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NEST Admit Card 2024 (Out): Download Link, Hall Ticket @nestexam.in

NEST Admit Card 2024 (Out): Download Link, Hall Ticket @nestexam.in

Edited By Anurag Reddy | Updated on Jun 21, 2024 11:26 AM IST | #NEST

NEST Admit Card 2024 - NISER Bhubaneswar, in collaboration with UM DAE CEBS, has issued the NEST exam 2024 admit card on June 20, in online mode. Candidates can download the NEST 2024 admit card by using their login credentials on the official website. NEST Exam is an annual entrance test in India for admission to the National Institute of Science Education and Research, Bhubaneswar (NISER) and the Center for Excellence in Basic Sciences (UM-DAE CEBS), Mumbai.

The NEST 2024 admit card contains details regarding the name of the candidate, NEST application number, subject name, exam centre, and exam time. Candidates need to carry original valid ID proof at the examination venue along with NEST admit card. Candidates can know more details about the NEST hall ticket 2024 such as important dates, steps to download NEST exam admit card 2024, and more from this article. Candidates can find the NEST admit card download link below.

NEST Admit Card Dates 2024

Candidates must be aware of the information of major events and dates of the NEST exam admit card 2024. Here are the details of the NEST hall ticket 2024 dates.

NEST Hall Ticket 2024 Dates

Event

NEST Dates

NEST admit card 2024 release

June 20, 2024

NEST 2024 exam date

June 30, 2024

How to Download NEST Admit Card 2024?

Candidates need to follow some steps to initiate the NEST admit card download. Here are a few steps to nestexam.in admit card download.

Steps to Download NEST 2024 Hall Ticket?

  • Visit the official website - nestexam.in
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Details mentioned on NEST 2024 Admit Card

  • The name of the candidate.

  • Category of the candidate.

  • Enrollment number.

  • Gender.

  • Programme applied.

  • Application form number.

  • Exam venue details.

  • Examination day instructions.

ID Documents Required with NEST Admit Card

Candidates appearing for NEST exam must bring a proof of photo identification along with them to the NEST exam centre. Candidates are required to show any of these Govt issued photo identity proofs at the gate to be allowed to enter the NEST exam hall. Candidates are advised to go through the list of required documents for NEST examination in the table below.

Valid Photo ID Proofs required for NEST 2024 Exam

  • Voter ID

  • Driving License

  • Pan Card

  • Aadhaar Card

  • College ID Card

  • Any other photo ID issued by Government agencies

  • Passport

How to retrieve login details for NEST 2024?

If any candidate forgets the login details, then they can also retrieve login details to download the NEST admit card 2024. Here is the step-by-step process to retrieve login details again.

Steps to Retrieve NEST 2024 Login Details

Step 1. Go to the official website of NEST

Step 2. Click on the “Download Admit Card” link

Step 3. Click on “Forget Password” or “Change Password”

Step 4. Enter user ID

Step 5. Click on “Get Password

Step 6. Press “Change Password

Step 7. Click on the “Submit” button

Step 8. Login with the new password

Now, the new password can be used to initiate the NEST exam hall ticket download.

What if I find a discrepancy in the NEST Admit Card 2024?

Once candidates download the NEST exam admit card 2024, then they need to cross-check all information given on the admit card. However, if candidates find any kind of discrepancy in the admit card, then they need to get in touch with the NEST officials to rectify the error. NEST officials will review the discrepancy of the candidate admit card and make the required changes.

Postal Address: The Chief Coordinator, NEST 2020 NISER Bhubaneswar, P.O. Jatni, Khurda-752050, Odisha, India

Official Website: nestexam.in

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

Exam Day Instructions - NEST Admit Card 2024

1). Candidates must carry at least two copies of the NEST exam admit card

2). Candidates must carry a valid ID proof with them at the examination venue

3). Candidates should reach the NEST exam centres 2024 at least 30 minutes before the exam.

4). NEST 2024 exam will be held in multiple menus

5). No electronic gadgets like mobile phones and electronic watches are not allowed in the examination hall.

6). Candidates can’t leave the NEST test centre before the entrance test timing.

7). The use of a calculator is not allowed during the examination.

8). Candidates can bring a pen and pencils for the NISER Bhubaneswar exam

NEST Exam Centres 2024

Candidates can check the exam centres of NEST on the admit card. Examination venue and time details are printed on the admit card NEST. NEST 2024 exam centres are given here and you can check state and exam city details.

