About Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya

 

 

OBJECTIVES

  • To serve the objectives of excellence coupled with equity and social justice.

  • To promote national integration by providing opportunities to talented children, largely rural, from different part of the country, to live and learn together and develop their full potential.

  • To provide good quality modern education, including a strong component of culture, inculcation of values, awareness of the environment, adventure activities and physical education.

  • To ensure that all students of Navodaya Vidyalaya attain a reasonable level of competence in three language as envisaged in the Three Language Formula.

  • To serve, in each district, as focal point for improvement in quality of school education through sharing of experiences and facilities.

 

Academic Excellence

 

 In Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalayas, all out efforts are made to develop competencies among students in scholastic and non-scholastic areas of education which leads to effective personality development of each child. Indicated below in the comparison of average pass percentage of NVS that of other school systems like Kendriya Vidyalayas and independent schools wherein Navodaya’s average pass percentage is significantly higher than the national average of other schools affiliated to CBSE.

 

 COMPARISON OF RESULTS WITH OTHER SCHOOL SYSTEMS

CLASS X

  NAME OF THE

  INSTITUTION

 2004-05

 2005-06

 2006-07

 2007-08

2008-09

2009-10

2010-11

2011-12 2012-13

  CBSE

 74.60

 77.16

 84.44

 87.08

88.84

89.28

96.61

98.19 98.76

  NVS

 90.82

 91.13

 96.41

 97.54

97.84

98.55

99.52

99.58 99.73

  KVS

 89.62

 90.63

 95.64

 96.07

9.3596.35

96.87

99.30

97.36  99.70

  Independent

 85.87

 85.94

 91.81

 91.77

 81.89

91.79

98.75

99.20  

 

CLASS XII

NAME OF THE

INSTITUTION

2004-05

2005-06

2006-07

2007-08

2008-09

2009-10

2010-11

2011-12  2012-13

CBSE

77.80

79.55

80.64

80.91

81.00

79.87

81.71

80.19  82.10

NVS

87.08

90.24

90.11

92.44

94.09

95.31

96.89

95.96  96.14

KVS

92.47

92.89

93.14

91.00

91.32

91.13

93.38

94.13  94.81

Independent

81.28

82.35

82.29

81.68

80.94

79.42

81.63

80.11  

 

ORGANISATIONAL STRUCTURE

 

The NAVODAYA VIDYALAYA SAMITI


Navodaya Vidyalayas are run by the Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti which is an autonomous organization under the Ministry of Human Resource Development, Department of Secondary & Higher Education, Govt. of India. The Chairman of the Samiti is the Hon’ble Minister of Human Resource Development. Hon’ble Minister of State for Education in the Ministry of H.R.D. is the Vice Chairman of the Samiti.

 

The Samiti functions through an Executive Committee under the Chairmanship of Hon’ble Minister of HRD. It is responsible for the management of all affairs including allocation of funds to the Samiti and has the authority to exercise all powers of the Samiti. The Executive Committee is assisted by two Sub-Committees, i.e. Finance Committee and Academic Advisory Committee, in its functions.

 

The executive head of the administrative pyramid is the Commissioner who executes the policies laid down by the Samiti’s Executive Committee. He/she is assisted at the Headquarters level by Joint Commissioners, Deputy Commissioners and Asstt. Commissioners. At the Regional level, he/she is assisted by the Deputy Commissioners and Asstt. Commissioners.

 

The Samiti has established 8 Regional Offices for the administration and monitoring of Navodaya Vidyalayas under their jurisdiction. For each Vidyalaya, there is a Vidyalaya Advisory Committee and a Vidyalaya Management Committee for the general supervision of the Vidyalaya. District Magistrate of the concerned district is the Chairman of Vidyalaya level Committee with local educationists, public representatives and officers from the District as members. The Vidyalaya Management Committee has two sub-committees i.e. Vidyalaya Purchase Advisory Sub-Committee and Vidyalaya Appointments Sub-Committee.

 

Regional Offices of NVS

Eight Regional Offices are established at Bhopal, Chandigarh, Hyderabad, Jaipur, Lucknow, Patna, Pune & Shillong with jurisdiction over different States and UTs.

Regions

No. of JNVs

States & No. of JNVs

Bhopal

94+4

Madhya Pradesh (48+2), Chhattisgarh (16+1),  Orissa (30+1)

Chandigarh

50+2

Punjab  (20+1), Himachal Pradesh (12), J&K (17+1)

& Chandigarh U.T. (01)

Hyderabad

70+3

Andhra Pradesh (22+2), Karnataka (27+1),  Kerala (14),

Pondicherry (04), A.&N. Islands (02)  & Lakshadweep (01)

Jaipur

54+2

Rajasthan (32+2), Haryana (20), Delhi(02)

Lucknow

83+0

Uttar Pradesh (70),Uttaranchal (13)

Patna

77+4

Bihar (38+1), Jharkhand (22+2), West Bengal (17+1)

Pune

62+2

Maharashtra (32+1), Gujarat(25+1), Goa(02),

Daman & Diu (02), Dadra & Nagar Haveli (01)

Shillong

86+2

Meghalaya(07+1), Manipur(09), Mizoram (08),

 Arunachal Pradesh (16),  Nagaland (11),  Tripura(04),

 Sikkim(04),  Assam (27+1)

        Total  595(576+19**) JNVs  As on 31.03.2011

** Additional JNVs sanctioned for the Districts having large concentration of SC/ST population.