JNVC Udupi Snaps

Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya or JNV are a nationwide network of residential schools run by Govt of India. I studied in one such school, located in Udupi District of Karnataka and this post contains some photos I took during my last visit to the institute.



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This is not the first time I visited JNVC after leaving it in 2001. I had been to there many times. But during December last week, it was the first time I went there with a camera and also stayed there overnight.

Vidyalalya has progressed a lot in past few years and Given above are some snaps of the institute,staff and students of JNVC,Nature and Seeta river that flows nearby etc.

The photos were taken using Olympus FE 170. For a video review of Olympus FE 170 click here

Hope you'll like them. Though I was a bit lazy to give captions to all...

JNVC is hosting alumni day on Jan 27 2007. If you're a JNVC alumni consider attending the same.

JNVC Alumni website: www.jnvalumni.com

6 comments:

  1. Well, Now I feel homesick, nostalgic and sad and happy at the same time!! :-(

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  2. Hi Bro, The pics are really cool.. Nice collection man..

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  3. Thanks for the snaps.. These photos reminded me of Navodaya. Felt good to see all the staff- Sush ma'am, Murlianna, Nageshanna, Krishnanna, Enk-Naik sir, Kuldeep sir (New Hindi PGT from Rajasthan. He used to teach our batch students), PT sir, Ramesh Nayak sir and the Pincha (pincha was the nick name given to the princis. Don't know if the name "pincha" was in use when you were studying in Navodaya). And the snaps of Dining hall, Seetha-nadhi and the dormitories momentarily took me back to JNVC. Thanks for posting.

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  4. Thank you so much for the snaps.. Really a great job...pls keep uploading such pics.

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