Saturday, April 5, 2014

NTSE Jharkhand first stage 2014 result declared

NTSE Jharkhand result first stage 2014

Wednesday, April 2, 2014

NTSE 2014 west bengal first stage result 2013 -2014 have been cancelled - updated on 2nd april 2014

NTSE 2014 west bengal first stage result 2013 -2014 have been cancelled
 - updated on 2nd april 2014

Friday, March 14, 2014

NTSE Madhya PRadesh Result 2014 Revised

NTSE 2014 first stage result of MP have been revised.

Thursday, March 13, 2014

NTSE Gujarat result declared 2014 first stage

NTSE result declared.
Details available on Aryan Classes website

Tuesday, November 26, 2013

NTSE First stage result updates

If you want us to inform you the declaration and other updates of the result of the first stage then please fill this form
Website for NTSE result:

Thursday, November 7, 2013

NTSE 2013 - 2014 first stage cut off

Students are requested to fill this form to help us in projecting expected cutoff

NTSE for International students - Indian citizens staying abroad

Discuss NTSE second stage paper, information, eligibility , exam centre, dates result and other questions.

NTSE Puducherry Question Paper, Information and guidelines

Discuss NTSE Puducherry first stage paper, result and other questions.

NTSE Goa Question Paper, Information and guidelines

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NTSE Chandigarh Question Paper, Information and guidelines

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NTSE Meghalaya Question Paper, Information and guidelines

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NTSE Jammu and Kashmir Question Paper, Information and guidelines

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NTSE Himachal Pradesh Question Paper, Information and guidelines

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NTSE Haryana Question Paper, Information and guidelines

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NTSE Punjab Question Paper, Information and guidelines

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NTSE Uttarakhand Question Paper, Information and guidelines

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NTSE Delhi Question Paper, Information and guidelines

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NTSE Rajasthan Question Paper, Information and guidelines

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NTSE Gujarat Question Paper, Information and guidelines

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NTSE Madhya Pradesh Question Paper, Information and guidelines

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NTSE Chhattisgarh Question Paper, Information and guidelines

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NTSE Uttar Pradesh Question Paper, Information and guidelines

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NTSE Jharkhand Question Paper, Information and guidelines

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NTSE Bihar Question Paper, Information and guidelines

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NTSE Assam Question Paper, Information and guidelines

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NTSE West Bengal Question Paper, Information and guidelines

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NTSE Orissa Question Paper, Information and guidelines

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NTSE Andhra Pradesh Question Paper, Information and guidelines

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NTSE Kerala Question Paper, Information and guidelines

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NTSE TamilNadu Question Paper, Information and guidelines

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NTSE Karnataka Question Paper, Information and guidelines

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Tuesday, November 5, 2013

NTSE Maharashtra Question Paper, Information and guidelines

Discuss NTSE maharashtra first stage paper, result and other questions.

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NTSE second stage classroom crash course: Click here

Official Answer key as released by MSCE

Sunday, October 13, 2013

NTSE 2013 - 2014 result

NTSE 2013 - 2014 result

 We will upload all the information regarding NTSE result here. You can also visit this page for latest information - click here

In between student can share the views and about the exam here.

SCRA 2014 notification

SCRA 2014
Notification released on 05/10/2013
Details -
Exam centres: CLick here
How to apply: Apply online. Visit website
There is a negative marking
Age Criteria: 17-21 years as on 1st Jan 2014. 5 years relaxation to SC,ST and 3 years to OBC.
Educational qualifications - Must have passed 12th class with Maths as one of the subject and atleast phy or chem as another subject.
Fee - Rs 100. Sc, ST, PH and Females exempted from the fee.Fee can be paid at SBI or by netbanking . Details in the brochure and website. Before filling the application form, read the instructions properly.
Download complete notification : Click here

Last date for receipt of application: 04/11/2013
Exam on: 12/01/2014
For more information and coaching click here

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Thursday, January 31, 2013

NTSE 2013 First Stage Result

NTSE 2012 - 2013 result

ntse 2013 second stage result - NTSE 2013 second stage result declared 

 NTSE 2013 second stage pattern have been changed -

 We will upload all the information regarding NTSE result here.

