NERIST Entrance Examination 2019
Manashjyoti, 24 May 2019

NERIST Entrance Examination (NEE) 2019 - North Eastern Regional Institute of Science and Technology (NERIST) has released the result of NEE 2019 on May 14, 2019 in the form of selected, waitlist and extended wait lists. The exam authority has conducted the NERIST Entrance Examination (NEE) 2019 in pen-and-paper based mode on April 20 & 21. NERIST NEE 2019 was conducted for three modules (or levels): NEE-I, NEE-II, and NEE-III for admission to the certificate, diploma, and degree courses of engineering and technology respectively. Candidates seeking admission to Degree Module of Forestry stream must apply through NEE-II (PCB). All the modules of NEE 2019 include 150 objective type questions, but their break-up would vary. The counselling process of NERIST NEE 2019 will start from July 17 in offline mode at NERIST Auditorium.


NERIST NEE 2019 Results

Exam

Selected & Waiting List

NEE-I

Click here

NEE-II (PCM)

Click here

NEE-II (PCM_VOC)

Click here

NEE-III

Click here

NERIST Academic Structure

Admission to technology stream (i.e., engineering branches) at NERIST is conducted through three independent modules:

  • Base or Certificate module

  • Diploma module

  • Degree module


Quick overview of NERIST Entrance Examination (NEE)

Name of the exam

NERIST Entrance Examination

Common name

NEE

Conducting body

North Eastern Regional Institute of Science and Technology (NERIST)

Purpose of exam

Admission to base(NEE-I), diploma (NEE-II) and degree (NEE-II) modules of engineering and technology stream; and to degree module of Forestry stream (through NEE-II (PCB)).

Mode of application

Online only

Mode of exam

OMR-based (offline)

Mode of counselling

Offline

Seats

NEE-I (base module) - 200; NEE-II - 80; NEE-II (PCB) - 30; NEE-III - 72

NERIST NEE 2019 - Important Dates

Event

Dates

Issue of online application form

January 11, 2019

Last date to submit application form

March 31, 2019

Issue of Admit Cards

April 8, 2019

NEE-II and NEE-III entrance exam

April 20, 2019

NEE-I

April 21, 2019

Declaration of Result

May 14, 2019


NEE Counselling Schedule

Module

Particulars

Dates

NEE-I

(Base Module)

Selected candidates of all states (excluding Arunachal Pradesh State Quota)


Candidates qualified under PRC & PD quota also need to be present

July 17, 2019

Wait list candidates of all states (except Arunachal Pradesh State Quota)


Wait list candidates of PRC & PD quota also need to be present.

July 18, 2019

Selected, wait-listed, and extended wait-listed candidates under Arunachal Pradesh State Quota excluding PRC and PD.

July 19. 2019

NEE-II and III


(Diploma Module, Degree Module and Degree in Forestry)

Selected and wait-listed candidates of all states of NEE-II (not including Arunachal Pradesh State Quota)


Wait-listed candidates of PRC & PD quota also need to be present

July 20, 2019

Selected and wait-listed candidates of all states of NEE-III (not including Arunachal Pradesh State Quota)


Wait-listed candidates of PRC & PD quota also need to be present

July 22, 2019

Selected and wait-listed and extended wait-listed candidates of NEE-II and III (only Arunachal Pradesh State Quota except PRC & PD)

July 23, 2019

All modules

2nd Round of NEE counselling/ admission to fill vacant seats for wait-listed candidates from all the states (on the basis of merit) and from 2nd waitlist (open merit).


Vacancies for this round will be notified on June 25, 2019

NEE-I: August 1, 2019


NEE- II & III: August 2, 2019



NEE Eligibility Criteria 2019

The eligibility criteria of NEE 2019 are the set of conditions that all applicants need to meet in order to be considered for admission. If a candidate qualify in the entrance exam but doesn’t meet the prescribed NEE eligibility criteria, he or she would still be not considered for admission.


Eligibility Criteria of NEE 2019

Exam

Eligibility Criteria

NEE-I


The candidate must:

Qualifying exam: Have passed Class 10 or equivalent exam with Mathematics and Science separately.

Age limit:

  • General: Be not more than 19 years of age as on July 31, 2019 (or born on or after August 1, 2000).
  • OBC: 22 years of age as on July 31, 2019 (or born on or after August 1, 1997).
  • SC/ST/PD: 24 years of age as on July 31, 2019 (or born on or after August 1, 1995).

