JNVST Result 2020 Class 6, 9, & 11: NVS selection list of Class VI Phase II (2020) (Winter Bound JNVS) is released for Shillong, Lucknow, Patna, Chandigarh on 28th November 2020 which was held on 7th Nov 2020. Earlier, JNVST Phase-I Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya Selection Test class 6 was held on January 11th 2020, and class 9th held on February 8, 2020. JNVST result 2020 6th and 9th class were already released on 19th June 2020, Friday. Students who appeared in the Class 6th Phase II examination can download their select list from link shared below.
Update: Selection list of Class VI Phase II (2020) (Winter Bound JNVS) for Shillong, Lucknow, Patna, Chandigarh is now available and the link to check the list is shared below.
Earlier, JNVST Class 6 phase 2 exam was Postponed due to lockdown but later on, its exam has been re-scheduled and successfully conducted at various centers on 7th Nov 2020.
- 1 JNVST Result 2020 Class 6, 9 date and time
- 2 How to get Navodaya result 2020 Class 6 and 9 online?
- 3 JNVST Region Wise Result 2020
- 4 JNVST Cut off marks 2020
JNVST Result 2020 Class 6, 9 date and time
The Navodaya Samiti has initially conducted the Phase-I Selection test for some state and the remaining states will be cover in the Phase-II of JNVST examination, which was held on rescheduled dates which are 7th Nov 2020
NVS samiti already declared its phase I exam result on 9th June and now the result for phase II has also been declared on 28th Nov 2020.
have a look at some important event related to JNVST result Class 9th and 6th which we had provided below:
- JNVST Class 6 Phase-I Examination date: 11th of January 2020
- JNVST Class 6 Phase-I result: June 19th, 2020
- JNVST Class 9 Result: June 19th 2020
- JNVST Phase-II Examination date:
11th of April 20207th Nov 2020
- JNVST Phase II result date: 28th Nov 2020
- JNVST class 11th lateral entry result: Available now
- Official website: https://navodaya.gov.in
Overview of JNVST exam 2020 Details
|Name of the Exam||Jawaharlal Navodaya Vidhyalaya Selection Test (JNVST) 2020|
|Article Category||Navodaya Entrance Exam Result|
|Conducting Authority||Navodaya Vidhyalaya Samiti (NVS)|
|Type of examination||National level entrance exam|
|Classes||Class 6th, 9th & 11th|
|Conduct of JNVST 6th entrance exam||1st Phase- 11 Jan 2020|
|JNVST Class 9 Dates||Exam Date February 8, 2020 (Conducted)|
Exam Date for Mungeshpur and Jafarpurkalan
February 22, 2020 (Conducted)
|Declaration of Jnvst result||Class 6 – June 19th, 2020|
Class 9 – June 19th, 2020
Class 6th Phase II 28th Nov 2020
|Mode of publication of JNVST result||Online|
|Selection List of Candidates (Winter Bound JNVs for JNVST-2020)||Download Here|
|Selection Test (Class VI) 2020 Result (Summer Bound JNVS)||Check Here|
|Lateral Entry Selection Test (Class IX) state-wise 2020 Result||Check Here|
|JNVST Result will be displayed in the offices of||NVSHQ.org & navodaya.gov.in|
Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya
District Education Officer
District Magistrate (DM)
Deputy Commissioner, NVS
The principal of the Navodaya schools
Why selection in JNVST is so tough?
The Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti (JNVS) is so popular among the parents and students of India that’s why every year lakhs of candidates registered themself for the entrance test
Below we have provided some data from the previous session:
In previous session 2777504 students have been registered for the examination. Out of which, 1994662 candidates have appeared in the examination and after having a huge number of appearances in the examination only 46,400 candidates have been selected for admission in class VI.
The number of JNVST at that time is 630 only. So from this, you may get to know how tough t is for the students to qualify JNVST Examination. Only those will be shortlisted who perform exceptionally well on the given day.
Have a look at the selection of a candidate in previous years
|JNVST Navodaya class 6 result 2019||Phase 1 – 19th June 2020|
Phase II: 28th Nov 2020
|Common Navodaya class 9 result 2019||19th June, 2020|
|Navodaya class 11 result 2019||Not yet released|
As the samiti has decided that a maximum of 80 students will grant admission in class VI of each Vidyalaya across India who qualifies the selection test but…
If the samiti lacks the accommodation in the school or some other reason than samiti will reduce the seats to 40 from 80.
If you are one of the candidates who got shortlisted among thousands of candidates then the principal of the Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti will intimate you through the SMS on their registered mobile number and also via speed post.
You can also access JNVST phase-I result in the website of the Vidyalaya Samiti which is www.navodaya.gov.in or in the concerned offices of:
- Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya
- District Education Officer
- District Magistrate
- Deputy Commissioner, Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti of the region
JNVST Result: What after if I got selected in phase 1
When the samiti unfold the result of the candidates of Phase-I then…
After that, they will give you a time and date on which you have to submit all the relevant documents as mentioned in the notification or requirement for the admission and must remember all documents should be original.
If you belong to the reservation category and got selected in the examination then you must produce your certificate of reservation at the time of admission and the reservation certificate must be obtained before the 30th of March for the year of seeking admission (means you must get your certificate on or before of 30th March 2020)
If you are from Divyang Category and if selected in the examination then you must produce a medical certificate which should be signed by the medical officer of the district concerned.
Candidates who belong to the transgender category must submit a certificate from the competent authority in regards to the gender category. However, there is no provision of reservation for the transgender category
Until you have got confirmation of admission from the samiti till then do not think that you have secured your admission when you got the confirmation from the samiti then only you may apply for transfer certificate (TC) from the school you have studied last. On Mere selected in the test doesn’t give any right to any candidates to secure admission in the school.
