ACADEMICS   

 

CBSE Results

A total of 28,987 students from 444 JNVs appeared for Class X Examination, whereas a total of 18,682  students from 369 JNVs took Class XII Examination during 2006-07. The pass percentage and firstclass percentage secured are as follows. In Class X results, NVS stands first (1st) amongst different systems of schools affiliated to CBSE.  In Class XII it is in second (2nd) position. 

CBSE Results of 2007

CLASS

Pass %

First Class %

Class X 96.41 77.04
Class XII 90.11 72.62
 

NVS Region- wise Details 

REGION BHOPAL CHANDIGARH HYDERABAD JAIPUR LUCKNOW PATNA PUNE SHILLONG

CLASS -X

Pass % 97.68 96.32 99.61 97.62 97.56 96.35 97.06 85.56
First Class % 78.76 68.43 91.21 71.37 80.09 78.76 82.42 52.87

CLASS -XII

Pass % 93.35 92.45 96.75 93.77 89.50 80.71 89.60 74.97
First Class % 97.39 70.93 85.47 77.75 71.68 59.29 73.60 44.00

 

 

 

Congratulations to JNVs with 100% pass and 100% first classes !

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. TRIVENDRUM 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

 

 

 

Congratulations ! NVS - National Toppers (First five Ranks)

Class X

SL. No.

Roll No.

Student's name

Total Marks (1-5)

%age

JNV - Distrctrict

State/UT

Region

Rank (NVS)

1

4127478

MITHUN JOY CHERAYIL

488

97.60

ERNAKULAM

KERALA

HYDERABAD

1

2

4127511

DILEEP C R

487

97.40

ERNAKULAM

KERALA

HYDERABAD

2

3

4119707

RAVINDRA P N

485

97.00

TUMKUR

KARNATAKA

HYDERABAD

3

4

4134804

ASWIN P KUMAR

485

97.00

PATANAMTITTA

KERALA

HYDERABAD

3

5

4123705

ASHA B M

483

96.60

BIDAR

KARNATAKA

HYDERABAD

4

6

4119294

H VEERESH

483

96.60

KOLAR

KARNATAKA

HYDERABAD

4

7

4127523

ANISHA MOL P G

483

96.60

ERNAKULAM

KERALA

HYDERABAD

4

8

5195893

GAURAV SINGH

483

96.60

AZAMGARH

UTTAR PRADESH

LUCKNOW

4

9

4164661

MUJAHETH MD

481

96.20

NIZAMABAD

ANDHRA PRADESH

HYDERABAD

5

10

4161592

DEVI PRASAD VELAMALA

481

96.20

SRIKAKULAM

ANDHRA PRADESH

HYDERABAD

5

11

4150607

SRUTHI MADHUSOODANAN

481

96.20

CANNANORE

KERALA

HYDERABAD

5

12

5112227

AMAR PRAKASH ROY

481

96.20

KHAGARIA

BIHAR

PATNA

5

 

 

CLASS - XII

 

 

 

 

 

 

1

4207470

CHANDRA SHEKAR D

480

96.00

MANDYA

KARNATAKA

HYDERABAD

1

2

4207643

SACHIN K GOWDA

479

95.80

HASSAN

KARNATAKA

HYDERABAD

2

3

4211859

ARUN MOHAN

477

95.40

ERNAKULAM

KERALA

HYDERABAD

3

4

4211862

CHANDRA SEKHAR S

476

95.20

ERNAKULAM

KERALA

HYDERABAD

4

5

4207836

SPOORTHI S  M

474

94.80

SHIMOGA

KARNATAKA

HYDERABAD

5

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.

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 : 

 

Maths Olympiad

 

 

Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti is a  state to feed Indian National Mathematics Olympiad(INMO)  competitions organised under the National Board of Higher Mathematics. 

 

A total of __ students took NVS level examination on NBHM paper  during December, 2006; Of  which the selected 15 students took. Indian National Mathematics Olympiad Examination organised by NBHM in 2007.

 

 

Prof.  Yashpal at JNV Vishakhapatnam - Science Congress in process

Navodaya 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. 

 

 


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.

Archery - JNV, Trischurr (Kerala)

 

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. 

