NEST 2020 results to be announced at 7 pm today
- Candidates expecting the results will be able to access the scorecard at
- NEST is a mandatory entrance examination for admission to the 5-year integrated Master of Science programmes in Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics, and Physics.
- NISER will offer 200 seats, whereas UM-DAE CEBS will offer 57 seats to the candidates for admissions through the entrance examination.
AdvertisementThe results of the National Entrance Screening Test or
NEST is a mandatory entrance examination for admission to the 5-year integrated Master of Science programmes in Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics, and Physics.
Here’s how to check the results —
- Visit the official exam website at nestexam.in
- Click on ‘NEST Results’
- Login to the portal by entering your details such as registration number and password.
- You will be able to view your result.
- Download and print the result for future reference.
Candidates who qualify will be eligible for admission at the National Institute of Science Education and Research, Bhubaneswar (NISER), and the University of Mumbai - Department of Atomic Energy Centre for Excellence in Basic Sciences (UM-DAE CEBS), Mumbai.
NISER is going to offer 200 seats, whereas UM-DAE CEBS will offer 57 seats to the candidates for admissions through the entrance examination.
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