CBSE Results of 2008

 

 

 

 

Class

Pass %

X

100

XII

100

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CLASS X (2008) AND CLASS XII (2009)

A letter from Shri.B.Anand, IAS, commissioner, Navodaya Vidyalaya samiti

YEARWISE COMPARISON OF CLASS AVERAGES OF CBSE RESULTS - CLASS X

Year

English

Malayalam

Maths

Science

S.ST

Hindi

School Average

PASS %

2006

79

91.6

75.7

73

79.8

79.82

98.77

2007

83.88

92.3

85.13

79.83

86.03

92.20

85.75

100

2008

83.38

93.85

73.85

80.93

81.28

87.1

83.08

100

 

YEARWISE COMPARISON OF CLASS AVERAGES OF CBSE RESULTS - CLASS XII

Year

English

Maths

Physics

Chemistry

Biology

Computer

Malayalam

Hindi

School Average

PASS %

2008

76.94

69.13

72.94

74.71

82.04

   

87.1

75.15

100

2009

87.15

75.03

80.64

79.36

89.05

77.4
93.90

87.1

75.15

100

 

Congratulations to JNVs with 100% pass and 100% first classes! (2007 RESULTS)

(From the web site (www.navodaya.gov.in) of Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti, New Delhi)

SL

JNV  District

State

Regions

(A)

CLASS - X

 

 

 

 

 

 

1.

MANDSAUR

MADHYA PRADESH

BHOPAL

2.

BUDGAM

JAMMU & KASHMIR

CHANDIGARH

3.

SRIKAKULAM

ANDHRA PRADESH

HYDERABAD

4.

DEVANGERE

KARNATAKA

HYDERABAD

5.

TRIVANDRUM

KERALA

HYDERABAD

6.

SATARA

MAHARASHTRA

PUNE

7.

PHEK

NAGALAND

SHILLONG

 

 

 

 

(B)

CLASS - XII

 

 

1.

CHAMBA

HIMACHAL PRADESH

CHANDIGARH

2.

KANGRA

HIMACHAL PRADESH

CHANDIGARH

3.

SHIMLA

HIMACHAL PRADESH

CHANDIGARH

4.

ANANTNAG

JAMMU & KASHMIR

CHANDIGARH

5.

BARAMULLA

JAMMU & KASHMIR

CHANDIGARH

6.

BUDGAM

JAMMU & KASHMIR

CHANDIGARH

7.

SRIKAKULAM

ANDHRA PRADESH

HYDERABAD

8.

WARANGAL

ANDHRA PRADESH

HYDERABAD

9.

BIJAPUR

KARNATAKA

HYDERABAD

10.

CHAMARAJ NAGAR

KARNATAKA

HYDERABAD

11.

CHICKMANGALUR

KARNATAKA

HYDERABAD

12.

KOLAR

KARNATAKA

HYDERABAD

13.

RAICHUR

KARNATAKA

HYDERABAD

14.

SHIMOGA

KARNATAKA

HYDERABAD

15.

ALAPPUZHA

KERALA

HYDERABAD

16.

ERNAKULAM

KERALA

HYDERABAD

17.

PALGHAT

KERALA

HYDERABAD

18.

PONDICHERRY(KALAPET)

PONDICHERRY

HYDERABAD

19.

NASHIK

MAHARASHTRA

PUNE

 

Migration and Three Language Formula

Migration - Exchange program of 30% of students at Class IX level for a year between linked JNVs from different linguistic regions is an important feature of the Samiti to promote National Integration. This scheme provides for implementation of the Three Language Formula. The third language taught in Hindi speaking districts is linked with the migration of Students. In the Hindi speaking districts, the third language taught in  Navodaya Vidyalayas is the language of the 30% students migrating to that Vidyalaya from non-Hindi regions. This language is compulsory for all. In the non-Hindi regions, Navodaya Vidyalayas follow the normal Three Language Formula i.e. regional language, Hindi and English.

 

This year, 8 boys and 5 girls are migrated from JNV, Saharanpur, Uttar Pradesh. Same no. of students are migrated from our vidyalaya to JNV, Saharanpur.

