15 New Kendriya Vidhyalays to be Inaugurated on October 11

15 New Kendriya Vidhyalays to be Inaugurated on October 11
maniprabha.singh | Oct 11, 2019 - 1:05 p.m. IST
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NEW DELHI, October 11, 2019- Union HRD Minister, Ramesh Pokhriyal 'Nishank' will inaugurate 15 new Kendriya Vidyalayas (KVs) today, on October 11, 2019, through Video Conferencing from New Delhi. Additionally, the minister will also 'lay foundation stones' of 6 more KVs. The newly constructed KVs that will be inaugurated today are located in 13 states and Union Territories. Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan (KVS) supervises the overall functioning of KVs. According to a KVS’s statement, this is the first time that new buildings in such a large number are being inaugurated by the HRD Minister.

List of 15 New Kendriya Vidyalayas to be inaugurated today-

S.No.

State/UT

District

List of New KVs

1

Assam

Golaghat

KV Golaghat

2

Assam

Dima Hasao

KV Haflong

3

Assam

Baksa

KV Tamulpur

4

Bihar

Araria

KV Araria

5

Gujarat

Rajkot

KV Jaitpur

6

Gujarat

Ahmedabad

KV Viramgaon

7

Laddakh

Kargil

KV Kargil

8

Karnataka

Kodagu

KV Kodagu

9

Madhya Pradesh

Satna

KV No. 2 Satna

10

Madhya Pradesh

Sheopur

KV Sheopur

11

Madhya Pradesh

Baitul

KV Baitul

12

Odisha

Sambalpur

KV Sambalpur

13

Uttar Pradesh

Raibareli

KV Shivgarh

14

Tamil Nadu

Perambalur

KV Perambalur

15

Telangana

Nalgonda

KV Miryalguda

List of 06 KVs where foundation to be laid-

S.NoKendriya VidyalayaDistrictState
1KV LongdingLongding

Arunachal Pradesh

2KV KavardhaKabirdhamChhattisgarh
3KV GirdihGirdihJharkhand
4KV ChennapatnaRamnagarKarnataka
5KV JagatsinghpurJagatsinghpurOdisha
6KV NizamabadNizamabadTelangana

KVS further stated, “More than 22 thousand students will be benefitted with this huge completion of work having an approximate cost investment of 398 crores.”

There are a total of 1,225 Kendriya Vidyalayas (KVs) that cater to the educational requirements of the children of transferable Central Government employees including Defence and Para-Military personnel.

All KVs follow the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) syllabus to provide a common programme of education. Currently, a total of 12,92,767 students across India are studying in KVs.

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