NTSE Stage 2 Admit Card 2021 Released: NCERT NTSE Stage II Exam Date

NTSE Stage 2 Admit Card 2021 Relased: National Council Of Educational Research (NCERT) released its NTSE Stage 2 admit card on its official website i.e. ncert.nic.in on 8th October 2021. Students who had cleared their Stage I examination will be able to feature in NTSE Stage 2 exam. To download NTSE Admit Card for stage 2 students need to provide their State Roll Number and DOB. This year, the stage 2 examination was to be conducted on 13th June but due to a surge in COVID cases and nationwide lockdown the higher authority has postponed the exam, and now it will be conducted on revised dates is 24th October 2021. To get more details about NTSE Stage II Admit card 2021 read this article.

Latest: NTSE Stage II admit card is now available for students.

NTSE Stage 2 Admit Card 2021

Students looking for NCERT NTSE Admit Card Stage 2 need to be understood one thing, the department will not send any hard copy of admit card to their address. So you all must download NTSE admit card online. As such the revised NTSE Stage 2 exam date is not announced but once it is available, then students may expect their NTSE admit card at least 21 days before the examination. Once the NTSE Exam Admit card is available we will share its direct link on this page.

NTSE Stage 2 2021 Exam Date Notice

ntse stage II exam date

NTSE Stage II Exam Hall Ticket 2021: Overview

Exam Conducting authorityNational Council Of Educational Research (NCERT)
Article AboutAdmit Card
ExamNTSE (National Talent Search Examination)
StageStage II
Exam Date24th October 2021
Hall Ticket Date8th October 2021
Mode of AvailabilityOnline
Exam Type OMR based
Official websiteClick here

Download here NCERT NTSE Admit Card Stage II 2021

NTSE Stage II Admit Card

NTSE Stage 2 Exam Scheme

  • Duration Of Exam: 2 hours for each Paper
  • Exam Mode: OMR Based
  • Total Number of question: 100 each in Paper I and Paper 2
  • Negative Marking: No
  • Qualifying marks: 32% in each paper

Paper I- Mental Ability Test (MAT)

  • Total question: 100
  • Exam Time: 9:30 am to 11:30 am

Paper II- Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT)

  • Exam Time: 01:30 pm to 3:30 pm
  • Total question: 100
    • Maths: 20
    • Science: 40
    • Social Science: 40

Note: Half hour extra for visually challenged

How to download NTSE Stage 2 Admit Card 2021 @ ncert.nic.in?

By following the steps given below students may get their NTSE Exam Admit Card:

  • Visit, NCERT Official Website
  • On the home page, Click the NTSE Stage II Admit Card lin
  • A new page will open where you need to submit your
    • State NTSE Roll number
    • Date of Birth
    • Captcha Code appears on the screen
ntse stage 2 admit card
  • Upon submittting details your NTSE Stage II Hall Ticket display on your screen.
  • Verify the details and take the printout of it and keep it safely.

Details mentioned in NCERT NTSE Admit Card 2021 stage 2

Here are some details which will be printed in your NTSE Hall ticket:

  • Students name
  • Father/Mother Name
  • Roll number
  • DOB
  • Exam Date and Time
  • Exam center details
  • Reporting time
  • Photograph
  • Exam Name
  • Instructions

Documents required on NTSE Stage 2 Exam Day

A list of few documents is also required to be carried while appearing for the examination:

  • A valid Copy of NTSE Stage 2 Admit card
  • ID Proof (if required)
  • Photograph (which is to be pasted in the space given in NTSE hall ticket)

NTSE Stage 2 Exam centre List

Normally each state has only one exam center but sometimes authority allotted more than one center. The list of exam centers for each state will be released by the authority separately on its website. Have a look at the list of exam centers where the 2020 exam is conducted.

NTSE Stage 2 Exam centre List

NTSE Stage 2 Exam Centre Change

Once the examination center allotted to students will not be changed at all but in some exception condition NCERT will accept its request and for that applicant need to submit a written request at least 15 days before the examination.

Once your request for change in the examination center is accepted by the authority, then they will release the list of such candidates on their website.

NTSE Stage 2 Marking Scheme

For each correct answer applicant will be awarded one mark but there is no negative marking scheme in the examination but students must refrain from blind guessing.

NTSE Stage II Exam Medium

The medium of examination will be of following languages: –

  1. Asamiya
  2. Bangla
  3. English
  4. Gujarati
  5. Hindi
  6. Kannada
  7. Marathi
  8. Malayalam
  9. Odia
  10. Punjabi
  11. Tamil
  12. Telugu
  13. Urdu


If students have any queries related to the examination then they may contact the officials at

+91-11-26515382/ +91-11-26560464/ +91-11-26562704

deme.ncert@nic.in/ esdhead@gmail.com/ esdhead.ncert@gov.in ntse2@yahoo.co.in

Official Website

How can I download NTSE Stage 2 admit card?

Students can download their NTSE Admit Card for Stage 2 at ncert.nic.in by submitting roll number (Stage 1) and DOB.

Is NCERT release NTSE Admit Card Stage II?

No, as of now the authority has not released its NTSE Hall Ticket

Is NTSE Stage 2 exam is postponed?

Yes, NCERT has postponed its NTSE Stage 2 exam date which was scheduled for 13th June 2021 but now it will be held on 24th October 2021

What is the revised/New date for NTSE Stage 2 exam?

The revised exam date is 24th October 2021.

When we can expect NTSE Stage 2 Hall ticket?

It will be available from 8th October 2021

Will the authority send a hard copy of the NTSE Stage 2 admit card?

No, students need to get their NTSE Stage II hall ticket online only.

How can I change the allotted examination centre?

Change of examination center will be done in exceptional cases only like parents transferred to other state and for this student need to write the authority at least two weeks before the exam date.

Is there any negative marking in NTSE Stage II exam?

No, there is no such scheme in stage II.

How many marks are students required to qualify the stage II exam?

In both paper, students need to obtain at least 32% marks.

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