Co-Curricular
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नवोदय विद्यालय समिति

Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti

( An Autonomous Body Under MHRD ) Government Of India

जयपुर क्षेत्र

Jaipur Region

  1. In order to achieve the objective of all round development of students and to improve academic performance , Games & Sports , a vital component of JNVs, is a powerful tool for promoting leadership, team work skills and social cohesion.,

 

  1. 27th Cluster/Regional/National Sports Meets as well as exhibition in JNVs under Hyderabad Region were conducted during 2017-18. Keeping in view of demand of Girls, football event for girls U-17 & U-19 was also introduced up to Regional meet. Cricket & Hockey for girls which were introduced at JNV level during 2016-17 were also included in 2017-18.

 

  1. Cluster Meets were conducted from 18th & 19th August, 2017 and Regional Meets were conducted on 26th to 28th August, 2017.

 

  1. Hyderabad Region has hosted NVS National Basketball meet at JNV, Kannur from 9.10.2017 to 11.10.2017 and Taekwondo Meet at JNV, Dharwad, Karnataka from 03.10.2017 to 05.10.2017.

 

Number of Events for NVS National Meets:

Sl. No.

Events

Team Composition

Maximum No. of participants in each game

Category

Under age group

1

Volley Ball

Boys & Girls

U-14, 17 & 19

12

2

Kabaddi

Boys & Girls

U – 14, 17 & 19

12

3

Hand Ball

Boys & Girls

U – 14, 17 & 19

16

4

Cricket

Boys & Girls

U – 14, 17 & 19

16

5

Archery

Boys & Girls

U – 14, 17 & 19

4

6

Kho-Kho

Boys & Girls

U – 14, 17 & 19

12

7

Judo

Boys & Girls

U – 14, 17 & 19

As mentioned below

8

Football

Boys

U –17 & 19

18

Girls

U-17 & 19

18(up to Regional level only)

9

Hockey

Boys

U –17 & 19

16

10

Table Tennis

Boys & Girls

U – 14, 17 & 19

5

11

Basketball

Boys & Girls

U-14,U –17 & 19

12

12

Athletics

Boys & Girls

U – 14, 17 & 19

As mentioned below

13

Taekwondo

Boys & Girls

U – 14, 17 & 19

As mentioned below

14

Yoga

Boys & Girls

U – 14, 17 & 19

5

15

Wrestling

Boys

U – 14, 17 & 19

As mentioned below

16

Chess

Boys & Girls

U – 14, 17 & 19

5

17

Badminton

Boys & Girls

U – 14, 17 & 19

5

18

Rope Skipping

Boys & Girls

U – 14, 17 & 19

4 (up to Cluster level only)

 

 

NCC in Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalayas

  1. Comradeship, discipline, leadership, secular outlook, spirit of adventure and the ideals of selfless service amongst the students to create a human resource of organized, trained and motivated youth and to provide leadership in all walks of life and always available for the service of the nation.

  2. In JNVs where NCC facilities are available, a suitable environment was created to motivate the students to take up a career in the Armed Forces.

  3. Proper safety precautions were taken while sending the cadets to attend various NCC Camps. NCC Day will be celebrated on 4th Sunday of November every year.

  4. All the efforts are made to begin NCC for both boys and girls in consultation with NCC directorate of the concerned district.

  5. All the efforts were made to train the cadets by CTO/ANO so that more no. of students can participate in republic day parade.

 

  1. Total 4061 cadets @ 2256 (Junior Division), 1572 (Junior Wing), 102 (Senior Division), 131 (Senior Wing) were enrolled during 2017-18. Total 37 trained ANOs are at present available in the Region to carry out the NCC activities in JNVs.

 

S.No.

Name of JNV

Total Cadets

1

Ambala

50

2

Bhiwani

32

3

Faridabad

50

4

Jind

100

5

Kaithal

50

6

Karnal

103

7

Kurukshetra

50

8

Mohindergarh

50

9

Nuh

50

10

Panchkula

100

11

Panipat

50

12

Rewari

100

13

Yamunanagar

50

14

Ajmer

100

15

Alwar

25

16

Banswara – I

50

17

Barmer

50

18

Bharatpur

50

19

Bhilwara

50

20

Bikaner

25

21

Bundi

50

22

Chittorgarh

100

23

Churu

100

24

Dausa

50

25

Dholpur

50

26

Dungarpur

50

27

Hanumangarh

25

28

Jaipur

100

29

Jaisalmer

50

30

Jalore

64

31

Jhalawar

50

32

Jhunjhunu

50

33

Jodhpur

25

34

Karauli

50

35

Kota

24

36

Nagaur

50

37

Pali

25

38

Rajsamand

100

39

Sikar

50

40

Sirohi

100

41

Sriganganagar-I

50

42

Udaipur

100

43

Mungeshpur

100

44

Jaffarpurkalan

50

Grand Total

2648

Scouts & Guides Activities

 

Scouts and Guides movement was started by Lord Baden Powell and Lady Baden Powell at London in 1899.This movement was spread throughout the world. Scouts and Guides movement helps in instilling self confidence which are vital in developing the personality at tender age with a Motto ‘BE PREPARED’. BS & G’s of India comprise 45 states in which NVS is one of the states.

