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North Eastern Regional Institute of Science & Technology (NERIST), Nirjuli, Itanagar, Arunachal Pradesh conducts NERIST Entrance Examination (NEE) for admission to Base Module (Certificate Course), Diploma Module & Degree Module Courses in Technology streams and also Degree Module course in Forestry.

The NEE shall be conducted for admission at three levels/courses viz.,

NERIST NEE 2019 Eligibility:-

NEE-- I: Base (Certificate)

Maximum Age Limit: 19 years for GE, 24 years for ST/SC/PD and 22 years for OBC and female applicants as on 1st August.

Academic Qualification For NEE-I:  Applicants should have passed Class 10 / Matriculation examination or an equivalent examination with Science and Mathematics. They should have passed in both Science and Mathematics subjects. Applicants whose results are awaited may also appear in the NERIST Entrance Examination. In such cases, selected candidates must produce the original pass certificates and mark-sheets at the time of their admission. Otherwise, their admission shall stand automatically cancelled.

(i) NEE- II - Diploma in Engg & Tech (Technology Stream) / NEE-II (Vocational) Diploma in Engg & Tech. (Vocational) / (iii)  NEE- II B.Sc. Degree in Forestry

Maximum Age Limit: 23 years for GE, 28 years for ST/SC/PD and 26 years for OBC and female applicants as on 1st  August , 2012.

Academic Qualifications for NEE-II:

(i) NEE-II (PCMB): For Technology Stream- Applicants with 10+2 PCM/PCMB should have passed with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics (PCM), separately. For Forestry stream- Applicants with 10+2 PCB/PCMB should have passed in Physics, Chemistry and Biology (PCB), separately.

(ii)  NEE-II (Vocational) For Technology Stream only:                  

Applicants with 10+2 Vocational / ITI / NERIST Certificate in any one of the branches / trades, viz., Farm Equipment (FE) / Food Processing (FP) / Construction Technology i.e. Draftsmanship / Surveyor (CT) / Electronics Technology or Electronics Maintenance (ET/EM) / Electrical Technology or Electrical Maintenance (ET/EM) /   Mechanical Craftsmanship (MC) / Automobile Technology (AT) and Refrigeration & Air Conditioning(R&AC) are eligible.
Applicants who are appearing in the above mentioned qualifying examination and whose results are awaited may also appear in the Entrance Examination. In such cases, selected candidates must produce the original pass certificates and mark-sheets at the time of their admission. Otherwise, their admission shall stand automatically cancelled.
Candidates, who are selected under NEE-II Technology stream i.e., 10+2PCM and NEE-II Vocational, shall have the choice of 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-III: B.Tech Degree (Technology Stream)

Maximum Age Limit: 40 years for GE, 45 years for ST/SC/PD and 43 years for OBC and female applicants as on 1st  August, 2012.

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 60% marks considering aggregate marks of all the three years’ together or NERIST Diploma Module. Those applicants who don’t possess their qualifications as per the disciplines/branches mentioned in Appendix-III are not eligible for admission.

Admission to Degree Module in engineering is available in the following disciplines/branches:-

(i)   Agricultural Engineering (AE)
(ii)  Civil Engineering (CE)
(iii) Computer Science & Engineering (CSE)
(iv) Electrical Engineering (EE)
(v) Electronics & Communication Engineering (ECE)
(vi) Mechanical Engineering (ME).

Applicants who are appearing in their Final examination of the three-year diploma course may also appear in NEE-III. In such cases, selected candidates must produce the original pass certificates and mark-sheets at the time of counseling/admission, otherwise their admission shall stand automatically cancelled.

Note: In case, an applicant is found ineligible at a later date (i.e., even after his/her admission is complete), his/her admission will be cancelled. Hence, all admissions shall be subject to verification of facts from the original certificates/documents of the applicants.

NERIST NEE Registration / Application Form

NERIST NEE 2019 Application Form / Registration:-

 

Apply online at website:- http://neeonline.ac.in
 
Application fee is Rs. 600/-+ bank transaction charges for SC/ST/PD candidates, and Rs. 1000/- + bank transaction charges for GENERAL/OBC and all other candidates. Application fee is non refundable/transferable. 
 
Mode of Payment - 
 
1. Net Banking
2. Credit card
3. ATM-cum-Debit card

 

NERIST NEE Exam Dates

NERIST NEE 2019 Date:-

 


NERIST NEE Syllabus

NERIST NEE 2019 Syllabus:-

The NERIST NEE Syllabus is described here for the applicants so that the students can begin the preparation for the examination. It covers all the topics included in the examination. The Syllabus for this exam covers all the topics of class 12th.There are three sections:

• Physics
• Chemistry
• Mathematics
 

Paper Pattern

NERIST NEE 2019 Pattern:-

NEE-- I: It will have one question paper of 150 marks consisting of three sections and of three hours’ duration.  All questions will be of objective type with multiple-choice answers. For every wrong answer to a question, 25% (¼th) of the marks carried by that question will be deducted. There shall be no deduction for un-attempted question.  

Scheme for NEE- I

Pattern of question papers for applicants having Science and Mathematics in their 10th / matriculation qualifying examination and seeking admission to Base Module in Engineering / Technology (Technology stream):    Applicants shall have to attempt all the questions in all the sections. The sections and subject-wise distributions of marks are given below:

Section-A (Physics): 35 marks.
                               
35 questions of 1-mark each.   
           
