Events

Teachers Day Celebration, 4th September-2019, Teachers Day is the day dedicated to our Gurus who leave no stone unturned in making us true humans. They contribute in shaping our careers and building personalities. They greatly impact our well being, development and growth. Apart from being the source of knowledge and wisdom teachers are the best guides and motivators. Students of BTGS took this opportunity today to extend warm regards and gratitude to all teachers and thanked them for their dynamic support.

I like the colour Blue,

It is cool,

It is bright like we see Sky& Sea.

Rainy season is associated with Green and Blue. Our Kindergarten students celebrated Blue Day on 30th August 2019, Friday. All dressed up in Blue, the concept was integrated with water. All went well with Blue selfie booth of the underwater theme. It was wonderful to witness all happy faces, enjoying and dancing to the music.

Inter House Dance Competition for Grade 4 to 8 took place on 31st August 2019, the theme was "Ganesh Utsav”. Students of all four houses under the guidance of House Incharges prepared and showcased their innovative ideas to make their performance look different from other groups. The dance competition is a medium to explore the child's KINESTHETIC and MUSICAL intelligences. The young and the enthusiastic dancers moved the audience with their stunning performances and judges had a tough time to search for the best.

August 27, 2019, As part of the Educational Trip, UKG students of Brahmavid The Global School visited the Main Post office of Raipur. Interacted with the Post Office staff who explained them the various functions of the Post Office and also witnessed them live.

Janmashtami is celebrated on 23rd August 2019 with great devotion and fervour throughout the country. For Janmashtami celebration Fancy Dress Competition was held with the theme of "Dashavtar". Students came in different attire to depict the DUS Avatars.

Students of BTGS participated in the Inter-School Event, “Ignite Minds” on 21st August 2019. We are proud to announce that our Team of BTGS stood 2nd in Group Dance, 2nd in Group Singing competition. We also bagged 3rd Prize in Junior Painting Competition. It was a great experience for the students to participate and win outside the school. We as Brahmavid Team keep motivating our students to strive for the best and bring laurels to their parents and School.

Junior Inter House Dance Competition 2019-20.

RETRO Theme - Grade (1-3) on 8th August 2019

Investiture Ceremony 2019-20 — at Brahmavid The Global School. on 26th July 2019

First Investiture Ceremony @ Brahmavid “If your actions create a legacy that inspires others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, then you are an excellent leader” Investiture means a formal investing of a person with authority, power, right, office and dignity. Its rightly said that ‘leaders are not born, they are made’. The investiture ceremony is one of the most important ceremonies of the school. It's a tradition, eagerly awaited by all the students of the school. Years after year, it reminds us of the trust and confidence that we repose on our newly elected student council. They pledge to dispense their duties to the best of their abilities and abide by the rules and regulations of the school. 26th July 2019 was one of the most memorable moment for BTGS as on this day the first council of students was formed and they took the pledge to shoulder their responsibility in the presence of Academic Director, Ms Shobha Padarha and Principal, Ms Vinita Sharma. This will be registered in the history of BTGS as the very first council which is a proud feeling for both students and the school fraternity.

4th August 2019

As part of the ECO Club, TRAIL HUNTERS at Brahmavid The Global School, today the Cycling Activity was inaugurated which will be in addition to Hiking/Nature Walks, Bird Watching etc.

20th July 2019

Math Passion @ BTGS — at Brahmavid The Global School.

Math Passion is an inter-house competition conducted every year at BTGS, it's based on many 21st century skills built around Math. The competition consisted of 4 rounds viz.-a-viz. *Symmetry is what we see at a glance *Pattern guessing & Problem-Solving *Math is Art *Fast & furious which tested different skills within a time bound framework. Student's teamwork, enthusiasm and critical thinking was worth witnessing.

Guru Poornima @ BTGS — at Brahmavid The Global School.

16th July 2019

गुरुर्ब्रह्मा गुरुर्विष्णुर्गुरुर्देवो महेश्वरः

गुरु साक्षात परब्रह्मा तस्मै श्रीगुरवे नमः

"The best form of worship of the guru is to follow his teachings, to shine as the very embodiment of his teachings, and to propagate his glory and his message."

The concept of Guru is as old as humanity itself. The word Guru is derived from two Sanskrit words “Gu” and “Ru” of which the former means ignorance and darkness in a person and the latter means someone who removes that darkness from the person, Primarily, Guru means a 'teacher', it is a universal concept based on the idea of transmitting knowledge from a person, who knows something, to an ignorant student or disciple.

In the modern times, we see Guru in the form of a teacher who shares knowledge in the form of education to their students. Whatever be it he serves the role of a guide who takes his/her students to the path of righteousness and makes them good people to live in the society.

Parent Orientation Program(POP) 2019 — at Brahmavid The Global School.

A parent is a teacher at home and a teacher is a parent in school and the child is the centre of our universe.”

The second Parent orientation program(POP) was organised on 22nd June for the new and existing parents to familiarise them, “as partners in progress” with the curriculum, rules and regulations of the school, teaching methodologies and the co-scholastic activities.

Taking a theme the teachers enacted a typical classroom scenario at BTGS integrating various subjects using the multiple intelligences where few of the parents were requested to enact as the school students.

The POP was much appreciated and turned out to be a successful event as all parents enjoyed the session.

