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NOTICE FRESH ADMISSIONS TO NON-KV STUDENTS Dated: 8th July 2016 Few seats of Class XI Science are lying vacant in the Vidyalaya, So the eligible candidates can apply for the same on or before 15th July 2016. Forms can be obtained fromVidyalaya on all working days between 9am to 12pm. ...


Mrs. T. P. Kaur
M.Sc.(Maths), MA (Eng), M.Ed.

Honble Prime Minister\'s Interaction with students on the occasion of Teacher\'s Day on 04-09-2015

Thought for the Day:

Mission of KV No. 4 Jalandhar Cantt

The KV No. 4 Jalandhar Cantt will emerge as a ‘Brand in the field of academics as well as in games  sports and co-curricular activities in coming next three years.

The  Vidyalaya  will  strive  hard  to  secure  at  least  5-5 positions   among  top   twenties   in   AISSCE   &   AISSE respectively.

The Vidyalaya will also try its level best to achieve not less than 5 medals in ‘SGFI’ in various sports.

‘Man making’ education will be the prime concern to keep  the Flag’ of our countryhigh. Ensuring ‘Behavioral’ transformation and a positive sense towards the‘Fundamental Duties’ through logical analysiand creativity among thestudents to cope up with themerging global trend will be the top priority.


Increasing the Green Area will also be the focus of the Vidyalaya to cater tothe environmental need in coming years.”

 KVS Mission and Vision

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 employees, including defence personnel liable to frequent   transfers was first approved in November, 1962, by the Government of India.   ConsGovernment equently, Central Schools Organisation 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 defence 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   Vidyalayas. 
Over the years, the number of Kendriya Vidyalayas are growing in   numbers nearing the 1000 mark. The Kendriya Vidyalayas 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.

K.V. No. 4, Jalandhar Cantt is an institution which has since its inception kept alive the vision and the mission of Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan. A sincere endeavor is made to nurture the children in such a way that they become responsible citizens, having the true spirit of Indianness as well as a global vision. The school started its journey 1997 with classes I to V. Today it is a flourishing 3 section senior secondary school, with Science and Commerce stream. Though the school does not have permanent building or land, the staff compensates by putting extra effort to make learning process enjoyable and interesting sincere efforts are made for the holistic development of a child and for improvement of their emotional, spiritual and social quotients.

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