National Testing Agency (NTA) has announced the passing marks and Sainik School Result 2022 declaration process through the official notification released earlier. The online examination was conducted on January 09, 2022, for all those who wish to get admission in class 6 and class 9. The final admission shall be on the basis of the merit list published by the NTA probably in April 2022. Candidates are advised to keep their application form and password handy while checking the AISSEE 2022 result.
According to the notification published by NTA, the candidate willing to get selection in the Sainik School result have to score at least 25% marks in each subject asked in the exam. Other than this, they must have scored at least 40% marks in aggregate for all the subjects asked in the exam.
The final merit list shall be prepared by considering the relative merit, the school opted by the candidate and the overall medical fitness of the candidate. These minimum marks are only for those candidates who belong to the unreserved or OBC category, the one’s who are of the SC/ST category do not have to abide by these marks.
NTA has also mentioned the result declaration process for those who are going to participate in the examination. As per the notification, the agency is to use the answer key for evaluating the answer sheets and declaring the result. The agency shall release a merit list first and then it shall make the score-card available. Other than this, there is no prescribed negative marking for wrong answers. Also, if while checking the paper, any of the options exercised by the agency is found to be true then, the candidate shall get full marks against those questions. In case, all options chosen by the candidates are correct then they shall get full marks against those questions. Lastly, if none of the options is found to be wrong then all the candidates shall get full marks.
The agency is going to publish the initial merit list for AISSEE 2022 on the official website and on the respective websites of the schools. This initial list shall be released in the ratio of 1:3 for all the candidates. Whereas, the final merit list shall be published after the medical examination is over for all the successful candidates. These merit lists shall be published category-wise, roll number wise and school-wise.