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NSEJS -National Standard Examination in Junior Science

NSEJS is the first stage of IJSO i.e. International Junior Science Olympiad.

NSE 2012 - 2013 Notification:

Laste Date of enrollment: 15th Sept 2012

Exam on: 24th Nov 2012

Probable date of INO's: 28th and 29th Jan 2013

Result of INO's: 1st March 2013

OCSC's: April-June 2013

Download student registration form form : Click here

Download center registration form (meant for schools) : Click here

Download student enrollment list (meant for schools) : Click here

NSE Result: Last week of Dec/ First week of Jan (as per previous year)

Are there any CERTIFICATES / AWARDS ?

  1. i) In each subject, certificates are given to ‘top 10%’ students of every centre.
  2. ii) Merit Certificates are awarded to”top 1%” students in each state, in each subject.
  3. iii) Special Merit Certificates and a prize (book) will be awarded to National top 1% students in each subject.

iv) Gold Medals are awarded to the Top 35 students from INPhO, INChO and INBO examinations

How to enroll: You must register from your OWN School / College. The Principal (or Physics or Science Teacher) of your College/ Jr. College / High School will enroll you. He will give you all further instructions. List of all NSE centres - visit NSE centres to enroll in case your scholl is not the center (click here). The name of contact person at the respective centre is also indicated. Enrolment at the centers only. No direct enrolment.
Fees: Rs 100/= per student per subject (per examination) to be paid in cash to the centre in charge. DO NOT SEND ANY MONEY TO IAPT OFFICE. This exam fee cannot be refunded

Selection Procedure:

Entire selection process is meritbased. Following procedure is laid down for the selection of students for the IInd stage ( viz ) Indian National Olympiads ( INOs) of the selection process
The total number of students who will qualify to appear for second stage
Indian National Olympiads ( INOs)2013 will be based on the first stage NSEs 2012 respectively and the following scheme is adopted:
(a) Eligibility Clause: A candidate must secure a score equal to or greater than a Minimum Admissible Score (MAS) to be eligible for the Stage II INO exam leading to the International Olympiad). The MAS for a given subject will be 40% of the maximum score in that subject.
(b) Proportional Representation Clause: The number of students selected for Stage II (INO) in each subject is around 300. The number of candidates who appeared for NSE in 2011-12 in a subject from centers in each State or Union Territory (UT) will be considered the baseline for calculating the number qualifying from centers in that State or UT for that subject. Suppose this number in 2011-12 for centers in a given State in a given subject is S, and the total number that appeared in 2011-12 in that subject for the country is T, then the number selected to Stage II in that subject from that State would be S/T times 300, rounded off to the
nearest higher integer. In the event of a tie at the last position in the list all students with the same marks at this position will qualify to appear for the Stage II examination. The selected students must nevertheless satisfy the eligibility clause laid out above. The total number to be selected from centers in each State for each subject will be displayed on the IAPT and HBCSE websites.
(c) Minimum Representation Clause: Notwithstanding the proportional representation clause the number of students selected for INO from each State and UT must be at least one, provided that the eligibility clause is satisfied.
(d) Merit Clause: Given the eligibility clause, it is conceivable that 300 students may not qualify for Stage II in a subject. Should this occur, the shortfall (from 300) will be selected based purely on merit without further consideration to Proportional Representation and Minimum Representation Clauses. In the event of a tie at the last position in the list all students with the same marks at this position will qualify to appear for the Stage II examination.
The number of students to be selected from centers in each state for each subject is given here:

