Monday, 9 July 2012


Different scholarships provides to students by Govt.
Dr. B.R. Ambedkar Medhavi Chatarvriti Yojana for SC students ( 10,000/year)
Dr. B.R. Ambedkar Medhavi Chatarvriti Yojana for OBC students (10,000/year)
Swami Vivekanand Chattarvriti Yojana ( 10,000/year)
Pre-Matric Scholarship for OBC students (Rs. 1000/year)
Post Matric Scholarship for SC students ( Rs.1540/year)
Post Matric Scholarship for OBC students ( Rs.990/year)
Post Matric Scholarship for ST students (1400/year)
BPL Scholarship for SC students (Half fee for IT)


Sunday, 8 July 2012









2012ASHA RANI6TH10+2ARTS/429
2011ASHA RANI9TH10+1ARTS/400
2010PALAK JAIN10TH10+2COMM/414

Tuesday, 3 July 2012

Scout and Guide

The Boys Scouts Movement had a simple start in the year 1907 when a retired Army General Lord Baden Powell conducted an experimental camp in Brown sea Island in England with 20 boys. The successful conduct of the camp and publication of the Book “Scouting for Boys” in a fortnightly marked the start of the Boy Scout Movement.In the year 1910, Crystal palace Rally was held where Girls wearing the boy Scout uniform appeared and wanted to join the Scout Movement. Lord Baden Powell decided to start a movement for Girls with the help of his sister Agnes Baden PowellScouting In IndiaScouting started in India in the year 1909, when Captain T.H.Baker established the first Scout Troop in Bangalore and got it registered with imperial Headquarters, London.subsequently, Scout Troops were formed in Kirkee (Pune), Simla, Madras, Jabalpur, Lonavla (Mumbai) and registered with the Imperial Headquarters during 1910 and 1911. These units were open to European and Anglo Indian Children only.The first Guide Company in India was started in Jabalpur, Central India in 1911.As the Scout Movement was not initially open to the Indian boys, Nationalist leaders of India decided to offer Scouting activities to Indian Boys and Sewa Samiti Scout Association was formed with Headquarters in Allahabad by Pandit Madan Mohan Malviya, Pandit Hriday Nath Kunzru and Pandit Sriram Bajpai. Dr.Annie Besant with the help of Shri G.S.Arundale started a seperate Scout Association for Indian Boys in Madras.Efforts were made for unification of different scout groups existing in India during the visit of Lord Baden Powell to India in 1921 and 1937 but failed. Major reason for the failure in unification was the promise clause which included the word “Duty to King”. Our Patriotic sentiments of our Nationalist leaders did not approve the allegiance to the British Empire and instead it was insisted that allegiance loyalty to the Country should be part of the Scout Promise.. Scouting Guiding In independent IndiaAfter the independence of our country efforts were made for unification of the Scout and Guide Associations functioning in India. Serious efforts were made by our National leaders like Pt.Jawahar Lal Nehru, First Prime Minister of India, Mauland Abul Kalam Azad, the First education Minister of India,Shri Mangal Das Pakvasa, Governor of Central Province, and Scout leaders Pandit Hriday Nath Kunzru, Pandit Sri Ram Bajpai, Justice Vivian Bose and others for the merger of the Scout / Guide Associations. Dr.Tara chand, Education Secretary ,Government of India made significant contribution in finalizing the merger deed. The Final merger took place on 7th November 1950 and the unified Organisation came into existence under the Name “The Bharat Scouts and Guides”. The Girl Guides Association formally joined the Bharat Scouts and Guides a little later on 15th August 1951.Constitution and Headquarters The Bharat Scouts and Guides is a Registered Society under Societies Registrations Act. It is totally voluntary, non-political and secular Organisation.The National Headquarters of the Bharat Scouts functioned from Regal Building, Connaught Place, New Delhi, till 1963.Thereafter, it shifted to its own building and is functioning from Lakshmi Mazumdar Bhawan , 16, Mahatma Gandhi Marg, Indra Prasth Estate, New Delhi – 110002. The National Headquarters building was inaugurated in the year 1963 by the then Vice President of India Dr.Zakir Hussain.Our FundamentalsDefinition:-The Bharat Scouts & Guides is a voluntary, non-political, educational movement for young people, open to all without distinction of origin, race or creed ,in accordance with the purpose, principles and methods conceived by the Founder Lord Baden Powell in 1907.Purpose: The purpose of the Movement is to contribute to the development of young people in achieving their full physical, intellectual, social and spiritual potentials as individuals, as responsible citizens and as members of local, national and international communities.Principles: The Scout /Guide Movement is based on the Following Principles.DUTY TO GOD: Adherence to spiritual principle, loyalty to the religion that expresses the acceptance of the duties resulting there from.DUTY TO OTHERS;Loyalty to one's country in harmony of local and international peace, understanding, co-operation.Participation in the development of society with recognition and respect for dignity of one's fellowmen and for the integrity of the natural world.DUTY TO SELF:Responsibility for the development of one’s self.The Method: The Scout /Guide Method is a system of progressive self-education through:-- A Promise and Law- Learning by doing.- Membership of small groups under adult leadership involving progressive discovery andacceptance of responsibility and training towards self -government directed towards thedevelopment of character, and the acquisition of competence, self-reliance, dependabilityand capacities to co-operate and to lead.- Progressive and stimulating programmes of various activities based on the interest of theparticipants including games, useful skills and services to the community taking place largelyin an outdoor setting in contact with nature.CLICK HERE TO SEE SCOUT ACTIVITIES IN SCHOOL