In between student can share the views and about the exam here.

Saturday, October 13, 2012

SCRA 2013 Notification - Exam on 20th Jan 2013.

SCRA 2013 Notification

  • SCRA 2013 Exam centres: CLick here
  • Number of vaccanices: 42, 1 seat reserved for PH
  • Reservation to SC, ST, OBC and PH
  • Examination notice no: 01/2013-SCRA , dated: 13-10-2012
  • Exam conducted by UPSC.
  • How to Apply: Students are required to apply online through website:
  • The adit card can be downloaded three weeks before the exam from the UPSC website.
  • There is a negative marking in the question Paper. Use only black ball pen.
  • Age limit: Candidated must have attained the age of 17 years and must not have attained the age of 21 years on 1st Jan 2013. Upper age limit relaxation to SC/ST by 5 yeas and 3 years to OBC candidates. For more information see the complete notification
  • Education Qualification: Must have passed the intermediate or equivalent exam by second division atleast with Mathematics and either Physics or chemistry as one of the subject. For more details go through the notification.
  • Fee: No fee for females, SC, ST and PH. Others have to pay Rs 100.
  • Detailed instruction regarding how to fill the application form and code etc are already given on the site
  • 3 papers of 200 marks each (paper 1: General Ability, Paper 2: Physical Science i.e. physics and chemisry, paper 3- maths)
  • Objective type questions . No use of calculator
  • Syllabus: Click here
  • They will complete their apprentice/egineering at BIT, MESRA. In first year they would be paid monthly stipend of Rs 9100.
  • Download complete notification: Click here or click here

Thursday, September 20, 2012

SCRA 2013

SCRA 2013
SCRA Exam, 2013



DATE OF EXAM: 20.01.2013 (SUNDAY)

  • From 21st Oct 2012- 6th Jan 2013
  • Days per week: 5 , Evening batch (2:30-7:30).
  • Hours per day: 5
  • Total Hours Approximately: 275 (including lectures, tests etc)
  • The time and duration can vary as per requirements.
  • Fee: Rs 30,000
  • Topic covered : Main focus would be on Paper 1 (General Ability). There would be questions practice of PCM.
  • Venue of Classes: New Delhi (South Delhi, Nearest Metro Station: Hauz Khas , Malviya Nagar).
  • Minimum Eligibility Criteria: 12th Studying student (Must have scored atleast 70% in class 10th ), 12th pass (Must have scored atleast 70% in class 12th)
  • Only those students who are pareparing for Engineering exams (IIT / AIEEE / 12th Studying)or have already prepared for engineering exams would be beneficial fir this batch. Student would be asked to give a short written test for the batch in case the registration exceeds the limit).
  • Study Material of Paper 1 and five model papers (class Test) to be given along with the course and 5 home based test papers.
  • How to Register/Enroll: Download the form, take its printout and send us the form by post along with cheque/DD/Online of Rs 30,000 . We will confirm the receipt after receiving the application form.
  • Download admission form: Click here
  • Last Date to Enroll: Enrollment Open
  • Mode of Payment: Click here
  • Maximim number of students for the batch : 45 - This batch will benefit most, only those students who are also preparing for Engineering exams or have given Engineering exams last year OR who are in touch with PCM and news/current affairs.
  • Hostel facility at New Delhi - We are not providing hostel. A shared room (2)+ tiffin (breakfast + lunch + dinner) cost around Rs 5000 per month in Delhi.
  • Refund Policy: No refund of fee in case batch is confirmed. In case batch is not confirmed, we will send back the cheque (100% refund) back to students within 10 days of the cancellation of the batch. Details - Click here NOTE:In case batch is confirmed, no refund.

Wednesday, August 1, 2012

NTSE 2012 (2011-2012) second stage result

NTSE 2012 second stage result

NTSE 2012 second stage result not declared yet (1st August 2012).

NCERT officials saying that result is expected in 10 - 15 days.

We will update the details ASAP.

