NEST 2021(14 Jun): Application Form(Ongoing), Admit Card

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NEST 2021 is scheduled to be held on 14 June 2021. The application form can be filled until 30 April 2021. The admit card can be released on 20 May 2021. National Entrance Screening Test is conducted by NISER, Bhubaneshwar & UM-DAE CEBS (Mumbai) jointly at the national level once in a year. This entrance exam offer admission into a 5-year Integrated M.Sc course in basic sciences – Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics and Physics at National Institute of Science Education and Research (NISER), Bhubaneswar and the University of Mumbai – Department of Atomic Energy Center for Excellence in Basic Sciences (UM–DAE CEBS), Mumbai. Interested candidates can go through the following article for detailed information regarding NEST exam 2021.

NEST 2021 Status

Exam Date Announced
Application form window Open

Latest Updates

  • NEST 2021 Application window will close on 30 April 2021.
  • NEST 2021 will be held on 14 June 2021.
  • The candidates can download the admit card from 20 May 2021.

NEST 2021 Important Dates

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The important dates of the NEST 2021 exam is given below.

Events Dates(Announced)
Release of Online Application Form 24 February 2021
Last date to fill the application form 30 April 2021
Release of Admit card 20 May 2021
NEST 2021 Exam 14 June 2021
Announcement of Result 30 June 2021
These are the official dates announced by the officials

NEST 2021 Application Form

The detailed information regarding NEST Application form is given below.

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  • The application form has been released on 24 February 2021
  • The last date of filling the form is 30 April 2021.
  • Candidate can fill the form online mode on the official website.
  • The applicant has to fill the complete form because an incomplete fill form will be rejected by the conducting body.
  • Multiple forms of a single candidate will be rejected by the officials.

NEST 2021 Application Fee

The category wise NEST application fee is given below.

NEST 2021 Exam Fee
Category Fees
General/OBC Rs.1200/-
SC/ST and PWD Rs.600/-

Mode of Payment: Candidate has to pay their fee through online mode by credit card, debit card or net banking.

How to fill the NEST 2021 Application Form?

The procedure for filling the application form is given below.

  • Step 1 – Visit the official website. i.e. www.nestexam.in Click on ‘Registration’.
  • Step 2 – Click on ‘Login’.
  • Step 3 – Applicants have to fill the academic and personal details.
  • Step 4 – Applicants have to enter the exam city preference while filling the NEST application form.
  • Step 5 – Also, upload the copy of the passport size photo and scanned image of the signature in .jpeg or .jpg format (size limit: 100 kb).
  • Step 6 – Take the copy after the submission of the application fee.

NOTE: No request for refund will be entertained by the conducting body.

NEST 2021 Eligibility Criteria

Applicants must satisfy the eligibility criteria given below to be eligible to sit in the NEST 2021 examination.

  • Qualifying Exam: Applicants must have passed the 12th or equivalent exam from any recognized Board in the years 2018 or 2019 or be appearing in 2020.
  • Subjects: Applicant should be from regular science stream with the only combination of minimum 3 subjects among Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics and Physics in classes 11th and 12th.
  • Minimum Marks: Applicants must secure minimum 60% marks in aggregate in class 12th exam. For applicants from SCPWD/PWD categories, the minimum required marks is relaxed to 55% in aggregate.
  • Age Limit:
    • General and OBC category applicants should born on or after 01 August 2000.
    • The age limit is relaxed by 5 yrs. for SC/ST/PWD applicants.

NEST 2021 Exam Pattern

The detailed information regarding NEST Exam Pattern is given below.

NEST Exam Pattern
Exam Mode Online(CBT)
Duration 3 hours
Type of Questions Objective (MCQ) type questions
Total Marks 230 marks
Language English only
Sections 5 sections
Negative Marking No negative marking

 

NEST Paper Pattern
Sections Subjects Max. Marks
Section 1 General section 30
Section 2 Biology 50
Section 3 Chemistry 50
Section 4 Mathematics 50
Section 5 Physics 50
Total 230

NEST 2021 Admit Card

The detailed information regarding the NEST 2021 Admit card is given below.

  • The NEST admit will be available from 20 May 2021.
  • It can be downloaded from the official portal.
  • Applicants must bring the admit card along with school photo ID card or ID issued by Government to the examination hall.
  • It is advised to take a copy of admit card because aspirants need to show the admit card during admission.

