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BCM Star Saksham Sharma Scintillates the Silver Screen......

The Super Dancer runner up Saksham Sharma has once again brought the school to limelight with his entry into the silver screen. He recently returned after completing the shoot of his first movie, Dehati Disco which shall release shortly under the TSeries production banner.  He was accorded a warm welcome by the Principal, Teachers and his friends.



Story: Hope and Greed



E-Newspaper BCM Patrika Vol 7


E-Newspaper BCM Patrika Vol 7


E-Newspaper BCM Patrika Vol 6


E-Newspaper BCM Patrika Vol 6


Story: True Wealth 



E-Newspaper BCM Patrika Vol 5


E-Newspaper BCM Patrika Vol 5


E-Newspaper BCM Patrika Vol 4


E-Newspaper BCM Patrika Vol 4


Story: Parable of the Pencil



Story: Don't Change the World



Story: The Wise Man's Joke



E-Newspaper BCM Patrika Vol 2


E-Newspaper BCM Patrika Vol 2


Greetings of the day!!

Dear Parents
Bcm fraternity always believe in bigger goals, better experiences, more happiness and strong relationships, so with the focus on such things,we are pleased to inform you about  our new venture e-newspaper BCM Patrika.It will be a fortnightly newspaper which will connect you all with the school activities, students' achievements and performances. Let's celebrate the feeling of oneness in the best interest of the child.


E-Newspaper BCM Patrika Vol 1


Story: The Wise Minister's Advice



Story: The Monk & The Grasshopper 



Dear Parents

Warm Greetings!!

In the present context of globalization, the demand for skilled and multi skilled workers has increased. So, there is a critical need for quality skill development and training. The integration of skill development and education is essential for skilling to take wings.  Introduction to skill training at a young age can give the student an opportunity to explore various options and accordingly narrow down on a vocation of his/her liking. Apart from this, it will also help them prepare and adapt to real work situations without much effort. It will ease the transition phase from being a student to being a professional.

As per New Education Policy 2020 and CBSE notification “At Middle Level, one skill module of 12 hours duration could be offered as an option to the students for single academic session.” So, keeping the same in view, the school has decided to introduce following skill courses or vocational subjects from class VI onwards.

1.  Artificial Intelligence

2.  Information Technology

3.  Coding

4.  Data Science

5.  Financial Literacy

6.  Handicrafts

Looking forward to take learning on a higher platform.




Dear Parents 


We are pleased to inform that the government has allowed the reopening of the schools. Abiding the same and keeping the safety of our students at top priority, the school is planning to commence physical classes for students .We assure you to follow the appropriate Covid 19 related protocols and expect the same from the children. You are requested to send your consent  before we call them for the physical classes in the school.

Kindly note the following points:

  • Timetable and class wise seating arrangement will be provided by the respective Class Incharge. 
  • It is mandatory for every child to wear mask and carry a hand sanitizer. 
  • Physical distancing of about six feet has to be strictly followed.
  • Children are advised to carry their own stationery items and water bottle. 

All the Best!! 



Story: The Lion And The Boar



Story: Sand Bag



Dear Parents

Keeping in mind the growing trend of underage driving and its fatal consequences the school bars its underage students from using two wheelers for commuting. You are urged to familiarize your wards with the risks associated with underage driving. Kindly beware them of the menace and take needful measures. Non license holders are strictly prohibited to bring vehicles as Police authorities can challan and impound the vehicles parked even in the school vicinity. The school will not be responsible for any such action from the authorities.


Story: Beautiful Flower








Story: Live In Present



Creativity is not locked down...





Ways to Protect Against Dengue


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Dear Parents

The internet is a time-efficient tool for everyone that widens the possibilities for self-growth. Children being digital natives use internet on a daily basis, for everything from chatting to shopping, gaming, streaming the latest TV shows and of course surfing educational sites. Unfortunately, this grand tool comes with a darker side. Allowing children to have a free access can put children at risk for cyber bullying, human trafficking, sexual assault and can also make them vulnerable to various emotional problems.

