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We are very happy to announce that National Centre For Excellence, Pre-University College has been accredited by Karnataka PU Board. The classes have begun for the Science stream (PCMC & PCMB) – Chairman.  |    Hearty congratulations!! The management and Principal congratulate all the staff and students of grade X and grade XII for 100% result and securing 100% first class.  |    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.


Vijay Kiran Knowledge Park – Integrated Group of Educational Institutes


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



The session began on time and was conducted by Mr. Mansoor the ELT editor of Ratna Sagar publication. He introduced Mr. Tom Alter “Teacher, Sports Journalist, Writer and Actor” through a slide presentation. The attendee teachers from various city schools were then allowed some time for photo session with Mr. Tom Alter. Ms. Athiya the brains behind Ratna Sagar also graced the occasion.

The famous court scene from the Shakespearean drama “The Merchant of Venice” was enacted by the students of Vidya Shilp Academy.

Who would not like a journey to Fantasy world? And who would not like it if the ship to fantasy land is steered by an amazing writer ?

It was time to travel for the grade 4 and 5 students to land that involved adventure and fascinating characters. JANAKI MURALI a renowned journalist, writer, a movie buff, a voracious reader and a traveler at heart was invited to steer the wheel at NATIONAL CENTRE FOR EXCELLENCE. This session traced the history of fantasy writing and influences of fantasy writers. A quiz to evoke the young curious minds was held. Students also debated on “HULK –A bad or a good guy”. It was fascinating to watch and hear, thoughts take the form of words in the war of words.

The innocence of a child like the poet portrays here is mark of one of the most beautiful phases in our lives. Never ceasing to inquire, to assess, to comprehend and to enjoy as the only motto makes childhood the most celebrated one too. Devoid of any malice and vindication makes the journey one of its kind and in the later stages it definitely gives us warm fuzzies. November 14th is dedicated to the young minds and is celebrated with joy and excitement. Countries form all the continents have dedicated various dates for this celebration of life called “CHILDREN’S DAY”.

It is the duty of every soul born to create a world for itself. This world will have colours, emotions, images, people, languages and beautiful minds. And with all this we can never astray from the purpose of life. With the boundless beauty and imagination come responsibilities. The responsibilities are bolstered by segments of the society. School as a segment plays a very crucial role in widening the horizons, sharpening the perspectives, shaping the passion, fuelling the imagination, honing various skills required to progress etc.

BAARISU KANNADA DIMDIMAVA is a famous poem or song was written by our Rashtra Kavi KUVEMPU. He urges us to Play the Beat of Kannada, with a heart that belongs to Karnataka, Play the beat of Kannada and the beat should be loud and clear. Kuvempu wants to awaken the quiet heart and unite people beyond boundaries. A poem written in yester years has not lost its essence. The time could not have been better to recite it with passion.

This thought that provoked many minds to think and work towards conserving our planet and the only one we have. Reducing our Carbon footprints, controlling Greenhouse gas emissions and adopting energy efficiency solutions; yet at the same time not compromising on speed and quality of our daily activities has become a new age predicament. To help address this, Schneider Electric India Foundation as part of its Social charter has deployed a participative educational program called Conserve My Planet for children across the world.

The word ‘ethnic ‘refers to the characteristics of people, especially a group sharing a common and distinctive culture, religion, language etc. The celebration of this sharing is given different names in our society. School being a miniature society,it makes a constant effort to bring children from various backgrounds under this big umbrella of commonness.

A celebration of life in spirit and energy requires minimal motivation to take shape in our fast paced life. Dressing appropriately for the occasion will not only boast the morale of mankind but also bring in hope and aspirations for the coming years. DIWALI the festival of lights is the one that illuminates our path, the path towards prosperity, joy and happiness.

War lays waste to all of human civilization; not just one part of the world, but every single corner of it.

In the twenty first century, war no more plays a pivotal role in establishing supremacy. Rather, war is now seen as one of the wasteful and derogatory acts of humans. In fact, diplomacy is now what is used to establish leadership. In light of this, the United Nations was established with a vision to eradicate the very presence of war. So far, the United Nations has definitely succeeded in its motives. It has efficiently prevented war on a large scale and will continue to do so in the future. The leaders responsible for the progress of mankind have been the source for inspiration for young minds around the world.

FIELD TRIPS are the most awaited event in any school. Students really look forward to spending time with their friends. It is also found that students learn quite a lot. In particular, enriching field trips contribute to the development of students into civilized young men and women who possess more knowledge about art, have stronger critical-thinking skills, exhibit increased historical empathy, display higher levels of tolerance, and have a greater taste for consuming art and culture.

Congratulations!!! Bhuvan R of class IX’ A. Won the Sunrise Yonex Karnataka State Badminton Championships – 2016 SEMI – FINALIST


The educational arena in India has changed over the decades. It has not contained itself in water tight compartments anymore. Working is silos are not the preferred trend. Academicians are aware that collaboration with the society is the key to success for any educational institution. One of the steps that we take towards building a connected miniature society is bringing students from various backgrounds together on a single stage. While doing so healthy competition plays a major role in motivating students to perform, excel and offer a lot more reward than just the winning prize. Competitions offer a chance for participants to gain substantial experience, showcase skills, analyze and evaluate outcomes and uncover personal aptitude. Competitions also encourage students to adopt innovative techniques and develop their ideas and skills.


The process of learning is deep rooted in the society of mankind. The learning methodologies have changed as per the requirement of the society. But what has not changed is the role and importance that a teacher and a mentor have in a child’s life.

Think Creativity & Intelligences Quest (CIQ), is an initiative of three leaders in the field of school education Mr. Mansoor Ali Khan of DPS, Bangalore, Mr. S Selvarajan of SRV, Rasipuram and Dr. M Srinivasan of GEAR Innovative Intl. School, Bangalore. The mission is to promote Creativity, Intelligences & Innovation with a “bottom up” approach.


Congratulations! Vaishnavi Jha ( Khushi Vineet ) had auditioned and was selected for the theatre workshop under Berserk 2016.This workshop was organised by Sublime Galleria at the UB city and Ecumenical Christian Centre (ECC ), Bangalore from 24th to 26th of August. Sanjana Kapoor from Prithvi theatre was one of the mentors who conducted the workshop


Aryan R. A of class ‘X’ A, won both the golf tournaments. This is his 100th win.

Eating is not merely a material pleasure. Eating well gives a spectacular joy to life and contributes immensely to goodwill and happy companionship. It is of great importance to the morale.

– Elsa Schiaparelli.

The students of 12th standard at NATIONAL CENTRE FOR EXCELLENCE were provided with an opportunity on 6th of November, 2015 to think out of the box and be creative. They were asked to ‘COOK WITHOUT FIRE. The idea was to provide a common ground and a universal experience to all.

Like Paul Prudhomme rightly said ‘You don’t need a sliver fork to eat good food’. It was food that soothed the mind and body alike. The students who are academically inclined at all times welcomed the pleasant change with open arms. The food reflected the passion and love for ‘right eating’. The food was also presented in the most elegant manner and saw our Judge, Mrs Prabha Balasubramanian appreciate the effort taken and was overwhelmed at the aesthetic sense of the children.



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