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Panchkula Kendra

Won Gold in the Indian National Chemistry Olympiad

Panchkula Bhavanite Rachit Ahuja (Std. 12) brought laurels to the institute by winning the gold medal in INChO 2023-24 (Indian National Chemistry Olympiad). He was selected amongst the top 35 students across the nation and attended the national level ‘Orientation cum Selection’ camp held at the Homi Bhabha Centre for Science Education, Mumbai. Earlier, Rachit made the institution proud by securing 100 percentile in the subject of Chemistry in IIT-JEE mains session 1 exam and also secured 99.86 percentile as an overall JEE mains score.

Amritsar Kendra

Std. 10 Board Exam

Bhavan’s SL Public School students of Std. 10 scored 100 per cent in the board examination. A total of 247 students of Std. 10 appeared in this examination, in which Ayushi Kumari scored 98.2 per cent marks, Hardik bagged 98 per cent, Suhana achieved 97.4 per cent and Pavani Ahuja got 97 per cent marks, and left their indelible impressions on the achievement list of the school. Apart from this, 11 students scored more than 100 per cent marks in Mathematics, Artificial Intelligence and Hindi. Five students got 99 per cent in Punjabi, Science and Social Studies.

Std. 12 Board Exams

Suhaan Malhotra of Bhavan’s SL Public School brought laurels to the school by scoring 98.2% marks in CBSE board exams in Liberal Arts. Yashti and Vedansh achieved 97.4% in the Non-medical stream and Humanities. Paras Dhand and Sargun secured 97% marks in Commerce stream. 2 students got 100% in Chemistry, 20 scored 100% in Painting, 11 in Music and 4 students in Dance, respectively. Students achieved 99% in English, Accountancy, Mathematics and Physical Education. As many as 50 students got more than 90%.

New Delhi Kendra

MMRC 2024

Bhavan’s Mehta Vidyalaya, K. G. Marg, New Delhi, organised the 51st Munshi Memorial Inter-School Recitation and Smt. Lilavati Munshi Memorial Painting Competition on April 26, 2024, attracting participation from 26 schools in Delhi-NCR. The occasion celebrated students’ creativity and cultural enthusiasm, in harmony with the educational ethos. Springdales School bagged the trophy in the Recitation Competition, while Birla Vidya Niketan claimed the trophy in the Painting Competition.

Celebrating Earth Day

A special assembly was conducted to mark Earth Day on April 22, 2024, focusing on instilling environmental awareness in the children. The assembly featured a poignant skit and a heartfelt poem that underscored our responsibility as the stewards and caretakers of the planet. The Eco Club President administered a pledge, followed by an Earth Day rally, sparking enthusiasm for environmental preservation.

Chandigarh Kendra

5th National Championship 2024

Khushi Mahajan of Std. 7, Bhavan Vidyalaya, secured 3rd position in U-14 Inline 1000 mtr Rink Race Category at the 5th National Ranking Amritsar Open Championship 2024 organised by Roller Skating Federation of India from April 24-28, 2024.

Cricket Match

Bhavan Vidyalaya, Chandigarh, organised a friendly match between the Bhavan’s Old Students’ Society (BOSS) and its senior students. The BOSS XI team led by Arsh Bhardwaj, beat Principals XI captained by Ayush Mittal of XIC2, by 7 wickets.  Inaugurating the event, Senior Principal and Director, Mrs. Vineeta Arora was introduced to the team players. Mr. Keshav Garg, President, BOSS, and Mr. Nitish Gupta, Social Media Head, BOSS, attended the event to support their team.

