NEST 2024: Exam Dates (Out), Registration (Started), Eligibility, Pattern, Syllabus & Other Updates

National Entrance Screening Test 2024 ( NEST )

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Registration: 3 Apr '24 - 31 May '24

Piyush Dixit

Piyush DixitDeputy Manager

Updated on May 27, 2024 15:55 IST

The NEST 2024 application form was released on the official website at nestexam.in on April 3, 2024. The authority enabled the link to fill the NEST 2024 online form. Students can find the NEST registration 2024 direct link below.   

Applicants can do NEST registration 2024 till May 31, 2024. The last date to apply online can be changed as the application was started late as per the original schedule. Hence applicants are advised to fill the form on time to avoid any last-minute hustle.  

The authorities also emailed to the candidates that they must fill the application form and pay the application fees on time. Along with this the NEST exam syllabus is also mentioned which can be accessed from the page below.  

Earlier NEST 2024 important dates of all the events were out on March 10, 2024. This year, the NEST exam will be conducted for a total of 257 seats. For the Integrated MSc programme 2024–29, the total number of seats at NISER and UMDAE CEBS are 200 and 57, respectively.

Aspirants preparing for the NEST 2024 entrance examination must go through the minimal eligibility criteria set by the examination conducting body before applying for the NEST application form. Applicants will get a window period of around two months to fill the NEST 2024 application form. Candidates will also get the opportunity to edit the form if they commit any mistakes while filling up the online NEST 2024 application form. 

Also Read: NEST 2024 Registration Begins Today For 257 Seats; Apply Online By May 31

The NEST 2024 exam is to be held on June 30, 2024. The authorities will release NEST 2024 admit card on June 15, 2024 in online mode onlyNEST 2024 exam is designed to assess students' knowledge and understanding of fundamental concepts in Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, and Biology.

NEST 2024 entrance exam will be conducted in two sessions, and different sets of question papers will be used for each session. The percentile score of NEST will be calculated based on the relative performance of all the qualified candidates in the respective session.

The authorities has not informed about the NEST answer key release date which will be udpated in due course of time but it will release the NEST result 2024 on July 10, 2024 in online mode only. 

Also Read: NEST 2024 Exam Dates Out; Check NEST Registration, Admit Card and Result Date

NEST 2024 Notification Download Here

Direct Link For NEST Registration - https://cdn3.digialm.com/EForms/configuredHtml/1834/88518/Registration.html 

Q:   When did NEST application form 2024 release?

A:

The application form of NEST 2024 was released by exam conducting authorities on the official website on April 3, 2024. Applicants are advised to check the eligibility criteria before filling the form. 

Earlier the NEST 2024 application form was about to be released on March 30, 2024 but later it was postponed. Students must check the details of all other important events such as admit card date, exam date, answer key date and result dates.

 

Q:   When did NEST 2024 notification release?

A:

NISER, Bhubaneshwar and UM-DAE CEBS, Mumbai released the notification on March 27, 2024 on the official website. Along with notification it also released the NEST exam flyer. 

The notification was released in online mode on the official website. Along with release of the notification the exam conducting authorities also released the application form to register for the exam on April 3, 2024

Applicants are advised to keep checking official website or NEST 2024 page to be updated about the events and accordingly prepare for the exam.

 

Q:   Am I eligible for the NEST exam in 2024? I am 23 years old.

A:

Applicants who want to appear in the NEST 2024 exam. The General and OBC category candidates born on or after August 01, 2004, are eligible for admission to the Integrated MSc programmes of NISER/CEBS. The age limit is relaxed by 5 years for SC / ST / Divyangjan candidates.

Students are advised to check their category before applying for the NEST exam. Candidates need to fill NEST application form to appear for the exam. 

 

What is NEST?

National Entrance Screening Test (NEST) is conducted jointly by the National Institute of Science Education and Research (NISER) , Bhubaneswar, and Mumbai University - Department of Atomic Energy Centre for Excellence in Basic Sciences (UM-DAE CEBS) , Mumbai. The NEST Exam is conducted annually to offer admission for Integrated MSc programmes in:

NEST is a challenging exam, but it is also a rewarding one. Students who perform well in NEST have the opportunity to pursue a high-quality education in basic sciences at two of the country's leading institutes. They also have the opportunity to conduct research under the guidance of world-renowned scientists.

Applicants are advised to be updated about NEST Exam registration details to fill the form and appear in the exam on time to qualify it. 

 

Q:   What is the primary purpose of the National Entrance Screening Test (NEST)?

A:

The primary purpose of the National Entrance Screening Test (NEST) is to evaluate the eligibility of candidates for admission to the National Institute of Science Education and Research (NISER), Bhubaneswar, and the University of Mumbai - Department of Atomic Energy Centre for Excellence in Basic Sciences (UM-DAE CEBS), Mumbai. NEST is a competitive examination in India that assesses the knowledge and aptitude of candidates in the field of basic sciences.

NEST is primarily conducted for admission to 5-year integrated M.Sc. programs in biology, chemistry, mathematics, and physics offered by these two premier institutes. The test aims to identify talented and motivated candidates who have a passion for pursuing a career in scientific research and encourages them to join these institutes for their undergraduate studies.

In summary, the primary purpose of NEST is to select students for admission to integrated M.Sc. programs in basic sciences at NISER and UM-DAE CEBS and foster scientific talent in India.

 
 

Q:   Which fields of study are covered by the NEST examination?

