NERIST Entrance Exam Exam: Eligibility, Dates, Registration, Syllabus

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NERIST Entrance Exam: Eligibility, Dates, Registration, Syllabus

 

North Eastern Institute of Science & Technology acronym as NERIST NEE conducts entrance exam for admission to Certificate, Diploma and Degree Programs at various centres located in the North Eastern States of India.

These are three different examinations known as NEE-I, NEE-II and NEE-III for all the three levels with number of seats as given below:

Important Dates 

Schedule for Online Submission of Application Forms: 11th January 2017 to 10th March 2017 

  1. Date of Uploading of Admit Card in the Website: 24th March 2017 
  2. Date of Exam NEE- II & III: 22nd April 2017 (Saturday, from 10.00 am to 01.00 pm) 
  3. Date of Exam NEE- I: 23rd April 2017 (Sunday, from 10.00 am to 01.00 pm) 
  4. Declaration of Result: 15th May 2017

 

Objectives 

To develop human resources at three levels, i.e., Technician, Supervisory and Executive levels for the development of the North Eastern region in particular and the country in general; 

To impart quality education with flexible multi-entry/exit systems to cater to the needs of the region; to develop entrepreneurship base in the region; to facilitate competency building in the North Eastern region

 

LevelNo of Seats
Base (NEE-I)200
Diploma (NEE-II)30
Degree (NEE-III)72

 

NERIST Entrance Exam Eligibilty

There are different eligibility criterions for the three tests for different level courses that are as mentioned below.

 

Eligibility for NERIST NEE I

Maximum Age Limit:

19 as on 1st August of respective year for general category and 24 years for SC/ST/PH and 22 years for OBC and female candidates.

 

Qualification:

Candidate should have passed matric or Class-X examination of 10+2 system or an equivalent examination with Science and Mathematics. The candidate should have passed in Science and Mathematics respectively.

 

Note: Candidates appearing in the above mentioned examination, but whose results are awaited may also appear in the NERIST Entrance Examination.

 

Important: A certificate to this effect is to be obtained from the Principal of the school and must be attached with the application. In case, such a candidate is selected, he/she must produce the original pass certificate and marks sheet at the time of his/her admission. Otherwise, his/her admission will automatically get cancelled.

 

Eligibility for NERIST NEE II

 

Maximum Age Limit:

23 as on 1st August of respective year for general category and 28 years for SC/ST/PH and 26 years for OBC and female candidates.

 

Qualification:

(i) For Engineering and Technology Stream

10+2 PCM/ PCMB, 10+2 Vocational in Electronics/ Farm Machinery & Equipment / Electrical / Refrigeration & Air Conditioning / Automobile Technology/ Structure & Fabrication Technology/ Computer Science OR NERIST Certificate (E&T).

Candidates with 10+2 (Vocational)/ NERIST certificate holders are eligible for admission in Computer Science and Engineering or in their respective branches.

10+2 PCM/PCMB candidate should have passed in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics separately.

 

(ii) For Forestry stream

10+2 PCB/PCMB, 10+2 (vocational in Forestry/Horticulture) or NERIST Certificate (Forestry)

10+2 PCB/PCMB candidates should have passed in Physics, Chemistry & Biology separately.

Note: Candidates appearing in the above mentioned examination, whose results are awaited, may also appear in the Entrance Examination.


Eligibility for NERIST NEE III

The admission to Degree Module in engineering is made in the following disciplines/branches:-

1. Agricultural Engineering

2. Civil Engineering

3. Computer Science & Engineering

4. Electrical Engineering

5. Electronics & Communication Engineering

6. Mechanical Engineering

 

Maximum Age Limit:

40 years as on 1st August of respective year for general category and 45 years for SC/ST/PH and 43 years for OBC and female candidates.

 

Educational Qualification:

Admission through NEE-III, a candidate must have passed the 3-year Diploma course from any Government recognized polytechnic in the respective or allied discipline/branch with 60% marks considering the aggregate marks of all the three years, or NERIST Diploma Module.

Diploma holders in the allied discipline/branches as listed in the appendix are also eligible to apply.

Note: Those appearing in Final year of three year diploma course may also appear in NEE-III for consideration of provisional admission.

 

NERIST Entrance Exam Syllabus

NERIST Entrance Exam consists of questions from relevent subject of +2 level.

 

NERIST Entrance Exam Pattern

Pattern of NEE1

NEE1 consists of one paper containing objective multiple choice questions of 150 marks to be attempted in three hours duration.

For every wrong answer to a question 25% (¼th) of the marks carried by the question will be deducted from the aggregate marks obtained by the candidate.

The question paper shall consist of four sections. The subjects and distribution of marks shall be as given below:

 

SectionSubjectMarksMarks/Question
Section APhysics25 marks25 questions of 1 mark
Section BChemistry25 marks25 questions of 1 mark
Section CBiology25 marks25 questions of 1 mark
Section DMathematics75 marks25 questions of 1 mark
25 questions of 2 mark

 

Pattern of NEE2

NEE2 consists of one paper containing objective multiple choice questions of 150 marks to be attempted in 3 duration.

For every wrong answer to a question 25% (¼th) of the marks carried by the question will be deducted from the aggregate marks obtained by the candidate.