Samiti will not disclose the marks of the candidates whether he/ she is been selected or not. As the result of JNVST gone through the extreme test condition so…
Samiti has not given any provision to anyone for re-valuation or re-totaling of marks
If you are selected for admission then you will be admitted to the JNV located to your district where you have studied class V and appearing for JNVST. No such request for school change will be entertained by the samiti in any circumstances. And in case of any dispute, the decision of the samiti will be final
Information mentioned on the JNVST Result 2020
JNVST result is generally published as the selection list of candidates who have qualified the exam and are eligible for admission. Following are the particulars that JNVST 2020 result sheet will indicate-
- Name of the selected candidate
- Roll number
- Date of Birth
- Name of the state of the candidates
- Date of the exam
- Category of the candidate
- Area (Urban/Rural)
- Other relevant information
Aforementioned above that you can check your result on the official website of the samiti so below we have given some steps so that you may get your result easily
- First of all, you need to visit the samiti website which is
- Now on the home page, you will get a result link in the important section OR
- You may also scroll down to the student’s corner and select JNV result
- On click, you will be moved to the new page and on this…
- You have to enter the details as required and press submit
- Now your Navodaya Class 6 result will appear to your screen
- If you got selected it will show congratulation
- Do check all the details carefully
- Save it and must take a print out of it for future reference
List of state participated in JNVST phase-I Examination 2020
JNVST Region Wise Result 2020
Check below district wise navodaya result 2020; Not yet released
|Regions||States and UTs covered along with the no. of JNVs||JNVST result PDF links|
|Bhopal||Madhya Pradesh (53), Chhattisgarh (28), Orissa (31)|
|Chandigarh||Himachal Pradesh (12), Chandigarh UT(1), Punjab (23), Jammu and Kashmir (23)|
|Hyderabad||Andhra Pradesh (15), Kerala (14), Karnataka (31), Tamilnadu(9), Telangana (9), Andaman and Nicobar UT (3), Pudducherry UT(4), Lakshadweep UT (1)|
|Jaipur||Delhi(9), Haryana (21), Rajasthan(35)|
|Lucknow||Uttarakhand (13), Uttar Pradesh (76)|
|Pune||Dadar & Nagar Haveli UT (1), Daman & Dui UT(2), Gujarat (34), Goa (2), Maharashtra (34)|
|Patna||Bihar (39), Jharkhand (26), West Bengal (20)|
|Shillong||Assam (28), Arunachal Pradesh (18), Tripura (8), Meghalaya (12), Mizoram (8), Nagaland (11), Sikkim (4), Manipur (11)|
On the basis of the state or UTs to candidates belong, they can identify their zone and click on the respective result link to access the selection list.
*PDF links will be updated soon after the release of result on official website of NVS.
JNVST Cut off marks 2020
Cut-off marks play an important role in every entrance exam as it helps in preparing the result and selection list of the candidates. Cut-off marks are the minimum qualifying marks and depends on various factors like no of candidates, no of seats, level of difficulty of questions paper, etc. As various factors are responsible for deciding a cut-off marks, every year the it changes for JNVST exam.
NVS decides cut-off marks by analysing all these factors every year. However, Samiti has not revealed JNVST 2020 cut-off marks for any class. Considering all these factors of the current year, we have prepared an expected JNVST cut-off marks for the current year. The category-wise cut-off marks are as follows-
|Category||Expected Cut-off marks|
|Schedule Caste (SC)||63%|
|Schedule Tribe (ST)||58%|
|Other Backward Caste (OBC)||69%|
The aforementioned cut-off marks are based on expectations and therefore official cut-off marks may vary from the given one.
JNVST Result Reservation 2020
Selection list of the candidates will be prepared on the basis of merit of candidates in the selection test, number of seats, and reservation criteria. Category-wise reservation criterion is one of the important factor behind the preparation of JNVST result.
Candidates can check the reservation rules shared below for each category of the candidates-
- The 75% of the seats in a district will be filled by the candidates who were selected under the rural quota and
- The remaining seats will be filled by the urban areas students
- One-third of the total seats will be filled by the girls
- SC: 15%
- ST: 7.5%
- Reservation for Divyang students as per the norms of Gov. of India
JNVST Class VI strength Region wise
Below we have given then a list of strength of student in class VI region-wise (as on 31-03-2019)
The number of students rolls in for JNVST (as on 31-03-2019)
List of JNV across India
Below we have given the list of Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya in state and UTs of India
Currently, there are a total of 661 JNV out of which 638 are active
JNVST Post Result Activity
After the announcement of the Navodaya result District-wise, candidates have to report to the Navodaya Vidhyalaya they have applied for. The JNVST selection list will also be displayed on the notice boards of all the Jawahar Navodaya Vidhayalas. Candidates might be intimated about the admission through respective schools via post or phone calls.
Selected candidates have to report to the respective schools with their parents/guardians within the stipulated time. They are required to carry all the educational certificates, personal certificates such as date of birth, caste, and category certificate (if applicable) and other documents with them to the school on the day of admission. The information regarding the requirement of documents and certificates will be communicated to the students by the concerned school after JNVST result. After completing all the admission formalities seats will be allotted to the candidates.
After the completion of admission, if any seat remains vacant then the candidates in the waitlist will be invited to fill the vacant seats.
NVS admission Document required
If you are one of those who thought that he/ she has secured his/ her place for the admission then you must make a list of documents because it will be required in the process of admission.
Here is the list of documents:
- Date of birth proof
- Documents related to the eligibility as per rules of NVS
- Those applying under the rural quota must submit a certificate from a competent authority that you have studied in an institution which was located in the rural areas
- Residence certificate (for NIOS students only)
- And other documents
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