Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya Saharanpur

(Ministry of HRD,Dept Of Education,Government of India)

CBSE Affiliation Number:2140049 , School Code-54054

Current Time :

 :  25-03-2019

About Vidyalaya


JNV Saharanpur is situated on Badgaon road, 03 Km from Ambehtachand. It is located in a sprawling campus of about 36 acres area. Saharanpur is a city and a Municipal Corporation in the state of Uttar Pradesh in northern India. Situated close to the borders of Haryana and Uttarakhand states, and close to the foothills of Shivalik range, it lies in the northern part of the Doab region. It is primarily an agricultural area. The city is surrounded by a fertile agricultural region that produces plentiful grains and fruits. Saharanpur is known for its wood carving cottage industry as well as a thriving market for local agricultural produce, including basmati rice and mangoes. A variety of industrial enterprises are located here including textiles, sugar, paper and cigarette factories. Bordering the states of Haryana and Uttarakhand, the district headquarters are Saharanpur city and it belongs to Saharanpur Division. Other principal towns are BehatDeobandGangoh and Rampur Maniharan.


Year of Establishment


Complete address of the Vidyalaya with Pin code.

Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya, Mirzapur, Ambehatachand, Saharanpur 247451

Telegraphic Address


Telephone No., Fax No. With STD code


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Name of the Principal.


Name of the Vice Principal.


Name of the Senior Teacher.

Sh.J.P. Balodi, PGT (Chemistry)  

Name of the chairman, VMC with complete postal address with Pin code Telephone No., Fax No.,  E-mail address.



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Name of District Head Quarter & its distance from Vidyalaya.

Saharanpur (U.P.) 28 Kms.

Climate condition of the District.


Name of the nearest Railway station and its distance from the Vidyalaya.

Rampur Maniharan 10 Kms.

Name of the nearest Bus stand and its distance from the Vidyalaya.

Ambehtachand 03 Kms.

Name of the nearest Airport and its distance from the Vidyalaya.

Deharadun (Uttarakhand)118 Kms

Name of the nearest Police station and its distance from the Vidyalaya with Telephone No.

Badgaon, 08 Kms.

Name of the nearest hospital and its distance from the Vidyalaya with Telephone No.

CHC, Rampur Maniharan

Mode of Transport facility available to reach the Vidayalaya and its frequency.

By Bus

Name of the nearest JNV and its distance from the Vidyalaya.

Muzffarnagar 54 Kms.


From Regional Office Lucknow:

Distance (In Kms)

By Rail

518 kms 25 direct train(s) from Lucknow to Saharanpur. These train(s) is/are Begampura Exp (12237), Archana Express (12355), Himgiri Express (12331), LKO CDG Express (12231), Jalianwala B Ex (18103) etc. The minimum time a train takes to reach Saharanpur from Lucknow is 7h 50m. The cheapest way to reach Saharanpur from Lucknow takes you 7h 55m, which is to take Begampura Exp from Lucknow to Saharanpur.

By Road

545 kms

By Air

480 kms The fastest way to reach Saharanpur from Lucknow takes you 3h 24m, which is to take Air India from Lucknow to Dehradun then take a taxi/Bus from Dehradun to Saharanpur.

From NVS (HQrs.) Delhi


By Rail

187 kms 12 direct train(s) from Saharanpur New Delhi to. These train(s) is/are Dehradun Shtbdi (12017), Ndls Juc Expres (14681), Chattisgarh Exp (18237), Shalimar Exp (14645), Goldentemple Ml (12903) etc. The minimum time a train takes to reach Saharanpur from New Delhi is 3h 00m. The cheapest way to reach Saharanpur from New Delhi takes you 5h 55m, which is to take DDN Janshatabdi from New Delhi to Roorkee then take Jammu Tawi Exp from Roorkee to Saharanpur. The fastest way to reach Saharanpur from New Delhi takes you 3h 00m, which is to take Dehradun Shtbdi from New Delhi to Saharanpur.

By Road

166 kms

By Air


Geography & Demographics of Saharanpur:

Saharanpur is located at 29.97°N 77.55°E,Falling Rain Genomics, Inc – Saharanpur about 140 kilometres (87 mi) south-southeast of Chandigarh, 170 kilometres (110 mi) north-northeast of Delhi, and about 68 kilometres (42 mi) south-west of Dehradun. It has an average elevation of 269 metres (883 ft). Saharanpur is a part of a geographicaldoab region.

According to the 2011 census the Saharanpur district had a population of 3,464,228, roughly equal to the nation of Panama or the US state of Connecticut. This gives it a ranking of 92nd in India (out of a total of 640). The district has a population density of 939 inhabitants per square kilometre (2,430 /sq mi). Its population growth rate over the decade 2001-2011 was 19.59%. Saharanpur has a sex ratio of 887 females for every 1000 males, and a literacy rate of 77.94 per cent.


Saharanpur is similar to other cities in western Uttar Pradesh in language, dress, culinary habits, festivals, and other traditions and ceremonial functions. Cinemas, hotels, and eateries are available for entertainment. Local editions of Punjabi,Hindi,Urdu and English newspapers are published. Khadiboli is the lingua franca in which local punjabispeakers are fluent. Kurta and pyjama are traditional men's garments. Women wear a Patiala Suit and Salwar-kurti, that originates from the Punjab as majority of Punjabis live in Saharanpur. Ragni is a traditional method of storytelling in the form of a poem.

Places of interest:

The Saharanpur Botanical Gardens, known as the Company Garden and once the preserve of the British East India Company, is one of the oldest existing gardens in India, dating ...............to 1750. Then named Farahat-Bakhsh, it was originally a pleasure ground set out by a local chief, Intazam ud-ullah. In 1817, it was acquired by the British East India Company and placed under the authority of the District Surgeon. Joseph Dalton Hooker says of this Botanical Garden that "Amongst its greatest triumphs may be considered the introduction of the tea-plant from China, a fact I allude to, as many of my English readers may not be aware that the establishment of the tea-trade in the Himalaya and Assam is almost entirely the work of the superintendents of the gardens of Calcutta and Saharanpur. In 1887, when the Botanical Survey of India was set up to reform the country's botanical sciences, Saharanpur became the centre for the survey of the northern Indian flora. The Garden is seen historically as being second only to the Calcutta Gardens for its contribution to science and economy in India. Under private auspices today, it is full of greenery and has many different kinds of plants and flowers.

Other places of interest are Ambedkar Memorial, founded by the.........Chief Minister Mayawati, and the sprawling wood carvings market, which starts from near Ambala Road and extends up to Chilkana Road. Here, examples of the art of this city are displayed, sold, and exported all over the world.



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Saharanpur has a monsoon influenced sub-tropical climate due to the proximity of the Himalayan region to this Northern district. It is sub humid region, especially in the upper Ganga plain areas. Saharanpur records an average annual temperature of around 23.3-degrees. June is the hottest recorded month while January is the coldest. Humidity is higher in the western area compared to the eastern region of Saharanpur.


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