NEST 2023 admit card released at nestexam.in, know how to download
The National Entrance Screening Test (NEST 2023) has released the admit cards today, June 12, for candidates appearing for the exam. NEST is conducted to select students for admission to the National Institute of Science Education and Research (NISER), Bhubaneswar, and the University of Mumbai - Department of Atomic Energy Centre for Excellence in Basic Sciences (UM-DAE CEBS), Mumbai. To obtain their NEST 2023 admit card, candidates need to visit the official website, nestexam.in, and enter their application number or login ID and password. The entrance exam is scheduled to take place on June 24, and the NEST 2023 results will be available on July 10.
Candidates accepted through NEST 2023 to the NISER or CEBS programs will be eligible for the Department of Atomic Energy's DISHA program, which offers yearly scholarships of Rs 60,000, as well as grants of Rs 20,000 each for summer internships. To download the NEST 2023 admit card, follow these steps:
- Go to nestexam.in, the official website for the National Entrance Screening Test.
- Select the link for the NEST 2023 admit card.
- Enter the required information, such as the application number or login ID and password.
- Download the NEST 2023 admit card from the screen.
This year, there has been an important change in the exam policy. The NEST merit list will be generated based on candidates' performance in the best three out of the four subjects. This change applies to both NISER and CEBS institutes. In previous years, the merit list for NISER was prepared based on the scores of all four subjects. The official announcement on the NEST 2023 website states, "The SMAS score of the best three subject scores from four subjects will be considered for the merit list preparation for NEST 2023 (for both NISER and CEBS). A candidate can choose any three subjects or all four subjects in the test. It was different in NEST 2022, where the SMAS of all four subjects were considered for preparing the NISER merit list."