Van Mahotsava 2019.

The name Van Mahotsava means" FESTIVAL OF FORESTS". It has gained significant national importance and every year, millions of saplings are planted across India in observation of Van Mahotsav week.

The declining number of trees has brought a major change in climate, hence a dire necessity of festivals like Van Mahotsav, to restore the forest cover in the country.

We should plant trees like:

पिचुमन्दः = नीम

न्यग्रोधः = वट वृक्ष

चिञ्चिणी = इमली

कपित्थः =Wood apple

बिल्वः = बेल

आमलकः = आंवला

आम्रः = आम

इन सारे वृक्षों का वृक्षारोपण करना चाहिए।

Joining hands in this mission our school also celebrated Van Mahotsav with a massive awareness and educational purpose. With activities, performances and plantation by the junior and senior section.

Students of grade KG-VIII asked for Donation of saplings from their neighbourhood and took a promise to protect the mother Earth by planting in abundance and protecting them.

Students exhibited their innovations by redesigning the plastic waste into beautiful pots to plant the sapling, students took the Mahotsav ahead with a scintillating programme in the atrium with a mesmerizing dance to a melodious tune.

Towards the end, students took pledge to save and take care of the plants in the campus after planting them.

Yoga Day Celebration@Brahmavid — at Brahmavid The Global School.

International Yoga Day also called as world Yoga Day, is celebrated on the 21st of June every year ever since its inception in 2015, is a great effort to emphasize the importance of inculcating this ancient Indian art in our lives. It embodies unity of mind and body; thought and action; restraint and fulfilment; harmony between man and nature and a holistic approach to health and well-being.


In series of World Environment Day BTGS@Akanksha — at Akanksha institute of learning and empowerment.

On 10th June, in series of World Environment Day, teachers of BTGS performed a street play “Pani Re Pani” at Aakanksha institute of learning and Empowerment, Avanti Vihar Raipur Chhattisgarh. It was to bring awareness about usage of water and saving the environment, humour was added to the play by relating it with real life situations, which tickled the audience and made them rethink about the present situation.

Environment Day @ Brahmavid.

On 5th June, World Environment Day, teachers of BTGS performed a street play “Pani Re Pani” at Wallfort City and Wallfort Heights, Bhatagaon. It was to bring awareness about usage of water and saving the environment, humour was added to the play by relating it with real life situations, which tickled the audience and made them rethink about the present situation.

Day 8: Final day arrived finally We reached at our hotel located in South Delhi around 5:00 AM and asked the troupe to freshen up by 6:30 AM to prevent them to go to sleep. If we allowed the children to sleep at that time then it would have been difficult to make them get up on time. So we all were ready by 6:30 -7:00 AM and took our breakfast so that we can make an early start for the Delhi sightseeing which has some of the most prominent landmarks of our country. We also got a chance to sing a birthday song for Madhav Gupta who happened to have his birthday on 13th May. We had in our plans to do a grand birthday celebration during the afternoon lunch. The sightseeing started in a very comfortable luxury bus from Lotus Temple, Qutub Minar, Rashtrapati Bhavan, Parliament, India Gate, Supreme Court etc. Our program was to have lunch and Ice Cream at Nirula's which is a very old and famous food joint located within the Connaught Place area. We were an hour early for the lunch and hence decided to cover Jantar Mantar which means that there was a longer walk under scorching Delhi sun nearing 40 degrees celsius. We choose to take that option and was well worth it. Going through the Outer circle to the inner circle on top of the Palika Bazar and asking for the directions finally we reached Nirula's. The children had a blast there with Pizzas, Burgers, Shakes and Ice cream along with the cake cutting ceremony of the Birthday boy. Post lunch we proceeded to the Indra Gandhi International Airport Terminal 3 and reached there about 3 hours in advance so that we have sufficient time to go through the procedures and also catchup with some shopping at the Airport. We went through as per plan and was passed security by 4:00 PM which gave us good hour or so of leisure time. Children encountered the vending machines near the departure gates and that became a sort of a playing machine for them. The flight departed on time at 6 PM. On reaching Raipur the children had a mixed feeling of Joy of reaching home after 8 long days and on the other hand sadness of saying goodbye to their friends and leaving behind the fun filled activities. Indeed it was a lifetime experience for all of us which will fill our hearts with Joy and these memories would be cherished forever. With this TEAM Brahmavid would be signing off till the next adventure trip which is already under consideration.