CBSE Class-X Board Results

The school’s long-standing tradition of excellence was yet again upheld by Jahanvi Nayyar and Shreya Lamba who stood first with an impressive score of 98.8%, Gauri and Anshika Kansal secured second position with 98.6%, while third position was jointly bagged by Sabhaysanchi Singh and Gunnar Singla with 98.2%.
The overall result of the school showcased remarkable achievements as 67 out of 199 scored 95% and above, and 123 students secured 90% and above.
Bhavan is delighted to announce the special achievements of Sachchit Kumar Sharma who scored 96.4% marks and is entitled to visit Japan this year, to participate in the SAKURA Science High School Programme.
Pulkit Rastogi, afflicted with Bilateral Profound Sensorineural hearing loss, secured an outstanding 92% and made the school proud.
Adding to the school’s exceptional academic accomplishments, a perfect hundred was achieved by 19 students in Mathematics-Standard, five each in Social Studies and in Sanskrit, and one each in Basic Mathematics and Science.

Sports Achievements

1. Shreya Lamba scored 98.8%. She is a Silver medallist in UT Interschool Tennis State Tournament and Bronze medallist in CBSE North Zone Tennis Tournament.
2. Ananya Sharma scored 96.8%. She is an International Level Fencer and represented India at the Youth Fencing Asian Championship in Kuwait. She has won various medals at the District, Inter-School, State and National Level Tournaments.
3. Dhriti Parashar secured 96.2%. She is a Silver Medallist in UT Interschool Tennis State Tournament.
4. Anish Sharma scored 96%. He is a Silver Medallist in UT Interschool Table Tennis State Tournament.
5. Samkit Jain secured 91.2%. He is a National Level Table Tennis Player and represented Chandigarh in SGFI (School Games Federation of India). He has won various medals in Interschool State Tournaments.
6. Khushi Chhikara scored 90.6%. She is a State Level Fencer and a Gold Medallist in UT Interschool State Tournament.
7. Vaibhav Kashyap secured 89%. He is a Silver Medallist in UT Interschool Table Tennis State Tournament.
8. Harshmeet Singh scored 81%. He is a Silver Medallist in the Chandigarh State Roller Skating Championship.

Outstanding Class XII Results

With an unwavering commitment to excellence, Bhavan Vidyalaya, Chandigarh, has once again upheld its tradition of academic brilliance. The school is proud to announce outstanding results in the CBSE Std. 12 Board Examinations, for the academic year 2023-24, with students securing top ranks and achieving a remarkable 100% pass rate.
School Toppers
1st—Arshpreet Kaur of Commerce Stream emerged school topper with laudable score of 98.8%.
2nd—Anushka of Commerce Stream and Divya Singh of Humanities stood second in the school with 98.6%
3rd—Vardaan Goel of Commerce stream stood third in the school with a score of 98.4%.
Stream Wise Toppers
1. Arshpreet Kaur emerged school topper as well as topper of the Stream with 98.8%. She scored perfect hundreds in Accounts and Maths.
2. Anushka stood second with 98.6%.
3. The third position was bagged by Vardaan Goel who scored 98.4%. He scored a perfect hundred in Business Studies.
1. Divya Singh, who topped the stream with 98.6%, scored a perfect hundred in Sociology.
2. Naaz Ansari and Mishika Rana stood second with 98.2%. Naaz Ansari scored perfect hundreds in Political Science and Psychology, and Mishika Rana scored a perfect hundred in Psychology.
3. The third position was bagged by Sabreen Kaur Shergill and Vanisha with 97.6%. Sabreen Kaur Shergill scored perfect hundreds in Psychology and Sociology, while Vanisha scored a perfect hundred in Psychology.
1. In the Non-Medical stream, Siddhant Agrawal topped with 98%.
2. Aryasiddhant Vedantam stood second with 97.6%.
3. Vedant Saini and Arnav Garg jointly bagged third position with 97.4%. Arnav Garg scored a perfect hundred in Chemistry.
Perfect Hundreds
1. 7 students scored perfect hundreds in Psychology.
2. 6 students scored perfect hundreds in Accountancy.
3. 5 students scored perfect hundreds in Math.
4. 3 students scored perfect hundreds in History.
5. 2 students secured a perfect hundred each in English, Business Studies, Political Science, Sociology.
6. 1 student secured a perfect hundred each in Chemistry, Economics, Hindustani Vocal.
Sports Achievers:
The sports achievements of this outgoing class XII are as follows:
1. Guneet Singh of Commerce Stream scored 98% with a perfect hundred in English. He represented Chandigarh at SGFI Nationals in Table Tennis Chandigarh in SGFI. He also participated in various UT state Inter School Table Tennis Tournaments and won medals.
2. Kritvee Sharma of Humanities scored 96.2%. She is a Bronze medallist in UT Inter School U-19 Rhythmic Gymnastics 2022-23.
3. Aman Garg of Commerce scored 94.8%. He is a National Level Chess Player and represented Chandigarh in U-19 in SGFI Nationals.
4. B. Ujjvala of Science stream scored 82.8%. She is a Bronze medallist in Chandigarh State Basketball Tournament and UT Inter School Basketball Tournament. She also represented Chandigarh in Junior Nationals and SGFI Nationals.
5. Manvi Tomar of Science scored 75.8%. She represented Chandigarh in UTCA and NCA Preparatory Camps in Cricket at Bangalore. She also represented Chandigarh in U-19 in SGFI Nationals.