Achievements in Sports and Games during 2006 -07

Games Venue Winner Regions
Volly Ball Patiala Chandigarh & Hyderabad
Kabadi Nalanda Hyderabad
Hand Ball Kapurthala Jaipur & Chandigarh
Cricket Sitapur Shillong
Archery Trissur Hyderabad
Table Tennis Wardha Hyderabad
Kho-Kho Vidisha Hyderabad & Bhopal
Judo G. B. Nagar Lucknow
Foot Ball Sonitpur Shillong
Hockey Sonitpur Patna
Basket Ball Wardha Bhopal & Hyderabad
Athletics Karnal Hyderabad

    

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. Samiti has a total cadet strength of 11,198 in 163 JNVs as on March, 2007.

JNV NCC Cadets of UP and Uttaranchal with Hon'ble Minister of Education Govt. of Uttaranchal

Samiti is recognized as a state   for Scouts and Guides activities by BHARAT SCOUTS & GUIDES.  Scouts & Guides are introduced in all the JNVs.  Every year many scouts & Guides of JNVs bring laurels by getting  Rajya Puraskar and Rashtrapati Awards.

As on March, 2007, 468 boys units and 464 girls units were functioning in JNVs. The strength of Scouts was 15,384 and strength of Guides was 14,826 totaling strength for Scouts and Guides cadets was 30,210 in 468 JNVs.

 

Achievements in NCC, Scouts and Guides

  • Scouts & Guides - 268 students from different regions participated in the adventure meet organised by Bharat Scouts & Guide Pachmarhi, Bhopal during 2006-07.

  • Special National Jamboree Meets 2006 was organised at JNV, Nadia(West Bengal) w.e.f. 2nd January to 7th January, 2007 where 156 participated from all over the country.

  • Children of JNVs attended Rajya Purskar Testing Camp  at Gonda, Gorakhpur(UP) , Rudrapur, Haridwar(Uttaranchal) and  at Kanpur Dehat(UP) during the year .

  • Children of Navodaya Vidyalayas celebrated important dates under Scouts and Guides banner.

  • Master Rafiq Sheikh got selected for Operation one - World 21st World Jamboree at UK during 2006-07.

Scouts and Guides -  JNV, Meerut (UP)

National Service Scheme

NSS activities are being started inJNVs with the help of Ministry of Youth Affairs & Sports.  NSS camps are being organised in some JNVs in some of the Regions.The same is being strengthened and all NVS  Regions are going to have these activities during 2007-08 

 

NSS - JNV, Pondicherry

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 adjudged for its best performance  gives performance at Delhi before  Hon’ble Minister of Parliamentary Affairs for applause of all the concerned.JNV Madhepura, Bihar has secured 1st position amongst all JNVs.  in the 10th Youth Parliament Competition 2006-07.

 

Youth Parliament in progress - JNV. Buldana (Maharashtra)

Pestalozzi Scholarship


Pestalozzi International Village a charity in England offers International Baccalaureate Diploma at Hasting College of Art and Technology for JNV students as scholarship. The selected students study at UK with complete expenditure met by Pestalozzi.

14 students from different JNVs have been selected so far for Pestalozzi Scholarship  during the period 2002 to 2006. Four students viz.  Master Shiv Krishana Lingla, JNV, Nazamabad (AP),  Km Dhanashree Patil, JNV, Satara (MS), Km Pratibha Chahan, JNV Sirmour (HP) and Master Abhishek Kumar Mishra, JNV, Purnia (Bihar) are selected during 2007-08 for this scholarship.

 

UK- India Education and Research Initiative (UKIERI)

Under UKIERI programme exchange of Principals & Teachers between UK Schools and JNVs,  by forming Cluster schools partnership, is taken up. British Council through UKIERI is providing a unique platform for sharing of education development and reforms, opportunities for dialogue and networking. Under this programme 10 Principal/ teachers from different JNVs of 5 different clusters have visited UK Schooks and UK teachers from 4 different clusters of schools have visited JNVs during the year 2006-07. 34 more Principal/teachers from different cluster JNVs are visiting UK school in the month of June-July 2007.

