Bal Bharati Public School

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Bal Bharati Public School
Bal Bharati Public School logo.jpg
Hanso Nayatu Naha Pragyam
Location
Bal Bharati Public School is located in Delhi
Bal Bharati Public School
Bal Bharati Public School
Location in Delhi, India
IndiaIndia
Coordinates 28°36′36″N 77°13′48″E / 28.6100°N 77.2300°E / 28.6100; 77.2300
Information
School type Public
Established 1944
Founder Padma Vibhushan Lala Hansraj Gupta
Chairman L.R. Channa
Faculty Full time
Mascot Torch
Affiliations CBSE
Website

Bal Bharati Public School (BBPS) is a group of institutions providing education at school level in India. Padma Vibhushan Lala Hansraj Gupta, an Indian philanthropist founded the parent body (the Child Education Society) which governs all the member schools across India. Bal Bharati Public School ranks among the premier institutes in Delhi and the country.

History[edit]

Padma Vibhushan Lala Hansraj Gupta established the first Bal Bharati in 1944 near the Central Ridge in New Delhi. The school spreads over six acres is now housed in two wings - Pusa Road and Sir Ganga Ram Hospital Marg. Other Bal Bharati Schools have since been set up across India.

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"Let noble thoughts come to us from all sides" – derived from "Aa No Bhadra Kratvi Yantu Vishwatah". The school motto "Hanso Nayatu Naha Pragyam" is depicted in the image of a child astride a soaring swan. The motto means, "Ey swan, give us education" generally because, swan is a symbol of enlightenment in Hindu beliefs.

Houses[edit]

  • Sir Ganga Ram Hospital Marg branch: Abhimanyu, Ashoka, C.V. Raman, Jawahar, Mother Teresa, Shastri, Shivaji, and Subhash

The names are the great Indian personalities, from freedom fighters to social workers to scientists.

  • Pitampura branch: Gurunanak, Vivekanand, Dayanand, and Kabir

The names are spiritual gurus and poets.

  • Brij Vihar branch: Ashoka, Chandragupta, Harshvadhan, and Vikramaditya

The names are rulers and kings of India.

  • Noida branch: Shanti, Shakti, Satya, and Sewa,

The names are the morals, meaning: Shanti- peace; Shakti- power, Satya- truth and Sewa- serving.

  • Dwarkaa branch: Amity, Equality, Freedom, Peace, Unity, and Progress
  • Rohini branch: Amity, Equality, Empathy, Freedom Peace, Truth, Unity, and Wisdom.

Branches[edit]

Core schools (existing)

Project in collaboration

  • Bal Bharati Public School, Bhopal – Indian Railways
  • Bal Bharati Public School, Jhanor – NTPC
  • Bal Bharati Public School, Ratnagiri – NTPC
  • Bal Bharati Public School, Simhadri – NTPC
  • Bal Bharati Public School, Sipat – NTPC - http://bbpssipat.org/
  • Bal Bharati Public School, Anuppur - Moser Baer - http://www.bbpsapr.org/
  • Bal Bharati Public School, Tanda – NTPC

Institutes

  • Bal Bharati Nursery Teachers Training Institute, New Delhi
  • Bal Bharati Teachers Training Centre, Delhi
  • Bal Bharati Activity Centre, Solan

Notable alumni

Information[edit]

Bal Bharati Public School is acclaimed as one of the leading institutions of East Delhi and is managed by the Child Education Society. In 2011, two Class XII students at the school discovered the main belt asteroid 2011 QM14. A Class XII student and a Class XI student discovered a Trojan asteroid (2011 MV9).[10] Dr Rima Sehgal, Counselor of Bal Bharati Public School Brij Vihar received the Fulbright Distinguished Award in Teaching Program for Counseling in 2013.

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://articles.timesofindia.indiatimes.com/2012-06-04/news-interviews/32007479_1_pe-ke-kuch
  2. ^ http://articles.timesofindia.indiatimes.com/2010-12-18/news-interviews/28235114_1_udaan-rajat-barmecha-yeh-dilli
  3. ^ http://isahitya.com/index.php/new-age-sahitya/new-age-sahitya/153-young-writers-turn-mentors
  4. ^ MTV Roadies (season 8)
  5. ^ http://hotactress-wallpapers.blogspot.com/2012/12/vibhor-sharma-mtv-roadies-80.html
  6. ^ Sanam (band)
  7. ^ Sanam Puri
  8. ^ https://www.facebook.com/samarpuri
  9. ^ Sanam (band)
  10. ^ http://articles.timesofindia.indiatimes.com/2011-09-05/delhi/30114908_1_asteroids-main-belt-indian-students

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