Also, a link to their answer script with the answer key has been sent to the registered email id of all candidates. The correct answers to the questions are clearly marked there with a green tick. In a box on the right you will find a “Question ID” for each question.
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Candidates having any objections regarding the answer key or question can challenge it through the official website. The window for raising queries will remain open till 8:00 am, August 23, 2021.
The NEST 2021 exam was conducted at multiple centres on August 14, 2021.
Based on the performance in NEST 2021, Merit List of the candidates will be prepared for NISER and CEBS separately and posted on NEST 2021 website (www.nestexam.in) on September 1, 2021.
Instructions for raising queries about NEST 2021 answer keys and answer scripts
Each candidate has a “Participant ID” which you will find at the top of the answer script. Please keep a note of that. You will need it to raise queries.
There are four email ids for raising queries:
Candidates are requested to mark a copy of your queries to : firstname.lastname@example.org.
To raise a query about a particular question please keep with you the following: the subject section, the “Question ID” of the question you want to ask about and your “Participant ID”.
The subject line of your email must be:
Subject section: Question ID, Participant ID
For example, if you have a query about a question in the Chemistry section with “Question ID” 1111111111 and your “Participant ID” is 222222222222, the subject line of your email should be:
Write your query in the body of the email. Please be brief and to the point. As far as possible please do not send any attachments.
Admission for the five year Integrated M.Sc. Programme is through an all India level examination, National Entrance Screening Test (NEST), held every year in May/June, at a large number of centres around the country.