• All students must be punctual. Students who commute by their own transport should arrive at school 5 minutes before the first bell. Once the school gate is closed, students will not be allowed to enter.
  • School uniform is compulsory on all days and at all school functions. Students must wear the prescribed uniform, exactly matching the colour and pattern mentioned.
  • Students should come to school clean and tidy with trimmed hair. Use of hair gel is not allowed.
  • They should bring their text books, note books, etc as per the day’s time table. Name, Class/Section of the students should be written on their belongings.
  • It is compulsory for the student to carry the Chronicle and Identity Card daily to the school.



  • Though a school can do a lot for a child, it cannot do everything. The home is a place where the student gets his first education and training in citizenship. It is the foundation place where his/her character is formed and developed.
  • School education indeed promotes the growth of personality and helps to discover and develop the qualities that are in the child. In order to possess the best of education, maximum co-operation between the parents and the school authorities is necessary.
  • The school desires to have your co-operation and close contact with the teacher of your child in order to develop an atmosphere that is conducive for better and more effective education. This chronicle is one of the links that bridges the home and the school. It is an effective medium for parent-teacher contact.
  • Parents should carefully fill in the students’ personal details page in duplicate at the beginning of the academic session. Change of residence or phone number should be notified to the school-office immediately.
  • Parents are earnest recommended to look into the chronicle everyday, see the lessons homework assigned for the following day are done. Remarks made in the chronicle should be seen and counter- signed regularly.
  • Your child should be encouraged to cultivate habitual cleanliness in all work.
  • Absence of your child from class for attending social functions is discouraged because it delays the child’s progress and minimizes his/her interest in regular school work.
  • Children should do their homework by themselves. They should not be helped by parents or tutors unless they really need it. It is important that the children develop the habit of studying and working by themselves.
  • Criticism of staff should be avoided in the presence of the child because it undermines his/her respect for the staff and the school. If you have a legitimate complaint, please meet the Principal.
  • Parents are not allowed to see their children or meet the teachers during school hours.
  • As the medium of instruction is English, children should be helped to follow their classes easily by a certain amount of regular conversations in this language at home also.
  • Please see that your ward carries text/exercise books according to the timetable of the day. No extra books are advised to carry with them.
  • Kindly ensure that he/she prepares well for tests and examinations.
  • Encourage your ward to take a balanced interest in studies, co-curricular activities and sports.
  • Children should not bring crackers, colours, transistors, cameras, video-cameras, calculators, mobile phones or any objectionable item to the school. This is liable to expulsion of a student from the school. Expensive articles should not be carried to school.
  • Your ward should be instructed to be careful about his/her possessions. There should be a name-tag on blazers and sweaters.
  • If your ward is absent from school. He/she must make up for all the work , he/she has missed.
  • Any communication made by the Parent/Guardian should be addressed to the Principal through the Class Teacher and all correspondence from school to the parents will be by the Principal.
  • The parents/guardians are requested to go through the progress report of the student very carefully at every P.T.M before signing it.
  • You are requested to maintain close contact with the school through the Chronicle, attend all the P.T.M/ Orientation Medium /School functions and take keen interest in the overall development of your ward.
  • No child will be allowed to leave the premises before the school is over. You are requested not to make any social or medical appointments during the school hours.
  • You are requested not to send sick students to school even on test/assessment days, especially if their illness is contagious, like conjunctivitis, chickenpox, measles, etc.
  • Parents must inform the school, if their ward is having any chronic disease like Asthma, Epilepsy, Rheumatic heart disease, etc. along with the treatment and the name of medicines prescribed by the doctor.
  • No application for changing of section of the student on parents request shall be acknowledged during the session. The school administration’s decision will be final.
  • Parents are required not to enter the class room to see their child or teacher during school hours without the permission of the Principal.
  • Parents are requested not to interfere in the internal management of the school to maintain school discipline. However, any suggestion in writing is always welcomed by the management.


