National Centre for Excellence Bengaluru
Bengaluru

Established

2006

Type

Co-ed Day School

Board

CBSE

Overview

National Centre for Excellence, Bengaluru (NCFE) is a co-ed day school affiliated with the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), New Delhi. Located in Bengaluru, National Centre for Excellence was established in 2006 by Dr. N Vijaya Kumar and Padmini Vijaya Kumar under the aegis of Vijay Kiran Educational Trust and Vijay Kiran Group of Institutions.

NCFE hosts two campuses in Bengaluru: the C V Raman Nagar Campus hosts around 2300 students with a faculty of 120, while the Jeevan Bhima Nagar branch (established in 2017) hosts around 450 students.

An ISO 9001:2015 certified School and a vital part of Vijay Kiran Educational Trust, NCFE operates in pursuit of creating an environment of teamwork and stress-free learning. NCFE hosts a student population of 2750 and a parent body of 7000. The corporate team and faculty of 175 professionals facilitate educational programmes. The school endorses a student-centric teaching-learning philosophy involving active learning and game-based strategies and caters to the differently abled, dedicating specialized faculty members catering to the individual needs of the students.

Campus

The National Centre for Excellence, Bengaluru is spread over a 7.5-acre campus housing 119 spacious classrooms of 750 sq. ft equipped with ICT teaching-learning facilities, with a student strength of 25-30 in a class. The school provides laboratories for physics, chemistry, biology, mathematics, computer science and ATL. The school also houses a well-stocked library with four periodicals, eight dailies, 7300 reference books and 22 magazines. Extracurricular facilities such as music and dance rooms are also available within the NCFE campus.

The state-of-the-art infrastructure also facilitates sports facilities with the sports complex providing provisions for badminton, squash, swimming (indoor pool), basketball, table tennis and so on, helping students perform both inside and outside the classrooms.

Academics

Affiliated with the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), New Delhi, National Centre for Excellence, Bengaluru provides education from classes pre-primary to XII. The NCFE academic curriculum blends face-to-face learning with interactive learning assignments and online learning activities, facilitating interactions between learner to learner, learner to instructor, and learner to community-based partners.

The curriculum and pedagogy at NCFE are designed to promote competency and outcome-based education. The pedagogy at NCFE, incorporates advanced innovation and technology with the framework of the New Educational policy (NEP) by integrating abstract concepts across subjects, thereby enabling learning across all stages. Teachers are provided with tabs to allow them to conduct distance learning efficiently, staying well-equipped to impart education in both online and offline mediums. The lessons conducted in class contain a multidisciplinary study with greater depth, critical thinking, attention to life aspirations, and greater flexibility and student choice.

The teaching and learning methods focus on the holistic development of the students. The teaching-learning process involves experiential learning that focuses on experimental, inquiry and discovery-based methods. Arts, sports, story-telling and ICT integrated pedagogy is followed. Emphasis is laid on the development of scientific temper, digital literacy, inculcation of knowledge and human values while preparing the lessons. The pedagogical process also focuses on acquiring skills in health, nutrition, physical education, fitness, wellness and sports. Age-appropriate activities are planned by the teachers through fun, creative, collaborative and exploratory activities for a deeper student-learning. The theme, play, activity-based methods implemented help the young minds to improve their language, cognitive, physical, socio-emotional and creative skills. Interactive teaching with reduced dependency on textbook learning, focus on critical thinking, discovery, discussion and analysis-based teaching and learning methods are used for the holistic education of the students.

NCFE’s learning centre comprises a group of specialists who work on Teacher Professional Development and imbibe the required best practices for the teaching- learning process.

Extracurriculars: Extracurricular programmes available to students include the following:

  • ATL
  • Summer Courses of Robotics and Public Communication
  • NCFE Inter- School Model United Nations
  • Home Science Club
  • Science Club
  • Eco Club
  • Literary Club
  • Quiz Club
  • SUPW
  • Intra-School Cultural Festival – Regale
  • Inter-School Blitz Cup – Football
  • Cubs & Bulbuls / Scouts & Guides

Head of Institute

Susan Barrid, Taranum Iqbal

General Information

Min Fee
140000
Admission Age
1 Year 8 Months
Teacher Student Ratio
2:30
Library
Yes
Transportation
Yes
Student Mix
Boys and Girls
No of Students
2750
Campus Size
7.5 acres
Labs
Physics, chemistry, biology, mathematics, computer and ATL
Internet Wi-Fi
Yes
Sports
Badminton, squash, swimming, basketball and table tennis

Admission

The criterion for admission into NCFE Bengaluru is based on the term assessment grades/predicted grades from the previous school and concepts covered in the previous school.

