The Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti is expected to release the admit cards for the Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya Selection Test (JNVST) for class 6. As per the prospectus, the selection test is going to be conducted on April 30, 2022, at 11:30 AM in a single phase. Regarding the issuance of admit cards, the prospectus says that the admit cards will be made available as per the date decided by NVS. The same can be downloaded from the application portal free of cost.
However, to have an idea of the expected date on which the JNV admit card 2022 is likely to be available, let’s take a look at the previous years’ trends.
|Year||Admit Card Release Date||Exam Date||Difference|
|2021||July 23, 2021||August 11, 2021||19 days|
|2020||March 09, 2020||April 11, 2020||33 days|
|2019||March 05, 2019||April 06, 2019||32 days|
|2018||April 20, 2018||April 21, 2018||01 day|
As understood from the previous year trends, the admit cards are released approximately 30 days prior to the examination date. Taking cues from the previous year trends, it can be expected that the admit cards will be released by the last week of March, 2022. In other words, the Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti is likely to release the admit cards as early as March 28, 2022 and as late as April 11, 2022. However, this is just a prediction and the exact date may or may not be the same.
The admit cards will contain the venue of the examination centre allotted to the candidates. They will not be allowed to appear for the test in any other examination centre. Similarly, no request for change in centres will be entertained. Once the JNV admit card 2022 is released, parents and guardians can download the same from the official website – navodaya.gov.in.
About the test
The selection will be held for a duration of 02 hours starting from 11:30 AM. However, an additional time of 40 minutes will be given to the differently-able or divyang students. As per the examination pattern, the question paper will have three sections namely Mental Ability Test, Arithmetic Test and Language Test. A total of 80 questions will be asked and the test will be of 100 marks. Each candidate will be given a single test booklet comprising three sections. Examinees will have to use a blue or black ballpoint pen to mark the answers.