NSEJS Exam Sample Papers
Q1. What is the Registration Procedure of NSEJS?
Ans. The registration procedure for NSEJS is done offline. To receive the application form of the same, students have to find the nearest NSE Centre in their respective city or district.
The entire list of NSE Centres with address and contact information is available in the official website of the Indian Association of Physics Teachers (IAPT). After contacting the centre coordinator, students can get hold of the NSEJS application form. Then, they will have to fill all the necessary details and submit it before the registration end date.
Q2. What are the Eligibility Requirements of NSEJS 2020?
Ans. The eligibility criteria for NSEJS is determined by the Indian Association of Physics Teachers and includes several requirements. Firstly, all the appearing candidates need to be eligible for holding an Indian passport. Second, he/she must be born between January 1, 2006, and December 31, 2007, inclusive of both the days. Third, students must be studying in standard 10 or less, and must not appear for exams like NSEB, NSEA, NSEP or NSEC. Lastly, every Candidate must be a resident and a student in India from November 30, 2018, or before, or he/she must study in a system of Indian schooling from November 30, 2018, or back.
Q3. What is the Curriculum of NSEJS?
Ans. The four subjects that comprise the syllabus of NSEJS – Mathematics, Biology, Physics and Chemistry. Starting with Mathematics, the topics included are Permutation & Combination, Arithmetic Progression, Area of Parallelogram & Triangles, Circle, Geometric Progression, Linear Equation in Two Variable, Number System, Quadratic Equation, Quadrilaterals, Ratio & Proportion and Trigonometry. In Biology, students will have to prepare topics like Immunity, DNA Finger Printing, Asexual Reproductions, Endocrine Systems, GMC, etc. For Physics, the chapters are Light, Sound, Electrostatics, Fluid, Heat, Sound, Dimension and Rectilinear Motion.
Lastly, in Chemistry, the chapters are Mole Concept, Metals and Non-metals, Gas Laws, Periodic Table, Acids, Bases and Salts, Carbon and Analytical Chemistry.