BRCM Public School, Bahal

BRCM Public School, Bahal, aims to inculcate modern teaching methodologies keeping in tune with the ancient “Gurukul” system. The school ensures development of character, social awareness and other extracurricular activities, along with high standard education. The well stocked library and the science labs help the students learn in a more interesting method.

Facts
Name of the School BRCM Public School, Bahal
Board affiliated to CBSE (Central Board of Secondary Education)
Location / Contact Details Gyankunj, Bahal – 127 028,District Bhiwani, Haryana, India

Phone: (01255) 265128, 265228, 9992206600

Fax: (01255) 265128

Email: infogyankunj@brcm.edu.in

Type
  • Private (managed by Ballaram Hanumandas Charitable Trust)
  • Co-educational
  • Day boarding cum residential
Medium of Instruction English
Admission Procedure The academic session of the institute starts on 1st April and ends on 31st March next year. Candidates have to fill in registration forms. Eligible candidates have to qualify in a written admission test, followed by a personal interview. The written test is conducted for Hindi, English, Mathematics, and General Knowledge. (For higher classes examination on General Science can also be taken). The result of the examination is declared on the same day. Parents need to complete the formalities regarding the admission within three days after declaration of the result.
Fee Structure For 2012 – 2013 session:

  • Admission fee – INR 1,200
  • Prospectus & Registration fee – INR 500
  • Caution Money – INR 1,500
  • Annual Charges – INR 1,800
  • Miscellaneous fee – INR 100
  • Development charges (for new students) – INR 3,000
  • Development charges (for old students) – INR 1,500
  • Tuition fee (III to X) – INR 600 per month
  • Tuition fee (XI and XII) – INR 600 per month
Extracurricular Activities The school ensures learning beyond the academic bounds, in order to make the entire process of learning more interesting. The institute promotes aptitude through various literary, cultural and social activities. Some of the activities enjoyed by the students are as follows:

  • Debates
  • Music concerts
  • Dramatics
  • Science Quest
  • Quiz
  • Seminars
  • Festival celebration
  • Celebration of important day
  • Workshops
  • Excursions
  • Tours & Treks

Some of the sports and adventurous activities offered by the school are -

  • Judo
  • Scout & Guides
  • Nature club
  • Adventure club
  • Basketball
  • Handball
  • Throw ball
  • Volleyball
  • Cross Country
  • Table Tennis
Awards The school recognizes meritorious students through annual prize distribution. Students showing outstanding performance in different academic subjects, sports or extracurricular activities are awarded.
Established in the Year 1987
Website http://www.brcm.edu.in/gyankunj/

The school integrates various life skills with the academic curriculum and continuously reforms the teaching methodologies, in order to make the education more child-centric. The curriculum in the primary level is set in such a way that it would develop the children’s creativity, independent thinking, communication, and motor skills. Along with modern education, a child becomes caring, well balanced, principled, disciplined, open minded, and reflective. The curriculum in the middle level aims to develop social and intellectual development within a child. Emphasis is also given on extracurricular activities, apart from the academic challenges. In the senior level, the curriculum is more occupational based, getting reformed and evaluated from time to time under an expert.

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