Academic Session: 2021-22

With profound happiness we Team BTGS is ecstatic to Share that VANYA MISHRA of Grade 8 from Brahmavid the Global School stood 2nd in the state ranking in the preliminary round for the first ever Fit India Quiz by Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports on Tuesday 25th Jan. In the next round she will be fighting for state web round champion.

13502 schools participated from more than 659 district across the country.

68 schools and 209 students participated from Chhattisgarh.

The preliminary round of the quiz was conducted by the National Testing Agency, next all rounds will be telecasted on star sports and webcast on multiple social media channels.

The Quiz has prize money of 3.25 crore.

With the 73rd Republic Day of India, the passion and patriotism towards country was captured in a big way. With great enthusiasm students of Grade 1 to 10 opened up their Creative Dimensions with hand made Tri-colours of papercraft and held it high towards the sky. We saw active participation of the students with their astonishing Art and Craft Skills, which made everyone feel proud of our country and students alike.

“The Simplest Acts of kindness are by far more powerful than a thousand heads bowing in prayer. “

And effortless gestures like these can make the day for people around you. A small gift for them makes their month.

Thanking them is a very little gesture of gratitude towards them, keeping this in mind, Brahmavid the Global School Celebrates Joy of giving with the support staff. With a beautiful thought to inculcate the habit of sharing & caring for the people around, teachers of BTGS organised a program with fun games and activities for the support staff on 25th of December. The smile on their faces, brightened the day!

“The human body has been designed to resist an infinite number of changes and attacks brought about by its environment. The secret of good health lies in successful adjustment to changing stresses on the body.”

We gather information from the environment, analyze the situation and we execute the changes to best protect our friends and family. The pandemic period has taught us that the health of our loved ones and self holds the highest priority in our lives.

Brahmavid the Global School organised Vaccination Drive for students on 14th of January.

Following all the COVID19 guidelines of Social Distancing and mandatory masks from the government of India, Students showed up with absolute excitement and enthusiasm for the Drive and brought the event to success.

India is the land where all traditions and festivals across the globe are celebrated with equal and utmost enthusiasm. On 24th of December Brahmavid the Global School witnessed a grand celebration of the last festival of every year. Kids participated in a special assembly with a play presenting the birth of Jesus Christ. To the young kids, the presence of a real Santa Claus made their Christmas eve full of the stories as to how the Santa distributed Chocolates and made their day. Active participation of school Choir and Brahmavid’s dance group with their energetic dance added soul to the day.

“The true blessing of Christmas is not in the gifts we receive, it’s in the family and friends that sits around the tree and makes this festival one of joy and happiness.”

On 24th of December our little Kindergarteners celebrated Christmas with utmost joy and made some of the best memories of their childhood. Little students swayed and twirled with tremendous energy and the presence of Santa caught them by astonishment. With Christmas songs and their giggles during their playtime made the environment lively.

“Laying down under blue skies while eating popcorn and laughing with your best friends sounds like an ideal day out plan and snapping some pictures to save the joyful memories forever”.

Brahmavid the Global School came up with a new style of PICNIC for the Small ones. This was a picnic “outside the class but in the campus”. They were taken to the picnic spot in bus, where they had a great time on the dance floor following with a good play time on the field. A short meal of joy was served to them. The energy and enthusiasm these kids showcased made everyone gape them.


Magic of diversity in team is crucial for every student. It helps them open their minds and widens their area of exploration in the field of knowledge.


Brahmavid the Global School organized an Inter-house Quiz Competition for the students from grade 5th to grade 9th. Great gesture of team work and applications of critical thinking was observed from all the teams.

“The children of today will make the India of tomorrow. The way we bring them up will determine the future of the country,”.


November 14 is celebrated as Children’s Day in our country and the day commemorates the birth anniversary of Jawaharlal Nehru, the first Prime Minister of India. He was known for his affection and love for kids, whom he regarded as the ‘future of the country’ and was fondly called as Chacha Nehru. To mark the importance of this day, our little Brahmaviders celebrated this day with a great bang. Children enjoyed the grand welcoming and enthusiastically participated in the games organised by teachers at school. It was overwhelming seeing the spark of joy in their innocent eyes.

"Music isn’t just a tune, it is a feel.”


BTGS witnessed the Solo Singing Competition for Grade 1-3. Students came up with melodious voices, which in turn attracted the audience and a great support was given from them to our young maestros.

“Song is the expression of soul.”


Confidence is built when the students face the challenges by themselves alone.


Students performed on motivational and devotional songs.

“A child is an uncut diamond.”


Children’s Day is yet another occasion to celebrate childhood, and spread awareness of the rights, care and education of children. Celebrated on 14th November, this day is a tribute to the birth anniversary of Pt Jawaharlal Nehru, independent India’s first Prime Minister, who actively advocated for children’s all-rounded care and education for a better society in future.