In order to help children safely utilize this extraordinary tool it is critical to teach them internet safety practices. The following tips will help you and your family minimizes your exposure to cyber risks.

Do not share your name, phone number, e-mail address, password, postal address or picture on networking sites or with strangers.

Do not give your phone to strangers for any of the reason.

Do not open emails or attachments from unknown people.

Do not become online ‘friends’ with unknown people.

Never arrange personal meeting with whom you have met online.

Join social networking sites that your child uses, so that you can monitor what they share.

Avoid illegal downloads.

Apply child lock to channels and sites you don’t want your child to visit.


Dear Parents

A survey on social, emotional and physical wellbeing of the students has been done in the school, where we found that children are not only struggling with emotional and health problems but are intolerant, impatient, Money demons, high speed stimulus junkies, challenge law and order, more attached to their gadgets than to their parents or family. Deterioration in values will definitely give birth to anarchically society. I request parents to provide the child with a safe, secure, nurturing, loving, and supportive environment that allows the offspring to have a happy and healthy youth . Define boundaries for kids, keep channels of communication open, limit their media exposure, keep a vigil on child’s activities, indulge child in constructive activities, encourage your child to have healthy eating habits and discourage tuition culture at least till class 8 and underage driving as  well..  Let’s join hands to shape the youth,  so that they can be  productive  contributor to self, family, community, and society.


Dear Parents

We hope you are safe and your family is bonded together in this time of pandemic. Though it is a tough time, but even during this unprecedented time, together we can turn the challenges into opportunities. Remember this is a new situation for your children, so keep patience, spend quality time with them and manage their anxiety. Reassure them that this is a temporary phase and things will be better soon.

As lockdown has confined them to the four walls of the house, so make sure they don’t neglect physical activities. Involve them in stretching, yoga and dancing. Ask them to help you in simple household activities. Give them the opportunity of self exploration, which will gradually turn them into self learners. We understand that during this process of self learning, they can come across certain problems and will have doubts. Considering that, we have started doubt clearance session in the evening especially for our senior students.

With the pandemic, the precautionary measures are surely restrictive. But that shouldn’t stop us from pursuing our goals….. fitness, reading, study goals, work goals and other achievements that we set our mind to. Always remember “Life isn’t about waiting for the storm to pass….It’s about learning to dance in rain”

Stay Safe Stay Blessed.



Dear Parents

Hope this message of ours finds you safe and well. 

“Instead of worrying about what we cannot control, Let’s shift our energy to what we can create and empower.”

Online classes which came as a panacea in this Covid-19 crisis is a new paradigm in education. This is completely different experience for all of us and we really appreciate your constant support & cooperation that is being extended to online classes. It encourages us to take the online teaching a step further by assessing the students constructively so that the learning doesn’t get affected in this pandemic. 

The students should also remain persistent and adaptive to grab this opportunity of learning through virtual classes. Teachers are leaving no stone unturned to ensure that knowledge is imparted in the most effective and engaging manner. But, after the teacher has taught something, it is natural for him/ her to know how much the students have learnt, what level they are at and what things need to be considered for the improvement of teaching learning process. Assessment tells the teacher about the effectiveness of his/her teaching. Moreover, it acts as a spark for motivating students to repeatedly revise their notes until the course concepts are fully internalized. So it’s very important for student that the regular forms of testing should take place. Keeping this thought and perspective, we are planning to evaluate students by conducting Online Mid-Term Exams.

Examinations not only make the students logical and critical thinkers in answering questions but also require a lot of practice of the concepts , thus  giving boost to learning. 

At the same time, it becomes important to continue working as a team so that we can sail efficiently through these troubled times. We therefore, request all of you to be active invigilators during the conduct of exams at your houses to maintain the integrity of tests. With your strong backing, we are sure that the students will put their best in these exams and not let stress overpower them.
We seek your association in achieving our mutual goals of monitoring the learning and growth of students successfully and ethically.

