NEST Exam Date 2023 Exam Pattern, Exam Centers, Syllabus PDF
This article will cover all the vital information about the National Entrance Screening Test. It will cover NEST Exam Date 2023, Exam Pattern, Examination Center & Syllabus to study for this examination.
NEST Exam Date 2023
According to the sources, 24 June will be the NEST Exam Date in 2023. The National Entrance Screening Test 2023 is organized in an online computerbased format. The arranged exam duration to attempt the paper of NEST 2023 is of three hours & thirty minutes. If aspirants pass this paper, they could get admission to the0 5 years unified M.Sc program specialising in Chemical, Environmental Sciences, Mathematical, Computer Biological, & Physical.
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The National Institue of Science Education & Research (NISER) & the University of Mumbai, and the Department of Atomic Energy Centre for Excellence in Basic Sciences (UMDAE CEBS) will conduct the National Entrance Screening Test (NEST 2023) on 24 June 2023.
Events  Dates 

Online Application Form Release Date  February 27, 2023 
Last Date to Fill Application Form  May 17, 2023 
NEST Admit Card Issuing Date  June 12, 2023 
NEST 2023 Exam Date  June 24, 2023 
Answer Key Release Date  June 2023 
Results Declaration Date  July 10, 2023 
Cutoff Release Date  July 2023 
Counselling by NISER  July 2023 
Counselling by UMDAE CEBS  July 2023 
The table we have attached for you are Tentative, not the exact one. We will update our article with the new & exact dates once it is released. Aspirants who are prepared to get admission in this 5year integrated M.Sc course program specialising in Computers, Biological, Chemical, Environmental Sciences, Mathematical, & Physical must have to submit their NEST 2023 application before 17 May 2023. However, before filling out the application form, applicants must persuade the eligibility principles ultimately.
NEST Exam Pattern 2023
According to the sources, we have mentioned the NEST exam pattern for the examination:
 The mode of examination of the NEST will be a ComputerBased Test (CBT) online exam.
 All questions in the paper will be designed as Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs).
 The time period to complete the test will be 4 hours.
 Questions in the NEST will contain an overall 200 marks.
 In the NEST examination question paper, there will be four different sections comprising subjects like biology, physics, mathematics, & chemistry. Each subject will contain 17 queries, of which 5 queries will be multiple correct answers MCQs & 12 will be single correct answers MCQs.
 Applicants will earn 2.5 marks for correctly answering a single correct answer MCQ & 4 marks for multiple correct answers MCQs.
 There will be no negative or opposing marking in multiple correct answer MCQs, but in single correct answer MCQs, 1 mark will get reduced for a wrong answer.
Furtherly, we have provided a table below to make it more clear.
Section  Subject  Marks 
1  Physics  50 
2  Biology  50 
3  Mathematics  50 
4  Chemistry  50 
Total  200 Marks 
NEST Exam Centers 2023
Ninetyone exam centres all over India will now conduct the NEST 2023 exam. NISER, Bhubaneswar, & UMDAE CEBS, Mumbai jointly has released the list of cities & centres for the NEST Exam 2023. Applicants must choose their exam centre carefully because it cannot be changed once the exam centre is chosen. Authorities have released a guideline for candidates in which they are warning that applicants must know that they can’t change their exam centre after being chosen under any circumstances.
Below, we have provided the following list of 91 exam centres all over India for the NEST exam.
Centre Name  Centre Code 
Guntur (AP)  1 
Kurnool (AP)  2 
Rajahmundry (AP)  3 
Tirupathi (AP)  4 
Vijayawada (AP)  5 
Visakhapatnam (AP)  6 
Vizianagaram (AP)  7 
Guwahati (AS)  8 
Patna (BR)  9 
Chandigarh (CH)  10 
Bhilai Nagar (CG)  11 
Raipur (CG)  12 
New Delhi (DL)  13 
Ahmedabad (GJ)  14 
Hamirpur (HP)  15 
Shimla (HP)  16 
Jammu (JK)  17 
Srinagar (JK)  18 
Bokaro Steel City (JH)  19 
Dhanbad (JH)  20 
Jamshedpur (JH)  21 
Ranchi (JH)  22 
Bengaluru (KA)  23 
Hubli (KA)  24 
Mangaluru (KA)  25 
Mysore (KA)  26 
Alappuzha (KL)  27 
Ernakulam (KL)  28 
Idukki (KL)  29 
Kannur (KL)  30 
Kasaragod (KL)  31 
Kollam (KL)  32 
Kottayam (KL)  33 
Kozhikode (KL)  34 
Malappuram (KL)  35 
Palakkad (KL)  36 
Pathanamthitta (KL)  37 
Thiruvananthapuram (KL)  38 
Thrissur (KL)  39 
Bhopal (MP)  40 
Gwalior (MP)  41 
Indore (MP)  42 
Jabalpur (MP)  43 
Mumbai (MH)  44 
Nagpur (MH)  45 
Pune (MH)  46 
Imphal (MN)  47 
Shillong (ML)  48 
Angul (OD)  49 
Balasore (OD)  50 
Bargarh (OD)  51 
Baripada (OD)  52 
BerhampurGanjam (OD)  53 
Bhubaneswar (OD)  54 
Cuttack (OD)  55 
Dhenkanal (OD)  56 
Jharsuguda (OD)  57 
Khurda (OD)  58 
Rayagada (OD)  59 
Rourkela (OD)  60 
Sambalpur (OD)  61 
Bhatinda (PB)  62 
Jalandhar (PB)  63 
Mohali (PB)  64 
Jaipur (RJ)  65 
Jodhpur (RJ)  66 
Udaipur (RJ)  67 
Chennai (TN)  68 
Coimbatore (TN)  69 
Madurai (TN)  70 
Salem (TN)  71 
Tiruchirappalli (TN)  72 
Tirunelveli (TN)  73 
Hyderabad (TS)  74 
Karimnagar (TS)  75 
Warangal (TS)  76 
Agartala (TR)  77 
Allahabad (UP)  78 
Kanpur (UP)  79 
Lucknow (UP)  80 
Noida (UP)  81 
Varanasi (UP)  82 
Dehradun (UK)  83 
Haldwani (UK)  84 
Roorkee (UK)  85 
Asansol (WB)  86 
Burdwan (WB)  87 
Durgapur (WB)  88 
Hughli (WB)  89 
Kolkata (WB)  90 
Siliguri (WB)  91 
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NEST Exam Syllabus PDF 2023
Here in this section, we have provided the syllabus for NEST 2023.
 Biology syllabus
Cell Biology 
Genetics and Evolution 
Ecology 
Humans and Environment 
Biology of Animal systems Digestive System 
Circulatory System 
Excretory System 
Nervous System 
Reproductive System 
Developmental Biology 
Immunology 
Biology of Plant systems 
Systematic 
 Physical Chemistry & Mathematics syllabus
Measurements in Chemistry – SI unit for fundamental quantities 
Significant figures in the calculation 
Mole Concept – 