A:

The National Entrance Screening Test (NEST) examination primarily covers the following fields of study:

  1. Biology
  2. Chemistry
  3. Mathematics
  4. Physics

NEST is designed to assess a candidate's knowledge and aptitude in these core Science subjects. The examination is conducted to admit students to integrated M.Sc. programs in these disciplines at the National Institute of Science Education and Research (NISER), Bhubaneswar, and the University of Mumbai - Department of Atomic Energy Centre for Excellence in Basic Sciences (UM-DAE CEBS), Mumbai. Candidates can choose their preferred subject or subjects based on their interest and career aspirations.

 

Q:   What are the dates for NEST 2024 Examination?

A:

NEST 2024 exam notification was released by the examination conducting body on March 27, 2024. According to the official notification this year NEST exam is scheduled to be conducted on June 30, 2024 across India.

According to NEST important dates, the application form released on April 3, 2024.  

NEST is an important exam for students who are interested in pursuing careers in basic sciences and research. The two institutes that offer admission through NEST, NISER and UM-DAE CEBS, are both highly regarded for their academic excellence and research output.

 

NEST 2024 Exam Dates & Schedule

Take a look at the table below for the complete schedule of NEST 2024 exam

DatesUpcoming Exam Dates

03 Apr '24 -

31 May '24

NEST 2024 Application Process

ONGOING

Jun '24

NEST 2024 Application Form Correction Window

TENTATIVE

15 Jun '24 -

30 Jun '24

NEST 2024 Admit Card

30 Jun '24

NEST 2024 Exam Date

Jul '24

NEST 2024 Provisional Answer Key

TENTATIVE

10 Jul '24

NEST 2024 Exam Result

NEST 2024 Highlights

The following table brings important features of the NEST 2024 exam.

Particulars Details
Exam Name National Entrance Screening Test
Conducting Body NISER Bhubaneswar and UM-DAE CEBS Mumbai
Exam Level Undergraduate Exam at National Level
Exam Frequency Once a Year
Mode of Exam Online or Computer-Based Test (CBT)
Courses Offered Through Entrance Exam Integrated MSc
Exam Fees

INR 1,200 (Male candidates of General and OBC categories)

INR 600 (Female candidates of all categories and male candidates of SC, ST and PwD categories)

Exam Duration

3 hours and 30 minutes

Total Marks

200

Total Number of Questions

68

Marking Scheme

+2.5 for each correct answer (MCQs)

+4 for each correct answer (MSQs)

-1 for each incorrect answer (MCQs)

0 for incorrect answer in MSQs and unattempted questions

Language/Medium of Questions

English

Colleges Accepting NEST Score
3 colleges
Total Number of Seats
257
Number of Exam Cities 120
Official Website https://www.nestexam.in/# 
Contact Details

Helpline Number - 022- 61087510

 Email - nest2022cebs@gmail.com

Q:   What is the format of the NEST exam, and what types of questions can candidates expect?

A:

The National Entrance Screening Test (NEST) is an examination conducted in India for admission to the National Institute of Science Education and Research (NISER) Bhubaneswar and the University of Mumbai - Department of Atomic Energy Centre for Excellence in Basic Sciences (UM-DAE CEBS), Mumbai. Please keep in mind that the format and types of questions in the NEST exam may have evolved or changed since then. However, here is a general overview of the format and types of questions you could expect in the NEST exam:

1. Exam Format:

  • The NEST exam is typically conducted in an objective multiple-choice question (MCQ) format.
  • It consists of several sections that assess the candidate's knowledge and aptitude in various subjects.

2. Sections:

  • The NEST exam includes sections on Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics, Physics.

Biology:

  • This section assesses the candidate's knowledge of biology topics, including cell biology, genetics, ecology, evolution, and more.
  • Questions may test both conceptual understanding and factual knowledge.

4. Chemistry:

  • The chemistry section evaluates the candidate's understanding of fundamental chemistry concepts, including organic, inorganic, and physical chemistry.
  • Questions may involve chemical reactions, periodic table trends, stoichiometry, and other chemistry topics.

5. Mathematics:

  • This section assesses the candidate's mathematical skills and knowledge.
  • Questions may cover topics such as algebra, calculus, geometry, statistics, and probability.

6. Physics:

  • The physics section evaluates the candidate's understanding of core physics principles and concepts.
  • Questions may involve classical mechanics, electromagnetism, thermodynamics, optics, and modern physics.
 

Q:   What are the courses offered by NEST Examination?

A:

The National Entrance Screening Test (NEST) examination in India primarily offers admission to 5-year integrated M.Sc. programs in various Science disciplines. As of my last knowledge update in September 2021, the following courses are typically offered through NEST:

  1. Integrated M.Sc. in Biology
  2. Integrated M.Sc. in Chemistry
  3. Integrated M.Sc. in Mathematics
  4. Integrated M.Sc. in Physics

These programs are offered by two premier institutions:

  • National Institute of Science Education and Research (NISER), Bhubaneswar
  • University of Mumbai - Department of Atomic Energy Centre for Excellence in Basic Sciences (UM-DAE CEBS), Mumbai

Each of these institutions may have its specific curriculum and specialisation within these basic Science disciplines. However, candidates can choose their preferred subject or subjects based on their interest and career aspirations when applying for the NEST examination. It's essential to check the official NEST website or the websites of the participating institutions for the most up-to-date information on courses and admission details.

 

Q:   Who is the conducting body for NEST examination?

A:

The National Entrance Screening Test (NEST) examination in India is conducted by the NEST Governing Body. The NEST Governing Body consists of members from participating institutions, and it oversees the administration and organisation of the NEST examination. The primary participating institutions for NEST are the National Institute of Science Education and Research (NISER), Bhubaneswar, and the University of Mumbai - Department of Atomic Energy Centre for Excellence in Basic Sciences (UM-DAE CEBS), Mumbai.

