HP State Council of Educational
Research and Training
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> Verification Link of Applicants of NTSE & NMMS-2021 is Open.Those who have already applied but couldn't get verified can get the verification done by 24th Jan,2021

> For any query Regarding Student Registration/Verification of NTSE Examination Please Contact : +919411190162

> Extension in Submission of Application form of NTSE & NMMS Examination 2020 till 31st December, 2020

> Postponement & Rescheduling of NTSE Stage-I & NMMS Examination-2020

> Sample Question Paper - HP NTSE, MAT - Nov, 2018

> Sample Question Paper - HP NTSE, SAT - Nov, 2018

> OMR Sheet for Students Practice

> Previous Year Question Paper - SAT, 2019

> Previous Year Question Paper - SAT, 2018

> Previous Year Question Paper - MAT, 2019

> Previous Year Question Paper - MAT, 2018

> Link for Students studying in Class-VIII to submit Online Application Form for HP NMMS Examination 2020 to be held on 13th December 2020

> Link for Principal/Head of the Institution for verification of details of the students of their institution who have applied for HP NMMS Examination 2020

> Instructions for NMMS Stage -I Examination 2020

> Link for Students studying in Class-X to submit Online Application Form for HP NTSE stage- I Examination 2020 to be held on 21th February 2021

> Link for Principal/ Head of the Institution for the verification of details of the students of their institution who have applied for HP NTSE stage- I Examination 2020

> Instructions for NTSE Stage -I Examination 2020

> Advertisement of HP-NTSE Stage - 1 held in December 2020

> Advertisement of HP-NMMS Stage - 1 held in December 2020




College of School Education was established in Solan in 1954. Converted into State Institute of Education (SIE) in 1970. SIE was entrusted the task of preparing programmes and policies from Primary Level to Senior Secondary Level by the State Government. SIE was restructured as SCERT on the pattern of NCERT in 1984. SCERT was converted into society in 1997 with a provision of grants-in-aid by the Government. The grants-in-aid was not released well in time hence the staff remained without salary for months together. In view of the above difficulties State Government reviewed the situation and agreed to meet the salary and other requirements like office expenses, travelling expenses from the budget of Higher Education. Budgetary allocation by the Government is hardly enough to qualify for functional autonomy hence its status and role has been reduced to any other Educational Institution.       more...