World Kindness Day is observed on 13th November and is the perfect time to inspire a child to do something nice for someone known or unknown. Performing acts of kindness improves a child’s overall well-being. Our little BTGS Kids performed a little act of kindness by giving their unused toys and stationery items to their house help. They also fed the birds and the stray animals as a mark of kindness towards them.

World Science Day for Peace and Development, celebrated on every 10th of November highlights the significant role of science in society and the need to engage the wider public in debates on emerging scientific issues. It also underlines the importance and relevance of science in our daily lives.


The students of BTGS prepared projects to honour the day and its ideas. Based on the best use of available resources, with the parameters of social applicability, problem solving, cost effectiveness and relevance, these projects were a great reflection of the creativity of the young minds.

With the aim of nurturing the “Rhythmic Intelligence”, opportunity was presented to students of **Kindergarten with the Solo Singing Competition.**

Every child came up to the stage, with their little classmates cheering for them, sang a song they prepared with the help of teachers and parents and took one amongst the first steps in the journey of a lifetime exploration of themselves, bringing up an astounding event.

The energy and confidence of our Kindergarteners was mind boggling and they did not leave a single stone unturned when it came to match the beats. We could witness the various Multiple intelligences flowing on the stage.

One who expresses one’s self through dance is a dancer. And Such boundless art form presents a platform to students to exercise their true potential.

Students from Grade 3 and Grade 4 have shown sensational enthusiasm on stage of Brahmavid the Global School on 3rd of December in Solo Dance Competition.

"Every day brings a chance for you to draw in a breath, kick off your shoes, and dance."

Grades 5 to 9 showcased their talent and amazing dancing skills in multitudinous forms of dance like classical, contemporary, K-pop and hip-hop. It surely became much more diverse event with dance forms from around the world.

School mates waving and cheering them made the school auditorium peppy.

With profound happiness we the TEAM BTGS is elated to share that Brahmavid The Global School has been all India ranked at 28th position by EW India School Rankings 2021-22 in category “Co-ed- Day cum Boarding School”

EducationWorld(EW) in association with C fore presents the EducationWorld India School Rankings (EWISR) 2021-22.

To compile this data 11,458 sample respondents including - educationists, principals, teachers, SECA (socio-economic category A) parents and senior school students — in 28 cities countrywide were interviewed by 118 C forefield researchers over a period of four months (June-September). The annual EWISR is the world’s largest school ranking survey.

We would like to express our gratitude to all our parents, students, staff members and well-wishers for their constant support and cooperation.

https://www.educationworld.in/ew-india-school-rankings-2021-22/?school=Co-ed%20Day-cum-Boarding%20School

Dancing is one of the basic of all relevant forms of expressions. And when children express themselves with such devotion it shows their progressive holistic growth towards talent.


On 2nd of December at Brahmavid the Global School, great enthusiasm was presented by students of Grade 1 and 2 in Solo Dance Competition.


With "Comedy" as the theme, students showed their amazing skills and their outfits matched to the songs, every performer presented unique personalities.


With audience cheering up to all the beats, it was a cheerful experience.

Diwali is a beautiful festival of lights and colours. People light lamps praying for good health, peace and wisdom. The lighting of a Diya is an important part of prayer and it signifies purity, goodness, good luck and power. Kindergarten children of BTGS added more glitter to this occasion by making attractive wall hangings and diyas using their alluring creativity.

Diwali is the festival of faith and prayers, lights and colours, hopes and joy. The age-old festival is an occasion when we celebrate the triumph of light over darkness, knowledge over ignorance, and good over evil. Each part of the Indian subcontinent celebrates Diwali in their own, very unique way. BTGS brought all the charms from different parts of India in one workshop, where students learnt how to make rangolis and alpana, craftworks, desserts and many more.

1st of November every year is celebrated as Chhattisgarh Rajyotsava (Chhattisgarh Foundation Day). The 5 days festival showcases a cultural extravaganza that depicts culture and tradition of Chhattisgarh and the role of tribes that the state inherits. Our BTGS Kindergarten performed folk dance wearing their traditional attire to represent our rich tribal culture. They used clay to make traditional ornaments as well.

Chhattisgarh, one of the most time-worn states of Central India, has been through a glorious journey since ancient times. From its days as Dakshin Koshal to modern-day Chhattisgarh, it has seen many events, one of which is the day it was carved out of Madhya Pradesh, November 1st, 2000. This year, 01 November is the 21st anniversary of the state, which was celebrated with due respect and devotion in Brahmavid the Global School.

Durga Puja is a famous Hindu festival celebrated with great enthusiasm and zeal in the different states of India. It is believed that this festival exemplifies the victory of good over evil, as Goddess Durga killed the demon Mahishasur.

In Brahmavid, a Garba competition was arranged for the offline students. Online students witnessed and enjoyed the same through their computer screen. This was an occasion where both teachers and students participated with great enthusiasm.

