NTSE UP Result 2019- The examination of NTSE UP 2019 will follow the NTSE UP Result 2019 after both the stages adjourn simultaneously. The first stage of the NTSE UP 2019 will commence in the November month of 2018 and the results will be out in the February month of the next year that is 2019, most expectedly. Every year around hundreds and thousands appear and apply for the NTSE examination 2019 in every state in the country. The most crucial reason that justifies the examination is that it is a national level examination that certifies scholarship to all the candidates who qualify through both the stages, successfully. The candidates who qualify through the first stage are the only ones who qualify to the second stage. The two stages or the two tiers are conducted first at the state level by the state educational board and the second stage is conducted at the National level by the NCERT (National Council of Educational Research and Training). What the students expect after applying and appearing for the NTSE is the NTSE UP Result 2019 which specify their potential level and this is available online here or at the online official website.
NTSE: At a Glance
- It is a National level examination.
- It is an offline based examination.
- It is a scholarship based examination.
- It has two stages.
- The stage 1 is conducted at the state level by the state educatioinal board.
- The stage 2 is conducted at the national level by the National Council Educational Research and Training (NCERT).
- The scholarship scheme is organized for 10+2 level to PhD level.
- The scholarship amount varies standard to standard.
- The total weightage of marks is 100, 50 marks for MAT and other 50 marks for SAT.
- The total duration of the exam is 2 hours or 120 minutes.
NTSE UP Result 2019: How to Download?
Take a look at the following steps that will make the process of downloading the results easier than before. The step-by-step procedure makes things very easy for all the students.
- Visit the online official website of UP educational board
- Search for the link that reads, NTSE UP Result 2019
- Click on the above link and enter all the information details required
- The result gets displayed on the screen successfully
- Download and save the result
- Get the printout of the result for your own future reference
NTSE UP Result 2019: Detailed Information
|Events of NTSE||Dates (Expected)|
|NTSE 2018 Stage 1||November 5, 2018|
|NTSE Uttar Pradesh 2018 Stage 1 result||February, 2019|
|NTSE Uttar Pradesh Cutoff 2018||February, 2019|
|NTSE 2018 Stage 2||May 13, 2019|
|Final NTSE 2018 Result||August 2019|
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NTSE UP Result 2019: What all does it Include?
There are some important details included in the NTSE UP Result 2019. They are mentioned below, which you can take a look upon.
- Serial number
- Name of the candidate
- Date of Birth of the candidate in MM/DD/YY format
- Gender of the candidate
- Category of the candidate
- Age of the candidate
- Disability status of the candidate
- School Name of the candidate
- City name
- MAT Marks
- SAT Marks
- Totality of MAT and SAT marks
- Total Rank obtained by the candidate
Every year all the candidates who appear in the NTSE examination wait for the day of performance release for long. This is the reason why even if the exam is offline based, the result, admit card availability, and syllabus is online. This aims to help the students in getting aware of all the information very fast and in less time than the offline process. The first stage of the NTSE gets conducted in the November month and the result for the same arrives online in the February month of the next year. Then the students who qualify the first stage successfully with at least 50% on the part of the general category and 40% for the other backward class categories get to the second stage of the NTSE that is conducted in the May month of the next year. The above article aims to enlighten the navigating path of all the students who being 10th standard and below 18 years of old try to magnify the aids and benefits of academic empowerment.