Aryan Classes

NTSE 10th class - state officer contact details

NTSE 2012 - 2013 - state contact details
List of Liaison Officers for Class ist X NTS Examination 2012 2012-13
State/Union Territories
North North-East Region
Arunachal Pradesh
Phone: 0360-2290471
Fax No. 0360-2291482, 0360-2290464
Dy. Director (Sc. & Maths)
Directorate of School Education
Govt. of Arunachal Pradesh
Naharlagun, Itanagar-791111
Arunachal Pradesh.
Phone: 0361-2381657 Assistant Director
Office of the Director of Secondary Education
Kahilipara, Assam
Guwahati-781019 (Assam)
Phone: 0385-2415604
Vigyan Mandir Officer
Directorate of Education (Schools)
Lamphelpat,Imphal (Manipur)-795004
Phone: 0364-2233752 Selection Grade Lecturer
Directorate of Educational Research
And Training ((DERT)
Arbuthnot Road,Nongrimmaw
Shillong-793011 (Meghalaya)
Phone: 0389-2343200
Deputy Director
S.C.E.R.T,Chaltlang, Aizawl
Phone: 0370-2270160
Training-cum-Research Associate
SCERT, Nagaland
Kohima-797001 (Nagaland)
Phone: 03592-201029
Fax: 03592-205177
Deputy Director (Exam.)
Human Resource Development
Department of Education
Govt. of Sikkim, Tashiling Secretariat
Gangtok-737101 (Sikkim)
Phone: 0381-2354209
Deputy Director,
State Council of Educational Research and
Training, Abhoy Nagar,
Agartala, Tripura-799005 (West)

Eastern Region
A & N Islands
Phone: 03192-232730
State Institute of Education
Siksha Sadan, Link Road
Port Blair-744101
(A&N Islands)
Phone: 0612-2370783
SCERT Mahendru Post Office
Patna-800006 (Bihar)
Phone: 0651-2261181, 0651-6453342
Jharkhand Academic Council Ranchi,
Gyandeep Campus,
Bargawan, Namkum,
Phone: 0674-2502928
Assistant Director
Directorate of TE & SCERT
Unit IV, Bhubaneswar-751001,
West Bengal
Phone: 033-23378036, 033-23345952
Dy. Director of School Education
(Plg. & Dev.)
Directorate of School Education,
Bikas Bhawan, 7th Floor
East Block, Salt Lake City
Kolkatta-700091 (West Bengal)
Northern Region
Phone: 0172-2676011
State Institute of Education
Chandigarh (U.T.) 160031.
Phone:  011-23529729, 011-26280413, 011-26280410
Senior Science Counsellor/Head
of Office
Science Centre-3
3, Link Road, Karol Bagh,
New Delhi-110005.
Jammu and Kashmir
Phone:  0191-2583601, 0191-2585480, 0194-2494570,0194-2491179
i).Director (Academic)/Liaison
J&K State Board of School
Education, Rehari Colony
Jammu (J&K)-180001.
ii).Director (Academic)/Liaison
J&K State Board of School
Education, New Campus,
Lalmandi, Bemina,
Srinagar (J&K)-190018
Phone:  0124-2304494
Lecturer (Physics),
Science Wing,
S.C.E.R.T., Sohna Road
Opp. Panchayat Bhawan
Gurgaon-122001 (Haryana).
Himachal Pradesh
Phone:  01792-228135
Associate Professor
(Himachal Pradesh).
Phone: 0172-2780141
Lecturer in Chemistry
State Institute of Science Education
(Punjab), SCO 66-67, Sector 17-A
Phone:  0294-2415171
State Institute of Educational
Research and Training
111, Saheli Marg,
Udaipur- 313001(Rajasthan)
Uttar Pradesh
Phone:  0532-2256511
Bureau of Psychology
SCERT, 2 Lowther Road
Allahabad-211001 (UP).
Phone:  01378-227459
Fax: 01378-227528
Deputy Director,
SCERT, Uttarakhand
AT & P.O. Narendra Nagar
Tehri Garhwal-249175
Western Region
Phone: 0771-2442241
Assistant Professor
State Council of Educational
Research & Training (SCERT)
DIET Campus, Shankar Nagar,
Raipur, Chattishgarh-492007.
Daman & Diu
Phone:  0260-2255154 Headmaster
Govt. High School, Jain Street
Opp. Custom Office
Vaniyawad, Nani Daman-396210,
Daman & Diu.
D & N Haveli
Phone:  0260-2630792
Secy. (Primary Education)
Office of District Panchayat
Opposite Secretariat 66 KV Road
Amli, Silvassa,
UT of Dadra and Nagar Haveli
Phone:  0832-2417276
Assistant Education Officer
State Council of Educational
Research & Training
Bardez-403521 (Goa).
Phone:  079-23248461
Gujarat State Examination Board
Nr. Government Library
Sector-21, Gandhinagar-382021.
Madhya Pradesh
Phone:  0755-2768395
0755-4229399 Tele Fax
0755-2552363 Tele Fax
0755-2552364 Tele Fax
Principal, H.S.
Rajya Shiksha Kendra
Pustak Bhawan “B” Wing,
Arera Hills
Bhopal-462011 (M.P.)
Phone:  020-26123066
Fax: 020-26129919
Maharashtra State Council of
17-Dr. Ambedkar Road
Pune-411001 (Maharashtra).
Southern Region
Andhra Pradesh
Phone:  040-23237343
040-23237344 (Telefax)
Deputy Commissioner
Office of The Director of Govt.
Chapel Road, ABIDS
Hyderabad-500001 (A.P.)
Phone:  080-26422239
Fax: 080-26422377
DSERT, No.4, 100 feet Ring Road
Banashankari, 3rd Stage
Bangalore-560085 (Karnataka)
Phone:  0471-2341883
Fax 0471-2341869
Assistant Professor
S.C.E.R.T., Vidhya Bhavan
Poojappura (P.O.)
Phone:  04896-262874 Principal
Govt. Sr. Secondary School
UT of Lakshadweep-682555.
Phone:  0413-2207262 Joint Director
Directorate of School Education
Perunthalaivar Kamarajarcent. Edn.
Colmplex, Anna Nagar
Tamil Nadu
Phone:  044-28272088
Fax: 044-28203089
Directorate of Govt. Examinations
College Road, Nungambakkam,