SCOUTS AND GUIDES UNIT:

  1. Each JNV has one functional unit with 32 Scouts and 32 Guides.

  2. All scouts and Guides are provided proper uniform to get the feeling of belongingness and involvement.

  3. To make the unit functional and activities conducted, each unit has a trained Scout Master and Guide Captain. Most of the Scout Masters & Guide Captains have completed basic course and advanced course to improve their performance further which in turn improves the activity among the children.

  4. The concerned NVS State Scout & Guide officials are deputed to the Vidyalaya once in a year to supervise activities conducted in the Vidyalaya. Their suggestions will strengthen the unit.

  5. Each unit will organize the activities on weekly basis under the supervision of trained teachers. In this regard Co-ordination with local association is a must as NVS is a new State. This is required for conducting camps at Vidyalaya Level.

  6. The Scout Masters & Guide Captains are maintaining log books to record all activities of the Scouts & Guides i.e Programmes/Tests conducted in Pravesh, Prathama Sopan, Dwitiya Sopan and Tritiya Sopan. After completion of Tritiya Sopan Test successfully , a Certificate shall be distributed at Vidyalaya Level.[Sample Scout Test Card and Guide Test Card & Certificate of Tritiya Sopan shall be provided from NVS State which will be taken up at Vidyalaya Level].

  7. Extra Funds are provided to Scout & Guide activities at unit level to conduct various activities to strengthen the unit

  8. Scouts & Guides are being provided an opportunity to participate National Adventure programmes, Pachmarhi twice in a year.

  9. Order of training programmes for Scout Masters /Guide Captains: After completion of one training minimum 6 months gap is necessary.

  • Basic Course Training

  • Advance course Training.

  • Pre-ALT(Adult Leader Trainer)

  • ALT

  • LT(Leader Trainer)

 

 

  1. Order of the training programmes for Scouts and Guides: After completion of one training minimum 6 months gap is necessary.

  1. Pravesh

  2. Prathama Sopan

  3. Dwitiya Sopan

  4. Tritiya Sopan

  5. Rajyapuraskar Cam

  6. Pre-Rastrapathi Camp- by NHQs, BS & G only.

  7. Rastrpathi Camp –by NHQs, BS & G only.

Review of scouts and guides activities:

  1. Activities at Vidyalaya Level (As per Scout Test Card/ Guide Test Card).

  2. Strategies for Rajya Puraskar Testing Camp:Data Base with respect to Scouts /Guides and Scouts Masters/ Guide Captains from each school will be compiled.

After qualifying Tritiya Sopan at Vidyalaya Level, Scouts / Guides are eligible for attending Rajyapuraskar,Log Books will be submitted at the time of Camp.

Camps are organized in any Vidyalaya where the availability of resource persons are more.(That means HWB,ALT,LT Holders). Minimum HWB, ALT and LT Holders are required to conduct the test.

  1. Strategies for Pre-Rastrapathi Camp & Rajyapuraskar Camp:

After qualifying the Rajyapuraskar, Scouts /Guides shall be eligible Pre-Rastrapathi Camp & Rajyapuraskar Camp .These tests will be conducted by National Training centre and National head Quarter, Bharath Scouts and Guides, New Delhi only. Minimum HWB, ALT and LT Holders are required to conduct the test.

Proposed Programmes for Scouts and Guides (JNV Level)

Sl.No.

Name of the Programme /Event

Month

1

Youth Leadership Camp

September

2

Sea Scouts/Guide Leader Training Course

September

3

Scout/Guide International Camp

October

4

National Adventure Programme

October

5

Jota/Joti-Jamboree on the Air

October

6

National Tribal Scouts/Guide Meet

October

7

National Level Water Regatta

October

8

National Adventure Programme

November

9

Rastrapathi Scout/Guide Rally

November

10

National Skatting Tour Programme

November

11

National Adventure Programme

November

12

Scout/Guide International Camp

November

13

National Scout /Guide Integration Programme & Camp

December

14

Coastal Trekking

December

15

Desert Trekking

December

16

National Patrol Leaders Jamboretle

December

17

National Adventure Programme

December

18

North East Mini Jamboree

January

19

Youth Day Celebration

January

20

National Adventure Programme

January

21

Prime Minister Shield Competition Rally

February

 

  1. List of Programmes for Scouter (SM’s)and Guider(GC’s)

[ Regional Office Level]

S.No.

