About JNV
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नवोदय विद्यालय समिति

Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti

( An Autonomous Body Under MHRD ) Government Of India

जवाहर नवोदय विद्यालय, धनबाद

Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya,Benagoria, Dhanbad ,Jharkhand Pincode:828205

About JNV Dhanbad

Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya , Benagoria,  Dhanbad is situated at the distance of somewhat 42 Kms from Dhanbad Junction.

The Dhanbad District came into existence in 24.10.56 on the recommendation of sate reconstitution commission vide notification 1911. Dhanbad is the part of erstwhile manbhum  the area conferred to Raja Man Singh, chieftain of greatest Mughal emperor Akbar, hence the name Manbhum.

The area is rich in coal and the same is extracted by public sector units like BCCL, CCL, ECL and have got the status of Mini Ratna. The whole economy of the are evolves around the royalty obtained by cool excavation. Dhanbad district has got a premium institute by the name ISM (INIDAN SCHOOL OF MINES) that is perhaps first of its kind in India. It has get a medical college also. Apart from these there are so many colleges and schools.

Initially JNV, Dhanbad happened to be run an a temporary site at new building it was sifted to at its present place Benagoria in the year 2008.

The vidyalaya has a big campus and has got it boundary, electric supply system, water supply system inside the campus. Though in summer season area appears arid and dry but in rainy season greeneries are apparently visible. A lot of plantation inside the campus adds the beauty in nature as well as school campus.

The vidyalaya runs at full swing from VI to XII. All the classes have two sections each. In intermediate classes the vidyalaya is having two streams – science and humanities. Admissions are made strictly as per guidelines set up by the Navodaya Vidyalaya Semite. Maximum discipline is maintained Zealously among the students. Maximum efforts are taken to keep the environment and working condition very congenial and friendly.  

Details about JNV Dhanbad

                            Jawahar  Navodaya Vidyalaya , Benagoriya, Nirsa, Dhanbad  was established in the  year 2003 situated in Nirsa Block under the District Dhanbad. The functioning  of the Vidyalaya has commnced from July 2003 . Since 2003 Vidyalaya is  providing Quality Education and All round development of rural children of this  District . Presently Vidyalaya is running smoothly. awahar Navodaya Vidyalaya  are fully residential, co-educational schools affiliated to CBSE, New Delhi  having classes up to 12 standard. Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti, an autonomous  Organization under the ministry of HRD, Government of India, manages these  Vidyalayas. Admission to these Vidyalayas is through a test called JNVST to  Class VI. Children are predominantly from rural areas and there is 30%  reservation of girls. Quality modern education with a strong component of culture, promotion of National Integration through student migration between  Hindi speaking ad Non-Hindi speaking states and following a three language  formula with vernacular as medium of instruction up to Class-VIII are some of the salient features of this unique educational venture.

HISTORY OF JAWAHAR NAVODAYA VIDYALAYA, DHANBAD

                      Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya ,Dhanbad was first started at Maithan,Dhanbad some what 58 kms away from the district Head Quarter in temporary site. Later on when land for permanent site was finalized in a village named Benagoria which is again  at distance of about 40 k.m. from Dhanbad, construction for the vidyalaya was started in full swing and the same shifted in the permanent abode in the year 2003.

                        Dhanbad district happened to be part of erstwhile Manbhum, which was directly ruled by chief commander of Army of Mughal emperor Akbar. This commander was Raja Man Singh a formidable soldier himself, hence the name of the region Manbhum. The region is very rich in coal mines. Vegetation and hills and hillocks. The Divine river Damodar runs through it giving elixir of life to industries, crops and people of the region.

                      Dhanbad is an educational hub center  booming  with one IIT(I.S.M.),one medical college, one engineering college in nearby Sindri and numerous colleges and schools run by different societies and autonomous bodies. The district has 11 blocks and from every block every year 80 students are admitted in class VI through a test  based on all India level being standard of class VIth. In selection procedure every care is taken to ensure the representation of proportional number of boys and girls rural & urban, SC, ST and OBC guided by the government. 

