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National Standard Examination in Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Astronomy 2016-17

Deadline: 15-Sep-2016

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AwardSelected for International Olympiad
EligibilityClass 11 and 12
CountryIndia
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Chief Co-ordinator of IAPT Exams:
Prof. G. Venkatesh 
IAPT Bangalore Centre 2
Indian Academy Degree 
College Hennur Cross, Hennur 
Main Road Bangalore-560 043
Phone: 9632221945
E-mail: iapt.nse@gmail.com

NSE Co-ordinators:
Prof. M.K. Raghavendra, Bangalore (9901111008)
Prof. Vijay Soman, Nagpur (9822228348)
Prof. J.P. Gadre, Pune (9422987884)
Prof. P. Nagaraju, Bangalore (9900656601)

DESCRIPTION

National Standard Examination in Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Astronomy are nationwide examinations organized by IAPT in collaboration with ACT (Association of Chemistry Teachers) and ATBS (Association of Teachers in Biological Sciences). Both the exams are also at the Std. XII level.

National Standard Examination in Astronomy (NSEA) is examination leading to International Astronomy & Astrophysics Olympiads.

ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA

  • Indian Students born between 1 July 1997 and 30 June 2002, bothdays inclusive.
  • Must not have completed (or scheduled to complete) their class 12 board examination earlierthan30November2016.
  • Must not have commenced (or planning to commence) their studies in a university or equivalent institution by 1 July, 2017.
  • Must not be appearing in NSEJS 2016. 

HOW TO APPLY

Application can be done through schools only.

Schools have to register in the website.

MORE INFORMATION

The fees are: Rs. 100/- (Rupees One Hundred only) per student per subject. Last Date of Enrolment is 15th September 2016. Accept fees till this date.

Level of Question Paper: CBSE Std. XII

Language of Question Paper: Question paper will be in English. Question paper can be requested in Hindi, Bangla and Gujarati version during registration

Details of Question Paper: Multiple Choice Questions 60 questions with only one correct alternative, each for 3 marks (-1mark for each incorrect answer) 10 questions (each for 6 marks) with multiple correct alternatives (1,2,3 or all 4). All the correct alternatives must be marked to get the credit; no negative marking. 

Total Marks: 240

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