Durga Puja, a major festival of Hinduism, traditionally held for 10 days in the month of Ashvina depicts the victory of the goddess Durga over the demon king Mahishasur. It begins on the same day as Navratri, a nine-night festival in many northern and western states that more broadly celebrates the divine feminine.

Little hands from kindergarten prepared dandiya and played dandiya with their family members in the virtual classroom. It was a grand garba session and the kids enjoyed it. Brahmavid was blessed to have witnessed such enthusiasm in the little ones on such a sacred occasion.

India is a land of holy places, holy rivers, and many religious festivals. Almost every aspect of life is infused with religious gestures, rites, and meanings. India’s most colourful and lively festivals are Navratri and Durga Puja. To celebrate this festival, the students and the teachers of Brahmavid learned different types of traditional dances and performed in the virtual classrooms.

Global Handwashing Day is an annual global advocacy day dedicated to advocating for handwashing with soap as an easy, effective, and affordable way to prevent diseases and save lives.

The 2021 Global Handwashing Day theme is “Our Future is at Hand – Let’s Move Forward Together.”

In the light of the pandemic situation, this day has become of more significance. Brahmavid used Global Handwashing Day as an opportunity to spread the word about handwashing, build sinks and mend tippy taps, and demonstrate the simplicity and value of clean hands.

World Post Day is celebrated each year on October 9, the anniversary of the establishment of the Universal Postal Union in 1874 in the Swiss Capital, Bern. It was declared World Post Day by the UPU Congress held in Tokyo, Japan in 1969. Since then, countries across the world participate annually in the celebrations. The Posts in many countries use the event to introduce or promote new postal products and services.

2021 World Post Day Theme is: Innovate to recover

“When COVID-19 affected all the countries of the world, including the established supply chain infrastructure, the Post still found a way to continue offering services to communities.

It is this innovativeness of Posts, and their resilience in serving communities that brings it all the respect. Brahmavid kids learnt different ways of postal communication, they prepared letter boxes and shared the information with their friends and families. Brahmavid, as a global school, encouraged the students to value the postal services.

"If we are to teach real peace in this world, we shall have to begin with the children" - Mahatma Gandhi

Gandhi Jayanti commemorates the birth anniversary of Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, and it might be the perfect time to talk more about the Father of the Nation to children.

We the teachers of Brahmavid involve our kids in the activities that will help them better understand Gandhi's message of peace, non-violence, and his unflinching regard for truth. Gandhi's most enduring characteristic was his simplicity, which was reflected in his look and attire, which was depicted by the kids in the virtual classroom.

The three monkeys stand for 'SEE no evil, HEAR no evil, and SPEAK no evil'. It is believed that Gandhi owned a statue of the Three Wise Monkeys, a visual metaphor for his message of peace and tolerance. Little kids expressed their views on Gandhi's thought, through mono acting, slogan writing and painting.

POSHAN Abhiyaan is the Government of India's flagship programme to improve nutritional outcomes for children and adolescents.

National Nutrition Mission named as the Hon’ble Prime Minister’s overarching scheme for Holistic Nutrition - POSHAN Abhiyaan was launched as a multi-ministerial convergence mission, with the overarching vision to make India malnutrition free by 2022. In order to ensure community mobilization and bolster people’s participation, every year, the month of September is celebrated as POSHAN Mah across the country. Poshan Abhiyaan overall intends to increase nutritional awareness and responsiveness among mothers of young children, adolescent girls, family members, health care providers (ANM, ASHA, Anganwadi worker) about vital nutrition behaviours.

By ensuring an adequate, healthy diet in infants and young children, we can help them to develop into healthy, productive adults. Good nutrition helps children to grow properly and the strength to play and learn. A key component of optimal nutrition during childhood and beyond is adequate intake of important micro- and macronutrients.

"Grandparents, like heroes, are as necessary to a child’s growth as vitamins."

Grandparents and children have a special connection that helps grandparents live longer, and also make children emotionally resilient. Grandparents Day is an opportunity to treasure this connection and spend some quality family time together.

To give a surprise to their grandparents, the kids learned and prepared cards with hand prints, made their statue with the help of paper cups, pictures by using different shapes and clicked a photograph while sharing it. It was wonderful to see the two generations’ loving moments.

World Environmental Health Day is observed globally on 26th September every year. This day is celebrated to shed light on the important work of environmental health around the world. The Theme for the 2021 Prioritizing Environmental Health for healthier communities in global recovery.

Physical and Mental well-being is the need of this hour for everyone. A session on this topic was conducted by Ms. Shivli Shrivastava in BTGS on hybrid mode for our students of grade 5-10.

Understanding how our bodies and minds work together or against each other strengthens our ability to make positive choices for the health of children in our care.


The broad definition of mental health refers to the well-being of an individual on emotional, social and psychological levels. A person in good mental health can maintain healthy relationships, express a wide range of emotions and manage the difficulties of life and fruitfully can contribute to his /her community.

