Date Sheet ,Preboard,Syllabus, practical schedule etc in Student login Instead of 31/1/18 the PTI for class X will now be held on 3/2/18 from 9 to 10:30 am.Outing for class X on 31/1/18. Students to be with Id-cards and in school T-shirt & jackets. Off for those students who are not going.Heritage walk for class IX on 30/1/18. Students to be in uniform with Id-cards. Regular school hours.Class X. Optional but recommended, practise tests on full syllabus will be held from 6-13 Feb. Date sheet on website.Class X. National Achievement Survey on 5/2/18. Attendance of your ward mandatory.Heritage walk for class VI on 29/1/18. Students to be in uniform with Id-cards. Regular school hours..BVN cordially invites parents and students of class XIIIn view of class XII Citation Ceremony on Mon. 22/1/18, class XI will have an off.Classes X, XII. Due to unavoidable reasons tomorrow's exam will be from 10:15am to 1:30 pm. Students may use regular transport while going back. Many thanks for your cooperation as always.Revise Periodic Assessment III,IV & V and   Syllabus III,IV & V  under students loginClass 9,10. In case your ward was absent in 1st/2nd Unit test, it is mandatory for him to appear in the 3rd UT starting from 27/11/17 as per CBSE guidelines.Classes X, XII. CBSE registration dataCorrigendum. VI-X. Sat. 18/11/17 (not 28/11/17) will be a regular working day with Thursday's Time Table. Buses will ply as usual.In view of the Govt. guidelines due to poor quality of air, the Jr. Sch. Annual Day is postponed to Sunday, 3rd Dec. 2017For classes III to XII : The NSO Exam will now be held on 23/11/17.Nursery to XII: In view of govt. guidelines and poor quality of air the school will remain closed on 9th and 10th Nov. 2017.VI-VIII. UT 3 will be held as an activity on notified syllabus between 13th-30th Nov.Class X. Kindly send Rs 750 tomorrow for CBSE registration of your ward.Classes IX, XI. Attendance mandatory on 2/11/2017 to sign the CBSE registration data.Class XII. Intense teaching is happening at school. Kindly ensure your ward's presence to school.Student ID cardClasses VII, VIII. PTIClasses VI, IX, XI. PTINursery to XII: On account of Chhath Pooja the school will remain closed on 26/10/17.Classes VI-X. Term I resultFor Class XII: Kindly attend PTI-9/10/17Class X. PTI for your ward on Fri. 6/10/17 from 2.15 to 3.30 pm.XI, XII. Parents of non- school transport users allowing their wards to leave school on their own at 1:40 pm to send written consent for the same. Else they will be leaving school at 1:55 pm.VI-X. All students NOT using the school transport to leave school at 1:55 pm. Vans from gates 3 & 4. Parents from gates 1 & 2.Parents who drop their wards at Gate No5 of the school by their own vehiclesClasses 1 to 5: For Own Transport Escorts OTHER THAN PARENTS (parent authorized relatives, maids, personal or van drivers). Entry through ONLY Gate No. 4 will be permitted at 1:55 pm w.e.f 03.10.2017. VP Classes 1 to 5: For Own Transport PARENT ESCORTS . Entry through ONLY Gate No. 5 will be permitted at 1:30 pm w.e.f 03.10.2017. VPVI-XII. Students will not be allowed to go out of school without their identity cards. Principal-BVNClasses VI-XII. Students who do NOT use school bus and go back home on their own/with any escort other than parents will leave school from gates 3 or 4 ONLY at 1:55pm. w.e.f. 3/10/17.Classes VI-XII. Parents who pick up their wards from school to do so from gates 1 & 2 at 1:35 pm w.e.f. 3/10/17.Own Transport- Parents/StudentsClass 11 B D E H to attend ASL Speaking skills on 8/9/17For Vi-xi: Just a reminder. In view of exams morning sports coaching will remain suspended during September '17.Classes Nursery to IV: School will remain closed for classes Nursery to IV on Tuesday, 05-09-2017 on account of Teachers’ Day. VPClass V: On account of Teachers’ Day on Tuesday, 05-09-2017, the school will get over at 10:45 a.m. Buses will leave at 11:00am. VPClasses X-XII: In view of the Teachers' day on tue.5/9/17, the school will get over at 10:45 am. Buses will leave at 11 am.VI to IX: In view of the Teachers' day on tue. 5/9/17, your ward will have a holiday.For Classes X, XI, XII: Dear parents, Kindly attend International Education Fair in school on Fri. 1/9/17 from 11am to 1pm.Vi-XII : after school extra classesClass X G : Maths Practice test for 'Intro. & Applications of Trigonometry'....Class X : Maths Practice test for 'Intro. & Applications of Trigonometry' ......For XI A,C  and  XII A,B,C,D,E,FProcedure for Student login !Message for VI-XII (Posted on 2-8-2017)Private vans userHalf Yearly Exams Vi-X & Terminal -1 Syllabus for classes XI & XII under student loginClasses VI-XII. (UT-1,UT-2 )syllabus posted TRANSPORTChildren reaching school on their own

International Ethos

International Ethos


Birla Vidya Niketan aims to promote International friendship, educational collaborations and build cultural bridges globally.

