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KVS Transfer Guidelines 2018

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KVS Transfer Guidelines 2018

 

F.I-I/2018/KVS HQ (Estt-II)

Dated: 13.04.2018

The Deputy Commissioner/Director,
Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan,
All Regional Offices/ZIETs.

 

Sub: Notification of KVS Transfer Guidelines 2018 for non-teaching staff upto Assistant Section Officer and teaching staff upto PGTs – regarding.

 

Madam/ Sir,

With reference to the subject cited above, this is to inform that Transfer Guidelines of KVS 2018 for non-teaching staff upto Assistant Section Officer and teaching staff upto PGTs duly approved by the Board of Governors (BOG) of KVS in its 109th meeting held on 06.03.2018 are enclosed herewith for the reference of all stakeholders.

 

You are, therefore, directed to circulate these Transfer Guidelines in all Kendriya Vidyalayas of your region/ZIET/R0 etc. The Principals should be directed to take printout of sufficient copies of Transfer Guidelines and to keep them in the library and staff rooms of the Vidyalayas for perusal of staff members. The controlling officers should make all efforts to make these guidelines known to each and every employee of the Vidyalaya.

 

Schedule of Annual Transfer 2018 will be notified in due course of time, before that it is desired that KVS employees who are eligible for applying for request transfer in 2018 and willing to do so, they must keep their documents/certificates ready in support of their claims as Single Parent/Medical Ground Case/Disability Certificate/PH Certificate etc. To avoid any controversy/inconvenience at last moment, every employee should act well within the time to arrange all these documents/certificates.

Grading/Points of APARs of employees of preceding 02 years should be made available to the Principal by the Regional Office in advance.

 

Hindi version of the Transfer Guidelines is being sent separately.

 

This must be given Top Priority.

Yours faithfully,

(U.N. KHAWARE)
ADDITIONAL COMMISSIONER (ADMN & ACAD.)

 

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KV School Fee Structure: Proposal for Revision of Tuition Fee

KV School Fee Structure: Proposal for Revision of Tuition Fee

“A proposal for enhancement of tuition fees was moved by Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan to its Board of Governors for approval. However no decision is taken on the matter”.

Minister of State for Human Resource Development Shri Updendra Kushwaha said in written reply to a question in Lok Sabha on 26th March, 2018 that there is a proposal for enhancement of tuition fees was moved by Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan to its Board of Governors for approval. However no decision is taken on the matter.

Also he added, as per the codal provisions contained in the Accounts Code for the Kendriya Vidyalayas (KVs), the Sponsoring Project Authorities are at liberty to apply a differential fee structure in their sponsored KVs, if they so decide.

Three KVs vizSteel Plant, Visakhapatnam, Panchgram and BHEL Jagdishpur have enhanced the fees to augment their internal receipts for meeting the committed expenditure. Details are as follows:-

1. KV Steel Plant, Visakhapatnam:An increase of Rs.100 per month in the form of Project fees for Project students and Rs.350 per month (average) for non-Project students has been introduced by the project authority.

2. KV,Panchgram:An increase of Rs.500 per month in the form of development fees/Project Fees for both Project students and non-Project students has been introduced.

3. KV, BHEL Jagdishpur:An increase of Rs.927 per month (average) for BHEL students and Rs.1617 per month (average) for non BHEL students has been introduced by the Project Authority.

Fees of Class 1 to 12th in Kendriya Vidyalayas revised from 1.4.2013 and the same continued till now.  No tuition fee is charged from boys up to Class VIII, girls up to Class XII, for SC/ST students,
Children of KVS Employees, Children of Officers and men of the Armed Forces killed or disabled during the wars of 1962, 1965, 1971, 1999-Kargil War (against China and Pakistan).

FEE STRUCTURE (PER MONTH) w.e.f. 01.04.2013
1.
Admission Fee
Rs. 25.00
2.
Re Admission Fee
Rs 100.00
3.
Tuition Fee
3(a)
Class IX & X (Boys)
Rs 200.00
3(b)
Class XI & XII Commerce & Humanities (Boys)
Rs 300.00
3(c)
Class XI & XII Science (Boys)
Rs.400.00
4.
Computer Fund
4(a)
Class III onwards wherever Computer Education is being imparted
Rs 100.00
4(b)
Computer Science Fee. (for elective subjects) + 2 stage
Rs 150.00
5
Vidyalaya Vikas Nidhi (Classes I – XII)
Rs. 500.00

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Human Resource Development will rank its over 1,000 Kendriya Vidyalayas (KV)

Human Resource Development will rank its over 1,000 Kendriya Vidyalayas (KV)

The Ministry of Human Resource Development will rank its over 1,000 Kendriya Vidyalayas (KV), a first of its kind initiative by the government, with an aim at improving the institutes through holding a competition among them, sources said.

The outcome of the initiative, the process of which has started recently, will be declared in June next year, the source said.

The move follows the direction of Union HRD Minister Prakash Javadekar with an aim at improving the Kendriya Vidyalayas, the source said.

According to sources, inspection of schools would be done twice for the ranking which would be an annual exercise from next year.

With maximum 1,000 points, the KVs would be graded under four categories, with 80 per cent and above (excellent) under A category, 60-79.9 per cent (very good) in B category, 40- 59.9 per cent (Good) in C, and below 40 per cent (average) in D.

Over 1,000 KVs would be assessed under seven parameters, including academic performance which will carry the highest weightage of 500 points, followed by school infrastructure (150 points) and school administration (120 points).

Other heads under which schools would be marked include finance (70 points), community participation (60 points), grace points (90 points) and overall observation by the inspectors (10 points).

This would be the first official ranking of Kendriya Vidyalayas in the country.

Higher education institutes in the country are assessed and accredited by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC), an autonomous body funded by the University Grants Commission.

The Kendriya Vidyalayas are central government schools in the country instituted under the aegis of the Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD).

Its one of the main objectives includes catering to the educational needs of children of transferable Central government staff including defence and para-military personnel by providing a common programme of education.

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KVS: List of Post Code & Subject Code 2017

