The Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan (KVS) is expected to release the second list of the KVS Lottery result 2022 today, i.e. May 06, 2022. Students who have applied for admission to class 1 will be able to check the results from the official website – kvsonlineadmission.kvs.gov.in. However, it is not yet confirmed whether the list will be released or not since it depends on the number of vacant seats after the first round of allotment.
Where and how to check?
In case the KVS admission second list result 2022 gets released today, then students can check the same from the concerned website of the KV. Other than that, one can check the KVS Lottery result 2022 via the login portal of the official website. To know how to do so, take a look at the steps given below.
Step 1- Go to the official website of KVS admission at kvsonlineadmission.kvs.gov.in
Step 2- On the home page, click on ‘Check Application Status’ in the top-right corner of the page
Step 3- Now, enter the login code, date of birth of the child followed by mobile number and captcha code
Step 4- Click on the ‘Login’ button and check the status.
It is important to note that if the student is featured in the second list of admission, then they can download the admission memo and take a printout of the same. The age limit of the students seeking admission to class 1 is between 6 to 8 years. Admission of the selected students will be held as per the following order:
- From service priority category
- Short fall of reservation quota.
In case the seats remain vacant after this stage, then the KVS admission 3rd list is going to be published on May 10, 2022. As per the admission schedule, the declaration of the provisional list of students as per the priority service category for the unreserved seats (if any) will be done from May 6 to 17, 2022. The KVS Lottery based admission is an initiative under the Right to Education (RTE).
Based on this scheme, 25% of the seats available for fresh admission will be filled up. In other words, admission for 10 seats in class 1 will be filled by RTE Lottery. As such, applications are drawn from SC, ST, EWS, BPL, OBC (NCL), and differently-abled students taken together from the same neighbourhood. However, in any case, the seats reserved for the RTE scheme will not be de-reserved.