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National Centre For Excellence

‘Making your child life-ready’

Schooling is the stage in a child’s life when they learn not only academics, but also incorporate in themselves life changing positive traits. A child’s life can be transformed at school along with the combined support of the family. A good start to a child’s life is through a strong foundation – Education.


Vijay Kiran Knowledge Park – Integrated Group of Educational Institutes


Our Vision & Mission

Our Vision

To be an excellent forerunner in empowering students to be successful self learners, who will use their acquired values, skills and knowledge to full potential and contribute to the larger community.

Our Mission

To make your child ready for life.



11th Annual Sport Day (for more photographs)

“Play a sport. It will teach you how to win honorably, lose gracefully, respect authority, work with others, manage your time and stay fit.”

The most awaited event, 11th Annual Sports Day was held on 25th November 2017 in the NCFE school premises. The school ground took a festive look with the fantabulous turnout of parents and the pleasant weather which were the perfect boost for the students on this day.

The Chief Guest for the day was Chief Operating Officer of our school, Mrs. Sunalini Benjamin.

The Sports flag was hoisted followed by a March Past by all the four houses. Each house was led by its Captain, Vice-captain. They marched with perfection to the band beat. The chief guest took the flag salute. Later she declared the Annual Sports Meet open and the kids released balloons in the air which represents the dreams of participants to participate and individually reach for the skies in their efforts. The Olympic Torch, which marks the beginning of the event was handed over by the Principal Mrs. Susan Barrid to Medhansh of Grade IV ‘E’ for the olympic run. The torch bearers were our students Medhansh, Manan Jain, Srinidhi, Aradhana and Aarush Laddha who have made the school proud by winning various sports championship at national and international level. The Sports Captain Tavish took the sports Oath. The specialty of this Sports Day was that of “Majority Participation”. All the students from grade I to V took active participation and not a single child was left out which was worth a round of appreciation for the students and the teachers. The theme of our Annual Sports Day this year was “Cycle of Health”. Students of grade I to V participated in displays namely, aerobic, zumba and exercise drill which was loved and appreciated by the parents. They rocked the ground with their lovely attire, perfect moves and lively music. The hard work of teachers and students for nearly a month, has surely left a positive mark on the minds of the audience. The event ended with the Beating Retreat by the school band . They gave a mesmerizing performance followed by the handing over of the sports flag to the Principal until the next sports meet.The sports day ended with a cheerful note after the National Anthem.

Career Guidance Session (for more photographs)

Your work is going to fill a large part of your life, and the only way to be truly satisfied is to do what you believe is great work. And the only way to do great work is to love what you do.

Steve Jobs

Choosing a right career is one of the greatest challenges faced by students. Choosing and charting the course of one’s career is of increasing importance in today’s fast paced and challenging work environments. Career guidance is an area that has been seldom dealt with in schools wherein students are guided towards making a career choice. However, in the present scenario of competition and constantly changing employment options and requirements it is essential for schools to support students in High School, guiding them towards opportunities based on the skills and strengths of each unique child. It is with this objective that National Centre For Excellence organised a Career Guidance Session for High school parents and students on 18th November 2017.

To take us through the session we were extremely obliged to have amidst us Mr. Suresh Kalyanpur who is the Founder and Managing Director of the Human Resource Centre for Training & Development Pvt Ltd. HRC and who was our Chief Guest for the session. Mrs. Sunalini Benjamin, Chief Operating Officer, Vijay Kiran Group of Institutions and Mrs.Susan Barrid, Principal NCFE were also present.

The welcome note introduced Mr. Suresh Kalyanpur whose professional career spans four decades and blends both academic and corporate experience spread across India, Japan, Hong Kong, Singapore.

His passion is working with teenagers and young adults, providing them vocational guidance and counselling with a view to helping them choose their career paths and improve their focus on their future.

The mission of his organisation, HRC is to help individuals and organisations transform themselves to be outstanding performers.

The session commenced with Mr. Kalyanpur pointing out the extreme importance of choosing the right career and identifying the skills and aptitudes in guiding students through the right career choices.

In his presentation he spoke extensively about sociometric tests for identifying the skill sets, areas of interest and individual aptitudes and abilities which would be of invaluable help in choosing the right career.