KVS: List of Post Code & Subject Code 2017

Sl.No NAME OF POST SUBJECT POST CODE SUBJECT CODE
1 HEAD MASTER NA HDM NA
2 LIBRARIAN NA LBR NA
3 YOGA TEACHER YOGA YOG YOGA
4 ASSISTANT SECTION OFFICER NTS ASO ASST
5 SUB-STAFF NTS MTS SUBS
6 HINDI TRANSLATOR NTS HDL HITR
7 STENOGRAPHER GRADE II NTS SII JRST
8 LAB ASSISTANT NTS LAB LAST
9 JUNIOR SECRETARIAT ASST NTS JSA JSAT
10 STENOGRAPHER GRADE I NTS SGI SRST
11 STAFF CAR DRIVER NTS SCD DRIV
12 SENIOR SECRETARIAT ASST NTS SSA SSAT
13 POST GRADUATE TEACHER BIOTECHNOLOGY PGT BTEC
14 POST GRADUATE TEACHER COMPUTER SCIENCE PGT COMP
15 POST GRADUATE TEACHER BIOLOGY PGT BIOL
16 POST GRADUATE TEACHER CHEMISTRY PGT CHEM
17 POST GRADUATE TEACHER COMMERCE PGT COMM
18 POST GRADUATE TEACHER ECONOMICS PGT ECON
19 POST GRADUATE TEACHER ENGLISH PGT ENGL
20 POST GRADUATE TEACHER GEOGRAPHY PGT GEOG
21 POST GRADUATE TEACHER HINDI PGT HIND
22 POST GRADUATE TEACHER HISTORY PGT HIST
23 POST GRADUATE TEACHER MATHS PGT MATH
24 POST GRADUATE TEACHER PHYSICS PGT PHYS
25 PRIMARY TEACHER MUSIC PRT MUST
26 PRIMARY TEACHER N.A. PRT N.A.
27 TRAINED GRADUATE TEACHER BIOLOGY TGT BIOL
28 TRAINED GRADUATE TEACHER ART TGT DRGT
29 TRAINED GRADUATE TEACHER ENGLISH TGT ENGL
30 TRAINED GRADUATE TEACHER HINDI TGT HIND
31 TRAINED GRADUATE TEACHER MATHS TGT MATH
32 TRAINED GRADUATE TEACHER PHYSICAL AND HEALTH EDUCATION TGT PETR
33 TRAINED GRADUATE TEACHER SANSKRIT TGT SANS
34 TRAINED GRADUATE TEACHER SOCIAL STUDIES TGT SOST
35 TRAINED GRADUATE TEACHER WORK EXPERIENCE TGT WETR

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VACANCIES IN KENDRIYA VIDYALAYAS (KVs)

VACANCIES IN KENDRIYA VIDYALAYAS (KVs)

GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
MINISTRY OF HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT
DEPARTMENT OF SCHOOL EDUCATION & LITERACY

LOK SABHA

UNSTARRED QUESTION NO. 1342
TO BE ANSWERED ON 24.07.2017

VACANCIES IN KENDRIYA VIDYALAYAS

1342. KUMARI SUSHMITA DEV:

Will the Minister of HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT be pleased to state:

  1. (a)         the number of Kendriya Vidyalayas in North Eastern Region of the country, State/UT-wise; and
  2. (b)         the number of teaching and non teaching positions in these KVs along with the number of positions vacant?
  3. ANSWER

MINISTER OF STATE IN THE MINISTRY OF HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT

(SHRI UPENDRA KUSHWAHA)

(a) & (b):     The number of Kendriya Vidyalayas (KVs) functioning in North Eastern Region of the country including the State of Sikkim, and the sanctioned strength/ vacancies position of teaching/ non-teaching staff in these schools is as under:-

S.No.

Name of State

No. of

KVs

Teaching & Non-teaching
(status as on 1.7.2017)

Sanctioned
Post
In-Position Vacant Posts
1 Arunachal Pradesh 16 533 252 281
2 Assam 56 2544 1600 944
3 Manipur 8 291 161 130
4 Meghalaya 7 295 189 106
5 Mizoram 4 120 66 54
6 Nagaland 6 175 71 104
7 Sikkim 2 71 56 15
8 Tripura 9 317 189 128
Total 108 4346 2584 1762

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Admission of Poor Students in Kendriya Vidyalayas

Admission of Poor Students in Kendriya Vidyalayas

Kendriya Vidyalayas

Admissions in Kendriya Vidyalayas (KVs) are decided on the basis of Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan (KVS) Admission Guidelines giving priority to wards of transferable Central Government employees. It does not have any income slab as criterion for deciding admissions. However, as per provisions of Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education (RTE) Act, 2009 KVS already provides for reservation of 25% seats in class-I at entry stage to the children belonging to SC / ST / OBC non creamy layer / EWS / BPL and differently abled children taken together.

Keeping in view the needs of low income groups of the society, the Hon’ble Members of Parliament have been requested to recommend only those children whose parents have an annual income below Rs. 5 lakhs, for consideration for admission in the KVs under their special dispensation quota.

The above information given by the Minister of HRD Shri Upendra Kushwaha in Parliament on 10.04.2017.

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Fee hike in Kendriya Vidyalayas – Academic year 2017-18

Academic year 2017-18 – Fee hike in KV Schools

Fee hike in Kendriya Vidyalayas – Academic year 2017-18

In Rajya Sabha Minister of State for HRD replied to a question yesterday regarding increasing the fee structure of KV Schools.

“Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan (KVS) has informed that the Sponsoring Authorities of 3 Project Sector Kendriya Vidyalayas (KVs) have marginally increased their fee structure w.e.f. the academic year 2017-18. In one KV i.e. KV Rourkela Steel Plant, Rourkela, the onetime admission fee has also been revised from Rs. 250/- to Rs.2000/-.

The names of the project KVs which have increased their fee structure are KV, Korba No. 2 NTPC; KV, Rourkela Steel Plant, Rourkela; & KV No. 2, Survey of India, Uppal.

KVS has permitted the sponsoring authorities of the Project Sector KVs to adopt a differential fee structure to enable them to generate the required funds to meet the recurring and non-recurring expenditure for running and maintaining the KVs opened under their sponsorship.”

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Kendriya Vidyalayas PGT, TGT Exam 2017 answer key released

Kendriya Vidyalayas PGT, TGT Exam 2017 answer key released

Kendriya Vidyalayas PGT, TGT Exam 2017: Answer keys, OMR sheet released at mecbsekvs.in

Kendriya Vidyalayas PGT, TGT Exam 2017: Answer keys, OMR sheet : The Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan recruitment examination 2017 answer keys have been released at kvsangathan.nic.in

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) conducted the written exam for the post of Post Graduate Teacher (PGT) and PRT on January 7 and Trained Graduate Teacher (TGT) and TGT (Misc.) on January 8. Answer key/ Paper solution for this examination is now available online. All appeared candidates can check official answer key from the following links.

The following KV PGT, TGT 2017 answer keys are available in the following link :

  • Answer key for Principal (paper 1)
  • Final answer key for Principal (paper 1)
  • Answer key for PGT (paper 1)
  • Answer key for PRT (paper 2)
  • Answer key for TGT (paper 1)
  • Answer key for TGT (Misc) (paper-2)

The Central Board of Secondary Education has displayed the images of OMR Sheets of the candidates who had appeared for written examination for Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan Recruitment Examination for the post of PGT and PRT conducted on 07/01/2017 and TGT and TGT (Misc.) conducted on 08/01/2017 along with the answer key to ensure transparency in examination process from 21/03/2017 to 25/03/2017 (midnight).

The candidates can check and download the scanned images of their OMR sheets and answer key prepared by the Board from www.mecbsekvs.in and www.kvsangathan.nic.in

The candidates willing to challenge any answer given in the Answer key displayed by CBSE may do so by submitting their challenges online on the prescribed format by clicking the link available on www.mecbsekvs.in and www.kvsangathan.nic.in upto 25/03/2017 (midnight).

The challenges submitted by any other mode like fax, email, post or in person etc. will not be entertained. A fee of Rs. 500/- per challenge will be required to be submitted by e-challan through HDFC Bank. The fee once paid is non-refundable.

