Navodian Awarded with Scholarship

VIII Class student of Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya, Pakyong is proud Navodian

Deepak Tamang has bagged a scholarship in the National Talent Search Examination conducted by the National Council of Educational Research Training (NCERT).

Deepak Tamang will be awarded Rs 500 every month till Class X, Rs 700 during his Plus Two course, Rs 2,000 at the graduation and Rs 5,000 at the post graduation level.

Deepak is the only student from Sikkim and among the two from the North-east to get the national-level scholarship.


JNV South Tripura in News Again

The principal of Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya (South Tripura) is in news for Not so Good Reasons.

D. Gunasekharan, JNV Principal has been arrested on charges of sexually abusing a woman teacher, after the woman filled FIR.

JNV Students boycotted classes on Monday and went on rampage, destorying private establishments, they demanded severe punishment to the principal.

It is to note that a former principal of the same school is facing a life term for raping a teenage girl student.

More Navodaya For SC -ST Regions

The Centre on Thursday decided start 20 more Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalayas in 2008-09.

New JNVs will be opened in SC / ST areas.

Estimated budget of of Rs 431.80 crore was passed for creating these schoold.

Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalayas are ranked best schools affliated by CBSE and topped the chart in Class Xth and XIIth results.

JNV Class X students scored between 91 per cent in 2004 and 97.54 per cent this year.
Average percentage for private schools ranged from 84.8 per cent to 91.77 per cent while that of CBSE schools ranged between 76.6 to 87 per cent.

Class XII, JNV students scored an average of 87.7 per cent in 2004 as compared to 80.5 and 80.4 in private and CBSE schools respectively.

This year, the JNV percentage stood exceptionally high at 92.44 per cent compared with 81.7 and 80.9 for private and CBSE schools.

Navodaya News

Navodaya Schools - Linked by CenterPoint

A new common digital portal for 565 Navodaya Vidyalaya schools across the country will soon be online,

This will take load off from teachers and help students to interact with fellow students across schools.

A N Ramachandra Rao, deputy commissioner NVS announced the news on wednesday.

Rao explained how schools will be benefited when all schools are involved in a common objective, teachers might not give individual assignments, unit test and can schedule discussions with other schools. This portal will be made accessible to all teachers across 565 schools.

JNV are the best schools in India, JNV is administrated under direct supervision from Ministry of Human Resource Development,

The Navodaya Vidyalaya schools are affiliated to the CBSE. Established with the purpose of giving talented children from rural areas.

This software called "CenterPoint" is designed by Chennai-based Ventech Solutions.

The company will also provide a software called "Gateway" for teachers of class XII to help frame question banks.

A total of 30,000 questions would be fed into the computer for Maths, Physics, Computer Science and Biology.

On specifying the duration of a test, the software would generate a set of multiple choice questions that students can answer repeatedly.

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