The admission process begins with the filling up of the online application form available on the school website. This is followed by a student interaction session/admission test and a meeting with the principal and the board of management. On securing admission, parents must pay the fees and ensure the submission of the following documents in the stipulated time:

  • Birth certificate
  • Vaccination card
  • Student photographs
  • Aadhaar card
  • Passport
  • Previous two-year report cards
  • TC from the previous school
  • Address/ID Proof
  • Admission consent form
  • SATS TC (for Karnataka Students)

The School year is from April to March; hence it is better to be a part of the school year from the beginning. Admission is not granted beyond December of the academic year, unless in Central Government Transfer cases.

The age criteria is as follows:

Class Age Criteria
Play Group 1 1 Year 8 Months as on 01 June of the Calendar Year
Play Group 2 / Montessori 1 2 Years 7 Months as on 01 June of the Calendar Year
LKG / Montessori 2 3 Years 7 Months as on 01 June of the Calendar Year
UKG / Montessori 3 4 Years 7 Months as on 01 June of the Calendar Year
Class 1 5 Years 5 Months as on 01 June of the Calendar Year

Fee Structure for 2021-22:

Registration fee- INR 30000 – 50000 (based on grade)

School fee- INR 140000

Achievement

Academic Achievements of The National Centre for Education, Bengaluru:

International award winners of different Olympiads 2020-2021
S No Name of the Student Class International rank in IMO Awards – Won
1 VIHAAN JAIN 4 International Rank 1 Gifts Worth Rs. 1000/- + International Gold Medal + Certificate of outstanding performance
2 EESHAN MANDAL 4 International Rank 1 Gifts Worth Rs. 1000/- + International Gold Medal + Certificate of outstanding performance
3 MEERA JHA 4 International Rank 6 Gifts Worth Rs. 1000/- + Zonal Bronze Medal + Certificate of Zonal Excellence
4 ANANYA GANGULE 5 International Rank 8 Gifts Worth Rs. 1000/- + Zonal Bronze Medal + Certificate of Zonal Excellence
5 SRINIDHI.M 7 International Rank 6 Gifts Worth Rs. 1000/- + Zonal Bronze Medal + Certificate of Zonal Excellence
6 VISHAL VIJAYAKUMAR 6 International Rank 9 Gifts Worth Rs. 500/- + Medal of Distinction + Certificate Distinction
7 ATUL SHATAVART NADIG 10 International Rank 2 Gifts Worth Rs. 1000/- + International Silver Medal + Certificate of Outstanding Performance
8 AMRUTHA PATARY 10 International Rank 9 Gifts Worth Rs. 500/- + Medal of Distinction + Certificate of Distinction
9 HRISHIKESH GANGULE 11 International Rank 3 Gifts Worth Rs. 1000/- + International Bronze Medal + Certificate of Outstanding Performance
10 PRAJEET SINGH RAWAT 11 International Rank 5 Gifts Worth Rs. 1000/- + Zonal Gold Medal + Certificate of ZonaL Excellence
 
National Science Olympiad
S No Name of the Student class International rank in IMO Awards – Won
1 SRINIDHI.M 6 International Rank 7 Gifts Worth Rs. 1000/- + Zonal Silver Medal + Certificate of Zonal Excellence
2 SURYANSH AGRAWAL 7 International Rank 8 Gifts Worth Rs. 500/- + Medal of Distinction + Certificate of Distinction
3 SOHAN SAMANTA 8 International Rank 1 Gifts Worth Rs. 1000/- + International Gold Medal + Certificate of Outstanding Performance
 
