The successive academic
results of JNVs in public examinations conducted by CBSE and the records
about placement of students after passing out from the Vidyalayas are a
clear pointer that the Samiti is moving in the right direction. The
results of Class X and XII examinations of JNVs have been consistently
better than the overall CBSE national averages.
Medium Of Instruction
In view of the (act that most of the students admitted were taught earlier
through the medium of the mother-tongue/regional language, instruction is
provided through the same medium up to Class VIII during which time
intensive teaching of Hindi & English both as language subjects and
co-media are undertaken through skilful use of the media and modern
techniques of teaching languages, so that switch over to Hindi/English
after Class VII or VIII presents no difficulty. Thereafter the common
medium in all Navodaya Vidyalayas is Hindi for Social Studies and English
for Mathematics and Science.
Three Language Formula
The Scheme of Navodaya Vidyalayas provides for implementation of the Three
Language Formula. The third language taught in non Hindi speaking
districts is linked with the migration of Students. In the non Hindi
speaking districts, the third language taught in a Navodaya Vidyalaya is
the language of the 30% students migrating to that Vidyalaya from Hindi
regions. This language is compulsory for all. In the Hindi regions,
Navodaya Vidyalayas follow the normal Three Language Formula i.e. regional
language, Hindi and English. In our school "Hindi"
is the third language.
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
To make evaluation an integral part of teaching learning process.
To use evaluation for improvement of students achievement and
teaching learning strategies on the basis of regular diagnosis followed by
To make a sound judgment and to plan timely strategies on the basis
of regular diagnosis followed by the remedial instructions.
To maintain desired standard for performance using evaluation as a
quality control device.
To facilitate sound judgment and to take timely decisions about the
learner, learning process and the learning environment.
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.
Computer Education Programme
Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya, Rayagada has a very good Computer lab with
full time internet facility. Almost all teachers are trained from reputed
computer companies such as INTEL, MICROSOFT etc. They are providing
education through computer effectively to the children. The full- fledged
computer lab with 24 – hour high speed LAN connectivity for internet and
various multimedia facility makes learning a pressure. The computer centre
has several multimedia a title on various subjects. Various computer
applications are thought to children as per the prescription of NCERT. The
computers are installed with latest software and applications and they are
upgraded regularly. The computer lab and its infrastructure represents our
focus on development of IT skills of the n which is nowadays treated as
the one of the basic skills 2 computers kept separately for explanation
and showing of various hardware parts to the fresher’s.
Introduction and objective Health Club is constituted in vidyalaya to
aware the students about their health. Students are informed about
communicable and non-communicable disease from time to time.
Creation of health cards for students.
Slogan competition on health.
FIRST AID demonstration.
Poster competition on HIV/AIDS.
Yoga and meditation classes.
Planting, sapling and trees.
Fire Brigade demonstration.
Knowledge about traffic rules.
Knowledge about how to handle peer pressure.
Health news display.
The Vidyalaya is affiliated to CBSE New Delhi and students of Class X and
XII appear AISSCE respectively in the 1st week of March of the year.
Non-Board class promotion is through CCE(Comprehensive Cumulative
Unit Test: Under CCE (Comprehensive Cumulative
Evaluation) system students appear 08 Unit Test (one test in month) for
1st Terminal Exam: Generally held in the month of October
2nd Terminal Exam: It is held in the 3rd week of March
Oral/Quiz/Project: Tests are also held in each term in
each subject. Results of Non-Board appearing classes is published on 31st
March of the year.