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1 JAWAHAR NAVODAYA VIDYALAYA BAIKUNTHPUR DISTT: KOREA (C.G.) JNV KOREA Page 1

2 INDEX S. No. PARTICULARS Page No. From To 1 Navodaya Vidyalaya Scheme Regions Objectives of the Scheme History of Korea Location of JNV Baikunthpur Korea Campus Year A Review Academic Planning Annual Calendar for the Year Pace Setting Activities List of Class Teacher & Class Monitor List of House Master & Associate House Master Club List Year Class Wise Time Table Year Teacher Wise Time Table Year Staff Position Year Daily Routines Year JNV KOREA Page 2

3 NAVODAYA VIDYALAYA SCHEME Navoday Vidyalaya Samiti an autonomous organization is registered under society act (an act for the registration of scientific literary and charitable societies) Govt. of India. Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalayas are Indian schools for talented children and form a part of the system of gifted education. The objectives of the scheme are to provide good quality modern education to the children predominantly from rural areas, without regard to their family's socioeconomic and cultural background condition. First established in 1985, it is the brain child of P.V Narasimha Rao. JNV s were started during Prime Minister ship of Late Shri Rajiv Gandhi to find and foster talented children deprived of opportunities from the rural India. They were formerly named as Navodaya Vidyalayas and renamed later as Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalayas' in the birth-centenary year of Pandit Jawahar Lal Nehru, the first Prime Minister of Independent India. Navodaya Vidyalayas are located all over the country, except Tamil Nadu. There are approximately 605 JNVs across India as of now. They offer free education to all students who get selected through the admission process which includes an All India Entrance Exam, held at district level. To provide good quality modern education to the talented children (selected on the basis of written merit test) predominantly from the rural areas, without regard to their family's socio-economic condition. To ensure that all students of Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalayas attain a reasonable level of competence in three languages as envisaged in the Three Language Formula. To serve, in each district, as focal points for improvements in quality of school education in general through sharing of experiences and facilities. Samiti runs Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalayas throughout the country (one in each District) We never teach a man anything; we only help him find it within himself JNV KOREA Page 3

4 Regions Eight Regional Offices are established at Bhopal, Chandigarh, Hyderabad, Jaipur, Lucknow, Patna, Pune & Shillong with jurisdiction over different States and UTs. Bhopal (97): Madhya Pradesh (48), Chhattisgarh (16) and Orissa (30) Chandigarh (45): Punjab (18), Himachal Pradesh (12), J&K (14) and Chandigarh U.T. (1) Hyderabad (70): Andhra Pradesh (22), Karnataka (32), Kerala (14), Pondicherry (4), A.&N. Islands (2) and Lakshadweep (1) Jaipur (54): Rajasthan (32), Haryana (20) and Delhi(2) Lucknow (82): Uttar Pradesh (69) and Uttaranchal (13) Patna (75): Bihar (38), Jharkhand (22) and West Bengal (15) Pune (60): Maharashtra (32), Gujarat(23), Goa(2), Daman & Diu (2) and Dadra & Nagar Haveli (1) Shillong (85): Meghalaya(7), Manipur(9), Mizoram (8), Arunachal Pradesh (16), Nagaland (11), Tripura(4), Sikkim(4) and Assam (26). In accordance with the National Policy of Education (1986) Govt. of India started Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya (JNVs). Presently there are about 595 JNVs functioning all over India. These are co-educational residential schools fully financed by Government of India through Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti. Admission in JNVs are made through the Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya Selection Test (JNVST)at class VI. The medium of instruction in JNVs is the mother tongue or regional language up to class VIII and English thereafter for Maths and Science and Hindi for Social Science. Students of JNVs appear at X and XII examinations of the Central Board of Secondary Education. Education's purpose is to replace an empty mind with an open one JNV KOREA Page 4

5 OBJECTIVES OF THE SCHEME To promote National Integration among students through a policy of migration. To encourage and promote the talented children from Socio-economically back-ward sections of rural areas. To provide quality modern education for all round development of talented children. To establish as pace setter institutions, to be models in the districts and to be resource centers for promotions of excellence. AIM: COME IN TO LEARN AND GO OUT TO SERVE MOTTO: SOCIAL JUSTICE TO RURAL TALENT Education commences at the mother's knee, and every word spoken within the hearsay of little children tends towards the formation of character JNV KOREA Page 5

6 01. NAME OF THE INSTITUTION:- Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya, Baikunthpur Dist. Korea, Chhattisgarh, OUR SYMBOL:- (Under the Ministry of H.R.D.) Dept. of Education, Govt. of India The sunrise symbolizes Navodaya. The Computers represent the modern education, The 2 big heads represents the protection, the small heads represents the children, the books, T.V, Computers etc., indicates the means of excellence in modern education. Corn locks represent the integration and the lamps represents the knowledge. 03. COMMISSIONER:- 04. DEPUTY COMMISSIONER (I/C) Shri Biswajit Kumar Singh I. F. S Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti Noida, Distt. Gautam Buddh Nagar (U.P) Shri. K.S. Guleria, Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti, R.O Bhopal A-135/A, Alkapuri, Habibganj, BHOPAL (M.P) 05. CHAIRMAN OF VIDYALAYA MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE:- Sh. S. Prakash I.A.S Collector, Korea (C.G.) 06. PRINCIPAL:- 07. VICE- PRINCIPAL:- Shri S. Srinivasa Rao JNV Baikunthpur, Korea (C.G.) Smt. Swapna Ghoshal JNV Baikunthpur, Korea (C.G.) JNV KOREA Page 6

