The National Means Merit Scholarship (NMMS) examination will soon be conducted by various state authorities in the respective states. The admit cards for the examination have been released on the official websites of the conducting bodies of various states. The programme, developed and conducted by the Ministry of Education, aims to provide scholarships to economically weaker and meritorious students.
NMMS Admit Card 2022
The admit cards of the examination are available to download in the respective sites of various states as it is a state-wise examination. Here are the direct links to access the admit cards:
|STATE||DIRECT LINK||EXAM DATE|
|West Bengal||Click Here||February 20|
|Kerala||Click Here||To be announced|
|Andhra Pradesh||Click Here||March 20|
|Karnataka||Click Here||February 27|
|Bihar||Click Here||February 27|
|Puducherry||Click Here||March 06|
|Telangana||Click Here||To be announced|
|Tripura||Click Here||To be announced|
|Gujarat||–||To be announced|
|Goa||Click Here||To be announced|
|Mizoram||Click Here||To be announced|
|Nagaland||Click Here||February 26|
|Odisha||Click Here||March 06|
|Jammu & Kashmir||Click Here||March 16|
|Uttar Pradesh||Click Here||To be announced|
|Tamil Nadu||Click Here||March 05|
To download the hall tickets, follow the steps given below:
Step 1: Visit the official website of the state education department you are a part of.
Step 2: Click on the flash link present on the homepage related to the NMMS examination.
Step 3: In the candidate’s login, enter the username and password.
Step 4: The admit card will appear on the screen. Download it for further references.
The admit card contains important details such as:
– Name of the candidate
– Exam Date
– Venue of the exam
– State and Central Codes
Candidates should carry any valid ID proof such as Aadhar card or school ID card along with the admit card on the day of the examination.
The examination consists of a Mental Ability Test (MAT) and Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT), each of which contains 90 MCQ-based questions. The SAT paper will be based on the syllabus covered in Class 7 and 8 with the majority of questions from mathematics, social studies, and science. The MAT also checks for the candidate’s proficiency in languages. Candidates should score an aggregate of 40% marks to qualify in the examination whereas there is a relaxation of 32% for students of reserved categories.