Section-B (Chemistry):  35 marks.

35 questions of 1-mark each.     
           
Section-C (Mathematics):   80 marks.    
                                 
30 questions of 1-mark each,
25 questions of 2-marks each.      

NEE-II: It will have one question paper of 150 marks and of three hours’ duration. All questions will be of objective type with multiple-choice answers. For every wrong answer to a question, 25% (¼th) of the marks carried by that question will be deducted. There shall be no deduction for un-attempted question.  

Scheme for NEE-II

There shall be two different modes of question papers: (i) NEE-II (PCMB) (for both Technology stream and Forestry stream), (ii) NEE-II (Vocational) (for Technology stream only).

(i) NEE-II (PCMB): Pattern of question papers for applicants having Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics (PCM) or Physics, Chemistry and Biology (PCB) in their 10+2 PCM/PCB qualifying examination and seeking admission to Diploma Module in Engineering/Technology (Technology stream) or Degree Module in Forestry (Forestry stream), respectively:

The question paper shall consist of four sections viz., Sections A, B, C and D of 150 marks. Applicants seeking admission to Technology stream shall have to attempt sections A, B and C; and those seeking admission to Forestry stream shall have to attempt section A, B and D. Applicants should not attempt all the four sections. They should adhere to the choice of their option (either A,B,C or A,B,D) as per their choice of stream mentioned in their applications.

The sections and subject-wise distributions of marks are given below:

Section-A (Physics):  45 marks.
            
25 questions of 1-mark each
10 questions of 2-marks each  
                
Section-B (Chemistry):   45marks.          
                  
25 questions of 1-mark each
10 questions of 2-marks each
             
Section-C (Mathematics):  60 marks.
                  
30 questions of 1-mark each
15 questions of 2-marks each

Section-D (Biology):   60 marks.          
                  
30 questions of 1-mark each
15 questions of 2-marks each

(ii) NEE-II (Vocational): Pattern of question papers for applicants having vocational courses in their qualifying examinations (i.e., 10+2 Vocational / ITI / NERIST Certificate) and seeking admission to Diploma Module in Engineering/Technology (Technology stream):

Question paper for each trade/branch shall consist of four sections, viz., Sections A, B, C and D; and one shall have to attempt all the questions in all the four sections. Thus, NEE-II (Vocational) question papers shall be Trade / Branch-wise containing all the four sections in each set.  Sections A, B & C shall be common for all the Trades / Branches, and section–D shall pertain to the relevant Trade / Branch subject of the applicant.

The sections and subject-wise distributions of marks are given below:

Section-A (Physics): 25 marks.   
 
25 questions of 1-mark each

Section-B (Chemistry):   25 marks.  

25 questions of 1-mark each

Section-C (Mathematics): 30 marks.  

30 questions of 1-mark each

Section-D (Vocational Subject):  70 marks.
                          
30 questions of 1-mark each

20 questions of 2-marks each

Important note: Section-D, Vocational Subject, consists of Syllabus of Common Engineering Sciences (10 questions of 1-mark each & 5 questions of 2-marks each) and that of one Trade / Branch subject (20 questions of 1-mark each & 15 questions of 2-marks each) as given below from Sl. No. 1 to 8, which should be appropriate to the academic qualification of an applicant.

Trades / Branches:

1.  AE(FE = Farm Equipment),
2.  AE(FP = Food Processing),
3.  CE (CT = Construction Technology, i.e., Draftsmanship / Surveyor),
4.  ECE (ET or EM = Ectronics Technology or Electronics Maintenance),
5.  EE (ET or EM = Electrical Technology or Electrical Maintenance),
6.  ME (MC = Mechanical Craftsmanship)
7.  ME (AT = Automobile Technology)
8.  ME (RAC = Refrigeration & Air Conditioning).

NEE-III: There shall be only one question paper of 150 marks consisting of four sections of three hours’ duration.  All questions will be objective type with multiple-choice answers. For every wrong answer to a question, 25% (¼th) of the marks carried by that question will be deducted. There shall be no deduction for un-attempted question.  

Scheme for NEE-III

Question paper for each Branch/Discipline shall consist of four sections, viz., Sections A, B, C and D; and one shall have to attempt all the questions in all the four sections. The sections and subject-wise distributions of marks are given below:

Section-A (Physics): 25 marks.   
                           
25 questions of 1-mark each

Section-B (Chemistry):  25 marks.  

25 questions of 1-mark each

Section-C (Mathematics): 30 marks.  

30 questions of 1-mark each

Section-D (Branch subject):  70 marks.
                          
30 questions of 1-mark each
20 questions of 2-marks each

Sections A, B & C shall be common for all the Branches/Disciplines, and section–D shall pertain to the relevant Branches/Disciplines (viz., AE or CE or CSE or ECE or EE or ME) of the applicants. Thus, NEE-III question papers shall be discipline-wise containing all the four sections in each set. 

NERIST NEE Preparation

NERIST NEE 2019 Preparation Tips:-

As the admission in this institute will be granted only on the basis of the scores in the examination, therefore, the aspirants must have to be prepared for the examination completely. The NERIST NEE Preparation Tips are given here.

• Going through all the details regarding the examination is a must.
• Be mentally prepared for the entrance examination.
• Solve the previous year’s exam paper.
• Increase the speed so as to finish the exam on time.
• Maintain the confidence
 

NERIST NEE Notification

NERIST NEE 2019 Notification:-