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CHINH MEDIA CLUB students film-HAUNTED TREE nominated in Anim!Arte - International Student Animation Festival of Brazil

We are pleased to inform you that the film HAUNTED TREE made by CHINH MEDIA CLUB students of BHATNAGAR INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL has been nominated in 

Anim!Arte - International Student Animation Festival of Brazil
 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=csN6H52dh3g

 

Congratulations to all!

  • Posted Date : 05 Sep 2019

DDA INTER SCHOOL TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIP 2019 -20

The 2nd Edition of the DDA – TEAM Tennis Inter school tennis championship 2019 – 20 was held at DDA Siri Fort Sports Complex, New Delhi from the 20thto 24th August 2019.

The Interschool championship saw an overwhelming response with 40 schools participating in junior, middle and senior categories. Students of classes 3rd to 12th took part in the championship. There were 6 categories of events for boys and girls. With intense competition among school teams over the past 1 week, it was heartening to see the players compete in their respective categories to win the cup for their school. More than 450 players participated and the winners were awarded for their hard work.

The prize distribution took place on 24th August 2019. Commissioner Sports DDA Mr. D Sarkar was the guest of honor and gave away the prizes to all the awardees. The winners, runners-up and II runners -up of the event received trophies, medals, certificates. The gifts were given by Adidas.

Congratulations to the Bhatnagar International School students who performed very well in the Middle School Girls Category. 

-       MIDDLE SCHOOL GIRLS EVENT

         Players Name     : Sneh VII-C, Shubhi VI-B, Bhuvika VI-B, Navya VII-A.- – IInd Runner – up 

ADVISORY FOR STUDENTS AGAINST DENGUE /MALARIA

ADVISORY FOR STUDENTS AGAINST DENGUE /MALARIA

  • The parents are advised to send the children to school with their arms and legs covered to prevent malaria, dengue etc.

 

  •  During the month of August and September, the students are allowed to wear :–

 

  • White full sleeved shirts with the school logo.

 

  • Grey /Black / White Trousers

 

  • Posted Date : 14 Aug 2019

Congratulations to Class X AISSE-2018-19 Toppers

Bhatnagar International School Students Excel in Class X CBSE 2019

 

The students of Bhatnagar International School, Vasant Kunj have shown an outstanding performance in the CBSE class X examination for the session 2018-19. Congratulations..!

 

The school toppers are:

Position

Name

Aggregate

I

RITWIK MITRA

95.8%

II

DIYA ARORA

95.4%

III

ARUNIMA NEGI

93.6%

Congratulations to Class XII AISSCE-2018-19 Toppers

 

Bhatnagar International School Students Excel in Class XII CBSE 2019

The students of Bhatnagar International School, Vasant Kunj have shown an outstanding performance in the CBSE class XII examination for the session 2018-19.

 

The school toppers are:

  1. Tavishi Girotra – 96% of Science stream
  2. Ishika Bagla - 93.6% of Commerce stream
  3. Hansika Sharma – 94.8% of Humanities stream

 

It is noteworthy that a large number of students secured 90% and above in total aggregate, with full marks obtained in subjects like Biotechnology and Computer Science.

 

The school has yet again proved its academic excellence and proficiency with its praiseworthy result. The stupendous scores reflect the diligence and assiduity of the students and committed efforts of the school’s faculty.

 

 

 

 

 

The Literacy Project - Times of India (School Buzz)

LAURELS FOR BHATNAGAR INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL IN LITERACY - Media Coverage in TOI School Buzz

  • Posted Date : 02 May 2019

The school won the Sufia Ajmali Trophy for teaching 6826 learners, the highest amongst all the 120 participating schools of Delhi for the seventh consecutive year.

The school won the Sufia Ajmali Trophy for teaching 6826 learners, the highest amongst all the 120 participating schools of Delhi for the seventh consecutive year. Congratulations..

  • Posted Date : 26 Apr 2019

CIRCULAR FOR PARENTS OF ALL PRIVATE VAN USERS

CIRCULAR FOR PARENTS OF ALL PRIVATE VAN USERS

 

Dear Parent

We have been sharing our concern repeatedly about safe transportation for all children to and from home to school. The same was stated in the last circular sent on 18th August 2018 asking for the undertaking cum declaration for the same.

Please note that there is strict order by the Hon’ble Supreme Court for the private cabs being used to ferry students of their schools, especially in cases where such private vans/cabs (hired by parents) are to mandatorily follow the guidelines mentioned below. School authorities shall check these vans for compliance of the same and in case of non compliance, the same shall be reported to the concerned authorities.

 

1. Ensure the van/cab is registered with Transport Department under the School Cab Scheme of the Private Motor Registration Act.

2. To ensure safety of children, the vehicle registered under the scheme should be equipped with safety features including speed governors, GPRS devices, Fire Extinguisher and a First Aid Box.

3. The dropping time for children using private cabs is not earlier than 15 minutes before school starts.

4. Parents should provide private bus/ van/ cab driver’s verification to School if not submitted already.

5. Parents should ensure that there is a lady attendant/mother-volunteer always present in the van.

6.  That the maximum number of children in the van is limited as per norms based on type of vehicle.

7. There must be no use of illegal/over loaded vehicles for transporting of their school going children.

8. Parents to give prior intimation to the school regarding any change of driver / vehicle .

9. In case of all vehicles hired by parents, the drivers’ character and antecedent verification is to be provided to the school by the parents.

 

It has also been observed that, as per the convenience of the van drivers, the children are dropped off outside the School gate well before time in the morning as well as at an undue distance from the gate.

Parents are advised to monitor the drivers deployed personally, to ensure the safety of the children.

These guidelines have been shared with you as per the safety norms issued by the Transport Department and the Directorate of Education.

 

 

 

Principal