Please note that organizational details and conducting bodies for examinations can change over time, so it is recommended to check the official NEST website or contacting the relevant authorities for the most current information regarding the conducting body of the NEST examination.

 

NEST 2024 Application Form and Process

NEST 2024 Application form and Exam dates were announced by NISER and UM-DAE CEBS on March 10, 2024. As per the notice, the application form will be filled out by April 3, 2024 and the last date of the online application form will be May 31, 2024. Candidates can find all the necessary details regarding the NEST 2024 Examination and its complete process on the official website nestexam.in. 

NEST 2024 Eligibility Criteria-

Below is the list of criteria which is required for the eligibility of NEST 2024 exam:

Eligibility Criteria

Conditions

Age limit

General and OBC category candidates born on or after August 1, 2004 are eligible for admission to the Integrated MSc programme of NISER/CEBS. The age limit is relaxed by five years for SC / ST / Divyangjan candidates. 

12 Class Subjects

Applicants should have Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Mathematics as mandatory subjects in class 12.

Minimum aggregate in 12 Class

Candidates must secure at least 60 percent marks in aggregate or equivalent grade 

For candidates belonging to scheduled castes (SC), scheduled tribes (ST) and Divyangjan categories

The minimum requirement of marks is relaxed to 55 percent in aggregate or equivalent grade in class 12 examination.

NEST Application fee:

Below are the details of the expected fee for filling the online application form of NEST 2024.

Category

Fees (in INR)

Male candidates of Unreserved/ EWS/OBC category

For Centers in India - 1,200

Female candidates in the Unreserved/EWS/OBC category

For Centers in India - 600

SC/ST/PwD/Transgender category candidates

For Centers in India - 600

The NEST 2024 application form will be made available in an online mode on the official website of the exam. Candidates need to first register by providing their personal and educational details. After receiving the NEST 2024 registration credentials via email and SMS, they will have to login again and fill up the NEST application form with the rest of the personal, academic details, exam city preference, course preference and document upload. After all details on the NEST application form will be filled, candidates need to pay the application fee. Candidates can make the payment of the NEST 2024 application fee in online (through credit/ debit card/net banking) mode.

Candidates can check out the following video in order to get better idea of filling up the NEST Application form.

 NEST 2024 Admission Process

The admission process for NEST 2024 involves five steps, which is represented in the infographic below. While the first step is to apply for the exam, the most critical step is to appear for the NEST 2024 exam and qualify for it. The final step is to participate in the NEST counselling process and take admission by paying the requisite fee. Below here is summary of the NEST examination Process 2024:

 

Q:   How to fill NEST application form?

A:

To fill the NEST application form, you will need to follow these steps:

  1. Visit the official NEST website and click on the "Apply Online" link.
  2. Create an account by entering your basic details, such as your name, email address, and mobile number.
  3. Once you have created an account, you will be able to log in and start filling out the application form.
  4. The application form will ask for a variety of information, including your personal information, educational background, and test preferences.
  5. You will also need to upload a scanned copy of your passport-size photograph and signature.
  6. Once you have filled out the application form and uploaded all the required documents, you will need to pay the application fee.
  7. After you have paid the application fee, you will be able to submit the form
 

Q:   When will NEST 2024 application process starting?

A:

The National Entrance Screening Test (NEST) 2024 application form date has been announced on March 10, 2024. The NEST application process has been started done from April 3, 2024 to May 31, 2024.

NEST 2024 registration process will be completely online. Aspirants who will be appearing for the examination are advised to check the eligibility criteria conscientiously before applying for the application form. The online application window is expected to remain open for a period of a month or so. The application fee for nest will be paid online, through Credit/Debit Card or Net Banking or UPI.

 

Q:   What are the tips for filling up the NEST application form?

A:

Here are some tips for filling the NEST application form:

  • Start early. The NEST application form is usually released in May or June, and the deadline for submitting the form is usually in June or July. It is important to start filling out the form as early as possible to avoid any last-minute rush.
  • Gather all the required documents. Before you start filling out the form, make sure that you have all the required documents, such as your passport-size photograph, signature, and Class 10 and 12 mark sheets.
  • Fill out the form carefully and accurately. The NEST application form is a very important document, so it is important to fill it out carefully and accurately. Make sure to read all the instructions carefully and answer all the questions correctly.
  • Proofread your application before submitting it. Once you have filled out the form, take some time to proofread it carefully to make sure that there are no errors. You can also ask a friend or family member to proofread the form for you.
  • Keep a copy of your submitted application for your records. Once you have submitted the form, keep a copy for your records. This will be helpful in case you need to refer to the form at a later date.
 

NEST 2024 Eligibility Criteria

Applicants who want to appear in the exam must check the eligibility criteria before filling the application form. Students must fulfill the eligibility criteria mentioned below: 

  • The candidates who have cleared the 12th Standard examination or equivalent in 2022, 2023 or those who will be appearing for the 12th Standard examination or equivalent in 2024, irrespective of category and age, will be eligible for admission to the Integrated M.Sc. programme of NISER/CEBS in 2024.

  • Applicants must secure at least 60% marks in aggregate (or equivalent grade) in Class XII examination from any recognised Board in India. For Scheduled Caste (SC), Scheduled Tribes (ST) candidates and for Divyangjan candidates, the minimum requirement is 55%.

Note: If any applicants fail to qualify in the eligibility criteria mentioned above then their candidature may be rejected at any stage of admission process. 

NEST Exam Pattern 2024

Below are the details for the NEST 2024 Exam Pattern:

Mode Of Examination: NEST 2024 examination will be a Computer -Based Test (CBT/online exam).

