National Testing Agency (NTA) is going to close the application form correction facility today dated November 10, 2021. The agency has earlier notified that the correction facility for AISSEE 2022 will be active from November 07 to 10, 2021. Candidates who have filled their AISSEE 2022 application form can log in on the official website, aissee.nta.nic.in, to make relevant corrections.
The agency is going to allow corrections in the candidate’s name, parent’s name, and date of birth. As per the latest updates, the AISSEE 2022 exam is expected to be held on January 09, 2022. Whereas the admit card for the AISSEE exam is expected to be released at least 15 to 20 days before the examination.
AISSEE (All India Sainik Schools Entrance Examination) 2022 exam is an annual examination held to provide admission to eligible students in classes 6 and 9. The basic eligibility for the candidates is passing their preceding classes’ exam i.e. classes 5 and 8. On successfully qualifying for the exam candidates can seek admission in at least 26 Sainik schools across India.
For all those who wish to make corrections in the AISSEE 2022 application form, the following steps will be helpful:
Step 1: Visit the official portal for AISSEE, aissee.nta.nic.in
Step 2: On the homepage, move to the bottommost section and click on Corrections for AISSEE 2022
Step 3: After this, log in with the application number and password along with the security pin and click on the sign-in button
Step 4: Next, make the necessary corrections in the AISSEE application form 2022 and click on the final submit button
Candidates who do not remember their application form number and click on the ‘Forgot application’ number button to retrieve the same. On the next page, enter the candidate’s name, father name, mother name, date of birth, and security pin and click on the ‘get application number’ button. The details along with registration number, roll number, etc will be displayed on the next page.
The minimum qualifying marks for the unreserved category is 25% in individual subjects and 40% marks in the aggregate. While no minimum qualifying marks requirement is applicable for candidates belonging to the SC/ST category.