7 History of Korea The History of Korea before 1600 is obscure. According to Dalton, Balands were the original rulers of Korea. Baland Kings had their Capital in Sidhi (Their descendants continue to live at Madwas in Sidhi District). There still exist the ruins of many great works traditionally ascribed to them. The temple of Goddess Mahamaya at Kudergarh in Bhaiyathan Block of Surguja District (Parent District of Korea) was built by them. Hills North of Mendra village Near Sonhat are known as Baland Pahar. According to Dalton, a combined force of the Kol Raja and Gonnd Zamindars drove away the Baland rulers from Korea. The Kols were known as Konch Kols and are said to have ruled for Eleven Generations. One view was that they had their Capital at Koreagarh. There is a plateau on the top of Koreagarh and one can see some ruins there. There is a Bauli (Stepped Well) near the ruins. The other view is that the Kol Raja had his capital in village Bachra near Podi and that time Raja was constructing his Capital at Koreagarh. There is an Earthen mound at Bachra village and the villagers say that this was place where the Kol Raja had his residence. It is also possible that the Southern portion of Korea was ruled by the Kol Raja and the Northern portion by the Balanda. In Early 17th century, two cousins of the Agnikul Chauhan Raja of Mainpuri, Dalthmban Sahi and Dharamal Sahi were returing after pilgrimage to Jagannath Puri. They had a small force with them. The route from Mainpuri was via Varanasi, Mirzapur, Sidhi, Surguja, Chotanagpur and Sambalpur. On their return journey, they halted at Bishrampur, the Capital of Surguja State. It has since been named Ambikapur. They camped near the Joda talab which still exists to this day. It was so happened that the Maharaja of Surguja was away from the Capital and some rebel sardars of the State surrounded the palace. The Rani came to know that the Chauhan brothers were camping near the Joda Talab. She sent the traditional Rakhi. Dalthamban Sahi and Dharamal Sahi came to her rescue and drove away the bagi sardars. A major part of their force was killed in the encounter. After some time the Maharaja returned. He thanked the Chauhan brothers for rescuing the Rani and offered them the Jagirdari of the area on the Eastern part of the State known as Jhilmili. This was accepted by the older brother Dalthamban Sahi. A part of Jhilmili Area was under control of Baland Rajas. The Chauhan brothers settled at Kaskela village on the banks of the River Rehar. They drove away the forces of Baland from the Area and over powered the Pakharias who were perpetually rebelling against the Surguja State. They paid an Annual Tribute to the Surguja State. The title of Bhaiya was conferred on the family by Maharaja Amar Singh. Since after the tying of the Rakhi, the brothers had become bhaiyas of Rani, the ilaka(area) was known as Bhaiyasthan. This was later known as Bhaiyathan. (one of the block of Surguja District). For some time the younger brother Dharamal Sahi stayed with his brother at Kaskela and then became restless, and decided to carve his own kingdom. He gathered a force and moved westward beyond the boundary of Surguja State into Korea State, which was ruled by a Kol Raja. He camped at the village known as Chirmi in the vicinity of Koreagarh. He attacked the Kol Raja and defeated him in the battle and took over the Kingdom of Korea. He stayed at Chirmi for some time and then moved to Nagar village, which village, which he made his capital. As stated earlier, the Northen part of the State was under the Balands of Sidhi. Dharamal Sahi or his descendants drove away Balands from the Northen territory of Korea State. Dharamal Sahi had three sons Deoraj Sahi, Adhorai Deo and Raghorai Deo. On the death of Dharamal Sahi, according to tradition his eldest son Deoraj Sahi ascended the Gaddi. He was issueless and was succeeded by his younger brother's son Raja Narsingh JNV KOREA Page 7

8 Deo. He was succeeded by his son Raja Jeet Rai Deo. He was followed by his son Raja Sagar Sahi Deo. On his death, his son Raja Afhar Sahi Deo ascended the gaddi. His son Raja Jahan Sahi Deo succeeded him. He was succeeded by his son Raja Sawal Sahi Deo. On his death his son Raja Gajraj Singh Deo became the King. He was issueless and was succeeded by his nephew Raja Garib Singh son of Lal Dilip Singh Deo. Raja Garib Singh's younger brother Lal Man Singh was given a Jagir, which was named Changbhakar. He became the Jagirdar of Changbhakar, which had its capital at Bharatpur. Raja Garib Singh was born in 1745 at Nagar. Near about 1765 the forces of Bhosle's of Nagpur attacked Nagar and forced Raja Garib Singh to pay Chauth. He paid the Chauth for some time and then stopped paying the same to the Marathas. He moved his Capital to Rajauli and then to Sonhat. The capital was moved to the interior for fear of Maratha attacks. In 1797 the Marathas under Subedar Gulab Khan attacked Sonhat and forced Raja Garib Singh to pay Chauth. Gulab Khan was the Maratha Subedar posted at Ratanpur (Bilaspur district). He came with 200 foot soldiers with matchlocks and 30 cavalary. He was also assisted by the Maharaja of Surguja who sent 80 cavalary and foot soldiers. They ravaged the countryside. On their return journey at Latma Village, the forces of Patna Zamindar attacked them. The Marathas beat a hasty retreat into Surguja State. The Patna Zamindars still have ten swards and war drums captured in the encounter. After the defeat of Modeji Bhosle of Nagpur by the East India Company, the Chhattisgarh States came under the suzerainty of the East India Company. In the Kabuliat executed on 24th December 1819 by Garib Singh, it was agreed that Korea State will pay an annual tribute of Rs. 400/- Changbhakar was treated as a feudal dependency of Korea and would pay a tribute of Rs.386/- to the East India Company. The tribute was to be paid through Korea State. Raja Garib Singh was succeeded by Raja Amol Singh (bamol Singh (born 1785) on June He signed an agreement with the East India Company in 1848, the amount of tribute remained the same. After 1848 Changbhakar paid this tribute directly. Raja Amol Singh was a weak Raja, the State was virtually ruled by his wife Rani Kadam Kunwar. After the death of Amol Singh(1864) his son Raja Pran Singh (Born in 1857) became the Raja. Raja Pran Singh Deo was issueless. After his death (1897) Raja Sheomangal Singh Deo (Born 1874, descendent of Lal Raghorai Deo, third son of Raja Dharamal Sahi) become Raja on Raja Sheomangal Singh Deo shifted his capital from Sonhat to Baikunthpur in the year Baikunthpur was more centrally located and thus the state could be better administered from Baikunthpur. He constructed the two tanks and a temple, which are near the new palace. After his death (18th November 1909), his eldest son Raja Ramanuj Pratap Sing Deo (Born 1901) become Raja on 18th Nov As he was minor, the State was put under court of wards with Gore Lal Pathak Superintendent of Korea State. He continued till Pandit Gangadin Shukla took over from him and continued till He was followed by RaghubirPrasad Verma. And finally In January 1925, Raja Ramanuj Pratap Singh Deo was invested with full ruling powers and continued till the merge of Korea State in to independent India. Raja Ramanuj Pratap Singh Deo was a strict Administrator and his administration was free from corruption. He represented the ruling Chief, in the second Round Table Conference held in London in He was exceptionally honest and straightforward. He always considered himself to be the custodian of the State and ruled it with sincerity and efficiency. The income of the Korea State rose from 2.25 lakhs when he ascended the Gaddi in 1925 to 44 lakhs in , and there was a reserve of over rupees one crore when the State was merged with Central Provinces and Berar. In this duration so many works were done. In 1928, construction of Bijuri - Chirimiri Railway Line started and JNV KOREA Page 8