Cultural life Style of the District:         

 As the name of the district "Dhanbad" itself reflects it is the place of  Mountains. The district beautifully covered with the small mountaineers has the  mixed culture of the different religious and castes. The Hindus, the Muslim,  Christians and the Shiks are the popular inhabitants of Dhanbad. At these sects  depend on agriculture as it is their chief occupation and only source of  living. The Dhanbad district has multicultural population. As Dhanbad Their source of  living is agriculture and most of them are farmers. They follow both Hindu and  Christian belief. They are free from all the modern problems and wear simple  dress. On the other hand most of the Hindus and the Muslims sections are  following the mixture culture of older and modern age.  Basically DHANBAD is improving its political awareness, literacy and other  social development to improve its living standards. Most of the part are yet to  be developed and caused the emergence of militancy. The Government and the  society are geared up to bring them in the main stream. The Geographical  condition of the state is also responsible for the less development  and  the emerging militancy.  The customs of the society of all the sections of the Hindus is based on Vedic  and popular custom, while the Muslims have their orthodox and modern style of  custom. The main  occupation of this area is cultivation but people have  change their mind for  business also. The reason forces the people to  migrate towards the city and villages remain vacant. The marginal differences  can be seen in the dress and design of the people of the village and the city.  Most  of the villagers used to wear the traditional doti, kurta and lungi,  while the ity inhabitants used to wear fashionable modern dress. It effects the  thinking of the people, too. On the other hand, Jaians have their own style of  dress according to their religion that is basically found in  the Jain  Temple. They don't wear any dress, the people living the society of its section  don't have such effect on their dress; they live like the other people wear the  fashionable dresses.  The food habit of the people is divided mainly in the two groups : the tribal  and non tribal. The tribal  takes  their simple and traditional food rice and the stuff  made of rice. The simple reason behind the various of use of rice is that they  are based on agriculture and paddy is cultivated here. While the non tribal have  their common food style like Rice, curry, things made of wheat etc. Their food  habits are just like the food habit of northern  India.In a nut shell, the culture and life style of the Dhanbad is the mixture of  tribal and non tribal, Hindus and Muslims; Jaian and Christians and the traditional and modern. 

(i)  Major Languages and Dialogue Spoken  :- Hindi, Bengali, Khotta,  Urdu, Bhojpuri etc.
 (ii)  Major Communities :- Mix Culture.
 (iii)  Major Agriculture Products   :- Rice, Wheat , Maize ,  Milo
 (iv)  Major Industries   :- Coal, Steel
  (v)  Major Small Scale Industries :- Bucket Factory, Soap Factory, Bamboo  etc.
  (vi)  Food Habits   
                Staple Food        :- Rice,  Maize
                 Specialty food   :- Wheat , Chura, Sattu & Litti  Chokha.
                  Favourite Food  :- Rice , Mutton
 (vii)  Major festival and celebration. Brief description of each :-  Durga Puja,  Karma, Chhath, Holi, Id-Ul- Fiter.
 (viii)   Major Tourist Attraction of the Area :-   Maithon Dam, Panchayat Dam ,  Kalyanswari Mandir, Chashnala  Bhatinda Fall etc.
 (ix)  Important Figure in the history of the district:-  Birsa Munda, Mahesh  Munda 

MISSION

  1. To achieve 100% results with 75% subject average in the all subjects .
  2. To empower teachers through a comprehensive schedule of training for professional development.
  3. Effective implementation of continuous and comprehensive evaluation.
  4. To further strengthening and promoting the residential culture of JNVs for the holistic development of Navodaya students.
  5. Setting up of language labs to enhance language learning competency and communication skill.
  6. Setting up of mathematics and junior science lab to develop analytical skills and scientific temper.
  7. Equipping classrooms with ICT tools. Samsung Smart Class room has already been set up to cater to the requirement of students.
  8. Ensuring effective academy monitoring and supervision through panel inspections and other mechanisms.
  9. To provide awareness among the students for protection of environment by planting more trees and landscaping.
  10. To motivate the students to imbibe values by providing the equal opportunities in the residential system.
  11. To encourage the students to learn life skills through their involvement in the planned activities.
  12. To make the staff and students more conscious of the safety and security inside and outside of JNV campus by organizing workshop , seminars, lectures, and practical demonstration related to the issue of safety and security at the vidyalaya level.