NEST 2024 Test Centres

Serial Number

State/UT

Exam City

1

Andaman & Nicobar Islands (AN)

Port Blair

2

Andhra Pradesh (AP)

Guntur

3

Andhra Pradesh (AP)

Kurnool

4

Andhra Pradesh (AP)

Rajahmundry

5

Andhra Pradesh (AP)

Tirupathi

6

Andhra Pradesh (AP)

Vijayawada

7

Andhra Pradesh (AP)

Visakhapatnam

8

Andhra Pradesh (AP)

Vizianagaram

9

Arunachal Pradesh (AR)

Naharlagun-Itanagar

10

Arunachal Pradesh (AR)

Dibrugarh

11

Arunachal Pradesh (AR)

Guwahati

12

Arunachal Pradesh (AR)

Tezpur

13

Bihar (BR)

Bhagalpur

14Bihar (BR)Darbhanga
15Bihar (BR)Gaya

16

Bihar (BR)

Patna

17

Chhattisgarh (CG)

Bhilai Nagar

18

Chhattisgarh (CG)

Raipur

19

Delhi (DL)

New Delhi

20

Goa (GA)

Panaji

21

Gujarat (GJ)

Ahmedabad

22

Gujarat (GJ)

Bhuj

23

Gujarat (GJ)

Rajkot

24

Gujarat (GJ)

Surat

25

Himachal Pradesh (HP)


Bilaspur

26

Himachal Pradesh (HP)

Hamirpur

27

Himachal Pradesh (HP)

Shimla

28

Himachal Pradesh (HP)


Mandi
29Hisar (HR)Haryana
30Ambala (HR)Haryana

31

Jammu & Kashmir (JK)

Jammu

32

Jammu & Kashmir (JK

Srinagar

33

Jharkhand (JH)

Bokaro Steel City

34

Jharkhand (JH)

Dhanbad

35

Jharkhand (JH)

Ranchi

36

Jharkhand (JH)

Jamshedpur [JH]

37

Karnataka (KA)

Bengaluru

38

Karnataka (KA)


Ballari
39

Karnataka (KA)


Kalaburgi

40

Karnataka (KA)

Hubballi (Hubli)

41

Karnataka (KA)

Mangaluru (Mangalore)

42

Karnataka (KA)

Mysuru (Mysore)

43

Kerala (KL)

Alappuzha

44

Kerala (KL)

Ernakulam

45

Kerala (KL)

Idukki

46

Kerala (KL)

Kannur

47

Kerala (KL)

Kasaragod

48

Kerala (KL)

Kollam

49

Kerala (KL)

Kottayam

50

Kerala (KL)

Kozhikode

51

Kerala (KL)

Malappuram

52

Kerala (KL)

Palakkad

53

Kerala (KL)

Pathanamthitta

54

Kerala (KL)

Thiruvananthapuram

55

Kerala (KL)

Thrissur

56

Madhya Pradesh (MP)

Bhopal

57

Madhya Pradesh (MP)

Gwalior

58

Madhya Pradesh (MP)

Indore

59

Madhya Pradesh (MP)

Jabalpur

60

Maharashtra (MH)

Ahmednagar
61Maharashtra (MH)Chhatrapati Sambhaji Nagar (Aurangabad)
62

Maharashtra (MH)

Akola

63

Maharashtra (MH)

Jalgaon

64

Maharashtra (MH)

Kolhapur

65

Maharashtra (MH)

Mumbai

66

Maharashtra (MH)

Nagpur

67

Maharashtra (MH)

Nanded

68

Maharashtra (MH)

Pune

69

Maharashtra (MH)

Ratnagiri

70

Maharashtra (MH)

Solapur

71

Meghalaya (ML)

Shillong

72

Manipur (MN)

Imphal

73

Mizoram (MZ)

Aizawl

74

Odisha (OD)

Angul

75

Odisha (OD)

Balangir

76

Odisha (OD)

Balasore

77

Odisha (OD)

Bargarh

78

Odisha (OD)

Baripada

79

Odisha (OD)

Berhampur-Ganjam

80

Odisha (OD)

Bhawanipatna

81

Odisha (OD)

Bhubaneswar

82

Odisha (OD)

Cuttack

83

Odisha (OD)

Dhenkanal

84

Odisha (OD)

Jharsuguda

85

Odisha (OD)

Rayagada

86

Odisha (OD)

Rourkela

87

Odisha (OD)

Sambalpur

88

Punjab (PB)

Bhatinda

89

PB

Jalandhar

90

PB

Mohali

91

Puducherry (PY)

Puducherry

92

Rajasthan (RJ)

Bikaner

93

RJ

Jaipur

94

RJ

Jodhpur

95Rajasthan (RJ)Kota

96

RJ

Udaipur

97Sikkim (SK)Gangtok

98

Tamil Nadu (TN)

