15 September 2019
NSEJS by IAPT, Indian Association of Physics Teachers is a name known across the country for organizing Olympiads and this time has come up with an opportunity for students of class up to 10 as National Standard Examination in Junior Science (NSEJS). Read more about NSEJS 2019 on this page. NSEJS 2019, National Standard Examination in Junior Science is a qualifying step for students to take part in the following stages of the International Junior Science Olympiad.
Latest Update: NSEJS 2019 registration to start from 1 August.
|Stage||Exam||Dates||Selection for Next Stage|
17 November 2019
(10am - 12pm)
|300 students will be selected|
|Stage 2||INJSO||February 2020||35 toppers will be selected|
|Stage 3||Orientation Cum
Selection Camp (OCSC)
|April- June 2020||6 students will be selected|
|Stage 4||IJSO - International
Junior Science Olympiad
|December 2020||Yet to be announced|
NSEJS Examination Date: 17 November 2019, between 10 AM and 12 Noon
Students who are applying for NSEJS can also apply for ANTHE Scholarship exam for class 8-10 students. The scholarships would be given based on the exam that will be conducted on 28 October. More than 3 Lac students applied for the scholarship exam last year.
|Class/ Age||Upto Class 10|
Students have to enrol for NSEJS at the nearest centre registered for the NSEJS Exam. The detailed list of the test centres along with the phone numbers are given below.
NSEJS Admit Card will be available to download for the candidates to appear in the examination scheduled to be conducted on 17 November 2019. The dates for the same will be notified later.
The admit card is an important document to be carried at the examination centre. The link to download the admit card will be available below. The candidates have to enter their username and password to download the admit card.
NSEB Admit Card 2019 - Download Here
(Link will be available soon)
NSEJS exam will be conducted in around 800 centres across India on 17 November 2019 between 10 AM and 12 AM. The selection criteria depend upon the evaluation of marks attained by the participants in the NSEJS Exam. The NSEJS Syllabus is broadly the same as the CBSE syllabus up to class 10 and thus, provides participating students to broaden the horizon of their knowledge. NSEJS Result 2019 will be declared shortly after the exam. Candidates can check their roll number and total marks obtained here.
Candidates can check NSEJS question paper below:
The syllabus for NSEJS is broadly equivalent to the syllabus of secondary level Class 10 of CBSE. There are different basic subjects of Science i.e. Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Math which may have roughly equal emphasis. Only the basic guideline for the course is mentioned as there is no specific syllabus is prescribed for NSEJS.
NSEJS 2019 Level 1 Exam will be conducted on 17 November 2019. The NSEJS Result, cut off marks, and answer key will be published by IAPT after a few weeks of the commencement of NSEJS exam. The link to download the NSEJS Result will be provided on this page. The result for NSEJS Exam is likely to be declared a few weeks after the NSEJS Exam. Before the NSEJS Result, the candidates will be able to download the NSEJS Answer Key and can calculate their marks by comparing the answer key with the NSEJS Papers.
There are so many books available in the market which are specially for the preparation of NSEJS exam. The NSEJS books contain relevant topics related to Physics, Chemistry, Biology, and Mathematics. The interested candidates can prepare from the NCERT books as well for their NSEJS Exam preparation.
Candidates can read about International Junior Science Olympiad below:
About: International Junior Science Olympiad (IJSO) is a yearly major Olympiad which covers physics, chemistry and biology at the same time. It is the final stage of Junior Science Olympiad where the selected students from National Level Olympiad across the globe compete against each other. A team of 6 students along with two leaders from each nation participate in IJSO.
From National to International: Students first appear in National Search Examination in Science. Later, the qualified students appear in India National Junior Science Olympiad (INO). Further, the selected students are invited for Orientation Cum Selection Camps from where the final six candidates are selected who represent India at International Level in International Junior Science Olympiad.
Achievements: In the 14th International Junior Science Olympiad (IJSO) which was held in the Netherlands from 3 to 12 December 2017, Indian students bagged four gold and two silver medals.
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