(I S Thapa) Colonel
Principal (JIM & WS)
Mobile:
: 9906967821 (Med Officer)
: 9906967830 (Training Clerk)
: 9906967831 (OIC Sub centre, Sanasar)
: 8803164516 (OIC Sub centre, Bhaderwah)
: 9797602157 (OIC Sub centre, Sonamarg)
: 01936-243129 (TELE / FAX)
Web Site: www.jawaharinstitutepahalgam.com
Email: principal@jawaharinstitutepahalgam.com

https://www.jawaharinstitutepahalgam.com/pdf/CP2019-20.pdf

JAWAHAR INSTITUTE OF MOUNTAINEERING & WINTER SPORTS
JAWAHAR INSTITUTE OF MOUNTAINEERING & WINTER SPORTS
NUNWAN, PAHALGAM

 

 

ADVENTURE COURSES
Serial
No.
Course Duration From To No. of
vacancies
Venue Vacancy
status
82 Adventure Course 15 days 05 Apr 20 Apr 2019 50 Pahalgam Available
83 Adventure Course 15 days 05 Apr 20 Apr 2019 50 Sanasar Available
84 Adventure Course 15 days 22 Apr 06 May 2019 50 Pahalgam Available
85 Adventure Course 15 days 09 May 23 May 2019 50 Sanasar Available
86 Adventure Course 15 days 25 May 08 Jun 2019 50 Sanasar Available
SKIING COURSES
Serial
No.
Course Duration From To No. of
vacancies
Venue Vacancy
status
44 Basic Skiing 14 days 03 Jan 16 Jan 2020 60 Aru Available
45 Basic Skiing 14 days 20 Jan 02 Feb 2020 60 Aru Available
46 Basic Skiing 14 days 05 Feb 18 Feb 2020 60 Aru Available
13 Intermediate Skiing 14 days 05 Feb 18 Feb 2020 60 Aru Available
14 Advance Skiing 14 days 21 Feb 06 Mar 2020 60 Aru Available

