NEST Exam Centres 2021 - Check States & Cities Wise Test Centres List
NEST Exam Centres 2021 - NISER Bhubaneswar and UM-DAE CEBS has released the list of NEST 2021 exam centres along with the admission notification on February 12, 2021. The NEST exam centres 2021 is a list of major cities and towns in which the National Entrance Screening Test (NEST) will be conducted. Candidates are given a choice to select five NEST 2021 exam centres as per their preferences and convenience while filling up the NEST application form. The organising committee of NEST 2021 will make sure that each candidate gets the exam centres within their first three selected NEST exam centres 2021. Once the NEST officials have allotted the exam centres, the candidates cannot change their NEST 2021 exam centres. Candidates will find the address of NEST exam centres 2021 printed on their admit cards.
Latest Updates for NEST
- 24 Feb 2021:
NEST 2021 application form released on February 24
NISER and CEBS will be conducting the National Entrance Screening Test (NEST) 2021 for the candidates who wish to take admission in five integrated M.Sc programmes offered by the university. Read this article to get more information on test centres of NEST 2021.
NEST Exam Centres 2021: Participating Cities/Towns
The NEST 2021 exam centres are 92 major cities/towns where candidates will appear to take the online entrance examination. Candidates can choose up to five NEST exam centres while filling up the NEST application form 2021. Read the table given below to know which cities and towns are being allotted as the NEST 2021 exam centres and which one candidates need to select according to their convenience.
NEST Exam Centres List
|Exam Centres||Code||Exam Centres||Code||Exam Centres ||Code|
|Guntur (AP)||01||Kasaragod (KL)||31||Sambalpur (OD)||61|
|Kurnool (AP)||02||Kollam (KL)||32||Bhatinda (PB)||62|
|Rajahmundry (AP)||03||Kottayam (KL)||33||Jalandhar (PB)||63|
|Tirupathi (AP)||04||Kozhikode (KL)||34||Mohali (PB)||64|
|Vijayawada (AP)||05||Malappuram (KL)||35||Jaipur (RJ)||65|
|Visakhapatnam (AP)||06||Palakkad (KL)||36||Jodhpur (RJ)||66|
|Vizianagaram (AP)||07||Pathanamthitta (KL)||37||Udaipur (RJ)||67|
|Guwahati (AS)||08||Thiruvananthapuram (KL)||38||Chennai (TN)||68|
|Patna (BR)||09||Thrissur (KL)||39||Coimbatore (TN)||69|
|Chandigarh (CH)||10||Bhopal (MP)||40||Madurai (TN)||70|
|Bhilai Nagar (CG)||11||Gwalior (MP)||41||Salem (TN)||71|
|Raipur (CG)||12||Indore (MP)||42||Tiruchirappalli (TN)||72|
|New Delhi (DL)||13||Jabalpur (MP)||43||Tirunelveli (TN)||73|
|Ahmedabad (GJ)||14||Mumbai (MH)||44||Hyderabad (TS)||74|
|Hamirpur (HP)||15||Nagpur (MH)||45||Karimnagar (TS)||75|
|Shimla (HP)||16||Pune (MH)||46||Warangal (TS)||76|
|Jammu (JK)||17||Imphal (MN)||47||Agartala (TR)||77|
|Srinagar (JK)||18||Shillong (ML)||48||Allahabad (UP)||78|
|Bokaro (JH)||19||Angul (OD)||49||Kanpur (UP)||79|
|Dhanbad (JH)||20||Balasore (OD)||50||Lucknow (UP)||80|
|Jamshedpur (JH)||21||Bargarh (OD)||51||Noida (UP)||81|
|Ranchi (JH)||22||Baripada (OD)||52||Varanasi (UP)||82|
|Bengaluru (KA)||23||Berhampur - Ganjam (OD)||53||Dehradun (UK)||83|
|Hubballi (KA)||24||Bhubaneswar (OD)||54||Haldwani (UK)||84|
|Mangalore (KA)||25||Cuttack (OD)||55||Roorkee (UK)||85|
|Mysuru (KA)||26||Dhenkanal (OD)||56||Asansol (WB)||86|
|Alappuzha (KL)||27||Jharsuguda (OD)||57||Burdwan (WB)||87|
|Ernakulam (KL)||28||Khurda (OD)||58||Durgapur (WB)||88|
|Idukki (KL)||29||Rayagada (OD)||59||Hooghly (WB)||89|
|Kannur (KL)||30||Rourkela (OD)||60||Kolkata (WB)||90|
NEST Exam Centres 2021: Important Guidelines
It is highly suggested that candidates should reach the NEST 2021 exam centres half an hour before the commencement of the examination.
The duration of the exam is three hours and thirty minutes with Session 1 starting from 9 am and Session 2 starting from 2.30 pm. Thus, the candidates are not allowed to enter the NEST exam centres 2021 any later than 9.30 am for Session 1 and 3 pm for Session 2.