9 completed on In 1928 Chirimiri Colliery opened by Bansi lal Abirchand. In 1928 Khurasia colliery was started. In 1929, Jhagarakhand Colliery was opened. In 1930 railway communication to Manendragarh was started. In 1935 Ramanuj High School opened. On 15th December 1947, Raja Ramanuj Pratarp Singh Deo signed the merger agreement by which State was merged to the Central Provinces and Berar and finally 1st January 1948, State is merged with Central Provinces and Berar. Korea The true teacher defends his pupils against his own personal influence. JNV KOREA Page 9

10 LOCATION OF J.N.V. BAIKUNTHPUR CAMPUS Academic Block Principal Residence Ground Staff Quarter It is the supreme art of the teacher to awaken joy in creative expression and knowledge. JNV KOREA Page 10

11 YEAR , A REVIEW [01] ACADEMICS: It is a matter of great pleasure that the syllabus of Class X & XII (Board) was accomplished as per the time schedule. Same was the case with junior classes. Tests and Exams were conducted according to the CCE norms and records were maintained in respect of all subjects. Implementation of CCE was done with all seriousness following the norms and guidelines provided by CBSE. Needless to say, the sincere effort of the subject teachers as well as constant monitoring by the Principal could only make the CBSE March 2015 results memorable. Educational software CD s were purchased for effective teaching and learning process. The learning in the smart room with ICT based teaching enhanced the academic atmosphere in the school. [02] VMC Meeting 1. VMC meeting was organized in the Vidyalaya to discuss about progress made and to get the suggestions for handling the problems of the Vidyalaya. The principal requested the collector to sanction drinking water pipe line from Baikunthpur town to Vidyalaya Campus. State Govt. sections 1.23 Lakhs for water pipe line work completed and regularly we are getting water. 2. District Administration and VMC Members appreciated the functioning of Vidyalya under the leadership of Principal. [03 R.O. System in the Mess. We are thankful to Regional Office, Bhopal for granting fund for R.O. System. The Water purifier (R.O.System) was installed in the mess for providing quality drinking water to students. [04] Computer Lab 41 computers are functional at present in lab and all other departments are having Computers with Internet connectivity. There are total 55 Computers, two LCD Projectors and 01 laptop. Education is a progressive discovery of our own ignorance. JNV KOREA Page 11

12 [05] SMART CLASS ROOM The Smart class room has been well equipped with a fixed LCD projector and an educational software Smart Learning from Pune has been installed in the computer. The teachers teach the students by utilizing it. The Smart Learning Software provides previous years question paper, All Subject Class- VI to X and Schand Solutions for Class-XI & XII. Animation in science subjects, summary of the lesson, question answer both short and long and quiz programme on each topic are always available. It was very helpful for students as well as teachers. [06] GUEST ROOM Under Construction [07] MEDICAL ROOM The medical room was well equipped, with 4 beds. [08] ASSEMBLY All the academic activities were streamlined by introducing new ideas and creativity in a systematic manner. The teachers gave valuable messages to students through M.O.D. speech regularly. The communication skill of students in English is being developed through the morning assembly. [09] SAFETY & SECURITY The 14 points measures of safety & security issued by NVS New Delhi are being strictly adhered the safety & security of the Vidyalya children. A committee consisting of five teachers has been formed to look after the safety & security measures and the hazardous points if any in the campus are identified and repaired immediately. 04 CC Cameras are Fixed in the campus for security purpose, [10] BEAUTIFICATION OF THE CAMPUS The systematic plantation drive enhances the beauty of the Vidyalaya. The entrance part of the Vidyalaya is completely renovated to improve the beauty of the campus. [11] COMMUNITY CLEANING Vidaylaya adopted a systematic community cleaning program on every Sunday between 7.15 to 8.15 AM with a proper cleaning chart and all the teachers voluntarily monitor the cleaning aspects to maintain our Vidyalaya campus as a pollution free zone. [12] Dining Hall is Decorated Beauty fully with greatest writer s photos. RO System is also available capacity of 1000 Liters. Per hour, nicely working. [13] 16 stages Gymnasium is also established. Well maintain. (14) Swachbharat Abhiyaan regularly is followed and the main aim is to improve the beauty of the campus It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it. JNV KOREA Page 12

13 [13] CULTURAL On 26 th January 2015, the students secured 03 shields by performing an excellent cultural, March Fast and Scouts & Guides programme in district Republic pared. Education is the ability to listen to almost anything without losing your temper or your selfconfidence. OBJECTIVE OF THE SCHEME 1. To promote talent predominantly from rural areas and weaker sections of society 2. To provide quality modern education for all-round development of talented children. 3. To promote National Integration among students through the policy of Migration. 4. To establish pace setter institutions to be models in the districts and to be the resource centers for the promotion of excellence. MIGRATION One of the main objectives of Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti is the migration of students from Hindi speaking state to Non-Hindi speaking state and vice versa to promote the idea of National Integration among the students. Under this scheme this Vidyalaya is attached to JNV Prakasam 2 A.P. we sent 24 students of class IX to JNV Prakasam 2 A.P as 5 th batch. same time we received 23 students from them. MINI MIGRATION This Vidyalaya is having Science stream in the +2 level. Students of this Vidyalaya are selected for science stream. For the year , 2 students were mini-migrated for Science stream to JNV Jashpur and 5 students for Science stream at JNV Kabardha and 2 students for Science stream at JNV Janjgir Champa, one student Art Stream to JNV Bilaspur. JNV KOREA Page 13

14 FACILITIES AT A GLANCE I. Staff position a. Principal - 01 b. Vice-Principal - 01 c. Total no. of P.G.Ts - 08 d. Total no. of T.G.Ts - 15 e. Total no. of non-teaching staff - 12 g. Computer Faculty - 01-F.C.S.A II Infrastructural facilities a. Academic block consists of classrooms, laboratories, Principal s chamber, Vice- Principal s chamber, Office, Computer room, library, staff room, smart room, Art & Sport room, gym, Clinic. And work shop. b. There are staff quarters, bachelor quarters, LDC quarters c. Students are accommodated in dormitories ( Boys & girls) d. The kitchen-cum-dining hall serves the purpose of mess. III. Laboratories There are separate laboratories for Physics, Chemistry & Biology with adequate number of apparatus, sufficient chemical, slides, microscope, OHP and specimen for study. Maths lab, Social Lab, Jr. Science Lab, Smart room with LCD. IV. Library Our Vidyalaya library provides the right environment for enriching student s skill in reading. It treasures books on Education, Science, Literature in Hindi, English and Telugu, Philosophy and General knowledge besides possessing periodicals, Journals, Magazines and Newspapers. JNV KOREA Page 14

