NVSE Opens Class 6 Admission Registration Form Correction Window
The Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti (NVS) has officially opened the window for correcting class 6 admission registration forms today, September 1. This opportunity is available on the official website, navodaya.gov.in. Students who have applied for the Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya Selection Test (JNVST) 2024 can make edits to their forms until tomorrow, September 2.
“The correction window for making modifications in online application forms by registered candidates for class VI JNVST 2024 in the fields GENDER, CATEGORY (GENERAL/OBC/SC/ST), AREA (RURAL/URBAN), DISABILITY, and MEDIUM OF EXAMINATION is open from 01 September to 02 September, 2024,”
– Official Notice
Two-Stage Test for Class 6 Admissions
The JNVST 2024 test for class 6 admissions is divided into two stages. The first test will be administered on November 4 at 11:30 AM, while the second test will be conducted in the remaining Indian states on January 20 at 11:30 AM.
How to Edit Your JNVST 2024 Class 6 Application Form
- Visit the official website: navodaya.gov.in
- Select the NVS class 6 registration correction link on the website.
- Edit the necessary particulars in your application form.
- Submit the updated JNVST application form.
- Save a printout of the confirmation page and download it for your future records.
The examination will take place at various locations, including:
- Jammu and Kashmir
- Dibang Valley, and Tawang in Arunachal Pradesh
- Chamba, Kinnaur, Sirmour, Kullu, Lahaul and Spiti, and Shimla in Himachal Pradesh
- Darjeeling in West Bengal
- Leh and Kargil in Ladakh
About Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya
Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya offers free residential schooling to students from classes 6 to 12. There are 649 NVS schools situated in 27 states and 8 union territories in India. To be eligible for the JNVST 2024, candidates must have completed class 5 in the academic year 2023–2024.
The selection test is conducted in two stages. The first stage is a written test, which consists of two parts. Part 1 includes questions related to mathematics, science, and social studies, while Part 2 assesses the student’s English language capabilities. Those who clear the written exam are invited for a personal interview round, which aims to evaluate the student’s overall personality, academic performance, and social skills.
The written exam is a two-hour test comprising 80 questions and carrying a total of 100 marks.