According to the official statement from the NCERT, NTSE was only approved until March 31, 2021, and since it has not been approved after that, the scheme has been halted until further notice.
“The National Talent Search Scheme is a central sector scheme fully funded by the Government of the Ministry of Education (MOE) of India (Gol). NCERT is an implementing organization for the NTS scheme. The scheme has been approved until March 31, 2021. The further implementation of the scheme in its current form has not been approved and has been postponed until further notice. This is for the information of all concerned,” the official statement read.
Recently, the NTSE 2021 was held in 68 exam centers across the country on October 24, 2021, and the final Result was published on the official NCERT website — ncert.nic.in — on February 18. The Result of the provision and the OMR sheet were released by the Council on February 9, 2022 via the official NCERT website.
NTSE is a scholarship program fully funded by the Government of the Ministry of Education (MOE) of India (Gol) and hosted by the NCERT. The scholarship exam is conducted annually in two phases: phase 1 (state level) and phase 2 (national level). While the first phase is run by states, the second phase is hosted by NCERT.