15 V. Play ground There is permanent football ground, Volleyball courts, Basketball courts, Kho- Kho, Kabaddi and Handball courts and indoor games room enabling the students to develop their skills in the field of sports and games. A 200mt.track is also available in the ground. Yoga is included in the daily routine. VI. Computer Compulsory Computer Education has been introduced for students of class VI to XII with 55 computers are maintaining for the learning purpose of computer Education. AC IT Lab, two smart rooms with fully furniture for E-Learning and all the departments having computers with Internet Connectivity and enter academic block maintaining with Solar Energy System. Also all the labs are connected with Internet through WiFi System. VII Safety and Security System From From the main gate the safety and security point of view, IT Labs, Samsung Smart Room, smart room and entrance of Academic Building are equipped with CC Cameras. VIII. Academic programmes a. Spilt up of syllabus and the Year Plan : b. Evaluation : c. Remedial programmes, Projects and Assignments : (Formative and summative assessments are conducted) Special coaching for slow learners Special study hours for class 12 th from 5.30 to 7.00a.m&8.45to10.15P.M D. Self Defense course for Girls Karate and Marshal Arts. E. Traditional Arts of Chattiasghar Karma Dance Korea area Special Dance. On line Teaching from other resource persons and e teaching. JNV KOREA Page 15

16 IX. Co-curricular Activity. Co-curricular activities enhance the all round development of the personality. Students perform in the field of music, dance, drama, games, sports, scout & guide activities. Celebration of festivals, club activities, literary programmes, releasing magazine, conducting art workshop, exhibitions reflect their creative skill properly enrooted. These activities generate a healthy team spirit, inculcating exploratory skill in every student. X. Water and Electricity There is adequate supply of water and also we are providing mineral water to all the students and staff in mess and academic block. There are three types of Energy Systems (Electricity, Solar Energy, 25KV Generator) These three systems are functioning smoothly. XI. Others Various Heads of the Department have been issued instructions to submit the requirement of the respective departments for this academic year and as per the allocation of fund the same will be procured, to enhance the existing facility. Annual purchase procedure is taken up and tenders have been floated in the month of April 2016 and the purchase formalities will we completed in the month of May Hence all the students assistance items will be purchased during the vacation ESTABLISHEMENT Monthly Reports: # Staff position - Teaching and Non-Teaching. # Monthly consolidated statement of Accounts. # Monthly mess expenditure statement. Quarterly Reports: # Student Enrolment Position. # Pending court cases. # Missing children, suspended employees moral turpitude. # Recruitment of minorities JNV KOREA Page 16

17 # Statement of expenditure # Statement of TC taken by students # Quarterly statement Admission, Staff position, Enrolment of students. Rajya Basha Reports. C.C.A. Language Activities: 1. Recitation 2. Story telling 3. Essay writing 4. Calligraphy 5. Debate 6. Declamation 7. Extempore 8. One Act play 9. Quiz 10. Translation 11. Creative writing 12. Elocution 13. Visualization of poem or prose 14. Composition of poem, story, essay writing etc. Performing Arts: 1. Solo Song and Group Song (Patriotic and Devotional) 2. Solo Dance and Group Dance 3. Mimicry 4. Mono Act 5. Mime 6. Classical Dance (Solo and Group) 7. Instrumental Music 8. Fancy dress competition 9. One act play in three languages Fine Arts: 1. Tableau 1. Drawing & Painting competition 2. Greeting cards 3. Exhibition 4. Tice making 5. Models preparation JNV KOREA Page 17

18 6. Scalpers. Science & Maths: 1. Quiz 2. Exhibition 3. Essay competition 4. Seminars Social Science: 1. Quiz 2. Youth Parliament 3. Exhibition 4. Seminars Guest Lectures by Experts: 1. Health & Hygiene 2. Adolescence problems 3. AIDS awareness 4. Counseling 5. Legal literacy 6. Road safety 7. Value Education Club Activities 1. Nature club 2. Computer club 3. Art club 4. Sports and Games club 5. Language clubs (Hindi, English and Telugu) 6. Leaders Club 7. Guarding Club 8. Jr. & Sr. Mathematics Clubs 9. Readers Club 10. Music Club 11. Jr. & Sr. Science Clubs 12. yoga club 13. scalper club 14. self Defense course for all girls JNV KOREA Page 18

19 Academic Plan JNV KOREA Page 19

20 INSTITUTIONAL PLAN, JNV, BAIKUNTHPUR, KOREA (C.G.) JNV KOREA Page 20

21 Jawahara Navodaya Vidyalaya, Baikunthpur, District Korea (C. G.) ANNUAL CALENDER FOR THE YEAR April Date Day Friday Academics Beginning of new session/text book & note book distribution completed/distribution of time table Administrative and Establishment New Classes Starting CCA and Sports Shifting and arranging in hostels Saturday Shifting of the Students Staff Meeting Shifting and arranging in hostels Sunday Sunday Activities cleaning of house and surrounding Monday Submission of Institutional plan Staff Meeting Tuesday Class Observation by Vice Principal Wednesday class observation by V.P. Tender floated Sending of consolidated monthly statement cleaning of house and surrounding Thursday class observation by ppl. World Health Day Friday ACR of Nonteaching Staff- sending Saturday XI class students Meeting Sunday Monday CBSE SA-2,FA-3 & FA-4 Uploading Tuesday Meeting with XII class students. Preparation of Annual Account Continues Preparation of Annual Account start Sunday Activities, Sarva Dharma Prathna and CCE Activities Preparation of Annual Account Continues Physical fitness test -Boys & Girls.Yoga Practies Physical fitness test -Boys & Girls.Yoga Practies Physical fitness test -Boys & Girls.Yoga Practies Wednesday Normal Routines Thursday Normal Routines Friday Supervised study Saturday Class observation by ppl Sunday Sunday Activities, Sarva Dharma Prathna and CCE Activities. Mess committee meeting Preparation of Annual Account Last date of submission of IX class form Career guidance programme for xii,xi students.(librarian) Physical fitness test -Boys & Girls.Yoga Practies Road safety awareness programme. Sunday-Cleaning of house & surroundings Monday Class observation by Principal Verification of lat.ent. Routine Health Check-up JNV KOREA Page 21