Avogadro number and the mole concept 
Molar masses 
Mole fraction 
Molarity 
Molality 
Percentage Composition 
Stoichiometry 
Equivalent weight and normality 
Calculations based on mole concept and stoichiometry 

Gaseous and Liquid States 

Absolute scale of temperature 
Gas laws 
Ideal gas equation 
Real gases and deviation from ideality 
Liquefaction of gases 
Van der wall equations 
Kinetic theory of gases; average 
Root mean square and most probable velocities and their relation with temperature 
Law of partial pressures. 

Atomic Structure and Chemical Bonding 

Bohr Model 
Spectrum of hydrogen atom 
Quantum numbers 
Waveparticle duality 
Uncertainty principle 
Orbitals and quantum numbers 
Thermodynamics 

Thermodynamics state 
First law of thermodynamics 
Internal energy 
Work and heat 
Pressurevolume work 
Enthalpy and enthalpy change 
Hess’s law 
Heat of reaction 
Chemical equilibrium 

Laws of chemical equilibrium, Law of mass action, Equilibrium constant 
Factors affecting equilibrium constant. 
Electrochemistry 

Redox reactions and electrode potential 
Electrochemical cells 
Galvanic cells and cell reactions 
Standard electrode potential 
Nernst equation 
Electrochemical series 
Emf of galvanic cells 

Chemical kinetics 

Rates of chemical reactions 
Order of reaction 
Rate constant 
Factors affecting the rate of reaction – concentration 
Solid state 

Classification of solids 
Amorphous and crystalline solids 
Crystalline state 
Crystal lattice and unit cells 
Solutions 

Solution of solid and gas in liquid 
Concentration of solution 
Ideal and non ideal solutions 
Colligative properties 
Vapour pressure of solution 

Surface chemistry 
Adsorption, Colloidal state 
Inorganic Chemistry 

Classification of elements and periodicity in properties 
Hydrogen 
S– Block elements 
P– Block elements 
D–Block elements 
F–Block elements 
Coordination compounds 
Metals and metallurgy 
Organic Chemistry 

