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Dates for IITJEE mains 2019

Events First Attempt Second Attempt
On-line submission of Application Form upto 11.50 p.m. (including uploading of photograph and signature 01.09.2018 to 30.09.2018 08.02.2019 to 07.03.2019
Date for successful final transaction of fee (through Credit/Debit Card/ Net Banking up to 11.50 p.m. and through e-challan upto bank hours) 01.09.2018 to 01.10.2018 08.02.2019 to 08.03.2019
Dates of Examination Between 06.01.2019 (Sunday) to 20.01.2019 (Sunday) Between 06.04.2019 (Sunday), to 20.04.2019 (Saturday)
Declaration of Result on NTA’s website By 31st January, 2019 By 30th April, 2019
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13 May 2018 for NTSE -II Examination

  13 May 2018 for NTSE – National Test Search Examination Stage-II Examination

National Talent Search Examination is conducted by NCERT to find out the hidden talent for students studying in class X and nurture them. Every year NCERT conducts NTSE in two phases/stage

NTSE Stage -II
NTSE Stage II exam date is 13/05/2018

Stage-I – State Level

Stage- National Level

Scholarships: About 1000 scholarships are awarded at different level /stages of education.

  • Student studying in class-XI to XII- Rs. 1250  per month as Scholarship
  • Undergraduates and Post-graduates.- Rs. 2000 per month as  Scholarship
  • For Ph.D student scholarship is fixed in accordance with UGC norms.

13 May 2018 for NTSE – National Test Search Examination Stage-II Examination

Reservation:  SC – 15%,   ST – 7.5%    Physically Challenged – 4%


13 May 2018 for NTSE – National Test Search Examination Stage-II Examination

Selection: Stage-I selection process is done by state/UTs, those who qualify stage-I is eligible for stage-II exam, conducted by NCERT

Qualifying Marks:  General category – 40% , 32% for SC,ST & PH

Language Test: Qualifying in Language Test will not be counted for final merit.

Important Dates: Examination for Stage-II in all states/UT is on 13th May 2018 (for those students who passed stage I examination conducted in the month of November 2017.

Stage-I 2018 examination dates – Yet to come

Eligibility:  All Class X student can appear for stage-I examination. There is no domicile restriction.

Open distance learning students can also appear for the examination but there age should be below 18 years as of 1st july 2018 . He/she should be unemployed. H/She going to give the first attempt for class X examination.

The tentative examination pattern for stage I and II will be as follows:

  • Stage-I & II : Three papers will be there at the State/UT level.
Paper Paper -1 Paper-2 Paper-3
Test Mental Ability Test (MAT) Language Test (English /Hindi) Scholastic Aptitude test(SAT)
Number of questions 50 50 100
Number of Marks 50 50 100
Duration in Mins 45 45 90

At Stage II – (National Level),  there will negative marking for each wrong answer. 1/3 marks will deducted for each wrong answer. No negative marking for unattempted questions.

Application  Form: Please contact State/UT liaison officer to get application form and to know the process. You can get the address, contact of the liaison officer of your State/UT from NCERT website( ).

Please don’t send application to NCERT, all queries related to application must be directed to State/UTs liaison officer

Fee related queries – All students may ask their respective State/UT liaison officer for stage-I fee related queries,  mode of payment before submitting the application form. There is no charge for Stage-II examination.

For class X Student studying abroad – They can appear for stage-II exam directly under consition mentined in the NTS brochure. Please visit NCERT website for more information.

Source – NCERT


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7 Tips for health study

7 Tips for healthy study.

  1. Eat Right : Regular intake of good food will not only give you a good body but it also helps in good concentration.
  2. Meditate : Meditation not only improve concentration but also helps remove exam fear and nervous.
  3. Arrange your study.
  4. Take breaks : take 20 mins of break after sitting for 3 hours in a stretch. This way you can prepare your sitting capacity.
  5. Sleep at least 8 hours a day, because brain also require time to assimilate the information you have gathered.
  6. Drink plenty of water and fluids : Take plenty of water. Coffee is good for brain alert but it also contains dehydrating properties. Try Tea or Green Tea as alternative.
  7. Yoga : A must for 25 mins daily for active brain and body.