Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya, Pratapgarh Uttar Pradesh
Co-Curricular Activities
Co-curricular activities constitute a regular feature of our vidyalaya. Various literacy, quizzical, cultural and sporting activities are organized frequently through inter- house competition at senior and junior level with a view to make the students achieve competence and self-confidence.

Competitions at a glance

Held on
1 Quiz (G.K.) 09.04.2011   Neelgiri House
2 Art Competition 18.04.2011 Vinod Kumar Girls Senior
3 Rang Bharo Pratiyogita( Jr.Level)      
4 Essay Writing      
5 On spot poem competition      
6 Speech extempore      
7 Calligraphy      
8 Kavi Sammelan      
9 Essay Competition      
10 Creative writing competition      
11 Poster making competition      

Celebrations at a glance

Sl.No Celebrations Observed on
1 Ambedkar Jayanti 14.04.2011
2 Munshi Premchand Jayanti 31.07.2011
3 Rakshabandhan 13.08.2011
4 Independence Day 15.08.2011
5 Shri Krishna Janmashtami 22.08.2011
6 International Non-violence Day 2 Oct
7 Corruption Eradication Rally --
8 Netaji Subhash Jayanti 23 Jan
9 Republic Day 26 Jan
10 Ambedkar Jayanti 14.04.2011
Details of student participation in Games, Sports and Co-Curricular activities at Cluster Level, Regional Level & National Level during year :
Class Student Name Event Nature of the participant Position Secured
XII Cricket JNV Farrukhabad Selected for Regional
Games and sports-Games and sports have been made part and parcel of the daily schedule of our Vidyalaya with a view to develop physical fitness and neuro-mascular skills and to promote the spirit of co-operation and sportsmanship. Facilities of various indoor and outdoor games and sports are available here. To name a few are-Multi purpose play ground having cricket and football facility. Three volley ball courts, two basket ball courts, two hand ball courts, two kho-kho grounds, two table tennis boards, and many more. Children are trained in the events of their own interest and if selected, are given opportunity to represent at higher level of competition in the order as given below—

School level->Cluster level->Regional level->National level->SGFI
Cultural activities-To make the students aware, understand and nurture art and cultural heritage, the Vidyalaya has got rich department of Art and music which offers children an opportunity to learn various kinds of art, music, drama and community songs and dances. Display of performing art and music has been a regular feature during various kinds of celebrations observed by the Vidyalaya. Frequent sessions are organized to promote the sense of belongingness towards nature and mother earth. Students are encouraged to understand and do their best towards a pollution free, clean and green society. World Environment Day and Van Mahotsava are a few among many other celebrations observed by the students in this regard.

Scout and Guide-Vidyalaya has full fledged troops of Scout and Guide which are self-help groups performing various activities within as well as outside the campus in order to promote courage, strong determination and leadership qualities among students.

Adolescence Education Program-A unique program which aims at educating children about their growing age, physico-psychological changes and concerns, handling stress , developing self confidence, self respect and respect for opposite gender.

Objective of A.E.P.-

1. Give authentic information on physical and psychological changes, prevention of AIDS, STD and smoking.
Develop abilities and skills in students to protect them from risky situations, e.g. thinking skills, self-awareness, inter-personal relationship, communication and negotiation skills, problem solving and decision making etc.
3. Develop mutual respect among boys and girls.
4. Promote among them responsible behavior for sound health.
5. Develop ability among them to manage examination related stress, anxiety and personal problems.
Promote among the young students a healthy and responsible life-style and share their concern on all such matters.

Activities related to A.E.P.-

1. Collection of primary data from students concerning adolescence through questionnaire.
2. Meeting with the parents to know the areas of interests and concerns of their wards.
3. Organizing lectures and interaction sessions
4. Making posters and models.
5. Making posters and models.
Inviting doctors and counselors to answer the queries of children regarding health and various aspects of adolescence.
7. Conducting tests (questionnaire method) to judge the extent of learning about the program.

Youth Parliament- Ministry of Parliamentary Affairs, Government of India has introduced youth parliament program to prepare the youth with added skills and competence to cater the needs of fast changing world scenario and to enable them to understand the democratic principles and values. In this program a complete replica of parliamentary session is exhibited by the students in order to make the viewers as to how the activities of a democratic parliament are conducted.

Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya, Pratapgarh Uttar Pradesh