NTSE - 10th class from 2012 - 2013

  July 31, 2012 NCERT NTSE NOTIFICATION 2012- 2013
Details of the NTSE 2013 (2012-2013):

NTSE 2013 second stage pattern have been changed -

1. Scholarships: On the basis of the National Talent Search Examination, 1000 scholarships
will be awarded. The amount of scholarship will be Rs.500/- per month.
2. Reservation: 15% scholarships will be reserved for students belonging to the SC
category, 7.5% scholarships for students belonging to the ST category and 3% for
Physically Challenged Group of Students.
3. Selection: There will be two-stage selection process for award of scholarship. For Stage-
I, selection will be done by States/UTs through a written examination. Students, who
qualify Stage Stage- I, will be eligible to appear for Stage Stage-II examination, conducted by
4. Important Dates: Dates for submission of application form and conduct of examination,
are given below:
Stage I
Last Date for Submission of Application Form - 31st August, 2012
Examination in Mizoram, Meghalaya, Nagaland and Andaman and Nicobar Islands- 17th November, 2012
Examination in All other States and Union Territories - 18th November, 2012
Examination in All States and Union Territories - 12th May, 2013 (Sunday)
5. Eligibility: All students of Class X studying in recognized schools are eligible to appear
for the Stage -I examination, conducted by the States/UTs, in which the schools are
located. There will be no domicile restriction.
6. Examination: The pattern of written examination for Class X will be as follows:
· Stage I examination at the State/UT level will comprise of two parts, namely
(a) Mental Ability Test (MAT) and
(b) Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT).
· Stage I II examination at the National level will comprise of (a) Mental Ability Test
(MAT), (b) Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT).
7. State Quotas: Each State/Union Territory has been allotted a quota to recommend a
specific number of candidates for the Stage II examination, the details of which will be
made available on NCERT website. However, there will be no State/Union Territory
Quota for the final award of scholarship after the Stage II examination.
8. Application Form: You may contact the State/UT Liaison officer for procuring
application form. However, application form can be downloaded from NCERT website
also. (NOTE: Few states have their own application Form)
9. The completed application form should be signed by the Principal of the school. The
candidate as well as the Principal of the school must adhere to the last date for
submission of the Application Form. Different states may have different last dates for
submission. Please confirm from the liaison officer of your state state, the address at which the
completed forms are to be submit submitted. The State wise contact of the liaison officers are given below and are also available in the NCERT website All queries related to application form should be directed to the State Liaison Officers (LOs) . No application should be sent to NCERT.
10. Fees: States and Union Territories may notify the fee required which will be paid for the
Stage-I examination. Therefore, before submitting the application form, you may find
out the fees charged for Stage-I Examination and also the mode of payment from the
respective State Liaison Officers (LOs). However, NCERT does not charge any fee for
Stage-II examination.
11. Announcement of Results: Results of the Stage Stage-I examination will be announced by the  respective State Governments/ Union Territories. Results of Stage Stage-II examination will be announced by NCERT.
12. Indian Students Studying Abroad in class X can appear directly for Stage II NTS
Examination under conditions prescribed in the NTS brochure which is available on the
NCERT website. Candidates may fill up the Application Form, available on the NCERT
website and send to the undersigned along with a photocopy of the mark sheet of
previous examination, latest by March 31, 201 1, 2013.

