IAPT Result 2019- IAPT will announce the result of NSEJS, NSEP, NSEC, NSEB & NSEA in the month of December 2019. The IAPT NSE result 2019 will be uploaded on iapt.org.in in the form of a merit list containing the roll number of the selected students. Indian Association of Physics Teachers will conduct the NSEJS 2019 on November 17 and NSE 2019 on November 24. Students who will appear in the exam will be able to check their scores in the IAPT NSE 2019 result. Shortlisted will be able to appear for Indian National Olympiad (INO) and the details for registration will be released along with the IAPT result 2019. Approximately 300- 500 students will be selected for International Olympiads. Along with the IAPT result, the participation certificates will also be uploaded on the official website. Read the article to get the complete details of IAPT Result for NSEJS, NSEP, NSEC, NSEB & NSEA here.
The below table contains the important events and dates related to the IAPT exams and results. Students should be aware of all the dates to stay prepared for the upcoming events.
IAPT NSEJS 2019 Exam Date
November 17, 2019
Declaration of IAPT NSEJS Result 2019
First week of January 2020
IAPT NSE 2019 Exam Date
November 24, 2019
Declaration of IAPT Result for NSEP, NSEB, NSEC & NSEA
INO 2019 Registration
INO 2019 Exam Dates
February 1 & 2, 2020
INO Result 2019
Last week of February 2020
May- June 2020
IAPT will announce the results for National Standard Examinations including NSEP result and NSEJS result online in the form of a merit list. Below are the steps to check the result online.
Step-1- Go to the official website or click the link provided above, to be updated on this page after the declaration of the IAPT result.
Step-2- Search your roll number in the result file. Students whose roll numbers are listed in the IAPTNSE result will be declared qualified.
Step-3- Selected students need to download the IAPT 2019 result file for future references.
IAPT will release a separate online login portal to check the individual marks. Students will need their roll number and date of birth to check the scores.
Step-1- Visit the official website iapt.org.in or click the link provided above, to be updated on this page after the declaration of the IAPT result.
Step-2- Enter the asked details in the given spaces such as Roll Number, Centre Code and Date of Birth.
Step-3- Click on the “Submit” tab to check the scores
In the IAPTNSE result pdf, students can only check the given details-
Roll number of Selected Students
Marks Secured in the exam
Details of MAS, MI &
INO Registration Dates & Details
To be eligible for Stage 2, INO exam, students must secure marks equal to or more than Minimum Admissible Scores (MAS) which is the 50% of the average of the top 10 scores in the respective subject.
Average of Top 10 Scores
MAS (50% of average of top 10 scores)
MI (80% of average of top 10 scores)
NSEP - 2016-17
NSEC - 2016-17
NSEB - 2016-17
NSEJS 2015 Cutoff for AP, WB, Indore, Ujjain & BH
NSEJS 2015 Cutoff for Chennai
Qualified students will be called to appear for INO 2019, to be conducted on February 1 & 2, 2020. Mandatory online registration for the same will be commenced in January 2020 on olympiads.hbcse.tifr.res.in. INO 2019 will be a long descriptive type examination. Students will receive a separate IAPT admit card 2019 for INO.
HBCSE conducts Indian National Olympiads at about 18 centres in the country. The list of exam cities are mentioned below-
State-wise Quota & Cutoff
Previous Year’s NSEP Cutoff
Andaman & Nicobar Islands
Dadra & Nagar Haveli
Daman & Diu
Jammu & Kashmir
The IAPTNSE result will be announced in the first week of January 2020.
A total of 300 students will be shortlisted for each subject. IAPT follows the NTSE state quota to shortlist the most deserving students from each state.
The minimum admissible score is 50% of the average of the top 10 scores. Students who attain the MAS scores or more will be selected for the next level.
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