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Navodaya Vidyalaya Samti : Perspective Academic Plan 2013-14

Navodaya Vidyalaya Samti

Perspective Academic Plan 2013-14

The uniqueness of Navodaya Vidyalayas has assured that they have been enjoying this strong brand equity over a period of time due to the consistent and top performance in CBSE. Navodaya Vidyalayas are well recognized as focal points of learning and all round development. The currency of the Navodaya Brand, derived from the academic performance, and success of the Alumni, has ensured that NAVODAYAS are one of the foremost and successful institutions in the country. The shortcoming faced by many Govt. Institutions, that they are almost unheard of, is no longer relevant in the context of Navodayas. Brand equity is nothing but the association made by people when they hear the name ‘Navodaya’ or ‘JNV’. Today the Navodaya Brand enjoys an unprecedented level of acknowledgement from the society in the field of secondary and higher secondary education. The teachers and students associated with the Navodaya Brand have been successful in creating significant and noticeable changes in the quality of human lives in the Indian Society. Thus the Navodaya Brand has become synonymous with exemplary education and all round development. However, to ensure continued brand equity, we need to move with the times and keep our skills updated with the modern innovations and latest developments in the field of imparting modern quality education.

Steps to establish/Sustain Brand Equity:

  1. Performance speaks – JNV must be much better than the rest in all areas.

  2. Uphold values – Inculcate values through values embedded education.

  3. Develop a tradition of excellence in all areas.

  4. The top brands always are the best –be the best in your field

  5. Pursue high ideals and standards

  6. Team work and smart work always lead to better productivity.

  7. Everyone with similar taste would try to emulate, thus be a pace setter.

  8. Reaching the top is easier than staying there. Continue efforts with zeal and vigour  to stay at the top.

  9. Consistent improvement and innovation at every step. In other words, aspire for the best all the time

  10. Common identity, however, with special individuality.

Institutional Planning:

Institutional Plan is a planned document prepared before the commencement of a new academic session by every Vidyalaya to realize the goals of organization keeping in view of objectives, felt needs, local resources available and likely to be available, constraints, previous years’ feedback from the stake holders and priorities of JNVs. As it is a roadmap to the institution all stakeholders such as teachers, parents, students, local community members etc are to be involved in its preparation. It allows a comprehensive and long term perspective based on a clear assessment and understanding of the JNV activities. Areas like Academics, Administration, Developing Physical Facilities, Community Linkage, Pace Setting Activities, Campus Beautification etc should find due place in it. It can be used as a document for the decentralization of administration through formation of various committees for ensuring participatory management. The process of framing the institutional plan by the concerned committee at Vidyalaya level should be initiated well in advance and kept ready for the implementation at least one week prior to the beginning of the new academic session 2013-14. A copy of it should be placed in Vidyalaya library and Principal’s table for day to day reference. Another copy of the same should be sent to the Deputy Commissioner and concerned Asstt. Commissioner and Cluster I/C before 1st of April 2013. A good Institutional Plan properly implemented, no doubt, creates a favourable setting in the school which in turn, ensures efficiency in operation, improved instruction, better standards of achievement, a sense of joy and achievement among stakeholders and a better image of the school.

School Assembly:

Morning Assembly is the time when the entire school community assembles at an appropriate place to affirm the school’s identity and aspirations. The school assembly is the best forum to inspire and motivate students. It serves as a platform to develop self confidence, acquiring knowledge and information, creativity and aesthetic sense among students. We must ensure that monotony does not set in.

It is mandatory on the part of the Principals, Vice Principals, all the teachers and students to attend the morning assembly on time. HMs/AHMs are to ensure the participation of all their house students in the morning assembly activities by turn.

Assembly Activities :

Sl.

No.

ACTIVITIES

TIME IN MINUTES

1

Roll call House wise/Class Wise

2

2

Navodaya Prayer

3

3

Meditation

1

4

Pledge

1

5

Thought for the Day

1

6

News Reading (International, National, Regional, Local & Sports News to be incorporated)

3

7

Students Talk/Vocabulary Enrichment/Quiz/Book Review/ Recitation/Conversation

3

8

Community Song

3

9

Address by the MOD/Principal

2

10

National Anthem

1

 

TOTAL DURATION

20

School Calendar:

School calendar plans for more productive students and therefore greater learning. Such a schedule sets the stage for teachers to communicate to students exactly what is expected of them and allows the teacher to identify behaviors that must be directly taught to one or more students, which, in turn, help them to develop greater student autonomy, responsibility, and self-control. In this connection, the School calendar is the most important document and hence the Vidyalayas have to prepare an effective working calendar for the year 2013-14, well before the beginning of the academic session by incorporating the areas such as Scholastic, Co-Scholastic, along with important days / functions / activities etc.,

Vidyalaya Time Table And Allotment of Periods:

The following points are to be taken care while preparing the time table :-

  1. The services of Art Teacher, SUPW Teacher, Music Teacher, Librarian, and teachers of Language-III are to be taken for running supervised study periods in the afternoon.
  2. The concerned subject teachers only are to be put on duty for remedial teaching.
  3. All staff members including PETs will be put on duty during supervised study as per the requirement on rotation basis. The daily routine details of total no. of periods to be given to the teachers & no. of periods to be allotted to each subject/ class wise is given as under:

Subject Wise Class Wise Allotment of Periods :

(40 Minutes Duration)
 

Class VI TO VIII

Periods

Class IX

Periods

Class X

Periods

Class XI&XII

Periods

ENG.

8

ENGLISH

7

ENGLISH

8

ENGLISH

7

HINDI.

8

HINDI/ R.L.

6

R.L./ HINDI

6

HINDI/MATHS/I.P./C.S.

7

MATHS

5+1*

MATHS

7

MATHS

8

ELECTIVE-1

9

SCIENCE

5+1*

SCIENCE

9

SCIENCE

9

ELECTIVE-2

9

SOCIAL

5

SOCIAL

8

SOCIAL

9

ELECTIVE-3

9

LIBRARY

2

LIBRARY

2

LIBRARY

2

PHY.EDN.

1

COMPUTER

2

PHY.EDN.

1

PHY.EDN.

1

G.S./G.F.C

1

ART

2

COMPUTER

2

COMPUTER

2

COMPUTER

2

SUPW

1

ART

1

ART

1

LIBRARY

2

MUSIC

1

MUSIC

1

MUSIC

2

SUPW

1

SUPW

1

WORK EXP.

1

PHE

1

3RD LANG

3

3RD /R.L LANG.

5

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