22 Tuesday Normal Routines of the Vidyalaya Forms Wednesday Hostel visit by Principal &- Jr.Boys' Thursday Sending of CCE record IX & X Hard Copy Friday Supervised study Saturday Class observation by Principal Sunday Sunday Activities, Sarva Dharma Prathna and CCE Activities Monday Hostel visit by ppl -girls' Tuesday Admit Cards Sent for Lat.Ent. Allotment of Duties for Annual Day Sunday Activities, Sarva Dharma Prathna and CCE Activities Total Regd.Lat.Entry- IX-299 Nos. Sunday.cleaning of hostel and sorroundings..preparation for annual day..preparation for annual day. road safety awareness programme,preparation for annual day Sunday.Cleaning of house & surroundings,world Earth Day Cleanliness competition Sunday.cleaning of hostel and sorroundings..preparation for annual day Wednesday Condemnation Committee Meeting Holiday homework/project given to children Tender schedules preparation Thursday Holiday homework/project given to children Preparation for annual day..preparation for annual day Friday Annual Day celebration Annual Day Annual Day celebration Saturday Sending children to their homes for summer vacation duly handing over to their parents. Sending children to their homes for summer vacation duly handing over to their parents. Sending children to their homes for summer vacation duly handing over to their parents. May Date Day Academics Administrative and Establishment CCA and Sports Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Checking of school surrounding for repair & replacement Submission of CPF & GSLIS Submission of Annual Account to R.O. Sending of consolidated monthly statement to R.O Saturday JNV KOREA Page 22

23 Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Campus Cleaning Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday repair of water tanks of mess repair of water tanks of mess repair of water tanks of mess repair of water tanks of mess Thursday Friday repair of water tanks of a/c block Saturday repair of water tanks of a/c block Sunday Sunday Monday T.C.preparation Tuesday Wednesday Bhudda Purnima Repair of furniture Thursday Friday Saturday X class result & sending of result analysis to R.O Sunday Campus Cleaning Monday Tuesday T.C.preparation Anti tobacco day JUNE Academics Administrative and Establishment Date Day Wednesday Submission of CPF & GSLIS Thursday Mentinance Works Friday letters sent to IX class lat.students letters sent to IX class lat.students Saturday Mentinance Works CCA and Sports Sunday Monday XI class stream JNV KOREA Page 23

24 Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday IX class lat.students Telephonic call VI class admission Form Preparation, Verification of VI at school level Dispatch of letters for class VI admission Monday Completion of XI admission Tuesday Wednesday allocation Repair of electrical fittings Repair of electrical fittings Mantinence of Genrator Repair of electrical fittings Placing order for Provisions, daily use items & uniforms Placing order for stationary Dispatch of letters for class VI admission Completion of XI admission Cleaning of water tanks & roofs Cleaning of water tanks & roofs Thursday ix class lateral entry test Test Conduction Friday Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday All the staff members report after the summer vacation. Keep ready the hostel for the students/staff meeting Preparation of hostel to receive children Making the class rooms ready for the children.children reporting back. Cleaning of hostel & surroundings Cleaning of hostel & surroundings Cleaning of hostel, classrooms & surroundings All the staff members report after the summer vacation. Keep ready the hostel for the students/staff meeting Procurement of items from the tenderers Vidyalaya starts functioning. International Yoga Day Test paper submission to Cluster All the staff members report after the summer vacation. Keep ready the hostel for the students/staff meeting Students Reporting, Children settling down in hostels. JNV KOREA Page 24

25 July Date Day Academics Administrative and Establishment CCA and Sports Friday Classes Starting Classes Starting Campus Cleaning Saturday Sunday Monday Collection of project assignment from children Sunday Activities, Sarva Dharma Prathna and CCE Activities. Sending of CPF & GSLIS Distribution of toilet items. Sunday.cleaning of hostel and sorroundings. Sending of consolidated monthly statement Tree plantation in the campus Sunday.cleaning of hostel and sorroundings. Career guidance programme for xii,xi students.(librarian) Tuesday Collection of project assignment from children Disribution of student related items.uniform stitching starts. Tree plantation in the campus Wednesday VI-class admission-i-group Thursday Friday Saturday Safety & security meeting Sunday Monday Tuesday World Population Day, VI-class admission-ii-group Sunday Activities, Sarva Dharma Prathna and CCE Activities Wednesday Class observation by Principal Thursday Friday Not Book Checking Saturday Sunday Monday Exam FA-1,Unit Test Tuesday Exam FA-1,Unit Test Wednesday Exam FA-1,Unit Test-1 VI-class admission-igroup & Request for IX class wait list to R.O. Bhopal VI-class admission-iigroup Sunday.cleaning of hostel and sorroundings. Distribution of stationary to vi stud. & Stitching continuous, Sending letters to nonreporting students of vi class Battery test for Sr. girls & boys.health check up Tree plantation. CCA World population Day-Speech & awareness programme. Sunday.cleaning of hostel and sorroundings. Tree plantation Sports skill test of students, trial & selection for sports meet Sports skill test of students, trial & selection for sports meet, CCA Sports skill test of students, trial & selection for sports meet JNV KOREA Page 25

26 Thursday & Friday Saturday Class observation by ppl Sunday Monday Sunday Activities, Sarva Dharma Prathna and CCE Activities Tuesday Class observation by ppl Wednesday Subject committee meeting Thursday Friday Hostel visit by PPL Medical check-up by Vidyalaya doctor Medical check-up by Vidyalaya doctor Sunday.cleaning of hostel and sorroundings. Meeting with XII Students sending of -migrating children & Practice for sports meet, Club Act ivies Sunday.cleaning of hostel and sorroundings. Practice for sports meet Saturday CCA Activities CCA Activities CCA Activities Sunday AUGUST Date Day Monday Academics Staff meeting HM s & Leaders Meeting, CA and CCA Activities, class observation by ppl Tuesday evaluation of cl.work and home work Administrative and Establishment Staff meeting, Club Activities, distribution of toilet items Mess committee meeting CCA and Sports Preparation for 15th August/Poem recitation in Telugu Rangely Wednesday Athletic meet Athletic meet Thursday & Friday Mess Committee Meeting Mess Committee Meeting Saturday Sunday Review on FA-1 Result, evaluation of cl.work and home work Sunday Activities, Sarva Dharma Prathna and CCE Activities. Admission of wait list students of class vi.submission of CPF,GSLIS. Sunday.cleaning of hostel and sorroundings. Preparation for 15th August Independence Day celebration. Sunday.cleaning of hostel and sorroundings Monday Normal Vidyalaya Routines Tuesday Normal Vidyalaya Routines JNV KOREA Page 26

