NTSE 2017 Cutoff
NTSE 2017 Cutoff – The stage I NTSE cut off 2017 will be declared by respective states. The stage I cutoff of NTSE 2017 will be the benchmark for appearing in stage II examination. The National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT) will declare the Final Cutoff of NTSE 2017 after conduct of stage II examination. Candidates appearing for stage I and stage II examinations can check here expected NTSE cut off 2017 and last year NTSE cutoff.
The NTSE 2017 stage I examination held on November 5, 6 and 13, 2016 in offline mode. Candidates qualifying the Stage-I exam will only be eligible to appear in NTSE 2017 Stage-II examination to conducted at national level. Scroll down to check to know more about NTSE 2017 cut off.
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NTSE cut off 2017 for MAT, LCT and SAT is the minimum required marks which a candidate has to secure to qualify the scholarship exam. Candidates must secure the minimum required marks to qualify the exam and finally be considered for the respective scholarships. The State wise cut off of NTSE 2017 depends on various factors including number of students appearing in the exam and difficulty level of the paper.
Previous Year NTSE Cut off
NTSE Cut off (Category-wise)
NTSE Cut Off 2016
Maximum Marks of MAT, SAT
From NTSE stage I, as many as 4000 candidates are shortlisted for national level stage II scholarship examination. NCERT shortlists candidates on the basis cut off of NTSE after announcement of stage II examination. Candidates can check here the subject wise cut off of NTSE 2017 as specified in the table below -
NTSE cut off (Subject-wise)
Paper I MAT
Paper II English
Paper II Hindi
Paper III SAT
The National Talent Search Examination (NTSE), a national-level scholarship exam cum scholarship program, is conducted by NCERT. Students studying in 10th standard are eligible to appear in the NTSE 2017. As per the selection procedure, there are two stages of the exam:
NTSE Stage-I: The respective State/UT conducts this State-level stage generally in the month of November for the students studying in Class X.
NTSE Stage-II: The NCERT conducts this National-level stage generally in May for all the Stage-I qualifying students across India.
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