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NISER, Bhubaneswar, and UM–DAE CEBS will release the NEST 2023 cut-off after the announcement of the results on July 10, 2023. NEST cut-off is the minimum qualifying marks candidates must secure to qualify for the next round. Candidates can check the cut-off online on the respective institutes’ web portals.
The NEST 2023 cut-off marks include the sectional and overall cut-off marks obtained by a candidate in the entrance examination. Candidates who do not meet the cut-off will not be allowed to participate in the counselling session. Read the complete article to know more about the cut-off for NEST 2023.
– NEST 2023 Registration started on February 27; the last date to complete the application form is May 17, 2023.
– NEST 2023 Exam Dates are released on the official website. The exam will be conducted on June 24, 2023.
– Candidates can download NEST Admit Card from June 12 till the exam date.
– NEST 2023 Results will be announced on July 10, 2023.
The authorities release the cut-off after the release of the result. Here is a table of dates for candidates’ reference:
|NEST Cut-off Declaration 2023||July 2023|
|Emails Sent to Qualifying Candidates for the First Admission Round||July 2023|
|Last date for submission of Expression of Interest (EOI)||July 2023|
|Upload of Admission Queue||July 2023|
|Reporting for Document Verification||July 2023|
|Reporting for Final Admission Registration||August 2023|
|Classes Begin||August 2023|
There are several factors that directly or indirectly affect the cut-off of NEST. Here are some directly affecting factors for reference.
Candidates who have qualified the exam and meet the NEST 2023 cut-off released by the institutes will be allowed to participate in the counselling session. As the NEST 2023 Cut-off isn’t released yet, we will discuss the cut-off scores of previous years in this section.
The tables below provide the section-wise NEST 2022 cut-off for NISER Bhubaneswar and CEBS Mumbai for each section according to sections and categories.
To rank on the merit list, candidates must also score at or above MAP and SMAS. To prepare the NISER and CEBS merit lists, the MAP will be as follows:
|Category||NEST MAP Cut-off|
|General category||95 percentile|
|OBC category||90 percentile|
|SC/ ST/ Divyangjan||75 percentile|
After the release of cut-off, candidates who meet the cut-off participate in the counselling session. The authorities conduct the counselling session via online mode. The candidates must register on the respective websites to participate in the counselling session. They can check the scheduled date, venue and timings of the counselling through the official website. Aspirants are also asked to upload a few documents for document verification. Here is a list of documents required for the counselling.
Candidates who pass the counselling session will be part of the merit list released by the respective institutes. The NEST merit list is released on the official website of the two colleges. Candidates will check the merit list and take the printout to grab a seat in the seat allotment process at the end of admission. The merit list is prepared based on the scores obtained by the candidates in the NEST 2023. Here are the two methods by which the cut-off is prepared.
NEST 2020 Cut-off: Category-wise MAP
NEST 2018 Cut-off Rank: University of Mumbai CEBS
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Here are some frequently asked questions on NEST cut-off, and candidates can check the same to clear their doubts:
Ans: The NEST 2023 merit list will be released after the announcement of the results. The results will be announced on July 10, 2023.
Ans: Candidates who clear the cut-off must register for counselling and pay the admission fee within the scheduled time to claim their seats.
Ans: The Section-Wise Minimum Admissible Score or SMAS is the score calculated after taking the 20% average of the best 100 scores in a particular section.
Ans: NISER Bhubaneswar and UMDAE-CEBS conduct the NEST examination.
Ans: Factors which affect the NEST cut-off are the previous years’ cut-off trends, the number of applicants, the total number of seats, the difficulty level of the exam and the minimum marks secured.
We hope this information on NEST Cut-off has helped you.
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