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       The uniqueness of Navodaya Vidyalayas has assured that they have been enjoying this strong brand equity over a period of time due to the consistent and top performance in CBSE. Navodaya Vidyalayas are well recognized as focal points of learning and all round development. The currency of the Navodaya Brand, derived from the academic performance, and success of the Alumni, has ensured that NAVODAYAS are one of the foremost and successful institutions in the country. The shortcoming faced by many Govt. Institutions, that they are almost unheard of, is no longer relevant in the context of Navodayas. Brand equity is nothing but the association made by people when they hear the name „Navodaya‟ or „JNV‟. Today the Navodaya Brand enjoys an unprecedented level of acknowledgement from the society in the field of secondary and higher secondary education. The teachers and students associate and noticeable changes in the quality of human lives in the Indian Society. Thus the Navodaya Brand has become synonymous with exemplary education and ll round development. However, ensure continued brand equity, we need to move with the times and keep our skills updated with the modern innovations and latest developments in the field of imparting modern quality education. The life skill along with leadership quality requires to be emphasized.

         The Vision of the Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti Headquarters, coupled with the efforts of the Officers, Principals, Vice-Principals, Teachers and non-teaching staff has assumed proportions of a healthy coalition, thus enabling Navodayas to continually churn out young and aspirant citizens possessing not just the requisite knowledge to succeed in various spheres, but also to develop a responsible, compassionate, dedicated and devoted attitude towards the society. Navodaya citizens definitely will be the ones most suited to lead the country in future since they are mentally alert, physically fit, psychologically balanced, emotionally matured and spiritually sound. They will be multi tasking, creative, innovative and eco friendly which are the most desirable attributes for the „Knowledge Society‟ into which the world is marching.

Steps to establish / Sustain Brand Equity:

1. Performance speaks – JNV must be much better than the rest in all areas.

2. Uphold values – Inculcate values through value embedded education.

3. Better life skill with leadership and skill development.

4. Develop a tradition of excellence in all areas.

5. The top brands always are the best –be the best in your field

6. Pursue high ideals and standards

7. Team work and smart work always lead to better productivity.

8. Everyone with similar taste would try to emulate, thus be a pacesetter.  

9. Reaching the top is easier than staying there. Continue efforts with zeal and vigour to stay at the top.

10. Consistent improvement and innovation at every step. In other words, aspire for the best all the time

11. Striving for common identity and empowering Navodayans to be lifelong learners and productive members of ever changing global society.

12. Develop a tradition of green life (i.e. planting of trees, better use of three R‟s and energy  conservation.




        Institutional planning is a complex idea, is to be worked out scientifically. It is a cooperative affair,undertaken by all the staff members of the school, who realize their full responsibilities and duties. Its success depends on the attitude, training, ability to face realities and a cooperative spirit among the planners at each level of educational hierarchy. The plans should be drawn in such way that the development is maximum and the chance of returns to the investment made are the greatest within the resources available. Institutional planning is an organized way of doing things in an institution. It leads to the attainment of objectives through intelligent utilization of the resources of the institution.



       As the Institutional plan seeks improvement in all directions it must touch varied aspects of the organization of schools. It must take the shape of an over-all scheme for the improvement of the school in respect of following:



(i) Provision of facilities to the pupils like the supply of drinking water, sanitary facilities, meals, medical facilities etc.

(ii) Collection of library books, Magazines, journals, Instructional materials and audiovisual aids for the school.

(iii) Landscaping including greening of the school.

(iv) Construction, maintenance and repair of school building.



(i) Division of the curriculum in each subject into monthly and weekly units and sub units.

(ii) Organization of remedial teaching for slow-learners.

(iii) Organization of extension lectures conference etc. in the institution.

(iv) Support of teacher-improvement programmers like in-service training, refresher courses, and orientation courses etc. for   teachers.



(i) Organization of physical activities in the school.

(ii) Organization of literary activities like preparation of bulletin boards, wall magazine, improved teaching aids and equipments.

(iii) Organization of social service projects.



(i) Organization of S.U.P.W.

(ii) Maintenance of and love for ecological equilibrium.



(i) Action Research and Evaluation



          Remedial teaching period is the time during which the identified low achievers in a particular subject will be looked after by the teachers for corrective instructions so that they can also achieve the mastery level in the subject. Low Achievers are those students who are unable to cope up with the work normally expected of their age groups. It is due to their limited cognitive capacity, poor memory, distraction and lack of concentration, inability to express ideas and also lack of motivation.

         At the beginning of the academic year the teacher should identify the students whose performance is poor and their individual differences should be noted. Proper diagnostic measures should be taken to identify the learning difficulties with causes before any remedial measure. Remedial instruction should be arranged in a systematic manner according to the nature of the pupils‟ difficulties. Special steps must be taken to improve their knowledge level and drill on practice is necessary for every student.

         The instructional content must be very carefully graded keeping in mind the capacity, requirement, educational and experience levels of the students. In the gradation of teaching materials, the principles of proceeding from easy to difficult and simple to complex must be scrupulously followed. Remedial work should be given in small doses and it should be so organized as to give a sense of achievement to the student. The remedial programme for low achievers includes motivation, individual attention, restoration and development of self confidence and special methods of teaching. The teacher should adapt a friendly, helpful and sympathetic attitude towards the student and always try to win their confidence.


      The following is the framework of remedial and supervisory study schedule in JNVs having up to class-XII. It is decided to have remedial classes only for needy students by allotting duties to the concerned subject teachers in the afternoon. Each class will have remedial for one subject per day. Overall 07 teachers will be engaged for seven classes (VI to XII), provided only one stream is available at the senior secondary level in the JNV. If two streams are available, additional duties have to be allotted accordingly. For non- remedial students, duties may be allotted as given below for supervision. Further the remedial teaching and afternoon supervision should go simultaneously in an effective manner .