Navodaya Topped CBSE 10th - 2008 Results

JNV's has Topped in 12th and 10th chart in CBSE 2008 Results

Prestigious Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalayas (JNVs) Topped CBSE 10 Class Chart with a pass percentage of 97.54 percent.

The central schools are second at 96.07 and the independent private schools have a pass percentage of 91.77 percent.

Mr. P.K.Sharma , the assistant commissioner of Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti (that runs JNVs) was happy man, as kids performed brilliant in 10th and 12th classes. he said that "The consistent effort of our teachers and regular review of students performance led to our success. Our schools are co-ed and residential schools. This helps us to keep a tab on every student and their performance".

CBSE Spokesman Ganguly said 97.54 students of Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalayas, Kendriya Vidyalayas registered 96.07 Percent, government schools has 75.31 and government aided schools got 72.57.

Congratulations to Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya

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CBSE 10 Class Examination Results

CBSE 10 Class Examination Results

Whooping 87 per cent candidates cleared CBSE 10 Class Examination on Thursday, no surprises as the with girls again had overtook boys.

Pass percentage of girls is 87.96 per cent compared to that of boys which is 86.46 per cent

Chennai region is the highest pass per cent of around 95.26 , lowest is of Guwahati region 57.29 per cent.

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Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya Topped the CBSE 12 School Chart

Again it was proved on friday that the Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalayas (JNV) Students performed better than other schools across India , results of Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) Class 12 examination were declared on Friday.

CBSE 12th Examination has overall pass percentage as 80.91.

CBSE chairman Ashok Ganguly declared that the pass percentage of JNVs is a whopping 92.44 percent followed by 91 percent in Kendriya Vidyalayas (KV), Clearly JNV has topped the rank chart.

Ganguly also praised the continuous good quality teaching in JNVs said that it has helped them overtake KV and occupy number one position in the performance of school category in CBSE 12th Examination.

Wishing Good Luck to Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalayas (JNV)  and Congratulations to All Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya Students.

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CBSE 12 RESULTS - JNV ON TOP

Just like every year, this year too Girls have outshine boys in the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) Class 12 results.

JNVites are proud as Kendriya Vidyalaya and Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya schools had a pass percentage of over 91 percent, and Government and private schools attained a pass percentage of just over 80 percent.

As North India managed to get just over 75 percent, Chennai zone scored whooping 92 percent passs out ratio in the CBSE Class 12 examination. About 550,000 students had taken the exam in this zone, this zone includes Tamil Nadu, the Andaman & Nicobar Islands, Goa, Kerala, Maharashtra and Karnataka. 

On the other side of the story, hundreds of nervous students and anxious parents are calling help lines and psychiatrists for counseling.

One such counseling service received almost 25 calls per day since last three days. A leading psychiatrist said parents should understand the pressure and should not engage children and students in percentage race.

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CBSE 12 Results - JNV Shines again

CBSE 12 Results - JNV Shines again

Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya Has hold its second position just after Kendriya Vidyalaya  in the CBSE Class 12th Results,

Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya managed to grab percentage of 91.14 per cent against a pass percentage of 91.65 per cent for KV's.


The subject-wise pass percentage for boys is 77 per cent as against 85.98 per cent for girls.
As girls fared much better than boys, they also helped to push overall pass percentage to 80.80 per cent.

Detailed result of the examination is available on CBSE's website

http://www.cbseresult.nic.in
http://www.cbse.nic.in

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JNV Student won Award at Intel International Science and Engineering Fair

Union Minister for Science & Technology and Earth Sciences, Shri Kapil Sibal felicitated Eight young scholars for their innovative projects, which won recognition for the country at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF), the largest science competition for pre-college students, held this year at Atlanta, USA.

Mr. Sibal announced yet another initiative called Regional Innovation Science Hubs for Inventors, RISHI, to promote scientific temper in the country.

Lavanya Giriraj of the Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya, Mandya won the American Society for Horticultural Science Award of $500 for her project on Natural Color from Ixora Flowers.

As the world's only International science fair, ISEF is a unique platform for students to demonstrate their prowess across all life sciences. ISEF is organized by the Society for Science and is sponsored by Intel since 1996. Started in 1950, with 30 participants from the US with prizes in the form of scholarships for US $1,000, Intel ISEF today receives participation from over 50 countries and 1,500 participants, with prizes exceeding US $4 million.
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Ph. D. On jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya

A JNV Nizamsagar's (Andhra pradesh) first batch student Vani Gaddam completed Ph. D on Navodaya vidhyalayas at Utah State university, USA.

Her topic of Thesis was  "BELIEFS AND PRACTICES RELATED TO GIFTEDNESS IN NAVODAYA VIDYALAYAS"

Dissertation is available at http://www.jeevani.org

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Redefining Education - Navodaya Way

Me and My mind: Redefining Education: "a school which doesnt focus on creating IITians but focus on creating scientists ( One who is able to see/appreciate the physics than just remembering physics). Schools should not focus on creating clerks only..rather they should focus on making an inquisitive mind with understanding of subject."

Bad Food Forces Student to Fled

Navodaites are known for their skills and active participation across the country, These Students are a major contributor of talent pool across the country.

however since the start of these schools, infrastructure has always been a problem, even in my navodaya time (1989-1993) we faced almost all infrastructure issues which a villager has to go through, blame it on the pilferage of the cash or the intentional mis-use of the grant from the government, student never got what govt wants them to have and what the students were dreaming.

In a recent news, almost 120 students of Farhanpur fled away from hostel after having a real bad food, worse behavior from authorities was the point of no return for them, these students of Class 10 scaled the wall of Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya Farhanpur and took refuge in a Gurdwara.

Children says they were angered at the qualify of food being served to them and also the behavior of the authority (including principal), when they protested about the food.

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