About Us

Brief History of our Vidyalaya

In 1985, the Government of India has decided to set up co-educational institutions known as Model Schools, one in each district, essentially to provide good quality modern education to the talented children predominantly from rural areas. Accordingly, two schools called as Navodaya Vidyalayas, one at Amravati (Maharastra) and another at Jajjar (Hariyana) were started in 1985-86 and presently more than 595 Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalayas are spread across the length and breadth of the country in all the States and Union Territories except Tamil Nadu. JNV, Banekuchi was established in 1994 in Mukalmua of Nalbari District in a temporary building and the vidyalaya was shifted to the present complex in Banekuchi in the year 2005.

SALIENT FEATURES OF OUR VIDYALAYA

Free good quality modern education to the rural talents.
Reservation of 75% of seats for rural and 25% for urban, out of which reservation for SC and ST in proportion to the population of the district subject to the national minimum. Reservation of 33% of the intake to girls.
Free boarding and lodging facilities including free text books, stationeries, uniforms, daily use items, bedding items, etc.
Teaching and learning through multimedia and ICT devices.
Strict implementation of three language formula. Learning through mother tongue up to Class VIII.
Special emphasis on Sports and Games, Art in Education CCA, Scouts and Guides, NGC, NSS, NCC etc.
Promoting National Integration through understanding the diversity and the cultural plurality of the country through the migration policy at Class IX.
Affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education.
Admission in Class VI through a specially designed culture free non verbal finaltest conducted by CBSE called as JNVST.

 

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