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It has been an exciting year for VBSIS as we took education beyond the classroom through the first Cultural Exchange programme to Nepal. Our apprehension soon vanished when the Principal, staff and parents of Rajarshi Gurukul school welcomed us with open hearts. Through this programme, we were not only able to explore various aspects of life in Nepal but also learn about their culture through a plethora of activities like cooking traditional cuisine, folk dances, songs and festivals of Nepal. Students of VBS loved every moment of their stay with students of Rajarshi Gurukul, Nepal. They found that this exchange program has been a memorable and life-changing experience and we hope that this relationship will strengthen the bond between both the schools.

This is what our parents of Veer Bhagat Singh School have to say about their experience of the host families:

  • Monica Ma’am and Ms. Sneha and Ms. Bindu
    Host students and host families have taken extra efforts to make feel the students Homely. Especially Host parents spent their valuable time with kids. I am very happy with Spandan's Host, Pranish and his parents as they treated him like Beta, took every care, showed him various places, arranged outings with other host families, and showered love and affection which made this Nepal student exchange programme memorable and unforgettable.
    Thanks from the bottom of our hearts to Rajarshi Gurukul, their Principal, Teachers, Host parents and Pranish and other Host students. Megha & Prasad Gurav- Spandan's Parent.
  • Respected Principal madam, Sneha madam and Bindu madam,
    Thank you very much for giving such a nice and excellent opportunity for 2nd time by means of students Exchange Program. As host for first time and now as a guest, our son Varad got excellent experience and opportunity of learning the other aspect of life.
    We take this opportunity to thank our host family, Aarav and his parents for the fun and friendship showered by them on Varad during the entire stay. Varad experienced a lot of joy and happiness during the last week. Our host family was very nice and they also arranged a small family function for Varad's farewell at their home. Varad enjoyed the company of Aarav and his family a lot.
    We would like to thank Rajarshi Gurukul and all the participating teachers, students and parents for giving so much of love and support and good memories which will last long in Varad's mind as well as in the minds of all our students and parents.
    Varad will cherish these memories forever.
    Thank you very much and stay blessed always.
    Mr and Mrs Naik – Varad’s parents
  • Monica ma'am, Sneha miss and Bindu miss-
    Thank you for everything you all did for this Student Exchange program. It is a great hit. Aditya had a very good experience. The host parents, Mr and Mrs Sreshtha were true parents for 1 week. They took him to so many places and made him feel comfortable and homely. We parents of Aditya heartily thank you for all the good things that happened to our children. God bless.
    Mr and Mrs Uday Kumar – Aditya’s parents
  • We also like to express our gratitude and appreciation towards Harsh's host, Diwa Sreshtha and his entire family. They have taken utmost care of Harsh and he was happy with them all the time. We also appreciate valuable time of Diwa's family, which they have spent with Harsh. I am sure Harsh has lifelong sweet memories of this visit.
    We would like to thank Rajarshi Gurukul school and it's Management for providing such a valuable opportunity to our students. Their support / help / cooperation in this tour commands appreciation and respect both.
    I would also take this opportunity to thank Miss Bindu, Sneha Ms and our Respected Monica Ma’am for their efforts for making this tour a grand success.
    Students hope you have a fantastic time there.
    Once again, Thanks to one and all.
    Have a pleasant flight back home.
    Warm Regards,
    Mr. and Mrs. Gad – Harsh’s parents
  • Dear Principal Madam & Teachers,
    Would like to thank you, for providing our children such a wonderful opportunity, experience and exposure by organising such a memorable Student Exchange Programme.
    Also, would like to offer my gratitude for taking efforts, providing safety and good care of students.
    Keyuri's host family took wonderful care of her and ensured that her stay is comfortable and homely.
    Mr. K. P. Upadhyay, host student Ms. Mayuri's father, used to regularly send us updates/photos in morning and evening about Keyuri & Mayuri's activities. He even used to call us and brief us about her.
    We are very thankful to host family for the love, concern and care graced on Keyuri.
    Once again thanks and kudos...
    Neela & Neeraj Trivedi- Keyuri's Parent.
  • I am extremely happy and satisfied with the experience that my son Atharva Gadge has got in this wonderful Student Exchange Programme with the students of Nepal. It has given him an insight on the culture and lifestyle of Nepal and fun opportunities to get to know more about the country. Along with being informational, the trip consisted of activities that he enjoyed a lot. His host family was highly cooperative and made his stay with them comfortable and enjoyable. I am immensely grateful to Ms Sneha and Ms Bindu and Monica Ma’am who ensured that the trip was safe and memorable for the students.
    Anita Gadge- Atharva’s parent
  • It was a very good experience especially the host families were amazing, they tried their best to make the student comfortable at their house. The students gained enough knowledge about the traditions of Nepal and other basic facts through the host family, school and sightseeing at ancient architectural places. As we were a bit scared but then as we got to know how well the staff is and how diligent they were towards their students, we felt relaxed and less worried about our child. Overall it was a fantastic experience for our child in all aspects.
    Anita Chauhan – Sanskriti’s parent

The IGCSE results brought cheer for all students and staff at Veer Bhagat Singh International School by registering cent per cent success. We heartily congratulate our students for all that they have accomplished and wish them great success in the future.