Name of the Programme/Event

Place

01.

Community Singing Training Course

NHQ Delhi

02.

Disaster Preparedness Training Course

Jaipur Raj

03.

Vocational Training Course for Unit Leaders

Ajmer

04.

30’b Pre ALT Course (Guide wing)

NIC Pachmari

05.

National Standard Judging Camp

NYC Pachmari

06.

Pre-ALT Course (Scout wing)

NTC Pachmari

07.

L.T. (Leader Trainers) Course (Guide Wing)

NTC Pachmari

08.

Mapping Cum Star Graying Course

NTC Pachmari

09.

Quarter Master Training Course (Conunon)

NTC Pachmari

10.

Pioneering cum Estimation course

NYC Gadpuri

11.

Pre ALT Course for scout wing

NTC Pachmari

12.

Badge Instructors and Examiners Coume

NYC Gadpuri

13.

Pre-ALT Course (Guide Wing)

NTC Pachmari

14.

Course for leader trainers (Scout wing)

NTC Pachmarl

15.

SOC/STC Meet

NHQ Delhi

Feedback of participants in respect of Scouts & Guides Adventure Programmes organised by Various organisations.

 

Name of Agency: Adventure programme organised by

                                                            Mt. Everest Foundation, Manali 

w.e.f. (1)12th to 17th September, 2017 for students (50)  and

          (2)24th to 29th September, 2017 for PETs (24)

          (3)13th to 18th October, 2016 for students (50)

          

Sl.

No.

Name of Region- Hyderabad

Parameters on which feedback is furnished

Outstanding

Very Good

Good

Average

Below average

Total No. of students/Teachers

1

Location of Venue

62

53

9

0

0

124

2

Quality of Activities organised

51

40

33

0

0

124

3

Quality and Quantity of Food Served

43

48

33

0

0

124

4

Rating instructor/Facilitator

52

45

27

0

0

124

5

Did it meet your expectation

33

60

31

0

0

124

 

 

Name of Agency: Adventure programme organised by

                                                            Atal Bihari Vajpayee Institute of Mountaineering 

w.e.f. 27.06.2016 to 05.07.2016 for students (25)  

Sl.

No.

Name of Region- Hyderabad

Parameters on which feedback is furnished

Outstanding

Very Good

Good

Average

Below average

Total No. of students/Teachers

1

Location of Venue

10

12

3

0

0

25

2

Quality of Activities organised

13

11

1

0

0

25

3

Quality and Quantity of Food Served

9

11

5

0

0

25

4

Rating instructor/Facilitator

13

10

2

0

0

25

5

Did it meet your expectation

8

11

6

0

0

25

 

 Total Strength of Scouts & Guides in Hyderabad Region during 2017-18  

 

SL.NO.

STATE

NO. OF SCOUTS

NUMBER OF GUIDES

TOTAL

NUMBER OF TRAINED SCOUT MASTERS

NUMBER OF TRAINED GUIDE CAPTAINS

1

ANDHRA PRADESH

448

460

908

17

14

2

KARNATAKA

868

832

1700

28

23

3

KERALA

480

480

960

10

11

4

TELANGANA

264

264

528

14

12

5

PUDUCHERRY

128

128

256

3

4

6

ANDAMAN & NICOBAR

48

44

92

1

1

7

LAKSHADWEEP

20

23

43

0

0

GRAND TOTAL

2256

2231

4487

73

65

 

In addition to the above 25 students and 25 Physical Education teacher attended Mt. Everest Foundation Programme and 50 students in Atal Bihari Vajpayee Trekking programme during the year 2017-18. Total 205 Scouts & 223 Guides qualified in Rajyapuraskar Testing camp conducted during 2017-18.

 

Total 25 Boys nominations were considered for participation of Band troop of JNV Udupi in National level Band Competition.
Rajyapuraskar details  

 

Sl.No.

