National Standard Examination in Chemistry (NSEC) रसायन विज्ञान में राष्ट्रीय मानक परीक्षा 2017 – NSEC is organized by Indian Association of Physics Teachers (IAPT). IAPT conducts NSEC every year in the month of November at multiple test centres across the country. NSEC does not only rely on academic performance but also appreciates the talent among the students and aims to expose it worldwide. NSEC 2017 is announced it will be conducted 27th November 2017. Students who are interested in appearing for NSEC 2017 check all the required information on NSEC Application Form, eligibility, exam pattern, syllabus and awards in the article below.
Last Date To Apply: 15th September 2017
Exam Date: 27th November 2017
NSEC 2017 Application Form
The application form of NSEC is available throughout the month of September every year. NSEC 2017 Application Form are distributed by offline means only. The application form of NSEC 2017 will be available at respective NSE Centres for the above specified time period. To get your own copy of NSEC Application Form, please follow the steps given below:
Step I: Locate the nearest NSE Centre: First, you will have to locate the nearest NSE Centre. IAPT has established over one thousand centres across the country over the past few years. A PDF file containing the name, address and contact number of each centre is given here.
Step II: Filling the NSEC Application Form: After locating a NSE Centre, you can collect the NSEC 2017 Application Form from the Centre Coordinator and submit it back after filling the application form.
NSEC 2017 Eligibility Criteria
Student has to himself re-assure that he fulfills each criterion of NSEC Eligibility Criteria. At any stage if the student is found to be not eligible, he/she will be immediately disqualified from the NSEC 2017. The eligibility criteria for NSEC 2017is as follows:
- Only Indian citizens born after 1 July, 1998 and are studying in Class XII or lower as of 30 November, 2017 can apply and appear in NSEC 2017.
NSE Chemistry Syllabus
The syllabus for National Standard Examination in Chemistry (NSEC) is same as the curriculum of senior secondary level of CBSE, ICSE, State Board or any other equivalent board affiliated schools. However, only basic guidelines of the course are mentioned. No specific NSEC syllabus has been released by the authority.
NSEC Exam Pattern
There is no fixed exam pattern for NSEC 2017. The NSEC Question Paper will cover topics that you have already studied in Class XI and XII. NSEC Exam Pattern as of November, 2016 is as follows:
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NSE Chemistry Prizes
The main aim of National Standard Examination in Chemistry is to involve as many students as possible from the country and showcase their talent worldwide. Top 300 students in NSEC will be eligible for INOC i.e. Indian National Olympiad in Chemistry.