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NTSE Stage 2 examination (2019-20) date announced.

NCERT has announced the NTSE stage 2 examination (2019-20) recently for Class X. The examination is pending from last Jun 2020 due to ongoing pandemic.

NTSE Stage 2 exam (2019-20) will be conducted on 7th Feb 2021.

Class X – NTSE Stage 1 (Maharashtra) Answer Key will be made available here after 5pm.

Class X – NTSE Stage 1 (Maharashtra) Answer key will be made available here after 5pm with probable cut-off for 2020-21 and last years cut-off.

Mental Ability Test (MAT) -Answer Key

Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) – Answer Key

Previous Year 2019-20 Cut-off of NTSE Stage 1 (Maharashtra)

GENERAL  – 177.75 Marks

OTHER BACKWARD CLASS (OBC) –  163.06 Marks

SCHEDULED CASTE (SC) – 147.48 Marks

SCHEDULED TRIBES (ST) – 131.97 Marks

Previous Year 2018-19 Cut-off of NTSE Stage 1 (Maharashtra)

GENERAL  – 170.03 Marks

OTHER BACKWARD CLASS (OBC)–159.76 Marks

SCHEDULED CASTE (SC) – 144.28 Marks

SCHEDULED TRIBES (ST) – 131.34 Marks

Class X NTSE Stage 1 – Last Minute Tips to ace level 1 exam !

NTSE Stage 1 for Class X (Maharashtra) will be conducted on Sun 13th Dec 2020 at different centers across Maharashtra. Due to ongoing Pandemic situation and schools closed , students have prepared this examination fully based on Online studies.

Tips for MAT (Mental Ability Test)

  • Initially Solve questions based on water image, mirror image, folding of paper, Venn diagrams, Syllogism are relatively easy. This will give you enough confidence.
  • After that you should target questions based on blood relation, direction test, ranking test.
  • Finally move on to the questions based on number series, analogy based on numbers and classification. There can be a mix of easy, moderate and difficult questions on these topics. So, if you are able to understand the patterns in one go, solve immediately otherwise leave them for the end as it can be time-consuming and may cause unnecessary pressure.

Tips for SAT (Scholastic Aptitude Test)

  • Start with Social Science or Biology section in order to save time and avoid pressure. Maintaining a good speed and accuracy in these sections will help you save time for calculation based questions of Mathematics.
  • Try to complete theoretical questions of Social Science, Biology, Chemistry, Physics and direct questions of Mathematics in 60-70 minutes. This way you will get sufficient time for difficult questions of Mathematics or lengthy calculation-based questions from Physics or Chemistry, if any (around 20-30 in number). Attempt these lengthy and trickier questions towards the end.

Final Words

  • Sometimes, in both MAT & SAT, use of elimination method comes quite handy to get the correct answer. Apply it wherever necessary.
  • Always keep filling the OMR at regular intervals instead of keeping it for the last.
  • Since there is no negative marking in NTSE Stage-I, do not leave any question unanswered. However, before guessing answer to any of the questions, ensure the same as per the marking scheme, as sometimes certain States may change the marking scheme.

Having said that, a good speed and accuracy plays an important role when it comes to competitive examinations. All the Best!

All the Best  and Good Luck !

Check here probable Answer Key after 5 pm on Sun 13 Dec 2020.

Dr Homi Bhabha Bal Vaidyanik Examination dates Announced !

Dr Homi Bhabha Bal Viadyanik Examination to be conducted Online on 14th Jan 2021 (Class VI) and 24 Jan 2024(Class IX) . Registration process to begin from 16 th Dec 2020. Other details are awaited.

Join Neev’s online Test Series for Dr Homi Bhabha Bal Vaidyanik Examination for Class 6 & 9. The test series covers Previous Test Papers with solutions.

Class 5 & 8 Scholarship Examination Final Result with Merit List

Class 5th Merit List

राज्यस्तरीय / STATE-WISE

जिल्हास्तरीय / DISTRICT-WISE

तालुकास्तरीय / TALUKA-WISE

Class 8th Merit List

राज्यस्तरीय / STATE-WISE

जिल्हास्तरीय / DISTRICT-WISE

तालुकास्तरीय / TALUKA-WISE

Class 8 to 12 – Online Registration of NSE’s(IOQ) & IOQM(Maths) begins for students.

National Olympiad Programme in Science and Maths subjects for 2020-2021.

