Entrance Exam 2018
Jawahar Navodaya Vidhyalayas are great schools that cater to the gifted students of India. They are run by the NVS (Navodaya Vidhyalaya Samiti) that is an autonomous body under the Ministry of Human Resources and Development. Entrance Exam 2018 of Each JNV has provisions for full-fledged campus with classrooms, dormitories, playgrounds and other infrastructural facilities. They produce alumni in almost all fields including doctors, engineers, Civil servants, etc. JNVs are co-educational and fully residential schools affiliated to C.B.S.E. with class from VI to XII. Their main objective is to find talented children from rural India and provide them with education that is equivalent to the best residential schools.
With a vision to bring out the best of rural talent, JNVs began their unique experiment which is unparalleled in the chronicles of school education in India as well as elsewhere. They are focused on their objective of doing all such things that are considered necessary and conducive to the attainment of all objects of the society.
The aim of JNVs is to develop competencies among students in both, scholastic and non-scholastic areas of learning leading to effective personality development of each student. They use innovative teaching process, optimum use of library and laboratories, use of ICT in classrooms, counselling and motivational sessions. Moreover, JNVs teach three languages –English, Hindi and Regional language.
For admissions to JNVs, a student needs to pass the Jawahar Navodaya Vidhyalaya Selection Test (JNVST). This test for class VI is conducted all over India to select 80 most praiseworthy students for each JNV. It is conducted every year in three phases. Students can apply only once during their class V. Moreover, to fill up the vacant seats in Class IX if any, a selection test is conducted for the same. The total number of vacant seats available in each JNV is notified in the local newspapers by the particular JNV every year.
- Only that students who have studied in Class VIII in one of the Government recognized schools in the district in which the JNV is running can seek admission for Class IX.
- A student seeking admission must be between the age group of 13-16 on May, 01 of the year of admission.
Exam pattern for Class VI admission
|Mental Ability||60 minutes||50%|
|Regional Language||30 minutes||25%|
Exam pattern for Class IX Admission
Therefore, for this exam a candidate also needs to give importance to his/her regional language while preparing for the test.
There is very high competition for JNV judging from the number of candidates that apply for it every year. Due to rising competition, the JNVST has become more competitive. Therefore, a candidate must constantly practice the topics of the exam.
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