No admission test in Navodaya Vidyalaya !

The entrance examinations of the Jawahar Navodaya schools could not be organised this time because of the implementation of the Right to Education Act in the state. The examinations for entrance in class six, organised by Union government, were originally scheduled to be held last month itself. According to the norms of the Right to Education Act, a student must not be made to appear in any examination for entrance in any class below 8. On the other hand, students who have passed in class fifth need to appear for an entrance exam for admission into class six. The students thus selected are taught in the school without any fee.
As many as 3978 students had applied for the examination this year. Of these, 123 applications were rejected and the admit cards of the remaining 3855 candidates have already reached Jodhpur. However, the process has been stopped with immediate effect following an order issued by the Joint Commissioner. But billion dollar question is what will be criteria to get admission in Jawahar navodaya Vidyalaya(JNV) if you did't conduct test for 80 seat from which 80% seats are reserved for rural candidates.