The administration of the fifteen factor questionnaire Plus which provides an indepth assessment of individual strengths and development needs was also discussed.
Occupational Interest Profiles with comprehensive reports would also help in deciding on the right career options. A number of case studies were also discussed in details. The last hour was an interactive session where parents and students sought clarifications on a variety of topics. Some value based issues also came up during the session. The session provided a holistic and comprehensive guidance to parents and students intimidated by the confusing maze of career options.

Children’s Day (for more photographs)

November 14th is a day of eager anticipation for the children of India. It is a day dedicated to our children. The day is specially marked to spread awareness about the rights of our children and ensure that the basic rights like Health and Education are guaranteed to them. It is also a day when we recollect their constant chatter and twinkling laughter, their mischievous pranks that make us smile even as they test our patience supremely and reflect on their curious, imaginative, fanciful and wondrous minds which never cease to amaze us. Our children dare to reinvent every canvas they come across and fill it with nouveau colors and breathe life into every nook and corner they trod on. They are future world citizens on whose shoulders rest the hopes and aspirations of the entire world.

Bal Diwas or Children’s day extols the power and vivacity of our children. It is celebrated as Bal Diwas on 14th November every year to mark the birth anniversary of our first Prime Minister Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru. Initially, this special day was celebrated on 20th November to coincide with Universal Children’s Day as mandated by the United Nations.

This much awaited day was celebrated at the National Centre For Excellence on November 14th, where teachers honed their performing skills and presented a cultural show for their dear students which also aimed to instill and reinforce certain basic values.

The programme commenced with a prayer song by Mrs. Susan Barrid, Principal, NCFE followed by the thought for the day. News was presented by NCFE teachers who were introduced as students of Indian Institute Of Mass Communication. Two entertaining songs by NCFE teachers delighted the students.

The Comedy Show had them in splits but also imparted a message of ‘Eating Healthy and Staying Healthy’. It was also a caveat against the insincere people who lurk around us.
The innovatively scripted skit charted the course of a student’s life from Primary to Middle and then to the Secondary. It emphasized the great concern that teachers have for the well-being of students. The skit reinforced the value of discipline in a student’s life.

The dance performance by our talented teachers to a medley of popular numbers was applauded by the students.

The final event was a glitzy fashion show by the fashion divas of NCFE which showcased the different traditional costumes epitomising the varied cultures of India. The thunderous applause that followed was a fitting end to the grand show.

The programme was inspired by the mutually interactive and enriching learning experiences happening at NCFE throghout the year. As Angela Schwindt has put it “while we teach our children all about life, our children teach us what life is about.” Children’s Day at NCFE was a day of great joy and happiness which made everyone rejoice in the simple pleasures of childhood.

CBSE National Level Tournament (for more photographs)

Our team has been awarded the runners up trophy for the CBSE national level tournament. It is a great achievement indeed. Congratulations to the team..

Master Anirudh Rajeev of Grade XII & Master Bhuvan Rajesh of Grade X

Independence Day (for more photographs)

Some say fate is beyond our command but I know better. Our destiny is written by us. You just have to be brave enough to see it.

15th August 1947, India attained independence and broke free from British colonialism after centuries of struggle and countless sacrifices made by freedom fighters. It is the day when the people of India come together to pay homage to the freedom fighters and legends who valiantly fought for our country. In keeping with the sombre sentiments of the occasion the students of National Centre For Excellence put together a spectacular show which showcased the cultural treasure trove of our country and also highlighted the magnificent achievements of NCFE students.

Our esteemed guests, Mr. Kiran Vijay, Director Business Development, Ms. Keerthi Vijay, Director HR and Curriculum, Mrs. Sunalini Benjamin, Chief Coordinating Officer, Mrs. Shymala Ullas, Early Foundation Head, Mrs. Susan Barrid, Principal, National Centre For Excellence, Mrs. Simi Sheffi, Vice Principal International Centre For Excellence, Vice Principals National Centre For Excellence Mrs. Smitha Menon and Ms. Mary Elizabeth graced the occasion. They were escorted by our dignified NCFE band which instilled patriotic fervour with their well orchestrated music.

As the tunes and colours of the National Anthem and the Tricolor combined harmoniously it was a proud moment for NCFE. The school Newsletter, put together by NCFE students was released by Mr. Kiran Vijay, Director Business Development.