Eco Club


Now a days every one is concerned about the environmental degradation in the world. Hence, to save the environment from further deterioration, the present generation is to be enriched and encouraged for the pollution free environment and healthy living. Different programmes are introduced through Eco-Club.
Objectives of the Club :

[1] To inculate the love for Mother Nature.
[2] Efforts to make future generation free from environmental disasters.
[3] Creating awareness about the ill-effects of global warming.
[4] Students were more emphasized to give importance for recycling of materials uses.
[5] Speeches on : Pollution, Environmental degradation, Need for forestation, and Safe disposal of wastes.
[6] Tree Plantation during monsson is organised every year.




1. In India, the idea of involving students in the task of national service dates back to the times of Mahatma Gandhi, the father of the nation. The central theme which he tried to impress upon his student audience time and again, was that they should always keep before them, their social responsibility. The first duty of the students should be, not to treat their period of study as one of the opportunities for indulgence in intellectual luxury, but for preparing themselves for final dedication in the service of those who provided the sinews of the nation with the national goods & services so essential to society. Advising them to form a living contact with the community in whose midst their institution is located, he suggested that instead of undertaking academic research about economic and social disability, the students should do "something positive so that the life of the villagers might be raised to a higher material and moral level".
2. The post-independence era was marked by an urge for introducing social service for students, both as a measure of educational reform and as a means to improve the quality of educated manpower. The University Grants Commission headed by Dr. Radhakrishnan recommended introduction of national service in the academic institutions on a voluntary basis with a view to developing healthy contacts between the students and teachers on the one hand and establishing a constructive linkage between the campus and the community on the other hand.

3. The idea was again considered by the Central Advisory Board of Education (CABE) at its meeting held in January, 1950. After examining the various aspects of the matter and in the light of experience of other countries in this field, the Board recommended that students should devote some time to manual work on a voluntary basis and that the teachers should also associate with them in such work. In the draft First Five year Plan adopted by the Government of India in 1952, the need for social and labour service for students for one year was further stressed. Consequent upon this, labour and social service camps, campus work projects, village apprenticeship scheme etc. were put into operation by various educational institutions, In 1958, the then Prime Minister Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru in his letter to the Chief-Ministers, mooted the idea of having social service as a prerequisite for graduation. He further directed the Ministry of Education to formulate a suitable scheme for introduction of national service into the academic institutions.