NEST 2021 Syllabus

The vital information regarding NEST Syllabus is given below.

#1. Biology

  • Cell Biology
  • Ecology
  • Genetics and Evolution
  • Humans and Environment
  • Biotechnology
  • Biology of Animal Systems – Digestive system, Circulatory system, Excretory system, Nervous system, Reproductive system, Developmental Biology, Immunology
  • Biology of Plant Systems
  • Systematics

#3. Mathematics

  • Algebra
  • Logarithms and their Properties
  • Analytical Geometry
  • Trigonometry
  • Differential Calculus
  • Integral Calculus
  • Vectors

#4. Physics

  • General topics like Units and Dimensions, Dimensional Analysis, Least Count, Significant Figures etc
  • Mechanics
  • System of Particles
  • Gravitation
  • Sound and Mechanical Waves
  • Thermal Physics
  • Electricity and Magnetism
  • Optics
  • Modern Physics

#2. Chemistry

Physical Chemistry

  • Measurements in Chemistry
  • Mole Concept
  • Gaseous and Liquid States
  • Atomic Structure and Chemical Bonding
  • Thermodynamic – Thermodynamic States
  • Chemical Equilibrium
  • Electrochemistry
  • Solid State
  • Solutions
  • Solid Chemistry: Adsorption and Collidal State
  • Classification of Elements and Periodicity in Properties
  • s-block elements (Group 1 and 2)
  • p-block elements (Group 13, 14, 15, 16, 17 and 18)
  • d-block elements (Mainly 3D elements)
  • f-block elements (Mainly Lanthanides)
  • Coordination Compounds
  • Metals and Metallurgy

Organic Chemistry

  • Basic Elements
  • Reactive Intermediates
  • Nomenclature
  • Alkenes and Alkynes
  • Aromatic Compounds
  • Haloalkanes
  • Haloarenes
  • Alcohols
  • Phenols
  • Ethers
  • Aldehydes and Ketones
  • Carboxylic Acids
  • Amines
  • Carbohydrate
  • Amino Acids and Proteins
  • Polymers

NEST 2021 Answer Key

The NEST Answer key is sent to the registered email address of candidates. Also, the information regarding the keys is available on the official website of NEST. Candidates can use the answer key to calculate their probable score. Candidates can count the total number of correct and wrong answers using the answer key and can accordingly have an estimate of their score.

Additionally, if the candidates find any error in the answer key, they can challenge it. To do so, challenges have to be sent to the email id specified by the official authority. While submitting the challenge, the candidates must mention their roll number and the question id of the questions. Then, after reviewing the errors, a final answer key is released.

NEST 2021 Result

The detailed information regarding the NEST Result is given below.

  • NEST result has been declared through online mode after the completion of the written exam.
  • The result will be announced on 30 June 2021.
  • A merit list of the applicants has been made after the declaration of result and released on NEST 2021 official website.

NEST 2021 Scoring System

The exam pattern and merit list preparation are listed here.

  • In NEST 2021 examination, there would be a general section of 30 marks and four
    subject sections of 50 marks each.
  • And Aspirants can attempt ‘as many’ from the subject sections.
  • Also, while preparing the merit list for admission, the score for the general section would be considered along with three best scores from the remaining subject sections. In other words, the worst score among sections 2 through 5 would be discarded during merit list calculation.
  • As merit list calculation will be performed on marks obtained in the general section and
    in (best) three subject sections, the ‘total’ marks for NEST 2021 becomes 180 (30 + 50 x
    3 = 180).

NEST Exam 2021 Ranking

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NEST 2021 Test Centers

There are approx 91 Test Centers for NEST 2021 examination. Given below is the list of exam centres with Code:

