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Old 29th November 2014, 02:57 PM
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Default Re: Preparation for NERIST Exam

NERIST North Eastern Institute of Science & Technology conducts NEE exam for this I am giving you preparation tips:

Firstly student should make a time table.

Student must do practice for that subjects in which they feel difficulty.

Student should solve previous year paper.

Student should not be nervous.

Student should be confident but not have overconfidence.

Students should do study according to syllabus.

Students should do study according to exam pattern.

I am giving you syllabus and structure of NEE exam:

Structure of NEE Exam
The structure of the NEE differs according to the type of the examination.

NEE I: The Question paper is of MCQ format with objective type and the duration of the examination is 180 minutes. The question paper carries 150 marks and is divided into three parts,

Physics: 35 Questions
Chemistry: 35 Questions
Mathematics: 80 Questions

NEE II: The NEE II again divided into two types, NEE II for the Vocational courses and NEE II for the technology and forestry program

NEE II (Vocational): The question paper caries 150 marks with objective type multiple choice formats. The question paper is divided into five sessions and the duration of the paper is set to be three hours.

Physics: 10 Questions
Chemistry: 10 Questions
Mathematics/Biology: 10 Questions
Common Engineering Sciences/ Common Biology Sciences: 20 Questions
Vocational Subjects: 20 Questions

NEE II (technology and forestry): The question paper carries 150 questions with three hours duration. The question paper is divided into four parts and the candidates need to chose either of the part third or fourth part according to their preference.

Physics: 45 Questions
Chemistry: 45 questions
Mathematics/Biology: 60 questions

NEE III: The duration of the examination is three hours and there will be 100 questions with 150 marks. The paper is divided into four sessions and the candidates need to attend each part to qualify for the examination.

Physics: 25 questions
Chemistry: 25 questions
Mathematics: 25 questions
Branch Subject: 25 questions

Negetive Marks :For each wrong response there will be minus marks .

Syllabus:
Mathematics
Vector Algebra
Trigonometry
Theory of Equation
Sequence and Series
Matrices and Determinants
Differential Calculus
Complex Numbers
Analytical Geometry

Chemistry
Thermodynamics
Solid States
Organic Nitrogen Compounds
Ethers
Electro Chemistry
D and F Block Elements
Coordination Chemistry
Carbonyl Compounds
Alcohols

Physics
Nuclear Physics
Electrostatics
Electromagnetic Waves
Electromagnetic Induction
Current Electricity
Communication System
Atomic Physics

Biology
Structure and Function – Plants
Structure and Function - Animals
Reproduction, Growth and Movement in Plants
Reproduction and Development in Humans
Genetics and Evolution
Ecology and Environment
Diversity in Living World
Cell: The Unit of Life; Structure and Function
Biotechnology and its Applications
Biology and Human Welfare
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