NEST Result 2019 declared: National Entrance Screening Test announces result; check your score at nestexam.in
NEST Result 2019 | The National Entrance Screening Test (NEST) result 2019 has declared the result for NEST 2019 on its official website nestexam.in
Once the results are declared, candidates can visit the official website of NEST — nestexam.in
The NEST 2019 examination was conducted in two sessions on 1 June
NEST Result 2019 | The National Entrance Screening Test (NEST) result 2019 has declared the result for NEST 2019 examination. Candidates can visit the official website of NEST — nestexam.in — to check and download their results.
Here is how to check NEST 2019 result:
Step 1: Go to the official website of NEST — nestexam.in
Step 2. On the homepage, click on the link which reads 'NEST 2019 result'
Step 3. It will direct to a new landing page for results
Step 4. Enter your NEST roll number and date of birth
Step 5. Click on the login button
Step 6. Your NEST 2019 result will be displayed on the screen
Step 7. Take a print out of your NEST 2019 result for future reference
The NEST 2019 examination was conducted in two sessions on 1 June.
The result was expected to be declared on Monday, 17 June, however, due to some technical reasons NEST 2019 result declaration date was postponed. As per the new schedule, the result was expected be declared today by 5 pm.
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