JAWAHAR NAVODAYA VIDYALAYA

WASILPUR, ARWAL

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Admission:

      Only the candidates from the district where the Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya has been opened are eligible to apply for admission. A candidates for the selection test must be studying in Class - V for the whole of the academic session 2010 - 2011 in a Government aided or other recognized School or School under scheme of " Sarve Shiksha Abhiyan " or "B" certificate competency course of National Institute of Open Schooling in the same district where he/she is seeking admission. A School will be deemed recognized if it is declared so by the Government or by any other agency authorized on behalf of Government. The School under " Sarve Shiksha Abhiyan " are to be sponsored by Govt. or Govt. authorized agencies.

           A candidate seeking admission through JNVST 2012 must not have been born 01-05-1999 and after 30-04-2003. This will apply to candidates of all categories, including those who belong to the Schedule Castes (SCs) and Schedule Tribes (STs). A candidates claiming admission from rural quota must have studied and passed classes III, IV and V from a Govt./ recognized School in the session 2008-09, 2009-2010 and 2010-2011 respectively spending one full academic session each year in a rural area. At least 75% of the seats in a District will be filled by candidates selected from rural areas and the remaining seats will filled from the urban areas of the District.     

 

 

Procedure For Admission

 

Admissions to Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalayas take place on the basis of a selection test designed and conducted by the CBSE. The test , called the Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalayas Selection Test (JNVST) is of nonverbal nature, class neutral and so designed as to ensure that talented children from the rural areas are able to compete without facing any disadvantages. Because of the poor communication facilities in rural areas special care is taken .to ensure that children from far flung rural areas get admission forms free of cost without any problem. Sufficient publicity is done through Doordarshan, All India Radio, local newspapers, pamphlets, visits of Principals and teachers of Navodaya Vidyalayas to the local schools of the district. As a result rural areas are becoming aware of the Navodaya Vidyalaya Scheme. 

 

 

 

Eligibility Conditions

A candidate appearing for the Selection Test must be studying in Class V in a Government/Government-Aided or other recognized school or schools under Schemes of "Sarav Shiksa Abhiyan" or 'B' certificate competency course of National Institute of Open Schooling in the same district where he/she is seeking admission in the just preceding academic session for which Selection Test is conducted. Actual admission in Class VI in the session is, however, subject to the condition of having passed Class V before admission.

A candidate seeking admission must be between the age group 9-13 years on 1st May of the year of admission for which the Selection Test is conducted. This applies to all categories of candidates including those who belong to the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes.

 

A candidate claiming admission from rural quota must have studied and passed class III, IV & V from Government/Government Aided/ recognised schools located in Rural area in the preceding three continuous academic sessions for which the Selection Test is conducted spending one full academic session in each class without any repetition of class, gap and/or break in.

 

A candidate seeking admission under the rural quota must have studied and passed class III, IV & V from Government/Government Aided/recognized school(s) located in the rural areas.

 

 Reservation

At least 75% of the seats in a district are filled by candidates selected from rural areas and remaining seats are filled from the urban areas of the district. A candidate who has studied in a school located in an urban area, even for a part of session in any of the classes III, IV, and V or passes any one or more of these classes from such a school as above is considered as an urban candidate. Urban areas are those which are so defined in the 1991 census or in subsequent  Government notification. All other areas are considered rural.

 

Reservation of seats in favour of children belonging to Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes is provided in proportion to their population in the concerned district provided that no district, such reservation will be less than the national average (15%   for SC and 7.5% for ST ) but subject to maximum of 50% for both the categories ( SC & ST ) taken together. These reservations are interchangeable and over and above the candidates selected under open merit.

 

 

 

 

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