Board of Secondary Education (BSE), Odisha is all set to conduct the National Rural Talent Scholarship Examination (NRTS) 2021 test from December 06, 2021. Admit cards for the same shall release soon on the official website bseodisha.nic.in. Once released, registered candidates can access their admit cards only through the online mode. hall tickets will not be issued separately to anyone through the offline mode. Read ahead to get more details about the exam.
As per several news reports, the NRTS 2021 admit cards were to release yesterday, November 30, 2021. However, with less than 5 days left for the exam, hall tickets are yet to be released on the official portal. With such a limited number of days, candidates can expect their hall tickets to release today, December 01, 2021.
Once released, candidates can download their NRTS 2021 admit cards by following the steps given below. These steps may differ from the actual downloading process. However, they are meant to provide a general idea to students.
Step 1: Visit the official website of NRTS 2021 i.e., bseodisha.nic.in.
Step 2: On the homepage of the website, click on the admit card download link. This will mostly be available among the links moving in the upward direction and also under the ‘Latest News’ section.
Step 3: After accessing the download link, enter the login credentials such as School ID and password.
Step 4: Submit the login credentials to access the admit card.
Step 5: Download or print a copy of the admit card as soon as possible before the exam.
NRTS 2021 examination will be conducted through OMR-based pen-and-paper mode. Candidates will have to report to specific centres across the state of Odisha to give the scholarship exam. To gain entry into the centre, candidates will have to carry and show the admit cards at the entry point., Only after doing so will a candidate enter the exam hall. Hence, carrying the hall ticket to the exam centre is a must for each student.
The state-level scholarship test will be held for a duration of 1 hour 30 minutes, testing a candidate’s knowledge base and aptitude in terms of various subjects. These subjects have been divided into two papers – Paper I and Paper II. The first paper will be based on M.I.L., History, Civics and Geography while the second paper will be conducted for Mathematics and General Science. Those who pass both papers will be awarded scholarships by the state government on the basis of their merit position.