NEE-II (PCM)

Academic qualification - The candidate must have passed 10+2 with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics

Age limit:

  • General: 23 years of age as on July 31, 2019 (or born on or after August 1, 1996).
  • OBC: 26 years of age as on July 31, 2019 (or born on or after August 1, 1993).
  • SC/ST/PD: 28 years of age as on July 31, 2019 (or born on or after August 1, 1991).

NEE-II (Vocational)

Academic qualification - Applicants need to have passed 10+2 (Vocational) / ITI / NERIST Certificate in any one of the branches / trades, viz., [Agricultural Engineering] Farm Equipment (FE) / Food Processing (FP); [Civil Engineering] Construction Technology i.e. Draftsmanship / Surveyor (CT); [Electronics and Communications Engineering] Electronics Technology or Electronics Maintenance (ET/EM); [Electrical Engineering] Electrical Technology or Electrical Maintenance (ET/EM); [Mechanical Engineering] Mechanical Craftsmanship (MC) / Automobile Technology (AT) and Refrigeration & Air Conditioning (R&AC) are eligible.

Age limit: The candidate must not be more than 23 years of age as on August 1, 2019.

NEE-II (PCB)

Academic qualification: The candidate must have passed 10+2(PCB)/ Higher Secondary (PCB) with Physics, Chemistry and

Biology (PCB)

Age limit: The candidate must not be more than 23 years of age as on August 1, 2019.

NEE-3

Academic qualification: The applicant needs to hold a 3-year diploma degree with minimum 60% aggregate marks/ CGPA of 6.0 on a 10 point scale/ NERIST Diploma Module with a minimum of CGPA 6.0.

Age limit:

  • General: 40 years of age as on July 31, 2019 (or born on or after August 1, 1979).
  • OBC: 43 years of age as on July 31, 2019 (or born on or after August 1, 1976).
  • SC/ST/PD: 45 years of age as on July 31, 2019 (or born on or after August 1, 1974).

Age relaxation: OBC and female candidates are eligible for age relaxation of 3 years, while ST/SC/PD candidates are eligible for 5 years age relaxation.

Candidates appearing in the qualifying exam may also apply, but they will have to produce original pass certificates and/or mark sheets/grade at the time of counselling.


NEE Application Form 2019

The application form of NEE 2019 was closed. When filled the NEE 2019 application form, the candidate needs to ensure they only use only genuine and verifiable information. Also, filled in application form submitted before the last date. Candidates can check the steps below for reference purpose.


Steps to fill NEE 2019 application form

  • Registration

  • Filling of applicant details

  • Uploading of photograph and signature

  • Filling of academic details

  • Selecting exam centre

  • Preview and confirm


Step 1 - Registration - To start the registration process, click on the ‘New Registration’ button. This will redirect the candidate to a registration form which will have different fields like:

  • Email id

  • Select and confirm password

  • Name

  • Date of birth

  • Gender

  • Name of parents

  • Mobile number

It must be noted that details submitted at the time of registration cannot be changed afterwards, so one needs to be careful.


After entering the above details, click on ‘Sign Up’ button. Upon successful registration, a confirmation message will appear on the screen. Activation links will also be sent to the registered email id and mobile number of the candidate. Click on the activation link to complete the registration process.


Step 2 - Filling of application form

Log-in to the newly created applicant account to access the application form. The candidate has to first select the Programme Type ( NEE-I, NEE-II, etc) and Programme Name. When applying for a programme, check the eligibility and if eligible click on the corresponding checkbox.

Next, applicant details have to be entered, which has three sections - personal and communication details.

  • Personal details - category, physically challenged, nationality, region, state of domicile, reservation of seats, marital status, Aadhaar number, whether candidate is a NERIST student

  • Permanent and correspondence address - Building/house number, landmark, city/town/village, district, post office, state, PIN, etc.


Step 3 - Uploading of documents

In this step, photograph and signature have to be uploaded in the prescribed format, as shown in the table below.


Image Specifications

Document

Dimension (maximum)

Resolution

Size

Format

Photograph

3.5 x 4.5 cm

100 dpi

Up to 100 KB

JPEG/JPG

Signature

-

-

Up to 100 KB

JPEG/JPG


Step 4 - Filling of academic details

Depending on the programme opted for admission, the candidate has to enter details like name of the exam, board/university, year of passing, name of the school/college, division/grade, marks obtained, total marks, and percentage(%).


