NTSE 2016 Cutoff
NTSE 2016 Cutoff – National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT) has announced NTSE cutoff 2016 on July 22 for the candidates who had appeared in the Stage-II of the selection process on May 8, 2016. The Cutoff has been declared by NCERT in online mode and no postal communication will be made to the candidates in this regards. The cutoff is available for the candidates below in this page.
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Cutoff of NTSE 2016
The NTSE cutoff 2016 is the minimum marks which are required to be scored by the candidate to be eligible for the scholarship. To check the Cutoff of NTSE 2016, candidates have to click on the NCERT official link on this page.
NTSE 2016 Cutoff Subject-wise:
Paper I MAT
Paper II Language Test (English)
Paper II Language Test (Hindi)
Paper III SAT
Total Marks for calculating Merit
* One question scrapped from scoring in MAT (Ques No. 36)
** Four questions scrapped from scoring in SAT (Ques No. 24, 59, 61 and 82)
# Qualifying nature paper; i.e., marks will not be included in final merit list
NTSE 2016 Cutoff Category-wise:
Maximum Marks of MAT SAT
Cut Off Marks
The NTSE 2016 Cutoff has been announced by the official exam conducting body, NCERT with the declaration NTSE final result 2016.
The candidates qualifying the Stage-I will be eligible for appearing in the Stage-II exam. Every year, around 4000 students are selected from Stage I to appear at the Stage II of the examination.
The National Talent Search Examination (NTSE) is a national level examination cum scholarship program. The scholarship programme is conducted by NCERT and students studying in class X are eligible for NTSE 2016 examination and selection procedure, which is as below:
NTSE Stage-I: This stage is conducted by the State/UT usually in the month of November. Any student of class X can register themselves for this stage of the selection process.
NTSE Stage-II: Those students who qualify stage-I appear for this stage of the examination. This is conducted at the National level and students from across the country that has cleared Stage-I compete at this level.
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