Venue JNV conducted Rajyapuraskar Testing Camp

Dates of the camp

Number of

Scouts Participated

Scouts qualified

Guides Participated

Guides qualified

1

JNV,Shimoga

10.04.2017 to 14.4.2017

90

90

103

103

2

JNV, Prakasam-2

01.05.2017 to 01.05.2017

120

115

122

120

Total

210

205

225

223

 

 

Museum Corner

As per NVS guidelines Museum Corner is established in all JNVs of the Region. The allotment of Fund of Rs 10,000/- every year is being utilize for upgrading the museum corner. At this juncture it is pertinent to mentioned that many JNVs have equipped their museum corner with rare and antique items donated by students including specimens from district museum .

Experiences of Navodaya Students

Navodaya students are fortunate to be a part of this renowned system through which they are exposed to various avenues other than academic excellence . The infra structural facilities such as established Laboratories , Computer and Internet accessibility coupled with knowledgeable and dedicated teaching faculty enhances their academic excellence .

The Sports and Games facilities available in the campus and the planned physical activities make them fit and enable them to achieve laurels in the National arena which is slowly moving towards International arena . Their participation in National level exhibitions, Art & Cultural Mela , Olympiads and other competitions enable them to bring out their innate talents and helps them in their overall development.

Their systematic life style during their stay at JNV helps them a long way even after their leaving the system to lead a contended and disciplined life and be a proud citizen of the country.

Multy Gym

Total 72 JNVs out of 77 have Multi Gym in their respective JNVs, Munti Unit gym has not been established in JNVs of East Godavari-2 and new schools of Ramnagara, Kalaburagi-1 and Kolar.

Adolscence Education Programme

Adolescence Education Program (AEP) launched with the UNFPA support under Country Program -8 (CP-8) has been implemented by 3 National Agencies: National Institute of Open Schooling (NIOS), Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan (KVS) and Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti (NVS). The AEP has been the extended version of the Project on “Adolescent Reproductive and Sexual Health (ARSH) in Schools” As an experimental project in 2004. In 2005 the “Project on ARSH in schools” was converted into Adolescent Education Program (AEP) expending its coverage as well as objectives. The Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD), Government of India, which is the executing agency, transferred the AEP along with the other Quality Improvement in Schools (QIS) schemes to the National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT) effective April, 2006. Hence, NCERT is the coordinating agency for AEP.

 

Adolescence Education Programme Mandatory School-Based Activities to be Organized by Nodal Teachers and Peer Educators in Addition to 23 Hours Class Room Transaction by Teachers

 

Rationale: Peer Educators orientation programme was conceptualised in order to engage young people meaningfully in the Adolescence Education Programme (AEP). However, it has been observed that all the schools are not able to engage the peer educators to reach out to other students and further improve the teaching-learning environment in their schools.

 

After the orientation of peer educators, two sets of activities are suggested for every school that may help in mainstreaming the concerns of Adolescence Education Programme in the school curriculum. These include organisation of theme-based assemblies and activities for classes 8th to 11th. Certain reference documents have also been suggested to facilitate organization of these activities. Peer educators and nodal teachers are also encouraged to look up other resources, such as, refer to other relevant books, newspapers, access internet, to further enhance their knowledge on these issues and also share it with other school students. AEP now supports an Adolescence Resource Centre (ARC) that is a virtual storehouse of several interesting resources including, manuals, teaching learning videos, pictures, archived discussions on educational themes. Please log on to www.aeparc.org to access different resources related to AEP and submit regular quarterly school based activity reports by using school ID and pass word. The key reference documents mentioned in these guidelines, i.e. NCERT publications on Adolescence Education in Schools: A package of basic materials, Manual (Training and Resource Materials on AEP), a set of four books written by Kamla Bhasin on adolescence, can be accessed from the website.

 

Guidelines for organising activities:

 

  1. Integrating AEP themes in the Morning Assembly-All schools have the provision of a morning assembly.It is suggested that once in every month, AEP theme-based assembly is organized in every school participating in the AEP. Besides the themes, certain sub-topics have also been suggested to enable the nodal teacher and peer educators to prepare for the morning assembly. The peer educators-teacher team could also include additional sub-topics that are relevant for their school. Peer educators may also want to share certain experiences in the assembly that are relevant to the theme of the month. Most importantly, it is left to the imagination of the peer educators to organize this morning assembly with the help of their teachers. Given the time constraint during the morning assembly, it is expected that inclusion of a particular theme in the assembly will not take more than 7-10 minutes. In order to have enhanced participation of students, the themes introduced in the morning assembly may be followed by school based activities on the same day. The trained nodal teacher may inform and consult Principal for inclusion of themes in the school time table, so that peer educators and teachers know ahead of time the day on which a particular theme has to be included in the morning assembly and can prepare for it.

