Thursday, February 14, 2019

Pottery Workshop For Our Students.

                                       (Photo: Pottery work by Class IX students of K.V NTPC Kaniha)

Pottery, one of the oldest and most widespread of the decorative arts, consisting of objects made of clay and hardened with heat. The objects made are commonly useful ones, such as vessels for holding liquids or plates or bowls from which food can be served.

Reference- https://www.britannica.com/art/pottery

Pottery one of prehistorically human inventions and bears historical values and modern form of art and craft.  16 days Workshop on pottery was held at K.V NTPC Kaniha from 27.11.2018 to 17 .12.2018 for all c lasses to imbibe students the values of labour and life skills and the knowledge of innovation and creativity in preparing different forms and shape of pottery, terracotta art and craft with the know how of same.

The biggest game changer in Education will never be a technology - Its an educator who’s willing to be Innovative”
George Couros

Thursday, January 10, 2019

 22th Annual Day "ANUNAD 2018"  Celebrated on 18 December 2018 at K.V  NTPC   Kaniha

Saturday, November 24, 2018

National Library Week 2018

                           NATIONAL LIBRARY    WEEK 14th to 21th November, 2018
                                                      K.V NTPC Kaniha

                                               “Pick up a Book Pick up a Habit”

Program Schedule:
Date
 Event
Remarks
14.11.2018
Inauguration
Speech on Importance of Books Reading  in Students Life  By Principal Sir In Morning Assembly
15.11.2018
Essay Writing Competition
(VI-X )
Reading and Social Media
16.11.2018
Debate Competition (VI-IX )
Why I  Read Book
17.11.2018
Book Review Competition  (VI-VIII)
By checking the Book Review Note Book 
19.11.2018
Hindi Book Exhibition
At Library
20.11.2018
Book Jacket & Cover Designing (III- VI)
Primary Classes
21.11.2018
Meet The Author
Prize Distribution to Winner and Students who Donated Books (PustakUpahar)


Librarian                                                                                                                      Principal




Monday, August 27, 2018

Wednesday, August 01, 2018


Cabinet approves opening of 13 new Kendriya Vidyalayas in seven States and opening of second Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya at Alot, District Ratlam, Madhya Pradesh The Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs chaired by Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi has approved the proposal for opening of 13 new KendriyaVidyalayas (KVs) in seven States and a second JawaharNavodayaVidyalaya(JNV) in Alot, District Ratlam, Madhya Pradesh. These 13 schools are in Banda (Uttar Pradesh), Washim (Maharashtra), Chakpikarong (Manipur), Parbhani (Maharashtra), Nawada (Bihar), Mirjapur (Uttar Pradesh), Bhadohi ("Uttar Pradesh), Palamau (Jharkhand), Siddipet (Telangana), Kudamalakunte, (Karnataka), CISF Surajpur (Uttar Pradesh), Devkund (Bihar) and Baoli (Uttar Pradesh). The CCEA also approved the establishment of an additional JawaharNavodayaVidyalaya(JNV) at Alot, Ratlam District, Madhya Pradesh. Ratlam district of Madhya Pradesh has a high percentage of SC and ST population and there is huge demand for establishing an additional JNV in that district. Moreover, the State Government has also shown readiness to earmark the required extent of land and temporary accommodation for setting up the Vidyalaya. Benefits: At present the KVs are imparting quality education to more than 12 lakh students and JNVs are providing modern education free of cost to nearly 2.50 lakh students in different parts of the country. With the openingof these 13 new KVs about 13000 more eligible categories of students will be able to access affordable quality education and an additional 560 students will be benefitted from the second JNV at Alot once it becomes fully functional from Class VI to XII. Background: The Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs had at its meeting held in March, 2017 approved a proposal for setting up of 50 new KendriyaVidyalayas (KVs) under Civil/Defence Sector in the country under "Challenge Method" at an estimated outlay of Rs.1160 crore. These new KVs were to be opened only in those locations where the sponsoring authorities come forward and offer land as well as provide temporary accommodation as per norms of KVS, on 'first come first served' basis and the sanctions were to be utilized accordingly. In pursuance of this approval, KVS has so far issued administrative orders for opening of 37 new KVs consequent upon, the sponsoring authorities fulfilling the requisite norms. Detailed guidelines for consideration of proposals under the "Challenge Method" were issued in September, 2017. Thereafter, all the remaining proposals and other new proposals received by KVS were considered by a duly constituted committee which recommended the proposals for opening of new KVs to be considered under the "Challenge Method". 13 proposals scoring maximum weightage points under "Challenge Method" were recommended by the committee for being placed before the competent authority for approval. http://pib.nic.in/newsite/PrintRelease.aspx?relid=181358
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