Haryana NMMS Result 2021-22: The Haryana NMMS 2021-22 result is going to be released on the official SCERT website, scertharyana.gov.in. The Haryana National-Means-cum-Merit Scholarship (NMMS) Examination is going to be conducted on 20 March 2022. The State Council of Educational Research & Training (SCERT), Haryana conducts the NMMS exam every year for the students of class 8th. The SCERT is going to release a merit list of the students who qualify the Haryana NMMS 2021-22 exam. The students can check their scores from the list too. The selected students are going to be eligible for the scholarship. Read below to know more about the Haryana NMMS 2021-22 result.
Latest- The Haryana NMMS 2021-22 exam is scheduled to be held on March 20, 2022. Scroll further for more details.
Haryana NMMS Result 2021-22
The Haryana NMMS 2021-22 result is going to be released in a PDF merit list format. The Haryana NMMS 2021-22 result list is going to include the students’ scores, categories, roll nos. etc. Given below are some important dates related to the Haryana NMMS 2021-22 exam and result. The latest schedule is going to be updated once it is officially released.
|Haryana NMMS 2021-22 Events||Dates|
|Exam date||20 Mar 2022 (11 AM to 02 PM)|
|Exam Result Declaration||To be announced|
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How to check Haryana NMMS Result 2021-22?
The students can check the Haryana NMMS 2021-22 result and merit list through the steps as follows:
- Visit the NTSE-NMMS page of the official website, scertharyana.gov.in/ntse-nmms/.
- Scroll down to reach the ‘NMMS’ section.
- Click on the “NMMS Result 2021” link that is going to be available as per the schedule.
- A PDF of the Haryana NMMS exam result 2021-22 will open in a new tab.
Haryana NMMS 2021-22 Result Compilation
The Haryana NMMS 2021-22 result is prepared on the basis of the raw score of the students calculated using the NMMS 2021-22 answer key.
Score Calculation: The NMMS score of the students is calculated on the basis of the answers marked by the students on the OMR answer sheet. The marked responses are going to be cross-checked with the Haryana NMMS answer key and the score is going to be calculated using the marking scheme-
|No. of Questions in MAT & SAT sections||90 questions each|
|Total no. of Questions||180 questions|
|Total Marks||180 marks|
|Marking Scheme||1 mark given for every correct response.|
|Negative Marking||No negative marking|
Haryana NMMS 2021-22 Cut-off
The SCERT has released the category-wise qualifying cut-off for both MAT and SAT papers of the Haryana NMMS 2021-22 exam in its prospectus.
|Papers||Total Marks||Cut Off Marks-|
|Cut Off Marks-|
|MAT||90 Marks||36 marks||29 marks|
|SAT||90 Marks||36 marks||29 marks|
Here, the students from SC, BCA, BCB, and PH categories are considered to be part of the reserved categories.
About Haryana NMMS
The National-Means-cum-Merit Scholarship (NMMS) Examination, Haryana for class 8th students is conducted by the State Council of Educational Research & Training (SCERT), Haryana. The NMMS exam is held every year for the students belonging to households whose net annual income is less than Rs. 1,50,001. The students who score more than the set cut-off, which is 40% for the general category and 32% for the reserved categories, are going to be eligible for the scholarship of Rs. 1000 per month. The scholarship is going to be given to the selected students from class 9th to 12th.
Haryana NMMS Result 2021-22 FAQs
Q.1 Where will the Haryana NMMS exam 2021-22 result be released?
A.1 The Haryana NMMS result 2021-22 is going to be released online on scertharyana.gov.in.
Q.2 Is there any provision of negative marking in the Haryana NMMS 2021-22 exam?
A.2 No, there is no negative marking in the Haryana NMMS exam.
Q.3 In what format will the Haryana NMMS result 2021-22 be released?
A.3 The Haryana NMMS result 2021-22 is going to be released in the form of a PDF of the NMMS merit list.
Q.4 What is the qualifying cut-off for both MAT and SAT papers separately?
A.4 According to the NMMS 2021 prospectus, the students must score at least 36 marks (29 marks for reserved categories) in both MAT & SAT separately.
Q.5 Which students will be considered under the reserved category?
A.5 The students belonging to the SC, BC-A, BC-B and PH categories are expected to be included in the reserved section.
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