NEST Result 2020 will be declared on June 16 in online mode.
NEST Result 2020 - NISER and UM-DAE CEBS will declare the NEST 2020 result on June 16 in online mode. The candidates have to enter their User ID and Password in order to view their result of NEST 2020. The result will include details such as a candidate's score and his/her qualifying status. The NEST result 2020 will be released in the form of a NEST scorecard which can be downloaded online. The candidates who qualify the NEST 2020 result will have to attend the counselling procedure where they will have to go through the document verification process and remitting the fee for the semester which will the concluding stage of NEST.LATEST: NEST 2020 application deadline extended to April 19
NEST 2020 is conducted for the candidates who wish to seek admission in five year integrated M. Sc. courses offered by National Institute of Science Education and Research (NISER) and Centre for Excellence in Basic Sciences (CEBS). To know more about the details related to NEST result 2020, the candidates can read the article.
June 6, 2020 (Session 1 - 9 am - 12:30 pm), (Session 2 - 2 pm - 5:30 pm)
NEST 2020 Result
June 16, 2020
Since the result of NEST 2020 will be released online it can be a little tricky to figure out how and where to check the results. Therefore, candidates can follow the following steps in order to check their NEST 2020 result-
Step 1. Visit the official website of NISER.
Step 2. Click on “NEST result”
Step 3. Enter the login credentials such as Username ID and Password.
Step 4. Click on ‘Login’ button
Step 5. The result of NEST will be displayed
Step 6. Take out multiple printouts of the NEST scorecard
There are certain details that a candidate should look out for while checking their result of NEST 2020. They must make sure that the details printed on the scorecard is correct. In case of any discrepancy or error, the authorities must be duly informed.
Name of the candidates
Candidate’s application number
Marks secured by the candidates
In case of a tie between two or more candidates, the following steps will be taken for a tie-breaker stage.
If the score of two or more candidates are equal, then the candidate with the highest score in the general section is given the admission.
In case the tie persists, then the best scores in the subject section of the candidates is compared. The student with the better score in any of the subject section is considered in the list.
In case the tie still persists, the candidate would be given same provisional rank at the time of declaration of the result and the tie is broken by comparing class 12th marks and date of birth during admission/counselling process.
The NEST merit list 2020 will be released after the announcements of results. The merit list consists of the names of the candidates with their ranks. The NEST 2020 merit list also contains the highest and the lowest ranks acquired by the candidates. The candidates who have qualified the merit list of NEST 2020 become eligible to attend the counselling process.
While preparing the NEST result, the scores in the general section and the best of three scores from the Section I to V is taken into consideration.
If calculated, the total marks of NEST 2020 will be 180. For eg: 30 + 50 x 3 = 180.
Section-wise and total cutoff marks
To come up the NEST result, the candidate’s scores in the general section and his/her best of three scores are taken into consideration.
MAS for NEST 2010 will be 90 which is 50 percent of total marks, i.e., 180.
In the case of each section, 20 percent of the average of the best 100 scores in that section will be considered as Section–wise Minimum Admissible Score (SMAS).
For example, if the average of the best 100 scores in Physics section is 40 out of 50, then SMAS for Physics section would be 40*0.20 = 8 marks.
Candidates are also required to score equal to or above marks in Minimum Admissible Score (MAS), to get a merit rank.
If a candidate secures SMAS in all four subject sections, then the best three subject scores will be counted.
Candidate must score equal or more SMAS in the General section as well as in at least three subject sections. These sections will then be counted for merit list calculation.
The participating institutes of NEST will release the cutoff in the third week of June 2020 in online mode. The NEST 2020 cutoff will be released for both the institutes separately.
The candidates can look at the previous year’s NESTNEST Result 2020 cut off to have a better idea of the cutoff trend.
The NISER and CEBS will release the NEST result on June 16, 2020.
The merit list of NEST 2020 includes details such as the candidate’s name, their acquired ranks along with their marks secured.
The result of NEST 2020 includes candidate’s name, category, application form and the marks obtained by each candidate.
No, the participating institutes will not send the result of NEST 2020 in offline mode. Candidates have to login to check their NEST result.
The official website of NEST 2020 is nestexam.in.
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Well as per the information given on the official website, the last date to apply is first Friday of April that is I guess 3rd April. So I would request you to visit the website once and get all the details once checked. I am attaching the link below.
I hope my answer helps.
All the best.
The announced exam dates for AAKASH NEST is
5th April, 2020
Timing : Morning: 11:00 AM to 01:00 PM or
Evening: 03:00 PM to 05:00 PM
Results will be declared on 8th April, 2020
You can check NEST Syllabus at the oficial information bulletin at: https://nestexam.in/docs/20/NEST2020-Brochure-Syllabus.pdf . You can check about NEST 2020 more at our page:
You can prepare from the following books:
Concepts of Physics by HC Verma
Aptitude Test Problems by SS Kotov
Objective Physics by Mahesh Jain
Problems in Physics by AA Pinsky
A Textbook of Organic Chemistry by RK Gupta
IIT Chemistry by OP Agarwal
Entrance Chemistry by Bhakta
Objective Biology by Biswas and Biswas
Elementary Biology for Class 12 by KN Bhatia
Higher Algebra by Hall and Knight
Problems in Calculus of One Variable by I.A. Maron
Plane Trigonometry by SL Loney
Integral Calculus by Amit Agarwal
The difference between both the test are as follows
ANTHE:This exam is an extensive scholarship exam which is conducted at both state and national level.With this exam you are eligible to even get an 100% scholarship.This exam is generally conducted in October for VIII-XII class students
AAKASH NEST EXAM:IT is also an scholarship exam that gives a student an opportunity to compete on national level and get a scholarship upto 90% on tution fee
NTSE exam detail are as follow
exam fee:200 INR
Exam date:5th April
timing:11am-1pm &3 pm -5pm
Results on:8Th April
yes you can participate for both exam
The number of applicants for Manipal Institute of Technology entrance exam MU OET are over two lakhs out of which 1.5 lakhs approximately appear in the entrance examination.And for LPUNEST there are over lakhs of applicants who register in various courses.
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