Co curricular activities
While striving hard towards excellence in
academics, the co curricular activities, extra curricular activity and
sports and games are also given similar importance.
The various Co curricular activities under taken are:
- literary clubs for English, Kannada and Hindi
languages promote various skills in respective languages and they train
our students to take part in various competitions like Quiz, essay
writing, debate and elocution.
Computer Club, Medical Club, Readers Club
Subject promoting activities
- promote the interest to develop more
talent and skills tin the subjects like Mathematics, Science and Social
IT based activity
- enable the children to take part in Cyber Olympiads
and other IT based competitions.
- enable our children to learn art and music in its
Extra curricular Activities:
The various extra curricular activities include:
N C C- Our Vidyalaya provides NCC training for
Guides - a unit of Scouts and Guides is functioning
Pace setting activities are under taken to enable the nearby schools
to emulate the work done in our Vidyalaya.
- National Green Corps (NGC)
Sports and Games
Regular Physical Training in the morning and
athletics and games in the afternoon are part of the routine. Special
coaching programmes are conducted in athletics and games in order to
enable the students in outside participation. Some of our glittering
achievements in these areas are:
The Vidyalaya imparts training in various
literary activities like composing, story writing, essay writing,
oratory, recitation and Quiz programmes. Inter house competitions are
also held in these areas.
Arts & Music
A lot of stress is given in the areas of art
and music in order to nurture the talents of students in these areas.
The students participate in competitions conducted by various
organizations and regularly win prizes.
A Painting and Sculpture workshop was held
during the autumn break and you all have seen the creative work by our
budding talents in the Arts & sculpture exhibition.
Our students have participated in cluster level science exhibition and
they have been sent to the Regional level exhibition.
The Vidyalaya library has a total of 4000 reference books of various
disciplines in addition to 26 periodicals, 9 dailies besides 4
scientific journals. The National book week was celebrated in the
Vidyalaya with a book exhibition, book cover designing contest and
various book-reading competitions.
A Readers club is functioning in our Vidyalaya to inculcate good reading
habits among the children. The club organizes reading sessions and makes
the children to write book reviews. The library is kept open in the
evening hours also to enable the interested students and staff to
improve their knowledge. Library celebrates and organises the following:-
CBSE update, Career update, Library Based
activities, Wall magazine, news paper clipping, preparation for
different competitive examination, formation of knowledge club, career
counseling corner, mobile library to neighbourhood students .
Pace Setting Activities
The studentís activities are not only
restricted with in the walls of the campus. With a view to inculcate
awareness of their commitment to the Society, various pacesetting
activities are also organized. Some of them are:
Rallies and street corner talks were organized in Rajgir, Nalanda to
create awareness of AIDS in the general public.
Pulse Polio immunization was given wide publicity by organizing rallies
in association with health department and Grama Panchayat.
Students stay in houses called Aravalli,
Nilgiri, Shivalik and Udayagiri, each house has a House Master /House
Mistress. They are the local guardians for the students. Student
appointments are there to help the housemasters to organize all kinds of
activities. Each house is a functional unit for inter-house activities
and competitions. The students maintain their residences and
surroundings believing in the philosophy of simple living and high
thinking. House days are celebrated with festivities and cultural
Parent Teacher Council :
The Parent Teacher Council meeting is conducted
on every second Saturday. The PTC is awarded more powers and
participation in the management of the Vidyalaya. The parents being the
stakeholders, their participation is elaborated by electing 15 parents
giving representation to each class. They discuss various learning
problems of their children and report their observation to the PTC when
the meeting is held on every 2nd Saturday to the Principal, Vice
Principal and the teacher representatives.
The PTC is generously contributing to meet some of the urgent needs of
the Vidyalaya. I take this opportunity to thank for their generous
contributions and I request the parents to continue the good work and
also better participation.
Problems and Aspirations for the future:
Cent percent distinctions and 90% outstanding
results are the laid down bench mark for the JNVs. There is a long way
to go to achieve this target. We hope to work harder towards this goal.
Lack of an auditorium restricts some of the
activities, gatherings and lectures etc. A thoroughfare through the
campus very much interferes with the safety and security and privacy of
the students. Water scarcity also affects its smooth functioning.
We sincerely look forward to get these
shortcomings solved at the earliest so that we can function full fledged
to march to the goal.