NERIST Entrance Examination (NEE) 2019 is being conducted by the North Eastern Regional Institute of Science & Technology (NERIST), Nirjuli, Itanagar, Arunachal Pradesh for Base Module (Certificate Course), Diploma Module & Degree Module Courses in Technology streams and also Degree Module course in Forestry. The NERIST Entrance Examination (NEE) 2019 is for admission at three levels/courses.

Latest: NEE 2019 application process has started and information regarding admission process has been released. Scroll down to check. 

NERIST Entrance Exam (NEE) 2019

Know complete details of the NERIST Entrance Exam (NEE) 2019 including filling up of the online application form, downloading admit card, important dates, results, and admission.

Programs Offered

Exam Course
NEE I Base (Certificate)
NEE-II Diploma in Engg and Tech (Technology stream)
NEE-II (Vocational) Diploma in Engg and Tech (Vocational)
NEE-II B.Sc Degree in Forestry
NEE III B.Tech Degree (Technology stream)

Schedule for the NEE 2019 is given below.

Events Dates
The beginning of NEE 2019 application form submission 11 Jan 2019
Last date to submit the online application form 25 Mar 2019
Download NEE 2019 admit card 08 Apr 2019
NEE-II & III date of exam 20 Apr 2019 (10 a.m – 1 p.m)
NEE I date of exam 21 Apr 2019 (10 a.m – 1 p.m)
Declaration of Result 1st week of May 2019
Tentative date of counseling 2nd week of Jul 2019

NEE 2019 Application Form

North Eastern Regional Institute of Science & Technology (NERIST) has started the application process. Candidates must apply for NEE 2019 in the mode prescribed by the exam conducting body. The forms are made available online at the website www.neeonline.ac.in. There is also a link provided below to fill the application form.

  • Candidates must follow the instructions strictly as appear in the instruction panel.
  • Candidates can fill up the entire form in one session or enter one part of the information and save and complete the same at a later stage within the due dates of filling and submitting the form.
  • Be careful while filling up each of the fields or selecting an option from the drop-down menu such as reservation code.
  • Candidates appearing in the qualifying examination in 2019, are also eligible to apply. However, they must produce mark sheets/grade cards/ pass certificates on the day of counseling/admission. Otherwise, their selection will be canceled.
  • The online application can be done within the dates specified.

Application fee 

Category Fee
General and OBC candidates Rs 1000 + bank transaction charges
SC, ST, PD candidates Rs 600 + bank transaction charges

NEE Eligibility

For all the examinations (NEE-I/ NEE-II/ NEE-III) with any paper code, applicants who are appearing in the respective qualifying examination and whose results are awaited may also appear in the respective Entrance Examination.

Eligibility for NEE I

Maximum Age Limits as on 31st July 2019 are 19 years for the students of the general category(GE) (born on or after 1st August 1999), 22 years for OBC and female applicants (born on or after 1st August, 1996) and 24 years for ST/SC/PD (born on or after 1 st August, 1994).

Academic Qualification: Applicants must have passed Class X / Matriculation / Secondary examination or an equivalent examination with Science and Mathematics. They should have passed in all the subjects including Science and Mathematics separately.

Eligibility for NEE-II

Maximum Age Limits as on 31st July 2019 are 23 years for the students of the general category (GE) (born on or after 1st August 1995), 26 years for OBC and female applicants (born on or after 1st August, 1992) and 28 years for ST/SC/PD (born on or after 1st August, 1990).
Academic Qualifications for different schemes/modes of NEE:

  • NEE-II (PCM): Applicants must have passed in 10+2(PCM)/ Higher Secondary (PCM) with Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics (PCM).
  • NEE-II (Vocational): Applicants must have passed10+2(Vocational) / ITI / NERIST Certificate in any one of the branches/trades, viz., [Agricultural Engineering] Farm Equipment (FE) / Food Processing (FP); [Civil Engineering] Construction Technology i.e. Draftsmanship / Surveyor (CT); [Electronics and Communications Engineering] Electronics Technology or Electronics Maintenance (ET/EM); [Electrical Engineering] Electrical Technology or Electrical Maintenance (ET/EM); [Mechanical Engineering] Mechanical Craftsmanship (MC) / Automobile Technology (AT) and Refrigeration & Air
    Conditioning (R&AC) are eligible.

Candidates, who are selected for admission to Technology Stream under NEE-II (PCM)/NEE-II(Vocational), shall have the choice of the branch during counseling out of the six branches/disciplines, viz., AE, CE, CSE, EE, ECE and ME on the basis of their merit and reservation category.

  • NEE-II (PCB): Applicants must have passed in 10+2(PCB)/ Higher Secondary (PCB) with Physics, Chemistry and
    Biology (PCB).

Eligibility for NEE III

Maximum Age Limits as on 31st July 2019 are 40 years for the students of the general category (GE) (born on or after 1st August 1978), 43 years for OBC and female applicants (born on or after 1st August, 1975) and 45 years for ST/SC/PD (born on or after 1st August, 1973).

Academic Qualifications for NEE-III : Applicants must have passed the 3-year Diploma course from any Government recognized Polytechnic / institution in the respective or allied discipline/ branch as per the Appendix-III given in this Information Brochure with a minimum of 60% marks considering aggregate marks of all the three years’ together/CGPA of 6.0 on a 10 point scale or NERIST Diploma Module with a minimum of CGPA 6.0. Those applicants who do not possess their qualifications as per the disciplines/branches mentioned in Appendix-III are not eligible for the admission.