  • Guntur [AP] 01
  • Mangaluru (Mangalore) [KA] 25
  • Angul [OD] 49
  • Tirunelveli [TN] 73
  • Kurnool [AP] 02
  • Mysuru [KA] 26
  • Balasore [OD] 50
  • Hyderabad [TS] 74
  • Rajahmundry [AP] 03
  • Alappuzha [KL] 27
  • Bargarh [OD] 51
  • Karimnagar [TS] 75
  • Tirupathi [AP] 04
  • Ernakulam [KL] 28
  • Baripada [OD] 52
  • Warangal [TS] 76
  • Vijayawada [AP] 05
  • Idukki [KL] 29
  • Berhampur-Ganjam [OD] 53
  • Agartala [TR] 77
  • Visakhapatnam [AP] 06
  • Kannur [KL] 30
  • Bhubaneswar [OD] 54
  • Allahabad [UP] 78
  • Vizianagaram [AP] 07
  • Kasaragod [KL] 31
  • Cuttack [OD] 55
  • Kanpur [UP] 79
  • Guwahati [AS] 08
  • Kollam [KL] 32
  • Dhenkanal [OD] 56
  • Lucknow [UP] 80
  • Patna [BR] 09
  • Kottayam [KL] 33
  • Jharsuguda [OD] 57
  • Noida [UP] 81
  • Chandigarh [CH] 10
  • Kozhikode [KL] 34
  • Khurda [OD] 58
  • Varanasi [UP] 82
  • Bhilai Nagar [CG] 11
  • Malappuram [KL] 35
  • Rayagada [OD] 59
  • Dehradun [UK] 83
  • Raipur [CG] 12
  • Palakkad [KL] 36
  • Rourkela [OD] 60
  • Haldwani [UK] 84
  • New Delhi [DL] 13
  • Pathanamthitta [KL] 37
  • Sambalpur [OD] 61
  • Roorkee [UK] 85
  • Ahmedabad [GJ] 14
  • Thiruvananthapuram [KL] 38
  • Bhatinda [PB] 62
  • Asansol [WB] 86
  • Hamirpur [HP] 15
  • Thrissur [KL] 39
  • Jalandhar [PB] 63
  • Burdwan [WB] 87
  • Shimla [HP] 16
  • Bhopal [MP] 40
  • Mohali [PB] 64
  • Durgapur [WB] 88
  • Jammu [JK] 17
  • Gwalior [MP] 41
  • Jaipur [RJ] 65
  • Hooghly [WB] 89
  • Srinagar [JK] 18
  • Indore [MP] 42
  • Jodhpur [RJ] 66
  • Kolkata [WB] 90
  • Bokaro [JH] 19
  • Jabalpur [MP] 43
  • Udaipur [RJ] 67
  • Siliguri [WB] 91
  • Dhanbad [JH] 20
  • Mumbai [MH] 44
  • Chennai [TN] 68
  • Jamshedpur [JH] 21
  • Nagpur [MH] 45
  • Coimbatore [TN] 69 
  • Ranchi [JH] 22
  • Pune [MH] 46
  • Madurai [TN] 70 
  • Bengaluru [KA] 23
  • Imphal [MN] 47
  • Salem [TN] 71 
  • Hubballi [KA] 24
  • Shillong [ML] 48
  • Tiruchirappalli [TN] 72

NEST 2021 Important Links

NEST 2021 Highlights

Aspirants can check hereunder; short details of NEST 2021:

Name of Examination National Entrance Screening Test (NEST).
Exam Conducting Body  National Institute of Science Education and Research (NISER).
Institutes National Institute of Science Education and Research (NISER), Bhubaneswar and the University of Mumbai – Department of Atomic Energy Center for Excellence in Basic Sciences (UM–DAE CEBS), Mumbai.
Courses 5 years of Integrated M.Sc course.
Official Website www.nestexam.in

Direct Admission to Five Year Integrated M.Sc. Course at UM DAE CEBS

In addition to admission through NEST examination, UM-DAE CEBS will also admit students through the following routes:

  • A. Through Kishore Vaigyanik Protsahan Yojana – KVPY
  • B. Through National Science Olympiads (Supernumery)

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2 COMMENTS

  1. 1. For female candidates the fee is Rs 600/-
    2. Applicants must have passed their 12th standard in 2018, 2019 or appearing in 2020
    3. Number of students mentioned in wrong for NISER and CEBS

    The correct details are available on the official site of NEST – https://www.nestexam.in

  2. Apart from admissions through NEST, UM-DAE CEBS will also admit students through the KVPY route and Science Olympiads.  You can see the official notification at https://www.cbs.ac.in/academics/addmission.
    The details have been uploaded but the admissions will start from April 10, 2020
    With regards
    Kishore Menon 

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