NSEC 2020 Syllabus
Q1. What is the NSEC 2020 Eligibility Criteria?
Answer: The student must fulfill each criterion of NSEC Eligibility Criteria. If the student is found to be not eligible, he or she will be immediately disqualified from the NSEC 2020. The eligibility criteria for NSEC 2020 are as follows:
Must be eligible to hold an Indian passport.
Date of birth must be between 1st July 2000 and June 30, 2005; both dates are inclusive.
Must be residing or must be studying in an Indian school system since November 30, 2017, or earlier.
Must not have passed the class XII board examination.
Must not be appearing for any NSEJS 2019.
Must not have planning to commence studies in a university or equivalent institution by June 1, 2020.
Q2. How can you Fill the NSEC 2020 Application Form?
Answer: The application form of NSEC is available throughout September every year, at respective NSE Centres. To get the NSEC Application Form, please follow the steps given below:
Step 1: First, you have to locate the nearest NSE Centre. IAPT has established over one thousand centers across the country.
Step 2: After filling the NSEC application form, submit it back at the NSE Centre.
Q3. What is the Exam Pattern and Structure for the NSEC Exam?
Answer: NSEC question paper consists of 80 multiple choice questions, and each one has four given options with 1 correct answer. The exam language is English. The exam duration is 2 hours. NSEC exam does not emphasize rote memory, but the comprehension of the structure.
Q4: What are the Different Stages in the Chemistry Olympiad.
Answer: The Chemistry Olympiad usually consists of the following stages-
Stage I: NSEC - National Standard Examination in Chemistry.
Stage II: INCHO - Indian National Chemistry Olympiad.
Stage III: OSC - Orientation cum Selection Camp in chemistry.
Stage IV: PDT - Pre-departure Training Camp.
Stage V: IChO - Participation in International Chemistry Olympiad.
All the stages are planned and organized by HBCSE except for the first stage. The first stage is organized by the IThe Indian Association of Physics Teachers organizes the first stage. Stage 1 is entirely the responsibility of IAPT. HBCSE organizes all the remaining stages.