 

UKIERI - Kalbeliya Folk Dance by British Teachers ! - JNV, Rajsmand

Adolescence Edn. Training Session 

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. 

 

Local School Children are being given on hand training with computers at JNV - Panchkulla (Haryana)

Alumni Association

 

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 and are planning in this direction  "www.navodaya.net" has more details.

 

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. 

 

 

 

 

 The then Hon'ble Minister of HRD Sh. Arjun Singh with  

 Sh. O. N. Singh, the then Commissioner, NVS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

JNV Alumni welcoming  Sh. Md. Ali Ashraf Fatmi, 

the then Hon'ble Minister of State for HRD

Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti has organised 80 various workshops for JNV students during 2006-07 pertaining to the theme of the Girl Child, "APOORNA SE SAMPOORNA" .The Art in Education workshops on the theme of the Girl Child - "APOORNA SE SAMPOORNA" were followed by the National Integration Meet of 2006 held in December at National Bal Bhavan.  The NI Meet included a  Student Seminar on the Rights of the Girl child.   It was inaugurated by Smt. Santosh Yadav, and various eminent personalities such as Dr. Madhu Pant, Ms. Razia Abbasi, Swami Agnivesh   Sh. S.C. Khuntia, Joint Secretary, Deptt. of School Education & Literacy inaugurated the Traditional performing Art & Theatre Programme & Sh. Sudhakar Sharma, Secretary, Lalit Kala Akademi inaugurated the Art Exhibition on the Girl Child theme which included  students' works on female   foeticide.  

Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalayas (JNVs)

NVS gives utmost importance to Computer Aided Education in JNVs. JNVs are  well equipped with needed hardware and software in the recent past. Training is imparted to all the members of staff in general and to teaching faculty in particular.  Round the clock internet connection through VSAT connectivity is extended in a phased way. To facilitate classroom transaction more effectively and viably, e-contents are being developed by majority of JNVs. More than 200 websites are opened by the JNVs so far.  By and large Teachers and Students are using Information & Communication Technology  in Teaching – Learning Processes very enthusiastically. 

ICT Classes at JNV Mungehpur(Delhi)

As on date, 541 JNVs are covered under the programme and provided with computers, accessories and a computer teacher to ensure  Computer Education programme  go on successfully in these JNVs. Computer, pupil ration in NVS is 1 : 12.

 

  • All the JNVs are being provided with Internet facilities. 301 JNVs  are cleared for VSAT Internet connectivity; Of these 201JNVs are already having VSAT Internet connectivity and they have access to 24 hours Internet connection.

  • A minimum 40 Computers to the existing 33 Smart School JNVs .

  • A minimum 36 Computers to JNVs having permanent buildings.

  • A Minimum of 11 Computers to JNVs running in temporary sites.

  • Multimedia Projector to each Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalayas.

  • Most of the JNVs have developed their own websites.

  • Hands on Trainings given to all the staff of JNVs make use of ICT in classroom transactions effectively.

  • Samiti organises Video Multicasting with the help of ERNET India, New Delhi periodically

  • Samiti published and put to use computer text books for teachers/students in JNVs.

  • Established collaboration with Intel, Microsoft, Confederation of Indian Industry (CII), Oracle, Azim Premji Foundation, Bhartiya Jain Sanghatan for effective implementation of ICT in JNVs. 

  • Computer Literacy Program to neighbourhood school children during summer holiday Navodaya Computer Labs were opn for training of local school children. As on date more than 5000 local students have undergone such training. 

  • Students and teachers are excellent themselves in different ICT competition at National and International level. 

  • Samiti encourages JNVs  to participate actively in large number of IT / ICT related contests. It is also providing data, guidance and regular followup with JNVs.

  • As such, Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalayas have been participating in many Contests/ Quiz being organized by Government Organisations/MNCs/States at various levels. Students and Teachers of many JNVs are bringing laurels while bagging these prestigious awards . 

 

Achievements - Awards

 

 

Computer Literacy Excellence Awards (CLEA) for schools have been sponsored by Ministry of Communication and Information Technology, Department of Information Technology since past few years. Our JNVs have been consistently getting more and more awards every year. 