Continuous Comprehensive Evaluation

Education is a unique investment and accountability is possible only through a well planned mechanism of assessment with reference to its objectives. Examination in its traditional sense has failed to achieve the objectives of education. Introduction of the Scheme of Continuous Comprehensive Evaluation is, therefore, the only alternative to de-emphasis the system of external examinations. The Scheme has been introduced effectively in all the JNVs since 1989-90 with the following objectives : 

  1. To make evaluation an integral part of teaching learning process.
  2. To use evaluation for improvement of students achievement and teaching learning strategies on the basis of regular diagnosis followed by  remedial instructions.
  3. To make a sound judgment and to plan timely strategies on the basis of regular diagnosis followed by the remedial instructions. 
  4. To facilitate sound judgment and to take timely decisions about the learner, learning process and the learning environment. 
  5. To maintain desired standard for performance using evaluation as a quality control device.
To provide scope for self-evaluation by teachers and students. Special training has been provided to the Principals and teachers to ensure maintenance of CCE records in proper order.

Maths Olympiad

Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti is a  state to feed Indian National Mathematics Olympiad(INMO)  competitions organised under the National Board of Higher Mathematics. As per the letter no. F.No. 7-29/NVS(HQ)/ 2008-09,  dated 14-08-2008, we have conducted the ‘Maths Olympiad Training Programme’ for  students of various JNVs  in Kerala from 01/09/08 to 07/09/08. Twenty eight participants whose details are given below attended the programme.


Sl.No.

Name of the student

Name of JNV

Class

1

Athul.R

JNV, Kollam

XI

2

Vishnu S Dharan

JNV, kollam

XI

3

Vishnu M Nair

JNV, Alappuzha

XI

4

Arun S

JNV, Alappuzha

XI

5

Alka Elizabeth

JNV, Pathanamthitta

XI

6

Delan Thomas

JNV, Pathanamthitta

XI

7

Jobin Jacob

JNV, Kottayam

XI

8

Aison Joseph

JNV, Idukki

XI

9

Afsal A.I

JNV, Idukki

XI

10

Asheem K.N

JNV, Malappuram

XI

11

Athira George

JNV, Malappuram

XI

12

Aleena R.S

JNV, Calicut

XI

13

Divya Antoney

JNV, Calicut

XI

14

Sandeep.P

JNV, Trichur

XI

15

Vimal K.V

JNV, Trichur

XI

16

Rahul V

JNV, Palakkad

XI

17

Anumod C

JNV, Palakkad

XI

18

Priya T Nair

JNV, Kannur

XI

19

Jithin K.K

JNV, Kannur

XI

20

Pranav Raj.T

JNV, Kasaragod

XI

21

Ajith K.P

JNV, Kasaragod

XI

22

Rahul R

JNV, Trivandrum

XI

23

Adarsh V.S

JNV, Trivandrum

XI

24

Abhilash M.J

JNV, Ernakulam

XI

25

Dipin Thomas

JNV, Ernakulam

XI

26

Vijin Venu

JNV, Trivandrum

XII

27

Ajith R.J

JNV, Trivandrum

XII

28

Aneesharaj

JNV, Trivandrum

XII

 
The programme started on 01-09-08 at 10.00 a.m. with the inauguration by Dr. A.Vijaya kumar, Dept. Of Cochin University of Science & Technology and the Regional Co-ordinator of Maths Olympiad. He had thrown lights on various levels of Mathematics Olympiad. He introduced  Number Theory, Combinatorics and Algebra to the students.There were effective sessions on Number Theory, Algebra, Geometry  and  Combinatorics by the Resource persons from J.N.V.Kottayam, J.N.V.Palghat  and J.N.V. Trivandrum.                                            

    

Navodaya Childrens' Science Congress

In order to promote Science and Mathematics in general and to give an opportunity to the talented science and math children of JNVs to interact with Scientists, Mathematicians and professional in the field, a week long program called Science congress is ogranised by all NVS Regions each year. During the science congress many notable personalities from the field of Science and Technology are invited to share their thoughts to motivate young scientists of JNVs. 

This year, JNV, Trivandrum will host Regional Childrens Science Congress at Rajiv Gandhi Centre for Bio-Techology, Trivandrum.