International English Olympiad
S No Name of the Student class International rank in IMO Awards – Won
1 DARSHITA BHATTACHARJEE 3 International Rank 1 Gifts Worth Rs. 1000/- + International Gold Medal + Certificate of Outstanding Performance
2 DHRUV CHAKRABORTY 3 International Rank 1 Gifts Worth Rs. 1000/- + International Gold Medal + Certificate of Outstanding Performance
3 RITHI MANU 4 International Rank 1 Gifts Worth Rs. 1000/- + International Gold Medal + Certificate of Outstanding Performance
4 SRINIDHI.M 6 International Rank 3 Gifts Worth Rs. 1000/- + International Bronze Medal + Certificate of Outstanding Performance
5 SRIHARSHA KAVURI 10 International Rank 4 Gifts Worth Rs. 1000/- + Zonal Gold Medal + Certificate of Zonal Excellence
6 DHRUTI PRATAPA 10 International Rank 8 Gifts Worth Rs. 1000/- + Zonal Bronze Medal + Certificate of Zonal Excellence
 
International General Knowledge Olympiad
S No Name of the Student class International rank in IMO Awards – Won
1 BHARGAVI ANANDKUMAR 4 International Rank 4 Gifts Worth Rs. 1000/- + Zonal Gold Medal + Certificate of Zonal Excellence
2 SRIJAN S D 5 International Rank 4 Gifts Worth Rs. 1000/- + Zonal Gold Medal + Certificate of Zonal Excellence
3 VISHAL VIJAYAKUMAR 6 International Rank 2 Gifts Worth Rs. 1000/- + International Silver Medal + Certificate of Outstanding Performance
 
NSTSE
S No Name of the Student Class Rank Awards – Won
1 HRISHIKESH GANGULE 11 All India Rank 2 Gift worth Rs 25000/- and a Gold Medal

 

Board Exam Results

  • 100% results in all Board Examinations
  • One centum in Mathematics in the year 2016-17
  • 5 centums in Science, Social Science and Mathematics in the year 2017-18
  • 16 centums in Science, Social Science, Mathematics and Biology in the year 2018-19
  • 20 centums in Science, Social Science, Mathematics and Biology in the year 2019-20

Inter- School Achievements for 2021:

Winners of the 2nd Edition of ‘SANSKRUTI’ Inter-School Classical Dance Competition

Solo / Group Category Participant / Group name School
Solo Junior Neha National Centre for Excellence, CVR 
Solo Junior Parvathy National Centre for Excellence, CVR 
Solo Senior Nea Nicel National Centre for Excellence, CVR 

 

‘Heritage Art and Cultural Fest’ that was held on 18 & 19 July 2019

Dance  Category Solo /Group  Music /Dance form  Student name School 
Vocal  Senior  solo Classical  Raghav Devanathan  National Centre for Excellence, CVR
Vocal  NA GROUP Light classical  GROUP 2 – Shivani M S (6), Akanksha Mahadevan (6), Bhargav V (6), Shlokaa Praveen (6), Bangmoy B L (6) National Centre for Excellence, CVR
Dance  Junior solo Classical  Parvathy National Centre for Excellence, CVR
Dance  Junior solo Classical  Neha Manjunath  National Centre for Excellence, CVR
Dance  Senior solo Classical  Sanjana Rajesh  National Centre for Excellence, CVR

Inter-school Fests 2020-21

Name of the student Class Interschool event Event Position
1.       Sangeethgowrishankar IX St. Antony Public School Enova Festenova Repo Depo III
2.       Tejaswini X St. Antony Public School Enova Fest Photography II
3.       Vasupradha VIII St. Antony Public School Enova Fest Photography And Travelogue Writing III
4.       Kavya Sreejesh VIII St. Antony Public School Enova Fest Creative Writing II
5.       Charis IX St. Antony Public School Enova Fest Repo Depo Special Mention
6.       Tejas Mitra X Art Chitra Kala Art Chitra Kala I
7.       Srijan,

Siva Bruhathi,

Vishal Vijaykumar and Preksha

IV-VI Rotary Club Rotary Club Spell Bee Top 20
8.       Nea Nicel VIII Kalakshetra Kalakshetra Dance Competition III
9.       Nea Nicel VIII   World Natya Competition II
10.   Nea Nicel and Harini VII-VIII IIHM Junior Chef Regional Level Entered Top 20

 

