Mode Of Entry into school for scholars

Admission takes place at class VI through a selection test called JNVST.  This test is conducted by CBSE at All India Level.  Though this test is held on the second Sundays of every February,

offering of One’s candidature etc commences in September and ends by November.  All students of class  V are eligible to apply and appear for the selection test  consisting.

 

COMPOSITION OF THE TEST:

 

The medium of the Test (JNVST) is the medium through which the candidate studies and passed Class-V.

 

Type of Test

Number of Questions

Marks

Duration

Mental Ability Test

50

50

60 Minutes

Arithmetic Test

25

25

30Minutes

Language Test

25

25

30 Minutes

Total

100

100

02 Hours

 

As JNVs are to tap the rural potentialities more, 75% the seats go to the rural sector and remain in 25% to urban scholars.

 

Lateral Entry

 

Owing to various reasons Viz homesickness, difficulty in adjusting to residential system and etc, a few students withdraw from the school.  These vacant positions from class VI to VIII will get filled through a  Lateral Entry Test in class IX.

All students who are on the verge of class VIII and appeared for Annual Exam are eligible to apply.  They have to face a competitive test in Mathematics Science and English of class VIII Syllabus. 

This test will be held in May/June every year and formalities for this will start in April of every year.

That apart there is yet another entry in class XI also.  Admission is based on percentage of class X performance and a test of ability.

 

COMPOSITION OF THE TEST (Class IX):

 

            Admission test has consists of questions of Class-VIII standard in the following subjects as per the weightage.  The test is conducted in objective/descriptive type with 3 hours duration without any break:

 

Sl.No.

Subject

Marks

1

English

15

2

Hindi

15

3

Maths

35

4

Science

35