Proportional representation numbers from each State and UT
S.No. States NSEP NSEC NSEB NSEA NSEJS
1 A & N Islands 1 1 1 1 1
2 Andhra Pradesh 49 55 11 72 122
3 Arunachal Pradesh 1 1 1 1 1
4 Assam 4 3 7 1 2
5 Bihar 3 2 2 2 7
6 Chandigarh 5 6 2 2 1
7 Chattisgarh 5 5 3 3 4
8 D & N Haveli 1 1 1 1 1
9 Daman & Diu 1 1 1 1 1
11 Delhi 16 14 9 13 14
11 Goa 1 1 3 1 2
12 Gujrat 12 10 13 12 6
13 Haryana 6 6 6 5 6
14 Himachal Pradesh 1 2 2 1 1
15 Jammu & Kashmir 1 1 3 1 2
16 Jharkhand 5 4 5 4 6
17 Karnataka 22 24 29 25 9
18 Kerala 3 3 8 3 3
19 Lakshadweep 1 1 1 1 1
21 Madhya Pradesh 12 12 12 8 12
21 Maharashtra 48 48 67 49 35
22 Manipur 1 1 1 1 1
23 Meghalaya 2 1 4 1 2
24 Mizoram 1 1 1 1 1
25 Nagaland 1 1 1 1 1
26 Orissa 7 6 13 4 4
27 Pondichery 1 2 3 1 1
28 Punjab 7 9 7 2 3
29 Rajasthan 43 47 53 42 22
31 Sikkim 1 1 1 1 1
31 Tamil Nadu 15 16 7 32 13
32 Tripura 2 2 3 2 1
33 Uttar Pradesh 22 16 16 12 22
34 Uttaranchal 3 2 3 2 4
35 West Bengal 6 5 10 7 3
Total 311 310 311 316 317

List of Professors for NSE Guidance
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 Place / City  Contact Person
 Telephone No.
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Agartala
Agra
Ahmedabad
Bangalore
Bhilai Nagar
Bhubaneshwar
Bilaspur
Cochin
Dehradun
Delhi
Goa
Hazaribag
Hyderabad
Jabalpur
Jaipur
Jamshedpur
Kanpur
Kolkata
Lucknow
Madurai
Mumbai
Nagpur
Patna
Ranchi
Rourkela
Shimla
Udupi
Vadodara
Prof. Swapan Mazumdar
Prof. S.C. Upadhyay
Dr. P.D.Lele
Prof. Smt. B.N.Chandrika
Prof. A.K.Joshi
Dr. B.K. Parida
Prof. V.D.Lalchandani
Prof. James Joseph
Dr. B.P.Tyagi
Prof. Sher Singh
Prof. G.V.Kelkar
Dr. J.D.Dubey
Dr. Rama Krishna
Dr. B.K. Sinha
Dr. R.V.Singh
Prof. Subhendu Mazumdar
Prof. Manish Kapoor
Dr. Bhupati Chakrabarty
Prof. Udit Gupta
Prof. M.R. Ganapathy
Prof. V.S.Katdare
Prof. Vijay Soman
Prof. Himanshu Pande
Ms. Rosaline Johnson
Prof. Ms. Pravati Mishra
Dr. P.K.Ahaluwalia
Prof. Mrs. Kusuma Kamath
Prof. Ms. M.S. Shah
(0381) 2387071, 09436120589
(0562) 2880815, 09319128522
(079) 26305298
(080) 26722489, 09449062440
(0788) 2350105, 09752007042
(0674) 2741756, 09437308424
(07752) 224253, 09424145685
(0484 )2333443, 09446135187
(0135) 2787020, 09837123716
(011) 25647559, 09871489778
(0832) 2444077, 09421239776
(06546) 263192, 09431141100
(040) 24143288, 09885675465
(0761) 2607559, 09425838342
(0141) 2742835, 09414069753
(0657) 2434327, 09430371359
(0512) 2500075, 09838498079
(033 )24124418, 09433106086
(0522) 2326535, 09415006665
(0452) 2485223
(022) 24183344, 09892328223
(0712) 2287684, 09822228348
09308005056, (0612) 3244242
(0651) 2440749, 09431584685
(0661) 2475380, 09437202665
(0177) 2830950, 09805076451
(0820) 2520359, 09242233968
(0265) 2322348

 


Individual letters will be sent to these students informing that they have to appear for Indian National Olympiads (INOs). All these INOs are organized by HOMI BHABHA CENTRE for SCIENCE EDUCATION ( HBCSE ) Mumbai. TOP 35 students are chosen on the basis of their performance at these INOs. These 35 students in each subject attend


Orientation cum Selection Camp (OCSC) in respective discipline for about 2 weeks at HOMI BHABHA CENTRE for SCIENCE EDUCATION ( HBCSE ) Mumbai. Indian team to participate in International Olympiad is selected from the OCSC in respective subject.

