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ABOUT US
In 1984 it was the Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan who as a pace setter in the field of education established its unit at Kokrajhar with a sole motto to cater to the educational needs of the tribal children along with the children of central govt. employees. Sponsored by the district administration Kokrajhar under the able guidance of Mrs. P. Baruah this school was started. Since then this Vidyalaya is catering the educational needs of the children of priority categories as well as the children of local population.

It is a Civil Sector school. It is situated near Post Titaguri approximately 6 km. far from BTAD capital town Kokrajhar (ASSAM). Presently we are imparting quality education to the children up to + 2 level in science stream.

DATE OF ESTABLISHMENT OF VIDYALAYA 1984
SECTOR CIVIL
STATE  Assam
CLASSES I to XII
STREAMS AVAILABLE SCIENCE

List of Chairmen and Principals:

CHAIRMAN

Sl.No.

Name

From

To

1

Shri Nitin Khade, IAS    

2

Shri Jayant Narlikar, IAS 30-07-2012 Till Now

3

Shri Donald Gilfellon,ACS

30-10-2010

29-06-2012

4

Shri Carol Narzary, ACS

01-01-2009

30-10-2010

5

Shri Jatin Gogoi, ACS

19-06-2007

31-12-2008

6

Shri H.K.Sharma, IAS

08-12-2004

23-06-2007

7

Dr. A.K.Bhutani, IAS

20-07-2001

08-12-2004

8

Shri J.I.Kathar, IAS

17-09-1998

20-07-2001

9

Shri S.Thadou, ACS

21-08-1996

17-09-1998

10

Shri D.Jhingran, IAS

20-06-1996

21-08-1996

11

Shri D.Kumar, IAS

16-12-1994

20-06-1996

12

Shri M.Singh, IAS

06-10-1994

15-12-1994

13

Shri D.Jhingran, IAS

13-10-1993

05-10-1994

14

Shri A.K.Singh, IAS

10-07-1992

13-10-1993

15

Shri V.B. Pyarelal,IAS

15-05-1989

10-07-1992

16

Shri M.Chawla, IAS

15-10-1988

15-05-1989

17

Shri B. Bhuyan, IAS

06-08-1986

15-10-1988

18

Shri N.C. Dutta, IAS

27-09-1985

06-08-1986

19

Shri S.K.Srivastava, IAS

09-10-1984

27-09-1985

PRINCIPAL

Sl. No.

NAME

FROM

TO

1

Mr. Nilamani Das 18/02/2013 Till Now
2 Mr. Kashmir Singh I/C 28-11-2012 17/02/2013
3 Shri. B.Lal 25-08-2011 27-11-2012
4 Mr. B. Bhakta I/C 05-07-2011 24-08-2011
5

Shri R. Mohan

30-06-2008

04-07-2011

6 Shri S. Muthukumarsami 22-04-2008 26-05-2008
7

Shri J.K. Choudhary

06-09-2007

09-04-2008

8

Dr.A.K.Bhatt

30-08-2006

06-09-2007

9

Shri O.V. Singh

24-06-2006

30-08-2006

10

Shri R. Kishore

07-07-2001

24-06-2006

11

Shri A.K.Brahma I/C

16-06-2001

07-07-2001

12

Shri J.P.Nagar

07-08-2000

16-06-2001

13

Shri P.K.Roy

26-10-1998

07-08-2000

14

Shri A.K.Brahma I/C

11-04-1998

25-10-1998

15

Shri S.K. Verma

31-07-1995

11-04-1998

16

Shri B.L. Mithorya

12-07-1995

31-07-1995

17

Shri D.Chaudhary

06-01-1994

11-07-1995

18

Shri A.K.Brahma I/C

21-05-1993

05-01-1994

19

Shri N.R.Das I/C

14-08-1992

21-05-1993

20

Shri A.K.Brahma I/C

31-07-1992

14-08-1992

21

Shri M.Singh I/C

04-12-1991

31-07-1992

22

Shri A.K.Brahma I/C

09-05-1991

04-12-1991

23

Smt. K.Lata I/C

22-12-1990

09-05-1991

24

Shri V.K.Bhatnagar

09-08-1989

22-12-1990

25

Smt. K.Lata I/C

01-02-1989

09-08-1989

26

Shri A.K.Brahma I/C

13-05-1988

01-02-1989

27 Smt P.Barua 27-10-1984 13-05-1988

VISION & MISSION

The idea of encouraging the growth of Secondary Schools with a common syllabus and medium of instruction for the benefit of the children of Central Government employees, including defense personnel liable to frequent transfers was first approved in November, 1962, by the Government of India. Consequently, Central Schools Organization was started as a unit of the Ministry of Education, now Ministry of Human Resource Development of the Govt. of India, so that the education of their children was not disrupted due to their frequent and sudden transfers in public interest. Initially, 20 Regimental Schools, then functioning at places having large concentration of defense personnel, were taken over as Central Schools during the academic year 1963-64.
 
In 1965, an autonomous body, namely, Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan was registered as a Society under Societies Registration Act XXI of 1860 which took over the task of opening and managing the Central Schools, henceforth called Kendriya Vidyalaya.
Over the years, the number of Kendriya Vidyalayas is growing in numbers nearing the 1000 mark. The Kendriya Vidyalaya have a four-fold mission, namely, to cater to the educational needs of children of transferable Central Government employees including Defence and Para-military personnel by providing a common programme of education; to pursue excellence and set the pace in the field of school education;to initiate and promote experimentation and innovations in education in collaboration with other bodies like the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), the National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT) etc. and to develop the spirit of national integration and create a sense of 'Indianness' among children.

In pursuance of the above objectives, the Kendriya Vidyalayas have been set up with the following features:

1.

Kendriya Vidyalayas primarily cater to the educational needs of the wards of transferable Central Govt. employees.

2.

All Kendriya Vidyalayas are co-educational.

3.
Common Text books, common curriculum and bi-lingual medium of instruction, i.e. English and Hindi are followed.
4.

All Kendriya Vidyalayas are affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education. Some Kendriya Vidyalayas in States of Andhra Pradesh and Tamilnadu are also affiliated with State Education Boards at the +2 level.

5.

Teaching of three languages - English, Hindi & Sanskrit from Class VI to VIII is compulsory. In Class IX and X, any two languages out of English, Hindi and Sanskrit can be offered. Sanskrit can also be taken as an elective subject at +2 stage.

6.

No tuition fee is charged from students up to Class VIII, the wards of staff of KVS, SC/ST students, children of Officers and men of the Armed Forces killed or disabled during the wars of 1962, 1965 and 1971 against China and Pakistan and girl students up to Class XII.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 
 

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