NCC is being introduced in JNVs in a phased manner. Several NCC cadets from the JNVs have excelled themselves and brought laurels and have represented NVS in several districts / state and National Level Rallies / Parades / Competitions.
Samiti is recognized as a state for Scouts and Guides activities by BHARAT SCOUTS & GUIDES. Scouts & Guides are introduced in all the JNVs. Every year many Scouts & Guides of JNVs bring laurels being adjudged as President Scouts and excellent Guides by receiving awards by the Hon’ble President of India.
There are permanent Football ground, Volleyball courts, Basketball courts, Kho-Kho, Kabadi and Handball courts enabling the students to develop their skills in the field of sports and games.
Sports & Games
Games and Sports are encouraged in JNVs to develop fitness, physical and neuromuscular skills and to promote the spirit of cooperation and sportsman. Apart from the same, young talents are identified at an early stage and are helped to excel in their chosen field by specialized coaching through PETs / SAI Coaches at selected venues.
Samiti organizes school level, cluster level, regional level and national level competitions in sports and games every year. Specialized courses like, Archery, Judo and Gymnastic are also encouraged in some of the JNVs situated in the tribal areas of the country where the same are popular sports.
Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti is a state under School Games Federation of India and the Navodaya National teams compete with other state teams under SGFI banner. The progress made by Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti on sports front is commendable.
The school dining room provides nourishing, healthy meals to the students. The school chefs design the menu, keeping in mind the needs and desires of the children. Both vegetarian and non-vegetarian meals are served and the students often play an active part in menu planning. The school is very particular about cultural and religious sentiments and neither pork nor beef are ever served.
There are five employees under the supervision of a Catering Assistant to meet the Kitchen requirements.
The school provides residential facilities for boys and girls on campus. All the hostels are well appointed and have all the facilities that help the children live and grow in an environment that they can identify as their home. Trained staff members, including a housemistress and a housemaster, along with a whole range of support staff, are entrusted with the well being of the children and to ensure that the needs of our pupils are fully met. The school places much emphasis on the importance of students taking responsibility for themselves, and for each other, within a very carefully supervised framework. For our boarders, the hostel is also home and as such provides every facility for study, leisure and a flourishing sense of community, which can add so much to school days and later life.
The sense of security and loyalty engendered by the hostel life finds expression in many ways, and creates a healthy desire to excel in competition with the other houses, whether on the sports field, in the arts or in academic attainment. Friendships and mutual support play a large part in school life, and this is reflected in the boarding accommodation we provide. At the junior level, students stay in dormitory style accommodation.
The school strongly believes that the values of caring, sharing, and community living must be inculcated in our students from the very beginning. As the children move to senior classes, they are provided shared rooms.
Special Facilities available in the school are:-
MP Hall, Smart Room, etc.
The school has all the facilities of a modern, well-equipped school. Students are encouraged to involve themselves in the various facilities in order to evolve a healthy and well-groomed personality. Students are motivated to form various activity clubs and groups to develop sustained interest and interact with other students. Thus, the school ensures the grooming of students into multi faceted personalities, nurturing their talents and skills.
M.P. hall:- Morning Assembly
In morning assembly an exposure is given to students through different activities. The whole month is divided into four different weeks naming it with Science and Technology Week , Literature Week , Computer Week , Art and Music Week respectively . Morning assembly is conducted by the team student of the house on duty.
The objective of migration policy is not only to promote national integration but also to make the students aware of the culture, language, climatic conditions, food habits etc. of other non-Hindi speaking state.
Selection of students for migration is to be done in the monthof March as per NVS norms. Students and their parents are motivated by teachers and principal to achieve the aim of migration policy.
Railway tickets are reserved in advance to ensure safe and comfortable journey for the students and escorts. Arrangements are to be made to receive the migrated students and all the necessary materials like bedding, daily use items etc. are provided to them on the day of arrival. Their comfortable stay is ensured throughout the session keeping in view their food habits, culture and values. Time to time different kinds of tours and picnics are also arranged to get them familiar with the culture of Punjab.
On the very first day of their arrival here, a warm welcome is given to all the students along with introduction to be done during morning assembly.
Parent Teacher Council
The Vidyalaya has a parent teacher council(PTC) , which has involved itself in building the institution. Their active participation has helped the Vidyalaya in solving many problems locally. The PTC is constituted every year comprising of the parents and staff representatives under the chairmanship of the principal.
The different issues related to students, their academic progress, hostel life, food and other uses are discussed in detail. The suggestions and observations of parents are carefully, recorded and the Vidyalaya spares no effort to implement and incorporate them.
Vidyalaya at a Glance
Arts and Science
JNV NAHAN (HIMACHAL PARDESH)
LEASER 6 - 2, Inkjet – 2
Category of Vidyalya
CBSE Affiliation No.
2nd plan competed
Two, 10KW & 5KW
Projects in Pipeline
Slow sand filtration
Blocks in SIRMOUR Distt.
Total Polulation of Blocks
Name of Item
Amount (in Rs. per Year)
Other Misc. Items
(Stationary, TA, Medical, CBSE Fees etc.)