Objective: 

To  provide good quality modern education, including a strong component of culture,  inculcation of values, awareness of environment, adventure activities and  physical education.  To  serve the objectives of excellence coupled with equity and social justice.  To  ensure that all students of Navodaya Vidyalaya attain a reasonable level of  competence in three languages as envisaged in the Three Language Formula.  To  promote national integration by providing opportunities to talented children,  largely rural, from different parts of our country, to live and learn together  and develop their full potential.  To serve, in each district, as focal points for improvement in quality of school  education through sharing of experience and facilities.   

 FACILITIES

 Navodaya Vidyalayas are residential co-educational schools for children in Classes VI to  XII. The Vidyalaya offers free education to the talented rural children. The  Vidyalayas offers free education to the talented rural children. The facilities  include free boarding and lodging to students as well as expenses on uniform,  stationery, to and fro rail/bus fare from home. Efforts are made to ensure that  the Vidyalaya Management Committee under the Chairmanship of the District Magistrate/Collector or Deputy Commissioner with representation and  participation of Parents ensure effective Mess Management.   We have separate labs for Physics, Chemistry, Biology and computer science. Our  playground includes 400 M track. It has separate courts for Football, Kho-kho  and Basketball. Physical education facilities, under guidance of the instructor.  The Vidyalaya has a well-equipped library. Aiming on educational excellence of  students, two/three periods are allotted for each class per week.  Sick  students will report to their respective housemasters /house mistress before 6.20 hrs. and enter their names in the ‘house sick book’ maintenance for the  purposes. They will then report to the staff nurse between 6.30 and 7.10 hrs.  Old dressing and minor injuries will also be attended to.   The school medical officer will examine all new and old cases between 14.00 &  17.00 hrs every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.  All  cases, which require specialist advice, will be referred to the D.V.C Hospital,  Maithon, Dhanbad  by the School medical Officer.

Highest  class of the Vidyalaya  : XII

 (Science & Humanities Stream)  : CBSE

 Pattern : Climate : Temperate

 

 

Vidyalaya  Vehicle & No.   :

Private vehicle,             

 

 

Migration  Status    : Both Ways from JNV, Nadia (West Bengal).

 

 

            

Earlier the Vidyalaya was ran at welfare Hostel of Middle School, Benagoria,  Dhanbad, then the Vidyalaya was shifted to a temporary building that was  constructed at permanent site by the District Administration. Finally the  Vidyalaya was shifted to permanent building on the end of  August'2003. Now total strength of the Vidyalaya is 229, out of which 103 girls and rest boys. Construction of 1st Phase has been completed. 2nd Phase is in progress  under the supervision of H.S.C.L.. Vidyalaya has good Electricity Supply of 33 KVA and also having 3 nos of GenSet. One is of 15 KVA, second is of 10 KVA and the third is of 5 KVA which is donated by Parents. Adequate water supply has been provided to the Students and  staff members of the Vidyalaya. Near about 2 KM there is a local Bazar. In which all general required stuffs  are available.  

SALIENT  FEATURES

 Academic

                        Education is a liberating force. It liberates human beings from the falters of ignorance and shape them to become responsible citizens of their nation. An educated population can do wonders for their nation and propel it to unfathomable heights. A lot of emphasis is laid upon on academic performance and efforts are relatively made to upgrade the same.

                      Right from the time of admission of students in class VI the academic environment is created in much a way that students are inspired to take full advantage of the facilities provided to them. For this a suitable time table is framed and all possible steps are taken to execute the time table in full spirit.Apart from normal classes remedial & supervised classes are also conducted. Not only this, special coaching classes during Autumn Break are also organized for board examinees. It is needless to say that students are divided into categories according to their learning abilities and provided remedial and feedback accordingly. Affairs of academics are looked after by the Vice-Principal of the vidyalaya as he/she is incharge of the same.     