Special Adventure /Skiing (05/06/07/08/09/10days)
Special Adventure Courses & Special Skiing Courses will be conducted on request, keeping other training
commitments of the Institute in view. The rate will be Rs 550/- per day per student for Special Adventure
and Rs.1000/- per day per student for Special Skiing Course. The course can be conducted at Pahalgam,
Sanasar, Bhaderwah and Leh. The skiing course dates are subject to change, keeping in view the weather and
snow conditions. Charges for Special Mountain Courses at Leh will be different as in Pahalgam, Sanasar &
Bhaderwah.
Course Fee
1. The fee structure for various courses for Indian and foreign students are as given below:-
2. The Institute provides food, accommodation, equipment, and first aid during the course in the above
mentioned fee structure. No escort is permitted with individual trainees, but escort is only permitted for
Special Mountain Courses for registered schools only.
Deduction of Course fees
3. (a) Cancellation of seat 03 months before the course – 15%
(b) Cancellation of seat 02 months before the course – 25%
(c) Cancellation of seat 01 month before the course – 50%
How to apply [
4. Application and m edical forms are available on our w ebsite www.jawaharinstitutepahalgam.com for
admission in any course in the Institute. Pay the applicable fee and attach the receipt of the fee with application and
medical form and send us through speed post only.
5. The Institute will provide mountaineering equipment and all specialized clothing required during the course.
The students are however, required to bring the following:-
(a) One or two changes of personal clothing.
(b) Toilet requisites.
(c) Sport shoes.
(d) Goggles
(e) Woolen Socks
(f) Woolen gloves & cap
(g) Camera, Sun screen lotion / lip guard
(h) Post paid SIM card connection.
(j) Thermals under garments
(k) Wind & water proof jacket
S No. Course Indian Students Foreign
students
For students of
J&K
For Students of other states
1 Basic Mountaineering Course 7600/- 14,000/- US $ 800
Advance Mountaineering Course 7600/- 14,000/-
2 Method of Instruction 7600/- 14,000/- US $ 800
3 Adventure Course 4100/- 7600/- US $ 400
4 Basic/Intermediate/ Advance
Skiing Course (each)
7500/- 7500/- for b elow 21 years
and Rs.10,100/- for above
21 years
US $
1000
5 Special Mountain Adventure
Course
550/- per day 550/- per day –
6 Special Skiing Course 1000/- per day 1000/- per days –
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Foreign Students
6. The foreign Students are requested to submit the following details for Government clearance:-
(a) Name in block letters.
(b) Father’s name.
(c) Date of birth.
(d) Permanent address.
(e) Passport number & visa details.
How to reach
ROUTE ACCESSIBILITY
7.
JIM & WS, Headquarter Pahalgam
Nearest Railway Station : Jammu
Distance from Railway Station Jammu by Road : 255 kms
Nearest Air port : Srinagar
Distance from Srinagar Air Port : 110 kms
* Regular bus / taxi services at affordable rates are available from Jammu railway station & Srinagar Airport.
JIM & WS, Sub Centre Sanasar (Patnitop)
Nearest Railway Station : Jammu
Distance from Railway Station Jammu by Road : 130 kms
Nearest Air port : Jammu
Distance from Jammu Air Port : 130 kms
* Regular bus / taxi services at affordable rates are available from Jammu railway station & Airport.
JIM & WS, Sub Centre Bhaderwah (Doda)
Nearest Railway Station : Jammu
Distance from Railway Station Jammu by Road : 200 kms
Nearest Air port : Jammu
Distance from Jammu Air Port : 200 kms
* Regular bus / taxi services at affordable rates are available from Jammu railway station & Airport.
JIM & WS, Sub Centre Shey (Leh)
Nearest Railway Station : Jammu
Distance from Railway Station Jammu by Road : 700 kms
Distance from Manali (HP) : 479 kms
Nearest Air port : Leh
Distance from Leh Air Port : 10 kms
* Regular bus / taxi services at affordable rates are available from Jammu railway station & Leh Airport.
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JIM & WS, Adhoc Sub Centre Sonamarg
Nearest Railway Station : Jammu
Distance from Railway Station Jammu by Road : 350 kms
Nearest Air port : Srinagar
Distance from Srinagar Air Port : 95 kms
* Regular bus / taxi services at affordable rates are available from Jammu railway station & Srinagar Airport.
Administrative Details
8. The administrative details are given in succeeding paragraphs:-
(a) Fee is payable in advance, along wi th duly filled application for ms. Adventure sports activities are
prone to physical injuries. Student s participating in the se activities should be awar e of the ris ks
involved and accepted the same. Participation is on voluntary basis.
(b) Students would be relieved on last da y of the course after breakfast. In order to make return journey
comfortable, students are advised to have the reservation done in advance.
(c) Medium of instructions for training would be Hindi and English.
(d) All queries regarding the courses / administrative details are to be addressed to the Principal, Medical
officer and training clerk only.
Climatic condition
Pahalgam
(a) Pahalgam has a cool and pleasant climate in summers and very cold climate in winters and the
best season for adventure is from April to October.
(b) Winters (November to March) are chilly and snow bound. The minimum mercury level goes
below sub zero levels and the region m ostly covers receives fresh snowfall. The views of the landscape are
excellent with snow covered hilly terrains.
(c) Summers (March to June) are warm and pleasant. The temperature in this hilly region ranges
between 11°C and 25°C. Intermittent showers are seen during this period. There is no snowfall but snow can
be found on high altitudes.
(d) Monsoons (July to September) are very scanty. The region becomes highly humid during this
period.
Sanasar
(a) Sanasar has a cool and pleasant climate in summers and very cold climate in winters and the
best season for adventure is from Apr to Oct.
(b) Winters (October to March) are chilly and snow bound. The minimum mercury level goes
below sub zero levels and the region m ostly covers receives fresh snowfall. The views of the landscape are
excellent with snow covered hilly terrains.
(c) Summers (March to June) are warm and pleasant. The temperature in this hilly region ranges
between 15°C and 30°C. Intermittent showers are seen during this period. There is no snowfall but snow can
be found on high altitudes.
(d) Monsoons (July to September) are very scanty. The region becomes highly humid during this
period.
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Bhaderwah
(a) Bhaderwah has a cold and pleasant climate in summers and very cold climate in winters and the
best season for adventure is from Apr to October.
(b) Winters (November to March) are chilly and snow bound. The minimum mercury level goes
below sub zero levels and the region m ostly covers receives fresh snowfall. The views of the landscape are
excellent with snow covered hilly terrains.
(c) Summers (March to June) are warm and pleasant. The temperature in this hilly region ranges
between 15°C and 30°C. Intermittent showers are seen during this period. There is no snowfall but snow can
be found on high altitudes.
Leh (Ladakh)
(a) Leh (Ladakh) has a hot and dry climate in summers and very cold climate in winters and the
best season for adventure is from May to September.
(b) Winters (October to April) are chilly and snow bound. The minimum mercury level goes
below sub zero levels and the region mostly covers receives fresh snowfall.
(b) Summers (March to June) are very hot and dry. The temperature in this hilly region ranges
between 25°C and 40°C. No showers are seen during this period. Th ere is no snowfall but snow can be
found on high altitudes on the peaks.
Sonamarg
(a) Sonamarg has a cool and pleasant climate in summers and very cold climate in winters and the
best season for adventure is from Jun to October.
(b) Winters (November to March) are chilly and snow bound. The minimum mercury level goes
below sub zero levels and the region m ostly covers receives fresh snowfall. The views of the landscape are
excellent with snow covered hilly terrains.
(c) Summers (Apr to October) are warm and pleasant. The temperature in this hilly region ranges
between 11°C and 25°C. Intermittent showers are seen during this period. There is no snowfall but snow can
be found on high altitudes.
-Sd-
(I S Thapa) Colonel
Principal (JIM & WS)
Mobile:
: 9906967821 (Med Officer)
: 9906967830 (Training Clerk)
: 9906967831 (OIC Sub centre, Sanasar)
: 8803164516 (OIC Sub centre, Bhaderwah)
: 9797602157 (OIC Sub centre, Sonamarg)
: 01936-243129 (TELE / FAX)
Web Site: www.jawaharinstitutepahalgam.com
Email: principal@jawaharinstitutepahalgam.com

 

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