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Academic Excellence

 

In Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalayas, all out efforts are made to develop competencies among students in scholastic and non-scholastic areas of education which leads to effective personality development of each child. Indicated below in the comparison of average pass percentage of NVS that of other school systems like Kendriya Vidyalayas and independent schools wherein Navodaya’s average pass percentage is significantly higher than the national average of other schools affiliated to CBSE.

 

COMPARISON OF RESULTS WITH OTHER SCHOOL SYSTEMS


CLASS X


  NAME OF THE

  INSTITUTION

 2004-05

 2005-06

 2006-07

 2007-08

2008-09

2009-10

2010-11

  CBSE

 74.60

 77.16

 84.44

 87.08

88.84

89.28

96.61

  NVS

 90.82

 91.13

 96.41

 97.54

97.84

98.55

99.52

  KVS

 89.62

 90.63

 95.64

 96.07

9.3596.35

96.87

99.30

  Independent

 85.87

 85.94

 91.81

 91.77

 81.89

91.79

98.75



CLASS XII


NAME OF THE

INSTITUTION

2004-05

2005-06

2006-07

2007-08

2008-09

2009-10

2010-11

CBSE

77.80

79.55

80.64

80.91

81.00

79.87

81.71

NVS

87.08

90.24

90.11

92.44

94.09

95.31

96.89

KVS

92.47

92.89

93.14

91.00

91.32

91.13

93.38

Independent

81.28

82.35

82.29

81.68

80.94

79.42

81.63



 

STUDENTS’ PROFILE


To provide a progressive and forward looking school system in the rural areas, the scheme provides for a reservation of 75% students from the rural areas. Reservation to SC, ST students is in proportion to their population subject to a minimum of national average of these categories. 33% seats are reserved for girl students.


The percentage of students belonging to SC/ST categories, in the Navodaya Vidyalayas is well above the national norms (15% SC & 7.5% ST).


Thus the JNVs are serving rural students, specially girls, SC & ST students in the excess of national average. This has also been appreciated by the Standing Committee of Parliament of the Ministry of Human Resource Development.