“Indian Army”- When we utter these two words, our heads bow down with respect and gratitude to their sacrifice and nobility. From the icy terrain of Himalaya to the scorching heat of the desert, they guard us, all day and night without complaint.

The theme of the painting was, “ Swarnim Vijay Varsh '' as the nation commemorates 50 years of its victory in the 1971 war.

A tribute to the fallen heroes of our Armed forces from the 1971 Indo-Pak war or depict war heroes pertaining to any operation after 15 Aug 1947.

BTGS students showcased beautiful paintings to show their love to the armed forces.

भारतीय संविधान ने 14 सितम्बर 1949 में हिंदी को राजभाषा का दर्जा दिया l इसलिए हर साल हम 14 सितम्बर को हिंदी दिवस के रूप में मनाते हैं l इस दिन BTGS में बच्चों को हिंदी दिवस के बारे में तथा हिंदी हमारी राज भाषा है यह बताया गया l हिंदी दिवस के उपलक्ष्य में विद्यार्थियों ने कवि और लेखक लेखिकाओं का वेश धारण किया , सुलेख प्रतियोगिता तथा अक्षर से शब्द बनाना सीखा और व्याकरण पहेली का खेल खेला l

People celebrate Ganesh Chaturthi with a lot of enthusiasm in India. This year it will be celebrated on September 10. Many people bring the idol of Lord Ganesh to their house during this festival.

This remains one of the most widely celebrated festivals in the country, partly because Ganesh is one of the most popular deities for worship. His blessings are often invoked at religious ceremonies as he is the one who can remove all obstacles to success.

Ganesh is depicted with an elephant's head on a human body and in the Hindu tradition, he is the son of Lord Shiva and the Goddess Parvati.

In different grades kids performed different activities like making chocolate Ladoo, making tattoos of Ganpati, Ganesh theme snacks and making Ganesh idols out of snacks. students participated enthusiastically in the class activities to celebrate the occasion.

हिंदी भाषा देश की शान

इसका करें हम सम्मान


कुछ ऐसे ही नारों के द्वारा ब्रह्मविद के छात्रों ने हिंदी दिवस का आभासी समारोह मनाया I छात्रों ने हिंदी भाषा पर आधारित नारा लिखकर अपनी भावना प्रकट की I व्यंग्य चित्र प्रस्तुत कर हिंदी के महत्व को विद्यार्थियों ने समझाने की कोशिश की I छात्रों द्वारा स्वलिखित कविता के माध्यम से हिंदी की विशेषता का बखान किया गया I आकर्षित विज्ञापन के द्वारा हिंदी दिवस समारोह संगोष्ठी के लिए आमंत्रण पत्र भी तैयार किया I गौरतलब है कि भारत में हर साल 14 सितंबर को हिंदी दिवस मनाया जाता है क्योंकि इसी दिन 14 सितंबर 1949 को भारत की संविधान सभा ने हिंदी भाषा को आधिकारिक भाषा के रूप में अपनाया था। तब से, हिंदी भाषा को सम्मान देने हेतु हिंदी दिवस मनाया जाता है।

Nutrition for children is based on the same core principle as nutrition for adults. The key to proper nutrition is a healthy and balanced diet, exercise, and a conducive lifestyle.


To inculcate the habit of healthy eating and make students aware of different tastes, shape, colour, nutrition value, the Kindergarten teachers of Brahmavid planned a week-long menu with different types of food like- fruits, dry fruits, soup, salad in the virtual class and celebrated National Nutrition Week.

Ganesh Chaturthi is the day when Hindus celebrate one of the most popular deities, Lord Ganesh.

On this occasion through a virtual classroom, Kindergarten kids made beautiful little Ganesha with clay, dough and flower petals.

The most important person behind the success of a student is his or her Teacher. Without the help and guidance of teachers, students would not know and understand how to go about their lives. Teacher’s Day is celebrated on the fifth of September as it is the birth anniversary of India’s former President, Dr Radhakrishnan. He was a person who loved and adored children. Teachers leave a significant impact on each person’s life. They help you, motivate you, and guide you to become the best version of yourself.

Brahmaviders made cards, flowers for their teachers and shared the bonding and love for them.

Indian Nutrition Week is observed each year from first September to seventh September to make individuals mindful of the significance of nourishment for the human body and well-being.

Each grade celebrated the National Nutrition Day in a different manner, few enjoyed having healthy food in class and others got aware about the nutrition value, facts, balanced diet and truth and myth about the food products.

The largest celebration of this Hindu festival takes place in Mathura and Vrindavan, where Lord Krishna is believed to have been born and spent his growing up years, respectively. Since He was born at midnight, devotees observe a fast and sing devotional songs for him as the clock strikes twelve. As a part of the ritual, statues of baby Krishna are washed and placed for worship. Devotees then break their fast and share food and sweets.