Change in Exam Format National Standard Examination 2020-21

Change in Exam format PRMO (Now IOQM) 2020-21

The tentative schedule of IOQ examinations is as under:

•Indian Olympiad Qualifier in Junior Science (IOQJS): January 17, 2021 (Sunday) 14:30 – 17:30 hrs

•Indian Olympiad Qualifier in Astronomy (IOQA): February 6, 2021 (Saturday) 9:00 -12:00 hrs

•Indian Olympiad Qualifier in Chemistry (IOQC): February 6, 2021 (Saturday) 14:30 – 17:30 hrs

•Indian Olympiad Qualifier in Physics (IOQP) February 7, 2021 (Sunday) 9:00 – 12:00 hrs

•Indian Olympiad Qualifier in Biology (IOQB): February 7, 2021 (Sunday) 14:30 – 17:30 hrs

IOQM (PRMO)- SUNDAY, JANUARY 17, 2021 FROM 09:00 – 12:00 HRS.

Last date of Registration – 27 Nov 2020

Register Online here – https://www.iaptexam.in

Class 10 – NTSE Stage 1 – 20-21 (Maharashtra) Examination Registration Announcement

MSCE has announced the Registration for prestigious NTSE Stage 1 Examination recently for Class 10.

National Talent Search Examination (NTSE) is a national level exam conducted by the National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT) for the students studying in classes 10th. The NTSE Stage-1 examination is conducted a State Level & NTSE Stage-2 is conducted at National Level.

NTSE Stage 1 Examination date for Maharashtra is 13 Dec 2020.

Click here to Know more

Class 5 & 8 – Govt of Maharashtra Scholarship Examination Result announced !

Class 5 & 8 – Govt of Maharashtra Scholarship Examination Resuly announced ! Merit list of the selected candiadtes will be announced later –

Check your Result here – https://puppss.mscescholarshipexam.in/InterimResultLive_Feb20

Check here Year 2019 Merit List Cut-off – https://puppss.mscescholarshipexam.in/PupPssFeb19MeritReports/Reports/merit_list

IAPT announces Major changes in National Olympiad Program for 2020-21

IAPT announces the major changes in NSEs 2020-21

The national olympiad program in Science subject leading to the International Olympiad of 2021 has some major changes for 2020-21 only.

In a departure from the usual three-stage procedure for the selection of the teams to represent India at the international Olympiads that has been followed in previous years, the selection procedure for the 2020-2021 cycle has been condensed to a two-stage process as a one-time exception. The two stages in each subject will be

  • A three-hour two-part examination called the Indian Olympiad Qualifier (IOQ), jointly organisedby the Indian Association of Physics Teachers (IAPT) and the Homi Bhabha Centre for Science Education (Tata Institute of Fundamental Research) – HBCSE (TIFR).
  • An Orientation-cum-Selection Camp (OCSC) organised by HBCSE

The IOQ in each subject will be a combination of two examinations, held in a single sitting for the examinee.

  • Part I: National Standard Examination (NSE): This will replace the standalone NSE of other years. The duration of this part will be 1 hour and will consist of multiple-choice questions, similar in standard to the usual NSE. This part will be a screening examination for selective evaluation of the second part (INO) only and performance in this part will not play any role in the selection for the next level (OCSC). This part of IOQ in different subjects will be called National Standard Examinations (NSEs) in Astronomy, Biology, Chemistry, Junior Science and Physics: NSEA, NSEB, NSEC, NSEJS and NSEP, respectively.
  • Part II: Indian National Olympiad (INO): This will replace the standalone INO of other years. The duration of this part will be two hours and will consist of detailed questions, similar in standard to the usual INO. This part will be evaluated only for students screened through the firstpart (NSE), and the selection for the next level (OCSC) will be determined solely by the performance in this part. This part of IOQ in different subjects will be called Indian National Olympiads (INOs) in Astronomy, Biology, Chemistry, Junior Science and Physics: INAO, INBO, INChO, INJSO and INPhO, respectively.

Online enrollment for IOQ is expected to start on IAPT website (iaptexam.in) by 15 October, 2020.

The tentative schedule of IOQ examinations is as under:

  • Indian Olympiad Qualifier in Junior Science (IOQJS): January 17, 2021 (Sunday)
  • Indian Olympiad Qualifier in Astronomy (IOQA): February 6, 2021 (Saturday)
  • Indian Olympiad Qualifier in Chemistry (IOQC): February 6, 2021 (Saturday)
  • Indian Olympiad Qualifier in Physics (IOQP) February 7, 2021 (Sunday)
  • Indian Olympiad Qualifier in Biology (IOQB): February 7, 2021 (Sunday)

KVPY FELLOWSHIP AWARD – 2020 – Application Process Begins

Class XI and XII – KVPY FELLOWSHIP AWARD – 2020 – Application Process Begins

Date of Examination -31 Jan 2021

KVPY Aptitude test 2020 Application portal Click here

KVPY 2020 detailed advertisement Click here

IMPORTANT NOTE: KVPY FELLOWSHIP 2020 WILL BE AWARDED SOLELY BASED ON APTITUDE TEST. NO INTERVIEWS WILL BE CONDUCTED THIS YEAR (2020).

#ThankyouTeachers !

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