जूनियर साइंस राष्ट्रीय मानक परीक्षा (NSEJS) is known as National Standard Examination in Junior Science. NSEJS is conducted by Indian Association of Physics Teachers (IAPT). NSEJS aims to find and nurture young students who have high aptitude in Science. This IAPT organized exam is the entry test for International Junior Science Olympiad (IJSO). NSEJS is only for students studying in Class X or below. NSEJS is organized every year in the month of November. Top 300 students are selected and will qualify for NSEJS Stage 2 Examination. In this article, we aim to provide you the complete information on NSEJS Application Form, eligibility, exam pattern, syllabus, selection procedure, reward and previous year papers.
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NSEJS 2017 Registration Process
The application process for National Standard Examination in Junior Science (NSEJS) is fully offline. To get the NSEJS 2017 Application Form you can follow the step-by-step procedure given below:
Step-I: You will first have to locate the closest NSE Centre for the examination in your city/ district. You can find the list of all NSE Centres with their address and contact details.
Step-II: Once you get in touch with the Centre Coordinator he/she will give you the NSEJS Application Form. You can fill the application form for NSEJS 2017 and must submit it back to the Centre Coordinator before the NSEJS Registration is closed.
NSEJS Eligibility Criteria
The eligibility criteria for NSEJS is decided by IAPT itself. NSEJS 2017 Eligibility Criteria is as follows:
- Must be a citizen of India.
- Must be studying in Class Xth or below.
- Must not be participating in any other NSEs in same year.
NSEJS Exam Pattern
NSEJS Exam Pattern is also decided by IAPT. The exam pattern for NSEJS 2017 is as follows:
- Time Duration: The time duration of NSE in Junior Science examination is 2 hours.
- Number of Questions: There will be a total of 80 Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) in Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Mathematics.
- Negative Marking: Yes, there is negative marking in NSEJS. One mark will be deducted for each incorrect answer.
- Syllabus: The NSEJS 2017 Syllabus is broadly the same as CBSE 10th class syllabus. Hence, this exam will provide an ample opportunity for the students to broaden the knowledge in the subjects.
The NSE in Junior Science 2017 will be conducted in 800 centres around the country. The selection procedure for NSEJS aims to select the brightest minds for International Junior Science Olympiad (IJSO). Top 300 students will be selected for Indian National Junior Science Olympiad (INJSO) which will serve as the next level of the examination. After the result gets declared selected students will appear for Stage 2 examination. NSE in Junior Science Stage 2 Examination will be conducted 2-3 months after the exam conducted in November.
The main aim of National Standard Examination in Junior Science (NSEJS) is to select students for International Junior Science Olympiad (IJSO). Hence, there is no such reward provided at this stage. Top 300 marks scorers will get a chance to appear in Indian National Junior Science Olympiad (INJSO) which will be conducted in January, 2018.
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NSEJS Previous Year Papers
The question papers of previous years are released by IAPT every year after the exam has been conducted. If you have never appeared in this exam, NSEJS Previous Year Papers will provide you a glimpse of the level of examination and help you decide your preparation schedule. The links for NSE in Junior Science Question Papers and answer key is given in the table below:
|Year||Question Paper||Answer Key|
|2016||Click Here||Click Here|
|2015||Click Here||Click Here|
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