NSEP 2020 Exam Date
1. What are the Eligibility Criteria for NSEP 2020?
Ans. Applicants should be a citizen of India. They should be residing in India since November 2017 or earlier.
Students who want to appear for this exam should be born between July 1, 2001, and June 30, 2006 (including both these days). A candidate should be studying in India since November 2017 or earlier. They should not have qualified their higher secondary before November 2020.
Moreover, A candidate appearing for NSEJS 2020 cannot appear for this exam this year. NSEP eligibility is simple. There are no complicated requirements for this exam to ensure broad participation in it. Candidates all over the country can take part in this exam.
2. What are the Stages After NSEP?
Ans. There are four stages after NSEP, the last being the International Olympiad examination for Physics.
In the first stage, around 20,000 to 60,000 students participate in NSEP. From here top 300-500 students are sent for Indian National Olympiad (INO). In its second stage, 30-50 candidates with the highest score are eligible for orientation cum selection camp.
In the third stage, 4-5 students from orientation and selection camp go to the pre-departure camp. Finally, students from pre-departure camps get an opportunity to participate in the International Olympiads.
NSEP is an initial stage that finally leads to Indian National Olympiad followed by International Olympiads. Students securing a top rank in each of the stages are eligible for scholarships.