The National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT) has announced the results for the National Talent Search Examination (NYSE) stage 2. Candidates who have appeared for the examination can check the results from the official website – ncert.nic.in. The results have been declared in the form of merit lists that are distinct for each category of students. The final list of candidates is going to be selected for the scholarship award.
How to download?
The NTSE stage 2 examination was held on October 24, 2021, across 68 examination centers in the country. Although the final result was initially supposed to be out at 5 PM, it seems that NCERT has released the same well before time. To know how to download the category-wise merit list, take a look at the steps that one can follow.
Step 1- Go to the official website of NCERT at ncert.nic.in
Step 2- Beside the ‘Latest Update’ section, click on the link that reads ‘NTSE Stage-II 2021 Final Results’.
Step 3- A PDF containing the category-wise merit lists will open on a new page.
Step 4- Click on the required reservation category.
Step 5- The complete list of candidates qualified for the NTS scholarship award will be displayed.
Direct Links to Check NTSE Stage 2 Result 2020-21
|Other Backward Class (OBC)||Click Here|
|Scheduled Castes (SC)||Click Here|
|Scheduled Tribes (ST)||Click Here|
|Economically Weaker Section (EWS)||Click Here|
Every awardee of the NTS scholarship will be provided with an award letter, certificate of merit, and details about the disbursement of the scholarship. The cut-off marks are seen to be different for each category of students. It is seen that the highest cut-off was for the General category and then followed by the remaining ones. To know more, take a look at the table given below.
Click Here to Check the Complete NTSE Stage 2 Cut-off List
The provisional results were released on February 09, 2022. Earlier, the results were supposed to be announced on February 11, 2022, but the same got postponed due to some unknown reasons. Every year, NTSE is conducted in two stages. In the initial or the first stage, the students are examined at the state level. The candidates who are shortlisted based on the first stage are then allowed to participate in the second stage. As a result, the candidates who qualify for the second stage then become eligible for the NTS scholarship.