 

  1. Organizing theme-based activities in the school-As a follow up of addressing a particular theme in the morning assembly, it will be important to organise relevant activities that further engage the students and help them in internalising the key learning. A set of theme-based activities and basic reference documents have been suggested in the table above. Teachers’ especially nodal teachers will have to take the lead in organising these activities and peer educators can play an important role in setting up the activity. For example, make posters that announce these activities (date, time and themes) and display them in different parts of the school to encourage participation, set up a classroom or the conference room for organising debates or poster making etc. Suggested guidelines have been provided. Teachers may need to provide more detailed and specific information ahead of time so that all students know about the event and can prepare to participate in it. Announcing a particular activity ahead of time and providing necessary guidelines for participation will encourage student participation in large numbers. At the end, it is essential to synthesise learning and key take home messages.

 

National Service Scheme

    1. NSS(National Service Scheme) is a noble experiment in academic expansion which inculcates the spirit of voluntary work among the students and teachers through sustained community interactions. By implementing NSS activities in our JNVs, our vidyalayas got closer to the society and it gave an extension dimension to the higher education system as well oriented the student youth to community service while they are studying.

 

    1. CBSE, New Delhi vide its circular No. 25/20076 dated 30.11.2006 has requested to initiate action for starting a unit of NSS in JNVs. Nominating one NSS programme Officer for NSS unit of JNV who is willing to carryout the programme by way of development of his/her perception about the community. Total 50 volunteers from class IX & XI will be identified and enrolled as volunteers . This will facilitate their skill to perform certain jobs and develop himself/herself as a qualitative leader, organizer and development of his/her personality as a whole. Every JNV where NSS activities are carried out will adopt one village for this purpose

 

  1. Total 425 volunteers in 7 JNVs were enrolled during 2016-17 under the supervision of seven teacher in charge of this activity in JNVs.

 

 

 

 

NATIONAL FOUNDATION FOR COMMUNAL HARMONY (NFCH):

The National Foundation for Communal Harmony (NFCH) principally provides assistance

for the rehabilitation of child victims of different kinds of societal violence, promotes communal harmony and national integration either independently or through state governments or NGOs, etc., and confers Awards on Individuals and Organizations for their outstanding contribution towards fosters communal harmony & strengthening national integration. The Foundation is actively networking & partnering with concerned State Governments, different ministries and departments, educational institutions, NGOs and voluntary organizations etc. to effectively implement its schemes.

Vision & Mission

Vision

India free from communal and all other forms of violence where all citizens especially children & youth live together in peace & harmony.

Mission

Promoting Communal Harmony, Strengthening National Integration and Fostering Unity in Diversity through collaborative social action, awareness programs, reaching out to the victims of violence especially children, encouraging interfaith dialogue for India’s Shared Security, Peace & Prosperity.

Under NFCH, various activities are conducted for students of JNVs at JNV level , Cluster Level, Regional Level and National Level. Awards (cash Prize) and Certificates are issued to the meritorious students at each level. The list of Regional & Cluster level achievers in respect of Hyderabad Region are given below:

NAVODAYA VIDYALA SAMITI: HYDERABAD REGION

NFCH CLUSTER LEVEL RESULT 2017-18

Sl.No

Name of the Cluster

Competition

Category

Name

Class

JNV

RO

Cluster Position

1

WARANGAL

STORY WRITING

Junior

K.TEJASWINI

VII

VISHAKAPATNAM

Hyd

I

AYESHA FIRDOUSE

VIII

KURNOOL

Hyd

II

G.TRISHA

VIII

KADAPA

Hyd

III

Essay writing

Senior

A.ALEKHYA

X

WARANGAL

Hyd

I

PRATHAM KUMAR MISHRA

X

KARIMNAGAR

Hyd

II

J.VARSHINI

IX

NALGONDA

Hyd

III

PAINTING

Junior

JEJJARI SAI KRISHNA

VIII

WARANGAL

Hyd

I

A.TEJASWINI

VIII

KARIMNAGAR

Hyd

II

D.PRANAV

VIII

NIZAMABAD

Hyd

III

PAINTING

Senior

B.VARALAKSHMI

X

VISHAKAPATNAM

Hyd

I

B.JAHNAVI

X

KHAMMAM

Hyd

II

T.MEGHANA

IX

RANGAREDDY

Hyd

III

2

HAVERI

STORY WRITING

Junior

SINCHANA P

VIII

HAVERI

Hyd

I

SNEHA K S

VIII

KODAGU

Hyd

II

BHARADWAJ

VIII

BANGALORE (U)