Day 7: We all woke up to a warm morning and ready for the Safari at the stipulated time. Previous night was very windy and we were sceptical of encountering rain in the morning. Travelling through the lanes of Ramnagar and Kosi Dam we reached the Sitamani Gate on time. Being a Sunday there was a long queue of Green Gypsy's at the check point waiting for the entry. We had a waiting period of about 45 mins which gave us an opportunity to click few selfies and grab some chai, juice and packaged snacks. The Safari inside the Jungle was a mixed bag, on one hand it's very disappointing to see our jungles which were once full of wild animals now see more visiting humans and very few or no sighting of animals, on the other hand children enjoyed the fun off road riding inside the jungle. We are tons of flying dust from the Gypsy's driving ahead which compensated for an early breakfast. Post Safari children were excited to Jump in the pool located in the resort and were obliged for the same after the late breakfast. We checked out from the resort at around 3 PM and had 5-6 hours to do some local sight seeing which turned out to be a sweet experience. Visited the Corbett Tiger Reserve Museum and Girija Devi Temple ( pronounced as Garjia by our coach) which is located on a small hill in between the Kosi River. The Sun was setting by the time we reached the temple area and witnessed a beautiful evening amidst the setting sun putting our feet down in the water. Moved for dinner to a location in Ramnagar about 10 minuted drive from the Railway station. The dinner finished around 9:00 and we moved to the Railway station from there. The train was scheduled to depart at 10 and we had around 30 mins to plan the berth allocation which were scattered in two adjacent compartments. "Corbett Link" express as it is called starts from Ramnagar however it came on the platform just 5 mins before the departure which gave us very little time to board the train and settle down. However, the planning we did in those 30 mins helped us to avoid the confusion and settled us quickly. Train departed on time and children got good hour or so of time to have some humour and few clicks on the way to reach our destination "Purani Dilli" at 3:55 AM, yes, so early in the morning that we hardly caught up with some sleep.

Day6: Final day at the camp was focused towards the obstacles which tests the balancing skills and the physical strength, post breakfast we were introduced to the obstacle course and all children participated in all obstacles with great focus and vigour. Once we completed the activity it was time for Lunch and Thanks giving to all coaches and other supporting staff of the camp. With a heavy heart we then proceeded towards trekking down to our last destination "Jim Corbett" park which is situated near Ramnagar. Enroute we stopped at the small and lovely museum set amidst the colonial era and dedicated to Sir Jim Corbett who's life has been dedicated to preserve the wild life of the Kumaon region. Children were bit bogged down by the winding ghat roads and were feeling bit nauseating, so we decided to have nice soda lemonade prepared by a local hawker using the Bisleri water, it gave all of us great relief coming down from cool mountains to the hotter plains. We reached our destination "Auro Resort" before sunset and settled down for a small DJ evening followed by the dinner. The day winded down with the message from the organisers to be ready and meet at sharp 5:30 AM to start for the Jungle Safari.

Day6: Final day at the camp was focused towards the obstacles which tests the balancing skills and the physical strength, post breakfast we were introduced to the obstacle course and all children participated in all obstacles with great focus and vigour. Once we completed the activity it was time for Lunch and Thanks giving to all coaches and other supporting staff of the camp. With a heavy heart we then proceeded towards trekking down to our last destination "Jim Corbett" park which is situated near Ramnagar. Enroute we stopped at the small and lovely museum set amidst the colonial era and dedicated to Sir Jim Corbett who's life has been dedicated to preserve the wild life of the Kumaon region. Children were bit bogged down by the winding ghat roads and were feeling bit nauseating, so we decided to have nice soda lemonade prepared by a local hawker using the Bisleri water, it gave all of us great relief coming down from cool mountains to the hotter plains. We reached our destination "Auro Resort" before sunset and settled down for a small DJ evening followed by the dinner. The day winded down with the message from the organisers to be ready and meet at sharp 5:30 AM to start for the Jungle Safari.

Day 5: Camp Twilight is a very different location from Camp Pine Riveria, Twilight is located in a Jungle setting with forest all around and you can view clear night sky's and stars without interference of any artificial lights. Dining area sets in the setting perfectly with the pine wood and neat and clean washrooms. Morning regime started with some interesting activities and few volley ball matches which children played with full vigour. The main adventure activities for the first half were firefox and freefall, in the second half it was Zipline. All these activities are full of fun and helps in taking out fear of height from our mind. We appreciate the efforts put in by our trainers who take utmost care of our security, have patience and encourage the children to overcome the fear. The evening was eventful and another type of learning, the two groups were assigned the task of cooking maggi in the Jungle using the natural wood, stones were used to make the traditional chulha and all team members were required to participate. The whole exercise turned out to be great fun amidst bit of chaos and we all enjoyed the outcome and coaches gave points to the team on the overall process and the taste of the prepared dish. Post cooking session was one of the mesmerising experience for us all, we proceeded for a night trek under the moonlight. It was sight to behold with children of all sizes climbing the mountain under moonlight and able guidance of the coaches. Halfway of the trek it was all under moonlight then we used our torches to lit the path. Once we reached the summit all children were mesmerised to see the view from the top and all went silent in a meditative mode. The sound of wind was coming intermittently and was touching our souls, its an experience which none of us would ever forget in our lifetime. We started our decent after staying at the top of the summit from about half an hour, the decent was much easier and when we reached the camp there was more surprises in store. Our coaches organised Kumaon folk song program which gave us a feel of the region. Our children also performed Chhattisgari folk song "Mahua Jhare" which they had prepared for the School Annual Function. The eventful and satisfying day culminated with the dinner and we all went to bed with stars and moon in our eyes.

