National Standard Examination in Junior Science (NSEJS) is examination leading to International Junior Science Olympiads.

GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS OF CLASS VIII, IX & X

NATIONAL STANDARD EXAMINATION IN JUNIOR SCIENCE (NSEJS) LEADING TO INTERNATIONAL OLYMPIAD IN JUNIOR SCIENCE

 

Are you aware that thousands of students go abroad for International Olympiads and win laurels for India? Olympiads are plenty, from sports events to academic tests. All of them have a common goal and that is EXCELLENCE. Here we shall refer to one such international activity -viz – an academic event organized every year – “International Olympiad in Junior Science (IJSO)”. Here Junior Science means the ‘science’ taught till std X level. Surely it is not a difficult examination. In last six years Indian students have bagged 10 gold medals, 25 silver medals and 1 bronze medal. Every Indian student selected for IJSO has been honored by a medal.

Don’t you think that you should participate and join the above list? The time to think and ACT is now! So hurry up! ! Let us tell you the whole story

In the first step you have to enroll for NSEJS at the nearest centre before 15th September 2014. This exam will be conducted on 23rd November 2014 (Sunday) between 3 pm. and 5 pm at about 800 centers spread all over the country. List of these centers (and the name of contact person at each centre) you can see on the website www.iapt.org.in . A new centre can be formed in your school if some active science teacher approaches IAPT through the principal. NSEJS exam will consist of 80 multiple choice questions in physics, chemistry, mathematics and biology based on syllabus upto CBSE class X level. High school students born on / after 1-1- 2000 are eligible to appear for NSEJS. This exam is organized by the Indian Association of Physics Teachers (IAPT). The exam fee is only Rs.100/-. You are not required to pay any additional fee for further stages (if you are selected). You have to work hard, answer questions without making any mistakes and thus be in the Top 300 merit list.

Then you will be invited for stage II of the selection process. This stage II is the Indian National Junior Science Olympiad or INJSO exam which will be conducted on 31st Jan. 2015

Top 35 students selected from INJSO will be fortunate to attend the Orientation Cum Selection Camp (OCSC) for 2 to 3 weeks in April – June 2015 at the Homi Bhabha Centre for Science Education (TIFR), Mumbai. This is the third and final stage of the selection process.

Top 6 students selected from OCSC will represent India for the International Olympiad in Junior Science that will be held in South Korea in December 2015

A number of certificates and attractive prizes are awarded to meritorious students. To know the details of these and for any doubt refer to the website www.iapt.org.in and read the ‘student’s brochure’.

So you have to be on the crest of a wave at each stage. We all know that you are studying well, so why not participate in this National Olympiad Program and go abroad in just Rs.100/- At least get experience of a competitive exam of national level at a very young age. Who knows – you may be a winner of Gold Medal in IJSO 2015

 

NSEJS

23rd November 2014

03 00 pm to 05 00 pm

Exam fee: Rs 100

 

Indian Association of Physics Teachers
Central Exam Office(For Exams & Academic programs)
61, Sheelavihar Colony, 7, Heramb co-op. Hsg. Society, Karve road, Kothrud Pune Maharashtra-411038 India
+91-20-25420163 / 20252754

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