27 Wednesday Cleaning of bushes and grass Thursday & Friday Preparation for 15th August Independence Day Saturday.evaluation of speech,comprehension,dramatisatio n, creative writing etc. Cleaning of bushes and grass Preparation for 15th August Independence Day Sunday Cleaning of bushes and grass Preparation for Independence day Monday Independence Day celebration Independence Day Independence day celebration.friendly cricket match Tuesday Class Observation by VP Wednesday Meeting with XI Students Sup.study Thursday & Friday Exhibition Preparation Exhibition Preparation Saturday CA and CCA Activities Sunday Sunday Activities, Sarva Dharma Prathna and CCE Activities Monday Normal Vidyalaya Routines Tuesday Hostal Visit by PPL Wednesday xi,xii.class observation by ppl Thursday Pace Setting Activity, ix and xi class cbse registration Sunday.cleaning of hostel and sorroundings. Meeting with house masters & volley ball match for sr.boys, Maths quiz competition. under CCA Programme Sunday.cleaning of hostel and sorroundings Friday Exhibition Preparation Exhibition Preparation Saturday Hostel visit by ppl Sunday Sunday Activities, Sarva Dharma Prathna and CCE Activities. Sunday.cleaning of hostel and sorroundings Monday Unit Test-2,Hostel visit by ppl Exam UT-2 Mother teresa's B'day.Speech in the assembly. Sunday.cleaning of hostel and sorroundings. National Sports day. Speech in the assembly.sports quiz Tuesday Unit Test-2 Exam UT-2 JNV KOREA Page 27

28 Wednesday Exam Unit Test-2 Exam UT-2 Talk on Munshi prem chand- B'Day of Prem chand-31.aug SEPT Academics Administrative and Establishment CCA and Sports Date Day Thursday Evaluation of projects & & Friday Submission of note book to PPL Distribution of toilet item Saturday Evaluation of activities in maths & Sending of CPF & science GSLIS CCA Activities Sunday Sunday. Cleaning of Sunday Activities, Sarva Dharma Sunday.cleaning of hostel and hostel and Prathna and CCE Activities. sorroundings. surroundings Monday Teachers' day celebration Teachers' day celebration Teachers' Day celebration Tuesday Inter House sports Compt Wednesday Class observation by ppl Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Sunday Activities, Sarva Dharma Prathna and CCE Activities. evaluation of cl.work and home work by Principal Wednesday Class observation by ppl Thursday Evaluation of projects & Distribution of JNVST forms by staff & Mess committee meeting Distribution of JNVST forms by staff Sunday.cleaning of hostel and sorroundings. Preparation of RE & BE Distribution of JNVST forms by staff & World literacy day (Rally at Baikunthpur) under CCA Programme Evaluation of projects &,World Literacy Day Football match jr boys. Routine health check-up by vidyalaya doctor Sunday.cleaning of hostel and sorroundings. Group song competitionpatriotic. and Hindi Pakhwada programme Hindi Pakhwada diwas inauguration Friday Note Book Checking Note Book Checking Saturday CA & CCA Activities CA & CCA Activities CA & CCA Activities Sunday Sunday Activities, Sarva Dharma Prathna and CCE Activities. Sunday.cleaning of hostel and sorroundings. Sunday.cleaning of hostel and sorroundings Monday evaluation of cl.work and home work by Principal Online LOC of xii class students. Hindi drama competition and Hindi Pakhwada programme Tuesday Note book checking by VP JNV KOREA Page 28

29 Wednesday Hostel visit by PPL Thursday SA-1 Exam JNVST forms sending to BEOs. & Ganesh pooja complete, immersion of idol in the river and Hindi Pakhwada programme Friday SA-1 Exam unedr pace setting activity inter distict hindi quiz competition held on account of Hindi Pakhwada Saturday SA-1 Exam CCA Sunday Monday SA-1 Exam Sunday Activities, Sarva Dharma Prathna and CCE Activities. Sunday.cleaning of hostel and sorroundings. Sunday.cleaning of hostel and sorroundings Tuesday SA-1 Exam NSS day and Hindi Pakhwada programme Wednesday SA-1 Exam Hindi Pakhwada Prog Thursday SA-1 Exam Friday SA-1 Exam October Date Day Academics Saturday Valuation of SA-1 Exam Copy Sunday Sunday Activities, Sarva Dharma Prathna and CCE Activities Monday Preparation of SA1 Result Tuesday Normal Vidyalaya Routines Wednesday Assignment no. & Project no Thursday Evaluation of projects & Friday Home work for Autumn Break Saturday Home work for Autumn Break Sunday Monday Tuesday Leaving Students & Locking of Dorms Administrative and Establishment CCA and Sports Gandhi Jayanti Wednesday M&R Works Thursday Friday Electrical Works JNV KOREA Page 29

30 Saturday Water Tanks Cleaning Sunday Solar System Maintenance Monday Electrical Works Tuesday M&R Works Wednesday Thursday Solar System Maintenance Friday CBSE Works Saturday M&R Works Sunday RO System Maintenance Monday Water Tanks Cleaning CBSE Works Tuesday Mess Cleaning Wednesday Academic Block Cleaning Thursday Friday Academic Block Cleaning M&R Works Saturday Sunday Mess Cleaning Monday M&R Works NOV Academics CCA and Sports Date Day Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday M&R Works Academic Block Cleaning Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Receiving Students after Autumn break Wednesday Re opening of the Vidyalaya Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Collection of project assignment from children Sunday. Cleaning of hostel and surroundings Monday Children's day National Education Day. Sunday. Cleaning of hostel and surroundings. Children's day, National Book Week Celebration Tuesday Library Book Week Program JNV KOREA Page 30

