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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: ALL ABOUT NATIONAL TALENT SEARCH EXAM

// May 15th, 2013 // 1 Comment » // NTSE

In today’s prevailing competitive scenario, there is a need to recognise and encourage extremely intellect students.  NTSE is one such national level scholarship program. In India, it is one of the hardest and prominent examinations at the high school level.This examination is organised by NCERT every year in order to hunt for the sharp-minded students all over the country to offer them a scholarship for their complete educational career.

The dual stage selection procedure is followed for this esteemed examination. At the first phase, states and the union territories conduct the screening examination which is popularly known as State Level Talent Search Examination. The top ranking candidates as per the state quota gets eligible for the further stage. Moving into the second phase, NCERT conducts a National level talent search examination of the screened candidates (approx 4000 students), consisting of two objective type tests, that is, Mental Ability Test (MAT) and the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT). A postulated number of students who actually qualify these two tests are finally selected for awarding this scholarship.

The total number of scholarships awarded all over India is 1000 out of which, 15% scholarships are reserved for the SC Category students, 7.5% scholarships for the ST Category students and 3% for the Physically Challenged students. The amount of scholarship awarded to the students qualifying this examination is Rs750/- per month except for PhD where it is paid as per the UGC norms.

National Talent Search Examination (NTSE) aids the students to flourish their minds and augment their analytical expertise.

NTSE 2013: inviting the courageous and brilliant

// April 17th, 2013 // No Comments » // NTSE

Not everybody dares to participate in the National Talent Search Examination. You should know that if you have decided to take the NTSE 2013, you are distinct from the common herd of students. Certainly you have courage and determination that can take you to the acme of your dreams. Mind you that unlike the previous years, the NTSE 2013 will be conducted not for the students of standard 8th but for the students of standard 10th. So if you are aspiring to take the NTSE this year, you should be watchful of the applying dates. For both stage I and stage II examinations, the dates have been already announced and you should not lag behind in filling up the forms.

National Talent Search Examination being taken by the students of whole of India, it proves to be one of the highest, toughest and massive examinations of the country. This is the reason why not everybody dares even to think about it. But if you have already made up your mind, you are certainly far better than others in many respects and you would translate your dreams into reality.

Be familiar with the patterns and types of questions being asked in the examination. You may be a brilliant students always being a topper in your class but mind you that you are now to compete with the talents nationwide and not only at your school, district or state but whole of the country. Direct your efforts in the right direction and your persistent perseverance will surely take you to success in NTSE 2013.