4. In 1959, a draft outline of the scheme was placed before the Education Minister's Conference. The Conference was unanimous about the urgent need for trying out a workable scheme for national service. In view of the fact that education as it was imparted in schools and colleges, left something to be desired and it was necessary to supplement it with programmes which would arouse interest the social and economic reconstruction of the country. It was viewed that if the objectives of the scheme were to be realized, it was essential to integrate social service with the educational process as early as possible. The Conference suggested the appointment of a committee to work out details of the proposed pilot project. In pursuance of these recommendations, a National Service Committee was appointed under the Chairmanship of Dr. C.D. Deshmukh on August 28, 1959 to make concrete suggestions in this direction. The committee recommended that national service for a period of nine months to a year Deshmukh on August 28, 1959 to make concrete suggestions in this direction. The committee recommended that national service for a period of nine months to a year may be made compulsory for all students completing high school education and intending to enroll themselves in a college or a university. The scheme was to include some military training, social service, manual labour and general education. The recommendations of the Committee could not be accepted because of its financial implications and difficulties in implementation.

5. In 1960, at the instance of the Government of India, Prof. K.G. Saiyidain studied national service by students implemented in several countries of the world and submitted his report under the title "National Service for the Youth" to the Government with a number of recommendations as to what could be done in India to develop a feasible scheme of social service by students. It was also recommended that social service camps should be open to students as well as non-students within the prescribed age group for better inter-relationship.

6. The Education Commission headed by Dr. D.S. Kothari (1964-66) recommended that students at all' stages of education should be associated with some form of social service. This was taken into account by the State Education Minister during their conference in April 1967 and they recommended that at the university stage, students could be permitted to join the National Cadet Corps (NCC) which was already in existence on a voluntary basis and an alternative to this could be offered to them in the form of a new programme called the National Service Scheme (NSS). Promising sportsmen, however, should be exempted from both and allowed to join another scheme calle4d the National Sports Organisation (NSO), in view of the need to give priority to the development of sports and athletics.

7.The Vice Chancellors' Conference in September, 1969 welcomed this recommendation and suggested that a special committee of Vice Chancellors could be set up to examine this question in detail. In the statement of national policy on education of the Government of India, it was laid down that work experience and national service should be an integral part of education. In May, 1969, a conference of the students' representatives of the universities and institutions of higher learning convened by the Ministry of Education and the University Grants Commission also unanimously declared 'that national service could be a powerful instrument for national integration. It could be used to introduce urban students to rural life. Projects of permanent value could also be undertaken as a symbol of the contribution of the student community to the progress and upliftment of the nation.

8. The details were soon worked out and the Planning Commission sanctioned an outlay of Rs. 5 crores for National Service Scheme (NSS) during the. Fourth Five Year Plan. It was stipulated that the NSS programme should be started as a pilot project in select institutions and universities.

9. On September 24, 1969, the then Union Education Minister Dr. V.K.R.V. Rao, launched the NSS programme in 37 universities covering all States and simultaneously requested the Chief Ministers of States for their cooperation and help. It was appropriate that the programme was started during the Gandhi Centenary Year as it was Gandhi ji who inspired the Indian youth to participate in the movement for Indian independence and the social uplift of the downtrodden masses of our nation.

10. The cardinal principle of the programme is that it is organised by the students themselves and both students and teachers through their combined participation in social service, get a sense of involvement in the tasks of national development. Besides, the students, particularly, obtain work experience which might help them to find avenues of self-employment or employment in any organisation at the end of their university career. The initial financial arrangements provided for an expenditure of Rs. 120/- per NSS student per annum to be shared by the Central and the State Governments in the ratio of 7:5 i.e. the Central Government spending Rs. 70/- and State Governments Rs. 50/- respectively per NSS student per year. An amount of Rs. 120/- per NSS student per annum on programmes to be shared by the Central and State Governments in the ration of 7:5 (i.e. Rs. 70/- per student by the central government and Rs. 50/- per student by the State Governments). Keeping the inflation in view, it is now under consideration to revise the amount for Special Camping and Regular Activities.

