I.Kendriya Vidyalayas are rendering exemplary services in diverse and dynamic ways towards national development and their performance has been really outstanding. It is working strenuously and sincerely towards promoting national integration and inculcating a national character among our students.
It is my proud privilege to share that KVS has improved its performance in terms of pass percentage in class XII CBSE results and achieved 93.38% which is 2.25% more as compared to previous year. The number of Kendriya Vidyalayas with 100% result has considerably gone up from 113 in 2010 to 140 in 2011. There has been a decline in the number of failures and subject wise pass percentage has also increased. In addition, most of our Kendriya Vidyalayas have fared very well in class X results. A large number of students got 10 grade points with a significant number of schools registering a pass percentage of 100%.
I congratulate all the teachers and students of Kendriya Vidyalayas for achieving
excellent exam results.
Good results are attained through hard work. Hard work put in by our teachers who constantly drive students to work hard has certainly helped us achieve success in the exams. Only a vibrant teacher can awaken the dreams and aspirations of the children and turn even mediocre students into super achievers. They have the potential to fire their imagination and enable them to convert their dreams into reality.
KVS not only provides quality modern education to its students but also focusses on development of life skills. I am sure that our students leaving school after class XII would turn out to be confident, empowered, independent and thinking individual who are able to make a mark for themselves in the society. Any institution however, good or grand is known by the successes & achievement of its students. It is the students which make a Vidyalaya good. Hence, I would like to congratulate all the students for the success of Kendriya Vidyalayas.
Let's make our organisation a place to promote freedom of thought, innovation and creativity which are essential for academic excellence. KVS has an excellent reputation for academic achievement and is committed to quality education and excellence, I am happy to have a committed group of educators working together to enrich our students' school experience.
Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan had set up a task force in 1994 to suggest a specific course of action for the strengthening of Primary Education in the Kendriya Vidyalaya. This Committee made some recommendations with an emphasis on joyful learning through an activity base approach. Accordingly the K V S has adopted the activity based approach for teaching at the Primary level, together with a system of grades for assessing the child’s performance. The aim of assessment is to improve the child’s capability rather enforcing retention in the same class.
To ensure a smooth transition from the home environment to the Primary school, a 'School Readiness Programme' of 6 weeks duration has been developed and adopted. At the end of the programme the teacher may assess if the desired behavioral outcome has been achieved in the following areas .
Recognition of the environment
Strengthening Of Primary Education
In pursuance to the recommendations of the Yashpal Committee, the School Readiness Programme for 6 to 8 weeks and the activity-based approach for teaching and grading system for assessing the performance of children have been adopted. The grading is for improving the competency and skill of the child rather than detaining the child in the same class. A five-point scale has been adopted for classes I to V. A handbook on School Readiness programme and handbooks for PRTs for classes I to V have been published to provide the required orientation for Principals and teachers.
A scheme of Pre-Primary classes on self-financing basis was started in 50 Kendriya Vidyalayas in the year 2000-2001. However, all Kendriya Vidyalayas having three or more sections in each class have noe been allowed to introduce upto two sections of the pre-primary on self financing basis, provided there is a demand from category 1st parents and infrastructure is available with the Vidyalaya. Its salient features are :-
The Vidyalaya will spare one class room of suitable size on the ground floor.
A development fee of Rs. 400/- per child per month will be charged.
Admission will be granted as per the priority categories applicable for Class I
Class-strength should be between 20 to 25 only.
Age of the child should be four years as on Ist April. The upper age limit is 5 years.
Duration of the class will be 4 hours and will be conducted 5 days a week.
A Nursery trained teacher and an Aaya will be engaged on part-time basis. At present pre-primary education is implemented in 166 Kendriya Vidyalayas.
B.FEE STRUCTURE (PER MONTH) w.e.f. 01.10.2009
1. Admission Fee Rs. 25.00
2. Re Admission Fee Rs 100.00
3. Tutition Fee
3(a) Class IX & X (Boys) Rs 200.00
3(b) Class XI & XII Commerce & Humanities (Boys) Rs 300.00
3(c) Class XI & XII Science (Boys) Rs.400.00
4. Computer Fund
4(a) Class III onwards wherever Computer Education is being imparted Rs 50.00
4(b) Computer Science Fee. (for elective subjects) + 2 stage Rs 100.00
5 Vidyalaya Vikas Nidhi
5(a) Class I - X Rs 240.00
5(b) Class XI & XII (non-science) Rs 240.00
5(c) Class XI & XII (Science) Rs 300.00
III.KENDRIYA VIDYALAYA NO.1 DEHU ROAD,PUNE - 412101
(Affiliated to : Central Board of Secondary Education)
Telephone No : 020-27671302,Fax No : 020-27671302
E-mail (Principal) - firstname.lastname@example.org
E-mail (Chairman) - email@example.com
Date of Opening of KV - 1964
Type of School
Play Schools / Primary Schools
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