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Monday, January 4, 2016



The Hon’ble Prime Minister

Government of India

South Block,New Delhi -110001


Respected Sir,


                Hope this letter finds you well. I am writing this in respect of Jawahar Navodaya  Vidyalayas (JNV) which come under Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti, an autonomous organisation under the Ministry of Human Resource  Development are co-educational schools. JNVs established during 1985 with the aim of providing quality education to talented students, are consistently topping the result among all the CBSE affiliated schools systems in the country for over a decade now.


                This is the only educational institutions where the teachers, who also work as House Masters, remain on duty round the clock in the Vidyalayas which are located mostly   in rural areas. NVS is having around 20,000 employees out of which 12,000 employees have joined prior to 01-



                Organisations like KVS, CTSA,NCERT,NIOS et, who have far better working conditions have been bestowed with GPF-cum-Pension scheme, whereas, the employees of Navodaya Vidyalayas are deprived of the same even though they excel from the most difficult working conditions in the rural areas.

                It is hereby learnt that the 154th and 184th Parliamentary Committee   and also the Review Committee set up by MHRD in 2002, strongly recommended grant of GPF-cum-Pension Scheme to the employees of NVS.


I would earnestly urge upon you to kindly consider proving GPF-cum-Pension Scheme to those employees of Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti who joined prior to 01-01-2004, which is their long outstanding genuine demand.


With kind regards,


                                                                                                                                         Yours sincerely,

                                                                                                                                (  NAME OF MP IN CAPITALS  )                                                                             


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