NEE Exam Pattern

This indicates the test paper subjects, the number of questions in each test paper and marking scheme. For all the exam of NEE (I, II, and III) the questions are of objective type with multiple-choice answers. Candidates shall have to attempt all the questions in all the sections of the relevant paper. For every wrong answer to a question, 25% (¼th) of the marks carried by that question is deducted. There is no deduction of marks for un-attempted questions.

NEE I

It is conducted in one paper of 150 marks of three hours duration. The NEE I question paper will be consisting of three sections.

Section and Subject Marks Questions
A – Physics 35 35 questions of 1-mark each
B – Chemistry 35 35 questions of 1-mark each
C – Mathematics 80
  • 30 questions of 1-mark each
  • 25 questions of 2-marks each

Candidates appearing in NEE-I (Paper Code 10) are eligible for admission to Base (Certificate) Module of Technology Stream.

NEE-II

The NEE-II is conducted with a single question paper of 110 marks of three hours duration. The examination paper consists of either three or four sections with details given below.

NEE-II (PCM): Candidates, seeking admission in Diploma Module of Technology Stream, with academic qualification of 10+2 with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics shall have to attempt NEE-II (PCM). Question paper under this scheme consists of three sections viz. Section A, Section B and Section C.

Section and Subject Marks Questions
A – Physics 45
  • 25 questions of 1-mark each
  • 10 questions of 2-marks each
B – Chemistry 45
  • 25 questions of 1-mark each
  • 10 questions of 2-marks each
C – Mathematics 60
  • 30 questions of 1-mark each
  • 15 questions of 2-marks each

NEE-II (Vocational) : Candidates, seeking admission in Diploma Module of Technology Stream, with academic qualification of 10+2 (Vocational)/ITI/NERIST Certificate in any trade shall have to attempt NEE-II (Vocational). Question paper under this scheme consists of four sections viz. Section A, Section B, Section C and Section D.

Section and Subject Marks Questions
A – Physics 25 25 questions of 1-mark each
B – Chemistry 25 25 questions of 1-mark each
C – Mathematics 30 30 questions of 1-mark each
D – Vocational Subject 70 30 questions of 1-mark each
20 questions of 2-marks each

NEE-II (PCB) : Candidates, seeking admission to 4 years’ Degree program in Forestry, with academic qualification of 10+2 with Physics, Chemistry and Biology shall have to attempt NEE-II (PCB). Question paper under this scheme consists of three sections viz. Section A, Section B and Section C.

Section and Subject Marks Questions
A – Physics 45
  • 25 questions of 1-mark each
  • 10 questions of 2-marks each
B – Chemistry 45
  • 25 questions of 1-mark each
  • 10 questions of 2-marks each
C – Biology 60
  • 30 questions of 1-mark each
  • 15 questions of 2-marks each

NEE III

There will be a single question paper of 150 marks consisting of four sections of three hours’ duration, including one section of the relevant branch subject according to their qualifying examination.

Candidates, seeking admission in Degree Module of Technology Stream, with academic qualification of Diploma in relevant branch/discipline, shall have to attempt NEE-III. Question paper for NEE-III consists of four sections viz. Section A, Section B, Section C and Section D.

Section and Subject Marks Questions
A – Physics 25 25 questions of 1-mark each
B – Chemistry 25 25 questions of 1-mark each
C – Biology 30 30 questions of 1-mark each
D – Branch Subject 70
  • 30 questions of 1-mark each
  • 20 questions of 2-marks each

NEE 2019 Result

NERIST NEE 2019 results will be declared after the successful completion of exam. Similar to the process of applying and downloading admit cards, it is anticipated that the facility to check result of NEE 2019 is available online at www.neeonline.ac.in. There is a link provided on the page above to check result.

Some key points highlighted in the information brochure regarding NEE results are given here.

For all the examinations (NEE-I/ NEE-II/ NEE-III) with any paper code, the questions are of objective type with multiple-choice answers. Candidates shall have to attempt all the questions in all the sections of the relevant paper. For every wrong answer to a question, 25% (¼th) of the marks carried by that question is deducted. There is no deduction of marks for un-attempted questions.

Result declaration of NEE 2019 will be followed by counseling and admission. Briefly, the flowchart of NEE admissions is as given below.

Fee structure

Fee structure of NERIST is subject to change from time to time as per the Institute regulations. The current tuition fees including the hostel seat rent per semester are as follows.

 

HOSTEL Fees: Besides the above fees , the hostellers are required to pay the following fees:

Caution Money – Rs.3000/- (50% refundable after completion of course),

Mess Advance – For Boys Hostel– Rs.14, 800/- per semester & For Girls Hostel – Rs 12,000/- per semester

NEE 2019 Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

NERIST conducts the NERIST Entrance Exam yearly. Each time candidates ask different questions about it. we have compiled some of the most frequently asked questions and their answers here.

How should I prepare for NERIST for NEE 1, 2, 3?

NERIST will publishe official syllabus of entrance exam in NEE 2019 information brochure. Candidates should get the complete syllabus and study all topics given in it. The exam is moderately difficult and thus with good practice, it can be qualified.

Should I appear in NERIST entrance exam?

Candidates should decide whether they want to appear in NERIST Entrance Exam or not based on their interest. If one is interested in studying those courses, in which admission is on basis of NEE 1, 2, 3, then they should apply. Before applying, candidates should also check eligibility criteria.

What happens after studying at NERIST?

Studying at North Eastern Regional Institute of Science and Technology makes one confident and competent to either pursue higher studies or get a job. Candidates are exposed to different avenues after studies.

Official Website: www.nerist.ac.in

For Further Information refer to the NEE 2019 Admission Notice | Information Brochure.

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