Our BTGS children did activities in the classroom like depicting Krishna's story based on respect, love, share and many more beautiful phases of Krishna's life.

International Tribal day is celebrated to promote and protect the rights of the indigenous population. The Indigenous population are the ones who reside in the forest lands and sustain themselves with local resources. There are around five percent Indigenous populations in the world. Besides the usage of natural resources, the Indigenous population also conserves them. The conservation measures of the tribe or the indigenous people can prove to be helpful for conservationists around the globe.

With the integrated classroom activities, kids get awareness about different types of tribal dance, their clothes and living style.

One of the incredible art forms is photography. There are those personal photos that we all love and cherish, but there are also photos that tell a story. They tell us about significant periods of time or enable us to learn more about the planet. After all, they do say that a picture is worth one thousand words, right?

The soft click of the camera, a flash of light and a moment in time captured forever. Maybe digitally, maybe on film, the medium is never as important as the memory or moment caught. A group of people, a sunset, or even a fish jumping out of the water, a photograph is a way to feel the emotion and context of that exact moment.

Celebrate that, on this picturesque Photography Day!

BTGS kids learnt the different types of professional photography, about professional gadgets and apps and how to make it attractive and interesting.

The National Handloom Day is observed annually on 7th August to honour the handloom weavers and highlight India’s handloom industry.

The handloom sector is a symbol of the country’s glorious cultural heritage and an important source of livelihood in the country. The sector is key to women empowerment as over 70% of handloom weavers and allied workers are women.

BTGS students celebrated the day with an integrated activity conducted by the social science teacher, where they got aware of different weaving patterns belonging to different states, it's value, importance and different types of fibres used for the purpose.

Raksha Bandhan is an Indian celebration of sisterly and brotherly respect and love. It’s the sweetest bonding that starts from childhood and is celebrated every year with love and care.

Our Little birdies with their little hand prepared beautiful Rakhis for their siblings with limited material, the activity was done in the classroom and with some help, they could make the super expensive Rakhi which was full of love, care and happiness.

Embrace your inner goddess this Teej. Happy Hartalika Teej to all!

Females dress up in traditional clothes, and the colour green is a popular theme, as suggested by the name, Hariyali Teej. The colour green is a representation of the monsoon season, which is responsible for increasing greenery all around. Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati are worshipped on this day.

Both married and unmarried women fast on this day. An important ritual of Hariyali Teej is applying henna on hands.

BTGS Mother’s participated in a fancy dress competition by wearing green attire and jewellery which was made up of flower, paper, fruits, dry fruits.

Embrace your inner goddess this Teej. Happy Hartalika Teej to all!

Females dress up in traditional clothes, and the colour green is a popular theme, as suggested by the name, Hariyali Teej. The colour green is a representation of the monsoon season, which is responsible for increasing greenery all around. Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati are worshipped on this day.

Both married and unmarried women fast on this day. An important ritual of Hariyali Teej is applying henna on hands.

BTGS Mother’s participated in a fancy dress competition by wearing green attire and jewellery which was made up of flower, paper, fruits, dry fruits.

BTGS believes in inculcating NATIONAL values in the students. Students expressed their feeling of gratitude and love towards the country by singing patriotic songs, dancing, acting and making cards.

Let’s salute our great nation on this Independence Day! We all should feel grateful for the freedom we have and the nation we were born into. Jai Hind!

Let us take some time to value our nation and remember and pay tribute to the sacrifices of those who gave us freedom- our freedom fighters, our soldiers, our heroes of the nation, they are the reason we are still alive, and we will never forget their sacrifice. May our spirits rise with the flag today! To show their gratitude towards the nation, the kids performed several activities in a virtual classroom and celebrated the day .

Happy Independence Day!

Teacher's Effort During Online Classes | Part II

Having a best friend by your side is one of the best gifts you can ever get from God.

True friendship is a way of being mutually loving to each other. It's that transparent and lucid bond between two people where both of them are able to share every subtle thing cooking inside the mind even if it is not worth it.

International Friendship day is celebrated around the world to create awareness and encourage and instill a sense of friendship in every relationship. People take up variant forms of greeting their best friends, some of which include friendship day essays, wishes, messages, parties, gifts, and many more.

Our tiny tots also shared a beautiful gesture for his/her best friends and made a friendship band, greeting card with the help of teachers and parents.

It was a pleasure watching them make bands for their friends and with this beautiful activity, they celebrated friendship day.

Guru Purnima is celebrated to rejoice the ‘Guru Shishya Parampara’. BTGS believes in inculcating traditional values in the students. Students expressed their feeling of gratitude and love for their beloved teachers through posters, poems, and cards.

Teachers of BTGS are receiving a lot of appreciations from students as well as parents. Passion, hard work and determination shown by our teachers have rewarded them through appreciation notes shared during online classes by students and parents which motivate our teachers.