Hyd

III

Essay writing

Senior

R.BHAVYA

XI

KODAGU

Hyd

I

RACHANA

IX

HASSAN

Hyd

I

NISHITHA D P ALWA

XI

SOUTH CANARA

Hyd

II

MADHURA G M

XII

HAVERI

Hyd

III

PAINTING

Junior

BHARATH H E

VIII

BANGALORE (U)

Hyd

I

MANASI

VIII

UDUPI

Hyd

II

SUBHASH R

VIII

BANGALORE (U)

Hyd

III

PAINTING

Senior

M V TEJASWINI

XI

UDUPI

Hyd

I

CHANDANA V

XI

BANGALORE (U)

Hyd

II

RAKSHIT D M

XI

HAVERI

Hyd

III

3

RAICHUR

STORY WRITING

Junior

ANKITHA PATIL

VIII

RAICHUR

Hyd

I

PRIYANKA P

VIII

BALLARI

Hyd

II

PRASHANT P R

VIII

GADAG

Hyd

III

Essay writing

Senior

SPOORTI B H

X

GADAG

Hyd

I

AKANKSHA JHAGADWA

IX

BALLARI

Hyd

II

SNEHA

IX

KALABURGI

Hyd

III

PAINTING

Junior

SAHANA

VIII

RAICHUR

Hyd

I

PRAJWAL K

VIII

RAICHUR

Hyd

II

PRIYA G

VII

KALABURGI

Hyd

III

PAINTING

Senior

KAMAL RAJPUT

IX

RAICHUR

Hyd

I

RAMESH KUMAR

IX

RAICHUR

Hyd

II

MOUNESH S A

XII

KOPPAL

Hyd

III

4

MAHE

STORY WRITING

Junior

JOYCE JOHNSON

VIII

ERNAKULAM

Hyd

I

DEVIKA SURESH

VII

PATHANAMTHITTA

Hyd

II

VINAYAKA VINUBAI

VIII

WAYANAD

Hyd

II

SUNIL S DEV

VIII

ALLEPPEY

Hyd

III

Essay writing

Senior

NIRUPAMA AMY

XI

CALICUT

Hyd

I

JESLIN JAMES

XII

WAYANAD

Hyd

II

FATHIMA YASMEEN

XI

MAHE

Hyd

II

SHAKHI POOVELY

XI

THRISSUR

Hyd

III

PAINTING

Junior

JYOTHIKA JAYAN

VIII

ERNAKULAM

Hyd

I

EVELYNN MARY JOSEPH

VIII

IDUKKI

Hyd

II

SREYA NAIR

VII

THRISSUR

Hyd

III

PAINTING

Senior

NIRMAL K K

IX

KANNUR

Hyd

I

SNEHA PRASAD

X

THRISSUR

Hyd

II

GOURISANKER

XI

TRIVANDRUM

Hyd

II

YADUKRISHNA S

XII

ERNAKULAM

Hyd

III

 

NVS HYDERABAD REGION WISE TOPPERS 2017-18

Sl.No

Name of the Region

Competition

Category

Name

Class

JNV

RO

Regional Position

1

Hyderabad

STORY WRITING

Junior

PRASHANTH P.R.

VIII

GADAG

Hyd

I

2

ANKITHA PATIL

VIII

RAICHUR

Hyd

II

3

G.TRISHA

VIII

KADAPA

Hyd

III

4

Essay writing

Senior

NISHITHA DP ALWA

X

SOUTH CANARA

Hyd

I

5

ALEKHA A

X

WARANGAL

Hyd

II

6

FATHIMA YASMEEN

XI

MAHE

Hyd

III

7

PAINTING

Junior

A.TEJASWINI

VIII

KARIMNAGAR

Hyd

I

8

MANASI

VIII

UDUPI

Hyd

II

9

D.PRANAV

VIII

NIZAMABAD

Hyd

III

10

PAINTING

Senior

T.MEGHANA

IX

RANGAREDDY

Hyd

I

11

M V TEJASWINI

XI

UDUPI

Hyd

II

12

YADUKRISHNA S

XII

ERNAKULAM

Hyd

III

 

 

Swachh Campaign

Swachhata campaign in all the Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalayas have been carried out. Special Committee constituted at Cluster Level assessed the implementation of Swachhata in 72 items under major 6 heads of Swachhata activities. Accordingly, following 6 Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalayas among 595 have been selected as best JNVs in implementing SwachhataAbhiyan :

S.No Name of the Vidyalaya Region
1 JNV Ratnagiri, Maharashtra Pune
2 JNV Haveri, Karnataka Hyderabad
3 JNV Karauli, Rajasthan Jaipur
4 JNV Rajasmand, Rajasthan Jaipur
5 JNV Mahararajganj, Uttar Pradesh Lucknow
6 JNV Sonitpur, Assam Shillong

 

PESTALOZZI

Pestalozzi International Village, a charity in England offers International Baccalaureate Diploma at Hastings College of Art & Technology for NVS students as scholarship. As on date we have sent 33 students of JNVs to England under this programme, who are getting modern and quality education, mostly free of cost by getting scholarships to embark on careers in different professions in countries like Germany, France, Britain, Spain, America etc.

