Curriculum | Faculty | Staff List | Library | Labs | Tests & Exams | Tentative Dates | Assessment | Attendance | Progress Report
The School has students enrolled from Class I to Class XII. CBSE curriculum is followed. The students are offered the following combinations of subjects:
For Class I & II : English, Hindi & Mathematics
For Class III to V : English, Hindi, Mathematics & Environmental Studies (EVS)
For Class VI to VIII : English, Hindi, Sanskrit, Mathematics, Social Studies & Science
For Class IX & X : English, Hindi or Sanskrit, Mathematics, Social Studies & Science
For XI & XII (Commerce stream) : English-Core, Hindi-Core/Mathematics, Economics, Accountancy & Business Studies
For XI & XII (Science stream) : English-Core, Mathematics/Hindi-Core, Physics, Chemistry & Biology/Computer Science
In addition to the above, due importance has been given on AHPL (Art of Healthy and Productive Living) - which includes : Art, Music, SUPW, Physical & Health Education, Environmental Education & Computer Awareness.
The faculty of Kendriya Vidyalaya Paradip Port shapes its special character. Each faculty member is both a teacher and a scholar, an expert in his/her own field. The faculty consists of 35 full time highly qualified teachers, who have extensive teaching experience in their respective fields.
All teachers are also involved in some school activity, as House Master, Class Teacher, the Environment Council, Editorial Board, Cultural Department or Sports, to name a few. In fact, all teachers also share membership with students on various committees, school houses, and supervise individual or small-group research projects.
Students learn through teacher instruction, group activities and field trips. Seminars and workshops also form an integral part of the School Curriculum. Teachers use a student-centered style which instills confidence, initiative, and the development of critical and analytical skills.
Guest Speakers are also invited to the schools to familiarize the students on various academic, scientific, social and cultural issues.
(As on 09.07.2007)
|Sl. No.||Name||Design.||Employee Code||Date of Joining the present KV||Date of Joining the present Post|
|1||Shri P.C Ratha||Principal||9886||27.06.2007||03.07.2002|
|2||Smt. P.K. Nanda||HM||11339||05.09.1995||11.08.1997|
|3||Shri S. Swain||PGT (Eng.)||11351||07.04.2003||16.11.1987|
|4||Smt. S. Nanda||PGT (Bio.)||11347||12.04.2003||25.01.2000|
|6||Shri N.B. Das||PGT (Phy.)||11354||20.09.2004||18.08.2001|
|7||Shri L.C. Yadav||PGT (Hindi)||11352||03.09.2002||03.09.2002|
|8||Shri A. Ojha||PGT (Eco.)||32047||25.07.2006||10.09.2002|
|9||Mr. Sunil Kumar Verma||PGT (C.S.)||10.09.07||10.09.07|
|12||Shri A.Q. Khan||TGT (S.St.)||11375||16.02.1991||22.12.1986|
|13||Shri P.C. Kar||TGT (Maths)||11373||08.04.2002||27.12.1986|
|14||Shri H.K. Behera||TGT (Eng.)||1146||02.04.2007||10.09.1987|
|15||Smt. M.P. Nayak||TGT (Eng.)||11368||08.04.2002||26.07.1988|
|16||Dr. S.K. Jha||TGT (Skt.)||11374||23.08.1999||25.06.1996|
|17||Smt. J. Pattanaik||TGT (Bio.)||11367||03.04.2002||16.01.1998|
|18||Shri S.N. Panda||TGT (Maths)||37596||16.04.2007||05.04.2004|
|22||Shri B.C. Sahoo||Librarian||11344||15.01.2001||16.11.1981|
|23||Shri S.K. Subudhi||WET||11378||17.07.2002||25.11.1993|
|24||Shri G.C. Behera||Drawing Tr.||11332||16.10.2000||05.09.1995|
|25||Shri P.K. Bhagat||PET||11346||25.06.2005||19.01.1998|
|26||Smt. Sujata Rath||PRT||11365||10.04.2003||05.09.1983|
|27||Shri H.K. Mishra||PRT||11362||29.06.2001||23.09.1983|
|28||Smt. S.R. Patel||PRT||11363||01.12.2004||30.09.1985|
|29||Shri Khageswar Bag||PRT||11361||11.09.2002||19.09.1986|
|30||Smt. S. Panigrahi||PRT||11366||31.07.1996||07.09.1987|
|31||Shri K.C. Dalai||PRT||11360||17.04.2004||08.09.1987|
|32||Shri S.K. Mohanty||PRT||11364||12.08.2004||31.08.1988|
|33||Miss A. Hazra||PRT||11356||01.02.2001||23.11.1993|
|34||Shri A.K. Dash||PRT||11358||05.09.2002||06.12.1993|
|35||Shri B.K. Das||PRT||11359||15.04.2002||13.12.1993|
|36||Smt. Anima Km. Das||PRT||11357||01.06.2005||26.06.1996|
|37||Shri P.K. Behera||Music Tr.||11345||04.12.2000||16.09.1988|
|38||Shri L.D. Sethy||UDC||11377||07.06.2002||05.09.1992|
|39||Shri P.K. Samal||LDC||11343||27.11.2000||02.01.1996|
|40||Shri P.K. Samal||Lab. Attd.||11341||17.08.1976||12.09.1977|
|41||Shri D.K. Das||Lab. Attd.||11340||12.09.1977||12.09.1977|
|42||Shri S.K. Chattar||Lab. Attd.||11342||15.09.1977||15.09.1977|
|43||Shri P.R. Swain||Gr. D||11337||06.11.1975||06.11.1975|
|44||Shri M.G. Samal||Gr. D||11335||24.10.1977||24.10.1977|
|45||Shri G.C. Nayak||Gr. D||11334||29.10.1977||29.10.1977|
|46||Shri S.M. Singh||Gr. D||11338||31.01.1997||31.01.1997|