31 Wednesday Library Book Week Program Thursday Administrative Works Library Book Week Program Friday Normal Vidyalaya Routines Saturday CA&CCA Activities CA&CCA Activities Book week celebration.book review competition Under CCA Programme Sunday Holiday Routines Monday Note Book checking by VP Tuesday Class Inspection by VP Wednesday Thursday Evaluation of projects & & Scrap book making competitionlibrary activity..routine health check up. Under CCA Programme Friday Unit test for class xi and xii Saturday Club Activities CA&CCA Activities CCA Programme Sunday CLass observation by ppl. Badminton match Sr.girls Monday Sumission of marks of speech,comprehension,dramatisatio n, creative writing etc, Tuesday Wednesday DEC Academics Date Day Thursday Evaluation of projects & Friday Class Observation By Principal/VP Saturday Class observation by ppl Sunday Sunday Activities, Sarva Dharma Prathna and CCE Activities Monday Subject committee meeting Staff meeting and M & R Meeting Administrative and Establishment & Sending students for maths olymp Sunday. Cleaning of hostel and surroundings. Sending of consolidated monthly Carroms for boys and girls - competition. CCA and Sports Evaluation of projects &, World AIDS Day Adolescence Education Programme, CCA Sunday. Cleaning of hostel and surroundings. Foot ball-sr.boys JNV KOREA Page 31

32 statement Tuesday Meeting with X Class Students Wednesday Pre Board Thursday Friday Evaluation of projects & Mess committee meeting & Saturday Revision for FA 3 & pre-board Hostel visit by PPL Human Right Day, Hindi drama competition, poster making competition Sunday Sunday Activities, Sarva Dharma Prathna and CCE Activities Monday Revision for FA 3 & pre-board Tuesday Revision for FA 3 & pre-board Sunday.cleaning of hostel and sorroundings. Sending for collection of q.p. Sunday.cleaning of hostel and sorroundings. Handball senior boys Wednesday FA3 Exam & Pre Board Thursday FA3 Exam & Pre Board Friday FA3 Exam & Pre Board Saturday CA & CCA Activities CA & CCA Activities Sunday Sunday Activities, Sarva Dharma Prathna and CCE Activities. Sunday. Cleaning of hostel and surroundings. CA & CCA Activities Mehndi competition Sunday. Cleaning of hostel and surroundings Monday Tuesday Wednesday Hostel visit by ppl Thursday Evaluation of projects & & Friday Class Observation By Principal / VP Farmers Day(Kissan Diwas) Saturday Christmas day celebration Chirstmas day celebration Chirstmas day celebration Sunday Christmas Chirstmas Chirstmas Monday Analysis of Pre Result Preparation of Final grant Cleaning of house & surroundings JNV KOREA Page 32

33 Tuesday Wednesday VP Meeting with XII Students cricket sr.boys Thursday & Friday Saturday CA & CCA Activities CA & CCA Activities New Year celebration JAN Date Day Academics Administrative and Establishment CCA and Sports Sunday Sarva Dharma Prathna, PTC New Year celebration Monday Class Observation by VP Tuesday Class Observation by Principal Wednesday Class Observation by VP Thursday Friday Evaluation of projects & & mess committee meeting Saturday Hostel visit by PPL /VP Hostel visit by PPL Sunday JNVST Routine health check-up by vidyalaya doctor Under CCA Programme Monday Hostel visit by PPL /VP Athletics Tuesday project & assignment no.4 to be given to children Basket ball for (Sr.girls) Wednesday Thursday Evaluation of projects & & & National Youth Day Celebration Friday House library development Saturday Revision for pre-board Sunday Sunday Activities, Sarva Dharma Prathna and CCE Activities Monday Class Observation By Principal Tuesday Subject committee meeting Wednesday Class Observation By Principal, Pre Board-II Exam Sending for collection of q.p. Sunday. Cleaning of hostel and surroundings. & Makarsankranti, CCA Sunday. Cleaning of hostel and surroundings. JNV KOREA Page 33

34 Thursday Pre Board-II Exam Friday Pre Board-II Exam Preparation for Republic day Preparation for Republic day Saturday Pre Board-II Exam Water testing Preparation for Republic day Sunday Sunday activities Water testing Preparation for Republic day Monday Pre Board-II Exam Preparation for Republic day Tuesday Pre Board-II Exam National girls child day celebration Wednesday Pre Board-II Exam Administrative Works Preparation for republic day celebration Thursday Republic day celebration. Republic day Republic day.celebration Friday Submission of marks of project & Saturday Class Monitors Meeting, Pre Board-II Exam Administrative Works House wise gardening competition. CCA Sunday Sunday Activities Monday Academic Meeting, Pre Board-II Exam Tuesday House Meeting, Pre Board-II Exam FEB Date Day Academics Wednesday Practical exam for XII Thursday Evaluation of projects & Friday subject committee meeting Saturday Practical exam for XII Sunday Sunday Activities, Sarva Dharma Prathna and CCE Activities Monday Practical exam for XII Tuesday Wednesday Mess Meeting Thursday Friday Practical s Evaluation of activities in maths & science & Lab Practical s Evaluation of projects & M & R Meeting Administrative and Establishment Distribution of toilet item. & Sending of CPF & GSLIS. Mess committee meeting Sunday. Cleaning of hostel and surroundings. Sending of monthly statement. & Records Verification CCA and Sports Kabaddi for jr.boys/girls Under CCA Programme Mono act competition Health Education on personal hygience - boys & girls Sunday. Cleaning of hostel and surroundings. Archery competition -sr.boys. Records Verification JNV KOREA Page 34

35 Saturday Class observation by ppl. Farewell to XII class Sunday Sunday Activities, Sarva Dharma Prathna and CCE Activities. Sunday.cleaning of hostel and sorroundings. Sunday.cleaning of hostel and sorroundings Monday CA & CCA Activities CA & CCA Activities CA & CCA Activities Tuesday Class observation by ppl. Safety & security meeting Archery competition -sr.girls Wednesday Revision Exam for Class-XI Thursday Friday Exam FA-4 Revision Exam for Class-XI, Exam FA-4 & & Saturday Exam FA-4 CA & CCA Activities Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Sunday Activities, Sarva Dharma Prathna and CCE Activities. Class observation by ppl., Revision Exam for Class-XI Class observation by ppl., Revision Exam for Class-XI Revision Exam for Class-XI, Sending of mark analysis of FA 4 to R.O Friday Revision Exam for Class-XI Sunday. Cleaning of hostel and surroundings. & Sending of mark analysis of FA 4 to R.O. Meeting With Class Leaders Saturday Revision Exam for Class-XI CCA Sunday Sunday Activities, Sarva Dharma Prathna and CCE Activities Monday Revision Exam for Class-XI Sunday. Cleaning of hostel and surroundings. Sunday. Cleaning of hostel and surroundings. Thinking day (scout & guide activity),computer science-quiz. Meeting With Class Leaders Sunday. Cleaning of hostel and surroundings. National Science Day Celebration Tuesday Revision Exam for Class-XI March Date Day Academics Wednesday Board exam for X & XII starts Thursday Friday Saturday Evaluation of projects & revision for SA 2 term exam continues. Revision for SA 2 term exam continues. Administrative and Establishment Distribution of toilet item & Sending of CPF & GSLIS. CCA and Sports National Defense Day CCA JNV KOREA Page 35