Day 4: After the morning regime it was time to say goodbye to the New Horizon team of Camp Pine Riveria and move on to Camp Twilight which is located to the West of Nainital on the way to Ramnagar. We travelled via Nainital and on the way witnessed a planned forest fire. Upon reaching Nainital we choose to cross the magnificent Naini lake over boat and reach the other side where the famous Naina Devi temple (one of many shakti peeth's) is located. We all had a great darshan and gave sometime to children to carry out some shopping which they were quite excited for. Children were seen using their judgement and suggestion about the value of the products and we were impressed to see that they know how to make the correct choices. While shopping we had some local berries and followed by delicious Chinese food at a local restaurant chosen by the organisers. Post lunch we continued our journey in Jeeps to Bajoon a small town from where we had to climb up to the Camp Twilight on foot. As the Trek to the camp was log we decided to carry only the baggage which was needed for the next two days and left remaining at a safe place provided by the organisers at Bajoon. Children were very enthusiastic about the trek and it was heartening to see older children helping the younger ones during the trek. Sharing and caring are the qualities which cannot be taught in a classroom environment and needs to be experienced during such programs. We reached the camp well before sunset and were greeted by our new coaches followed by snacks, some volleyball matches, bonfire and dinner. Concluded our day with Light out around 10:15 PM amidst the barking of the barking deer in the background.

Day 3: Children had a wake up time at 5:30 AM and were asked to take Milk and biscuits at 6:30 AM. Exercises and Energisers were taken up at 7:00 which was followed by a free time from 8:30 to 9:00. Sumptuous Breakfast was served at 9:00 which was followed by a 30 mins rest period. This regime was followed on all other days at both the camps. The first activity of the day was Jumaring which tests the upper body strength to climb the rope using the Jumar and reach the top where it is tied. The location for the Jumaring was besides beautiful flowing streams of the river. These were followed by the diving in the river from a small cliff, off course wearing the life jackets, this helps in overcoming the fear of height and also lots of fun :). Post diving everyone had lunch and took rest. In the second half it was more adventure and i.e. River crossing using Taroline Traverse and Rappling which is climbing down a large cliff using rope, both these activities helps in gaining self confidence and win over fear of height. Evening we were served with bread pakoras for snacks and hot drink and was again followed by DJ which were the dance numbers chosen by children. DJ numbers were followed by the Dinner to conclude the day 3.

Day 2: First day at the Camp Pine Riviera children were woken up in a relaxed manner at 7:30 AM instead of the scheduled time of 6:00 AM. Everyone woke up to a warm drink with snacks and which was followed by the acclimatising activities and exercises.

Children were divided into two Groups for the whole duration which started with Kayaking. The river water was extremely cold and one by one with reluctance everyone got inside the water with the life jackets on. After proper instruction on the functioning of the Kayak the group members took their turns to paddle the Kayak.

The Leadership Program is designed to inculcate the leadership qualities in the, afternoon post lunch rest there were activities around team building, collaboration, communication. Team leaders were briefed of the objectives and the rules which they in turn took up with their respective teams. Later we were taken on a Trek which took us to a beautiful site which was a plain between the valley. The two teams were given a task to come up with a Team Name, Flag, Slogan and present it to all. In addition there were energizers played out with them and the slogans echoed through the Valley filling the team members with a sense of pride. Two teams came up with their names "Savenger's of the Pine Forest" and "Adventurous Avengers", presented their flags and slogans.

In the evening children were tasked for cultural dance and song which they performed amidst bon fire with lots of enthusiasm. We witnessed lots of talent coming out of children who are generally shy and introvert in the school.

Day1: Early Morning of 6th May 2019, we surely knew that we are embarking on an 8 day adventure with 23 kids with a spread of ages 8 to 15. Traveling over air, rail, bus, boat and moreover over foot with rucksacks tucked over our shoulders, enthusiasm and will power to make most out of the adventurous activities which lay ahead of us.

"Give Me Red"

To Introduce the primary colours in Kindergarten Red day was celebrated with great zeal and vigour. All the students and mentors were well decked up in their accessories. Water Melon juice and Strawberry ice cream was the taste of the day.

"Give Me Red"

To Introduce the primary colours in Kindergarten Red day was celebrated with great zeal and vigour. All the students and mentors were well decked up in their accessories. Water Melon juice and Strawberry ice cream was the taste of the day.

For the Nursery students at Brahmavid the Journey began with a settling period where the parents accompanied their children for 3-4 days to school and remained with them to settle them at school. These pictures of the day where the students came to school on their own, moment to be cherished for life long.

A big step for the Nursery kids to begin their journey into the world of Kindergarten and for LKG & UKG students a step further into the Journey.

Nursery kids were accompanied by their parents for the settling period.

First Pracheen Kala Examination took place at Brahmavid The Global School which happens to be the Centre for Excellence for the Visual and Performing Arts.

Objective to be associated with an institution like Pracheen Kala is to promote the ART which is equally essential for a child's growth. It helps in developing many skills which complements the Academics and are equally important in future personality development of a child. We at Brahmavid via our day boarding program train provide the training year around so that they can appear for the exams. By the time the child reaches high school they would have had the certifications which would help them when they appear for higher education.

On 12th March BTGS celebrated its very first Founder’s Day. It is Birthday of our beloved Chairman Mr. Krishna Kumar Nathani.

Students and staff presented their respect and love towards him through a small cultural presentation. It is his blessings which energises all Brahmavidians to be high achievers. We wish him Happiness and to the best of his health.

12th March-2019 BTGS celebrated its very first Founder’s Day

On 12th March BTGS celebrated its very first Founder’s Day. It is Birthday of our beloved Chairman Mr. Krishna Kumar Nathani.