CONTRACTUAL TEA ERS / COACHES
|1||Miss Harapriya Padhi||PGT (Maths)|
|2||Miss Subhralin Jena||PGT (Chem)|
|3||Shri Ajit Kumar Sahoo||TGT (Science)|
|Shri Sunakar Biswal||TGT (S.St.)|
|Shri A.K. Raut||Computer Instructor|
|Miss Supriya Pati||Pre-Primary Teacher|
|8||Shri Dhruti Dhar Das||Spoken English Teacher|
|10||Miss Saudamini Singh||Kabaddi Coach|
|11||Miss Krishna Kumari Ray||Kho-Kho Coach|
|12||Shri Kanhu Mallick||Taekwondo Coach|
|13||Shri Sushanta Kumar Das||Volleyball Coach|
|14||Shri Prabas Kumar Sahoo||Music Coach|
|15||Miss Tanushree Sahoo||Computer Instructor|
the key to success, should be fun and not a chore. Fully computerized and
directed by an experienced Librarian, the spacious Library occupies a
central place at Kendriya Vidyalaya Paradip Port where an extensive
reference comprising of about 9333 books , 15 magazines - periodicals and 06
TESTS & EXAMINATIONS
KVS follows the system of continuous and comprehensive
evaluation of students achievements in academics.
In an academic year, every KV holds following tests / examinations
A. Unit Tests
Three Unit tests are conducted during an academic year.
Each unit test is of 40 marks thus making a total of 120 marks for unit
tests which is reduced to 20 marks as weightage of unit tests in the final
This is conducted in the 3rd week of November.
Its weightage in the final result is of 20 marks.
C. Session Ending Examinations
This is conducted in the 2nd / 3rd
week of March with a common set of question papers prepared at the Regional
Level. Evaluation is done at
cluster level to minimize subjectivity. Its
weightage in the final result is of 40 marks.
|Tests /Exams.||Tentative Dates|
|I Unit Test||17th to 23rd July 2007|
|II Unit Test||17th to 22nd September 2007|
|Half-Yearly Exam.||3rd week of November 2007|
|Pre-Board Exam. I||1st week of December 2007|
|Pre-Board Exam. II||4th week of December 2007|
|Pre-Board Exam.III||3rd week of January 2008
|III Unit Test||21st to 28th January 2008|
|CBSE Practical Exam.||1st week of February 2008|
|BOARD EXAM.||1st week of March 2008|
|Session Ending Exam||2nd / 3rd week of March 2008|
will be no formal test or examination for Classes I & II students. However,
their performance will be evaluated through Continuous Comprehensive Examination
and a file will be maintained for each child to record all necessary
competencies in each subject. The parents of all the students of Classes I &
II are welcome to the Vidyalaya on all last working days (after Recess) of each
month to see the performance of their children.
1. There should be no detention in Class I & II.
2. If a child gets 'E' grade in 3 subjects in Class-III onwards, he/she can be detained in the same class with the consent of the parent.
3. In case the parent does not consent, the student will be promoted to the next class. However, if the student again gets 'E' grade in three subjects or more in the next class, the Principal can detain the child in the same class.
4. The child who gets 'E' grade in any two subjects in Class-V, will be given an opportunity to improve upon it and if he/she gets 'D' grade even in one subject, will be promoted to Class-VI.
assessment of a student is based on his total achievement out of a maximum of
100 marks in each subject distributed as under:
(ii) Project /
(iv) Half yearly
Ending Exams 40 marks
If a student misses a Unit Test, no credit shall be allowed. However weightage on Medical Ground is given but the child concerned will not be given any rank. In case of absence, no test will be taken at any stage later. Every student would need to pass the Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE)-comprising (i) to (iv) mentioned above as well as Session Ending Examination (SEE) separately with at least 1/3rd (one-third) marks. Thus each child should obtain not less than 20 marks out of 60 in each subject in the CCE and 13 marks out of 40 in the SEE, for being promoted to the next class.
Grading System as per the recommendation of CBSE has been introduced from March-2007 onwards for Classes VI to VIII. There will be no inter-se rank/position in Classes VI to VIII. However, the promotion rules as mentioned above will be applicable as per KVS norms.
A child may not be allowed to sit in the Session Ending Examination if he/she has not put in a minimum of 75% of the attendance of the academic session including attendance put in the previous school if the student has been admitted on transfer.
The Progress Report shall be sent to the parent by the Vidyalaya at least three times in the academic session. It will be generally after the Term tests and examinations in the month of August, November and March.