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NTSE: In search of Talent

// July 16th, 2013 // 1 Comment » // NTSE

There are many kind of exams organized in India but NTSE is a bit different than others. This test was basically planned by the Human Resource Department of Government of India for the benefit of country as well as those who are really talented. Such successful candidates of this test are provided with financial assistance from Government of India as per the prevailing norms. The test is responsibility of Central Board of Education and it is divided into two parts. The first part is known as State Talent Search Examination while second part is known as National Talent Search Examination. The first part is responsibility of concerned state education boards. In this test the aspirants school is important and not the domicile status.

Any student who is in standard ten and is studying in school which is recognized by the state education board is eligible to appear in NTSE. No doubt he has to be recommended by concerned school also. The test is divided in two parts first part is known as SAT and second part is known as MAT. SAT stands for scholastic Aptitude Test while MAT stands for Mental Ability Test. In SAT there are total 100 questions asked which are of multi choice type. For every question four answers are given and as an aspirant you have to choose the correct one. In MAT, an aspirant has to choose four subjects from different eight subjects provided. From every chosen subject you are asked 25 questions. If you clear first test than second test is taken in same style and then you are called up for personal interview round.

NTSE: if you have talent then you can aim it

// July 10th, 2013 // No Comments » // NTSE

The acronym NTSE stands for National Talent Search Exam which was founded by Ministry of Human Resource from Government of India. The aim of starting this test is to find out the talented students from across the nation and provide them with financial scholarship and other assistance from government. This test is divided in two phases as State Talent Search Exam and National Talent Search Exam. The first Phase of NTSE is complete responsibility of respective state as per the provided setup and arrangement. Every state has own quota of students for the second phase of the test. So in this test residence does not matter much for the candidate but schooling is important.

All the students who study in standard X in any school which is recognized by the concerned state education board are eligible to appear in this test. The exam is in the form of multiple choice questions where four options are provided to one question and out of all four aspirants has to choice the correct one. Successful candidates from First phase of NTSE enter in to second phase as per the available quota of the state. In second phase the level of competition and exam is tougher than first phase. The successful candidates of the second phase are called for round of personal interview which is taken by a panel. The candidates who pass the round of personal interview are provided with scholarship till their completion of PG course in respective field of their education.

NTSE: If you are talented, you are getting searched.

// June 18th, 2013 // 1 Comment » // NTSE

NTSE is an abbreviated form of National Talent Search Exam and was started by Ministry of Human Resource, Government of India. The aim behind test is to find out the talented students from each region and provide them enough support by all the means especially financially and help them to develop. The test is managed by central board of education. NTSE is divided in three phases in total. The first phase test is taken by concerned state board while second phase is completely managed by central board. The third phase is personal round of interview.

The first phase of test is named as State Level Talent Search Exam and responsibility of this test is completely provided to concerned state board. Exam is taken by concerned board as well result is also declared by it. It is an objective type test where candidate is provided four options for one answer and out of four only one is right which candidate has to encircle as the true answer. In this test there are two sections known as SAT and MAT. SAT stands for Scholastic Aptitude Test while MAT stands for Mental Ability Test. In SAT there are total hundred questions asked. In MAT candidate has to choose four subjects out of eight and he will be asked 25 question from each four subjects chosen by him.

Same is style for Second round of NTSE known as National Talent Search Exam. Pass outs of first phase enter in to second round. And then comes third round of personal interview. As it is national level test it is in fact considered as a tough test.

NTSE: High time for you

// March 29th, 2013 // No Comments » // NTSE

Talent is the priceless gift from Almighty. There is none in the world who has not been blessed with at least one talent. But there are few who are so unfortunate that they either fail to recognize their talents or fail to get sufficient opportunities to sharpen them. National Talent Search Examination briefly known as NTSE provides opportunity to identify and further nurture the talents. Being one of the two staged toughest examinations you need to burn your blood to get through it.  Competitions are always tough, and tougher the competition, the greater the reward will be. So if you are a candidate aspiring to undergo the NTSE, it is high time for you.

Earlier the National Talent Search Examination was conducted for the students of standard 8th. Unlike the previous years now from 2013 onwards the examination will be conducted for the students of standard 10th. The first stage of examination is conducted at the state or union territory level and the second stage is conducted at the national level. But mind you that the examinations at both the levels are equally difficult. Many of the students live under the misconception that the state level examination is comparatively less difficult than the national level examination.

Unless you get through the state level examination there is no question of appearing the National level examination and mistake not to take the state level examination lightly. The selection ratio being very low, you need to score well and keep your name in the top order of the merit list else NTSE will be less meaningful for you.