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PRINCIPALS MESSAGE

 

I have high expectations in education for our children. As teachers and foster parents, it is up to us to provide the best possible education in an ever changing world. We have to prepare our children for a life of constant change and they need the skills to be able to do this. Parents, teachers and administrators must work together in order to achieve this goal - the best learning environment for our children. We are all accountable for this task.

Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya Nud Distt samba J&K was established in 1986 & Affiliated with CBSE under Affiliation No. 740010 & School No. 04438 . It has grown by leaps and bounds in a short span of time & carved a niche for itself in the field if education in the Jammu & Kashmir region.

The school is situated in the lap of Mother Nature and housed in an infrastructure infested with modern amenities. In an ultra advanced computer LAB with , smart-room, well ventilated classrooms, playground, a magnificent library with a stock of 5000 books, well equipped Science LABS and provision for indoor games like Table tennis and Chess etc.

Nestling in the foothills of the Himalayas, with the river Tawi flowing alongside, is the place that
Raja Jambu Lochan discovered one day while he was on a hunting trip. Legend has it that he came upon a clearing where he saw a sight that left him wonderstruck. A tiger and a goat stood side-by-side, drinking water from the same place in the Tawi River. He was so struck by this unusual sight that he decided to build a city on this land where no living creature seemed to bear enmity towards each other. Little is known of Jammu’s subsequent history until, in 1730 AD, it came under the rule of the Dogra king, Raja Dhruv Deva. The Dogra rulers moved their capital to the present site and Jammu became an important centre of art and culture, especially the Pahari school of paintings.

Today, as if in testimony to Raja Jambu Lochan’s vision, the city of Jammu has come to be known as the
‘City of Temples’. Innumerable temples and shrines, with glittering ‘shikhars’ soaring into the sky, dot the city’s skyline, creating the ambience of a holy and peaceful city.

 
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