The school is affiliated to several Institutions of merit and excellence, in order to bring the best in teaching methodologies and pedagogy to the students.
The IB is a non-profit educational foundation, driven by its mission, which is focused on the universal student. It was founded in 1968, in Geneva, Switzerland. It offers international educational programmes of high quality to more than 1 million students in 146 countries. It has been awarded the Majesterio Prize for Champions of Education.
The four main programmes offered by IB for students aged 3-19 years are: Primary Years Programme; Middle Years Programme; Diploma Programme and IB Career-related Certificate. They help develop intellectual, personal, emotional and social skills, to enable the child to adapt and live in a globalized world. In India more than 100 schools offer the IB methodology. Niraj International School is proud to be one of them.
The IB is passionate about promoting inter-cultural understanding, encouraging respect for alternative viewpoints. It works towards this end by actively involving other relevant stakeholders, especially teachers, world-wide. The IB collaborates with schools, Governments and international organizations, towards implementing its programmes. It envisions the student as a future global citizen, who is well-educated, compassionate, tolerant and respectful of other cultures, thereby contributing to a more peaceful world.
Find more information on the IB FAQs page.
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) established in the year 1929, enjoys today the distinction of being one of the oldest and largest Board of Secondary Education in India. It has about 15,000 affiliated schools in India and across 24 other countries of the world.
The CBSE envisions a robust, vibrant and holistic school education that will engender excellence in every sphere of human endeavour. It works towards evolving a learning process and environment, which empowers the future citizens to become global leaders in the emergingÂ knowledge society. The CBSE affiliated schools follow a uniform curriculum with a flexible scheme of studies suitable to the needs of each and every student.
The British Council of the United Kingdom is an international organization which promotes cultural relations and educational opportunities in 110 countries and territories. It operates in 191 offices and has links with 5,300 schools across the world. In India, it was established in 1948 in New Delhi. It has offices in Chennai, Kolkata and Mumbai. It runs Libraries and Cultural Centres in association with ICCR- Indian Council for Cultural Relations, in Ahmadabad, Bengaluru, Chandigarh, Pune and Hyderabad. The British Council supports a range of specialized projects in Arts, Education, English Language, Exams and Cultural programmes.
It provides English language training and learning for teachers and students, enabling opportunities for further study in UK. It also conducts exams for the IGCSE- International General Certificate of Secondary Education, for 14-16 year old students. For English language it offers four specially designed courses for schools, viz: Young Learners English; Watch and Learn; Whizz Kids and Shining Stars; and Speak out, Write Right.
The British Council’s Young Learners English programme- YLE, is implemented in Niraj International School. The YLE courses are structured in an innovative way that supports the realization of the child’s full potential in the English language, in an interactive and enjoyable way.