  • The Class Tests and Weekly Tests are compulsory for all the classes and students are not allowed to remain absent on any ground other than being medically unfit or any other valid reason.
  • Any student remaining absent for any test without sanction of leave will be awarded “0” marks.
  • Students absent from weekly tests with Sanctioned Leave will be allowed to appear for those tests on payment of Rs. 25/- per subject. Details will be announced later.
  • Syllabus of these tests shall be decided by the subject teachers and announced at least one week in advance.
  • For Classes VI to VIII, 20% of the Test marks will be added to their Annual Marks.
  • In general, W.T. note books will be checked and returned by subject teachers within a fortnight. In case if delay, students & parents should bring it to the notice of Class Teacher/Rep/HMs/Principal.
  • 2 Weekly Tests, 25 marks each, (all compulsory) will be conducted in the session. If a child misses a Weekly Test, he can appear for it during the Re-Test/Improvement Cycle on a payment of Rs. 25/-, provided he/she is a leave granted case. ‘Zero’ marks will be awarded to students coming in the ‘Leave Not Granted’ category.
  • 20% weightage of these 100 marks will be taken while preparing the Final Assessment in each subject.
  • For classes IX & X 4 Formative Tests will be conducted in each subject – 2 from April-Sept. and the next from Oct-Jan. Refer to W.T. Schedule.


  1. No leave of absence is granted except on prior written application from parents or guardians and even then for a plausible reason only.
  2. A student returning to school after suffering from an infection or contagious disease should produce a Doctor’s certificate permitting him to do so. Student suffering from the following disease must observe the prescribed period of quarantine before returning the class.
    1. Chicken Pox               :    Till complete falling of Scabs.
    2. Cholera                        :    Till the Child is completely well.
    3. Measles                        :    Two weeks after the rush disappears.
    4. Mumps                          :   Until the selling has gone. About 10-15days.
  3. Those absent without sanctioned leave will be fined at the rate of Rs. 10/- per day.
  4. Absence for more than three days immediately after a vacation renders the student liable to have his/her name struck off the rolls, if prior permission has not been availed.
  5. It is compulsory for the students to complete 80% of their attendance in the year to make them eligible to sit for their examination.

    Criteria for 100% attendance –

  • To be present on all working days.
  • Child availing Half Day or Short leave on more than one day does not fall in this category.
  • Awarded with 100% Attendance Badges.


  • All students securing above 90% (A1 in all 5 main subjects) at Class X Board Exam, granted admission in C1 XI (all Internal & External Students) are awarded a Scholarship of Rs. 6000/- annually.
  • School education indeed promotes the growth of personality and helps to discover and develop the qualities that are in the child. In order to possess the best of education, maximum co-operation between the parents and the school authorities is necessary.
  • Internal students are also felicitated with a Golden Plaque in the Annual Function for this achievement.
  • Need cum Merit Scholarships are awarded to Meritorious students as per criteria.
  • Economically poor students are granted scholarships as per criteria.
  • Physically Handicapped and Parent less Children are granted scholarships as per criteria.


Students studying in BNG International School are required to obey the following rules- (Ignorance of the rules will not be accepted as an excuse to get away with the resultant punishment/penalty.)

