, the National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT) has once more postponed the National Talent Search Examination (NTSE) Stage-II examination.

NTSE was scheduled to be held on June 13. The examination has been deferred till additional discover. The revised dates shall be introduced by NCERT as soon as the state of affairs is “conducive for the conduct of the NTSE Stage – II examination,” the official discover states.

This is the third time when the NCERT has postponed the NTSE Stage – II examination. Earlier, the examination was scheduled to be performed on February 7 which was then postponed to be held on February 14. It was once more was postponed to be held on June 13 which now stands deferred too.

NCERT had performed the NTSE-stage 1 examination on December 13, 2020. Only these college students of the Class 10 examination are eligible to look for Stage-II examination, who’ve cleared the NTSE Stage I examination.

NTSE is a National Level Examination performed by to offer the scholarship to the deserving candidates. The examination takes place to determine and nurture their expertise after which awarding them with scholarships. Through this examination, NCERT acknowledges college students with excessive mind and abilities. Every 12 months, the examination is performed at 2 ranges: Stage 1 (State degree) and Stage 2 (National degree).

These scholarships are awarded by NCERT on the idea of two goal kind written exams — the Mental Ability Test (MAT) and the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT). These exams are adopted by face-to-face interviews.

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