On 29th of July students of G-KG celebrated International Tiger Day.

On 29th of July students of G1- G7 celebrated International Tiger Day. Tigers are one of the most endangered species on this earth. Students made different projects to raise awareness among our society and help promote the conservation of tigers.

The tiny little hands are always reaching out to grab everything they see. This is a part of their development process as kids, but, it is not quite safe for them to come in contact with everything they see. Therefore, inculcating healthy habits from a young age is important to ensure that, the children remain safe and healthy. So, the little sailors of Brahmavid are spreading the awareness by showcasing their healthy routine, which they follow to be fit and healthy. The teachers also took initiative in explaining to them the importance of being clean through a short story.

28th July is observed as World Nature Day. This day acknowledges that a healthy environment is the foundation of a stable and healthy society. To ensure the well-being of the present and the future generation, children took an oath to be responsible human beings and help in safeguarding the environment around them.

Mango tops the list of our favourite fruit and National Mango Day is celebrated on July 22nd to appreciate this delicious fruit. Our BTGS students relished this juicy fruit by preparing some mango dishes, shakes thus making this day special.

Tokyo Olympics 2020 has been scheduled from 23rd July to 5th September 2021 and It is necessary to cheer our Indian athletes to show our support as one voice of the nation in these unprecedented times.

In this regard, the Sports Authority of India(SAI), Indian Olympics Association (IOA), CBSE, have jointly decided to organize a nationwide campaign to create awareness about the Olympics with a focus on the participation of Indian Athletes in Tokyo Olympics 2020. The campaign includes Quiz on the Olympics “Road to Tokyo 2020”.

To show our enthusiasm, Brahmavid students and teachers participated in it, and few who got lucky were declared winners. Here goes the list....

1) Pranshu Yadav Grade - 7.

2) Aanya Jain Grade - 7.

3) Himanshu Yadav Grade - 4.

4) Anupam Verma - Sports Co-ordinator.

5) Shweta Sharma - Sanskrit Teacher.

The Winner received a team India Jersey from the government of India with a participation certificate and other participants received a participation certificate.

Van Mahotsav is celebrated for encouraging tree plantation. Our BTGS nature lovers nurtured their indoors with greenery by making posters, headgears and tree handprints. To mark the importance of this day, teachers dressed as a tree and explained to the little ones the importance of trees. The celebration was an ideal opportunity to instill the value of social responsibility amongst children towards safeguarding trees and forest cover.

* Please ignore the mirror image it's due to the screenshots.

“We can learn alot from trees; they are grounded but never stop reaching heavenward”

To make our young minds aware about the importance of trees and their existence, we have conducted integrated class activities on Van Mahotsav day which included poem recitation(Gr 1), Storytelling (Gr 2) and Painting/Model making (Gr 3 & 4). The students participated enthusiastically in all the activities and shared their thoughts on how we can save trees and nature. They recited poems portraying a tree and using innovative props. The storytelling session taken by the teachers connected the students with their real life experiences. At the end, we all took a pledge to take care of the environment. It was really fun learning.

The International Plastic Free Day is a great opportunity to spread the word that a plastic bag-free world is possible and also, environmental friendly alternatives to single-use plastic bags are available.

KG teachers and children took initiative to celebrate the day with an activity where kids wrapped sweets for gifts using paper, they substituted plastic with paper. A great initiative was taken by the little ones.

National Postal Worker Day on July 1st recognizes the postal workers all across the nation and encourages us to show our appreciation towards them. Our BTGS kids have put their effort into honoring the numerous men and women who work consistently and diligently to deliver our mails to our dear ones.

National Doctors’ Day is celebrated to recognize the contributions of our dear doctors who work day in and out to serve mankind. To mark the importance of this day let us join our hands and express our gratitude towards our supportive doctors for serving us with happiness and curing our ailments away.

" Be less curious about people and more curious about ideas."

To promote inquisitiveness among students and to inculcate scientific temper in them is the pivotal role of the Science Club. Two days session was conducted for the students to hone their skills in relation to science. Our future scientists learned to make homemade thermometers in hand.

They participated in these exciting hands-on activities, which enabled them to think critically and creatively.

"Let us unleash the creative potential within us"

Art, Craft and Design club is initiated to strike a balance between academic and creative pursuits. We believe that hobbies not only promote imaginative skills, but also hone our learner's artistic skills. During their two-day session, students learned amazing hand embroidery tricks, woolen flower making with cotton buds, making a bunny with a towel and paper and napkinTeddy Bear.

Students were seen in full enthusiasm, discovering their potential and manifesting their talents.

Gardening is a refreshing as well a fun activity for children. Our BTGS Kindergartener were nicely dressed like gardeners during the class. They had a wonderful hands-on experience of sowing seeds in their small pots and giving life to seeds. Each of them actively participated in making our environment greener. To show their feeling of gratitude they made beautiful cards for the nurserymen who are making our surroundings colourful and healthier for living.

