Navodaya NVS 6th Class Entrance Test Result or JNV Selection Test Result 2021 expected to be released in June at JNVST Official website: NACS – Navodaya Admission Class Six. The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on 16-05-2021 concluded the second phase of the winter bound Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya Selection Test.
This year, a total of 1,16,679 candidates appeared in the JNVST entrance exam at 579 centres spread across the country. JNVST is of non-verbal nature, class-neutral and is designed to ensure that talented children from rural areas are able to compete without facing any disadvantage.
It is designed and conducted by the CBSE as part of institutional agreement between the CBSE and the Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti (an autonomous organisation under the MHRD, Govt. of India). JNVST is a pen-paper OMR based assessment leading to admission in class 6th in JNVs.
The JNVST Results 2020 is expected to be released. Whoever, The students, who wrote the entrance exam are awaiting their results.
Over 30 lakh students appeared in Class 6 Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalayas Selection Test that was conducted on the notified date. The Navodaya Vidyalaya will conduct the second phase examination on the notified date, following which the results will be declared in May according to the JNV exam cell.
The Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti (NVS) will release the result for the Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya Selection Test (JNVST) for admission to classes 6 and 9, the minister of Human Resource Development (HRD) informed through a tweet.
Over 30 lakh students appeared for the selection test for the class 6 admissions in April. The result was to be announced in May, however, was delayed due to the coronavirus.
The JNVST Results of the Class 6 entrance examination will be released in the month of May, like every year,” the official mentioned. Last year, the result was declared on May 26.
Once published, the students who had appeared in the entrance examination can check the results through the official website of the Navodaya Vidyalaya – navodaya.gov.in
How to Check JNV Selection Test Results of class 6 Navodaya Entrance Exam?
- Appeared JNVST Students, can log on to the official website – navodaya.gov.in
- In this home page, Click on the JNVST 2021 Result link
- Results checking web page will appear.
- In this new page, enter registration number, roll number
- Results will appear on your screen.
- Download and take a print out for further reference.
On the basis of the marks scored, the students will be shortlisted and their documents will be cross-checked. Besides the good score, the validity of the documents also matters during the selection of the student. There are around 626 JNV schools functioning all over the country.
Documents needed for Verification after the announcement of JNVST Results:
a. Age certificate.
b. Caste certificate.
c. Domicile certificate.
d. Residential certificate.
e. submitted Online application form or NVS Admit Card.
f. Eligibility certificate.
g. School passing certificate.
h. Physical fitness certificate.
i. Migration certificate (school).
Every year the test Navodaya 6th Class Entrance Test Results are released on the website itself. As soon as the JNV Selection test results are released, Students receive an SMS to check the results from the web portal.
JNVST candidates can log in at NVS website using their Navodaya Entrance Exam Registration number and password. NVS Entrance Exam details can also be obtained from its website. NVS had conducted the JNVST Class 6 Entrance exam 2021 for more than 600 Navodaya Vidyalayas admissions across the country on 16-05-2021.
About Navodaya Vidyalaya: Navodaya Vidyalaya was established with the vision of giving opportunity for progress to all the students with special talent or aptitude.
The objective of Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti is to establish, maintain control and manage schools. To provide good quality modern education including a strong component of culture inculcation of values, awareness of the environment, adventure activities and physical education to the talented children especially from rural areas without regards of their family’s socio-economic condition.