                          Teachers are most vital organs of any educational institutional and Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya is no exception in the same. In J.N.V. Benagoria, Dhanbad two streams at Intermediate Level have been assigned---Science & Humanities. To cater the need of students this vidyalaya has:--

PGTS in different subject like:---
PGT-HINDI-01                                          PGT-BIOLOGY-01
PGT-ENGLISH-01                                     PGT-HISTORY-01
PGT-CHEMISTRY-01                                PGT-GEOGRAPHY-01
PGT-PHYSICS-01                                     PGT-ECONOMICS-01
PGT-MATHS-01                                       PGT-COMPUTER SCIENCE-01              
 
TGTS                                                            CREATIVE TEACHERS
MATHS-02                                                   MUSIC   -01
ENGLISH-02                                                 ART      - 01
HINDI- 02                                                     PHYSICAL EDUCATION  - 02(01 M & 01F)
SCIENCE-01                                                                                 
SOCIAL SCIENCE-01                                     LIBRARIAN -01                                   
THIRD LANG.-02                                          FCSA-        01 
(BANGLA)

 HOUSE SYSTEM

                            For overall development of students the Samiti has envisaged the concept of House System in the vidyalaya. To maintain the academic activities, co-curricular activities, healthy competition in games and sports, Arts,Music and to inculcate among students the best possible qualities, they are put under different house systems.The House system helps them to be self reliant, self dependent and find time and opportunities to indulge in plethora of activities under the guidance of the house Masters assisted by Associate House Masters.The system prompts them to be cooperative and to have empathy towards fellow inmates. For the smooth functioning of the vidyalaya  10 Houses have been formed- Four each of senior Boys and Juniors as well. Like wise there are two Houses of the girls. Girls house’s incharge are lady techers strictly and assisted by two other lady teachers who also function as Associate master.

 

                              

 

                                                       NAME OF THE HOUSES

BOY’S SENIOR

S.N.

NAME OF THE HOUSE

STRENGTH

NAME OF H.M.

NAME OF A.H.M

01

ARAWALI

23

SRI GOPAL SHARMA PGT(GEO)

SRI S.K. SINGH

TGT(MATHS)

02

SHIVALIK

25

SRI N K NIRALA PGT(PHYSICS)

SRI S. KHAN

LIBRARIAN

03

NILGIRI

25

SRI BK MURMU PGT(BIOLOGY)

SRI ARJUN

MAHATHA TGT(MATHS)

04

UDAYGIRI

25

SRI D R MUNDA PGT(HINDI)

SRI TARUN KUMAR

TGT(SST)

                                                                                                             BOY’S JUNIOR

01

ARAWALI

43

SRI NK SINHA PGT(ENG)

MD. S. ALAM

02

SHIVALIK

42

SRI VIPAN KR PGT(MATHS)

SRI KALYAN KAR

03

NILGIRI

42

SRI SK YADAV TGT(ENG)

SRI J.M. SINGH

ART TEACHER

04

UDAYGIRI

43

SRI HK SHARMA PGT(COMP. SC.)

MD. NAZIM KHAN

                                                                                                    GIRLS(SENIOR & JUNIOR)

01

ARAWALI

39

MS POONAM SINHA PGT(HIST)

MS. GEETA JAIS

TGT(HINDI)

02

SHIVALIK

22

SMT. MALA SINHA 

 MUSIC TEACHER

SMT TARA THAPA

 STAFF NURSE

03

NILGIRI

32

MISS SWATI

PGT(ECONOMICS)

MS. N. PANNA

PET(F)

04

UDAYGIRI

22

SMT S SIKDAR

TGT(SC.)

MISS TANU

TGT(ENGLISH)

 

                       For perfect running of the different Houses(Boys & Girls) the vidyalaya appoints School Captain, House captain & prefect. The appointment/selection is made on democratic pattern coupled with the student’s performance in academic, sports and his personal behavior and image in the vidyalaya and among the staff and students.Various duties and responsibilities are assigned to the school captain, House Captain and prefect with the approval of the Principal and House masters like-receiving roll call, making list of absentee and sick students for the day, looking after discipline in dinninh hall,work as mess committee member,conducting roll-call during morning and evening assembly etc.  

House Masters and Associate House Masters are also assigned duties and responsibilities which are 57 & 15 in numbers respectively and which have been fixed by the Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti.

 

1.      BRAND EQUITY:

           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.

           The Vision of the Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti Headquarters, coupled with the efforts of the Officers, Principals, Vice-Principals, Teachers and non-teaching staff has assumed proportions of a healthy coalition, thus enabling Navodayas to continually churn out young and aspirant citizens possessing not just the requisite knowledge to succeed in various spheres, but also to develop a responsible, compassionate, dedicated and devoted attitude towards the society. Navodaya citizens definitely will be the ones most suited to lead the country in future since they are mentally alert, physically fit, psychologically balanced, emotionally mature and spiritually sound. They will be  multi tasking, creative, innovative and eco friendly which are the most desirable attributes for the ‘Knowledge Society’ into which the world is marching. NVS headquarters is also on the move to establish Centres of Excellence for Science and Sports, which would be another jewel in the Crown of NVS.