India's Best Schools Award

Bhavan Vidyalaya, known for its tradition of excellence, has once again been conferred with the prestigious India’s Best Schools Award 2024 by Careers360 for the fourth consecutive year. The school has earned an AAAAA rating under Day School Category, reflecting its exceptional learning outcomes, along with other quantifiable parameters like infrastructure, the strength of the faculty and academic results. Out of the sizeable pool of 9000 schools across India, the school has secured the top position in UT.
Over the years, the school has consistently demonstrated its commitment to innovation in education, embracing modern teaching methodologies and opening new vistas of opportunities jointly for teachers and students. Making its mark, yet again, with the Tri-city toppers from the school, the school continues its legacy of excellence. Winners in various Olympiads and sports events at National and International Level stand testimony to the healthy competition promoted in the school.

ODYSSEY 2024 Cyclothon

The Cycling and Adventure Club of Bhavan Vidyalaya Chandigarh has embarked on its annual Cyclothon, ODYSSEY 2024, traversing the challenging route from Shimla to Kaza, Spiti and Manali. The gruelling 950-km journey will be undertaken by 18 students and 5 teachers in 12 days, starting from May 26 to June 6, 2024, marking the first time they cycle such a strenuous terrain. The event was flagged off by Shri R K Saboo, Chairman of Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan Chandigarh Kendra, marking the beginning of this remarkable endeavour.
This event aims at paying tribute to the brave ITBP soldiers guarding our frozen frontiers. It also intends to instil the values of loyalty, patriotism and discipline in the participants. The initiative seeks to inspire and motivate students to consider a career in the Indian Armed Forces and serve the nation with dedication.
ODYSSEY 2024 marks the sixth expedition organised by the School, continuing their tradition of such successful ventures. The previous cyclothons include routes from Chandigarh to Amritsar (2018), Dandi (2019), Chail and Shimla (2021), Longewala (Jaisalmer) in 2022, and Kathmandu (Nepal) in the last year.

Palettes Unbound

The Art Department of Bhavan Vidyalaya Chandigarh organised a vibrant art workshop, ‘Palettes Unbound’, in the school premises on May 21, 2024, in which about 30 student artists participated exuberantly and showcased their talents through colourful canvases, intricate sketches and various other art works.The workshop was inaugurated by Ms Vineeta Arora, Director cum Sr. Principal of the school. The first-of-its-kind workshop unleashed the students’ creative potential, allowing them to tap into their artistic talents and explore a diverse range of art forms, including modern art, mandala, and sketching. With skilful brushstrokes, the young artists brought their emotions to life on canvas. The most outstanding pieces were chosen to be showcased across the school campus, adding a splash of colour and creativity to the surroundings.

