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Jorhat Air Force Station
|Operator||Indian Air Force Airports Authority of India|
|Elevation||AMSL 311 ft / 95 m|
The Jorhat Airport (IATA: JRH,ICAO:VEJT) which is also called as Rowriah Airport is situated in the city of Jorhat in the Indian state of Assam. It is considered as the fourth busiest airport in the Assam state after Guwahati( the busiest) , Silchar(second busiest) while Dibrugarh(third Busiest) airport in the country. It has been found that Air India Regional has cancelled all the flights to and from Jorhat wef from 1st January 2013 and has left Jet Konnect which is at present, the only airlines found to be running in and out of Jorhat.
About Kendriya Vidyalaya
The Kendriya Vidyalaya Air Force Station, came into being in 1966 and today it is regarded as one among the elite institutions which cater to the educational needs of a large number of students. It works on the policy of Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan. The Education system in Kendriya Vidyalayas remains focused not merely on the academic activities but it accelerates the overall growth and potential of the students. There is great emphasis being made on the physical as well as the intellectual growth which helps the child for developing his personality. The students here are being trained in such a manner that they should be able to handle the pressure and competition in their future with ease. There is modern and quality education being imparted here in the Kendriya Vidyalaya.
It is located away from the hustle and bustle of the city and has spacious playgrounds, classrooms etc which facilitates the students with their respective needs.
The Air Force School of Jorhat is a co-educational institution having an affiliation with CBSE board upto Secondary and Senior Secondary levels. The School consists of class rooms catering to the needs of students from LKG to XII standard. The medium of instruction here is English. The syllabus followed by the school is prescribed by the CBSE having three languages i.e. English, Sanskrit and Hindi from classes VI - VIII.
According to the CBSE directive, school follows CCE from classes I to X. There are scholaristic as well as non scholaristic areas of children being evaluated on the grounds of the observation of student activities during the school hours. There is a thorough system of assessment of students throughout the session and they are being awarded grades as well as remarks according to their respective performances. The qualities like punctuality, hard work, discipline etc are given first priorities to inculcate them in the students. The school premises becomes useful for the future citizens of the country as it takes care of their basic values.
There is organization of parents teachers meeting being done every now and then so that parents may have interactions with the respective teachers and evaluate the progress of their children from time to time.