The State Council of Educational Research and Training (SCERT), Bihar will today release the admit card for the NTSE exam to be conducted on Jan 16, 2022. The admit card can be downloaded from the official website scert.bihar.gov.in till Jan 16, 2022. The provisional answer key will be published on Jan 21, 2022, and students can raise the objection till Feb 01, 2022. After that, no objection will be entertained.
The admit card includes the personal details as well as the exam details of the candidate. The candidates should look for the exam centre name and address, time and date of the exam. The candidates should also verify their personal details and contact the help desk by sending an email to [email protected] or by dialling 7782046718, in case of any issues.
The applicants can follow the steps given below to download the Bihar NTSE 2022 admit card:
Step 1: Visit the official website scert.bihar.gov.in
Step 2: Applicants can find the link to download the admit card under the “Notifications/ Announcements/ Updates” tab on the left side
Step 3: After clicking on the link, the applicants will be required to enter their Application ID, name and date of birth to view their admit card
Step 4: Applicants can now download their admit cards
National Talent Search Examination, Bihar is a scholarship exam open to students of Class 10 under a recognised board and an institute registered with The State Council of Educational Research and Training. Students registered under open school can also apply, provided they are below the age of 18 and are appearing for the first time.
The exam will be conducted in 2 stages. Stage 1 exam consists of 2 parts- Mental ability Test (MAT) and Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT), each comprising 100 questions. Candidates have to answer multiple choice questions and will be awarded 1 mark for each correct answer. In the Mental Ability Test, candidates are tested in verbal and logical reasoning. Questions in the Scholastic Ability Test are usually asked from science and mathematics. The time allotted for each part is 120 minutes and an additional 30 mins are provided to visually impaired students.