    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 value 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

  1. Striving for common identity and empowering Navodayans to be lifelong learners and productive members of ever changing global society.

 

 

 

2.      INSTITUTIONAL PLANNING:

 

             Institutional planning is a complex idea and hence to be worked out scientifically. It is a cooperative affair, undertaken by all the staff members of the school, who realize their full responsibilities and duties. Its success depends on the attitude, training, a will to face realities and a cooperative spirit among the planners at each level of the institutional hierarchy. The plans should be drawn in such way that the development is maximum and the chance of returns to the investment made are the greatest within the resources available. Institutional planning is an organized way of doing things in an institution. It leads to the attainment of objectives through intelligent and optimal utilization of the resources of the institution.

 

MAJOR AREAS (SCOPE) OF INSTITUTIONAL PLANNING

As the Institutional plan seeks improvement in all directions it must touch upon the varied aspects of the functioning of schools. It must take the shape of an over-all scheme for the improvement of the school in respect of following:

1. IMPROVEMENT OF LIVING & LEARNING CONDITIONS

(i) Construction, maintenance and repair of Vidyalaya buildings.

(ii)Provision of facilities to the pupils like supply of drinking water, sanitary facilities, nutritious food, medical facilities etc.

(iii)Collection of library books, Magazines, journals, Instructional materials and audiovisual aids for the school.

2. IMPROVEMENT OF ACADEMIC FACILITIES

 (i) Division of the curriculum in each subject into monthly and weekly units and sub units.

 (ii) Organization of remedial teaching for slow-learners.

 (iii) Organization of extension lectures, conferences, etc… in the institution.

(iv)  Support of teacher improvement programmes like in-service training, refresher courses, and                orientation courses etc. for teachers.

3. IMPROVEMENT OF CO-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES
(i) Organization of physical activities in the school.
(ii) Organization of literary activities like preparation of bulletin boards, wall magazine, improved            teaching aids and equipments.
(iii) Organization of social service projects.
(iv)Organization of pace setting activities
 
4. SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS
 (i) Organization of S.U.P.W Activities
(ii) Maintenance and love for ecological equilibrium.
 
5. INVESTIGATION AND RESEARCH
(i) Action Research and Evaluation
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, creativity and aesthetic sense among students and helps in acquiring knowledge and information.  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.

                     The Vidyalaya prayer should be recited with dedication and emotion.  Music teacher should ensure proper pronunciation, rhythm and melody in prayer and community song.  Other activities are to be properly worded and modulated with variety. As far as possible the content of the speech to be day’s specific and edited properly.MOD should invariably address the morning assembly.  It is to be conducted in all the three languages by turn. The PETs, Music Teacher and Duty Master will ensure that all activities are performed within the time limit and students leave the assembly to their respective classrooms in an orderly manner.  The school band may be used at the time of conduct of the prayer and during the dispersal of the students.

 

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

 

Note: All the members concerned have to ensure that there is effectiveness in planning, preparation and presentation of assembly activities to achieve its intended and specified goals.

REMEDIAL TEACHING:

          Remedial teaching period is the time during which the identified low achievers in a particular subject will be looked after by the teachers for corrective instructions so that they can also achieve the mastery level in the subject.  Low Achievers are those students who are unable to cope up with the work normally expected of their age groups.  It is due to their limited cognitive capacity, poor memory, distraction and lack of concentration, inability to express ideas and also lack of motivation.  At the beginning of the academic year the teacher should identify the students whose performance is poor and their individual difficulties should be noted.  Proper diagnostic measures should be taken to identify the learning difficulties with causes before implementing any remedial measure.  Remedial instruction should be arranged in a systematic manner according to the nature of the pupils’ difficulties. Special steps must be taken to improve their knowledge level and drill / practice is necessary for every student.

