NVS Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalayas Class VI 2022-2023 online admissions open


Looking for the 2022 admission notification for Class 6 JNV students? This article provides complete information about the Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya Selection Test (JNVST) for which it is mandatory to appear to seek admission to Class VI in Jawahar Navodya Vidyalayas (JNVs) for the academic session 2022-2023. Details of the age criterion, other eligibility requirements, syllabus for JNVST, where to get sample papers of JNVST, and the online application procedure have been provided.

Navodya Vidyalaya Samiti (NVS) has released the notification for admissions to Class VI in Jawahar Navodya Vidyalayas (JNVs) for the academic session 2022-2023. Admission will be on merit through a Selection Test called the Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya Selection Test (JNVST) that is scheduled for 30th April 2022. There are up to 80 seats for Class VI in each Vidyalaya. At least 75% of the seats in a district will be filled by students from the rural areas of the district, and the remaining from the urban areas of the district. A minimum of one-third of the total seats is for girls.

NVS JNV Class VI 2022-2023 Notification Banner
[Image source: print advt. in Indian Express, 25th Sept. 2021]

JNV Class VI admissions eligibility criteria

Age criterion: The date of birth of the child should be within the dates of 1st May 2009 to 30h April 2013.

Educational qualification: The child should be studying in Class V in the entire academic session of 2021-2022 in a Government school or a Government-aided school or a Government-recognized school in the same District where a JNV is functional and to which admission to Class VI is sought. The student who is studying a 'B' Certificate Competency Course of NIOS (that is, the National Institute of Open Schooling), in the same District where a JNV is functional and to which admission to Class VI is sought is also eligible to apply.

If the student has already passed Class VI or studied in class V in any previous academic session, he/she is not eligible to appear in the selection test. In the case of the NIOS certificate course, the school from which this is obtained should have accreditation of NIOS. The student should also have successfully completed Class V in the session 2021-22. Those who pass the NIOS 'B' certificate competency course on or before 30th September 2021 can also appear for the selection test, provided they are in the prescribed age group.

In case the student is applying for JNV admission under the rural quota, he/she should have studied and passed the previous Classes of III, IV, and V from a Govt./Govt. aided/recognized school, with a full academic session spent each year in a school located in a rural area. Even a few days of study at a school in an urban area will make the student ineligible to apply under this quota. A student who has not been promoted and admitted to Class V before 15th September 2021 cannot appear for the selection test.



Important points to note- The child selected on the basis of the Test will be admitted only in the JNV located in the district from where he/she is studying in Class V and appearing for the JNVST. Admission to any other JNV will strictly not be allowed. Secondly, as per the unique feature of the NVS education program, students of a JNV located in a Hindi-speaking State may have to be migrated to another JNV in a non-Hindi-speaking State, and vice-versa, for one academic year when going to Class IX. If the student or parents refuse to participate in the migration, then continuation in JNV will not be permitted.

Application procedure for JNV Class VI admissions

Parents have to register online (there is no registration or application fee) through the NVS admission portal. In case you are facing difficulties in accessing the link for registration at that site, then go directly to https://cbseitms.nic.in/. It is advisable for parents to read the prospectus before registration.

Fill up all the details of the online application form, as any part that is left incomplete may result in rejection of the application. Upload the required certificate of the child along with the photos and signatures of both, the child, and the parent/guardian. Each attachment should be in JPG format only, and the size between10-100 kb only. In the case of students from NIOS, they should obtain the 'B' certificate and must ensure that the place of residence is in the same district where admission is sought.

JNV Class VI admission entrance test

The question papers of the JNV Selection Test (JNVST) have been set by the CBSE Board. The student can appear for the test in any of the State-wise languages as given in the table below and the test booklet will be given to you in the language that you selected as the option in the online application form.

NVS JNVST Selection Test Medium of Instruction
[Image source: official Prospectus]

The test is of two hours duration from 11.30 am to 1.30 pm (no breaks), with a total of 100 marks for 80 objective type questions. An additional time of 40 minutes will be allowed for differently-abled students. There are three sections for the JNVST-
(i) Mental Ability: 40 questions, 50 marks, 60 minutes duration. The questions are based on figures and diagrams only, with ten parts having 4 questions each.

(ii) Arithmetic: 20 questions, 25 marks, 30 minutes duration. The questions include 15 topics, including the numeric system, fractional numbers, decimals, measurement concepts, percentage, profit & loss, simple interest, etc.

(iii) Language: 20 questions, 25 marks, 30 minutes duration. There are four passages. Students have to read each passage and answer the five questions that follow.

For every section, the student has to give the answers on the OMR (Optical Mark Recognition) answer sheet with a blue or black ballpoint pen (answering with pencils or pens with other colours is not allowed). 1.25 marks will be given for each correct answer, and there is no negative marking for an incorrect answer.

Note- Students must report well in advance as everyone should be in their seats by 11 a.m. and latecomers will not be allowed inside. Students are also not allowed to leave the center before the allotted time is completed, that is before 1.30 p.m.



What to do after the JNVST result

The marks obtained in the test will not be communicated to the students. There is also no provision for re-evaluation of the answer scripts or re-totalling of the marks. Results have to be checked at the official website and can also be known through the Display Boards at the Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya, and at the office of the District Education Officer or District Magistrate or Deputy Commissioner, NVS of the region. The Principal of the JNV will also inform the selected students through SMS on the registered mobile number, followed by an intimation by Speed Post.

At the JNV, when seeking actual admission, the student must produce all the relevant documents and certificates for verification, and, until admission, the selection is provisional only. It is advisable to apply for a Transfer Certificate (TC) from the parent school only after the verification of documents and confirmation of admission by the respective JNV.

The following are the documents required for verification -
  1. Proof for date of birth.

  2. Proofs for eligibility as per the conditions of NVS.

  3. If seeking admission under rural quota, a certificate from the competent authority to the effect that the child had studied in an institution/school located in a rural area.

  4. If seeking admission under the quota for a reserved category, the SC/ST/OBC certificate, as applicable. They should get the certificate on or before 30th March 2022.

  5. If seeking admission under the Divyang category (Orthopedically Handicapped, Hearing Impaired, and Visually Handicapped), a medical certificate in the appropriate format is signed by the Chief Medical Officer of the District.

  6. Candidates belonging to the transgender category will have to submit a certificate from the competent authority prescribed with regard to their gender (they will be included in the Boys category for reservation purposes, under various sub-categories, namely, rural, urban, OBC, SC, ST and Divyang.

  7. Residence Certificate in the prescribed proforma in case of NIOS studies only.

  8. Any other documents required.




Important dates

  • Last date to submit online applications: 30th November 2021.

  • JNV Selection Test date for 2022-23 admission to Class VI: 30th April 2022 (Saturday) at 11.30 a.m.

  • Result of JNV Selection Test 2022: June 2022 (tentative).


Contact information

Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti Headquarters,
B-15, Institutional Area,
Sector 62, Noida,
Uttar Pradesh-201307.
Ph: 0120 – 2405968/69/70/71/72/73.
Website: https://navodaya.gov.in/nvs/en/Home1.
The JNV 2022-23 Admission Prospectus is available in 20 languages at- https://cbseitms.nic.in/Language/Language
The JNVST Question Papers Booklet of the previous year can be obtained at- https://cbseitms.nic.in/PDF/J20ENGLISHRTestB00klet.pdf


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