Performance of Kendriya Vidyalayas throughout India

Performance of Kendriya Vidyalayas throughtout India – Report submitted in Lok Sabha

GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
MINISTRY OF HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT
LOK SABHA

STARRED QUESTION NO 127

ANSWERED ON 14.08.2013

PERFORMANCE OF KENDRIYA VIDYALAYAS

127 . Shri ADAGUR H VISHWANATH

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

(a) whether the Government/CBSE monitors the performance of Kendriya Vidyalayas in the country;

(b) if so, the details thereof including the performance of Kendriya Vidyalayas registered during the last three years and the current year, region-wise;

(c) whether the Government has any mechanism to assess the performance of the teachers in these Vidyalayas;

(d) if so, the details thereof; and

(e) the measures taken/being taken by the Government/CBSE to ensure quality education in these Vidyalayas?

ANSWER

MINISTER OF HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT (SHRI M.M. PALLAM RAJU)

(a) to (e) : A statement is laid on the Table of the House.

STATEMENT REFERRED TO IN REPLY TO PART (a) TO (e) OF THE LOK SABHA STARRED QUESTION NO. 127 RAISED BY SHRI ADAGOORU VISHWANATH, HON’BLE MP TO BE ANSWERED ON 14.08.2013 REGARDING PERFORMANCE OF KENDRIYA VIDYALAYAS.

(a) & (b) Kendriya Vidyalayas (KVs) are administered by an autnonomous organization namely Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan (KVS). The apex body for monitoring the performance of KVs in the country is the Board of Governors (BOG). The Hon’ble Minister of Human Resource Development (HRD), Government of India, is the Chairman of BOG which comprises of educationists, educational administrators, and Members of Parliament. Ministry of HRD is adequately represented in the BOG. For effective management of monitoring, the BOG is supported by four standing committees headed by Additional Secretary in the Ministry of Human Resource Development viz. Academic Advisory Committee, Finance Committee, Administration & Establishment Committee and Works Committee.Through its Annual Report, KVS apprises its performance as well as its other important achievement / activities of the whole year to the BOG. The performance of KVs during the last three years, region-wise, is given in Annexure-I.
(c) & (d) The performance of teachers is assessed as reflected in the academic performance, which is reviewed from time to time by the BOG and Academic Advisory Committee. Apart from this the performance is regularly monitored by in-house mechanism of KVS. Activities in schools are regularly monitored and supervised by the Principal concerned. Further,performance of KVs is monitored through a system of Academic Supervision and surprise inspection of schools by respective Regional Offices of KVS. At least two inspections viz. one annual academic supervision and one surprise inspection is carried out by the Deputy Commissioner / Assistant Commissioner of the Regional Offices in respect of each KV of that region. Besides, Senior Officers of KVS (HQ) also visit the KVs from time to time on need basis.

(e) The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has introduced various innovations for all the CBSE affiliated schools to improve the quality of education. In KVS the quality of education is maintained and monitored through a continuous and rigorous system of Academic inspection of schools by its respective Regional Offices. Moreover, teachers are trained through 21/22 days In-Service course periodically besides small duration workshops by five Zonal Institutes of Educational Training in collaboration with 25 Regional Offices of KVS.

ANNEXURE-I
REGION-WISE RESULT ANALYSIS (PASS PERCENTAGE) CLASS – X & XII (CBSE)
FOR THE LAST THREE YEARS i.e. 2010 TO 2013
Class – X Class – XII
Sl.No Region 2010 2011 2012 2013 2010 2011 2012 2013
1 Agra * * 99.45 99.88 * * 93.82 93.6
2 Ahmedabad 96.11 99.68 99.48 99.86 88.79 90.48 91.93 90.9
3 Bangalore 99.18 99.8 99.91 100 97.02 95 95.53 97.92
4 Bhopal 95.8 99.61 99.74 99.91 92.39 91.83 92.58 93.32
5 Bhubaneswar 96.92 98.6 99.8 99.97 90.01 93.28 93.48 95.08
6 Chandigarh 96.54 99.44 99.68 99.94 94.86 94.75 95.6 96.14
7 Chennai 99.11 99.94 99.69 99.95 97.51 97.58 95.84 96.09
8 Dehradun 96.4 99.2 99.6 99.7 87.48 94.15 97.2 96.16
9 Delhi 96.5 99.15 99.55 99.91 91.87 95.54 95.43 97.21
10 Ernakulaum * * 100 100 * * 98.49 99.31
11 Guwahati 96.9 97.75 99.3 99.83 93.54 94.68 95.57 93.52
12 Hyderabad 98 99.51 99.86 100 93.58 95.71 97.43 97.23
13 Jabalpur 94.06 99.1 98.91 99.87 85.52 88.75 91.99 91.2
14 Jaipur 92.98 99.55 99.59 99.97 90.99 90.8 92.49 95.28
15 Jammu 95.86 99.39 99.28 99.82 86 91.1 87.73 89.18
16 Kolkata 98.05 99.69 99.52 99.91 91.03 93.1 94.21 95.22
17 Lucknow 96.59 99.61 99.32 99.84 90.39 93.92 93.02 93.13
18 Mumbai 96.68 99.27 99.41 99.7 90.68 91.9 95.16 95.41
19 Patna 95.06 99.76 99.68 99.74 88.48 92.68 95.98 90.53
20 Raipur * * 99.23 100 * * 90.67 95.34
21 Ranchi * * 99.55 99.92 * * 92.47 94.48
22 Silchar 98.01 97.54 99.23 99.93 89.33 92.09 94.76 93.3
23 Sirsa * * 99.09 99.92 * * 92.22 94.21
24 Tinsukia * * 98.94 100 * * 91.2 95.28
25 Varanasi * * 99.54 99.94 * * 92.43 92.08
26 KVS(HQ) 96.64 94.74 100 100 91.13 91.38 98.18 100
The information was sbumitted by Min of HRD in reply of undermentioned Lok Sabha Question:-
Source: Lok Sabha
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