Students and staff presented their respect and love towards him through a small cultural presentation. It is his blessings which energises all Brahmavidians to be high achievers. We wish him Happiness and to the best of his health.

12th March-2019 BTGS celebrated its very first Founder’s Day

Graduation of UKG students is ceremonial to mark their completion of kindergarten years.The first ever graduation ceremony of BTGS was held on 8th March 2019 for the UKG students.

Students of kindergarten were awarded with appreciation certificates for various activities those were performed through out the year. The UKG kids were awarded their degree which made them eligible to move to grade 1😃

The ceremony was witnessed by their parents and grandparents. It was overwhelming for us to see the caterpillars transforming into confident butterflies. A new horizon awaits the little ones.......

Graduation of UKG held on 8th March 2019 for the UKG students

The second part(Seniors) of the First Annual Function "SPANDAN" at Brahmavid The Global School took place in the grand auditorium(Sanskriti) on 13 th of January, 2019. The theme was ENIGMATIC INDIA and the performers were from Grade 3 onwards.

The program started with welcoming of the chief guest, traditional lamp lighting by our Chief Guest Mr. Vivek Dhand, Ms. Deepika Dhand, Special Guest Ms. Prabha Minj, Chairman Mr. Krishna Kumar Nathani, Director Mr. Pratyush Padarha, Academic Director Ms. Shobha Padarha and Principal Ms. Vinita Sharma.

Arham Nashine and Kshitij Sheel of Grade 6 Anchored the program and floored the audience with their wit & presence of mind.

The performances were a blend of all Performing Arts covering Theatre, Music and Dance from various part of the country.

Followed by the Annual Report presented by the Principal with glimpses being played out in the background, Grand Finale, In the Making and the sumptuous dinner.

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The first part of the First Annual Function "SPANDAN" at Brahmavid The Global School took place in the grand auditorium(Sanskriti) on 12th of January, 2019. The theme was BLUE PLANET and the performers were from Grade 1 & 2.

The program started with the Saraswati Vandana and traditional lamp lighting by our Chairman Mr Krishna Kumar Nathani, Director Mr Pratyush Padarha, Academic Director Mrs Shobha Padarha and Principal Mrs Vinita Sharma. Followed by the Annual Report presented by the Principal with glimpses being played out in the background. The performances were a blend of all Performing Arts covering Theater, Music and Dance which were followed by dinner.

First Annual Function "SPANDAN" at Brahmavid The Global School on 12th of January, 2019

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Live, Laugh, wear sun glasses, nothing’s better than a picnic.

Picnic for students of Grade 1 to 7 was arranged on 16th February to “Jungle Safari”, beautiful weather added to the fun. Students went inside the safari in buses and could see different types of animals in their natural environment. After the safari ride students went to “Muktangan” to see the glimpses of Chhattisgarhi culture, had their lunch, played well and boarded back home. It was a fun filled day with loads of excitement.

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(Jungle Safari & Muktangan) 16th February 2019

Yellow Day Celebration-KG 11th February 2019

Yellow Day Celebration - Basant Panchami

Since the chilling air of winter has changed into soothing cold breeze, here comes the spring season known as Basant in India.The festival of Basant Panchami was celebrated on Monday 11/02/19 as Yellow day with great enthusiasm. Our tiny tots were looking fabulous in the yellow attires and on this auspicious occasion Goddess Saraswati was worshipped seeking for knowledge, and shower of wisdom upon everyone.

Meditation session Grade 3-7 5th February 2019

Meditation is a practice which helps in looking inwards, building self esteem and discovering the true self.

Students should start practising it from an early age, hence a meditation workshop was conducted at BTGS to help them know the benefits of meditation in daily life. Few minutes of meditation can energise us and keep us going for hours.

A play based on the story of “Jungle Book” 3rd February 2019

Students of Brahmavid The Global School visited Pandit Deendayal Upadhyay Auditorium on 3rd February 2019 to witness a play based on the story of “Jungle Book”, performed by the artists of famous Rangbaaz group from Mumbai.

Our students acquired the usage of lights, background sound, voice modulation which they also practice for their theatre and drama classes here at school. In turn, the evening turned out as an experiential learning and enriching experience for the students and staff of BTGS.

KG - PICNIC @ Nandanvan Zoo

(SESSION 2018-19)

The winters are coming to an end and it’s just the right time for an outing. Students of Kindergarten@BTGS went to Nandanvan for the picnic for the session 2018-19.

They enjoyed walking in the park, watching different kinds of birds and animals and had delicious food. It was a wonderful experience for the tiny tots to listen to the various birds chirping around. They were close to the nature and enjoyed the time.


Celebrating 70th Republic Day at Brahmavid The Global School

As a part of lifeskill’s theme for the month, students donated their old clothes and toys so that it can be reused by someone who is in need. Beautiful thought which inculcates the habit of sharing & caring for the people around. All donated items were distributed amongst Aayas with children of same age group and in a near by slum. The smile on their faces, brightened our day!

22nd Dec. 2018, Sanskrit workshop for teachers

Grade (Nur-7), 23rd Dec. 2018, Adventure camp

Students participated in “Boot Camp” that offered adventurous activities like Rappelling, Zip Lining, Zorbing, Kayaking, Free Fall, Commando Traverse, Wall climbing and many more. Students were divided into groups and given the challenges to complete all activities in given time. It was a new experience for them which boosted their confidence and helped them to overcome their fear, it also added bounce to their winter vacation.