Seven Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalayas viz. East Godavari, Andhra Pradesh;  Saharsa, Bihar ; Karnal, Haryana;  Shimla, Himachal Pradesh;  Kasargod, Kerala; Raisen, Madhya Pradesh; Priyakalapet, Pondicherry have won the award at State Level (Government/Municipal Schools Category) in the contest CLEA – 2004. The award comprises a trophy alongwith a cash prize of Rs.1.5 lakhs.  Out of these JNVs JNV East Godavari and JNV Pondicherry have won the National Award by bagging 1st Runner up JNV- East Godavari– Rs.5 lakh and 2nd Runner up JNV-Pondicherry Rs.3lakh).

 

Awards were presented by the then Hon’ble Minister for IT Sh. Raja,  in colourful ceremony held on 18th October, 2007 at Vigyan Bhawan, New Delhi.

 

A total of 13 JNVs (out of total 26 schools under Government sector through out India) have got Computer Literacy Excellence Awards for 2005 which has been just announced. We congratulate these JNVs :  All these 13 JNVs got a cash prize of Rs. 1.5 lacs each apart from trophies. The list of these JNVs are given below. Of these 13 JNVs, the three JNVs viz. (i) JNV, Shimoga got Ist place in the category and bagged an additional cash prize of Rs. 7.00 lacs. (ii) JNV, Vizag, (iii) JNV, Sambalpur won 2nd place and 3rd place respectively in the category and got additional cash prizes of Rs. 5.00 lacs and 3.00 lacs respectively 

 

Visakhpatnam(Andhra Pradesh), Kathihar (Bihar ),South Goa (Goa ), Bhavnagar (Gujarat),Faridabad (Haryana),Mesra, Ranchi (Jharkhand ), Shimoga (Karnataka),Palakkad (Kerala ), Hoshangabad  (Madhya Pradesh) ,Washim (Maharashtra ),Sambalpur (Orissa),Chandigarh ( Chandigarh) and Yanam (Pundicherry)

Sh. Champak Chattarjee, Edn. Secy(SE&L) and Sh. O. Naba Kishore Singh,Commissioner NVS talking to one of the awardees of Intel Technology Awards Held on Feb'07

Joint Contest Organised by Intel – NVS on Best Practices of Technology Integration in Education

Since last three years  Joint Contest organised by Intel India and Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti to identify “Best Practices of Technology Integration in Education“.  There are three separate category of awards constituted viz. School, Teacher and Student.

 

E-Shiksha Awards

E-Shiksha Awards given away by Dr. Abdul Kalam, Hon'ble ex-President of India to NVS Teachers.

Two teachers, Mr. Vivekanada Ghosh from JNV Silvasa and Mr. R.G. Deshpande from JNV Shimoga got best e-Teacher Awards. Sh. HNS Rao Dy. Commissioner(Acad.) was presented with a plaque for his constant support and guidance towards introducing e-Shiksha programme in rural based JNVs. 

Sh. HNS Rao, the then DC(Acad.) receiving a plaque for his support to the e-shiksha programme by CII

Mr. Vivekanand Ghosh from JNV - Sili(Dadra & Nagar Haveli) receiving the award from the then Hon'ble President of India Dr. Kalam Mr.R. G. Deshpande from JNV - Shimoga(Karnataka) receiving the award from the then Hon'ble President of India Dr.Kalam

 

Intel World Ahead Programme- MOU being signed by Samiti

National Award to Teachers 2005 :

Ministry of of HRD,  Government of India, awarded this prestigious National Award - 2005 to two teachers. The awardee teachers are Sh. D. K. Garg, TGT(Eng.), JNV Faizabad  and  Sh. D. P. Sharma, PGT (Eng.), JNV Amritsar

 

NVS National Awards to Principals, teachers and students 

As many as 34 teachers, 2 principals and 6 National toppers (students) in Class X and XII CBSE Exam.-2006 were given NVS National Awards for the year 2005-06 for their meritorious achievements and other fields. 