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Prof.  Yashpal at JNV Vishakhapatnam - Science Congress in process

Activities to promote Development of personality of children

The thrust on academic excellence in the classroom has been accompanied by an effort to build up the Vidyalayas as co-educational residential institutions, giving importance to the all round development of the child.  The House System of Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalayas, functions as an effective instrument for the development of the personality of the students. It creates team spirit, by involving students in a variety of co curricular activities. The inter house competitions in literary activities,  games, sports & art in education activities help students to groom themselves into competent & self-confident individuals. The value of dignity of labour & concern for environment is sought to be incorporated by self help activities that are part & parcel of the daily schedule of all Vidyalayas. Teachers as House Masters or House Mistress establish close rapport with students and provide them needed  support.

Sports & Games

Games and Sports  are encouraged in JNVs to develop fitness, physical and neuromuscular skills  and to promote the spirit of cooperation and  sportsmanship.  Samiti organizes  school level, cluster level, regional level and national level competitions in sports and games every year.  Facilities for many sports and games viz. Volley Ball, Basket Ball, Table Tennis, Football, Kabadi, Kho-Kho, etc. are provided to all JNVs.  Archery, Judo and Gymnastics are also encouraged in some of the JNVs situated in the tribal areas of the country  where the same are popular  sports.

Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti is a state under School Games Federation of India and the Navodaya National teams compete with other state teams under SGFI banner.  The progress made by Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti on sports  front is commendable.Multigyms are being provided to JNVs in a phased way and as on date 160 JNVs have Multigyms.

NCC, Scouts and Guides

NCC is being introduced in JNVs in a phased manner.  Several NCC cadets from the JNVs have excelled themselves and brought laurels  and have  represented NVS in several districts/state and national level rallies/parades/competitions.Mr. Nelson Mathew and Mrs. Radhalekshmi are the incharge of the Scouts and guides activities in JNV Trivandrum.

Scouts and Guides of JNV, Trivandrum.

Youth Parliament

In order to enable the children  to understand the democratic  values in all spheres of life, Samiti has introduced Youth Parliament Programme in  JNVs.  Every year competitions are held school-wise, region-wise and at national level.  The team performed before Hon’ble Member of Parliament Shri. Varkala Radhakrishan on 11/12/2007.

Adolescence Education Programme

Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti is organising Adolescent Education Programme in collaboration with UNFPA, NCERT and MHRD in 500 Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalayas. Emphasis is given to life skill education and awareness regarding process of growing up, HIV, AIDS, substance abuse, etc. are taken up. Training program to teachers, principals and officers of the Samiti are ogranised who in turn ensure effective implementation of Adolescence Education activities in JNVs though well organised co-curricular activities

Pace Setting activities

Navodaya Vidyalaya Scheme  envisages JNVs  as  pace-setting institutions and centres of Excellence.JNVs provide opportunities for children of neighbouring schools through sharing of facilities.  Interaction of staff and students of Navodaya Vidyalaya  with their counterparts in neighbouring schools, paricipation in joint community efforts, adoption of  villages for awareness programmes etc.are some of the pace settig activies undertaken by Navodaya Vidyalayas.

Alumni Association

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JNVs organise JNV Alumni meetings on the 1st Sunday of December every year. JNV Alumni are entering the main streams and bringing laurels to Alma Matter by excelling themselves in the field they have chosen in National and International  arena.Allumni are very enthuastic to help JNVs in many ways.

ART IN EDUCATION

Art in Education programme is an expansion of the Samiti’s pace-setting activities.  Besides providing an opportunity for students to inculcate nationalistic values through cross cultural interchange, it also emphasizes upon educational enrichment and integration with the community in which the Vidyalaya is located. Eminent personalities from the fields of the Literature, Arts and Sciences are invited to interact with students.  Students receive training in traditional art under the tutelage of traditional Gurus and contemporary Theatre Directors.  Under this programme, a National Integration Meet is organised every year in which children and teachers from Navodaya Vidyalayas all over the country participate. The Art in Education programme also aims at strengthening universal values and promoting group activities whereby joy of learning is achieved.  It aims at personality development of students by emphasizing result oriented activity for the children.