KG, 21st Dec. 2018, Christmas Celebration

Jingle bell🔔 Jingle bell🔔

Jingle all the way

Santa Claus🎅🏻is coming around

Riding down the sledge🛷

Kindergarten was painted Red & White with many small Santas around, and the students were delighted with Christmas celebrations. Dear Santa🎅🏻accepted our invitation and came all the way from North Pole☃ to Brahmavid to shower his Blessings and sweets🍭🍬🍫🧁to the students.

Kids wished each other a Merry Christmas and happily went on a winter break.

Grade (1-7), 22nd Dec. 2018, Christmas celebration

Christmas was celebrated amongst the other grade students with great fun and fervour

Grade (1-7), 8th Nov., Annual Sports Day

It was a Beautiful-Sunny-Winter morning and all Brahmaviders were geared up to showcase their Bodily Kinesthetic Intelligence. That’s correct, it was the First Sports day “Lakshya” which commenced with much fun and excitement. Our honourable Chief guest for the event was Mr.Vikram Sisodia. It was important for the students to understand that winning and losing is a part of all games. What is primal is that-Sports teaches you character, it teaches you to play by the rules, it teaches you to know what it feels like to win and lose-it teaches you about life.


"Sports brings in Fitness” Brahmavid The Global School organised its very first Kindergarten Winter Sports Day “LAKSHAYA”.With energetic performances and interesting races students enjoyed the day.

Drills...Races...Prizes...Winning

Ye.......Cheering was loud to make the aura more happening and exciting.


“There are many little ways to enlarge your child’s world. Love of books is the best of all”.- Jacqueline Kennedy DEAR - Drop Everything And Read. Today, BTGS had its very first session of DEAR. It was an amazing experience as the warmth of books could be felt in the complete campus from the entrance gate to the staff quarters. Guards on duty to the Students in campus, House keeping staff to the bus drivers and Didis each member in the school stopped working for half an hour, chose their own corner and sat down with the book/magazine/news paper and picked up their favourite piece to read.

As a part of Life skills, safety is the utmost priority which is necessary for students to understand. Our complete campus is equipped with fire safety measures and taking it further Fire safety and Fire Extinguishing workshop was conducted at BTGS campus giving an opportunity to our students and faculty to experience and know the usage of fire extinguishers. They also experienced a practical demo of the same. Brahmavid believes in learning new things every day and hence plans some interesting activities for the students.

Ghoomar....Lavni.....Bhangra........Rautnacha......Sambalpuri......Garba.......With all these spellbound performances, Solo Folk Dance Competition took place at Brahmavid The Global School. Students from grade 1 to 7 participated in the competition. We travelled across India, from Rajasthan to Kerala and Bengal to Maharashtra with students dancing on folk music with traditional costumes made it challenging for judges to decide upon winners and runners up position. With the spirit of participation students have given their best. Congratulations to all the participants!

Sports is an integral part of BTGS.

Final matches for the session 2018-19 started with Basketball. It was played in 4 quarter.

First semifinal was between PARIJAT and MANDAR Houses in which MANDAR House won to enter in finals

Second semifinal was played between KALPTARU and HARICANDA House in which HARICANDA House entered the finals beating KALPTARU.

Third match was played for third position between PARIJAT and KALPTARU House among which PARIJAT bagged Third position.

Fourth and Final match was played between HARICANDA and MANDAR and HARICANDA House won the tournament. HIP HIP......HURRAH!

Celebrations give us joy and happiness. Festivity is in the air and Brahmavid The Global School cannot be behind when it comes to enjoy the festivals. “Garba with Mom” was organised for Kindergarten students. There was a potpourri of

lights, colourful attire, music, dance and beautiful moms and their adorable kids. There were prizes to be won for beautiful attire and dance performances. The event was filled with fun and frolic!

Mom and kids had GALAAAA Time!

Field trips play an important role in learning. They link the classroom experience with the outside world and in doing so they drastically improve the process of learning, and also give both the learners and educator valued practical experience.

This educational, interactive experience is sure to leave a lasting impression with the geckos.

The Kindergarten children of Grade Nursery, LKG and UKG of “Brahmavid The Global School” went on a field trip to ‘D-Mart -The Supermarket’ on 5th of October 2018.

The super market is a wonderful place for children to be made aware of and learn about different kinds of foods and other things available there. On their visit to the super-market, children were made to identify the types of foods found there.

They also learnt where foods came from before they arrive at the super-market store (from plants and animals).

They were shown different sections of the super-market (fresh fruits & vegetables section, grain section, toiletry section, meat/dairy/frozen food section, bakery, and canned goods.Our Geckos identified healthy and unhealthy food very enthusiastically. They exclaimed confidently that chocolates, ice cream, cakes, chips etc. are unhealthy although they surely were more excited while exploring the junk food zone. They were also curious to see the frozen food section and explored the meat zone watching fish, chicken and meat quite carefully. Their observations were not restricted to food. They also pointed out items that we use to brush teeth, wash hands, take a bath etc.. They also spent time discussing floor cleaners, detergents and dishwashing soaps mentioning that they clean the germs.It was demonstrated to them how things are bought, billed and paid for.