  • Pestalozzi and the Partner wish to work together in India to select and recruit students who meet the Student Selection Criteria.
  • This MoU is intended to outline the relationship between Pestalozzi and the Partner so that each of the parties understands what is expected of them.
  • This MoU does not create a legal partnership between the Partner and Pestalozzi.
  • Pestalozzi may use more than one partner in India and the appointment of a Partner shall not restrict

 

National Talent Search Examination (NTSE)

National Talent Search Scheme, started in the year 1963, is a flagship programme/initiative of NCERT. The National Talent Search Examination (NTSE) is a national level scholarship program (Exam), conducted by National Council of Educational Research and Training to recognize and nurture talented students across India. The qualified students are extended financial assistance in the form of a monthly scholarship for the entire academic career. The NTSE scholar is always recognized as an extra ordinary student because the NTSE itself is widely regarded as the most prestigious examination at high school level in India. Children appearing in Class X are eligible to appear for the exam.

During 2016-17, the number of students who participated at State level and National level of NTSE were 11086 and 640 respectively.

Kishore Vaigyanik Protsahan Yojana (KVYP)

The Kishore Vaigyanik Protsahan Yojana (KVYP) is an on-going National Program of Fellowship in Basic Sciences, initiated and funded by the Department of Science and Technology, Government of India to attract exceptional & highly motivated students for pursuing basic science courses and research career in science.

The objective of the program is to identify students with talent and aptitude for research; help them realize their academic potential; encourage them to take up research careers in Science, and ensure the growth of the best scientific minds for research and development in the country.

Regional Science Congress

The main objective of Navodaya Vidyalaya Scheme is to provide quality education to the children predominantly from rural areas. NVS has been making a series of efforts for the quality improvement in the vidyalayas, based on abilities and potential of the children for creativity, innovation, research, questioning, critical thinking and analysis. It is in this context that there is a need to organize Regional Science Congress with exhaustive activities to inculcate scientific temper and promote scientific talent amongst the students of JNVs.

The objectives and methodologies of the organization of Regional Level Science Congress are indicated below:

Objectives of the Programme

  1. To provide a forum for young talented students to arouse and pursue their natural curiosity and to quench their thirst for creativity by watching and doing experiments.
  2. To help students meet eminent scientists and derive inspiration through close interactions with them.
  3. To nurture and nourish creativity and innovativeness by helping them giving knowledge and solve problems by relating their learning process to physical and social environment around them.
  4. To promote an opportunity to bright students to go beyond the limits of the school, to visit labs of national and international standards to further stimulate their temperament and help them

SEEMA DARSHAN

Seema Darshan’ is a unique initiative being taken up by the Ministry of Human Resource Development, in which school children are visiting the border areas of our country and present before our soldiers and troops an array of performances showcasing the tradition and culture of our country through traditional songs and dances. Child artists would demonstrate to the jawans how they are preserving and taking forward the cultural legacy of that country for which the armed forces are constantly on the vigil and also protecting and guarding its borders. This kind of programme will not only inspire children but also boost the morale of our soldiers on this Republic Day.

 

The main objective of the programme is to provide the students with a first-hand experience of the prevailing security environment in the border areas. The other objectives are to foster patriotism and nationalism among the students and to provide an opportunity for the children to experience the border environment.

Seema Darshan-Phase III programme sponsored by Ministry of Defense at Visakhapatnam from 22.01.2017 to 27.01.2017 (Hyderabad Region)

Sl.No.

Category

Name of the Student / Escort

Name of the JNV

Class

1

STUDENT

V. Venugopal Varma

Yanam

XI

2

STUDENT

Sruthi S

Yanam

XI

3

ESCORT

S Kumari Bindu

Alleppey

XI

4

STUDENT

Ann Mary Fransicis

Alleppey

XI

5

Student

Robert P Xavier

Mandya

XI

 

 

YOUTH PARLIAMENT

With a view to strengthening the roots of democracy, inculcate healthy habits of discipline, tolerance of the views of others and to enable the student community to know about the working of Parliament, Ministry of Parliamentary Affairs in consultation with NVS introduced the scheme of National Youth Parliament competition in JNVs.

