NTSE Hall Ticket 2018 for Stage 1 is available now. You can download NTSE Hall Ticket from the respective website of state authority. Download NTSE 2018 Notification The last date to download it is November 1, 2017. The admit card will also be sent through post by the chief superintendent of the state.
NTSE (National Talent Search Examination) is organized once every year by National Council of Educational Research and Training. According to their performance, aspirants are given scholarships. It is organized to search the talented aspirants in the subjects like science, social science, mathematics and general studies.
|Highlights of NTSE Hall Ticket|
|Announce of NTSE 2018 Hall Ticket Stage 1||October 2017|
|NTSE 2018 Exam Date||November 4 & 5, 2017|
|Issuing body||National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT)|
|Method of availability||Online & Offline|
|Aspirants selected for NTSE Stage 2||Approx. 40,000|
|NTSE Admit Card can be accessed using||Application Number and Date of Birth|
|Details on Hall Ticket of NTSE||Aspirant’s name, application number, test center, test date & time, course, category|
|Documents to carry on exam day||NTSE Admit Card and one Photo ID|
|NTSE Helpline Desk||011-26560464 | firstname.lastname@example.org|
NCERT has announced NTSE Hall Ticket 2018 from October 2017 onwards. Given below are the important dates for NTSE 2018 Hall Ticket aspirants can check.
|NTSE Application Form 2018||Notified by the respective state (varies from state to state)|
|NTSE 2018 Admit card Stage 1||October 2017|
|NTSE 2018 Hall Ticket Stage 2||April 2018|
|NTSE 2018 Exam Date Stage 1||November 4 & 5, 2017|
|NTSE 2018 Exam Date Stage 2||May 13, 2018|
The admit card for NTSE 2018 stage 1 has announced. Aspirants can obtain their hall ticket from any of the two ways: The last date to download it is November 1, 2017.
|State||NTSE Hall Ticket Links|
|West Bengal||Download Here|
Hall Ticket is considered to be the most important document. Given below are some important information available in the hall ticket. Hall Ticket contains some important information about aspirants and the exam.
Aspirants should cautiously check the below information on Hall Ticket before downloading. If the information given below is not current in hall ticket aspirants can contact the examination discipline.
In case of any discrepancy concerned to NTSE Hall Ticket aspirants can contact the chief superintendent of the examination center.
Aspirants can give their preference for exam center in NTSE Application Form. There are total 36 exam centers choices given by NCERT. Once the exam center is allotted to aspirants, it will not be changed. The information concerned to exam center will be available on the hall ticket.
Aspirants are advised to access one hour prior to the commencement of exam to the exam center to avoid any discrepancy. Given below is the list of exam center from which aspirants have to give their preferences.
|Arunachal Pradesh||Dadra and Nagar Haveli|
|Andaman and Nicobar||Lakshadweep|
|NCT of Delhi||Punjab|
|Jammu and Kashmir||Rajasthan|
|Daman & Diu||Uttarakhand|
Along with NTSE Hall Ticket, aspirants must carry some important documents on the day of the exam. Hall Ticket is needed along with any one of the following: Given below is the list of documents to carry to avoid any discrepancy.
Given below are some important information aspirants should follow to avoid any error. Aspirants should cautiously read the guidelines given below. If aspirant establishes breaking any rule his/her exam will be canceled.