NSEC Registration 2020
Q1. What are the Stages of the Chemistry Olympiad Examination?
Ans: The stages of the Chemistry Olympiad Examination are as follows:
National Standard Examination in Chemistry (NSEC).
Indian National Chemistry Olympiad ( INCHO).
Orientation cum Selection camp in Chemistry (OSC).
Pre-Departure Training Camp (PDT).
Participation in International Chemistry Olympiad (ICho).
All the stages of the Chemistry Olympiad are managed by the HBCSE. Only Stage 1 i.e. National Standard Examination in Chemistry is managed by the Indian Association of Physics Chemistry (IAPT).
Q2. What are the Benefits of the NSEC Olympiad Exam?
Ans: National Standard Examination in Chemistry aims to promote the study of Chemistry among the students. The exam identifies the competency of the students and helps them to compete with their peers’ group by showcasing their potential of analytical, reasoning, application, and problem - solving skills. Hence, preparing students for the International Chemistry Olympiad Exam.
Q3. What is IAPT?
Ans: The IAPT is a body that manages the Physics Olympiad for India along with HBCSE. It was established in the year 1984 with the active support from Physics Teachers. The main aim of IAPT is to upgrade the quality of Physics teachers and Physics teaching at all levels.
The IAPT conducts the following examination each year in November throughout India:
National Standard Examination in Physics.
National Standard Examination in Chemistry.
National Standard Examination in Biology.
National Standard Examination in Astronomy.
National Standard Examination in Junior Science.
National Graduate Physics Examination.
Q4. What are the Main Objectives of the National Standard Examination?
Ans: National standard examinations are conducted with the following objectives.
To help students to assess themselves against the national standard.
To present an accurate perspective of subjects.
To enhance the teacher-student interaction through discussion on the syllabus and question papers.