             The instructional content must be very carefully graded keeping in mind the capacity, requirement, educational and experience levels of the students.  In the gradation of teaching materials, the principles of proceeding from easy to difficult and simple to complex must be scrupulously followed.  Remedial work should be given in small doses and it should be so organized as to give a sense of achievement to the student. The remedial programme for low achievers includes motivation, individual attention, restoration and development of self confidence and special methods of teaching. The teacher should adapt a friendly, helpful and sympathetic attitude towards the student and always try to win their confidence.

 

REMEDIAL / SUPERVISION IN THE AFTERNOON

 

            The following is the framework of remedial and supervisory study schedule in JNVs for the academic year 2020-21. It is decided to have remedial classes only for needy students by allotting duties to the concerned subject teachers in the afternoon.  Each class will have remedial for one subject per day.  Overall 07 teachers will be engaged for seven classes (VI to XII), provided only one stream is available at the senior secondary level in the JNV.  If two streams are available, additional duties have to be allotted accordingly.  For non-remedial students, duties may be allotted as given below for supervision.  Further the remedial teaching and afternoon supervision should go simultaneously in an effective manner as per the following schedule:

 

EVENING SUPERVISED STUDY

Duties are to be allotted to teachers for evening supervised study by involving all the teachers.  Creative teachers are also to be involved for supervision both for non-remedial afternoon supervision and evening supervision as well.  It should be ensured that every teacher gets almost the same work load by combining afternoon and evening duties.

EFFECTIVE CLASS ROOM MANAGEMENT:

Teachers will promote discipline in their class through effective class room management.  The quality of their teaching through well planned activities that suit the learning needs of the students will sustain students’ attention and capture their interest, thus minimizing opportunities for misconduct.

Effective classroom management brings positive results into class. Of all the variables, classroom management has the largest effect on student achievement.   Both students and teachers benefit from a well-organized class.  Teachers see that their smart work produce gains in relationships as well as in knowledge. A classroom that is managed well through good preparation, motivation, effective presentation and evaluation, yields excellent  results in terms of achieving learning objectives.  The following suggestive tips would help the JNV teachers to achieve effective class room management:

1.          Teacher should be the first person to enter the class and the last person to leave.

2.          Setting clear learning goals and designing lessons in order to meet the needs of as many different learning styles as possible will help the teacher to engage all students of the class, not just the auditory or visual learners. Having lesson plans that are strategically designed in order to teach effectively does take more time to prepare, but the benefits experienced in the classroom is well worth the effort.

3.          The 40 minutes duration of a period may be split into three parts respectively for recapitulation, presentation and interaction. Lecturing for the entire duration of the period will make students to get bored and boredom produces distraction. Incorporating various activities in the class room will help to keep students engaged, interested and it will also help to sustain the motivation levels.  Emphasis should be on child centric learning.

4.          Even the best teachers need to discipline their students. If a disruption arise involving disrespectful or noisy students, the teacher should not let their temper rise as it will serve to encourage the negative behavior. Just reaching and standing by the side of the problematic student, instantly serves to stop the misbehavior. If it needs more drastic attention, the students may be called separately and discussion held with them about the reasons behind their action. This helps to prevent the involvement of the administration in most instances.

5.          The most effective classroom management tool comes simply through being a caring teacher. If students know that the teacher cares about them, they not only complete the assigned work in time but will be more likely to give their best behavior. Interaction with the students about their area of interest and motivation & guidance towards strengthening them will improve the Teacher-Student relationship. Recognizing that  they have a life outside the class, i.e., at JNV Campus, and exhibiting teacher’s care about that life will bring positive results into the classroom also. Students behave well with teachers whom they like and perform better in their subjects.

6.          Provide a safe and comfortable environment that is conducive to learning
7.          Help each child in growing to his or her fullest potential.     
8.          Provide meaningful and appropriate homework activities
9.          Demonstrate professional behavior and a positive attitude
10.      Use special activities and ICT in the classroom to make learning enjoyable and stress free.

11.      Use equitable and positive classroom behaviours  such as establishing eye contact, moving around the class and increasing proximity to restless students, sending a silent signal, giving a quiet reminder, re-directing student's attention, beginning a new activity, offering a choice, using humour, waiting quietly until everyone completes the task, asking a directed question, providing appropriate time for all students to respond to questions, recognizing and appreciating the students for their responses, avoiding discouragement, creating an atmosphere wherein the students are motivated to pose questions, attributing the ownership of ideas to the students who initiated them, allowing and encouraging all students to participate in class discussions and interactions, making sure to call on students who do not commonly participate, not just those who respond most frequently, providing positive reinforcement and feedback, etc.