Question Type: Question Paper will consist of Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ) and Multiple Select Questions (MSQ).

Time Duration: 3 hour and 30 minutes will be provided to applicants for completing the examination

Total marks: The questions will consist of a total 200 marks.

Sections: There will be a total four sections which includes subjects i.e.physics, chemistry, mathematics and biology.

Below we have provided the complete section wise pattern for the NEST 2024 Exam:

Section

Subject

Marking

1

Biology

50

2

Physics

50

3

Chemistry

50

4

Mathematics

50

Total

 

200 Marks 

Q:   What is the advantage of conducting NEST exam in CBT Mode?

A:

The NEST exam is a computer-based test (CBT). This means that the exam is conducted on computers, and candidates are required to answer the questions on the computer screen.

The CBT mode of exam has many advantages over the traditional pen-and-paper mode, including:

  • Accuracy: CBT exams are more accurate than pen-and-paper exams because there is no risk of human error in scanning and grading the answer sheets.
  • Efficiency: CBT exams are more efficient than pen-and-paper exams because the results can be released more quickly.
  • Security: CBT exams are more secure than pen-and-paper exams because it is more difficult to cheat on a CBT exam.
 

Q:   Which type of questions are asked in NEST examination?

A:

The NEST exam consists of multiple-choice questions (MCQs) and matching-type questions (MSQs).

MCQs: MCQ questions are the most common type of question asked in the NEST exam. Each MCQ question has four answer choices, and candidates are required to choose the correct answer.

MSQs: MSQ questions are less common than MCQs, but they can still be found on the NEST exam. Each MSQ question has a list of items and a list of answer choices. Candidates are required to match each item with the correct answer choice.

The NEST exam is designed to test candidates' conceptual understanding and problem-solving skills in the four core Science subjects: Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, and Biology. The questions on the NEST exam are typically challenging, and require candidates to think critically and apply their knowledge to new situations.

 

Q:   What are some tips for answering NEST questions in the examination?

A:

Here are some tips for answering MCQ and MSQ questions on the NEST exam:

  • Read the question carefully. Make sure that you understand what the question is asking before you start answering it.
  • Eliminate the wrong answer choices. If you can eliminate two or more of the answer choices, you will have a better chance of choosing the correct answer.
  • If you are not sure about the answer, mark the question for review. You can come back to the question later if you have time.
  • Don't leave any questions unanswered. There is no negative marking for unattempted questions, so it is always better to guess an answer than to leave a question blank.
 

NEST 2024 Syllabus

NEST 2024 syllabus will be released by the exam authorities. Questions in the NEST exam will be asked from topics present in the syllabus of Class 11 and 12 books of the Science stream. The subjects include Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Mathematics. The exam officials have stated that questions in the NEST exam are mainly the science syllabus of Class 11 and 12 that is present in NCERT/ CBSE books. Aspirants can check the full NEST 2024 syllabus on this page.

Q:   Where can I get NEST 2024 exam syllabus?

A:

NEST 2024 Examination is expected to be scheduled in the month of June 2024. Now that there is ample time for the NEST 2024 aspirants to preapare for the examination, candidates can go through the detailed NEST 2024 syllabus in order to ace the examination.

As, the examination conducting body has not released the NEST 2024 syllabus, therefore aspirants are left with the option of going through the NEST 2023 syllabus. It is highly expected that NEST syllabus doesn't change year to year, so candidates are suggested to either go to the CUET 2023 official website and search for NEST syllabus there.

For better ease in accessing the NEST 2023 syllabus, candidates can check the NEST 2024 (Expected) syllabus stream wise and then subject wise here on this page for free. 

 

Q:   Who sets the NEST 2024 exam syllabus?

A:

The NEST exam syllabus is set by the National Institute of Science Education and Research (NISER) and the University of Mumbai Department of Atomic Energy Centre for Excellence in Basic Sciences (UM-DAE CEBS). These two institutes are the only two institutes that use NEST as a sole criterion for admission to their undergraduate programs.

The NEST exam syllabus is designed to test candidates' conceptual understanding and problem-solving skills in the four core Science subjects: Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, and Biology. The syllabus covers a wide range of topics, from the basics of each subject to more advanced concepts.

The NEST exam syllabus is updated regularly to reflect the latest developments in the field of science. Candidates are advised to check the official NEST website regularly for the latest information on the syllabus.

 

Q:   Does NEST exam syllabus change every year?

A:

The NEST exam syllabus is updated regularly, but it does not change drastically every year. The syllabus is designed to cover the core concepts in the four Science subjects: Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, and Biology.

The NEST syllabus committee, which is composed of experts from NISER and UM-DAE CEBS, reviews the syllabus every year and makes changes as needed. These changes are typically minor, and the overall structure of the syllabus remains the same.

Candidates are advised to check the official NEST website regularly for the latest information on the syllabus. The syllabus is typically released in May or June, and the deadline for submitting the application form is usually in June or July.

 

NEST 2024 Exam Centres

The NEST 2024 is expected to be conducted in centres located in 120 cities across India. Candidates have to select up to five cities as per their preferred NEST center location while filling the application form. The exam authorities will try to allot the NEST 2024 Exam Centres as per their preference and availability, The final allotted test center will be mentioned on the NEST 2024 admit card. After the issuance of the admit card, candidates' requests to change centres will not be entertained.

NEST 2024 Preparation Tips

NEST is one of the important examinations that candidates who want to pursue their integrated MSc integrated programmes at NISER, Bhubaneshwar and UM-DAE CEBS Mumbai jointly. 

