The NEST Result 2023 that means National Entrance Screening Test (NEST) result was announced on the official website of the exam. Once released, it will be available at the official website, nestexam.in.
The candidates can visit the official website of NEST nestexam.in to check and download their results. The NEST was held at multiple centres across India over two separate sessions.
The National Entrance Screening Test (NEST) is a mandatory online entrance test for getting admission to the 5-year Integrated MSc Program at the National Institute of Science Education and Research (NISER) Bhubaneswar and University of Mumbai – Department of Atomic Energy Centre for Excellence in Basic Sciences (UM-DAE CEBS) Mumbai.
|Name of the result||NEST Results 2023|
|Title||Check your NEST Exam Result 2023|
|Subject||NEST Exam Result 2023 released by NISER|
|Result Date||05 May|
|NEST NISER Score||Check your NISER Score|
|NEST CEBS Score||Check your CEBS Score|
The NEST consisted of multiple-choice questions. Candidates who complete class 12 with 60 per cent marks are eligible to appear for the exam. The selection of candidates will be based on the marks obtained in NEST.
How to check NEST Result 2023?
Students who gave the entrance tests are requested to log in to the official website of NEST to check their result. Candidates can follow the step guide given below to check and download the NEST 2023 results.
- Visit the official website
Candidates need to visit the official website of NEST, nestexam.in
- Click on Result link
Once you reach the official website, click on the link which reads 'NEST 2023 result' on the homepage.
- Enter Login details
After clicking on that link, It will direct to a new page of NEST, You need to enter your NEST roll number and date of birth. Then click on the login button.
- Print your result
After clicking on the login button, your NEST 2023 result will be displayed on the screen. Take a print out of your NEST result for future reference
Both the NISER and UM-DAE CEBS were started by the Department of Atomic Energy, Government of India in 2007. Their objective is to train scientific manpower for implementing cutting edge scientific research and for giving inputs to the scientific programs of the Department of Atomic Energy and other applied science institutions in India.