36 Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Sunday Activities, Sarva Dharma Prathna and CCE Activities. Revision for SA 2 term exam continues. Revision for SA 2 term exam continues. Evaluation of projects & Sunday. Cleaning of hostel and surroundings. Hostel visit by ppl. Hostel visit by ppl. & Sunday. Cleaning of hostel and surroundings. International womens' day. Speech on women empowerment Friday Preparation for the SA-2 Exam Preparation for the SA-2 Exam Saturday Sunday Revision for SA 2 term exam continues. Sunday Activities, Sarva Dharma Prathna and CCE Activities. House meeting Sunday. Cleaning of hostel and surroundings. Sunday. Cleaning of hostel and surroundings Monday Tuesday SA 2 for class VI to X & annual exam for XI Wednesday Evaluation of projects & &, World Disabled Day Thursday Friday Sending of marks of FA 1, FA 2, FA 3 & SA 1 of X class to CBSE. Sending of marks of FA 1, FA 2, FA 3 & SA 1 of X class to CBSE. World disabled day. Speech in the assembly Under Saturday SA 2 for class VI to X & annual exam for XI Meeting of stock holders Sunday Monday SA 2 for class VI to X & annual exam for XI Stock verification continues Tuesday &,International day for Elimination of Racial Discrimination Wednesday SA 2 for class VI to X & annual exam for XI Thursday SA 2 for class VI to X & annual exam for XI Sending for bringing text books Friday SA 2 for class VI to X & annual exam for XI Stock verification continues World forest day. International day of elimination of racial discrimination. Speech in the JNV KOREA Page 36

37 assembly Saturday Sunday SA 2 for class VI to X & annual exam for XI No-dues of XII class students Monday Evaluation and result preparation Tuesday Evaluation and result preparation Wednesday Annual stock verification completes condemnation committee meeting & Text book distribution continues Text book distribution continues Thursday Evaluation Evaluation Friday Result declaration & sending of result analysis to R.O./Board exam for XII completes Result declaration & sending of result analysis to R.O./Board exam for XII completes Result declaration & sending of result analysis to R.O./Board exam for XII completes.text book distribution completes. JNV KOREA Page 37

38 PACE SETTING ACTIVITIES July Tree plantation and Guarding Village (Kenapara) and Khutrapara, Amapara adoption Aug Friendly Games & Sports arrangement Sept Providing Library and Computer education to neighbor Vidyalaya Students and Staff. Nov A rally & awareness programme in the village on Communal Harmony, Ekta Diwas Rally and Pace setting activities. Dec Street play & awareness programme in the village on AIDS. Village cleanliness programme Mobile Library Facilitation to Vill. Amapara,and khutra para Schools Students N.S.S Program in the village of Khutra para. Jan Literacy program in the village of Kutrapara. Counselling for Board going Children. Feb Painting competition for neighbor Vill. Kenapara, and Krutra para and Amapara schools Students The investigation of the meaning of words is the beginning of education. JNV KOREA Page 38

39 List of Class Teachers & Class Monitors JNV KOREA Page 39

40 List of House Masters & Associate House masters JNV KOREA Page 40

41 Club List JNV KOREA Page 41

42 Class Wise Time Table Academic Year JNV KOREA Page 42

43 JNV KOREA Page 43

44 Teacher Wise Time Table Academic Year JNV KOREA Page 44

45 JNV KOREA Page 45

46 JNV KOREA Page 46

47 JNV KOREA Page 47

48 JAWAHAR NAVODAYA VIDYALAYA, BAIKUNTHPUR, KOREA (C. G.) STAFF POSITION, ACADEMIC SESSION S.No. Name of The Staff Designation Remark Mr. S Srinivasa Rao Principal Mrs. Swapna Ghosal Mr. Gyan Prakash Xess Mrs. Anita Xess Mr. Rajesh Kumar Mr. Awadhesh Pandey Mr. Surendra Kumar Jaiswal Mrs. T. Radhika Rani Mr. Anil Kumar Patel Mrs. Lalima Kharwar Vice Principal P.G.T (Maths) P.G.T (Bio) PGT (Geography) PGT(English) P.G.T (Chemistry) P.G.T (Hindi) [On Cont.] PGT(CS) [On Cont.] P.G.T (Physics) [On Cont.] Mr. S. Ekka Mrs. Poonam Maurya Mr. Umakant Dr. SLV Uma Maheswar Rao Mr. Praveen Kumar Mr. B.N. Das Miss Poonam Lata Nagra Mr. Nandram Ms. Pooja Chaudhary Mrs Banalata Rout Mr. Gautam Chand Sahu Mrs. Durga Shukla Ms. Vandana Palekar T.G.T (Hindi) T.G.T (English) T.G.T (S.St.) T.G.T(Telugu) T.G.T (Telugu) T.G.T (Librarian) T.G.T (Music) F.C.S.A [On Cont.] T.G.T (Maths)1 [On Cont.] T.G.T (Maths)2 [On Cont.] T.G.T (English) [On Cont.] T.G.T (Hindi)- [On Cont.] TGT (Science) [on cont.] JNV KOREA Page 48

49 Ms. Ramwati Rajwade Mr. Rohit Kumar Chichkhede Mr. Neelkanth Ambade Mr. Amrit Lal Namdeo Mrs. Anita Das Mr. Santosh Kumar Parashar Mr. Neeraj Kumar Mehta Mrs Seema Ekka Mr. Mukesh Kumar Soni Mr. Sanjay Kumar Singh Mr. Vivek Kumar Soni Mr. Sankar Lal Karcham Mr. Nandan Upaddhay Mrs. Rekha Singh Mr. Sarajul Khan Mr. Alok Sahu PET- (F) [on cont.] PET- (M) [on cont.] TGT (Art) [on cont.] O.S. Staff Neurse U.D.C L.D.C. L.D.C. Store Keeper Cook Mess Helper Mess Helper Chaukidar Metron-1 Electrician cum Plumber SCC (Daily Wage) 40 Mr. Rambhajan Rajwade(Bhole) Chaukidar (Daily Wage) JNV KOREA Page 49

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