As long as a student remains in Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya (JNV) they enjoy every facility at par with their peers in private and convent schools but once a student leaves JNV after 10th or 12th class then the real struggle starts for them. The Navodaya students who were bright and brilliant in their field in JNV, loses their talent in absence of a platform to guide and to support them, and being from rural and economically poor background it becomes their greatest agony after leaving JNV. This was not only the pain of talented and grieving hearts of initial batches who were admitted in JNV in mid 1980s or early 1990s and who were lost in time due to infancy stage of Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalayas and in absence of proper/ clear guidelines and schemes of government to support the talent on whom they invested huge funds for continuous seven years but fail to support and recognize them when time was about to ripe to enjoy the delicious fruit of seven years of investment, but unfortunately, same agony was continuing with the alumni and students of new millennium JNVs in spite of 34 years of inception of first JNVs. Thus, as a token of efforts and respect, just to repay small fraction of what they received during those seven golden years of their stay in various JNVs, alumni of various JNVs staying in Delhi- NCR started JNV Foundation with a vision that “no student of JNVs should bear the pain and should face the agony what we have gone through in past three decades and no talent of JNVs should go waste in absence of resources, guidance or recognition.”