12.      Use an appropriate tone of voice; speak clearly and deliberately in an adequate pitch.

13.      Teacher-student relationships should not be left to chance or dictated by the personalities of those involved. Instead, by using appropriate strategies, teachers can influence the dynamics of their classrooms and build strong teacher-student relationships that will support student learning.

Above all, teachers should be role models to students in their attitude, performance and dress code.

 COVERAGE OF SYLLABUS & CONDUCT OF VARIOUS EXAMINATIONS:

1.            For Class-X & XII, 100% syllabus has to be completed by 30th November 2020
2.            For XI Class, 100% syllabus has to be completed by 31st January 2019 and for other classes First Term syllabus should be completed by 25th  September 2020 and Second Term by 15th February 2021
3.            The schedule for UT, Term -Test1/Revision test/PB-1/PB-II for Classes (XI & XII) and Periodic Written Tests, Half-yearly / Yearly examinations for Classes VI-VIII and IX &X are mentioned subsequently.                                                                                  
4.            Every JNV has to strictly follow the guidelines given by NVS Hqrs. & RO. for conducting various tests.
5.            Coverage of syllabus & conduct of various tests should be on the same dates in all JNVs.
6.            The Vidyalaya has to send the result analysis of Periodic Written Tests/Unit Tests, Half-Yearly and Yearly Examination of Classes- VI, VII & VIII and Yearly Examination of Class IX and Term-I (XI & XII), Term-II (XI) and PB-I (Class X & XII) & PB-II (XII) to RO within 48 hours of completion of the examination.
7.            An explanation from the teachers is to be obtained by the Principal wherever the subject average falls below the target fixed by the Hqrs. i.e. 75% for XI & XII & B1 grade for VI to X.
8.            The Practicals in Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Geography, Computer Science & Bio Technology etc. of Board Classes should be completed by the end of November 2020 and record work should also be completed by December 2020.  Further, Practicals in Science for classes IX & X should be conducted simultaneously with theory classes. All the activities/experiments in Science, Mathematics and Social Science of Classes VI to VIII are also to be carried out as per the guidelines given by CBSE/NCERT.
9.            A complete record of various practicals conducted as per syllabus should be maintained at Vidyalaya Level.
10.        Details of practicals to be conducted in different classes & subjects should be displayed in concerned lab along with list of practicals completed and the same needs to be maintained up to date.
11.       There should be correlation between the marks allotted in internal examinations, practicals and marks obtained by the students in external examinations. A large deviation in the board results reveals the poor quality of evaluation at the Vidyalaya level.
 ACADEMIC MONITORING AND SUPERVISION BY PRINCIPAL AND VICE – PRINCIPAL:

 

Name of the Area

Vice Principal

Principal

1. Teaching Periods

12

08

2. Classes to handle

  One of the classes from  IX  to XII  to be handled  on regular basis, Preferably a board class

One of the classes from  IX  to XII  to be handled  on regular basis, Preferably a board class

3. Classroom Observation

One  period per day covering all the teachers in the given month

One  period  per day covering all the teachers in the given month

4. Checking of Home Work, Class work , Assignments and Project Works

VI to X

XI and  XII

5. Preparation of various activities

Academic Calendar, Time-Table, Institutional plan, Exam time table

Monitoring and guidance

6. Maintenance of records

Academic Records

Monitoring and guidance

7. Monitoring

All academic and CCA activities of all classes

All academic and CCA activities of all classes

8. Meetings to be  conducted

Subject Committee meetings, Academic Performance Review  committee meetings, tests and exams

Subject Committee meetings, Academic Performance Review  committee meetings, tests and exams

9. Verification

Timely submission of Academic Records, Question papers and Results

Monitoring and guidance

10. Supervision

Remedial and Supervisory study

Remedial and Supervisory study

11. Time table and arrangements

In charge

Monitoring and guidance

12. Ensuring Attendance

Students and staff attendance

Students and staff attendance

13. Conduct of practicals and maintaining records

To  monitor

To  monitor

14. Assembly Activities

Performance  is to  be monitored

Performance  is to be monitored