If the challenge is accepted by the Board i.e. if any mistake is noticed by the subject experts in the answer key, the fee shall be refunded. CBSE’s decision on the challenges shall be final and binding and no further communication will be entertained.

To avoid any confusion, CBSE has also released the images of OMR sheets of the candidates who appeared for recruitment exam on its website, mecbsekvs.in

Steps to check the answer keys:

  • Log on to the official website
  • Click on Paper 1 and Paper 2 of PGT and TGT exam link
  • Click on the ‘Download OMR sheet and submission key challenge’ link
  • Enter your roll number and date of birth
  • Click to login
  • Check and download the same

Vacancy details:

Total posts: 6,205

Name of the posts:

  • Principal: 90
  • PGTs: 690
  • TGTs: 926
  • Primary Teacher: 4499

Selection procedure:

The candidates will be selected on the basis of their performance in an interview.

Pay scale:

  • Principal: Rs 15,600 to Rs 39,100 per month
  • PGTs: Rs 9,300 to Rs 34,800 per month
  • TGTs: Rs 9,300 to Rs 34,800 per month
  • Primary Teacher: Rs 9,300 to Rs 34,800 with a grade pay of Rs 4,200 per month.

About KVS :

KVS is affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) to provide education to children of transferable Central Government employees including Defence and Para-Military personnel.

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KV School Admission Schedule for the Session 2017-18

KV School Admission Schedule for the Session 2017-18

SCHEDULE FOR ADMISSION

The Admission Schedule for the Session 2017-18 will be as under:-

S.no CONTENTS SCHEDULED DATES
1 Advertisement for admission by Regional
office/Kendriya Vidyalaya
01/02/2017
2 Online Registration for Class-I (Except for Special Provision) –  http//darpan.kvs.gov.in.a Online admission) 08-02-2017 (From 8.00 a.m)
3 Last date of Registration for Class-I 10.03.2017 (Till 4.00 p.m.)
4 Declaration of selected list for Class I &
admission for Class-I.
20-03-2017 onwards
5 Registration for Class-II onwards* (except Class XI). Wherever new Schools/Sections are opened registration may start from
08/02/2017
05-04-2017 from 8.00 AM
6 Extended date for Second Notification admissions to be made under RTE Provisions (Class-I), if sufficient applications not received under RTE Provisions I 17-04-2017
7 Last date of registration for Class-II onwards* (except Class XI). 18-04-2017 upto 4:00 PM
8 In case sufficient number of registrations for SC/ST not received in Ist Phase, second notification may be issued. May to June 2017.
9 Declaration of list of class II onwards 25-04-2017
10 Admission for class II onwards* 26-04-2017 to 05-05-2017
11 Registration for class XI* Within 20 days after declaration of Board results
12 Display of list & admission for Class-XI Within 30 days after declaration of Board results
13 Last date of Admission for all Classes 31-07-2017

Subject to availability of vacancies in a particular class

Note:

1. Admission under Special Provisions (Part B) (Single girl child, Grand son/grand daughters of KVS retired employees etc.) will be offline. In this regard please contact Principal of concerned Kendriya Vidyalaya.

2. List of children registered, list of eligible children, category-wise list of provisionally selected children, waiting list and subsequent lists to be compulsorily displayed on the web-site of the Kendriya Vidyalayas concerned, in addition to display on School’s Notice Board.

3. If any of the dates happens to be a public holiday the next working day shall be treated as opening/closing date.

Authority: http://kvsangathan.nic.in/

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KV School Admission Guidelines for Academic Session 2017-18

KV School Admission Guidelines for Academic Session 2017-18

KENDRIYA VIDYALAYA SANGATHAN – GUIDELINES FOR ADMISSION IN KENDRIYA VIDYALAYAS

PART- A

GENERAL GUIDELINES

1. In supersession of all the guidelines governing admissions in Kendriya Vidyalayas that have been issued in the past, the following guidelines are issued to regulate admissions in the Kendriya Vidyalayas with effect from the academic session 2017-18. These guidelines are not applicable to Kendriya Vidyalayas located abroad.

2. DEFINITIONS

Unless the context suggests otherwise, the definition of the following terms used in these guidelines would be as below:-

(i) CENTRAL GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES: An employee who draws his emoluments from the consolidated fund of India.

(ii) TRANSFERABLE: An employee who has been transferred at least once in the preceding 7 years shall be deemed to be transferable.

(iii) TRANSFER: An employee would be treated as transferred only if he/she has been transferred by the competent authority from one place/urban agglomeration to another place/urban agglomeration which is at a distance of at least 20 kms. and minimum period of stay at a place should be six months.

(iv) AUTONOMOUS BODIES / PUBLIC SECTOR UNDERTAKINGS: Organizations which are fully financed by the government or where the government share is more than 51 per cent would be deemed to be autonomous bodies/ public sector undertakings.

(v) SINGLE GIRL CHILD: Single Girl Child means the only child i.e. only girl child to the parents, with no other siblings.

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KV School: 10,285 teaching posts lying vacant in Kendriya Vidyalayas: Government

KV School: 10,285 teaching posts lying vacant in Kendriya Vidyalayas: Government

New Delhi: As many as 10285 posts of teachers have been lying vacant in the Central government run Kendriya Vidyalayas across the country as on January, the government said today.

This information was given in the Lok Sabha by HRD minister Prakash Javadekar in a written response to a member’s question.

Of these vacancies 4,296 posts have been lying vacant since 2014-15, 2,019 are vacant since 2015-16 while 3,970 have been vacant since 2016-17, the minister said.

He gave details as per which the HRD ministry has held an exam for filling upto 6,205 vacancies through direct exam while remianing vacancies would be filled up through Limited Department Examination.

Responding to another question Javadekar gave details as per which there are 17,006 vacancies of professors, 10,926 of Associate Professors and 6,080 of Assistant professors in various Central Universities.

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Kendriya Vidyalayas admin warns employees against lobbying for awards

Kendriya Vidyalayas admin warns employees against lobbying for awards

New Delhi: The administration of central government-run Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan (KVS) schools has warned all employees against bringing pressure through VIPs for granting incentive award or national award to them.

In a circular put on its website, the KV administration has told its employees that henceforth applications regarding awards, if received through VIP references, will not be considered.

It said keeping in view this kind of “misconduct”, the persons concerned will be barred from applying for the award for three years.

This is the second time this month that the KV administration has issued a circular against the tendency of employees to seek recommendations of VIPs.

Earlier this month, it had put out a circular asking them not to seek transfers by bringing “outside pressure” through VIP recommendations.

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kVS transfer guidelines 2016-17

KVS transfer guidelines 2016-17

ANNEXURE-I

KENDRIYA VIDYALAYA SANGATHAN (HQ)
NEW DELHI
TRANSFER GUIDELINES
2016

KENDRIYA VIDYALAYA SANGATHAN
TRANSFER GUIDELINES FOR TEACHERS UPTO PGTs & OTHERS UPTO ASSISTANT 2016

1. OBJECTIVE

Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan shall strive to maintain equitable distribution of its employees across all locations to ensure efficient functioning of the organization and optimize job satisfaction amongst employees. All employees are liable to be transferred anywhere in India at any point of time and transfer to a desired location can’t be claimed as a matter of right. While effecting transfers the organizational interest shall be given uppermost consideration and that the problems and constraints of employee shall remain subservient.