Young Warriors – 2019 -2020 Chess Championships – 500 students participated 

District-level winners
Category Name School Position
Junior Mehansh  National Centre For Excellence, CVR FIRST
Sub Junior Dhruv  National Centre For Excellence, CVR THIRD
Senior  Atul Shatavat National Centre For Excellence, CVR FIRST

 

‘DRISHYAA’ online inter-school photography

Student Name School Grade  Category
Shamhitha Dinesh National Centre For Excellence – JBN, Bangalore 7 MIDDLE CONSOLATION PRIZE

 

Student Achievements:

Vaibhav class X – won gold, silver and bronze medals in various state and national level events in 2019 – 2020 such as high kick, kaiporu (free hand combat), chuvudukal, stick fight, mayapattu and urumi Veesal (flexible sword waving).

Medhansh – emerged 5th out of 400+ players, scoring 6 out of 7 points in the 39th Open RAPID Chess tournament in Bangalore. His name was also featured in Times of India for the achievement.

Prathiksha Raj- played in various under-15, 16 and 17 badminton singles district-level and national championships in 2018 and 2019. She debuted in Nationals in 2019 representing Karnataka and ranked 18 all over Karnataka in the under-17 category.

Aradhan Gowda – won best swimmer award in Group-III category in Gfray Wilson Garden.

Avinash V (class X) – participated in International MUN’s (32.0, 37.0, 54.0 and 58.0) and GenSoc MUN’s and received the title of best/outstanding delegate and special mention representing various countries (France, USA and Saudi Arabia). Represented Internet MUN and received letter of recommendation from United Nations Director – India, Mr. Rajiv Chandran and the Secretary General and Director General of IMUN. Avinash also represented FamPay powered by IDFC First Bank and successfully completed the Python programming course offered by University of Michigan on Python with 100%. 

Sanjana Rajesh (class X) – a budding Bharathnatyam artiste completed her Arangetram in 2018 and recently presented her first solo production Ávartana’ with her own rhythmic compositions and choreography. She has been awarded the CCRT Scholarship – 2019, by the Ministry of Culture and Resources. Sanjana also emerged a centre topper in the Junior Dance Examination conducted by the Karnataka Secondary Education Board and has been a major part of two popular productions of Indian Raga, a popular YouTube channel. Sanjana is trained in Carnatic vocal by Smt. Rama Vishwanath for the past six years. She is intensively getting trained in Mridangam under Shri. Vinay Nagarajan and has secured distinction in the Junior exam for Mridangam conducted by the Karnataka Secondary Education Board.

Teachers’ Achievements:

IEM Teachathon 2020:

Teachers of NCFE CVR participated successfully in Teachathon 2020; NCFE CVR Vice Principal Smitha Menon and HOD (Science) Vijayalakshmi Mohan were the Jury members for science sharing the platform with some of the most eminent educators across the country. NCFE CVR winners:

  • 1st Place for Online Delivery (Science) – Mridula Menon
  • 1st place for Assessment design (Mathematics) – Priya Bala Kailasam
  • 2nd place for Assessment design (Mathematics) – Kiruthiga Sivaprasath
  • 2nd place in Teachathon (Mathematics) – Priya Bala kailasam
  • 3rd place for Instructional Design (Social Science) – Laya Mathew
  • 3rd place in Teachathon (Social Science) – Laya Mathew
  • 3rd place for Innovative Lesson Plan – Mridula Menon

CENTA TPO:

Kiruthiga Sivaprasath got an overall rank of 32, subject rank 8 and online teaching track 3. She was awarded with a 10000 cash prize, training by tech Mahindra, English proficiency books, Lenovo discount and CENTA’s free online teaching course.

IPN:

Mayuri Kanabar was conferred Winner in IPN India 2020 in the non-scholastic skills enhancer category. This was for the individual who focused not only on academic and scholastic skills but also focused on non-scholastic skills enhancing for the academic year 2020-21.

Ganamritam:

Kakali Ghosh, music faculty, was one of the finalists amongst the seven finalists selected for the final round. She received a trophy and other gadgets as prizes.

Accommodation

Being a day school, National Centre for Education, Bengaluru does not provide accommodation facilities. 

Updates

Information

Website : https://www.ncfe.ac.in/

Address : 154/1, Vijay Kiran Knowledge Park, 5th Main, Malleshpalya, Bengaluru

Email : [email protected]

Contact : +91 8047185857

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