The candidates can leave the exam centres of NEST 2021 by 11 am and 4.30 pm for the respective sessions unless it becomes necessary to leave earlier on medical grounds.
The candidates are not allowed to carry any electronic devices such as smartwatches, calculators, mobile phones, and pagers in NEST exam centres 2021.
Candidates have to carry their own pen/pencils. Exchange/sharing with any other candidates is strictly prohibited.
The candidates will not be allowed to enter the exam centres without a NEST admit card and other photo ID issued by Government agencies.
Any candidate who is found to be adopting unfair means will be expelled from the examination hall without warning.
NISER and UM-DAE will release the NEST 2021 admit card on May 20, 2021. It will be released in the online mode at nestexam.in. Those candidates who have filled the NEST application form can download the NEST admit card 2021 by using their login credentials. The NEST 2021 admit card includes many important details such as the candidate's application form number, category, enrollment number, gender, selected course and details regarding the exam centres.
Frequently Asked Question (FAQs) - NEST Exam Centres 2021 - Check States & Cities Wise Test Centres List
Question: How many NEST exam centres 2021 can I select while filling the application form?
You can select upto five NEST 2021 exam centres while filling the application form.
Question: Can I change my NEST exam centres after submitting the application form?
No, you cannot change your preferred NEST exam centres after submitting the application form. However in circumstances, universities can open an online facility for a period of time to allow candidates to change their NEST 2021 exam centres.
Question: Where can I find my allotted NEST exam centres 2021?
You will find your allotted NEST 2021 exam centres mentioned in the admit card.
Question: Can I take a smartwatch in NEST exam centres 2021?
No, you cannot take smartwatches, calculators, mobile phones and pagers inside the NEST 2021 exam centres.
Question: What ID proof do candidates need along with the admit card to enter the NEST exam centres 2021?
Candidates can bring ID proof such as Aadhaar card, Pan card, Voter ID and Passport along with NEST admit card.
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Questions related to NEST
please tell me how can preparation NEST 12th appearing and past anabel
NEST stands for National Entrance Screening Test conducted by NIISER Bhubaneswar. The exam basically comprises of four sections,
It's rather easy for you to prepare because the syllabus is same as your 10+2 syllabus. You just need to prepare for one more section which you can do in bit by but. If you belong to maths stream you need to prepare for Biology and if you belong to biology stream you need to prepare for maths.
I know a bit of hard work will be required but once you will crack the exam everything will be worth it.
Plan a proper schedule or routine to give time for the preparation of both exams consecutively.
Try solving past year question papers.
Try to give mocks in order to analysze the time management.
Don't stress much and keep your confidence till the end.
All the Very best.
I studied mpc in 12 th standard am I eligible for admission In niser if I get good marks in nest
The minimum eligibility required to sit for NEST exam is that
- the students should have passed their 10+2 from a science stream.
-minimum of 60% marks in your 12 th for general category and 55% marks for reserved category students.
Below is the link you can refer to for more help,
Based on the above criteria I believe you are eligible for admission in NISER if you get good marks in Nest.
All the very best.
What is nest exam. please give me details . kya ye hindi language mein hota h
The NISER and UM-DAE CEBS will conduct the NEST 2021 on June 14, in online mode. The NEST 2021 application form has been released on February 24. Candidates who wish to seek admission in various five-year integrated MSc. courses can apply for admission in NEST 2021 before April 30. Candidates will be required to register online on the official website to apply for the National Eligibility & Screening Test 2021.After successful registration, eligible candidates will be allotted NEST 2021 admit card on May 20, with the help of which aspirants will be able to sit for the exam. The result of NEST 2021 will be announced on June 30 in the form of the merit list which will include the names of the selected candidates. Those candidates who manage to pass the online examination will be called for NEST 2021 counselling in the two universities.
The language of the NEST 2021 Question Paper is in English only.
To know more visit the link below:
I hope my answer helps. All the very best fir your future endeavors!
NEST EXAM 2021 and IPMAT exam 2021 is on same date . June 14th . what to do ? where to convey ?
Ideally, NEST for NISER and UM DAE, And IPMAT for IIM Indore IPM have nearly 99% different audiences and hence, the Date doesnt quite become an issue. In case you are applying for both the Tests, you must choose between one, unless their is a change in Date . You may convey your grievances to the Exam Regulatory Authority of IIM Indore or UMDAE, but you should expect any significant reply and action.
NEST Examination application form release date in 2021
The application for NEST 2021 was supposed to start in January, 2021 but there is a delay. According to the information available in the NEST official website the applications will be opened shortly. The exam is scheduled on June 14, 2021. The application will be opened soon so keep an eye on the official website to check the important dates. Once the application window is open, you can apply for the exam. The link to the official website is given below