Chennai

99

TN

Coimbatore

100

TN

Madurai

101

TN

Salem

102

TN

Tiruchirappalli

103

TN

Tirunelveli

104

Telangana (TS)

Hyderabad

105

TS

Karimnagar

106

TS

Warangal

107

Tripura (TR)

Agartala

108

Uttar Pradesh (UP)

Prayagraj (Allahabad)

109

UP

Agra

110

UP

Aligarh

111

UP

Gorakhpur

112

UP

Kanpur

113

UP

Lucknow

114

UP

Noida

115

UP

Varanasi

116

Uttarakhand (UK)

Dehradun

117

UK

Haldwani

118

UK

Roorkee

119

West Bengal (WB)

Asansol

120

WB

Burdwan

121WBBerhampur

122

WB

Durgapur

123

WB

Hooghly

124WBKalyani

125

WB

Kolkata

126

WB

Siliguri


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Frequently Asked Question (FAQs)

1. When is the NEST admit card release date?

The NEST 2024 admit card has been issued on June 20, 2024.

2. When is the NEST exam 2024?

NEST entrance exam will be held on June 30, 2024.

3. How to download NEST admit card 2024?

By using login credentials such as user ID and password, candidates can download the NEST 2024 admit card.

4. What details are mentioned in the NEST admit card 2024?

There are different details mentioned in the NEST exam admit card such as the candidate’s name, enrollment number, category, gender, programme applied, application form number, exam centre address, and examination day instructions.

5. What can I do, if my NEST admit card 2024 has a discrepancy?

We advise candidates to contact NEST officials immediately if there is any discrepancy in the admit card.

6. What credentials are required to download the NEST Hall Ticket?

Credentials such as User ID and password are required to download the hall ticket of NEST examination.

7. Can I show the admit card for NEST on the mobile phone?

It is not advisable to take only the soft copy of the admit card of NEST to the exam centre. Firstly, electronic gadgets are not allowed inside the exam hall, secondly, having a hard copy of NEST hall ticket can be brought inside the exam hall, which is convinient.

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No, qualifying NEST exam won't directly lead you to pursue MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery). NEST serves a different purpose.

The National Entrance Screening Test is for admission to five-year integrated M.Sc. programs at specific universities like National Institute of Science Education and Research (NISER) and Center for Excellence in Basic Sciences (UM-DAE CEBS). It focuses on Science subjects (Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, and Biology).

To pursue MBBS, you need to qualify for a separate medical entrance exam like the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET). NEET is the primary gateway for admission to undergraduate medical programs in India.

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Question : Comprehension:
Read the given passage and answer the questions that follow.
The Black Drongo also known as the King Crow, is a small Asian bird of the drongo family. Previously, it was seen as a subspecies of the African Fork-tailed Drongo but is now recognized as a full species. It is a common resident breeder in much of tropical southern Asia from southwest Iran through India and Sri Lanka to southern China and Indonesia. It is a wholly black bird with a distinctive forked tail and measures 28 cm in length.
Feeding on insects, it is commonly found in open agricultural areas and light forest areas throughout its range, perching conspicuously on a bare perch or along power or telephone lines.
The species is famous for its aggressive behaviour towards much larger birds, such as crows, and never hesitates to dive-bomb any birds of prey that invade its territory. Smaller birds often nest in the well-guarded vicinity of a nesting Black Drongo
The Black Drongo has been introduced to some Pacific islands, where it has thrived and become abundant to the point of threatening and causing the extinction of native and endemic bird species there.
Drongos fly with strong flaps of the wing and are capable of fast manoeuvres that enable them to capture flying insects. With short legs, they sit upright on thorny bushes, bare perches or electricity wires. They may also perch on grazing animals.
The Black Drongo is found predominantly in open country and usually perches and hunts close to the ground. They are mostly aerial predators of insects but also glean from the ground or off vegetation.
They are found as summer visitors to northeastern Afghanistan and northern Pakistan but are mainly resident south from the Indus Valley up to Bangladesh and into India and Sri Lanka.
Question:
Which of the following is NOT true according to the passage?

Option 1: The drongo looks exactly like a crow.

Option 2: Smaller birds are protected by the drongo.

Option 3: This bird is a native of tropical countries in south-Asia.

Option 4: The drongo is a small perching bird.

Correct Answer: The drongo looks exactly like a crow.


Solution : The first option is the correct choice.

The statement "the drongo looks exactly like a crow" is not true, according to the passage.

The passage describes the Black Drongo as a wholly black bird with a distinctive forked tail, measuring 28 cm in length. While it mentions that the Black Drongo is sometimes known as the King Crow, this is likely due to its aggressive behaviour towards larger birds, such as crows, and not because it looks exactly like a crow.

