JNVST Class 9 Admission 2020- The Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti has released the JNVST Class 9th Admission test notification on October 24, 2019. The last date to apply for the JNVST Class 9 admission test is December 10, 2019. JNVST Class 9 Admission 2020 has been commenced online for admission in 636 Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalayas located at 28 States and 07 UTs. Candidates studying in class VIII during 2019-2020 in a Govt./Govt. recognized schools are eligible for JNVST class 9 admission 2020. The JNVST Class IX admission test will be held on February 8, 2020 (between 10 am to 12:30 pm). JNVST Class 9 Admission exam is conducted in two English/Hindi medium to test candidates’ knowledge of English, Hindi, Maths, and Science. Only the successful applicants will be able to appear in the Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya Selection Test for Class 9th. Hence, read the article for more information about Navodaya exam date 2020 class 9, application form, admit card, exam centres, syllabus, and exam pattern.
Note: Click Here to Apply for Phase 1 registration 2020.
Download Here the JNVST Class 9 Admission 2020 Notification.
Students can check a brief overview of the Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya Selection Test for Class 9th in the given section.
JNVST Class 9 Admission Highlights
Name of Exam
Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya Selection Test
Commonly known as
Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti
Pen and paper
2 and half hours
Below students can check all important dates of JNVST Class 9 admission 2020 to track the events timely. It is advised to not miss any JNVST admission event such as the last date to submit to reduce the chances of hassles-
JNVST 9th Admission Dates
JNVST class 9 admission application form starts
October 24, 2019
Deadline to Submit JNVST forms
December 10, 2019
JNVST Class 9 Admit card date
1st week of January 2020
JNV Selection Test 2020 for Class 9th
February 8, 2020
JNVST Result 2020 for Class 9th
4th week of March 2020
Students must check the eligibility criteria for the JNVST Class 9 Admission before filling the online forms. The applications of ineligible candidates will be canceled without any intimation.
Only those candidates who studied in class VIII during the academic session 2019-20 of the district where Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya is functioning can appear for the JNVST Class 9 admission 2020.
Students must have qualified class VIII from a Govt./Govt. recognized school.
The age of candidates must be between 11 to 15 years i.e they should be born between May 1, 2004 and April 30, 2008. There will be no age relaxation for reserved or minority categories.
Students or their parents can apply for JNVST Class 9 Admission 2020 online from October 24, 2019. The JNVST Class 9 registration last date is December 10, 2019. After filling the form, applicants are suggested to keep a copy of the submitted JNVST Class 9 admission form. Follow the steps below to fill JNV class 9 admission form 2020
Steps to Apply for JNVST Class 9 Admission 2020
Step 1: Click here to register and fill the JNVST class 9 admission form.
Step 2: Candidates have to enter the basic details and upload the passport size photo. The size of the photo should range between 10Kb to 10KB.
Step 3: Fill all the academic details in appropriate fields.
Step 4: They also have to upload their signature and parents signature (size should be between 10 KB to 100 KB).
Step 5: After filling the details, candidates must preview their application form to cross-check the information before submitting it.
NVS releases the admit card for JNVST Class 9 exam in the online mode. Candidates who will submit the completely filled Navodaya Vidyalaya admission forms on time will be able to download the admit card. JNVST Class 9 admit card is an important document that students must bring to the examination hall. The admit card will contain the name of the candidates, roll number, exam centre address and more.
The duration of the JNV class 9 exam is of 2 and a half hours.
The exam timing is from 10:00 AM to 12:30 PM.
Students with special needs can avail a provision of extra time of 30 minutes.
The exam paper medium will be English and Hindi.
There is no provision of negative marking.
The test consists of subjects- Mathematics, General Science, English and Hindi.
The difficulty level of the test paper will be similar to class VIII.
Check the subject-wise distribution of marks in the given table-
While filling the JNVST Class 9th Admission form, candidates have to mention their state and district. The exam authority will select the nearest exam centre as per the availability. Students can check the complete address of the JNVST exam centre in the admit card. NVS will not entertain any change in the exam centre.
For better preparation, students must have knowledge of the complete syllabus and type of question asked in the JNVST admission test 2020. The questions will be asked from English, Hindi, Maths and Science.
JNVST Syllabus for Class 9 Test
Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti does not release the JNV Selection test 2020 answer key for class 9. However, some a few coaching institutes or online portals might release answer keys online. With the help of the JNVST Class 9th answer key, candidates can check the right answers to all the questions asked in the exam.
Navodya Vidhayala Samiti will announce the JNVST Class 9th admission result in the online mode. The result will be declared in the form of a pdf file in the 3rd week of March 2020. After the result declaration, selected candidates have to visit the provided centre for document verification. Selected candidates will also be informed about the JNVST Result 2020 by the concerned Principal through SMS on registered phone number followed by speed post.
The candidates’ selection will be made on the basis of their performance in the JNVST 2020 exam and document verification. Below the list of required documents is provided-
According to Navodaya Vidyalaya scheme, there are 660 schools, of which 630 is functioning. The Vidyalayas are situated in 28 states and 7 Union Territories. The state-wise distribution of JNVs is given below:
J & K
Andaman and Nicobar
Daman and Diu
Dadra and Nagar Haveli
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As the result for the exams are not declared i can just give you the previous years cutoff and the expected cutoff:
I hoped it helped you .
Hi Anil Maurya,
Can you please mention your registration number and date of birth so that we could provide you your admit card?
let me clear your doubt.
There are various sites available online through which youwcan download free sample paper for class 9 or you can buy sample paper of arihant or xam idea for preparation. There two books is quite good. And it will be definately help for you.
I hope my answer will be helpful for you
If you want to repeat your 9th standard, it's fully possible. You just need to talk to your school authorities. You have all rights of a repetition. Also, you need to provide a valid reason like poor academics or health, to be able to repeat. Good luck!
If you are in 8th class now, and studied everything very well in previous classes, there is no need to worry. U will pass.
In case you didn't study enough in recent years, just buy any book ( Upkar is well known, or Arihant). check the syllabus and the type or pattern of questions in last year test (mock tests). Then prepare the topics from regular books or the books you used to read in school. After clearing every topic , do practice and practice only. You have enough time from now.
Moreover, you could also look for NCERT textbooks of class 8th. They'll help you out.
All The Best.
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