Step 5 - Selection of exam centre

A maximum of two options can be picked by the candidate in the order of preference.


Step 6 - Preview and confirm

The candidate at this stage will be able to preview the filled-in application form and check whether the information entered is correct or not. If everything is ok, click on the confirmation button.


Step 7 - Payment of application fee

This is the final step of the application process. The application fee may vary depending on the category of the candidate and can be paid in online mode only. Upon fee payment, take a printout of the completed NERIST NEE 2019 application form for future reference.


Application fee

Category

Application fee

General/OBC candidates

Rs. 1000 + bank transactions

SC/ST/PH candidates

Rs. 600 + bank transactions


To read the guidelines for filling the NEE 2019 Application Form - Click Here

NEE Exam Pattern 2019

Candidates need to go through NERIST NEE 2019 exam pattern as this would help them to prepare for the entrance exam more effectively. Some of the important details included in exam pattern of NERIST NEE 2019 are the mode of the exam, types of question asked marking scheme, etc.


Key highlights of NEE 2019 exam pattern

  • The exam was conducted in offline (OMR-based) mode.

  • Objective type questions with multiple choice answers would be asked.

  • Also, some of these questions will carry 1 mark, while rest would be 2-mark questions (check the tables below for full details)

  • For each incorrect attempt, 25% (1⁄4 th ) of the marks carried by the particular question will be deducted.


Exam pattern of NEE I - Base (Certificate) module

Section

Number of Questions

Exam Paper Code

Section-A (Physics)

35 marks


  • 35 questions of 1-mark each

10

Section-B (Chemistry)

35 marks


  • 35 questions of 1-mark each

Section-C (Mathematics)

80 marks


  • 30 questions of 1-mark each, and

  • 25 questions of 2-marks each

Total

125 questions carrying a total of 150 marks



Exam pattern of NEE-II (PCM)

Sections

Number of Questions

Exam Paper Code

Section-A (Physics)

45 marks


  • 25 questions of 1-mark each

  • 10 questions of 2-marks each

20

Section-B (Chemistry)

45 marks


  • 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

Total Marks

150 marks



Exam pattern of NEE-II (Vocational)

Sections

Number of Questions

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


Vocational subjects with paper codes:


Farm Equipment - 21

Food Processing - 22

Construction Technology - 23

Electronics Technology/ Electronics Maintenance - 24

Electrical Technology/ Electrical Maintenance - 25

Mechanical Craftsmanship - 26

Automobile Technology - 27

Refrigeration and Air Conditioning - 28



Section D has two sub-sections:


  • D (a): Common Engineering Sciences

  • D (b):Engineering Trade/Subject.


Sections A, B, C, and Section D (a) are compulsory for all.


Section D (a) of the question paper will contain 10 questions of 1-mark each & 5 questions of 2-marks each.


Section D (b) will contain 20 questions of 1-mark each & 15 questions of 2-marks each from the syllabus of the relevant Trade / Branch subject


Exam pattern of NEE-II (Forestry)

Sections

Questions and marking scheme

Exam Paper code

A - Physics

45 marks


  • 25 questions of 1-mark each

  • 10 questions of 2-marks each

29

B - Chemistry

45 marks


  • 25 questions of 1-mark each

  • 10 questions of 2-marks each

C- Mathematics

60 marks


  • 30 questions of 1-mark each

  • 15 questions of 2-marks each

Total Marks

150 marks



Exam pattern of NEE-III (Degree Module)

Sections

Questions and marking scheme

A - Physics

25 marks


  • 25 questions of 1-mark each

B - Chemistry

25 marks


  • 25 questions of 1-mark each

C- Mathematics

30 marks


  • 30 questions of 1-mark each

D - Branch subject

70 marks


  • 30 questions of 1-mark each

  • 20 questions of 2-marks each


Branch subjects and corresponding paper codes:


Agricultural Engineering - 30

Civil Engineering - 31

Computer Science and Engineering - 32

Electronics and Communications Engineering - 33

Electrical Engineering - 34

Mechanical Engineering - 35


NEE Exam Centres 2019

The exam centres of NEE 2019 are the 13 venues that was conducted the pen-and-paper based exam; these venues are spread across the eight North Eastern States which includes Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Meghalaya, Manipur, Mizoram, Nagaland, Sikkim, Tripura. The candidate would be able to select a maximum of two exam centres of NEE 2019 at the time of filling the online application form, in the order of priority.