2. DEFINITION

S.No Terms Explanations
1 Tenure The term shall be applicable only in respect of Hard/Very Hard/ NEF Stations: 02 years for Very Hard and 03 years for Hard & NEF stations to be reckoned on 30th June of the year.Clarification:-

Tenure of 03 years in the case of Hard and NER Stations shall not be applicable to those employees who have been posted earlier with 02 years tenure. The new tenure of 03 years shall be made operative for employees transferred/ posted w.e.f. 2016-17.

2 Hard/ Very Hard Station As notified by the KVS from time to time. The existing list of places would continue to operate when these guidelines come into operation.
3 Physically Challenged Employee Those who are in receipt of Conveyance Allowance at double the rate prescribed for other employees or any employee with more than 40% disability on production of Medical Certificate from Govt. Hospital issued by competent Medical Authority/ Board.
4 APAR Annual Performance Appraisal Report.
5 Organization Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan or any office or school under its administrative control.
6 Location A Kendriya Vidyalaya or any other office of KVS located in a place.
7 Station A city/ town/ metropolis as notified by the KVS with a unique three digit code. More than one Kendriya Vidyalaya/ Office can be located at a station.
8 MDG Separately defined in Annexure – I.
9 DFP Incidence of Death of Spouse/ own Son/ own Daughter, if occurred in the last two years as on 30th June of the year.
10 LTR Retirement due within next three years as on 30th June.
11 Transfer Count Total score of points allotted to different factors relevant for a request transfer as per clause 10.
12 Displacement Count Total score of points allotted to different factors that determine the displacement of an employee from a station as per clause 6.
  1. APPLICABILITY & TRANSFER PROCESS 

The guidelines shall be applicable to all categories of Teachers, Librarian, Head Master, Assistant and all Group C employees. Transfer shall be effected in the light of provisions contained in clauses 5,6,7,8,9,10 and 11 of the guidelines, wherein criteria on the basis of assigning appropriate points to relevant factors of transfer and using the cumulative score as the basis of transfer, has been prescribed.

  • As far as possible KVS will invite Annual Transfer Applications through an ONLINE process. Annual Transfers will also be operated on the basis of computer database.
  • All Transfer orders during Annual Transfer will be displayed on the website of the KVS (HQ).
  1. TYPES OF TRANSFER

Transfer may broadly be classified in two types, viz., Administrative Transfer, which the KVS orders suo motu in the exigencies of service and administration and in public interest, and Request Transfer which is effected bases on the request of an employee.

  1. ADMINISTRATIVE TRANSFER OF EMPLOYEES

Through such transfer KVS shall ordinarily :

  1. Redeploy surplus staff in excess of sanctioned strength at a location to other location against sanctioned vacancies.
  2. Post employees in Hard/ Very Hard/ NER stations.
  3. Displacement of an employee from a location to accommodate the request of an employee who is LTR/DFP/MDG/PH employee/Widow/Single Parent.
    1. Transfer of Non-teaching staff upto Assistant in KVS and other offices of KVS after completion of a tenure of 05 year in a KV and / or 10 years continuously on a station in the same post. Not more than 1/3rd of such employees shall be transferred in a year and further that the longest serving employee against this norm shall be transferred first.

    Note:- This Provision has been kept in abeyance due to stay granted by the Hon’ble CAT Ernakulum Bench in the matter.

    1. FACTORS, POINTS AND CALCULATION OF DISPLACEMENT COUNT OF AN EMPLOYEE FOR DISPLACEMENT TRANSFER :-

    Displacement Count of an employee shall be computed by assigning appropriate points to such appropriate factors considered material for displacement as per the following :-

S.No Factors Points (2016-2017)
1 Stay at a station in the same post as on 30th June in complete years.Clarification:

  • Period of absence on any account shall also be counted for this purpose.
  • If any employee returns to a station X on request after being transferred from X within three years (three years for NE/ Hard station & 02 years for Very Hard station), the stay of such an employee at X shall be no, of years spent at X before being transferred plus no. Of years spent after coming at X. However, if an employee returns to station after a period of 02 years for Very Hard and & 03 for Hard/ NE station the stay shall be counted afresh.
+2For each completed year
2 Annual Performance Appraisal Report Grading for the last two years. +2for each below average grading
3 Employees below 40 years (as on 30th June of the year) who have not completed one tenure at hard/ very hard/ NE stations (During entire service on any post). Y/N(Indicate Y for Yes and N for No)
4 LTR/DFP/WIDOW/SINGLE PARENT/MDGClarification :-

If an employee qualifies for more than one ground the points shall be limited to a maximum of (-) 50 only.

-50
5 Spouse, if a KVS Employee and posted at the same station -20
5(a) Spouse, if a Defence employee or Central Paramilitary forces posted at the same station. -18
6 Physically Challenged employees. -60
7 Spouse, if a Govt. Sector Employee and posted at the same station. -15
8 Woman employee who is not spouse of a KVS/ Defence/ Govt. Sector employee -6
9 Members of recognized associations of KVS staff who are also members of JCM at KVS regional offices and /or KVS Headquarters. -25
10 Award winning employees :(a)   National award given by the President of India

(b)   KVS National Incentive award

(c)   KVS Regional Incentive Award

Clarification :-

If an employee has won any two or all the three awards then the maximum concession of marks shall be given as – 6

 6

-4

-2

11 Displacement Count Total score of all the points
  1. METHOD FOR ADMINISTRATIVE TRANSFER

Administrative transfer under clause 5(a) shall be effected in the decreasing order of displacement count of employees holding a post at station to eliminate surplus staff and such staff shall be accommodated against clear vacancies.

Administrative transfer under clause 5(b) shall be effected in the decreasing order of the displacement count of employees holding a post to fill up anticipated vacancies in hard/ Very Hard/ NER/ other desired stations to a desired extent. As regards 5(c), to transfer an employee, as defined in clause 11(a), to a desired station(s) mentioned in his/her request application form, an employee holding the same post with the highest displacement count, subject to not being below D1 as prescribed herein below at the relevant station(s) in the order of preference indicated by an employee, shall be liable to be displaced in the event if, there is no clear vacancy at the station(s). However an employee seeking request transfer within same station can apply for KVS choice but such transfer will be considered only against vacancy and this will not affect station seniority of the employee and will be liable to be transferred/ displaced in public interest.

While displacing an employee in such manner an effort would be made to post such an employee against a choice station indicated in annual transfer application proforma failing which to the nearest vacancy against a clear vacancy. In case of a tie in the displacement count of employees the male employee shall be displaces. In case of a tie between the employees of the same gender the employee with earlier date of joining in present station in present post shall be displaced and in case date of joining also coincided for two or more employees then the youngest employee shall be displaced.