Investiture Ceremony and Annual Prize Distribution

Bhavan Vidyalaya, New Chandigarh, hosted its Investiture Ceremony coupled with the Annual Prize Distribution, showcasing the school’s commitment to nurturing holistic development among its students.
The event was graced by the esteemed presence of Shri Madhukar Malhotra, the distinguished Guest of Honour. The ceremony began on an auspicious note with the lighting of the lamp and ‘Shloka Gayan’, followed by the School Prayer by the dynamic choir group, invoking the blessings of the Almighty.
The Investiture Ceremony saw the student council assuming their roles with solemn pride. The Annual Prize Distribution Ceremony, which infused a sense of exhilaration and anticipation in the gathering, honoured students for their outstanding achievements in academics, sports and co-curricular activities. With great pride, students received certificates and trophies symbolising their dedication and hard work throughout the academic year of 2023-24. The accompanying cultural extravaganza, comprising the ‘Mystique of the Dunes—Kalbelia Dance’ and ‘Wings of Fire—A Motivational Dance’, showcased the rich cultural heritage of India and indomitable spirit of the students. The ceremony reached its crescendo on the vibrant beats of Bhangra, infusing the atmosphere with energy and jubilation.

Agartala Kendra

Rabindra Utsav

Bhavan’s Tripura Vidya Mandir, Bhavanites from Narsingarh Morning Shift, Noon Shift, Kala Kendra and Lake Chowmahani celebrated Rabindra Utsav.

Navi Mumbai Kendra

Pour Painting

Pour Painting is a colourful and exciting, though messy work. Members of the Bhavan’s Children’s Club enjoyed the freedom of painting without a brush and produced lovely pictures. Amita Kini, founder of Suchitra Classes and Art Gallery, conducted the interesting workshop. Parents and kids appreciated and loved the workshop.


World Dance Day Celebrations 2024

The Bhavan, London celebrated International World Dance Day on April 27 and 28, 2024.
The event saw performances by dancers and dance schools from across England. It brought together dancers of all age groups starting from 8–10-years to dancers of a more mature age. There were dancers who had performed previously at The Bhavan as also debutantes.
On the first day, the Mayor of Hammersmith and Fulham, Councillor Patricia Quigley, graced the occasion with her presence. The first day saw performances from Natyakshetra School, Vidya Shyam Vetrivel and team, Arthi’s Kalalayam, Bhadram School of Dance, Samarpana Classical Arts, Dr Priyanka Balachandar and team, Edgware Dance Group over-50s, Ahana Ghosh Sikka Dance Team, Natyasri Dance Company, Ponsita School of Dance, Nikkan Dance Academy, Edinburgh, and Urja Performance Team.
On the second day, Team Annam, Sarjan Nartan Academy, Team Anubhava, Noopur Dutta and Team, Nital Dance, Satyam School of Dance and Music, Kathak, Odissi and Bharatanatyam teams from The Bhavan, Asmitha Keer and Team, and Indradhanush Kids Academy put up performances.

Jaipur Kendra

Spring Workshops

Suruchi Kendra organised Spring Workshops for the age groups 4 years and above in different disciplines. For the first time, very young Balwadi students were involved in theatre activities in the workshop PLAY N ACT. Almost 25 students participated and presented a short skit for their parents on the last day. Nearly 200 students and others participated with great enthusiasm.

Celebrations Galore

BVB Vidyashram, K.M. Munshi Marg, Jaipur celebrates the remarkable journey of Pururaaj Solanki, a cherished alumnus and a proud IIT Mumbai graduate, who has been selected for Indian Administrative Services.
He is a shining example of dedication, passion, devotion and dedication. Pururaj’s achievement inspires peers to reach for stars, to embrace challenges with courage and never lose sight of a dream.
Yashneil Rawat from Class 12 (2023-24) achieved an exceptional feat in the JEE Main 2024 exam by securing a perfect 100 percentile, earning him the esteemed All India Rank 45 and clinching the top spot in Rajasthan as State Rank 1. His humility and thirst for knowledge truly embody the spirit of a Bhavanite.

Nehal Grover, Class 9 and Nakshatra Garg, Class 8, qualified among the Top 100 Science Talents, shortlisted through the National Science Promotion Oriented Test (SPOT) - 2023-24 conducted by the Vikram Sarabhai Science Foundation (VSSF). This achievement is the result of the students’ hard work, passion and eagerness to learn science.