Evaluation procedure for Physics (NSEP )
Part A is evaluated of ALL the students. Part B is assessed of ONLY those students securing more than a certain “cut off” marks in Part A. Note, part B is NOT evaluated of ALL the students. Students eligible to appear for INPHO are selected on the basis of marks obtained in parts A and B taken together.

Eligibility
Physics, Chemistry, Biology (NSEP, NSEC, NSEB):
All Indian students who are born on or after July 1, 1993 and, in addition, are in Class XII or lower as of November 30, 2012, are eligible to appear for NSEP, NSEC, and NSEB 2012-2013. If they qualify in NSEP/NSEC/NSEB they will be eligible for subsequent stages leading to participation in International Olympiads for Physics/Chemistry/Biology 2013 respectively.
Junior Science (NSEJS):
All Indian students who are born on or after January 1, 1998 and, in addition, are in Class X or lower as of November 30, 2012, are eligible to appear in NSEJS 2012–2013. If they qualify in the NSEJS, they will be eligible for subsequent stages leading to participation in International Junior Science Olympiad 2013.

Astronomy (NSEA):
All Indian students who are born on or after January 1, 1994 and, in addition, are in Class XII or lower as of November 30, 2012, are eligible to appear for NSEA 2012–2013. If they qualify in the NSEA they will be eligible for subsequent stages leading to participation in International Olympiad in Astronomy and Astrophysics 2013.
It is the student’s responsibility to determine that he/she satisfies eligibility norms. If at some later stage it is found that the student does not meet eligibility norms, he/she may face disqualification from the programme.


Syllabus
The syllabus for NSEs in Physics, Chemistry and Biology is broadly equivalent to the senior secondary level (Class XI and Class XII) of CBSE.
The syllabus for NSEA is broadly equivalent to senior secondary level (Class XI and Class XII) of CBSE. There will be greater emphasis on physics and mathematics and elementary astronomy.
The syllabus for NSEJS is broadly equivalent to secondary school level (up to Class X) of CBSE. All the basic subjects of science (Physics, Chemistry, Biology) and Mathematics will have roughly equal emphasis.
The schedule for the NSEs is described herewith.

 

 National Standard Examination in Physics (NSEP)

Date of exam : 24th November 2012 (Saturday)
Time of exam : 09.30 am – 11.30 am
Last Date of Enrollment : 15th September 2012
Part A 50 multiple choice questions consisting of
(A1) 40 questions, each with only one of the four options correct, and
(A2) 10 questions, each with one or more than one option correct. To get credit, all correct option(s) and no incorrect option(s) should be marked.
Part B 5 or 6 short answer- type questions or problems.
Language English (However, NSEP question papers may be available in Hindi and some other regional languages provided there are at least 300 students opting for that language. Please see the IAPT website: http://www.iapt.org.in in this connection.)

 National Standard Examination in Chemistry (NSEC)

Date of exam : 24th November 2012 (Saturday)
Time of exam : 12.30 pm – 02.30 pm
Last Date of Enrollment : 15th September 2012
The question paper consists of 80 multiple choice questions, each with only one of the four options correct.
Language : English only

 

 National Standard Examination in Biology (NSEB)

Date of exam : 24th November 2012 (Saturday)
Time of exam : 03.00 pm – 05.00 pm
Last Date of Enrollment : 15th September 2012
The question paper consists of 80 multiple choice questions, each with only one of the four options correct.
Language : English only

 

 National Standard Examination in Astronomy (NSEA)

Date of exam : 24th November 2012 (Saturday)
Time of exam : 03.00 pm – 05.00 pm
Last Date of Enrollment : 15th September 2012
The question paper consists of 80 multiple choice questions, each with
only one of the four options correct.
Language : English only

 

 National Standard Examination in Junior Science (NSEJS)

Date of exam : 24th November 2012 (Saturday)
Time of exam : 03.00 pm – 05.00 pm
Last Date of Enrollment : 15th September 2012
The question paper consists of 80 multiple choice questions, each with
only one of the four options correct.
Language : English only
For full details please see the IAPT website: http://www.iapt.org.in
To Enroll for NSEs
Find out from the principal and/or the head of department whether your school/college is a registered centre. (Each registered centre may be an examination centre for all the subjects.) If so, enroll your name by paying the required fee. Your school/college will give you all necessary instructions pertaining to NSEs.