  1. Provided, a cut off mark D1 on Displacement Count may be prescribed on year to year basis below which an employee shall not be displaced in a particular year except under clause 5(a) 5(c) and to accommodate an employee who has completed tenure in NER/Hard/Very Hard station.
  2. Provided, more factors can be added/ deleted and points allocated for different factors can be altered on year to year basis to remediate any imbalance resulting in transfers. Changes shall be notified well in advance before inviting transfer applications.
  3. Provided, an employee with a higher displacement count can be retained if the employee’s services are absolutely crucial in the organizational interest. In such eventuality an employee with next lower displacement count shall be liable to be displaced.
  4. Provided, exemption for one year at a time can be given to an employee or group of employees from displacement for such period owing to circumstances or such other administrative exigencies justifying such exemption.

KVS employees whose children are likely to appear in class XII Board Exams in the transfer year will get exemption of one year.

An Employee who has disabled dependent child may also be considered under this provision on the production of Medical Certificate issued by the competent authority. (For list of disabilities see 11 (e).

  1. Provided, an employee can be transferred from a location if the employee’s stay has become prejudicial to the interest of the organization at any point of time.
  2. Provided further, an employee can be transferred to a location in administrative exigencies without having any regard to the displacement count of the employee.
  3. Provided, an employee can be transferred in public interest from a location to another Location/ station having low staff strength in the same region in the descending order of displacement count after the completion of annual transfer process.
  4. An employee, being surplus and redeployed at some other station under Para 5(a), may be considered for coming back within one year, if vacancy arises later on at the same station from which he/she was transferred out. In the case of more than one such surplus redeployed employees from the same station, the junior most employee in terms of stay at the previous station shall be given first priority, Provided, that he/she makes request for the same.
  1. Employees below 40 years of age (as on 30th June of the year) who have not completed one tenure at hard/ very hard/ NE stations in continuous span in service and not presently posted to such stations and have completed one year stay at present station in the present post, in their decreasing order of Displacement Count can be posted in Hard/ Very Hard/ NER stations Choice stations, if any, for posting in Hard/ Very Hard/ NER station may be indicated in regular annual transfer application. Employees may opt for a posting at hard/ very hard/ NER station. KVS shall post them to such location in a transparent manner as per prescribed calendar of activities. Such transfer though on request shall be treated administrative in nature in accordance with clause 5(b) above.
  1. REQUEST TRANSFER OF EMPLOYEE

Request transfer shall be effected as per the prescribed calendar of activities. Transfer on request shall be effected on the basis of “Transfer Count” of an employee computed by assigning appropriate points to factors considered relevant for transfer. An employee on initial posting on recruitment is normally barred from applying for request transfer for one year in terms of the appointment order. An employee will not be eligible for request transfer twice in an academic year.

  1. FACTORS, POINTS AND CALCULATION OF TRANSFER COUNT OF AN EMPLOYEE FOR REQUEST TRANSFER :-
S.No Factors Points (2016-2017)
1 Active Stay at a station as on 30th June for all stations (Periods of continuous absence of 30 days or more at normal station and 45 days for more at Hard/ Very Hard/ NER  stations shall not be counted.)Clarification:-

An employee whose transfer order is issued on or after 20th June will be provided a relaxation of 25 days for delay in joining at Hard/ Very Hard and NER station to compute the tenure. The period of 25 days includes period of availed joining time and leaves, if any taken together.

+2For each completed year
2 Annual Performance Appraisal Report Grading for the last two years. If the report for any of the last two years is not written or is unavailable no point shall be given for the relevant year(s). +2for outstanding grading for each year
3 Award winning employees;(a)   National award given by the President of India

(b)   KVS National Incentive award

(c)   KVS Regional Incentive Award

Clarification :

If an employee has won any two or all the three awards then the maximum concession of +6 marks shall be given.

+6

+4

+2

4 Spouse if working in KVS at the requested station or within 100 km. +20
4(a) Spouse if working in Defence at the requested station or within 100 km +18
5 Spouse if working in Government Sector at the requested station or within 100 km +15
6 LTR/DFP/MDG/Widow/Single Parent. If an employee qualifies for more than one ground the points shall be limited to a maximum of +50 only.If an employee qualifies for more than one ground the points shall be limited to a maximum of +50 only. Further, if an employee has already secured a request transfer in previous year(s) on the basis of these additional points the points shall not given again. +50
7 a) Completion of tenure in Hard/ NER stations (03 years)b) Completion of tenure in Very Hard stations (02 years). Counts shall be given only when an employee applies for transfer just after completing the tenure at Hard/ Very Hard/ NER station(s). The maximum points under the head shall remain +55/+60 only.

Clarification :-

Tenure of 03 years in the case of Hard and NER stations shall not be applicable to those employees who have been posted earlier with 02 years tenure. The new tenure of 03 years shall be made operative for employees transferred/ posted w.e.f. 2016-17.

+55

+60

8 Physically challenged employee.Further, if an employee has already secured a request transfer in previous year(s) on the basis of these additional points, the points shall not be given again in the same post. +60
9 Woman employeeClarification :-

Women employees eligible for points under serial No. 4,5 and 6 herein above shall not be eligible for this Transfer points

+6
  Transfer Count Total score of all the points
  1. METHOD FOR REQUEST TRANSFER

Request transfer for a post will be considered at a station only except for request of intra-station transfer and shall be accommodated in decreasing order of “Transfer Count” computed on the basis of clause 10 of competing employees. In case of a tie in the transfer count of two or more employees competing for a location/station the female employee, shall be preferred first. In case of tie in two or more employees of the same gender an employee with an earlier date of joining in present post in present station shall be accommodated and in case, if the date of joining in present post in present station also coincides then the older employee shall be first accommodated. Transfer counts of all request transfer applications shall be displayed on KVS website and the transfer count so displayed shall remain valid till 31st of July of the relevant year and request transfer may be considered for vacancies arising due to retirement or any other reason during the period of validity for which no fresh application shall be invited or considered. Applications shall automatically become infructuous after the expiry of 31st July.

  1. Provided, a cut off mark C1 on transfer count may be prescribed on year to year basis in such a way that an employee whose transfer count is equal to Cl or more may be transferred in one of the desired station(s) even by way of displacement of an employee as per clause 5(c) in the event there is no clear vacancy at the desired station(s). In such cases an employee having the highest displacement count subject to not being below D1 shall be liable to be displaced from within the choice station(s) in order of preference indicated by the needy employee. If no employee holding the same post and having a displacement count D1 or more is found in all the choice station(s) going in order of preference indicated by an employee the request of such a needy employee may not be acceded to.
  2. Provided, a lower cut off mark C2 on Transfer Count may be prescribed on year to year basis below which the request shall not be accommodated in a particular year. Request for transfer of an employee whose transfer count is less than Cl but greater or equal to C2 shall be considered subject to existence of a vacancy in the desired locations/ stations preferably in KVs having more vacancies thereafter in KVs having less vacancies.
  3. Provided, more factors can be added/ deleted, points allocated for different factors can be altered to remediate any imbalance resulting in transfers, on year to year basis. Changes shall be notified well in advance before inviting applications.
  4. Provided further, the request of an employee with a lower transfer count can be accommodated in preference to employee(s) with higher transfer count if the services of such an employee are essential for efficient functioning of the organization or in view of such other circumstances faced by the employee which justifies such out of turn consideration.
  5. Provided that employees with differently abled dependent children should be given posting in ‘A’ & ‘B’ class cities in case they are not able to get transfer to their choice stations indicated. Further in such cases, percentage of disability should be as per DOPT norms.