NEE 2019 Exam Centres and Corresponding Codes

Name of Exam Centre

Centre Code

Agartala

01

Aizawl

02

Dibrugarh

03

Gangtok

04

Guwahati

05

Imphal

06

Itanagar

07

Pasighat

08

Kohima

09

North Lakhimpur

10

Shillong

11

Silchar

12

Tezpur

13

Bomdila

14


NEE Admit Card 2019

Exam officials has released the admit card of NEE 2019 from April 8, 2019. Notification regarding the availability of the admit card would be sent to the registered email id and mobile number of the candidate. The admit card of NEE 2019 contains important information like the date and time of the exam and also exam centre details.


How to download NEE 2019 Admit Card

  • Visit the official website or click on the admit card.

  • Login to the portal using either the Registration No. or user id and password

  • Upon successful login, admit card would be displayed on the screen

  • Download and take a printout


What to do in case of non-receipt of NEE admit card

Candidates need to bring the NEE 2019 admit cards with them on exam day, or else they will not be allowed to sit in the exam. In case a candidate hasn’t been issued an admit card, he/she needs to bring a photocopy of the Registration Confirmation Page and also two color photographs.


NEE Result 2019

The result of NEE 2019 for all three modules NEE I, II and III declared on May 14. NEE 2019 result can be checked through the official website and will also be updated on this page. The result will be in the form of selected/ waitlisted/ extended wait lists of NEE-I, NEE-II, and NEE-III.


How to check NERIST Entrance Examination (NEE) 2019 Result

  • Click on the result link - nerist.ac.in

  • Next, simply select the exam module and sub-module (e.g. NEE-II PCM or PCB). No login is required.

  • The result will be displayed on the screen in a downloadable PDF format.

  • Download and take a printout.


Details included in NEE Result

  • Name of the candidate

  • Quota and state under which selection/ waitlist/extended wait-list has been made

  • Roll number of the candidate


NERIST Entrance Examination 2018 Results

Exam

Selected List

Waiting List

NEE-I

Click Here

Click Here

NEE-II (PCM)

Click Here

Click Here

NEE-II (PCB)

Click Here

Click Here

NEE-III

Click Here

Click Here


NEE Counselling 2019

Candidates who are included in the selected, waitlist and extended wait lists have to report for manual counselling from July 17 onwards. There would two counselling rounds. The allotment of seats during NEE 2019 counselling will be based on the merit rank of the candidate in their respective modules and categories. Seats will be first allotted to selected candidates, then to waitlist and finally to extended waitlist candidates, subject to availability. The exam authorities will release notification about 2nd round counsellinf on July 25, 2019.


NEE 2019 Counselling Process

  • Online filling of Admission Form for counselling and admission - The candidate has to select the program applied for admission and fill in the registration form. Upon successful registration, the registration number will be generated; note it down. Also, take a printout of the admission form.

  • On the scheduled day of counselling, the candidate must bring the counselling-cum-admission form with them, along with other relevant documents.

  • If the candidate is absent on counselling day, it will be assumed that the candidate is ‘Not Interested’ and so his or her candidature will be forfeited.

  • Also, those reporting late for counselling may end up losing their preferred branch.

  • All candidates have to successfully complete the document verification process that will be conducted during NERIST NEE counselling. Any candidate who fails in the process will be disqualified.


Document checklist for NEE 2019 Counselling

  • Printout of counselling-cum-admission form

  • Masr sheets and pass certificate of Class X, XII and Diploma, as applicable

  • Migration Certificate

  • Institute leaving certificate

  • Caste certificate

  • If applied for NE state quota, then Permanent Resident Certificate (PRC)

  • Government Employee Certificate of Parent/Guardian (if applicable)

  • Aadhaar Card, if any, along with a photocopy

  • Private Business Certificate, if applicable

  • Legal guardian certificate/affidavit from first class magistrate

  • Income certificate of parent/legal guardian

  • Medical fitness certificate


The candidate will also have to bring one set of self-attested photocopies of all the documents listed above.


Course-wise seats and corresponding NEE entrance exam

Entrance exam

Course

Seats

NEE-I

Base (Certificate)

200

NEE-II (PCM)

Diploma in Engineering and Technology

80

NEE-II (Vocational)

Diploma in Engineering and Technology (Vocational)

NEE-II (PCB)

B.Sc in Forestry

30

NEE-III

B.Tech (Technology stream)

72

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