11. The scheme now extends to all the states ad universities in the country and covers +2 level also in many states. Students, teachers, guardians, persons in authority in government, universities and colleges/schools and the people in general now realize the need and significance of NSS. It has aroused among the student youth an awareness of the realities of life, a better understanding and appreciation of the problems of the people. NSS is, thus, a concrete attempt in making campus relevant to the needs of the community. There are several instances of excellent work and exemplary conduct of NSS units which have earned them respect and confidence of the people. The special camping programmes organised under the themes of 'Youth Against Famine (1973)', 'Youth Against Dirt & Disease (1974-75)', 'Youth for Eco-Development' and "Youth for Rural Reconstruction' 'Youth for National Development and Youth for Literacy (1985-93)' 'Youth for National Integration and Communal Harmony (1993-95)' have resulted in gains both to the community as well as to the students. The theme for the year 1995-96 onwards for Special Camping is Youth for Sustainable Development with focus on Watershed Management and Water land Development'. Themes have been selected in accordance with national priorities. Also, from 1991-92 onwards NSS has launched a nationwide campaign on AIDS Awareness called "Universities Talk AIDS" (UTA) which has earned international attention and appreciation.

12. Community service rendered by university and +2 level students has covered several aspects like adoption of villages for intensive development work, carrying out the medico-social surveys, setting up of medical centres, programmes of mass immunization, sanitation drives, adult education programmes for the weaker sections of the community, blood donation, helping patients in hospitals, helping inmates of orphanages and the physically handicapped etc. NSS volunteers did commendable relief work during natural calamities/emergencies such as cyclones, floods, famine, earthquake, et. From time to time all over the country. The NSS students have also done useful work in organising campaigns for eradication of social evils, and popularization of the nationally accepted objectives like nationalism, democracy, secularism, social harmony and development of scientific temper.



स्वतंत्रता के बाद एक ऐसी संस्था की आवश्यकता महसूस हुई जो युवाओं में अनुशासन की भावना के साथ साथ अच्छा नागरिक बनने में सहायक हो और आवश्यकता पड़ने पर सेना की मदद भी कर सके। प0 जवाहर लाल नेहरु की रुचि के फलस्वरुप 15 जुलाई 1948 को एन0 सी0 सी0 की स्थापना की गई जिसमें 38 हजार 3 सौ 5 छात्रों ने भाग लिया। 1949 में इसमें छात्राओं की भर्ती आरम्भ की गई!

एन0सी0सी0 का महा निदेशालय दिल्ली में है। वर्तमान में 91 उप मुख्यालय 756 इकाईयां जिसमें 534 थल सेना 58 वायु सेना 58 जल सेना और 106 बालिका यूनिट है। पूरे देश में 16 निदेशालय है। एक महिला अफसर प्रशिक्षण स्कूल ग्वालियर में पुरुष अफसर प्रशिक्षण स्कूल कामटी में है। इन स्कूलों से अफसर प्रशिक्षित हो अपनी संस्थाओं में विद्यार्थियों को एन0सी0सी0 का प्रशिक्षण देते है।

एन0सी0सी0 के माध्यम से विद्यार्थियों में अनुशासन तो आता है साथ ही वे आपातकाल में देश सेवा में सहयोग करने में सक्षम होते है। एन0सी0सी0 के माध्यम से विद्यार्थियों को विभिन्न प्रकार के प्रशिक्षण प्रदान किये जाते है जिनसे वे देश सेवा के लिए तैयार होते है और सेना में सेवा का अवसर भी प्राप्त हो पाता है।

हिमाचल प्रदेश में एन0सी0सी0 की स्थापना 1965 में की गई। हिमाचल प्रदेश में वायु और जल इकाईयों सहित कुल 12 इकाईयां है।

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