DOPT OM No. 42011/3/2014-Estt. (Res) dated 05.01.2016 has clarified that the word “disabled” includes (i) blindness or low vision (ii) hearing impairment (iii) locomotor disability or cerebral palsy (iv) leprosy cured (v) mental retardation (vi) mental illness (vii) multiple disabilities (viii) autism (ix) Thalassemia and (x) Haemophilia.

  1. MUTUAL TRANSFER

An employee shall be eligible for seeking a Mutual Transfer at his/ her desired place, if, she/ he full-fills the following conditions :-

  • If, he/she has completed at least 01 year stay in the same post at the same station on the 30th June of the year in which transfer is being sought.
  • Benefit of the Mutual Transfer shall only be allowed twice in the entire Service Period with the condition that the same pair of employees cannot seek the second time Mutual Transfer with each other.
  • The entry for availing the opportunity of a Mutual transfer shall be made in the service records of the employee. Mutual Transfer seeker employees shall apply separately through proper channel after the completion of the normal process of transfer every year & mutual transfer will be ordered at the end of transfer calendar.

 TRANSFER AGAINST NO TAKER VACANCY

  1. KVS will consider the request of employees for the transfer against a NO TAKER vacancy after the completion of the normal transfer process. No taker vacancy means a post which remains vacant after the completion of annual transfer calendar. Transfer seeker employees will apply separately through proper channel after the completion of the normal process of transfer every year & No Taker vacancy transfer will be considered at the end of transfer calendar.
  2. An employee can apply either for a Mutual transfer or a transfer against a NO TAKER vacancy, not for the both.
  • If a KVA employee wants to join his/ her spouse through the “No Taker Vacancy” provision, such an employee will be given top priority. In case Husband and Wife both get transferred in the same year, first one of them gets transferred under the other provisions of the transfer guidelines to a Hard/ Very Hard/ NER station and later on, the other one joins his/ her already transferred spouse through “No Taker Vacancy” provision, the period from 01st July till the date of issue of the transfer order +25 days (25 days includes period of availed joining time and other leaves, if any, taken together) will be counted for the completion of tenure of the spouse getting transferred under “No Taker Vacancy” at a later stage. This way the tenure of both the spouses at a Hard/ Very Hard/ NER stations would be synchronized.
  1. In case of more than one claimant employee for the same post in a Kendriya Vidyalaya (except employees covered under (iii) above, preference shall be given to the employee who will be the Senior Most in terms of service in KVS.
  1. Once the transfer of an employee is ordered by the KVS on the request of an employee during Annual Transfer Process, the same shall not be considered for cancellation or modification before elapsing ONE YEAR, except, for the administrative reasons.
  2. Yoga Teachers can apply for their request transfer to any KV. Transfer of a Yoga Teacher shall be treated as transfer with his/her post.
  1. AUTHORITIES COMPETENT TO EFFECT TRANSFER

Article 15(a)(3) of Education Code for Kendriya Vidyalayas empowers Commissioner, KVS to transfer, post and assign any duties to all officers and staff at the headquarters and Regional Offices as well as Vidyalayas, Therefore, Commissioner shall be competent to exercise all powers under these guidelines to effect transfer and / or grant exemption under various clauses and provisos; and/or do any other exercise prescribed under various clauses and provisos. Commissioner may delegate power to such authorities with such further limitations for such period as deemed appropriate in view of prevailing circumstances either by a general or specific order to such authorities. Power so delegated is liable to be withdrawn by the Commissioner whose discretion in this regard shall be final.

  1. POWER OF RELAXATION OF GUIDELINES

Notwithstanding anything contained in the guidelines, the Commissioner with the approval from the Chairman, KVS, shall be the sole competent authority to transfer any employee to any place in relaxation of any or all of the above provisions.

  1. INTERPRETATION OF GUIDELINES

Commissioner, KVS shall be the sole competent authority to interpret above provisions and pass such other order(s) as deemed appropriate and essential to facilitate the implementation of the guidelines for the purpose of effective control and administration of the KVS as a whole.

  1. SAFEGUARD AGAINST EXTRANEOUS INFLUENCE

Employees shall not bring in any outside influence. If such an influence from whichever source espousing the cause of an employee is received it shall be presumed that the same has been brought in by the employee. The request of such an employee shall not be considered. Action may also be initiated against such an employee under relevant service rules. Outside influence shall include representations from even spouse and family members/ relatives of KVS employees. Any representation/ request regarding transfer not signed by the employee himself/ herself shall not be considered and shall be summarily rejected.

  1. CALENDAR OF ACTIVITIES OF ANNUAL TRANSFER

A detailed calendar of activities of annual transfer will be prepared by KVS to effect annual transfers pursuant to these guidelines. The following time frame/ deadlines will be followed to complete the process :-

  1. Issuance of transfer orders by 31st July by KVS.
  2. Modifications / Cancellations on administrative ground/ to remove anomalies in transfer orders already issued by 31st August by KVS.
  3. Transfers with approval of Chairman, KVS by 30th September
  4. Annual Transfer process will close from 1st
  5. After 1st October transfer on Administrative Grounds by the Commissioner.
  6. Transfer requests in exceptional circumstances against vacancies will be done with the approval of the Commissioner KVS after 01st October in cases of :-
  • DFP
  • MDG of employee self
  • Mid-Session transfer of a KVS employee against a vacancy on account of transfer of his/her spouse.
  1. No transfers would be ordered during annual examinations.

G.K. Srivastava, IAS

Addl. Commissioner (Admn. & Vig)

Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan (HQ)

18, Institutional Area,

Shaheed Jeet Singh Marg, New Delhi – 16

  ANNEXURE – 1

 Type of Diseases Prescribed as Valid for Transfer on Medical Grounds

Note :- Refer Para No. 2 (8) of KVS Transfer Guidelines. “MDG” means an employee seeking transfer on the basis of one or more of the medical conditions listed in Annexture-1, affecting himself/ herself, spouse or dependent son/ daughter.

 TYPE OF DISEASE

  1. CANCER
  2. PARALYTIC STROKE
  3. RENAL FAILURE
  4. CORONARY ARTERY DISEASE AS EXPLAINED BELOW
  5. THALASSAEMIA
  6. PARKINSONS DISEASE
  7. MOTOR-NEURON DISEASE
  8. ANY OTHER DISEASE WITH MORE THAN 50% MENTAL DISABILITY

The brief description of illness which will be considered as medical grounds for the purpose of transfer, in terms of transfer guidelines is as under. Medical terms referred herein will bear meaning as given in the Butterworth’s Medical Dictionary.

