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The Management has installed swiping machines at the school premises for the convenience of the parents for payment of the school fees. Parents can use any Bank debit or credit card (other than American Express) on these machines towards the payment of the II Term school fee payment. These machines are available at the reception of the School.    Registration for admission to the next academic year (2016-2017) has started from 21st September, 2015.    NCFE is hiring. Visit career page to know vacancies available.

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.

Our Vision & Mission

Our Vision

  • To provide a judicious combination of academic
    excellence, character building and personality
    development through value-based education.
  • To prepare the children to face the challenges of
    modern life and pursue education studies with a sense of
    direction and purpose.
  • To improvise the school curriculum on a regular
    basis and keep in pace with the advances in the field of
    teaching and education.

Our Mission

Purpose of NCFE is to make your child

  • Life ready
  • Self confident
  • Independent
  • Self disciplined
  • Responsible
  • Take initiative
  • Innovative
  • Respect self and others
  • Respect mother Earth
  • Academically strong
  • Be self leaders
  • Be great leaders
  • A good decision maker who can take ownership for their learning and decisions



Brad Henry once said”A good teacher can inspire hope, ignite the imagination and instill the love for learning”. We are talking about people, who find hope in the most hopeful situations, who have the spark in them to ignite the imaginations of thousands and who definitely know the value of learning without boundaries. We are here talking about the ones who have made a profession called teaching, a lifelong passion.A teacher performs various roles in her life. He/she acts as a coach and engages the young minds, becomes a human scientist and helps them explore the unknown. Various occasions see the teacher perform the acts of that of a disciplinarian, a guide, mentor, counsellor etc. This is not an easy task. Appreciation comes the teacher’s way for their effort but it is a different feeling when the entire school comes together to appreciate their hard work, commitment, effort, passion and dedication.


The Investiture ceremony began amid much pomp and fanfare. The Ganesh Strotram sung by our students was instrumental in evoking the blessings of the Lord. The lighting of the lamp by the Chief Guests and Principal Ma’am saw the brightness of the light illuminate the stage and elimination of the darkness becomes apparent.

The election commissioner of the school was invited to present the election report which highlighted the fact that the students were both elected and selected through Electronic Voting Application that was created by the alumni of our school. After this, all the office bearers were adorned with their sashes and badges presented by the esteemed Chief Guests and the Principal. The office bearers took an oath to serve their office with diligence and dedication and bear the responsibility to uphold the rules and regulations of the school. The Head Boy and the Head Girl expressed their gratitude to the Principal, the teachers and students for placing confidence in them.

The study of Asana in Yoga is not about studying posture but it is about using the postures to understand and transform oneself. The aims of the yoga enthusiasts are extremely varied. Some are particularly inspired by the Spiritual Element that yoga provides; others by the increased Fitness and Flexibility that it results in. Some people find solutions to suffering from varied Health Disorders and there are others who achieve an All-Round Development of a calm, stress-free mind and a fit body.

The effort at NATIONAL CENTRE FOR EXCELLENCE is to achieve the last aspect in all our students. To build a strong and efficient nation, it requires to us to have young, strong and able bodied individuals. The physical and mental strength can be improved in these individuals only by practising yoga on a daily basis. The induction of this idea in our school has seen yoga being treated as a subject. The benefits of yoga are very evident. Every time ours students gather laurels’ and accolades we cannot but credit it to Yoga too.

We were overwhelmed to see our children participate in the International Yoga Day celebration at school with passion and vigour.

When Maurice Flueret, the Director of Music and Dance at the behest of Jack Lang’s request, applied his reflection on the musical practice and its evolution: “the music everywhere and the concert nowhere” on the streets of Paris in 1982, it was called ‘Fête de la Musique’.

‘Fête de la Musique’ means ‘make music’.

This dream has become an international phenomenon, celebrated on the same day in more than 700 cities in 120 countries.

In sync with the Fête de la Musique’s purpose, students at NATIONAL CENTRE FOR EXCELLENCE were encouraged to perform during the school assemblies. This celebration saw children use their musical talent to their fullest potential. This platform paved way for the quiet and gifted children. The mesmerizing performances by the junior and senior students at school have definitely ensured that teachers start thinking of various other avenues for showcasing the talents. The students provided information on various aspects of music which was well researched. This not only enlightened the audience but also had a huge impact on their understanding of music. Like Plato rightly quoted” Music gives a soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination and life to everything” Every single individual at National Centre for Excellence has a soulful journey for a week and hoped to find music in every level and aspect of life in the future too.

The meaning of the word “Orientation” means adjusting or aligning oneself or one’s ideas to surroundings or circumstances. The venue at National Centre For Excellence adorned itself a festive look on the occasion of “Parent Orientation Session 2015-16”.The look was that of pride when the results of the previous year was shared in the forum. The session was initiated to align the thought process of the parents to that of the school and the CBSE Board.

The anxious parents were cordially invited by our Principal Ms. Praba Balasubramanian who set the stage for the other speakers. The agenda for the day was highlighted by Dr Sunita Sharma, our level head. The team of teachers handling the 9th and 10th grades were introduced to the parents by Ms Sumitra, our functional head. An elaborate and information session on the Assessments, Formative and Summative along with the indicators (Rubrics) was held by our Academic Head, Anitha Esther.

The new initiatives (Co-Scholastic) introduced by the CBSE board were discussed in length by the CCE co-ordinator, Jayashree Seth. This channelized the attention of the parents to the fact that it is a 360 degree development of the child that takes place at school. Every activity has various objectives and they are conducted in school keeping in mind the potential of each child.

The testimonials of the parents shared with the school staff during the question and answer session traced the wondrous educational journey they have experienced so far. This session saw parents actively participate and clarify their concerns. A vote of thanks by our level head, Dr Sunita Sharma ended the orientation session on an affirmative note when the school promised to deliver better results in collaboration with the parents this academic year too.

India is a land that believes in Unity and Diversity and has been doing so for the past 4000 years. The culture of India is one of the oldest and the most unique one. The South, North, and Northeast have their own distinct cultures and almost every state has carved out its own cultural niche. There is hardly any culture in the world that is as varied and unique as India. Festivals in India are characterized by color, gaiety, enthusiasm, prayers and rituals. Celebration of these festivals leans towards human liberation and well-being.

August is a month of celebration for the people of Kerala because this is the month the festival, Onam is celebrated. It is one of the most ancient Hindu festivals which is still celebrated with great devotion. Onam marks the homecoming of King Mahabali, a legendary king, who ruled Kerala in ancient times.

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