After returning, we engaged the geckos in a very interesting spider web activity to help them recollect and reflect all that they saw and further discussed the importance of each item they saw at the supermarket.

The trip was a success as the Geckos exhibited high level of enthusiasm and at the same time followed the essential agreements, like walking in a line, listening to their teacher and even greeted people with their smiles. They were principled and it was truly an enriching experience that helped them enhance their social skills.


Yet another beautiful learning in the series of experiential learning. Students of Grade 1 to 3 of Brahmavid The Global School today visited the Parle-G factory in series of “Educational Trips”. During the tour, the children were shown a film which covered the variety of products Parle makes and also how those products are manufactured. The children saw the live production line and could witness the complete cycle from raw material to the packaging. Parle associates were very kind to let children enjoy the fresh production of the Biscuits and Chocolates. The students and mentors enjoyed and had an exciting day.

In series of Educational Trip students of grade 4-7 went to "Dominos" outlet. Students experienced making of pizzas in the Dominos kitchen and learnt about the management of outlets. It was a wonderful experience for them to prepare pizzas for themselves. Hurrah! It was a party time...

Gandhi Jayanti Celebration (03/10/2018)

To make our kids aware about Mahatma Gandhi, a pioneer of truth and non-violence we celebrated Gandhi Jayanti on 03rd Oct. 2018. On this day kids saw short movie on Gandhiji’s life and reflected on the great work done by him.

In any good school, morning assemblies are a must thing to begin the day with. Every day, all students assemble at the assembly hall or an atrium and begin the day with a prayer.

On the behalf of “GANDHI JAYANTI” GRADE-3A conducted a special assembly on 03-10-2018 and the topic of the assembly was “Father of the nation” Mahatma Gandhi.

HINDI DIWAS CELEBRATION (14/09/2018)

Hindi Divas or Hindi day (हिन्दी दिवस) is an annual day celebrated on 14 September in India to celebrate the popularity of Hindi as an official language of India. On this day our Nursery kids narrated the Poems in Hindi . The children were made aware that Hindi plays a significant role in connecting the citizens of India.

Hindi diwas is celebrated on the 14th of September each year. This is because the Constituent Assembly of India declared that Hindi scripted in the Devanagari script is the Republic of India’s official language.

It was a moment of pride for brahmaviders to attend an amazing workshop on hindi language by Mr Gaurav Girija Shukla, where they encountered amazing facts about our national language and were pretty excited to come across those facts.

Sports is an integral part of BTGS.

Final matches for the session 2018-19 started with Basketball. It was played in 4 quarter.

First semifinal was between PARIJAT and MANDAR Houses in which MANDAR House won to enter in finals

Second semifinal was played between KALPTARU and HARICANDA House in which HARICANDA House entered the finals beating KALPTARU.

Third match was played for third position between PARIJAT and KALPTARU House among which PARIJAT bagged Third position.

Fourth and Final match was played between HARICANDA and MANDAR and HARICANDA House won the tournament. HIP HIP......HURRAH!

NHMMI Walkathon 2018 powered by Brahmvid the global school was the talk of the day on 29th September 2018. The day when everyone around was so enthusiastic about the walk and were talking about healthy heart and healthy living. The walk started from Bhagat Singh square at 7 am in the morning.

Brahmavid The Global School was a special part of the event and was glad to support the walkathon 2nd time in a row, and like the last year felt privileged and honoured to bring smiles on 5 underprivileged girls by presenting them bicycles.

As the school believes in spreading love and joy amongst the people in the society and is inculcating the same in the kids too. Keeping the spirit high the students of Brahmavid presented a Dance in front of 5000+ people and made them smile. And also gave a message to the society.

Like every other Sunday, the mall was packed with people. Some were enjoying with friends and family while others were busy with shopping. But suddenly a few school kids in school uniform showed up and started dancing on musical tunes that made everyone turn their heads.

This happened at Magneto mall, where in a unique way, students of BRAHMAVID THE GLOBAL SCHOOL invited people to participate in NHMMI walkathon 2018.

As a social responsibility Brahmavid the global school organised a health check up camp on 16-09-2018 in collaboration with NHMMI.

Hindi diwas is celebrated on the 14th of September each year. This is because the Constituent Assembly of India declared that Hindi scripted in the Devanagari script is the Republic of India’s official language.

It was a moment of pride for brahmaviders to attend an amazing workshop on hindi language by Mr Gaurav Girija Shukla, where they encountered amazing facts about our national language and were pretty excited to come across those facts.

वक्रतुण्ड महाकाय सुर्यकोटी समप्रभ: निर्विघ्नं कुर्मे देवो सर्व कार्येषु सर्वदा.......

Ganesh Chaturthi is celebrated in the month of Bhadra of the Hindu Calendar. It was the great nationalist leader and freedom fighter, Balgangadhar Tilak who asserted a national identity by making the worship of Lord Ganpati a community celebration.

The school believes in a clean and green country and is concerned for fast degrading environment caused by air and water pollution. therefore kids, teachers and even the support staff of The Brahmavid made the idols of their favorite God Ganesh with non-toxic clay and without any chemical colours

"Nani teri Morni ko moor le gaye baki jo bacha tha kaale chor le gaye!!"