Understand NEST Syllabus and Pattern: It is very important to know what needs to be studied. The syllabus of NEST 2024 is vast and includes class 11 and 12 topics of Biology, Physics, Chemistry, and Maths. Also, the pattern of the exam has to be kept in mind while preparing for the exam to know what type of questions will be asked and the time available to complete the paper.

Refer to previous year's NEST question papers: Previous year's papers are a great source of information. They will help students in understanding the difficulty level of exams and the subject-wise weightage of topics.

Prepare a timetable for study: Studying as per the timetable can help in covering the syllabus in a planned manner. It is highly advised that students make NEST preparation timetable with at least two to three hours for all three subjects and one hour for revision.

Regular Study: As the syllabus of NEST is vast, all chapters will only be covered if studied regularly daily. Regularity is very important in clearing the NEST 2024.

Learning from NCERT textbooks:  NCERT textbooks are the foundation for NEST syllabus. NEST aspirants must learn from the NCERT textbook and create a solid foundation of ideas and theories. They may also refer to other books to understand the concepts better. 

Selecting the Best Reference Books: NEST aspirants must refer to the best reference books that cover topics from the basics to the advanced level. 

Revision: Revision is as important as studying a topic. If students are not revising what they study, there are possibilities that they will not be able to recall it at the time of examinations.

Mock Test Paper: Solve mock test papers regularly. It is advised that students solve chapter-wise mock papers on completion of a chapter and full-length mock test papers after the completion of the entire syllabus.

NEST 2024 Participating Colleges and Seat Intake

NEST 2024 will be conducted to provide admission to candidates in a five-year integrated MSc programme in Basic Sciences (Physics, Chemistry, Biology, and Mathematics) offered at both NISER and UM-DAE CEBS. Applicants who appear in the exam are often curious about NEST exam colleges and seat availability. 

The details at both institutes are mentioned below which are tentative and can be changed when the NEST 2024 brochure is released:

Category

Seats at NISER

Seats at UM-DAE CEBS

General

101

23

General-EWS

0

6

OBC (Non-Creamy Layer)

54

15

SC

30

9

ST

15

4

Divyangjan/PWD

Five % of seats in each category

Five % of seats in each category

Total

200

57

Admissions at NISER, Bhubaneswar and UM-DAE CEBS, Mumbai are done based on candidates' scores in NEST.

Q:   What is the benefit of NEST exam?

A:

Students who qualify the NEST exam will be given the opportunity to pursue undergraduate programs in Science & Technology at NISER and UM-DAE CBS, two premier institutes in India. 

Applicants are advised to check the detailed eligibility criteria and other important date related events before appearing for the NEST exam.

NEST is a popular entrance exam for Science streams students who paas out 12th standard of exam, in India. The number of seats are disclosed in official notification.   

 

NEST 2024 Question Paper

The NEST 2024 question paper will be released online on the official website after the commencement of the examination in June. For better preparation candidates can download the NEST question paper for the previous year's exam

Question paper structure

Below is the table showing the basic structure of the examination:

Section

Subject

Marks

I - Biology

17 questions (12 MCQs + 5 MSQs)

50 marks 

II - Chemistry

17 questions (12 MCQs + 5 MSQs)

50 marks 

III - Mathematics

17 questions (12 MCQs + 5 MSQs)

50 marks 

IV - Physics

17 questions (12 MCQs + 5 MSQs)

50 marks 

Total 

68 questions 

200 marks 

By knowing NEST exam questions and its type applicants can give boost to their preparation. 

NEST 2024 will be conducted in 2 shifts so candidates can expect two different sets of question papers in the examination.

The expected exam timings for both sessions of NEST 2024 will be as under:

  • Morning shift - From 9 am to 12:30 pm 
  • Evening shift - From 2.30 pm to 6:00 pm.

 

NEST 2024 Mock Test

Mock tests are an integral part of NEST preparation. Although the exam officials do not release the official NEST mock tests. However, aspirants and students may solve unofficial NEST mock tests provided by coaching institutes. Solving mock tests give candidates exposure to the question types and topics as well as help build the exam-taking strategy for the actual day of the exam. Along with taking the NEST mock tests, students should also analyse their performance to know their areas of improvement.

NEST 2024 Admit Card

The NEST 2024 Admit Card will be released on June 15, 2024. Registered candidates can download it by entering their registration credentials. The NEST admit card carries information such as personal details, exam date and time, exam center address, and exam day guidelines and instructions. The NEST admit card is a mandatory document to be carried to the exam center. The NEST admit card 2024 will be available only online, and candidates must preserve it until the exam's counseling or admission process is complete.  

 

Q:   What documents will be valid as photo ID for NEST exam 2024?

A:

Candidates have to carry any one of the following documents will be considered as valid for appearing in the NEST 2024 examination: 

  • Passport 

  • Aadhaar Card or Enrolment slip

  • Voter ID

  • Driver's License 

  • PAN Card

If any student does not have any of these id card then they must bring their admit card of class 12th board exam in the examination hall. 

 

Q:   What login credentials are required to download NEST Admit Card 2024?

A:

Applicants who want to appear in NEST exam, need to download the admit card to appear in the examination. Applicants are required to first check whether they are using recommended browser or not for downloading the NEST 2024 admit card. After that they also need to have an active internet connection at their place before downloading the admit card.  

Students need to enter user ID & password followed by entering Captcha if mentioned on the login portal. After entering these details the admit card will be opened in a new window, now save the copy for future reference. 

 

Q:   What details will be printed in NEST 2024 Admit Card?