  • Cancer

It is the presence of uncontrolled growth and spread of malignant cells. The definition of cancer includes leukemia, lymphomas and Hodgkins’ disease.

Exclusions:

This excludes non-invasive carcinoma(s) in-Situ, localized non-invasive tumour(s) revealing early malignant changes and tumour(s) in presence of HIV infection or AIDS; any skin cancer excepting malignant melanoma(s) are also to be excluded.

  • Paralytic Stroke

(Cerebro-vascular accidents) Death of a portion of the brain due to vascular causes such as (s) Hemorrhage (cerebral), Thrombosis (cerebral), (c) Embolism (cerebral) causing total permanent disability of two or more limbs persisting for 3 months after the illness.

Exclusions:

  1. i) Transient/ Ischamic attacks.
  2. ii) Stroke –like syndromes resulting from
  3. Head Injury
  4. Intracranial space occupying lesions like abscess, traumatic hemorrhage and tumour
  5. Tuberculosis meningitis, Pyogenic meningitis and meningococcal meningitis.
  • Renal failure

It is the final renal failure stage due to chronic irreversible failure of both the kidneys. It must be well documented. The teacher must produce evidence of undergoing regular haemodialysis and other relevant laboratory investigations and doctor certification.

  • Coronary artery Disease
  1. Cases involving surgery on the advice of a consultant cardiologist to correct narrowing or blockage of one or more coronary arteries or valve replacements/ reconstructions shall be considered MDG cases up to three years from the date of actual open heart surgery and the eligible employees shall be entitled for the points during this period.
  2. Cases involving non surgical techniques e.g. Angioplasty through the arterial system. Such cases will be considered MDG Cases for a period of one year from the date of procedure and the eligible employees shall be entitled for points during this period.
  • THALASSAEMIA

It is an inherited disorder and it is diagnosed on clinical and various laboratory parameter. Patient with Thalassaemia, who is anemic and is dependant upon regular blood transfusion for maintaining the haemoglobin level. In addition he is on chelating agent and other supportive care.

Inclusions :-

  1. i) Thalassaemia major :- History of blood transfusion/ replacement at less than three months interval. It must be well supported by all medical documents. The history should include the periodicity/duration of blood transfusion/ replacement required by the patient/ Chelation therapy.

Exclusion:

  • Patient may have Thalassaemia minor. His anemia may become severe because of concurrent infection or stress. Anemia may become severe because of nutritional deficiency or other associated factor.
  • Blood transfusion is not required and these patients do not require Chelation therapy.

 PARKINSONS’ DISEASE

Slowly progressive degenerative disease of nervous system causing tremor, rigidity, slowness and disturbance of balance.

Must be confirmed by a neurologist.

Inclusion :

Involuntary tremulous motion with lessened muscular power, in parts not in action and even when supported; with a propensity to bend the trunk forward and to pass from a waling to a running pace, the senses and intellects being uninjured.

Exclusion :

  • Patients who are stable with the support of medicine.
  • Detection of Parkinsons’ disease within the duration of 5 years.

Requirement:

Date of detection of the disease, hospitalization extent of involvement, duration of treatment along with discharge summary should be furnished. Mention should be made about the progressiveness of the disease, and summary of inception of the patient must be confirmed by Neurologist.

  • MOTOR-NEURON DISEASE :

Slowly progressive degeneration of motor neuron cells of brain and spinal cord causing weakness, wasting and twitching in limbs and difficulty in speaking and swallowing.

Must be confirmed by neurologist.

Inclusions: Irreversible/ progressive motor neuron disease with presence of weakness wasting and fasciculation of limbs with/ without brisk tendon jerks and extension painter response.

Exclusion : Weakness of muscle due to other causes like infections, neuropathy traumation, idiopathic, motor-neuron disease involving less than 02 limbs and the muscle power is more than 3 grades.

Requirement : It should be duly supported by MRI, EMG and nerve conduction test.

  • “Any other disease with more than 50% mental disability duly examined by and recommended by the respective Regional Medical Board with latest records/ reports (within three months).

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Establishments of Kendriya Vidyalayas

Establishments of Kendriya Vidyalayas

Press Information Bureau
Government of India
Ministry of Human Resource Development

Dated: 10.12.2015

Establishments of Kendriya Vidyalayas

Kendriya Vidyalayas (KVs) are meant primarily to cater to the educational needs of the wards of transferable / Non-transferable employees of Central Government, State Governments, autonomous bodies, public sector undertakings and Institutes of higher learning. If seats remain vacant after giving admissions to the wards of employees mentioned above, these vacant seats are given to children of other categories.

Proposals for opening of new KVs are considered only if sponsored by Ministries / Departments of the Government of India or State Governments / Union Territories Administrations or Organization of employees belonging to the eligible categories thereby committing resources for setting up a new KV, and are subject to availability of resources with the Central Government. The Government of India had conveyed sanction for setting up of 54 new KVs in the country on 04.03.2014. Out of these, 32 KVs have been made functional so far. The state/UT-wise details are given in Annexure.

Across the country, States are being supported through the schemes including Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan and Rashtriya Madhyamik Shiksha Abhiyan to design and implement comprehensive quality improvement programmes to bring about overall changes in the teachers training, curricula, learning materials, learning processes, learning outcomes, assessment and monitoring systems in order to ensure that the quality of teaching learning is improved.

This information was given by the Union Human Resource Development Minister, Smt. Smriti Irani today in a written reply to a Rajya Sabha question.

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MPs can now admit 10 students in Kendriya Vidyalayas

MPs can now admit 10 students in Kendriya Vidyalayas

 

New Delhi: Members of Parliament would now get to admit as many as 10 students in Kendriya Vidyalayas (KVs) as a proposal to raise the quota from the present six was approved by the government today.

The proposal was cleared at a meeting of the KV’s Board of Governors in the wake of increased demands by MPs, who have also made several representations in this regard to the HRD Ministry.

The MPs’ quota — enjoyed by both Lok Sabha and Raja Sabha MPs — was last increased in 2012 from two to six.

Earlier, HRD Minister Smriti Irani had informed Parliament that the proposal to increased the MPs’ quota from six to 10 was under consideration of her ministry.

The MPs quota has been considered a ticklish issue given that there are those who favour it even as others oppose it citing the need to ensure meritocracy in the over 1,000 KVs in the country.

A move by former HRD Minister Kapil Sibal to scrap the quota for MPs was met with stiff resistance following which he had to reverse the decision.

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Promotion of LDCs to the post of UDC through Limited Departmental Examination for the year 2012-13 & 2013-14)- Revised Panel.

Promotion of LDCs to the post of UDC through Limited Departmental Examination for the year 2012-13 & 2013-14) – Revised Panel.

Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan

18, Institution Area,
Shaheed Jeet Singh Marg
New Delhi -110016
Tele.:011-26858570/26514179(Fax)
Website: www.kvsangathan.nic.in

Speed Post

F.NO. 11056/LDE/UDC/2014-KVS(HQ)(E-111)

Date : 20.03.2015

MEMORANDUM

SUBJECT: Promotion of LDCs to the post of UDC through Limited Departmental Examination for the year 2012-13 & 2013-14) – Revised Panel.

