NEST Result 2021: Entrance Exam Results, Cut off, Merit List, Rank Card
NEST Result 2021 - The conducting bodies, NISER and UM-DAE CEBS, will release the NEST 2021 result on September 1, in online mode. Candidates must provide their login credentials such as User ID and password in the login portal to check the NEST 2021 result. The participating universities will not be sending the result of NEST 2021 via mail/post, therefore candidates must head onto the official website or click the link below to check the NEST result 2021. Candidates will be able to download their NEST scorecard which will mention the marks that they have scored in the NEST exam. Candidates who manage to qualify the examination will be required to attend the counselling procedure for the final stage of NEST 2021 admission. To know more about how to check the NEST result 2021, details mentioned on the scorecard, release of the merit list, candidates can read further.
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NEST Result 2021 - Important Dates
Conduct of NEST 2021
August, 14, 2021
Announcement of NEST result 2021
September 1, 2021
How to check the NEST Result 2021?
In order to check the NEST result, candidates can follow the given steps below
Steps to check the NEST Result
Step 1. Visit the official website of NEST (nestexam.in)
Step 2. Click on ‘NEST result’ given on the homepage
Step 3. Enter the Login ID and password
Step 4. Click on ‘Login’ button
Step 5. The result of NEST will be displayed on the screen
Step 6. Check the details carefully
Step 7. Take out multiple printouts for future references
Details mentioned on NEST 2021 Result
On successful login, candidates will be able to look at their result of NEST 2021 on the screen. They must check all the details mentioned on their NEST result for any discrepancy. If any error is found, contact the authorities immediately.
Number of candidates appeared
Number of candidates qualified
NEST Scorecard Replica
NEST 2021 Result - Tie-breaking rules
The conducting bodies will give higher rank to the candidates with higher scores in the general section if the tie is there.
If the tie persists even after that, candidates scoring higher scores in any of the subject sections will get higher rank.
If the tie still persists, the candidates’ rank will reflect the same provisional rank till it is the time of the result declaration. However, during the admission process, the tie would be broken after considering the candidates’ 12th marksheet. The candidate scoring higher percentile will be given a higher rank.
If the tie still persists then the candidate with the lesser age will get a higher rank.
NEST 2021 Merit List Preparation
In order to get a merit rank, candidates will be required to score equal to or above the Minimum Admissible Percentile (MAP).
For NISER, candidates need to score equal to or more than the SMAS in the general section and also in all four subject sections. However, for UM-DAE CEBS, scoring equal to or above SMAS in the general section and only in any of the three subject sections is necessary.
While preparing the merit list, candidates’ scores for the general section along with three best scores from the remaining subject sections will be considered.
The participating universities have set up minimum marks that candidates should score in order to be deemed as eligible. These marks are called NEST 2021 cutoff. Failure to score equal to or more than the NEST cutoff will result in the candidate’s loss of chance for admission. The cutoff of NEST 2021 will be released for both the conducting bodies separately. The participating institutes of NEST will release the cutoff in online mode. Candidates can look at the cutoff of NEST from previous years and have a basic idea about the cutoff trend.
NEST Cutoff - NISER Bhubaneswar
NEST Cutoff - UM-DAE CEBS Mumbai
Frequently Asked Question (FAQs) - NEST Result 2021: Entrance Exam Results, Cut off, Merit List, Rank Card
Question: In what form will the NEST result be announced?
The NEST result 2021 will be released in the form of a NEST scorecard which can be downloaded online.
Question: What after the announcement of the NEST 2021 result?
The candidates who qualify the NEST 2021 result will have to attend the counselling procedure where they will have to go through the document verification process and remit the fee for the semester.
Question: What details will the NEST scorecard include?
The NEST scorecard will include details such as a candidate's score, their qualifying status, their merit rank, percentile rank, category rank, etc.
Question: What if I found my category is printed wrong on the NEST result 2021?
