NSEP Registration 2020 - IAPT (Indian Association of Physics Teachers) will release the application form of NSEP 2020 in the first week of August 2020 on iaptexam.in. NSEP enrollment form for students will be released in the third week of August 2020. Students can register directly through centre registration or can submit applications online for NSEP 2020 till the last date. Along with the NSEP 2020 application form, students need to submit the registration fee. NSEP registration fee is Rs. 150 which needs to pay in cash to the centre-in-charge. The application fee received once can't be refunded. Indian Association of Physics Teachers will conduct the National Standard Examination in Physics (NSEP) in last week of November 2020 for students across India. Students who qualify NSEP will move on the second level of the exam, i.e., Indian National Physics Olympiad (INPhO), which is a qualifying round for Orientation-cum-selection round and further to the 50th International Physics Olympiad (IPhO). To read more about how to NSEP Registration 2020, stages of NSEP, benefits and such, read below:
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Students can register for NSEP through their schools. Check the table given below to know dates and events for NSEP 2020 registration-
NSEP Application Dates 2020 (Tentative)
Centre Registration dates
August 1 to August 20, 2020
Enrollment of applicants
August 21 - September 18, 2020
Last date of payment of fee
September 20, 2020
November 17, 2020
IAPT Exam date of NSEP, NSEC, NSEB, NSEA
November 24, 2020
Declaration of Minimum Admissible Score (MAS)
December 22, 2019
Final list of selected students for INO
December 25, 2020
Before moving on to the NSEP registration 2020, it is important to check if you are eligible for the exam or not. Here is the complete eligibility criteria for NSEP 2020:
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To register for NSEP or National Standard Examination in Physics 2020, students will have to contact their respective centres. students can follow the following steps to fill NSEP registration forms:
Step 1: Download application form using the links given below.
Step 2: Fill the form with correct details and use capital letters to fill the form where asked.
Step 3: Provide all the information in NSEP 2020 registration form
Step 4: Submit the form to your respective centre along with the exam fee before the last date.
NSEP Registration Fee
Students need to fill the below given details in the form correctly.
IAPT will release the admit card of NSEP 2020 in November 2020 for all the applicants. Students who will complete the NSEP registration 2020 before the last date will be able to collect the admit card in offline mode. Students can contact to centre in charge to collect their admit card.
Indian Association of Physics Teachers (IAPT) prescribes the syllabus of NSEP. The questions can be asked NCERT syllabus up to class 12th. NSEP Exam is conducted to analyze the candidate's Theoretical Skills and Experimental Skills. The syllabus also includes Maths to test a candidate's problem-solving skills. The NSEP syllabus includes topics such as
IAPT also releases the previous year's NSEP question papers for the students who are for the NSEP exam. These question papers are helpful for the candidates to analyze their preparation level and know the difficulty level of the exam. Click on the link given above to download NSEP question papers along with the solution.
IAPT will declare the result of NSEP 2020 in January 2020. Students who qualify NSEP will be eligible to appear for Indian National Physics Olympiad (INPhO), which is a qualifying round for Orientation-cum-selection round and further to the 50th International Physics Olympiad (IPhO).
NSEP 2020 is the first stage of the five stages till International Physics Olympiad. Read more about all the stages below:
Stage 1: National Standard Examination in Physics 2020 (NSEP) will take place in registered schools all across India. There are approx. 1400 centers and around 20,000 to 60,000 students appear for NSEP every year.
Stage 2: Indian National Physics Olympiad 2020 will be held in January 2021. Approx 300-500 students will be selected from NSEP 2020. INPhO will be conducted at 18 centers across India. Theoretical objective and long answer questions will be asked in INPhO.
Stage 3: Orientation-cum-selection Camp will be held at the Homi Bhabha Centre for Science and Research and 35 - 50 students will be selected for further stages in this camp. Applicants will be asked questions based on experimental and theoretical sessions at the camp.
Stage 4: Succeeding Orientation-cum-selection Camp, a Pre-Departure Camp will take place from July to November 2021. Out of the 35-50 students, 4 - 6 students will be selected to go for the next stage of the Olympiad.
Stage 5: The last stage is International Physics Olympiad (IPhO) in which 4 - 6 students will be representing India at the international level. Students who win the gold medal at IPhO have a provision to join the Department of Atomic Energy, an organization directly under the Prime Minister of India, which works to develop nuclear power technology and applications of radiation technologies in the fields of agriculture, medicine, industry and basic research.
No, open school candidates are not eligible for NSEP Exam.
No request for changing the exam centre is allowed.
IAPT will release the NSEP admit card offline 2 weeks before the exam. Students need to contact the centre incharge to get admit card.
NSEP stands for National Standard Examination in Physics, conducted by IAPT.
Yes, 1 mark will be deducted for each wrong answer.
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