Conversation with an Icon

Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan Vidyashram, K.M. Munshi Marg, Jaipur, organised an event called Spotlight: Conversation with the Icon— Dr. Rajendra Singh, Waterman of India on April 24, 2024 in the school auditorium.
Dr. Singh shared anecdotes from his journey, emphasising the importance of community involvement and indigenous wisdom in tackling water scarcity. He gave invaluable lessons on the importance of preserving nature’s bounty and urged the young minds to become ambassadors of change in their communities. As an environmentalist and water conservationist, Dr. Singh’s work has left an indelible mark on India’s landscape, making him a beacon of inspiration for generations to come.

Competency Based Assessment

Bhavan Vidyashram, K. M. Munshi Marg, Jaipur hosted a two-day Capacity Building Programme on Competency Based Assessment (Secondary Level)— English under the aegis of Centre of Excellence, CBSE on April 24 and 25, 2024. The training programme focused on managing the well-being and mental health of students and bringing about desirable changes in their behaviour.
The programme culminated with the framing of appropriate questions for assessment that stimulate thinking and develop higher order thinking skills, strategies and habits. Most importantly, it improves teaching and learning methods and informs education policy decisions.

Visitors from Germany

A group of 13 students and two teachers from St. Kilian School, Heilbronn, Germany, visited Bhavan Vidyashram, K.M. Munshi Marg, Jaipur from April 10 to 17, 2024 as part of an Indo-German Exchange Programme.
During the visit, the group was introduced to the rich cultural heritage of Rajasthan through various hands-on activities like Mandana Art, Rajasthani Gourmet, Rajasthani Cuisine, Yoga, Indian Music, Dance and Musical Instrument—Tabla.
Students and teachers stayed with the host students and teachers to have a closer look at the Rajasthani tradition and culture. The group visited various archaeological sites viz. Jaigarh Fort, Amber Fort, Albert Hall Museum and Hawa Mahal.
The reciprocal visit of BVB Vidyashram to St. Kilian School, will be organised in October 2024.

Kolkata Kendra

Primary Section

Bhavan’s Gangabux Kanoria Vidyamandir, Kolkata inaugurated a new building in the school premises on April 5, 2024. Classes 4 and 5 will be conducted there from the new academic session (2024-2025). An inaugural Puja ceremony was organised to seek the blessings of the Almighty.

Poila Baisakh Celebration

Bengali New Year or Poila Baishakh marks the beginning of the Bengali calendar year as well as the harvest calendar. On April 12, 2024, the little ones of the Pre-primary wing of Bhavan’s Gangabux Kanoria Vidyamandir, Kolkata welcomed this auspicious occasion with happiness, joy and fervour, and wished for prosperity, health and wealth in the new year. They actively participated in activities like colouring the Mangal Ghat with Amro Pallab (mango leaves), and Kulo with Swastik. The celebration helped the students to understand the importance of the day and to stay in touch with their rich cultural heritage.

Amritsar Kendra

16th Mass Marriage in Bhavan

Bhavan’s SL Public School and Rotary Club Amritsar Midtown organised the 16th mass marriage on April 21, 2024 on its school premises. This joint venture was made possible under the able guidance of Chairman Sh. Avinash Mohindru, Director Principal Dr (Mrs.) Anita Bhalla and Secretary Prof SN Joshi and management committee of Bhavans with the generous cooperation of Rotary Club Amritsar Midtown, teachers, parents and social workers of the city. Twenty-six couples tied the knot. Dr Kunwar Vijay Pratap Singh, IPS (retd) MLA, Rtn Adv Vipan Bhasin, Distt Governor RI Distt 3070, Rtn Rohit Oberoi, nominee Distt Governor (2024-25) RI Dist 3070, Rtn Sh Anil Singhal, District Governor Nominee Designate (2026-27) RI Dist 3070, and Ms Rita Sharma Distt IW Distt 307 graced the occasion as Special Guests.
Gift items worth Rs. 40000 were given by the school and Rotary Club to each couple to start their new life. After that students presented cultural items to enliven the ceremony.




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