Thursday, February 20, 2014

Districts without Kendriya Vidyalayas

GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
MINISTRY OF HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT
LOK SABHA
UNSTARRED QUESTION NO 3438
ANSWERED ON 12.02.2014
DISTRICTS WITHOUT KENDRIYA VIDYALAYAS
3438 . Shri ASHOK KUMAR RAWAT/ C. RAJENDRAN/ O. S. MANIAN

Will the Minister of HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT be pleased to state:-

(a) the name of districts in the country where Kendriya Vidyalayas (KVs) have not been opened; 

(b) whether the Government proposes to open KVs in each of these districts

(c) if so, the time by which the KVs are likely to be opened; and 

(d) if not, the reasons therefor?

ANSWER

MINISTER OF STATE IN THE MINISTRY OF HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT (DR. SHASHI THAROOR)



(a) to (d) The Kendriya Vidyalayas (KVs) are opened to cater to the educational needs of the children of transferable Central Government employees including personnel from Defence, Para-Military and Central Government Public Sector undertakings. As such, these are not district specific. A district with a large concentration of Central Government employees can have more than one KV whereas districts without an adequate strength of such employees would not have a single KV. At present there are 182 such districts in the country, as per the details given in Annexure-I that do not have any KV.

STATE/UT
Sl. No
NAME OF DISTRICT
STATE/UT
Sl. No
NAME OF DISTRICT
GUJARAT
1.      
Amreli
TAMIL NADU
48.    
Theni
2.      
Kheda
49.    
Vellore
3.      
Narmada
50.    
Viluppuram      
4.      
Navsari
51.    
Ariyalur
5.      
Patan
52.    
Thiruppur
6.      
Valsad            
PUDUCHERRY
53.    
Yanam
7.      
Dangs            
MEGHALAYA
54.    
South Garo Hills
8.      
Tapi
55.    
East Garo Hills 
DAMAN & DIU
9.      
Daman
56.    
North Garo Hills
KARNATAKA
10.    
Bangalore Rural
57.    
South-West Garo Hills
11.    
Chitradurga
58.    
West Jaintia Hills
12.    
Chamarajnagar
59.    
East Jaintia Hills
13.    
Gadag
60.    
West Khasi Hills
14.    
Haveri
61.    
South-West Khasi Hills
15.    
Mandya
ASSAM
62.    
Nalbari              
16.    
Udupi
63.    
Chirang
17.    
Ramanagara
ARUNACHAL PRADESH
64.    
East Kameng
18.    
Chikkaballapur
65.    
Kurung Kumey
19.    
Yadgir
66.    
Lower Subansiri
Madhya Pradesh
20.    
Alirajpur
67.    
Upper Dibong Valley
JHARKHAND
21.    
Chatra
68.    
Upper Subansiri
22.    
Dumka            
69.    
Anjaw
23.    
Giridih               
70.    
Longding
24.    
Koderma
Andhra Pradesh
71.    
Nizamabad
25.    
Lohardaga         
CHHATISGARH
72.    
Janjgir Champa
26.    
Saraikela Kharsawan    
73.    
Kabirdham (Kawardha)
27.    
Palamu           
74.    
Narayanpur
28.    
Khunti
75.    
Bijapur
PUNJAB
29.    
Mansa
76.    
Sukuma
30.    
Moga
77.    
Kondagaon
31.    
Muktsar
78.    
Balod
32.    
Nawanshahr
79.    
Bemetara
33.    
Roopnagar
80.    
Baloda Bazar
Himachal Pradesh
34.    
Sirmaur
81.    
Gariaband
HARYANA
35.    
Fatehabad
82.    
Mungeli
36.    
Jind
83.    
Surajpur
37.    
Kaithal
84.    
Balrampur
38.    
Kurukshetra
RAJASTHAN
85.    
Bundi
39.    
Mewat
86.    
Dausa
40.    
Yamuna Nagar
87.    
Dholpur
TAMIL NADU


41.    
Erode
88.    
Hanumangarh
42.    
Karur
89.    
Jalore
43.    
Krishnagiri
90.    
Nagaur
44.    
Nagapattinam
91.    
Pali
45.    
Namakkal
92.    
Pratapgarh
46.    
Pudhukottai
J & K
93.    
Poonch
47.    
Salem
94.    
Ramban

Source Annexure: http://164.100.47.132/Annexture/lsq15/15/au3438.htm

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