A:

The exam conducting authorities will release the admit card at least two week before the commencement of the exam. The NEST hall ticket will mention following details of the applicants

  • Application Number
  • Roll Number
  • Candidate's Name
  • Candidate's Address
  • Date
  • Time
  • Shift
  • Reporting time
  • Venue and Emergency contact number 

In case of any discrepancy in the details mentioned in the admit card, applicants need to immediately connect to the exam conducting authorities by the Emergency number mentioned in admit card. 

 

NEST 2024 Exam Analysis

The NEST 2024 exam is yet to be conducted. This is the national-level entrance exam which will be conducted in two shifts i.e. morning shift (9:00 AM to 12:30 PM) and the afternoon shift (2:30 PM to 6:00 PM).

As the exam is yet to commence, therefore NEST 2204 exam analysis is not provided here. For reference, candidates can take the reference of NEST 2203 exam analysis.

The NEST 2023 difficulty level was easy to moderate. In terms of sections, Physics was the toughest, followed by Mathematics. Chemistry and Biology were on the easier lines. The exam pattern and question types were similar to that of last year. The NEST 2024 answer keys is expected to be released in the first week of July, 2024.

NEST 2024 Answer Key

The tentative date for releasing the NEST 2024 answer keys is the first week of July. The answer keys of NEST 2024 will be sent to candidates' registered email addresses along with their answer scripts. Candidates can check the correct answer and calculate their estimated score and hence gauge their admission chances to the NEST participating institutes through email. Test-takers may also submit objections against one or more NEST 2024 answer keys. There is no fee or charge for submitting objections against answer keys. The answer key of NEST 2024 will mention the correct options for each section i.e. Physics, Biology, Chemistry, and Mathematics in the same pdf file only. 

NEST 2024 Result

NEST 2024 Result will be out on July 10, 2024. NEST merit list/ result carried the roll numbers and/or names of candidates qualifying for the integrated MSc entrance exam. Candidates had to download their scorecards by entering their login credentials. The scorecard contains information on sectional and overall scores, percentile, and All India Rank (AIR). The scorecards should also be preserved until the NEST 2024 admission process ends.

Q:   What information is typically included in the NEST exam scorecard, and how is the scoring system calculated?

A:

The NEST (National Entrance Screening Test) exam scorecard typically includes important information about your performance in the exam. Please note that the specific details may vary from year to year, so it's essential to refer to the official NEST website or the organizing institutions for the most up-to-date information. However, here is the general information that is typically included in a NEST exam scorecard:

  1. Candidate Information:

    • Candidate full name
    • Roll number or registration number
    • Date of birth
    • Photograph (sometimes)
  2. Sectional Scores:

    • Scores obtained in each of the exam's sections, such as Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Biology. The scores are usually presented as raw scores or scaled scores.
  3. Total Score:

    • The total score obtained in the NEST exam, which is the sum of the scores from all sections.
  4. Rank:

    • Your rank or percentile among all the candidates who appeared for the NEST exam. This rank indicates your relative performance compared to other test-takers.
  5. Cutoff Marks:

    • If applicable, the cutoff marks or minimum scores required for admission to specific programs or institutions. Cutoff marks may vary depending on the participating institutions and the programs you are interested in.
  6. Qualification Status:

    • Information about whether you have qualified for further stages of the admission process, such as counseling, interviews, or other selection procedures. This may be mentioned if applicable.
 

Q:   Is there a specific cutoff score for NEST results that I need to meet to be eligible for admission to the NISER or UM-DAE CEBS programs?

A:

The specific cutoff score for NEST (National Entrance Screening Test) results can vary from year to year and may also depend on the participating institutions (NISER and UM-DAE CEBS) and the programs you are interested in. These institutions may set different cutoff scores for different programs and categories of candidates (such as general, OBC, SC, ST, etc.).

The cutoff scores are typically determined based on various factors, including the number of available seats, the performance of all the candidates in the exam, and the institution's admission policies. Institutions use cutoff scores as a means to shortlist candidates for further stages of the admission process, such as interviews or counseling.

It's important to note that meeting the cutoff score is just one aspect of the admission process. Other factors such as interview performance, eligibility criteria, and seat availability also play a role in the final admission decision. Therefore, it's essential to thoroughly review the admission guidelines provided by the respective institutions and stay updated with their official notifications for the most accurate and current information regarding cutoff scores and admission procedures.

 
 

Q:   When was NEST Results declared and how can I check my NEST exam results?

A:

NEST 2023 results declared on July 10 in the form of institute-wise rank cards. As per the official website, the scorecards will be released in a few days after the declaration of the NEST 2023 results. Candidates will have to visit the official website and log in with their application number and roll number to check the NEST 2023 scores. Two separate NEST 2023 rank cards will be released for NISER and CEBS.

Here are the general steps to check NEST exam results:

  1. Visit the Official NEST Website: Go to the official website of NEST.

  2. Log In: Look for a link or section on the website that allows you to log in to your candidate account. You may need to enter your application number, date of birth, and other required credentials to access your results.

  3. Access Your Results: Once you have successfully logged in, you should be able to access your NEST exam results. The results are typically displayed on the screen.

  4. Download or Print: You can usually download or print a copy of your NEST exam scorecard for your records. It's a good idea to keep a copy of your scorecard for future reference.

  5. Check Important Information: Review your scorecard carefully to ensure that all the details are accurate, including your name, roll number, and scores in various sections.

  6. Note the Cutoff Marks: If applicable, check if you have met the cutoff marks required for admission to the programs and institutions of your choice. Cutoff marks may vary depending on the participating institutions and the specific programs.

  7. Follow Further Instructions: The NEST results may also provide information about the next steps in the admission process, such as counseling or interview dates if applicable.

