Migration policy in NVS

Oneof the dynamic features of NVS is its Migration Policy. It was initiated in the year 1988-89 with the noble objectives of inculcating the myriad and pristine cultural diversity and plurality of Indian culture and its people in the minds of the students. According to it, the 30% of the students from Class-IX of a Non-Hindi Speaking JNV will be migrated to another Hindi-Speaking JNV in a particular Academic year. JNV-Yanam has been falling under the Non-Hindi speaking (Telugu) JNV and therefore, at present its migration linkage is JNV-Yamuna Nagar (Haryana)

The students to be migrated are selected on the basis of students' voluntary willingness and by a lottery, where sufficient number is not forthcoming on voluntary basis.  At most care has been taken in transporting the children from the remotest parts of the country between JNVs located in North, South, East and west of India

YEAR

Students from JNV- Yanam (Puducherry) to JNV- Yamuna Nagar (Haryana)

Students from JNV- Yamuna Nagar (Haryana) to JNV- Yanam, Puducherry

Boys

Girls

TOTAL

Boys

Girls

TOTAL

2015 - 16

10

5

15

10

5

15

2014 - 15

12

6

18

12

10

22

2013 - 14

7

8

15

15

7

22

2012 - 13

13

6

19

13

6

19

2011 - 12

14

2

16

8

3

11

2010 - 11

10

6

16

8

3

11