NAVODAYA Vidyalaya Employees - Raising Voices

NAVODAYA Vidyalaya Employees - Raising Voices

NAVODAYA Vidyalaya Employees Welfare Samiti will raise some issues before CAT (Central Administrative Tribunal)

According to Malay Pathak, President of NAVODAYA Vidyalaya Employees Welfare Samiti, employees of Vidyalayas were reeling under pressure due to extra workload.

he added that such conditions are in all the branches of total 544 Navodaya Vidyalayas across the country, separate staff should work in residential schools and teacher should discarge from duties after teaching hours, but most of us knew that teachers of Navodya Vidyalayas were being used as hostel wardens in the name of housemasters. One keynote is that the Navodya Vidyalya Samiti had not fixed hours for teachers or other employees.


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Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalayas Outstanding Results

Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalayas was among the three best schools run by Central Government to produce outstanding results in X and XIIth Class,along with KV and Central Tibetan, all schools have CBSE Examinations.

For XIIth standard, Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalayas ranked third (90.24 %) in all CBSE School, first was Kendriya Vidyalayas (92.89 %) followed by Central Tibetan Schools (91.71 %). These Government schools are way ahead from other private schools, whose average pass percentage is just 82.35 %.

For Xth standard, Navodaya Vidyalayas stood first with (91.14 %) followed by Kendriya Vidyalayas (90.63 %), this is even brighter with average score to be 77.16 % for all CBSE schools.


Kendriya Vidyalaya girls have topped the position of highest individual scores, One student of the Central Tibetan school in Darjeeling Scored 100 % in Science.


For Navodaya Vidyalayas, Hyderabad topped the position with 97.5 pass % in Class X and 97.82 % in Class XII, then Rajasthan with 94.45 % in Class X followed by Chandigarh with 93.94 % in Class XII.

Total 104 Navodaya Vidyalayas Scored 100 % pass in class XII
and 69 Navodaya Vidyalayas scored 100 % in class X.





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QUOTAS - cure is worse than the disease."

"QUOTAS - this cure is worse than the disease."

( this is a slogan at on the wall at All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) )

Eventhough the srike was called off, we all now knew that the this campaing got more hits then any thing in last 10 years, under the banner of Youth for Equality - a forum initiated by students of five medical colleges. one of the spokesman ( for Youth for Equality) said that while the doctors had decided to call off, Delhi University, IIT - Delhi and many more will would continue the protests.

Now , At some distance from this protest some held their own campaining place too, Calling themselves "Youth for Equal Opportunity",
Dr. Sukhbir Singh Badhal is one of them.

Badhal is a SC member a village in Haryana. His father was earning between Rs.60 and Rs.100 a day. Badhal got into a Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya, run under a scheme started by the Rajiv Gandhi government to help under-privileged children, and graduated with a specialisation in life sciences. He then completed his MBBS from a government college in Rohtak, and is at present in his final year in post-graduate specialisation in Lab Medicine on a reserved seat.

Badhal says that his career improved the lives of most members of his family. His younger brothers can now afford to attend private school, and his father no longer has to work as a labourer. His companion at the rally, Dr. Sandeep Sabarwal, is another example of how reservation works. An OBC member from Sonipat district in Haryana, Sabarwal also made it to an undergraduate medical college in Rohtak through a reservation. He topped the general category All India Post Graduate Entrance Examination for a Masters in Dental Surgery last year. "As AIIMS had no reservation for OBCs, I gave the General Exam and topped it," he says. "But without reservation in my undergraduate course, I would never have made it." Unfortunately, the narrow parameters of the reservation debate have ensured that reserved category students shall continue to fight accusations of inability and incompetence. "If you get into college through reservation and do badly, it's because you don't deserve to be here," remarks an OBC student. "And if you do well, then you are not `truly backward'. It seems we are incompetent by definition."


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