The question paper shall consist of four sections. The subjects and distribution of marks shall be as given below:

There shall be three different question papers for the two streams

  1. 10+2 PCM/PCB/PCMB
  2. 10+2 Vocational (Technology) and
  3. 10+2 Vocational (Forestry)

 

Pattern of question paper for 10+2 PCM/PCB/PCMB candidates seeking admission to Diploma Module in Engineering/Technology or Degree Module in Forestry:

The question paper shall consist of four sections viz. Sections A, B, C and D. Section A, B and C shall have to be attempted by all candidates seeking admission to technology stream.

Section A, B and D shall have to be attempted by all candidates seeking admission to forestry stream.

 

The subjects and distribution of marks shall be as given below:

SectionPaper Marks  Marks/Que
A
Physics4525 questions of 1 mark each
10 questions of 2 marks each
BChemistry4525 questions of 1 mark each   
10 questions of 2 marks each
CMathematics6030 questions of 1 mark each
15 questions of 2 marks each
DBiology6030 questions of 1 mark each
15 questions of 2 marks each

 

 

Pattern of question paper for 10+2 Vocational candidates seeking admission to Diploma Module in Engineering/Technology:

The question paper shall consist of two sections, viz, Section A and Section-B. Section A will consist of three sub sections: A-1, A-2 and A-3 and the questions will be common for all the trades/vocations.

 

The subjects and distribution of marks shall be as given below:

Section A 

 

SectionSubjectMarksMarks/Question
A-1Physics2010 questions of 1 mark each
5 questions of 2 marks each
A-2Chemistry2010 questions of 1 mark each
5 questions of 2 marks each
A-3Mathematics3010 questions of 1 mark each
10 questions of 2 marks each

Questions of sub section B-1 will be common for all vocations/trades. Questions of sub-section B-2 will pertain to the relevant vocation/trade. The subjects and distribution of marks shall be as given below: 

 

Section B

 

SectionSubjectMarksMarks/Question
B-1Common Biology Sciences30
20 questions of 1 mark each 5 questions of 2 marks each
B-2Vocational subject Forestry / Horticulture5020 questions of 1 mark each 15 questions of 2 marks each

 

Pattern of questions paper for 10+2 Vocational candidates seeking admission to Degree Module in Forestry: The question paper shall consist of two sections viz. Section A and Section B. Section A will consist of three sub sections: A-1, A-2 and A-3.

 

The subjects and distribution of marks in Section A shall be as given below :

 

SectionSubjectMarksMarks/Question
A-1Physics2010 questions of 1 mark each
5 questions of 2 marks each
A-2Chemistry2010 questions of 1 mark each
5 questions of 2 marks each
A-3Mathematics3010 questions of 1 mark each
10 questions of 2 marks each
    

 

Section B will consist of two sub sections, viz., B-1 and B-2

 

SectionSubjectMarksMarks/Question
B1Common Biology Sciences3020 questions of 1 mark each
5 questions of 2 marks each
B2Vocational subject Forestry / Horticulture5020 questions of 1 mark each
15 questions of 2 marks each

 


Important:
The questions of Physics and Chemistry shall be the same for 10+2 Vocational (Technology) and 10+2 Vocational (Forestry) candidates.

 

Pattern of NEE3

NEE3 consists of one paper containing objective multiple choice questions of 150 marks to be attempted in three hours duration.

For every wrong answer to a question 25% (¼th) of the marks carried by the question will be deducted from the aggregate marks obtained by the candidate.

The question paper shall consist of four sections. The subjects and distribution of marks shall be as given below:

 

SectionSubjectMarksMarks/Question
APhysics2525 questions of 1 mark
BChemistry2525 questions of 1 mark
CBiology2525 questions of 1 mark
DMathematics7525 questions of 1 mark
25 questions of 2 marks

 

Note: Question of sections A, B & C will be common for all candidates and of section-D will pertain to the relevant branch of engineering/technology.

 

NERIST Entrance Exam Dates

This exam is normally held in the month of July of every year.

 

How to apply for NERIST exam?

Candidates can apply through online only www.neeonline.ac.in.

 

NERIST Exam Fee

Candidate can pay examination fee through Credit/Debit card, Internet banking or Bank challan in any branch of Axis Bank

Examination Fee General/OBC Rs 750/- plus transaction charges; ST/SC/PD Rs 400/- plus transaction charges

Candidate can pay examination fee through Credit/Debit card, Internet banking or Bank challan in any branch of Axis BankExamination Fee General/OBC Rs.750/- plus transaction charges; ST/SC/PD Rs.400/- plus transaction charges.

 

Reservations of Seats are as follows:

80% seats @ 10% each to eight N.E. states; 10% seats to All India other than N.E. Region; 7% seats on merit basis for PRC from N.E. states and 3% seats for PH with 40-75% loco motor disability.

 

NERIST Entrance Exam Test Centres

NRIEST NEE entrance exam is conducted at various centers located in the eight states of North East region of the country.

 

When the result of NRIEST NEE does declare?

NRIEST NEE results normally declare in the month of June-July.

 

NERIST Entrance Exam Contact Details 

North Eastern Regional Institute of Science and Technology (NERIST)
Nirjuli (Itanagar) – 791109
Arunachal Pradesh, India
Phone: +91 (0)360 2257401-08
Fax: +91 (0)360 2257872
Website: www.nerist.ac.in

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