Imbibing the spirit of internationalism as a core competency, the school offers Spanish, German and French languages as part of the curriculum from VI to X.

Vibrant International Educational School Exchange Programmes and International Visits are conducted for students and teachers to give the students firsthand experience and international exposure.

  • Date : 07-Oct-2017
  • Posted By : Birla Vidya Niketan School

Asian Youth Development & Network building Programme


Prateek Pankaj and Ashmita Nandi of Birla Vidya Niketan represented India during 'Asian Youth Development & Network building Programme' held at Okinawa, Japan from 5th Aug. to 19th Aug'17. Students from 12 South-East Asian countries participated in this programme on 100% scholarship by the govt.  of Japan. The most important takeaways were virtues of leadership and teamwork along with cultural and historical enrichment.

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  • Date : 26-Sep-2017
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Hello Japan

The Japan Exchange and Teaching (JET) Programme is an opportunity for young college graduates to assist with international exchange and foreign language education throughout Japan as either Assistant Language Teachers (ALTs) or Coordinators for International Relations (CIRs).

is a project advanced by the Japanese government from the standpoint of providing a sound foundation for strong solidarity within Asia through large-scale youth exchange. 

The Japan-East Asia Network of Exchange for Students and Youth Programme (JENESYS) will be hosting 182 students who specialize in specifically notified sports and cultural field (traditional heritage and arts). 

The student wings of Indo-Japan Association and Bharat Japan Maitri Parishad have been meeting regularly two years in India and one year in Japan since 1997 to discuss and exchange views/opinions on varied topics, for example, youth issues, global environment issues, bilateral relations, etc. The 11th Japan India Student Conference took place in Delhi, Kolkata and Pune. The Conference was held in collaboration with Bharat Japan Maitri Parishad in Delhi, Association of Friendship with Japan in Pune, and Nihongo Kaiwa Kyokai in Kolkata.

  • Date : 03-Jul-2017
  • Posted By : Birla Vidya Niketan School

Inauguration of Middle School Science Lab

Mr. Yuji Nishikawa from Japan Science & Technology inaugurated their Middle School Science Laboratory to promote “Skilling Young Scientists’ of BVN. Your kind presence in the program encouraged us a lot and made us more confident in imparting quality education in the field of Science & Technology. 

  • Date : 30-Jun-2017
  • Posted By : Birla Vidya Niketan School


Seven students of BIRLA VIDYA NIKETAN, along with Ms. Paramjit Kaur, the Physics  teacher - through the LIFE LAB FOUNDATIONS- visited CERN, Geneva which is considered to be the Mecca of particle physicists.

An introduction to the main objectives and work done in CERN was given by the trip  organizer , Dr. Mick Storr, who then escorted them to The Globe, a building of the shape of a massive sphere made of wood which was an exhibition cum museum. The students saw at the exhibits and saw a light and sound show which was based on the Big Bang and CERN’s endeavor of knowing more about particles and universe.
In the five day long trip the studentd attended lectures from world renowned physicists like Sir John Ellis  (Gravitational Waves and Super symmetry),  Sir  Piotr Traczk (expert on  CMS technology),  Mr.Daniel Denegri (Founding father of the CMS experiment) and Mr.Simone Gilardoni( Expert on Accelerator technology) and were exposed to the world of Physics. They even got the opportunities to visit the various facilities linked with the Large Hadron Colidere ( the largest machine on the Earth) at CERN, such as the ATLAS control centre, SM-18( Magnet Test Facility) LEIR( Low Energy Ion Ring), The now defunct Synchrocyclotron and the CERN data centre.

The enlightened students tried building their own cloud chamber in a workshop and got the opportunity  to interact with Dr. S Banerjee, a computer systems specialist  who spoke to them about India’s contribution to the Mecca of Particle Physics.  The students even got a chance to visit the UN Headquarters at Geneva and know how thw UNHCR functions.

The entire trip was packed with information and activity with the evenings reserved for exploring Geneva and experiencing  its beauty and rich history.

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  • Date : 15-Jun-2017
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Cultural Exchange with Mexico

Birla Vidya Niketan and the Instituto Gestalt have recently initiated the Cross Cultural Exchange Programme with Mexico School called “The Global Educational & Cultural Exchange Programme”. It is a virtual student exchange supported with technology to help students from both the countries to interact and learn from each other about their countries  

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  • Date : 01-Jun-2017
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Rugby School Exchange Program London

Twenty-one students of Birla Vidya Niketan took off from  3rd to 17th April 2017 for an educational trip to the Rugby School London. They were escorted by team leader Ms. Meenakshi Kushwaha [Principal] and an accompanying teacher Ms. Kuhu Guha (English)

BVN Students along with students from Turkey, Czechoslovakia, Italy, Japan & Mexico of attended sessions on English, Hakka dance International music Rugby games etc. Visit to Coventry and sightseeing at London was a bonus.

  • Date : 03-May-2017
  • Posted By : Birla Vidya Niketan School