Thursday, November 3, 2011

DISCUSS SCRA Paper SCRA and other details

Students are request to discuss SCRA Paper , results and Interview here. It will help other students as well. You can get the solution of the paper as well with help of other students.
All the Best.
Aryan Classes

Friday, August 12, 2011

SCRA 2012 - Special Class Railway Apprentice

SCRA 2012
Special Class Railway Apprentice 2012
  • Date of Notification: 15/10/2011
  • Last Date for receipt of application: 14/11/2011
  • Date of Exam: 29/01/2012
For More Information: Click here

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Thursday, September 16, 2010

NTSE 2011 (NTSE 2010 - 2011) Result and updates

Hello This blog is for students appearing for NTSE first stage in Nov 2010 and second stage in May 2011.
Student can post questions from previous year papers, information about the exam, result and other information.
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Thursday, July 8, 2010

Aryan Classes: NTSE 2010 Interview Preparation

Common Questions:

Interview questions can be divided broadly into the following categories:
1. Based on school syllabus
2. Personal questions

Based on your interests and hobbies

Based on your career goals

Personal (family related)

3. General Knowledge questions
4. Hypothetical questions

About Hobbies:

If your hobby is painting, then you should know at least the name of various type of paintings and the basic difference between them.

If you hobby is classical dance you should know the various forms of classical dance.

If your hobby is western dance you should know various forms of dance available like salsa, tango etc

If your hobby is reading novels you should be aware of few good novelist, prize, Indian novelist etc.

Now a days T 20 is the new concept in cricket. If you are saying cricket as your favourite game, then you should be able to answer a question “ which format u like most – test / one day / T20). As said previously, interview goes normally in the way you let it go or the way you want it to go.

You should not tell interviewer the long list of your interests as this will give them wide scope of questions.

The best way to prepare for such questions is to think about three of your hobbies/interest, or anything you are passionate about. And then try to answer questions as mentioned above.

Based on your career goals:
What you want to be is a very important question and you should be very clear regarding the same. It is not like that you should choose a field from engineering or medical line only. You can select any field, whichever you like social service, army, painter, novelist, architect, historian, lawyer etc. The only thing is that you should be able to answer the following questions:

Why you want to become say doctor?

What it is about?

How can you contribute to the nation?

What are the things you like about this job?

What are the things you dislike about this job?

Common questions asked in the NTSE Interview

Q 1: Tell me something about yourself.: (Your answer should be brief and focused)

Q 2: What are your hobbies?: (Your hobby should be specific – your hobby should not be "watching TV", but it should be watching discovery channel or sports channel etc. Your hobby should be specific and clear. In case your hobby is visiting new places and traveling, then you are inviting lots and lots of questions about geography, history, physical and chemical processes).

Q 3: Which is your favourite subject?: (Whichever subject you choose, go through the NCERT book of class VIII and class IX again – few chapters, if your IX class have been already started..) In case you are interested in History, Geography or any subject like that, there is no harm in proposing that subject as your favourite subjects. NTSE is not only for science students.)