The Competent Authority has approved promotion of the following Lower Division Clerks to the post of Upper Division Clerk consequent upon their selection through Limited Departmental Examination for the year 2012-13 & 2013-14, in the pay band of Rs.5200-20200 with Grade Pay of Rs. 2400/- and posted to Kendriya Vidyalayas/ROs/HQ as shown in column 6 against their names.

They must communicate their unconditional acceptance positively by 23.03.2015 and get relieved by 30.03.2015 for joining the place of posting as UDC after availing joining time as per rules. If they fail to get relieved by 30.03.2015 this offer of promotion will automatically be treated as withdrawn and no further communication will be entertained in this regard. The candidate who is figuring in the select panel for both the years i.e. 2012-13 and 2013-14 with posting to one place, wilt have the option to accept his /her offer for any one year of his/her choice by 23.03.2015. If the candidate accepts the offer but does not mention the year of panel, it will be assumed that he /she has accepted the offer for the year 2012-13.

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Exemption of Tuition fee for third child –KVS Order date 9.12.2014

Exemption of Tuition fee for third child –KVS Order date 9.12.2014

Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan
18, Institutional Area
Shaheed Jeet Singh Marg
New Delhi – 16
Phone No. 011-26523070

F. No. 125/19/201/KVS(Budget)Vol. II

Date. 9.12.2014

Deputy. Commissioner
Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan
Chandigarh Region.

Subject: Exemption of Tuition fee for third child – reg.

Sir,
I am directed to refer to your letter No. F. 16252/Accts/KV-47/2014-15/8134 dated 28.10.2014 wherein you have forwarded the representations of Sh. Radhey Shyam and Sh. Tilak Raj, Sub-staff, Kendriya Vidyalaya, sector-47, Chandigarh seeking clarification for grant of exemption of tuition fee for their third child in respect of KVS employee.

In this regard it is stated that the matter regarding the grant of fee exemption to the third child of the Govt. Servant who is not getting CEA reimbursement for the third child has been examined at length and it is now clarified that fee exemption may be granted to such eligible candidate for whom his/her parents are not getting any CEA reimbursement for the said third child out of CEA Scheme.

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Holiday on 25th December as specifically clarified by CBSE

Holiday on 25th December as specifically clarified by CBSE

 

Newspaper article in Times of India today i.e., 15th December, 2014 gives a distorted impression that schools have been asked to remain open on 25th December.

2. This is to clarify that CBSE has not directed any school to remain open on 25th December. All schools will follow their vacation schedule including vacation/holiday on 25th December as specifically clarified by CBSE.

3. The proposed instructions of the CBSE are toconduct an online essay competition on 24th and 25th December 2014 which is completely voluntary. CBSE has neither issued any circular on its website nor issued any instructions to any school for remaining open on 25th December 2014.

4. Even the CBSE as an office will remain closed as a public holiday on 25th December on account of Christmas Day. For the event of online essay competitions on that day, no official of CBSE is required to come to office for specifically conducting essay competition as the essays will be received online through the specified time schedule.

5. This online essay competition is completely voluntary and the students if they so desire can participate from their homes or any other place which provides online access. There is no requirement for any school to remain open on that day and the school vacations will be adhered to.

6. Navodaya Schools are residential schools. As the vacation pattern in JNVs depends on climatic conditions, the 25th of December 2014 will be celebrated in those schools which do not have any winter break. In such schools, since it is a public holiday on 25th December, the schools will also remain closed that day as no classes would be held. As a residential school, however, the school functions because children continue to remain there and these children will have the opportunity to clarified that no other activities for this competition are being held except the opportunity to submit their essays online voluntarily.

7. Kendriya Vidyalayas are observing vacations during that period and hence all Kendriya Vidyalalyas will remain closed. Students of Kendriya Vidyalayas if they so desire can participate voluntarily in the online essay competition from their homes or any other place. Kendriya Vidyalaya has not given any directions for the schools to remain open during the vacations.

8. In view of this, no child or student will be deprived of celebrating the holidays or vacations or participating in their own festivals and religious festivals whole heartedly.

9. No instructions have been issued to State Governments.

10. No clarification was sought by the reported from the Secretary, School Education before going to Press.

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Language labs in Kendriya Vidyalayas

Language labs in Kendriya Vidyalayas

 

GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
MINISTRY OF HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT
RAJYA SABHA

UNSTARRED QUESTION NO-1590

ANSWERED ON-08.12.2014

Language labs in Kendriya Vidyalayas

 

1590 . SHRI MOTILAL VORA

 

(a) whether it is a fact that, with a view to make students proficient in languages, Government proposes to set up Language Labs in Kendriya Vidyalayas throughout the country;

(b) if so, by when such labs would be set up in those Vidyalayas;

(c) the amount of expenditure expected to be incurred per school on good books and CD-DVD players, etc. in libraries to be set up in those labs;

(d) by when the basic requirements would be met; and

(e) whether, after success of this experiment in Kendriya Vidyalayas, it would be implemented in other Government and private schools too?

 

ANSWER

MINISTER OF HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT
(SMT. SMRITI ZUBIN IRANI)

(a) to (e): No such proposal is under consideration. However, one Language Lab has been set up in Kendriya Vidyalaya, Colaba No. 3, Mumbai on experimental basis, as an initiative at school level.
Source-http://rajyasabha.nic.in/

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Teaching of Foreign Languages in Kendriya Vidyalayas

Teaching of Foreign Languages in Kendriya Vidyalayas

Teaching of German language as an option to Sanskrit will be discontinued forthwith. – Teaching of Foreign Languages in Kendriya Vidyalayas

KENDRIYA VIDYALAYA SANGATHAN
18, Institutional Area, Shaheed Jeet Singh marg
New Delhi 110 016
Fax: 26514179 TEL: 26858570
website:www.kvsangathan.nic.in

11029-10/2012/KVS(HQ) Aced

November 11, 2014

OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Subject: Teaching of Foreign Languages in Kendriya Vidyalayas.

The decisions taken with regard to the subject mentioned above in the 99th Meeting of the Board of Governors of KVS held on 27.10.2014 are conveyed as under –

(a) Teaching of German language as an option to Sanskrit will be discontinued forthwith.

(b) Students studying German as an option to Sanskrit in class VI to VIII shall be given an option to study Sanskrit or any other Modern Indian Language of his/her choice.

(c) In view of the mid-session policy change, appropriate and adequate counselling to such students and their parents would be organized by the concerned . Kendriya Vidyalayas. For this, proper counselling sessions with parents and students may be conducted.

(d) Teaching of Sanskrit to such students of class VI to VIII would be done by existing TGTs (Sanskrit) in KVS. For other Modern Indian Languages, contractual teachers can be appointed as per need.

(e) German can be taught to such students of class VI and VII as an additional subject or hobby class, if they so desire, but not as a third language.

Yours faithfully,

(Dr. Shachi Kant)
Joint Commissioner (Trg.)

Source: http://kvsangathan.nic.in/GeneralDocuments/ANN-11-11-14(10).PDF

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