In that case, you must contact the authorities immediately.
Question: What does the NEST merit list 2021 include?
The merit list consists of the names of the candidates with their ranks. The NEST 2021 merit list also contains the highest and the lowest ranks acquired by the candidates.
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Questions related to NEST
best books for nest exam preparation
NEST(National Entrance Screening Test) syllabus includes topics from biology, chemistry, mathematics and physics. The question paper of NEST 2021 will include objective questions that will test both the subject knowledge and research skills
Here are listed some of the reference books for NEST exam:
- Concepts of Physics (Vol 1 and 2) by HC Verma
- Practice Problems in Physics for Engineering Examinations by S. Mishra
- IIT Mathematics by R D Sharma
- Textbook of Biology by NCERT
- Textbook of Chemistry for Class XI and XII by NCERT
- NEST 2021 Complete Practice Kit EduGorilla Rohit Manglik
- Higher Algebra By HALL AND KNIGHT
- Science for Everyone: Aptitude Test Problems in Physics by S S Krotov
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what is the syllabus for nest exam
Hope you are doing great as per the question asked by you the syllabus of NEST exam is given below as follow:
General - Units and Dimensions, Dimensional analysis, Least count, Design of some simple experiments, Significant figures, Methods of measurement (direct, indirect, null) and measurement of length, time, mass. Potential difference, current and resistance Graphical representation and interpretation of data, Error in measurements and error analysis.
Mechanics - Kinematics in one and two dimensions, Newton’s laws of motion, Projectile, Uniform linear motion, Relative velocity, Inertial and uniformly accelerated frames of reference, Static and dynamic friction, Linear and circular simple harmonic motion, Systems of particles, Centripetal acceleration and centrifugal force, Rigid body, moment of inertia, Parallel and perpendicular axes theorems, Hooke’s law and stress – strain relations. Elastic limit, plastic deformation. Young’s modulus, Bulk and shear moduli, Pressure in a fluid, Pascal’s law, Buoyancy, Surface energy and surface tension, capillary rise.
Sound and Mechanical Waves - Plane-wave motion, Longitudinal, and transverse waves, Superposition of waves, Progressive and stationary waves, Vibrations of strings and air columns.
Thermal Physics - Thermal expansion of solids, liquids and gases, Calorimetry, latent heat, Heat conduction in one dimension, First and the second law of thermodynamics and its applications, Elementary concepts of convection and radiation, Newton’s law of cooling, Equivalence of heat and work, Entropy, Black body radiation - absorptive and emissive powers, Kirchhoff’s law.
Electricity and Magnetism - Coulomb’s law, Electric field and potential, Electrical potential energy of a system of point charges and of electrical dipoles in a uniform electrostatic field.
Capacitance - Calculation of capacitance with and without dielectrics. Capacitors in series and parallel. Energy stored in a capacitor.
Electromagnetic Induction - Faraday’s law, Lenz’s law, Self and mutual inductance, RC, LR and LC circuits with and A.C sources.
Optics - Rectilinear propagation of light, Reflection, and refraction at plane and spherical surfaces, Deviation and dispersion of light by a prism
Modern Physics - Atomic nucleus. Alpha, beta, and gamma radiations. Law of radioactive decay, Photoelectric effect, Bohr’s theory of hydrogen-like atoms, Characteristic and continuous X–rays, Moseley’s law, Fission and fusion processes.
