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A PHENOMENAL EXPERIENCE IN FURTHERANCE OF QUALITY EDUCATION OVER THE LAST TWO DECADES

Learning for versatility – A relentless Endeavour

Dear Students/ Parents,
To communicate with our school, please email your queries to:

isc@thebges.edu.in

Or send written Whatsapp query (no calls) on:

+919748702372

Vice Principal
The Bhawanipur Gujarati Education Society School (ISC)

5 Lala Lajpat Rai Sarani, 3rd Floor, Kolkata 700020

Phone: 033 4019-5530 / 31 / 32

Covid Times

Christmas and New Year is here students but Covid is still very much there.

Let us all wisely bid farewell to 2020 by staying indoors. Stay home, stay safe and wear your masks.

Half Yearly Module 2 Examination Schedule for Class XI

Forthcoming Examinations

Half – yearly examination class XI session 2020 – 2022 commences on 04.01.2021
(Time table will be available a week before examination begins)
Annual Examination class XI session 2020 – 2022 commences on 22.02.2021
Pre – boards for class XII session 2019 – 2021 commences on 01.02.2021

Admissions to Class XI (ISC) for 2021-23

Subject Combinations for Class XI for Academic Session 2021-23

Notice – Class 12 Fees Payment

Fees Payment Deferred for Temporary Period

TOPPERS OF ISC EXAMINATION 2020

Number of students appeared – 285
Number of students passed – 283
Pass percentage – 99.3%

HOLIDAY LIST 2020-21

Notice Board

In Search of Young Ruskin Bond

86 Schools and 8000 participants took part in the “In search of Young Ruskin Bond” contest organized by the MyElsa group in West Bengal. This has been a short stosy writing competition in which the budding authors had to pen a fiction or a non – fiction in 200 words. Sarthak Shah of Class XI Section – Science and Smit Koradia of Class XI Section – A of The Bhawanipur Gujarati Education Society School (ISC) had participated in the competition and have made us proud by bagging two positions in the top 100. They have been felicited at the Neotia Hub, Ecospace, Newtown on 29.11.2019. Mr. Harshvardhan Neotia and Dr. Mahua Das, President, West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary Education, were present to grace the occasion.