Fitness plays an important role in the life of every Bramavider.To foster the importance of a fit mind in a fit body, like every year, this year too we celebrated World Yoga Day. All the Brahmaviders took an active part and promised to make Yoga an essential part of their life. Celebration of World Music Day added soul to the day.

Celebrating fitness(for body) and music(for mind) together was magical.

"Small acts, when multiplied by millions of people, can transform the world."

The first week of June, Brahmaviders were induced with love for Mother Earth as we celebrated World Environment Week.

Students were brought face to face with challenges caused by human conduct and were made aware of ways and means to safeguard a green tomorrow. They were introduced to various medicinal plants, eco-friendly travel ideas, and litterless meals during the week to make them responsible for their environment.

It was very pleasing to see the little efforts shared by them to protect the planet.

Hats off to our Teachers at BTGS..... for their EFFORT by devoting their Time, Energy and Creativity to make the online class INTERACTIVE, INFORMATIVE and INTERESTING.

Teachers are making informative backdrops, interesting teaching aids and motivating rewards for students. Online classes have given teachers the opportunity to show their affection and care for each student of their class though they are distance away.

The connectivity of teacher and student is appreciable. Here are glimpses of few such BTGS TEACHER'S EFFORT

World Environment Day is celebrated on the 5th of June every year. To mark the importance of this day, our little BTGS Kindergarteners celebrated week-long activities for environment awareness, wherein various activities were designed to spread the message of saving the environment. Teachers conducted special assemblies by showing presentations and videos to help the students understand the role that nature plays in our lives. Our little nature lovers through various online activities gave their best performances through their talent and justified the theme of this year "ECOSYSTEM RESTORATION".

Fitness plays an important role in the life of every Bramavider.To foster the importance of a fit mind in a fit body, like every year, this year too we celebrated World Yoga Day. All the Brahmaviders took an active part and promised to make Yoga an essential part of their life. Celebration of World Music Day added soul to the day. Celebrating fitness(for body) and music(for mind) together was magical.

Yoga happens beyond the mat. Anything you do with attention to how you feel is doing Yoga". Yoga is an invaluable gift of India's ancient tradition. It embodies unity of mind and body. It is not about exercise but to discover the sense of oneness within self, world and nature. On 13.06.2021 an online session was attended by all the mothers of Brahmaviders. This gave them an opportunity to sit down, take a deep breath, and gear up for some much-deserved me-time. Many of them participated and enjoyed the fruit of this ancient art handed down to us.

This year’s World Day Against Child Labour focuses on action taken for the 2021 International Year for the Elimination of Child Labour. It is the first World Day since the universal ratification of the ILO’s Convention No. 182 on the Worst Forms of Child Labour and takes place at a time when the COVID-19 crisis threatens to reverse years of progress in tackling the problem.

Brahmavid the Global School conducted Poster making with Slogan writing for Grade 9th & 10th and an Extempore for the students of Grade 6th to 8th. Students threw light on the pace of progress towards ending Child Labour. This brought awareness regarding this social issue and students were motivated to be socially responsible.

Brahmavid the Global School is happy to announce the selection of Ms Anannya Agrawal - Grade 5 for the journalism program. This selection process conducted nationwide out of which only 21 children are selected ( refer to the Map and the list). Ananya proudly represents Raipur, Chhattisgarh.

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The program will engage and empower young India with Digital Media Skills to mentor a generation of content creators who are creative, compassionate, and ethical.

Youth Say an online workshop will mentor students to learn the basics of broadcast journalism and Electronic News Gathering (ENG). Students will produce their own news stories, debate shows, chat shows, podcasts, feature videos and more news bulletin from script to screen from the comfort of their homes.

Learn - Create - Contribute! -An Online Digital Media Production Program

LEARN digital media production

CREATE compelling short videos

CONTRIBUTE by speaking up on issues that impact young India

8th of June is World Ocean Day students were initiated to discuss the impact of human actions on the oceans and underwater creatures. They shared their opinions on how sustainable management of the world's oceans can be created. There were many activities done and information shared. Children were marvelled at the hidden mysteries of deep oceans.

World Food Safety Day is celebrated on 7th June aiming to draw attention and to inspire action towards food security, human health, economic prosperity etc. This year’s theme is ‘Safe food today for a healthy tomorrow’. Our students had very enriching moments knowing the importance of not just healthy but safe food. They were involved in role plays and made videos/PPT's, the day was fun and informative.

On 5th of June BTGS observed World Environment Day. This year’s theme being ‘Ecosystem Restoration’ we sensitized our students through various activities to focus on resetting our relationship with nature. They were encouraged to play their part to reduce pollution and plant more trees. In their twinkling promising eyes, one could visualise a better tomorrow.