Q 4: Who is your favourite teacher and questions related to the subject that particular teacher teaches?:

Q 5: What is your aim?: (Your answer should also explain why you have selected it as your aim)

Q 6: How you would be able to serve our country by being that?

Q7: What are your strongest points?

Q 8: What are your weak points?: (Even if you have weak point, then you should not declare it as if you are really weak. Everyone has some weakness, so to focus on your weak points should not be your concern. The answer should be such that you admitting that no one is perfect, but any weak point is not good enough to stop you to accept challenges!!) technically speaking the weakest point comes from your strongest point.

Q 9: If your hobby is any particular game, then what are the various laws of the game?

Q 10: Name 2-3 favourite players of National and International level. If your favorite game is cricket, then style / technique of the player should be the reason of you choosing any favourite player of yours. A technical explanation will give you an edge.

Q 11: Apart from being good in academics, in what other activities you participate in your school?

Q 12: If you get NTSE Scholarship, how you will use the money?
(Some student says that they will put in a bank to be used during higher studies. You decide what you will say.)

Q 13: How many hrs you study daily? What is your daily schedule?

Q 14: Define Democracy (based on current affairs).

Q 15: Apart from school books, do you study any other book / magazine?

Q 16: How you prepared for the NTSE Exam?
(Do not mention the name of coaching institute as such)

Q 17: Tell me something about your parent’s job. Who is your role model?

Q 18: Anything you would like to ask from us (at the end of the interview)
(If you ask anything, your question should be very clear).

Prepare your answer keeping these points in mind:

Do not feel nervous. Getting nervous brings your performance down.

If you don’t know anything, reply “no” politely/calmly. Do not say wrong things (or a blunder). If you are putting your guess, then you can say that Sir, I feel….

You should be in a calm and confidant mood.

Interviewer is well aware of the fact that a 8th class student can be very intelligent but normally not matured enough to tackle pressure.

Sometimes interviewer intentionally asks you some questions which are certainly not a part of your course. The Interviewer just wants to see your approach and not the formulas. Interviewer wants to see, how specifically you study. You should analyse and propose your solution with your current level of knowledge.

There can be infinite questions so you can not prepare for each and every question. You have to be mentally strong and confident to face the interview.

Lot of students tells astronomy as their favourite subject or astronomer as their aim. If choosing astronomy, then be prepared for some tough question session.

Do not argue with the interviewer. There exist lot of difference between arguments and discussion.

Most important thing:

Be Confident and Be positive.

Most of the questions would be based on academics

Few questions for the Interview:

Tell me something about yourself.

What is your favorite topic in maths, science and social science ?

What all preparations you have done for the Interview?

What are known as suicidal bags of cell ?

Why is cell called structural and functional unit of life

What do you mean by Globalisation?

What do you feel what are the major problems India is facing today?

What is the difference between various types of rocks and give example of each ?

Which plateau in India is made of sedimentary rocks ?

Mention 5 rivers each of central highlands and deccan plateau. How these rivers are different from the rivers of the Gangetic plain?

What is the role of Nehru in freedom of India ?

What was the role of Rajendra Prasad and Nehru in framing the constituion?

Give the achievements of Akbar, Sher Shah Suri , Aurangzeb, Cholas, Shah Jahan ?

What was the aim of Din-i-ellhi ? Was it related to Kabir?

Questions about various social organisations and there role during indian independence movement like the Brahmo Samaj

Problems from Maths and various puzzles

You should know various definition in maths like integers, rational numbers, composite numbers, prime numbers and their properties.

How we convert one form of energy into another? Can heat energy be converted to electric energy ?

How does desert cooler cool the room during summer ? How it is related to humidity?

What is heat ? What is the difference between heat and energy?

What is difference between heat and temperature ?

What is pressure and how it is different from force and stress

Give one example of reflection and one example of refraction in the room and the effect

What are resources and its various types. According to you which resources you consider most important and why?

What is sound? Does frequency is associated with only sound waves?

Cna you calculate the frequency of the needle of the watch? Calculate for all the three.

Why Sky is blue in day and black in nite but leaves are always green?

How can a mixture of sand, common salt and camphor be separated.