Question : Comprehension:
Read the given passage and answer the questions that follow.
The Black Drongo also known as the King Crow, is a small Asian bird of the drongo family. Previously, it was seen as a subspecies of the African Fork-tailed Drongo but is now recognised as a full species. It is a common resident breeder in much of tropical southern Asia from southwest Iran through India and Sri Lanka to southern China and Indonesia. It is a wholly black bird with a distinctive forked tail and measures 28 cm in length.
Feeding on insects, it is commonly found in open agricultural areas and light forest areas throughout its range, perching conspicuously on a bare perch or along power or telephone lines.
The species is famous for its aggressive behaviour towards much larger birds, such as crows, and never hesitates to dive-bomb any birds of prey that invade its territory. Smaller birds often nest in the well-guarded vicinity of a nesting Black Drongo.
The Black Drongo has been introduced to some Pacific islands, where it has thrived and become abundant to the point of threatening and causing the extinction of native and endemic bird species there.
Drongos fly with strong flaps of the wing and are capable of fast manoeuvres that enable them to capture flying insects. With short legs, they sit upright on thorny bushes, bare perches or electricity wires. They may also perch on grazing animals.
The Black Drongo is found predominantly in open country and usually perches and hunts close to the ground. They are mostly aerial predators of insects but also glean from the ground or off vegetation.
They are found as summer visitors to northeastern Afghanistan and northern Pakistan but are mainly resident south from the Indus Valley up to Bangladesh and into India and Sri Lanka.
Question:
What was the impact of trying to introduce the species to the Pacific islands?

Option 1: They decreased in numbers drastically.

Option 2: They returned to the lands of their origin.

Option 3: They proved to be a threat to the local birds.

Option 4: They did not survive in the changed climate conditions.

Correct Answer: They proved to be a threat to the local birds.


Solution : The third option is the correct choice.

The impact of introducing the Black Drongo species to some Pacific islands was that they thrived and became abundant to the point of threatening and causing the extinction of native and endemic bird species there.

The passage states that the Black Drongo has been introduced to these islands, and as a result of its successful establishment and proliferation, it poses a threat to the local bird species.

Question : Comprehension:
Read the given passage and answer the questions that follow.
The Black Drongo also known as the King Crow, is a small Asian bird of the drongo family. Previously, it was seen as a subspecies of the African Fork-tailed Drongo but is now recognised as a full species. It is a common resident breeder in much of tropical southern Asia, from southwest Iran through India and Sri Lanka to southern China and Indonesia. It is a wholly black bird with a distinctive forked tail and measures 28 cm in length.
Feeding on insects, it is commonly found in open agricultural areas and light forest areas throughout its range, perching conspicuously on a bare perch or along power or telephone lines.
The species is famous for its aggressive behaviour towards much larger birds, such as crows, and never hesitates to dive-bomb any birds of prey that invade its territory. Smaller birds often nest in the well-guarded vicinity of a nesting Black Drongo.
The Black Drongo has been introduced to some Pacific islands, where it has thrived and become abundant to the point of threatening and causing the extinction of native and endemic bird species there.
Drongos fly with strong flaps of the wing and are capable of fast manoeuvres that enable them to capture flying insects. With short legs, they sit upright on thorny bushes, bare perches or electricity wires. They may also perch on grazing animals.
The Black Drongo is found predominantly in open country and usually perches and hunts close to the ground. They are mostly aerial predators of insects but also glean from the ground or off vegetation.
They are found as summer visitors to northeastern Afghanistan and northern Pakistan but are mainly resident south from the Indus Valley up to Bangladesh and into India and Sri Lanka.
Question:
Which one of the following statements made about the Drongo in the passage will NOT help us to identify the bird?
 

Option 1: It is completely black.

Option 2: It is recognised as a full species.

Option 3: It hunts close to the ground.

Option 4: It has a forked tail.

Correct Answer: It is recognised as a full species.


Solution : The second option is the correct choice.

The statement "It is recognised as a full species" will not help us identify the bird.

The reason is that recognising the Black Drongo as a full species provides information about its taxonomic classification. it does not provide distinctive visual or behavioural characteristics that would aid in the identification of the bird. Identifying a bird typically involves features such as physical appearance, colouration, size, behaviour, or other specific traits.

Correct Answer: Complicated situation.


Solution : The correct choice is the third option.

The idiom a mare's nest typically refers to a situation or discovery that initially appears promising or exciting but ultimately turns out to be illusory, non-existent, or more complicated than originally thought. It signifies a false or misleading discovery that appears significant but is, in reality, meaningless or without substance.

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