"Dadi Amma Dadi Amma Maan Jao"

These songs were audible the entire day in the Brahmavid campus along with the blessings of the grandparents for their budding blooms.

Grandparents hold the hearts of grandchildren forever, so it was time for our little ones to THANK them for their love, care and warmth. Our tiny Brahmaviders had planned to take their Grandparents on a ride down the Memory Lane on 07 Sep. 2018, and the theme for the celebration was “Golden Era-70’s 80’s Films”, and all the dada Dadi's and Nana Nani's had to dress like their favourite hero - heroine.

The day is dedicated to teachers who play a prominent role in the life of their students. The teachers act as the guide for life, show the path towards success and enrich the personality of their disciples by imparting ethical and academic knowledge. They bring out the untamed talents of their students and sharpen it in order to bring out the best results.

Janmashtami is celebrated with great devotion and heightened spirits throughout the country. It marks the birth anniversary of Lord Krishna who is believed to be an incarnation of Vishnu as per Hindu religion. Children came dressed in, as Krishna and Radha and other colorful outfits, They wore Peacock feathers and decorated matkas and flutes. They won the soul of spectators by dressing in the attire of Krishna, Gopikas and other various characters and enacting their respective roles perfectly.

Janmashtami, the birth of Lord Krishna and Teachers Day was celebrated with great pomp and festivity by the tiny tots of the pre-primary section. Few dressed as Radha - Krishna and few became their favorite teacher, The day was full of excitement and smiles all around.

It was a day when young Brahmavidians turned into little artisans, With creativity and colours, It was a day when the celebration of love between brothers and sisters began, And making the best ‘knot of protection’ was the only plan.

"वीरो ने दे शहादत वतन को आज़ाद किया नमन उन शहीदों को जिन्होंने यह अभिमान दिया”

Gaiety and patriotic fervour marked the 72nd Independence Day by unfurling of the National flag with patriotic zeal by our chief guest Mr. Manoj Shahade

Our Honorable guest, Director, Academic Director and Principal Ma'am addressed students with their engrossing words to develop a zeal in our budding citizens.

The inspiring words of our esteemed Speaker put a light on the role of youth today for bringing a change in the society, also emphasized on the significance of inculcating human values and discipline in the students and about imbibing the qualities of leadership and stressed on the importance of freedom.

Towards the end, Head school development presented her regards to our chief guest Mr. Manoj Shahade and guest of honor Mr.Anurag Nathani for their esteemed presence on the 1st Independence day celebration at The BTGS

The celebration began in the school premises on 14th August ie a day prior to the independence day event. We all were privileged to have esteemed judges to witness and judge the competition along with our Director Mr Pratyush Padarha, Academic Director Mrs Shobha Padarha and Principal Vinita Sharma.

गुरुर्ब्रह्मा गुरुर्विष्णुर्गुरुर्देवो महेश्वरः

गुरु साक्षात परब्रह्मा तस्मै श्रीगुरवे नमः

"The best form of worship of the guru is to follow his teachings, to shine as the very embodiment of his teachings, and to propagate his glory and his message."

The concept of Guru is as old as humanity itself. The word Guru is derived from two Sanskrit words “Gu” and “Ru” of which the former means ignorance and darkness in a person and the latter means someone who removes that darkness from the person, Primarily, Guru means a 'teacher', it is a universal concept based on the idea of transmitting knowledge from a person, who knows something, to an ignorant student or disciple.

In the modern times, we see Guru in the form of a teacher who shares knowledge in the form of education to their students. Whatever be it he serves the role of a guide who takes his/her students to the path of righteousness and makes them good people to live in the society.

“It’s better to be safe than sorry”.

However, we tend to forget this, become careless at times and risk our as well as others lives.

According to WHO’s Global status report on road safety 2015, more than 1.2 million people die each year due to road traffic injuries. Within recent times, there has been a dramatic increase in the number of road accidents involving children.

Mr T.K Bhoi (Traffic Rule Instructor) introduced the guidelines in the current state of play of road safety in our country , explained our juveniles the need of these rules .He demonstrated the signals and signs related to traffic rules in such an interesting manner that everyone will always remember and try to follow them.

“To Kindle and Nurture any kind of relationship efforts needs to be put in by both the ends”.our children made hand made greeting cards for their fathers letting all their emotion flow through the form of art and the parents on behalf wrote slogans for their wards poster which they made for environment day,this is how we celebrated "Father's Day"

Our excited and enthusiastic tiny tots learned the Asanas and enjoyed doing them, it was such a eye candy moment to watch the ‘generation next’ adopt the ancient Form of Art “yoga” and also was amused to know the sanskrit names to the Asanas.

International Yoga Day also called as world Yoga Day, is celebrated on the 21st of June every year ever since its inception in 2015, is a great effort to emphasize the importance of inculcating this ancient Indian art in our lives. It embodies unity of mind and body; thought and action; restraint and fulfilment; harmony between man and nature and a holistic approach to health and well-being.

"To make tomorrow a better place to live in, Let’s Live today in a green way", with these beautiful lines team "Brahmavid" have taken up the project “GREEN

GOOD DEEDS” to save the degradation of environment.Our Kids took a rally around the city to create an awareness in our surrounding.

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