Algebra - Algebra of complex numbers, Quadratic equations with real coefficients, Arithmetic, Permutations and combinations, Binomial theorem for positive integral index, relations between roots and coefficients, Matrices as a rectangular array of real numbers, properties of these matrix operations, Addition and multiplication rules of probability
Trigonometry - Trigonometric functions, Relations between sides and angles of a triangle, general solution of trigonometric equations
Analytical Geometry - Two dimensions - Cartesian coordinates, Equation of a straight line in various forms, angle between two lines, Lines through the point of intersection of two given lines, equation of the bisector of the angle between two lines, Equation of a circle in various forms, Parametric equations of a circle, equation of a circle through the points of intersection of two circles and those of a circle and a straight line
Differential Calculus - Real valued functions of a real variable, Rational, trigonometric, exponential and logarithmic functions, Limit and continuity of a function, Limit and continuity of the sum, Inverse of a function, Derivative of a function, Derivative of the sum, difference, Product and quotient of two functions, Derivatives of implicit functions
Integral Calculus - Integration as the inverse process of differentiation, Integration by parts, Integration by the methods of substitution and partial fractions, Formation of ordinary differential equations
Vectors - Addition of vectors, scalar multiplication, dot and cross products, scalar triple products and their geometrical interpretations
Cell Biology, Genetics and Evolution, Ecology, Humans and Environment, Biology of Animal systems- Digestive System, Circulatory System, Excretory System, Nervous System, Reproductive System, Developmental Biology, Immunology, Biology of Plant systems, Systematic
Measurements in Chemistry - SI unit for fundamental quantities, Significant figures in the calculation
Mole Concept - Avogadro number and the mole concept, Molar masses, Mole fraction, Molarity, Molality, Percentage Composition, Stoichiometry, Equivalent weight and normality, Calculations based on mole concept and stoichiometry
Gaseous and Liquid States - Absolute scale of temperature, Gas laws, Ideal gas equation, Real gases and deviation from ideality, Liquefaction of gases, Van der wall equations, Kinetic theory of gases; average, Root mean square and most probable velocities and their relation with temperature, Law of partial pressures.
Atomic Structure and Chemical Bonding - Bohr Model, Spectrum of hydrogen atom, Quantum numbers, Wave-particle duality, Uncertainty principle, Orbitals and quantum numbers
Thermodynamics - Thermodynamics state, First law of thermodynamics, Internal energy, Work and heat, Pressure-volume work, Enthalpy and enthalpy change, Hess’s law, Heat of reaction
Chemical equilibrium - Laws of chemical equilibrium, Law of mass action, Equilibrium constant - factors affecting equilibrium constant.
Electrochemistry - Redox reactions and electrode potential, Electrochemical cells, Galvanic cells and cell reactions, Standard electrode potential, Nernst equation, Electrochemical series, Emf of galvanic cells
Chemical kinetics - Rates of chemical reactions, Order of reaction, Rate constant, Factors affecting the rate of reaction - concentration
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Why people born in 2000 cannot appear in nest 2021
I am assuming that you belong to general/obc category.
You are not eligible for nest examination with your date of birth in 2000.
This is because,
As per eligibility criteria of nest examination , there is age limit according to which those who are from general/OBC category must be born either on or after 1st August , 2001.
In case if you belong to Sc or St or pwd category then with your date of birth in 2000 you will be eligible for NEST examination because for SC/ ST/ PwD category there's a relaxation of 5 years on age limit.
You can get detailed information about nest 2021 eligibility criteria by visiting our page, the link for the same page is provided below :-
what is the total mark for NEST 2021 exam and what is the score for each subject
I would be giving you the information about the exam pattern after which you will be crystal clear of your mind.
The duration will be of 3.5 hrs. There are multiple choice questions. There will be four sections. Section 1 has 50 marks and section 2-4 has 50 marks each. So the total is 200. There will be negative marking too. For every wrong answer 1/4 marks will be deducted.
For more information you can check out the link given below-
will NEST 2021 conducted by NISER postpone ?
The NISER and UM-DAE CEBS has extended the deadline to fill NEST 2021 application form till May 20 but there is no information regarding the postponement of NEST 2021. So as of now the entrance exam of NEST 2021 will be conducted on June 14, in online mode unless there is any information regarding postponement form officials. Keep an eye on the official website for the latest information. Candidates will be able to download the admit card of NEST 2021 from June 4 in online mode.