Youth parliament has a special importance in developing an insight in the young students. Thus, the purpose of having Youth Parliament in NVS is:

 

  1. To make students understand the parliamentary procedure.

  2. To develop in students an insight into the working of parliament

  3. To make students consider public issues and form their opinion on them.

  4. To train students in the technique of group discussions.

  5. To develop in them respect and tolerance for the views of others, respect for rules, and to train them in group behaviour.

  6. To make students aware of various problems being faced by our society and the country.

  7. To develop in students the qualities of leadership.

  8. To make students understand the common man’s point of view and express it in an articulated manner.

 

Regional Office will identify FOUR New Vidyalayas every year in addition to the FOUR already identified Vidyalayas for the conduct of Youth Parliament competitions in the region every year. These identified 8 Vidyalayas are to conduct Youth Parliament competition for two continuous years in their respective Vidyalayas.

 

Basing on the judgment of a jury of judges at Vidyalaya level one best team will be identified at Regional level for competing at National Level. The best performed Vidyalaya at National Level competition will get an opportunity to witness the proceeding of the Parliament sessions. The best performers of the identified 1rogramme1 at both Regional & Nationals Levels will get Trophies and Mementoes from the Ministry of Parliamentary affairs.

 

For conduct of 22nd Youth Parliament Competition- 2018-19, following JNVs have been identified:

Old JNV

New JNV

CHITTOOR, ANDHRA PRADESH

GUNTUR, ANDHRA PRADESH

PATHANAMTHITTA, KERALA

ALLEPPY, KERALA

WARANGAL, TELANGANA

ADILABAD, TELANGANA

CHICKMAGALORE, KARNATAKA

DHARWAD, KARNATAKA

 

ART IN EDUCATION PROGRAMME:

One of the aims of Navodaya Vidyalyas i.e. providing quality education is ensured through Art in Education Programme by linking community and the school. Art in Education Programme is being introduced in NVS w.e.f. 1993. Different facets of Traditional and Contemporary Arts of Community are introduced as a part of activities. In addition to developing values of national Integration, students are trained and taught different art forms.

Objectives of Art in Education in NVS.

  • Inculcation of time tested and enduring universal values .

  • Community integration through Arts.

  • Exploring the community environment, local history, geography and tradition for over all social perspective and preservation of community heritage.

  • Providing opportunities through Art in Education for Social and National Development in which Art Education Acts as catalyst.

Main Activities of Art In Education Workshops

  • Values of National Integration and other Universal Values are inculcated amongst students through Art in Education.

  • Different Performing Art traditions, painting styles, crafts and theatre in education work have been taught to students in JNVs.

  • Traditional wisdom of our village societies is passed on to the students through songs, folk ballads, art and traditional theatre workshops.

  • Eminent personalities from the field of literary, visual, theatre and performing arts have been involved to train the students.

  • Renowned educationist and eminent personalities in public life are also associated for shaping leadership qualities.

Levels of implementing Art in Education Workshops.

  • Vidyalaya level.

  • Regional level.

  • National level.

 

After training the students through experts for a period of one month, the talents are being exhibited to the public at the 1rogramme level. Selected teams from all the States participate in the Regional Integration Meet which is being organized every year. Approximately around 500 students participate in the regional level, cultural and literary meet called Regional Integration meet. Teams selected from all the eight regions participate in the National Integration Meet, in which cultural and literary activities are given importance. The National Integration Meet offers opportunities for cross cultural exchange to NVS students coming from different corners of India.

During this year 2017-18 the following JNVs of the Region have been identified for the Art in Education Workshop on Land River and People and the trained students showcased their talents in the Regional Cultural Meet conducted at Bangalore Rrual on 04th Feb’2018.

 

S.No

Art Form

JNV Identified

Vicinity of River

1

Performing Art

JNV Palakkad

Bharatapuzha

2

Youth Choir/Theatre

JNV Yanam

Local Stream

3

Performing Art

JNV Trivendrum

Kallar Vamanapuram Karamana

4

Visual Art

JNV Pathanamthitta

Pamba, Manimala

5

Visual Art

JNV Bagalkot

Krishna

6

Visual Art

JNV Guntur

Krishna

7

Creative writing

JNV Ernakulam

Periyar, Arabian Sea

8

Creative writing

JNV E.Godavari-I

Godavari River