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National Initiative on Undergraduate Science (NIUS) is conducting NIUS (Physics) Program, 2017 to undergraduate students in Physics by providing nurture and guidance.

Eligibility criteria:

  • Candidates applying for NIUS (Physics) Program, 2017 must be first-year undergraduate students studying one of the following degrees:
    • 3rd year BSc/BSc(H) with Physics as one of the subject.
    • 4th year BS/BTech/BE in Physics/Applied Physics/Engineering Physics
    • 5th year MS/MSc (Integrated) with Physics as one of the subject.
    • 4th or 5th year BTech/BE any Branch of Engineering/Technology
  • Applicants must have secured a minimum of 55% marks in their Class X and Class XII examination to be eligible.
  • Five best performers of  IAPT – National Graduate Physics Examination 2017 who are first year  B Sc/B Sc (H) students will also be selected for  NIUS (Physics) Program, 2017.

Documents required:

Applicants are required to submit an application form (or equivalent on plain paper, duly filled) along with the following documents:

  • Essay of 250 words describing their interests and expectations from NIUS (Physics) Program, 2017.
  • copies of Std. X and Std. XII mark sheets that are self-attested.
  • Two confidential assessment forms that are duly filled from teachers whom they have interacted for past two years.The forms are to be sent in individually signed (by teachers) and sealed envelopes.
  • Bonafide certificate of affiliation confirming applicant is a first-year student.
  • Two envelopes of size 10 cm × 25 cm that are self-addressed (without stamps).

Updated on: 11 Feb, 2017

Source : The National Initiative on Undergraduate Science (NIUS)
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