MP Online has released the NTSE admit card 2019 for the state level National Talent Search Examination which is scheduled to be held on November 3, 2019 in Madhya Pradesh. Students will not get the examination call letter offline. Instead, they have to download it from mponline.gov.in.
Go to the website and wait for the pop up to open. There, click on the link under rajya shiksha kendra, pertaining to NTSE and NMMS admit card. Then on the next page, click services, then link against admit card under the National Talent Search Examination heading. Then login with application number, date of birth to get MP NTSE admit card 2019.
Class 10th students who have applied for the NTSE exam shall be responsible for downloading the admit cards and attending exam as per timings provided therein. Usually the authorities require students to reach the exam center at least 30 minutes before the commencement of the examination. If so mentioned in the admit card, late entry may be allowed, however n student should rely on that provision and take steps to ensure timely arrival at the exam hall.. Neither candidates are allowed to take mobile phones nor calculator, logs tables and any kind of study material inside.
As of now examination will be held at 51 district of headquarters of Madhya Pradesh. In case of shortage of candidates the necessary change will be done which will get updated on the MP website online.
To clear the NTSE examination candidates need to clear its first stage which is a written examination in an offline mode. It consists of two sections of Mental Ability Test (MAT) and Scholastic Ability Test (SAT). Both sections are of 100 marks each and contains all the MCQs type of questions with four options having one correct option. To complete these 100 questions each students have enough 120 minutes or 2 hours each for both sections.
The candidates falling in the General ,OBC and EWS category who will attain 40% in each paper will make to merit list of the candidates eligible for stage 2 of the examination. And this cut off decreases to 32% for SC/ST candidates.
The merit list is prepared on the basis of the cut off and marks achieved in both sections of the paper individually by the respective state and Union Territory. The candidates would be able to check whether they have cleared the examination or not in the month of January or February.
Candidates sitting for stage 2, NTS examination must know that it is scheduled on May 10, 2020. All the questions in the paper are MCQ whose answers have to be marked in an OMR sheet provided to the candidates. It is conducted by National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT) every year for identifying the potential students and help them in leaving no stone unturn to achieve their education by providing them scholarship upto even doctoral level depending upon the subjects taken up in school level education.