A remarkable speech delivered by Vice Principal, National Centre For Excellence Mrs. Smitha Menon traced a significant link between the first year and the 71st year of Independence. A photograph which nurtured the spirit of Independence in the city shows Damodara Reddy and Nelappa Reddy, our Chairman Dr.N Vijaya Kumar’s father jubilant with the victory in the freedom struggle triumphantly marching around Domlur with the National Flag on a bamboo pole. The photograph and the memories strengthen the strong connection that the Vijay Kiran Group Of institutions have with our freedom struggle. School head girl, Sneha Ramanan delivered a zealous speech highlighting the grand achievements of India in the past year.

In a magnificent display by 300 students the colours of our freedom blended with the esteemed symbol of the Vijay Kiran Group of Institutions. This amazing formation of VKG which is the proud symbol of our Vijay Kiran Group of Institutions truly reflects our vision to be an excellent forerunner in empowering our students to be successful self learners, who will use their acquired values, skills and knowledge to full potential and contribute to the larger community.

The Students presented a spectacular and vibrant performance of beautiful Indian dance forms like the Bharatnatyam, Kathak, Mohiniattam, Kathakali, Ghoomer and Bhangra epitomizing the rich diversity of our country. These traditional forms were fused with contemporary dance forms to reflect the rich culture of assimilation. The choir rendered a melodious patriotic song which enthralled the audience.

The students of NCFE always aim to win. NCFE proudly felicitated the super achievers for their splendid accomplishments. Students from the primary section who did extremely well in the Olympiads and in Chess tournaments were felicitated. The prize winners at the DPS Impressions, a cultural extravaganza hosted by the DPS North, the winners of the various Model United Nations conducted throughout the city and the winners of the Round Glass Samsara Festival, an environmental summit, concert and art exhibition were felicitated. The notable participants at the NPS Hacakathon were also honoured. Students who won various Sports Championships were felicitated.

The Programme was concluded with a vote of thanks.

Investigative Activity (for more photographs)

Investigative Activity

The children of grade 8 performed an Investigative Activity on sugar as a part of the weekly Science Club Activities.

Many food items available in the market contain different types of sugar. Over consumption of the same can lead to health problems due to excess sugar in the human body.

The students analyzed the sugar contents of various food products that we use in our day to day life and made a report of the same. The students came to the conclusion that they should prefer having plant based food products like berries and whole grains over food products like carbonated drinks and junk food.

Picnic (Grade 6) (for more photographs)

Picnic (Grade 6)

On July 22nd 2017, Saturday the VI graders along with their class teachers visited The Woods Resort near Kanakapura Bangalore.

The Students were engage in various activities like bingo, tug of war, passing rope, cricket, basketball, disco dance and also many indoor-outdoor games were held for the children. Student enjoyed at the amusement park. After the competitive events the winners received attractive gifts and were very happy.

Children were provided with very good breakfast, lunch and snacks which brought smiles on their faces.

It was also a good learning, experience for all of us. Team work was very evident and they learnt how to present themselves as a team and displayed sportsmanship throughout the event.

We reached our school back at 6:00 pm and we were very sure that all of us are looking forward to another picnic the coming year.

Vedic Math (for more photographs)

Vedic Math

“Life is a math equation. In order to gain the most, you have to know how to convert the negatives into positives.”

On July 8th 2017, NATIONAL CENTRE FOR EXCELLENCE bore witness to one such beautiful moment. Mr J V Naik from Centre for Learning Vedic Math spent some time with the students of Grade 9, 10 and 11, teaching the students the techniques involving VEDIC METHODS. Vedic Math was used to solve problems which are considered difficult invariably math was made to look at with a different perspective. It was indeed a calculated and well spent afternoon for students and teachers who accompanied them.

SUPW Club activity (for more photographs)

SUPW Club Activity was conducted @NCFE on 20/7/17 as a part of CCA curriculum. Students of STD – VI participated in the activity of ‘Jewellery Making’ by using ‘Fevicryl Shilpkar’, ‘Poster Colours’ & ‘Elastic’.

Handicrafts are an important part of our rich cultural heritage, which serve to satisfy the aesthetic needs of man and provide a vehicle for his urge for self-expression. The real significance of handicrafts lies in the newness and surprise of each object.

Jewellery making gives students an opportunity to revive and keep alive the rich heritage and cultural tradition.


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