What is the difference between ionosphere and troposphere? How ionosphere is related to ozone layer?

Which type of mirror are most common in ure home?

How do we measure the age of the rock and that of the earth as well?

India does not have much Uranium and therefore we have to depend on Uranium supplying countries for power generation. does nuclear power can be produced strictly by uranium only?

Mention the largest magnet you have ever seen.

How do you separate sulphur from a mixture of iron and sulphur ? How you will separate camphir and dry ice?

What are alloys ? Why alloys cannot be called Solution ? What is the main difference between elements and alloys? What are the characteristic of the alloys?

What is a mixture? Gives its types and the exmaples

What is valency ? What can be the maximum valency

What is specific gravity? Can it be less than 1?

Give one example of electromagnetic wave

What is the wavelength of the visible light? What is audible frequency? Like bats can hear much more than what we can, similarly some organism can see what we cannot see?

What is Solution? Can you prepare solutions of 5 types given from the various objects present on your table right now?

Write electronic configuration of Na and Cl.

What are acids and bases ? Name any two acids which you can find easily in your home

What is the relation between charge and current? If you carry a charge with you does it means current is flowing?

Define Physics and Chemistry. What is Biology? What is study of cells known as?

Do you have invertor in your home? The battery of invertor has which acid?

How you will differentitate between metals and non metals

If you want to prepare electricity using turbine at power plant, which would be your favourite process - evaporation or boiling? and why?

Why there is so much difference between hearing capacities of a man, bat and a dog?

Lungs also release waste and so does kidney. What is the difference between them?

Which organ of your body is most important in terms of daily functioning? leave the option of heart

Define Cell wall and Mitochondria ?

What is the difference between tissues and muscles

Carbohydrate is made us op C,H and Oxygen. Similarly kerosene oil is made up of C,H and Oxygen. Why we feel uneasy if we consume little bit of kerosene oil?

What is the difference between living and non living beings?

Suggest measures to overcome the shortage of water? When everybody knows that we should save water, then how come so much of water is wasted every day?

Shortage of water is related to Global Warming?

What is difference between green revolution and white revolution?

What is the difference between gree house effect and green revolution

What is the difference between soap and detergent. How it contribute to water pollution?

is there any difference between enzyme and hormone and a catalyst?

What are the various sources of energy available to human being?

What are prokaryotes and eukaryotes? Give one example each

Does humans are also the part of the food chain? if yes then the increase of population must be just the shift in the food chain and should not be a worry?

Why urinals at Bus stand has such a bad smell?

What is the temperature of a human body? Does all animals have the same body temperature?

What do you mean by adaptation? Give any two examples

What is the difference between civics and economics?

How society and civics are inter related?

What is caste census and its effect?

What are fundamental duties and rights?

What do you think how corruption can be removed?

Can you map the area under control during Alauddin, Akbar, Aurangzenb and Britishers? Define the major event between reign of these rulers.

What would have happened if India would have achieved independence in 1857?

Who is your favourite PM of India? and Why?

Who according to you is the greatest ruler of India?

Why Indian rulers from the ancient time were not intersted in going to other countries for campaign?

In India we are still using various rules framed by the britishers and still we criticise Britishers for anti Indian laws before the independence?

Why in India, English is preferred than the Hindi or regional languages. For example it would be tough to find good books in English at graduate and post graduate level and neither the students studying Hindi or regional langauge.

What is the difference between developing and developed country?

What is pole star? Draw its approximate location

Name any two rivers of Africa other than river Nile.

You like reading Atlas? Have you ever find anything interesting in Atlas, after which you feel bit happy and excited?

Define the position of the sun

What are asteroids?

What is the average rainfall of your region/city?

Can you tell what is the climatic region of your region/city?

Name any two type of tides.

Who discovered proton? What was the contribution of the Rutherford?

Give any two alloys of Tin and Aluminium

Give one example of folded mountains.

Western Ghats are continuous while Eastern Ghats are broken. Why?

Yous hould know the capitals of all the states of India and major countries of the world.

What were he policies used by the Britishers to take control of the various states of India?

What is difference between state and a society? A citizen should prefer a state or a society?

