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Embassy of Japan in collaboration with The Sports Authority of India and youthreach conducted an event of India-Japan SPORTS exchange ,on 16th December 2017,at Indira Gandhi Indoor Stadium. Chief guest was the honourable youth and sports minister of india ,Col. Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore ,who is the silver medalist of athens olympic . Various Indian and Japanese olympians were also present in the event.
50 students of our school attended the programme that consisted of various motivational talks and martial art demonstrations by the professionals of both the countries which encourages our students towards sports and games.
On 8 December, Ambassador Hiramatsu received a courtesy call by 3 students of Birla Vidya Niketan who participated in the 'Japan Super Science Fair' organized by Ritsumeikan High School in Kyoto last November. All students passionately described their experiences in Japan. Ambassador encouraged them to keep in touch with Japan and introduced Japan's strong points and its various contributions towards development of India to the keen students.
Proud to host German Reading Inter School Competition in collaboration with the German Embassy in New Delhi, India.
As the globalization of society rapidly continues, international collaboration is becoming more and more important. Birla Vidya Niketan participated in Japan Super Science Fair, which was organized by Reitsumeikan School, Kyoto, Japan from 02/11/2017 to 08/11/2017. Four students , from class XI and XII along with one teacher visited Reitsumeikan School to attend 5 day long Science Fair. This mega science event allowed school students from all over the world who are aiming to become scientists and engineers ,the opportunity for scientific exchange. It was an excellent opportunity for both teachers and students from different parts of the world to grow and learn from each other.
We presented research papers on waste water treatment and on increasing efficiency of fertilizers in soil by coating them with a modified polymer. Performance of BVN students was outstanding in all events be it poster presentation, oral presentation or cultural performance. Our work got appreciation from all the eminent scholars attending the event in JSSF. Students got an opportunity to participate in different science workshops. It was a great learning experience which inspired us to make a mark in the field of science.
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.
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.
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.