Awardee Students : National Toppers in Class X and Class 2006

Class X

1.                    Mast. Kevin Toms Skaria, JNV Idukki, Kerala ( 96.80%)

2.                    Mast. Shankar Lal Sharma, JNV Jaipur, Rajasthan ( 96.80%)

Master Shankar Lal Sharma

Class XII

1.                    Mast. Manoj Mohan, JNV Ernakulam, Kerala (96.80%)

2.                    Mast. Rahul R. Kutty, JNV Trissur, Kerala (92.20%)

3.                    Mast. Rajan Jhamb, JNV Ferozpur, Punjab 

4.                    Kum. Madhu B.D., JNV Mandya, Karnataka (92.20)

 

 

 

Awardee Teachers and Principals of JNVs December, 2006

TEACHERS/PRINCIPALS

1.                    Dr. Tariq Imran, PGT (Geo.), JNV, Chandigarh

2.                    Sh. Rajesh Kumar, PGT (Chem.), JNV, Hamirpur, H.P.

3.                    Sh. G.R. Chopade, PGT (Bio.), JNV, Kolhapur, M.S.

4.                    Sh. B.R. Mujawar, PGT (Eng.), JNV, Ahmednagar, Gujarat

5.                    Sh. Nand Lal, PGT (Geo.), JNV, Bahraich, U.P.

6.                    Sh. Mudit Saxena, PGT (Phy.), JNV, Jaunpur, UP

7.                    Sh. S.K. Jena, PGT (Maths), JNV, Cuttack, Orissa

8                    Sh. N. P. Namdeo, PGT (Phy.), JNV, Raipur, Chhattisgarh

9                    Sh. Rakesh Kumar, PGT (Maths), JNV, Bokaro, Jharkhand

10                  Sh. Bharat Prasad Chakroborti, PGT (Hindi), JNV, Purnia, Bihar

11                  Ms. Sonia, PGT (Eco.), JNV, Kaithal, Haryana

12                  Dr. T.K. Shukla, PGT (Hist.), JNV, Baran, Haryana

13                  Dr. R.K. Pandey, PGT (Hindi), JNV, W. Imphal Manipur

14                  Sh. T.I. Singh, PGT (Chem.), JNV, W. Imphal Manipur

15                  Ms. Ramani K., PGT (Bio.), JNV, Mandya Karnataka

16                    Ms. Inderjeet Tomar, TGT (S.Sci.), JNV Shimla, HP

17                    Sh. Anup Kumar, TGT (Maths), JNV Mandi, HP

18                    Sh. B.M. Choudhari, TGT (Eng.), JNV Kolhapur, MS

19                    Sh. V. Gosh, TGT (Eng.), JNV Silvassa, D&N Haveli

20                    Sh. Avadhesh Singh, TGT (Hindi), JNV Behraich, UP

21                    Sh. K. Sudhakar, TGT (Telugu), JNV W. Godawari, UP

22                    Smt. Alka Nayak, TGT (Oriya), JNV Khurda, Orissa

23                    Sh. Pradipta Kumar Pal, TGT (Eng.), JNV Cuttack, Orissa

24                    Sh. Balistar Prasad, TGT (S.Sci.), JNV Bokaro, Jharkhand

25                    Ms. Renua, TGT (Eng.), JNV Purnia, Bihar

26                    Sh. Abdul Aziz, TGT (Maths), JNV Tonk Rajasthan

27                    Smt. Rajni Awasthi, TGT (Sci.), JNV Jaipur, Rajasthan

28                    Smt. Mukta Ratnak Setia, Music Teacher, JNV Sangrur, Punjab

29                    Sh. Harinderjit Singh, Art Teacher, JNV Ferozpur, UP

30                    Ms. Pushpa Pandey, PET, JNV Baharaich, UP

31                    Sh. G. Ashok, Art Teacher, JNV Adilabad, AP

32                    Sh. Krishna Nandan Pradad Singh, PET, JNV Samastipur, Bihar

33                    Smt. Shail Trivedi, Music Teacher, JNV Katihar, Bihar

34                    Sh. Mukesh Jain, Music Teacher, JNV Morena, MP

35                    Sh. B.A. Main Darge, Principal, JNV Latur, Maharashtra

36                    Sh. Kuldeep Singh Guleria, Principal, JNV Hamirpur, HP

 

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