 

If your school/college is not a registered centre, visit the IAPT website: http://www.iapt.org.in. This website displays details of the centres which were registered last year. This may be of help to you in locating the centre nearest to you and in enrolling your name at the centre by paying the required fee.

 Fee

For students in India Rs. 100/- per student per subject.
For overseas students US $ 15 per student per subject.

 Fee is to be paid to the co-ordinator of the centre where you have enrolled your name. No direct remittance to IAPT.

 

 No TA/ DA is admissible for NSE (Stage I Examination).

Please note that NSEs are the organizational responsibility of IAPT. If you have any queries about NSEP, NSEC, NSEB, NSEA and NSEJS or if you have any difficulty in getting enrolled for these examinations, you should contact the following persons.
Prof. M. L. Oglapurkar : NSEP, NSEC, NSEB Co-ordinator

Prof. R. M. Dharkar : Chief Co-ordinator of IAPT Exams

Add: IAPT Office, I.I.E. Campus, (IAPT Examinations)
128/2, J. P. Naik Marg, Kothrud, E-mail: rmdharkar@gmail.com
Pune – 411 038
Tel: 020 – 25420163; 020 - 20252754(O)
E-mail: iapt@vsnl.net


Download complete brochure: Click here

NSE List of Centres: Click here


 

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Note On Other Olympiads: The HBCSE is also a nodal centre for the Mathematics Olympiad. The details of selection to this Olympiad maybe found in a separate brochure and also on the HBCSE website. We mention below a few other Olympiads recognized but not directly organised by HBCSE.

  1. 1. Asian Physics Olympiad (APhO): This is organized by IAPT. Students aspiring for this Olympaid must normally appear in the first stage NSEP exam followed by the second stage INPhO exam. The detail of further selection and training is decided by IAPT and you may consult their website (http://www.iapt.org.in).
  1. 2. Indian Astronomy Olympiad - Junior (IAO - Jr): This is organized by National Council of Science Museum (NCSM). Students aspiring for this Olympaid must normally appear in the first stage NSEJS exam followed by the second stage INAO exam. The details of further selection and training is decided by NCSM and you may consult their website (www.nehrusciencecentre.org).

 

  1. 3. Earth Science Olympiad (IESO): This is organized by the Geological Society of India and you may consult their website for more information (www.geosocindia.org).
    • 4. International Olympiad in Informatics: This is organized by the Indian Association for Research in Computing Science and you may consult their website for more information (http://www.iarcs.org.in/inoi).

     

    NSEP NSEC NSEB NSEA NSEJS
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    Students born Students born Indian Students Indian Students Indian Students
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    2012 2011 30th Nov. 2011
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    Level of
    Question CBSE Std. XII CBSE Std. XII CBSE Std. XII CBSE Std. XII CBSE Std. X
    Paper
    Q.P. may be
    available in
    English, Hindi,
    Bangla &
    Question Question Paper Question Paper Question Paper
    Language Gujarati
    of Q.Paper provided there Paper will be in will be in English will be in English will be in English
    English only only only only
    are at least
    300 students
    opting for a
    language.
    Total 240 240 240 240 240
    Marks
    NSEP:  Part A :Multiple Choice Questions  : Part A 1 :40 questions with only single correct
    option (negative marks for wrong answer) +   Part A2: 10 questions with any number
    Details of ( 1,2,3 or 4) options may be correct All the correct options must be marked  to get the credi  +
    Question Part B :  5 or 6 Problems or Short Answer  Questions.
    Paper
    NSEC/NSEB/NSEA/NSEJS : Part A only (i.e.) 80  Multiple Choice questions.
    Negative marks for  incorrect answers

     

     

     


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