Pace Setting Activities
Thur Dec 7 2017 , 13:28:16

नवोदय विद्यालय समिति

Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti

( An Autonomous Body Under Ministry of Education ) Government Of India

जवाहर नवोदय विद्यालय, कार निकोबार


Pace Setting Activities

The Navodaya Vidyalayas have been envisaged as pace-setting institutions, centres of educational excellence, providing opportunities for development, not only to Navodaya Vidyalaya students, but also to the children of neighbouring rural area schools through sharing of resources. Leadership qualities and other educational concerns that are linked to community and national developments are also supposed to be inculcated through pace-setting activities. “The aim of the pace-setting activities is to galvanize the academic, social, cultural and community oriented environment of schools,” in the vicinity. By virtue of having a highly qualified and competent team of teachers, good laboratories and IT infrastructure, teaching aids and sports equipment and rich libraries, JNVs are in a position to function as a “focal point for improvement in the quality of school education in general, through sharing of experience and facilities”. Interactions of staff and students of Navodaya Vidyalayas with their counterparts in adjoining schools, participation in joint community efforts, adoption of a village for awareness programmes and sharing of educational facilities are some of the pace-setting activities undertaken by Navodaya Vidyalaya. JNVs also make general attempts to involve the local school community in disseminating the modern school practices with a view to improve school eco-system.


JNV Car Nicobar is organising a 7 days workshop on NICOBARI HANDICRAFT as a pace setting activity. The programme was inaugurated on 23rd March 2022 with Mr.Anthony , Captain ,Arong Village as the Chief Guest. Mr & Mrs. Valentine are the craftsmen who will be training the children. VIII & IX students of JNV, 5 students each of GSSS, Arong & Sawai are the participants. The  children will be taught the skills of making Hoodie, Flower pots, Candle stands, Nicobari huts, floor mats out of bamboo, coconut shell and khewri leaves. This workshop aims at connecting the children to their roots of rich Nicobar culture to stay with mother nature in harmony.