Looking forward to take learning on a higher pedestal. 



Dear Parents

Concern over this new virus can make children anxious. Please remember, children look to adults for guidance on how to react to stressful events. So let’s not pass our worries but teach children positive preventive measures and give them a sense of some control over their risk of infection. Please follow few of the guidelines.

        Remain Calm 

  1. Children will follow your verbal and nonverbal reactions. If parents seem overly worried, children’s anxiety may rise. So stay calm even in stressful situation.
  2. Children may need extra attention from you and may want to talk about their concerns, fears, and questions. Listen to them and give age appropriate information.
  3. Tell them you love them and give them plenty of affection. 

       Avoid Excessive Blaming

When tensions are high, sometimes we try to blame   someone, it is important to avoid stereotyping any one group of people as responsible for the virus.


       Monitor Television Viewing and Social Media

  1. Limit television viewing or access to information on the Internet and through social media. Try to avoid watching or listening to information that might be upsetting when your children are present.
  2. Speak to your child about how many stories about COVID-19 on the Internet may be based on rumors and inaccurate information.
  3. Talk to your child about factual information of this disease. This can help reduce anxiety.
  4. Engage your child in games or other interesting activities instead.

      Maintain a normal routine to the extent possible

  1. Keep to a regular schedule, as this can be reassuring and promotes physical health.
  2. Encourage your children to keep up with their schoolwork and other activities while staying inside.

      Review and model basic hygiene and healthy lifestyle practices for protection

  1. Encourage your child to practice every day good hygiene. Simple steps to prevent spread of illness:-
  1. Wash hands multiple times a day for at least 20 seconds. (Singing Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star slowly takes about 20 seconds).
  2. Cover their mouths with a tissue when they sneeze or cough and throw away the tissue immediately, or sneeze or cough into the bend of their elbow. 
  3. Do not share food or drinks.
  4. Practice giving fist or elbow bumps instead of handshakes. 
  5. Fewer germs spread this way.
  1. Giving children guidance on what they can do to prevent infection gives them a greater sense of control over disease spread and will help to reduce their anxiety.
  2. Encourage your child to eat a balanced diet, get enough sleep, and exercise regularly; this will help them develop a strong immune system to fight off illness.

Stay healthy, Stay safe.




Dear Parents

kindly watch the short movies related to life skills along with your ward. Give your children a chance to smile and realize their dreams during the lockdown.

IKFF recommends one film every day that you can watch with your family on

Follow myIKFF on FB / Insta to get your daily film recommendation.

Follow the instructions given below for the movie...

1. Open link in browser

2. Enter your Name, Email I'd, city and contact no.

3. Click on Access the Films now.

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Dear Parents

Board examinations are commencing, in this stressful period lots of mood swings, sadness, enthusiasm, rudeness can be expected from the children.

It’s a crucial time to support your child, here are few tips-

1. Wake your child up in the morning with positive stroke, touch or a hug.

2. Start your child’s day with positive statement like I love you, let’s start this beautiful day.

3. Encourage your child with positive statement before s/he leaves for exam like I am sure you will excel, give your best, all the luck to you.

4. Don’t pass your anxiety or fear on to your child whatever the situation is, positive support from your end will give a boost to your child’s confidence.

5. When child comes back avoids discussing paper or asking how was the exam, instead ask how was the experience.

6. Create healthy and happy atmosphere at home specially during exams.

7. Avoid giving marks target to the child.

8. Avoid continuous advice or nagging.

9. Stand by your child even if the exam has not gone as per your or his expectations.

10. Ensure calm sleep of 6-8 hours during exams.

11. Don’t let the child encounter with negative statements or unrealistic expectations from relatives or friends as it will prove detrimental for child.

Remember each child is special and has potential to touch the pinnacles of success, only he needs your support. All  the very best.