Uttarakhand NMMS 2023 Results Announced : The State Council of Educational Research and Training (SCERT) Uttarakhand has officially declared the results of the National Merit-cum-Means Scholarship (NMMS) for the year 2023. A total of 1,527 candidates have successfully qualified for the scholarship through the examination process. The comprehensive results, which include candidate details and scholarship information, are now accessible on the official website, scert.uk.gov.in.
The NMMS Uttarakhand 2023 examination was conducted on December 3, 2023. The SCERT has thoughtfully compiled and provided the list of provisionally selected candidates in a PDF format for easy reference.
The result PDF encompasses vital information, including the candidate’s roll number, name, father’s name, date of birth, caste code, school details, block, district, attendance, MAT score, SAT score, total marks, selection status, and particulars about the awarded scholarship. Successful Class 8 students are eligible for a scholarship of Rs 1,000 per month for the next four years, spanning from Class 9 to Class 12.
Uttarakhand NMMS 2023 Results Announced : Here are the steps to download the PDF and check the results:
- Visit the official website – scert.uk.gov.in
- Click on the NMMS result 2023 section
- A PDF displaying the results will be presented on the screen
- Search for your roll number and verify your selection status
- Download the PDF for future reference
The scholarship examination comprised both a Mental Stability Test and a Scholastic Aptitude Test, with the final selection of students being determined by eligibility criteria and document submission. The SCERT has underlined that the result adheres strictly to the guidelines provided by the Uttarakhand government and the directives from the education ministry.
The selection process for the NMMS scholarship was conducted on a district-wise and caste-wise quota basis, in accordance with guidelines. Similarly, the selection for SNSS and SMSS scholarships followed quotas set division-wise and development block-wise. In instances of equal cutoffs in the results, priority was given to the older candidate based on their date of birth, aligning with standard practices in other competitive examinations.