Navodaya Result 2020
Saumya.Srivastava, 21 hours ago, #JNVST

Navodaya Result 2020: Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti (NVS) will declare the Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya Result 2020 for class 6 and 9. The result of NVS Selection Test 2020 for class 6 is expected to be announced by March 2020 and May 2020 for Phase I and phase II, respectively. Students can check their results online from the official website Jawahar Navodaya Result for Class 9 will be declared in the fourth week of March 2020. Navodaya 2020 Results can also be checked in the offline mode at the offices of JNV. The aspirants who are selected for the same are admitted into various JNVs. The exam conducting body selects approximately 4 thousand candidates for admission. Read this article to know the steps to download Navodaya result 2020 along with the procedure of admission and many more related queries below.
Latest: JNVST Class 6 admit card 2020 for phase 1 has been released on December 7, 2019. Download here.

Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya Selection Test for class 6 will be conducted on January 11, 2020, and April 11, 2020, for Phase I and Phase II on the individual basis. NVS is an annual pen and paper based exam for Navodaya Vidyalaya region wise admissions.

Navodaya Vidyalaya Result 2020 Dates

Check the important dates of Jawahar Navodaya results below:




JNVST Class 6

Exam Date for Phase I

January 11, 2020

Exam Date for Phase II

April 11, 2020

Result Date for Phase I

March, 2020

Result Date for Phase II

May, 2020

JNVST Class 9

Exam Date

Feb first week, 2020

Result declaration Date

March fourth week, 2020

Steps to download Navodaya Vidyalaya Class 6 results

Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti declares the NVS class 6 result in both online & offline mode. Follow the steps enumerated below to check Navodaya result 2020 for class 6 in the online mode.

  1. Click on the link mentioned above

  2. Download the PDF file of Navodaya Vidyalaya Result 2020 as per respective region.

  3. Further, candidates needs to search their name, roll number, date of birth in the list.

  4. The details must be checked and verified

  5. Download the NVS result and save it for the future.

Steps to check Navodaya result Class 9

Navodaya Vidyalaya Result 2020 is announced on the official website of NVS Follow the steps below to download NVS class 9 results.

  1. Click on the link given above to check Navodaya result 2020 for class 9.

  2. Enter students credentials in appropriate fields.

  3. Click on the button 'submit'.

  4. Result will appear on the screen.

  5. Check the details mentioned on the result card such as Name, date of birth, registration number and other details.

How to check Navodaya Result in the offline mode?

Candidates can check their NVS result 2020 in online and offline mode also. The Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya Result 2020 is also unveiled on the notice board of the offices of the concerned:

  • District Magistrate

  • District Education Officer

  • Deputy Commissioner, Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti of the Region.

  • Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya

Details mentioned in Navodaya Result

Below mentioned are the details that students need to fill while checking their result.

Details mentioned in NVS Class 6 result

  • Block code

  • Centre code

  • Name

  • Roll no.

  • Category

  • Gender

  • Area

  • Date of Birth

Details mentioned in NVS Class 9 result

  • State name

  • District name

  • Registration no.

  • Name of the candidate

  • Father’s name

Documents to keep ready before admission

Candidates need to submit the following documents at the time of admission. Go through the list of required documents, which needs to be submitted for admission for class 6 and class 9 in all JNVs.

  • Residence Certificate

  • Proofs for eligibility as per the conditions of NVS.

  • Proof for date of birth viz. Birth certificate

  • Caste/category certificate for SC, ST and OBC candidates

  • Disability certificate for a specially abled candidate

What after Navodaya Result?

After the declaration of the Jawahar Navodaya Result 2020, candidates are advised to follow the steps which are mentioned below

  • Download the forms which needs to be submitted for admission.

  • Fill in all the requisite details, recent passport size photo needs to be attached and all the other mandatory documents such as caste/category or any other specially abled certificates should be attached.

  • The form must be submitted to the school Principal within the time

  • As per NVS norms, the documents will be further verified by the school authority

  • Once the verification process is done, the admission of the deserving candidates are confirmed officially.

Reservation of Seats in NVS

The reservation criteria of Navodaya Vidyalaya admission 2020 is mentioned below:

  • 75% of the seats in a district are reserved for the rural area candidates.

  • For the candidates belonging to SC and ST category, the reservation is provided in proportion to their population. (15% for SC and 7.5 for ST).

  • The reservation of girls is one third of the total seats.

  • 3% seats are reserved for Differently abled candidates.

NVS Statistics of Candidates 2017-18

Navodaya also puts forth the statistical data of selected candidates after the declaration of JNVST result. The analysis of statistical data is enumerated below for NVS 2017-18


Class 6 Selected Candidates

Class 9 Selected Candidates

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NVS Statistics of Candidates 2018-19

Navodaya Vidyalaya Result was commenced in the total of 77 JNVs across the country. The statistical data of the year 2018-19 is tabulated below.

Candidates selected in Class VI

Candidates selected in Class IX



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What is the Pass mark for each subject in JNVST entrance examination?

Halry Bhalodia 7th Dec, 2019

Hello Aspirant,

As the result for the exams are not declared i can just give you the previous years cutoff and the expected cutoff:

JNVST Previous Year Cut off marks for class 6 th

Category of the category Previous year cut off marks
General 71-76
Other Backward Class (OBC) 69-70
Schedule Caste (SC) 60-68
Schedule Tribe (ST) 52-59

NVS Previous Year Cut off marks for class 9 th

Category of the category Previous year cut off marks
General 70- 75
Other Backward Class (OBC) 60- 68
Schedule Caste (SC) 55- 60
Schedule Tribe (ST) 52- 58

JNVST 2020 Expected Cut-off Marks

For class VI

Category of the category Expected cut off marks
General 75-80
Other Backward Class (OBC) 70-75
Schedule Caste (SC) 66-70
Schedule Tribe (ST) 60-66

For class IX

Category of the category Expected cut off marks
General 72- 77
Other Backward Class (OBC) 61- 70
Schedule Caste (SC) 57- 60
Schedule Tribe (ST) 52- 59

I hoped it helped you .


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Jnvst admit card Adarsh Maurya

Jayasurya K 1st Dec, 2019

Hi Anil Maurya,

Can you please mention your registration number and date of birth so that we could provide you your admit card?



Payal 10th Nov, 2019

Hii aspirants

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

Good luck


sir please tell me I am student of class ninth and my age is 13 year I want to read again ninth class. I am aligible of filling form of ninth class or not.

Ayshi Ghosh Student Expert 9th Nov, 2019


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!


which book best for jnv entrance exam for class9th ..

Rehan Alam Student Expert 25th Oct, 2019

Dear aspirant

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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