The Jawahar Novodaya Vidyalaya Samiti (JNVST) is doing an excellent job in the educational field. It is well-known for its powerful culture component, awareness of an environment, adventurous activities, inculcation of values, and physical education. All of them are offered to the most talented kids from rural areas. JNVST is available in all states of the nation. The students must qualify in their entrance examination to get admission in 6th class.
The JNV management can conduct this national level examination in February month every year. Luckily, students can acquire lateral entry in the 9th class by cleaning another entrance examination. It is highly advised for learners to check vital details regarding the JNVST 2020 by visiting the official website. It shares you precise information regarding application form, exam pattern, admission dates, eligibility criteria, admit card, syllabus, important dates, and much more.
|Events||Exam Date of 6th Class||Exam Date of 9th Class|
|Submission date of JNVST Application form 2020||1st July 2019||24th October 2019|
|Application Form due date||15th September 2019||10th December 2019|
|Release date of Admit Card for Phase 1||1st December 2019||1st week of January|
|Test date of JNVST exam 2020 phase 1||11th January 2020||8th February 2020|
|Release date of Admit Card for Phase 2||1st March 2020||March 1st week|
|Test date of JNVST exam 2020 phase 2||11th March 2020||March 2nd week|
Eligibility Criteria of Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalayas 2020:
The students who want to get admission in JNV must meet the eligibility criteria prescribed by the admission board. The students must have pursued their 5th class in primary school of the particular district.
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Jawahar Novodaya Vidyalaya admission form 2020
The board has released the application form of JNVST 2020 on 1st July 2019. You can submit the application form through online link. It is equally important to download the required prospects to be aware of the information related to registration.
- You can go to the official portal where you can click on the respected link to get the application.
- It is mandatory to enter all details like qualification, address, personal details and much more in the application form.
- You can upload the signature and photography with your application form
- There is no fee to submit your application
- You can fill out every field with care because the authority will strictly verify the eligibility of candidates later
- Finally you can submit your application form
- Take the printout copy of your form for further needs
- The exam paper includes totally 100 questions.
- There is 1 mark awarded for every question.
- The questions contain Maths, Hindi and mental aptitude.
- You should score maximum marks to become qualified in the entrance test.
- It is because the overall admission procedure is based on your secured marks.
- JNVST exam 2020 does not include any negative marks.
- There are 80 seats available in Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya.
Here is the distribution of questions and marks as follow:
|Section||Total Questions||Marks||Exam Duration|
|General Mental Aptitude||50||50||60 Minutes|
|Language Test||25||25||30 Minutes|
The JNVST 2020 covers three major topics including Arithmetic, Mental ability and the language of 5th Class level.
|Mental Ability||Arithmetic Section||Language Section|
|Odd-Man Out Figure Matching Figure Series Completion Punched Hold Pattern (Folding/Unfolding) Pattern Completion Space Visualization Geometrical Figure Completion (Square, Triangle, Circle) Analogy Mirror Imaging Embedded Visualization||Number & numeric system Fractional number & 4 fundamental operations 4 fundamental operations on whole number Factors & multiple including their properties Distance, time and speed Simplification of Numerical Expressions Percentage & its applications Approximation of expressions LCM and HCF of numbers Conversion of fractions to Decimals & vice-versa Decimals & fundamental operations on them Applications of number in measure length, mass, capacity, time, money etc Simple interest Profit and loss Perimeter, area and volume||Reading Comprehension & Grammar|
The entrance test is conducted in roughly twenty-one different languages. The candidates are allowed to choose their preferred languages while filling their application form. You can write the entrance test in English, Urdu, Hindi, Marathi, Malayalam, Gujarati, Oriya, Nepali, Manipuri, Kanada, Sindhi (Devanagari), Sindhi (Arabic), Telegu, Tamil, Bengal, Khasi, Mizo, Bodo, Garo, Assamese or Punjabi.
JNVST 2020 Admit Card:
The admit card of the JNVST exam 2020 will be released by the board of Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti based on the fixed date. If you are registered for the entrance examination, you can get the admit card easily from any service center.
You must pay the amount of Rs. 10/- at the chosen service center for acquiring your admit card. If you fail to receive the admit card seven days before the examination date, you can quickly contact the officials through the phone. If you want to download the hall ticket online, you can follow these steps.
- The first step is to visit the official portal of NVS which is nvsadmissionclasssix.in
- Here, you can find the direct admit card link and click on it
- After that, you can enter both the registration number as well as password
- You can enter the captcha code
- You can click on the login button
- Finally, the admit card of JNVST 2020 for your 6th class will display on the screen
- You can download it and take the print out for your future use
JNVST exam 2020 results
The JNVST exam result 2020 will be released, possibly in May. There is a convenient facility available for students to acquire their results. You can visit different offices of District Magistrate, Deputy Commissioner and District Education Officer, Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya, and the Navodaya Vidyalaya of a specific region. Luckily, the respective principal also gives the information to the qualified students through the post.
If you are qualified in the entrance examination, you are invited to the selection procedure. The admission of students will be entirely based on the score grabbed in the entrance examination. If the test is completed, you are required to submit the following documents, including
- Educational Certificates
- Domicile Certificate
- Birth Certificate