Basic concepts 
Reactive intermediates 
Isomerism 
Nomenclature 
Alkanes 
Alkenes and Alkynes 
Aromatic compounds 
Haloalkanes (Alkyl halides) 
Haloarenes 
Alcohols 
Phenols 
Ethers 
Aldehydes and Ketones 
Carboxylic acids 
Amines 
Carbohydrate 
Amino acids and proteins 
Polymers 
Mathematics Algebra 

Algebra of complex numbers 
Quadratic equations with real coefficients 
Arithmetic 
Permutations and combinations 
Binomial theorem for positive integral index 
Relations between roots and coefficients 
Matrices as a rectangular array of real numbers 
Properties of these matrix operations 
Addition and multiplication rules of probability 

Trigonometry 

Trigonometric functions 
Relations between sides and angles of a triangle 
General solution of trigonometric equations 

Analytical Geometry 

Two dimensions – Cartesian coordinates 
Equation of a straight line in various forms 
Angle between two lines 
Lines through the point of intersection of two given lines 
Equation of the bisector of the angle between two lines 
Equation of a circle in various forms 
Parametric equations of a circle 
Equation of a circle through the points of intersection of two circles and those of a circle and a straight line 
Differential Calculus 

Real valued functions of a real variable 
Rational 
Trigonometric 
Exponential and logarithmic functions 
Limit and continuity of a function 
Limit and continuity of the sum 
Inverse of a function 
Derivative of a function 
Derivative of the sum 
Difference 
Product and quotient of two functions 
Derivatives of implicit functions 
Integral Calculus 

Integration as the inverse process of differentiation 
Integration by parts 
Integration by the methods of substitution and partial fractions 
Formation of ordinary differential equations 
Vectors 

Addition of vectors 
Scalar multiplication 
Dot and cross products 
Scalar triple products and their geometrical interpretations. 
 Physics syllabus
Unit Name 
Topics 
General 

Units and Dimensions 
Dimensional analysis 
Least count 
Design of some simple experiments 
Significant figures 
Methods of measurement (direct 
Indirect 
Measurement of length 
Time 
Mass. Potential difference 
Current and resistance Graphical representation and interpretation of data 
Error in measurements and error analysis. 
Mechanics 

Kinematics in one and two dimensions 
Newton’s laws of motion 
Projectile 
Uniform linear motion 
Relative velocity 
Inertial and uniformly accelerated frames of reference 
Static and dynamic friction 
Linear and circular simple harmonic motion 
Systems of particles 
Centripetal acceleration and centrifugal force 
Rigid body 
Moment of inertia 
Parallel and perpendicular axes theorems 
Hooke’s law and stress–strain relations. Elastic limit 
plastic deformation. Young’s modulus 
Bulk and shear moduli 
Pressure in a fluid 
Pascal’s law 
Buoyancy 
Surface energy and surface tension 
Capillary rise. 

Sound and Mechanical Waves 

Planewave motion 
Longitudinal 
Transverse waves 
Superposition of waves 
Progressive and stationary waves 
Vibrations of strings and air columns. 
Thermal Physics 

Thermal expansion of solids 
Liquids and gases 
Calorimetry 
Latent heat 
Heat conduction in one dimension 
First and the second law of thermodynamics and its applications 
Elementary concepts of convection and radiation 
Newton’s law of cooling 
Equivalence of heat and work 
Entropy 
Black body radiation – absorptive and emissive powers 
Kirchhoff’s law. 
Electricity and Magnetism 

Coulomb’s law 
Electric field and potential 
Electrical potential energy of a system of point charges and of electrical dipoles in a uniform electrostatic field. 

Capacitance 

Calculation of capacitance with and without dielectrics. Capacitors in series and parallel. Energy stored in a capacitor. 

Electromagnetic Induction 

Faraday’s law 
Lenz’s law 
Self and mutual inductance 
RC 
LR and LC circuits with A.C sources. 

Optics 
Rectilinear propagation of light, Reflection, and refraction at plane and spherical surfaces, Deviation and dispersion of light by a prism 
Modern Physics 

Atomic nucleus. Alpha 
Beta 
Gamma radiations & Law of radioactive decay 
Photoelectric effect 
Bohr’s theory of hydrogenlike atoms 
Characteristic and continuous X–rays 
Moseley’s law 
Fission and fusion processes. 
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