 

NEST 2024 Cutoff

NISER Bhubaneswar and CEBS Mumbai will be releasing the NEST 2024 cut-off marks according to sessions, subjects and categories. The NEST 2024 cutoff will be released in two categories - Section-wise Minimum Admissible Score (SMAS), which refers to the sectional cutoff and Minimum Admissible Percentile (MAP) or overall percentile.

According to the officials, for each section, 20 per cent of the average of the best 100 scores in that section will be considered SMAS. SMAS for different sections can be of different numerical values. Along with the sectional NEST cutoff, candidates also need to clear the overall NEST 2024 cutoff percentile. The NEST 2024 cutoff for General category candidates will be 95 percentile, for OBC candidates in 90 percentile and that of the reserved category candidates, it will be 75 percentile. This data is as per the analysis of NEST cutoff for previous year.

NEST 2024 Counselling

Candidates who will qualify for the exam will be considered eligible to participate in the NEST 2024 counselling process. The counselling process for NEST 2024 will be conducted in three rounds. Qualifying candidates have to upload documents that will be verified by the officials and seats will be allotted to them. They will have to submit an Expression of Interest (EOI) and pay the requisite fee to complete the admission process. At the end of the counselling process, NISER Bhubaneswar and CEBS Mumbai will release separate institute-wise merit lists.

 

Q:   How are NEST cutoff scores determined, and what factors influence their calculation for different programs and categories of candidates?

A:

NEST (National Entrance Screening Test) cutoff scores are determined based on several factors, and the specific calculation process can vary from year to year. The cutoff scores are used by participating institutions like NISER and UM-DAE CEBS as a threshold to shortlist candidates for further stages of the admission process. Here are the key factors that influence the calculation of NEST cutoff scores for different programs and categories of candidates:

  1. Number of Available Seats: The number of seats available for each programme is a critical factor. Programs with a limited number of seats tend to have higher cutoff scores as they are more competitive.

  2. Level of Difficulty of the Exam: The overall difficulty level of the NEST exam for a particular year can influence the cutoff scores. If the exam is relatively more challenging, cutoff scores may be adjusted accordingly.

  3. Performance of Test-Takers: The performance of all the candidates who appeared for the NEST exam in a given year plays a significant role in determining the cutoff scores. Cutoffs are often set based on the distribution of scores and the performance of top candidates.

  4. Institution's Admission Policies: Each participating institution may have its own admission policies and criteria. Some institutions might give more weight to NEST scores, while others could consider additional factors like interviews or qualifying examinations.

  5. Reservation Categories: Cutoff scores can vary for different categories of candidates, such as general, OBC, SC, ST, and others. Institutions often have specific reservation quotas for different categories, and cutoffs are adjusted accordingly.

  6. Historical Cutoff Trends: Institutions may consider historical cutoff trends from previous years as a reference point when determining cutoff scores for the current admission cycle.

  7. Program Specifics: The nature and demand for specific programs can also influence cutoff scores. Programs in high demand or those with specialised requirements may have different cutoffs.

  8. Overall Admission Process: Cutoff scores are just one part of the admission process. Other factors, such as interview performance, eligibility criteria, and specific programme requirements, may also affect the final selection of candidates.

  9. Normalization Process (if applicable): In some cases, when the exam is conducted in multiple shifts or locations, a normalization process may be applied to ensure fairness. This process accounts for variations in the difficulty level of different sets of question papers.

 

Q:   What is the significance of the NEST cutoff score, and how does it impact a candidate's eligibility for admission to NISER and UM-DAE CEBS?

A:

The NEST (National Entrance Screening Test) cutoff score holds significant importance in the admission process for programs at institutions like NISER (National Institute of Science Education and Research) and UM-DAE CEBS (University of Mumbai - Department of Atomic Energy Centre for Excellence in Basic Sciences). Here's the significance of the NEST cutoff score and how it impacts a candidate's eligibility for admission:

  1. Shortlisting Candidates: The NEST cutoff score serves as a threshold to shortlist candidates for the next stages of the admission process. Candidates who score above the cutoff are typically considered eligible for further evaluation, such as interviews, counseling, or seat allocation.

  2. Competitive Benchmark: The cutoff score represents the minimum level of performance expected from candidates to be eligible for admission. It sets a competitive benchmark and helps institutions select candidates who have demonstrated a certain level of competence.

  3. Program and Category Differentiation: Cutoff scores can vary by programme and category (e.g., general, OBC, SC, ST). This differentiation ensures that candidates are evaluated fairly based on their chosen programme and their category.

  4. Limited Seats: NISER and UM-DAE CEBS often have a limited number of seats available for various programs. The cutoff score helps in identifying the most qualified candidates among the applicants, ensuring that those who are most likely to excel are offered admission.

  5. Transparency: Cutoff scores provide transparency to the admission process. Candidates can see whether they meet the eligibility criteria based on their NEST scores.

  6. Admission Weightage: While NEST scores are a crucial component, institutions may also consider other factors like interviews, qualifying examinations, and eligibility criteria when making final admission decisions. The cutoff score is typically just the initial screening criteria.

  7. Fairness and Uniformity: The cutoff score helps maintain fairness and uniformity in the admission process. It ensures that candidates are evaluated objectively based on a common benchmark.

  8. Predictability: Previous years' cutoff scores can provide candidates with a reasonable expectation of the score they need to secure admission. However, these scores can change from year to year based on various factors.

 

Q:   Are there any specific strategies or tips for candidates to meet or exceed the NEST cutoff scores and enhance their chances of admission?