  1. Students must be neatly dressed up in the prescribed school uniform; their nails should be clean and trimmed regularly.
  2. Boys are not allowed to wear long hair and have a hair cut regularly.
  3. At the sound of the school bell, all students are required to assemble for Morning Prayer. After the prayer, they should move silently to their respective classrooms in an orderly manner. In the absence of the class teacher, the monitor of the class shall be responsible for maintaining order and discipline.
  4. All students are expected to show respect towards teachers at all times. When the teacher enters or leaves the classroom, they should get up and wish the teacher.
  5. At the beginning or end of a class period, all students going from one class to another shall move in silence under the supervision of the monitor of the class.
  6. Strict silence shall be observed in the verandahs and corridors during the school hours. Likewise, strict silence shall be observed in the auditorium, at the time of any function or gathering.
  7. It is strictly forbidden to write or draw on the school walls or furniture. Any kind of damage done to the school property shall be made good by the students concerned.
  8. No jewellery/make-up of any kind is allowed to be worn by the students.
  9. Wastepaper, orange skins, banana peels, etc, must be thrown in wastepaper bins and not on the floor or the ground.
  10. Students should always be friendly to others in and out of school.
  11. Students should avoid vulgarity in talk/behaviour.
  12. Students should accept whatever work is assigned to them as their rightful share and face difficulties courageously.
  13. Students should always be ready to lend a helping hand at home to their parents, brothers and sisters.
  14. Students should never cheat or be unfair at play and should be truthful whatever the cost may be.
  15. They should stand up when any teacher or visitor comes to talk to them during the class.
  16. Students are expected to join the school on the notified date after the vacation.
  17. Children coming late to school will not be allowed to attend classes and they will be sent back.
  18. Absence from school must be supported by an application for leave written by the parent/ guardian.
  19. If the absence is due to illness and exceeds more than three days, a doctor’s certificate should accompany the leave application.
  20. After the dispersal of the school, do not loiter on the way or go to your friend’s home. Go home straight.


  1. For all round development of a child, students are placed in any one of the four school houses viz. BUDDHA, MAHAVIRA, AGRASENA and TERESA.
  2. During Wednesday/Activity day, students are required to wear their respective house uniforms.
  3. Each house is headed by a house captain.
  4. All the staff members are also divided into the four houses and one of them will be appointed the House Warden from each house.
  5. House competitions in Sports, Dramatics, Poem recitation, Debates, Quiz, Art and Music will be conducted as per the schedule and the students are required to participate in them according to the requirements and their abilities.


  1. The library is the nodal point of any educational institution. Treat it with respect and reverence.
  2. It is a place where you must concentrate on the selection of books and other reading material.
  3. Do not use the library period to sit and chat. Remember when you talk, you disturb others who use the library to gain knowledge.
  4. Make optimum use of the library period by looking into the various sections of the books, magazines and new arrivals.
  5. Train yourself to treat the library period as a time which you will use to enrich the mind.
  6. Kindly ensure that each book is kept safely in its proper shelf.
  7. Return books promptly.
  8. The students are not allowed to write any comments on books.
  9. Students are advised not to tear/damaged books. In case, it is found, they will be penalised.
  10. Students who misbehave will not be allowed to use the library facilities. No books will be issued to such students.
  11. Handle books with care.

Parents Testimonial

  • I express my sincere gratitude to each faculty member for enthusiasing different aspects of my son life through
    extracurricular activities going through all the year in the school. I found BNG Int. School a wonderful platform for my ward where he is being nurtured through various extracurricular activities like Yoga, Karate, Craft and Dance.

    - (Mrs. Bhawna Jain)

  • I would like to Thank BNG Int. School for providing a stress free environment to the students.
    We find that BNG is a place for our wards where the staff is cooperative, friendly and go out of their way to help students as well as the parents.

    - (Mr. Vipul Gupta)

  • I am fortunate that my son is getting exactly what he needs in near future in BNG Int. School.
    I am satisfied with the activity based teaching pattern which is being followed in BNG.

    - (Mr. Shashi Singh)

  • I am quite impressed to see the discipline as well as the hygienic atmosphere of the school.

    (Mrs. Anuradha Bhatnagar)

  • I am fortunate that my daughter is getting exactly what he needs in near future in BNG Int. School.

    (Mr. Giridutt Mehta)

  • I am satisfied with the activity based teaching pattern which is being followed in BNG.

    (Mrs. Rena Bansal)

  • I am quite impressed to see the discipline as well as the hygienic atmosphere of the school.

    (Mr. Vijesh Kumar)

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