In real life every process involves physics, chemistry and maths. Give any 5 exams as such. Can you explain all of them using the process of breathing?

What is the difference between gene and a chromosome?

Who was the founder of Buddhism and Jainism?

How Buddhism is fundamentally different from Jainism?

Buddhism followers are now very less in India. Why?

Name 10 Freedom fighters of India. Not more than 2 from one state.

Except our neighbours and Gulf countries, give example of a country which is Islamic?

Which region of India is most prone to earthquakes?

What do you mean by Rabi and Kharif crop? Give one example of each.

What is the capital of Mauritius and Maldives?

How you will detect the presence of carbon di oxide? and oxygen

Give any 4 different type of microorganism which causes diseases in human beings and give one example for each

What are fat soluble vitamins? Does there exist fat soluble and water soluble proteins also?

Define proteins and how they are different from vitamins?

Give name of any two lakes in Southern India and two lakes in Northern India. Give example of one lake on the coast of India.

What are the difference between latitudes, longtidues and equator? locate them on the map

What is IST?

What is Home Rule Leage in Modern History?

What is indigo dye? And its significance in our Modern History

How handful of Britishers managed to defeat the Nawab of Bengal? Give some information about battle of Plassey

Who were the main warriors in the 1857 war of independence?

What were the gains from the 1857 war of independence?

Who is your favorite scientist?

What is the volume of the earth? How much water can be filled in the sphere of the size of the earth?

If earth is rotating then why we are not feeling the spinning of the earth?

Give some information about the Rajya Sabha.

You should know about your school. Founder / Principal / Achievement if any

What is Municipality ?

Give some information about the Panchayat system in India.

How many supremecourt are there in India and High Court in your state?

Indian agriculture is dependant on monsoon. Monsoon is a local wind or a seasonal wind or a permanent wind?

Why sateliites does not fall on the earth surface?

What is ecosystem?

What is Biosphere reserve? Name any 5 biosphere reserves in India.

What is UNESCO?

Who is supreme? PM or the Parliament?

What are CFC?

What is the basic geographical feature difference between Mumbai Delhi and Chennai? Kolkata and Chennai are smiliar?

TN receives most of the rainfall in winter?

Square root of the number is always less than the number?

Which state has the maximum numbe of Lok Sabha seats in India?

What is a Map and a scale?

Who wrote the book "Discovery of India" ?

Give any two contributuons of Raja Ram Mohan Roy

Define Democracy

Give any two example of communicable disease.

Define the unit of any quantity.

How images are formed in our eye?

Why the oscillations of the simple pendulum keep on moving with same rate?

And there can be 100's of such questions. Go through the study material properly.

Just go through the first few chapters of class IX and no need to go through the remaining IX and X class syllabus.Be at your best!

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Friday, June 26, 2009

NTSE Previous Year Questions / Paper

NTSE 2013 second stage pattern have been changed -

NTSE Papers of first stage and second stage is required by all students.
Either send us the complete paper so that we can upload on our website or you can write the questions here also. It will help lot of other students.
Students who have appeared in NTSE exam (State / National ) are requested to post the questions based on their memories. Also mention the month and year of the exam along with the post.
Any efforts of your would be highly appreciated.
We have uploaded lots of questions and papers on our website, the link is as follows:
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Wednesday, April 15, 2009

NTSE 2010 (Session 2009 - 2010)

NTSE 2010.
Eligibility: Student appearing in VIII class in Session 2009 -2010

Admission Forms: In July 2009

Last Date of applying : Normally 31st Aug 2009

How to get Admission Forms: Some States releases their form on their website, but in most of the states form need to be collected from the designated center in the city. Your school management should help you in getting the form.

How to Enroll for NTSE 2010: get the form signed by the school authorities and school will directly send the admisison form the concerned authorities.

Exam Date: First Round (State Round or STSE) Normally on the 2nd or 3rd Sunday of November 2009
Second Round: Second Sunday of May 2010
Followed by the Interview

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Saturday, February 7, 2009

NTSE Results 2009 - 2010 - Aryan Classes (

NTSE Results 2010:
First Round (Exam held in Nov 2009) And National Round (Exam in May 2010):
Check for details