BCG is celebrating 30 years! Please send in your memories and experiences of BCG to for our special release in June 2018.

Admission forms for Cambridge International Board-CAIE for Grades 1 to 8 are available at the school office between 9am to 5pm – Monday to Friday and 9am to 1pm on Saturday.

The weekend rekindled many memories of 140 alumni who attended the alumni social. Few alumni shared their experiences and moments of their school life. The Inaugural session was followed by cultural programme by our alumni. Comperers made the evening very lively with light questions and answers. Few Alumni performed during the evening and mesmerized all with their display and won over hearts of many. Performances were electrifying and made alumni to lead back to nostalgic days of past, with the thunderous applause by the students reverberating the school premise. The faculty of VBSIS interacted with the former students, congratulating their achievements and wishing them luck.The whole ambience was sparkling with happy faces, enjoying food, friends and reminiscence followed by our Principal, Ms. Monica Bhatia's sincere appreciation to all the alumni for their presence wherein Ma'am mentioned that she was moved to see the spirit of alumni. She further highlighted the achievements of the school and its journey from inception till now. Couple of alumni mentioned how much they appreciated being in the school and how much this reunion meant to them. The first alumni meet witnessed the active involvement of the alumni, and a number of commendable suggestions and proposals came up. It was decided to strengthen the link between the current VBSIS students and alumni for their support in the area of training, career counseling and any other help. The alumni sincerely expressed their gratitude to the beloved Principal and staff for making this event a grand success. A few snaps uploaded will enlighten everyone and hope for another reunion shortly.

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Veer Bhagat Singh International School, Malad played host to Baylor International Academy, Nepal as a part of the student exchange program from 1 st to 6 th January, 2018. The initiative was taken by Ms. Monica Bhatia, the Principal of VBSIS.

Principal of BAI, Nepal Mr. Leon Shrestha headed the team of 3 teachers and 19 students.

There was a traditional welcome and introduction to the host families on day one of the exchange program. This helped to get an insight into the Indian family structure, values and dynamics, thus providing exposure to a different culture and cuisines.

The 6 days were action packed with a mélange of gastronomical extravagance of a variety of food and dances. The food was served in school. The cultural activities comprised of traditional dances, songs, skits, puppet show which filled the air, creating a festive mood. Our friends across the border reciprocated with their traditional dance, songs and presentation of the school values and facilities, which gave us an insight to their life.

Mumbai Darshan was next on the cards, to give a glimpse into the cosmopolitan life of our city, what it has to unfold, with its monuments, museums, beaches, Kora Kendra and Sanjay Gandhi National Park. Along with it, a must do activity in Mumbai, shopping, was also taken care off.

A session on leadership was conducted by Mr. Leon Shrestha of Baylor International Academy. Interaction with council members cemented the session. They got an experience into the functioning of the school through classroom visits, participation in art activities and ISA project on conservation of water and electricity.

Interaction among the staff of both the schools was a fruitful session where they exchanged notes on the functioning, curriculum and evaluation pattern of different boards.

Baylor students and staff witnessed the opening ceremony of Athlein –Inter BCG sports Meet. They also participated in track and field events.

There was a curtain call on the 6 th of January where the Principals, students and teachers shared their experiences and mementos prepared by the students of VBSIS were handed over as a token of appreciation. The events were coordinated by Ms. Sneha Desai, ISA co-ordinator, Secondary section. The admins, staff and students of VBSIS worked like clock monk in harmony, to give them the experience and enrich themselves.

We are delighted to announce that our School has been ranked no.1 under the Top International Parameter - ‘Value for Money’ in the State of Maharashtra as per a survey conducted by Education  The Maharashtra School Merit Awards 2017 was held at The Lalit Hotel, Mumbai. The ceremony hosted 200+ schools from various categories. The Award was published in the August edition of the magazine education today. Co Maharashtra School Ranking (Special Report).

VBSIS hosted a seminar on “Keeping Children Safe”.

Veer Bhagat Singh International School organised a seminar on ‘Child Safety’ including POCSO Act and Emotional Health of Children on 12th August, 2017 between 3 – 5 pm for the community. It was conducted by a qualified Clinical Psychologist who has been working in the field of education and School Counselling since 1990. It was attended by Heads and teachers of other schools, as well as parents of the community.

Our Principal Ms.Monica Bhatia attends a conference on “Leading Learning” at Cambridge UK

Our Principal, Ms. Monica Bhatia attended a Cambridge schools conference 2016 in Cambridge, United Kingdom where school leaders from across the globe explored the theme of ‘Leading Learning’ in depth.