On June 1st, students of KG-G4, celebrated 21st World Milk Day to understand the importance of milk as a wholesome source of nutrients. They relished a glassful of milk and learnt how it can be turned into something more delicious and joyful.

“You can’t use up creativity. The more you use, the more you have”

Art is a diverse range of human activities involving creative thinking. Art enables us to discover our potential. This brought us to have few excellent art sessions for our students. They were initiated into Clay Modeling, Mandala Art, Best out of waste, Gift Wrapping, Texture Painting.

Children from various grades participated in it most enthusiastically and our blooming artisans created great artworks.

Summer Camp 2021-22 presented Mother's and Guardian's of BTGS wards an opportunity to have a gala time. They attended 7 day-long series of workshops such as Gems Galore | Art of expression | Brain Games | Desi Art | Wonder Women Workout | Fun with Dance.........this was a ME TIME for them. Mothers and guardians enthusiastically participated in the session. The activity engrossed all participants and helped their hidden talents reflect in their artistry. They enjoyed spending an hour each day for themselves and seemed excited too. It rarely does happen when teachers and parents come together, not for their wards but for themselves.

“Dance is the hidden language of our soul.”

Brahmavid the global school always stands out and tries to fulfill all social, ethical, academic, and non-academic responsibilities towards the students. On the second day of the first virtual Summer Camp by BTGS, kids were thrilled with the anticipation of experiencing something new. They swayed and twirled with tremendous energy and grace. Their imagination took a flight when they heard the peppy music. Here are some memories of the merry hour.

आईना दिखाने का साहस है मुझमें, सच के लिए मैं उसकी जीत हूँ। “हाँ मैं एक पत्रकार हूँ।”

किस खबर को किस तरह प्रस्तुत करें कि लोगों तक समाज , नगर और देश के विकास की आवाज़ पहुंचे, यही है एक पत्रकार का गुण I पेज 3 की खबर हो या सीमा पर लड़ रहे सैनिकों के साथ खड़े होकर वहाँ की स्थिति से नागरिकों को अवगत करना, बड़े सहज और साहस के साथ हमारे डैशिंग रिपोर्टर करते है I ऐसे गुणों का प्रदर्शन हमारे ब्रह्मविदर्स ने अपने गतिविधि ‘रॉकिंग खबर डैशिंग रिपोर्टर के संग” में किया I इन नन्हें पत्रकारों में भविष्य के महान पत्रकारों की झलक साफ दिखाई दी I

“You can’t use up creativity. The more you use, the more you have”

Art is a diverse range of human activities involving creative thinking. Art enables us to discover our potential. This brought us to have few excellent art sessions for our students. They were initiated into Clay Modeling, Mandala Art, Best out of waste, Gift Wrapping, Texture Painting.

Children from various grades participated in it most enthusiastically and our blooming artisans created great artworks.

“Do something good every day”.

That is the fitness mantra of the Brahmaviders and to make it true we do more in less.

A ‘Fab and Fit’ session is a combination of challenges, workouts and games to involve our kids to work on the precious thing of life called fitness.

Brahmaviders participated enthusiastically in all the activities. Here are some moments caught on the camera.

" कल्पना शक्ति हमें असीमित बना देती है , आनंदपूर्ण गतिविधि रचनात्मक हो जाती है "

पहेली, मनोरंजन का महत्वपूर्ण साधन है I पहेलियों से ना केवल मनोरंजन होता है अपितु बौद्धिक क्षमता का भी विकास होता है I प्रस्तुत गतिविधि में छात्रों द्वारा बेहतर प्रदर्शन दिया गया I ब्रह्मविदर्स ने अपनी तार्किक क्षमता , शब्द ज्ञान, समस्या समाधान कौशल का अद्भुत उदाहरण प्रस्तुत किया I इतना ही नहीं विद्यार्थियों ने अनुपयोगी वस्तुओं का हिंदी भाषा के साथ समन्वय कर अपनी कल्पना को मूर्त रूप भी दियाI

"Taking care of the mind is equally important as taking care of the body.”

We stretched our body and brain and had a wonderful session with Grade 1 children, wherein we have enjoyed a lot by exercising our brain. Children worked on improving their neurological functions.

The activity focused upon the Visual, Auditory, and Kinesthetic senses using movement

Plant and animal cells are two science concepts that don’t really lend themselves to experiments. However, they are perfect for making models to represent science. Cooking with friends was not only fun; it taught the young chefs responsibility, nutritional value and provided sensory and tactile learning experiences. There are many different mouth-watering recipes to make an edible cell model. Pizza is one of the most popular food items around the world today, so it best serves the purpose of generating the interest of students in cooking. The young chefs collected all the ingredients needed and learned to make an edible model of plant and animal cells that looked as incredible as it tasted delicious.

7th of April is recognized as World Health Day. It is celebrated as a global health awareness day.

Therefore to spread the awareness students of kindergarten have showcased few healthy habit wearing the health badge.