Know how students can get admission in classes VI and IX of Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalayas...

Know how students can get admission in classes VI and IX of Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalayas...

 Former South African President Nelson Mandela once said, 'Education is the most powerful weapon you can use to change the world.' The Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalayas (JNVs) of the country are also playing such an important role in nurturing rural talent. Every year a large number of students studying in these schools also crack exams like JEE Main, JEE Advanced and NEET with good ranks.

From here, the students who have secured top positions at the national level are proving their success in various fields. These schools are run in different regions of the country by Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti under the Ministry of Education, Government of India, which have separate hostels, free education, food and accommodation facilities for boys and girls. These schools are affiliated to CBSE (Central Board of Secondary Education).

Free education from class VI to XII: Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalayas were established in Jhajjar in Haryana and Amravati in Maharashtra for the first time in the country with the objective of providing quality and modern education to the talented students of rural areas through the National Education Policy 1986. . At present the total number of such JNVs in the country is 661. In these schools, students from class VI take admission and study free of cost till class twelfth. The cost of complete education for seven years from class VI to XII is borne by the Government of India. There are eight regional offices to run these Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalayas established in all the 28 states and seven union territories of the country.

 Admission to class VI in these schools requires passing a national level test called Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya Selection Test (JNVST). This exam is conducted every year by CBSE, in which 80 successful students are selected for enrollment in two sections of class VI. To take part in this entrance exam, the students who want to appear in this entrance exam should have completed 3rd, 4th and 5th classes from any government or government aided or government recognized school. Also, the age of the student should be between 9 years to 13 years to apply for the exam. Mental ability in this two-hour entrance exam, Questions related to Arithmetic and Language are asked. There are total 80 questions in the paper. All questions are objective type. The total marks of the paper is 100. The special thing about this exam is that the student can take part in this selection test only once. Usually in the month of September-October online free forms are filled for this entrance examination from the admission portal of Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti. There is also a provision of reservation of 33 percent seats for girls, 3 percent for Divyang in the entrance examination.

Lateral Entry in Class IX: In Navodaya Vidyalayas, students are admitted in class IX apart from VI. For this, Lateral Entry Selection Test (LEST) is conducted, in which students studying in class VIII can apply. Similarly, there are admissions for the eleventh also. But these admissions are done on the basis of marks and other prescribed standards of the students who have passed 10th class from a recognized school. These Lateral Entry Tests are based on the dropout/vacated seats in the school. There is no separate seat for this.

Applications invited for admission in IX: Online application has been sought for admission to vacant seats in class IX for the session 2022-23 in Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalayas. Interested students can apply for this till 31 October 2021.

Educational Qualification: Students who have studied class VIII in government/government aided schools in the academic session 2021-2022 are eligible to apply. But this application should be for the same district where the students are studying and want admission in Navodaya Vidyalaya located there.

Age Limit: The student seeking admission must have been born between 1st May, 2006 to 30th April, 2010.

Date of Selection Test: 9th April, 2022

How to Apply: For detailed information and application about this, visit the website (www.navodaya.gov.in) or you can contact the Principal of Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya of the concerned district.


Dharmendra of Rohtas to take training in stubble management in Ludhiana, 20 agricultural scientists selected from Bihar

Dharmendra of Rohtas to take training in stubble management in Ludhiana, 20 agricultural scientists selected from Bihar

 Due to burning of stubble, where the fertility of the field is destroyed, the environment is also being harmed heavily. At the same time, its efficient management can fulfill the proverb of spewing gold in the fields. Fertilizer power can be increased in the fields by developing biochar technology through this straw. Through biochar technology, the stubble will be smelted at high temperature to produce charcoal. Bio-fertilizer will be made from this charcoal. Agriculture Department has selected Karghar Dharmendra of Rohtas district for Punjab Agricultural University Ludhiana for taking training in stubble management. Along with them, 20 agricultural scientists, technical experts and people doing better work in the agriculture sector have been selected from across the state. The training will run from 27 to 30 September. After taking the training, it will be their responsibility to take the biochar technology to the farmers in the district.

According to agricultural scientists, biochar technology is very easy and cheap. Biofertilizer will not only keep the soil healthy and increase its fertility, but its use can increase the production of farmers by more than two times. Dharmendra Kumar says that biochar in agriculture can change the fate of farmers here. The fertility of the soil will be increased by converting crop residue straw into biochar. According to Dharmendra, just as coal is made by burning wood, similarly crop residue is smelted at high temperature to form coal. This finished coal is not burnt in a chulha, rather it is used for a long time and buried in the soil to increase the fertility of the fields.

Adding this coal to the soil increases its fertility. This also increases the water holding capacity. Harmful gas emissions are also reduced and the carbon content will be stabilized for a long time. Told that he has received a letter from the Directorate of Distance Education of Bihar Agricultural University, Sabour for this training. In which from September 27 to 30, Punjab University has been selected to take training in Ludhiana. In this, 20 people from across the state have been selected. Apart from him, Ashok Kumar, Kumar Premchand, Bhikhari Rai have also been selected from Rohtas district. It is to be known that before this Dharmendra has taken training from IIT Kharagpur about advanced farming techniques.