For the previous 4 months, she has been working laborious for Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya examination for admission to Std VI, however the brand new admission rule make her ineligible to use in each Yavatmal and Wardha.
The rule makes it necessary for the dad or mum and the coed to be residents of the identical district to have the ability to apply for the doorway examination to the district’s JNV. Until now, college students might apply from any district so long as they’d accomplished Std V from that district.
Maharashtra State Major Academics’ Committee has written to B Venkateswaran, Navodaya Samiti’s deputy commissioner in Pune regional workplace requesting him to revoke the brand new admission rule.
In Maharashtra, many villages have major faculties solely as much as Std IV and college students transfer to the closest secondary college for increased schooling.
In border villages, the closest secondary college could also be within the adjoining district. For instance, college students in some border villages full Std IV within the village college after which go to the adjoining district for Std V and onwards.
Yashwant Borikar, headmaster of Kapsi Zilla Parishad college, stated ten of the 29 college students in Std V in his college are from Yavatmal.
“Their Aadhaar playing cards will present the everlasting deal with in a single district however their Std V certificates will present that they accomplished it in one other district. So these college students will neither have the ability to apply for the JNV admission check from their dwelling district, nor from the district the place they’re learning,” he stated.
Related is the case with many college students whose dad and mom have divorced and moved to a unique district or these whose dad and mom handed away and they’re residing with family members in a unique district, or youngsters of seasonal migrants and even long-term migrants.
“This rule has led to a complete group of kids who’re poor and needed to transfer to a unique district for real causes not noted of the chance to use for the JNV entrance check and hope for a greater future,” Vijay Kombe, common secretary of Maharashtra State Major Academics’ Committee, stated.
As per Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti‘s web site, within the tutorial yr 2020-21, over 25 lakh college students registered for the doorway examination to Std VI in JNVs throughout the nation and 45k college students have been chosen.
The competitors is excessive because the Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalayas are residential faculties that observe the CBSE curriculum and are utterly free from Stds VI to XII.
Mum or dad Dipak Bhoyar stated that two of his youngsters are in Std V and have been supposed to look for the JNV class VI entrance examination however shall be not noted of the method.
“The authorities should take into consideration some option to incorporate us. JNV is an efficient college and therefore all of us need our kids to review there in order that they’ll have higher lives than us,” he added.
A questionnaire to the registered e-mail addresses of Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti officers went unanswered.
A senior official from NVS, on the situation of anonymity, stated, “We launched this new rule as a result of we discovered that there have been teaching lessons that will enrol college students in districts with a comparatively decrease benefit after which make their college students apply for the doorway examination for the JNV in that district and these college students get by means of. JNV goals to provide a chance to deserving youngsters particularly from rural areas free and high quality schooling. With teaching lessons within the muddle, the underprivileged youngsters from that district, who couldn’t afford teaching lessons have been being not noted.”