A:

Meeting or exceeding the NEST (National Entrance Screening Test) cutoff scores is essential to enhance your chances of admission to NISER and UM-DAE CEBS programs. Here are some strategies and tips to help you achieve this goal:

  1. Understand the Syllabus: Familiarize yourself with the NEST exam syllabus. Make sure you have a strong grasp of the relevant subjects, including Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Biology, and General Aptitude, depending on your chosen program.

  2. Create a Study Plan: Develop a structured study plan that covers all the topics in the syllabus. Allocate sufficient time for each subject and prioritize areas where you need improvement.

  3. Use Official Resources: Utilize official NEST exam resources, such as sample papers and previous years' question papers. These materials can help you get a sense of the exam pattern and types of questions asked.

  4. Practice Regularly: Practice solving problems and answering questions from previous NEST exams. Regular practice enhances your problem-solving skills and helps you become more comfortable with the exam format.

  5. Time Management: Practice time management during your preparation. Set a time limit for solving practice papers to simulate exam conditions and improve your speed.

  6. Seek Clarifications: If you have doubts or difficulties with specific topics, don't hesitate to seek help from teachers, mentors, or online resources. Clarify your doubts to ensure a strong foundation.

  7. Mock Tests: Take mock tests regularly to evaluate your progress. Analyze your performance in these tests to identify areas where you need further improvement.

  8. Revision: Allocate time for revision in your study plan. Revisiting key concepts and formulas is essential to reinforce your understanding.

  9. Stay Healthy: Maintain a healthy lifestyle during your preparation. Get enough sleep, eat nutritious meals, and exercise regularly to keep your mind and body in peak condition.

  10. Manage Stress: Exam stress is common, but effective stress management techniques such as meditation, deep breathing exercises, and yoga can help you stay calm and focused.

  11. Time and Question Management: During the actual exam, manage your time wisely. Allocate a specific amount of time to each section and move on if you get stuck on a challenging question. Return to it later if time allows.

  12. Guess Strategically: If you encounter questions you are unsure of, consider educated guesses. Remember that NEST often has negative marking for incorrect answers, so don't guess blindly.

  13. Review Your Answers: If time permits, review your answers before submitting the paper to check for any errors or omissions.

  14. Stay Informed: Keep an eye on the official NEST website for updates and announcements regarding the exam, including changes in the syllabus, exam pattern, or cutoff scores.

  15. Prepare for Interviews (if applicable): If your chosen programme includes an interview as part of the admission process, prepare thoroughly for it. Practice answering common interview questions and be ready to discuss your academic achievements and goals.

Remember that success in the NEST exam is not just about achieving a high score but also meeting the cutoff scores for your desired program. By following these strategies and staying committed to your preparation, you can improve your chances of meeting or exceeding the NEST cutoff scores and securing admission to NISER or UM-DAE CEBS programmes.

 

NEST Contact Details 2024

Applicants who want to appear in the NEST exam can check the contact details mentioned below, which will help the candidates during the admission process. 

Helpdesk for raising queries/complaints regarding Registration, Application, Payment, etc.:

Use grievance portal (click 'Helpdesk') after Registration/Login.

Helpdesk Contact: To be updated soon. [Mon-Sat 09:00-18.00]

For queries regarding Information Brochure & Syllabus and general information about NEST 2024:

Email-ID: nest-exam@niser.ac.in

Helpdesk Contact: To be updated soon. [Mon-Fri 10:00-13:00 and 15:00-17.00]

 

 

FAQs Regarding NEST 2024

Here are some important FAQs related to the NEST 2024 Examination

Q:   How often is the NEST examination typically conducted in a year?

A:

The National Entrance Screening Test (NEST) in India is typically conducted once a year. NEST is an annual examination used for admission to 5-year integrated MSc programs in biology, chemistry, mathematics, and physics at the National Institute of Science Education and Research (NISER), Bhubaneswar, and the University of Mumbai - Department of Atomic Energy Centre for Excellence in Basic Sciences (UM-DAE CEBS), Mumbai.

Please keep in mind that examination schedules and frequency can change over time, so it's essential to check the official NEST website or contact the organizing authority for the most up-to-date information regarding the examination schedule and frequency.

 
 

Q:   Can I skip math section in NEST exam?

A:

Ideally applicants should not skip any pericular section before appearing in the NEST exam. As authority will consider the marks from top 3 sections to prepare the merit list. Hence even if one paper from any section except math if don't go well then by securing good marks in math section you can increase your chances of qualifying the exam. Along with this if there are easy questions in math section then there is high probability to secure good marks in it. 

Hence it is advised not to skip any section while preparing for the NEST exam. 

 

Q:   Is the NEST syllabus similar to the NEET exam?

A:

No, the syllabus of NEST exam is different from the NEET exam. Though there may be some topics or sub topics which can be considered in both these exams but it is not identical syllabus to one another. 

The NEET syllabus comprises three sections which are Physics, Chemistry and Biology whereas in NEST exam along with these three the Mathematics topic is also there. 

Applicants are advised to check the detailed description about both these subjects in detailed and accordingly prepare for the exam. 

 

Q:   What are good books for NEST preparation?

A:

Students who want to qualify the NEST exam first they must complete the books of class 11th and 12th. 

Applicants can follow the below-mentioned books for the NEST preparation.

  1. For chemistry, Wiley, KL CHUGH & Dinesh publication books are good

  2. For Physics, DC Pandey & HC Verma's books.

  3. For Mathematics, R D Sharma, SN DEY books

  4. For Biology subject, Objective Biology by Dinesh

Along with these books NCERT & NCERT EXEMPLAR is a must for applicants for all individual subjects. 

 

 

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