CBSE & DoE Initiatives


  (Circular No.DE.23(386)/SchBr/SHP/2022/36-40)

BBPS, GRH Marg conducted a National Deworming drive for the students of Class IV on April 7,2022 as per the guidelines of Directorate of Education and Directorate of Family Welfare, GNCTD. A single age-appropriate dose of Albendazole was administered to the students on the said date in the school premises by the school doctor and nurse in the presence of the Vice Principal, Head Mistress and the Chief Coordinator. The students were checked for any side effects and briefed about the importance of the drive. It was a successful campaign and no student reported any discomfort.


India is known for its cultural vibrancy and plurality of languages. Alphabets are foundation bricks which give shape to the language contours. To further the objectives of Central Board of Secondary Education's ‘EK Bharat, Shrestha Bharat’ scheme for promoting cultural unity, the Primary Department (GR) envisaged the following activities. These activities focused on familiarizing students with the 22 regional languages of India recognized under the eighth schedule of the Indian constitution.

  •  World of Alphabets: Students were assigned to research and write the alphabets and a phrase - ‘Ek Bharat, Shrestha Bharat’ in the varied regional languages of India. Students
    learnt and witnessed the composite culture of our country through the alphabets from different regional languages.
  • Bookmark-My Bestie: To promote the importance of vernaculars further, students were asked to prepare bookmarks and write ‘I Love Reading’ in different regional
    languages. Students decorated their bookmarks with the help of pictures, colours etc. The activity garnered active participation from the students and appreciation from the parents.
    To celebrate the diversity and unity of India and to build a sense of cultural brotherhood amongst our students, the Primary Department of Pusa Road Campus
    organised a special activity, ‘States of India’ under the ‘Ek Bharat Shreshtha Bharat’ initiative of the Central Government. The activity provided a platform for the students
    to appreciate and understand the rich culture, heritage, traditions and customs of different states that are vital for the spirit of nation-building. Different states were
    allotted to the students. They explored the festivals, cuisines, costumes, historical monuments, famous personalities etc. They presented their work through drawings,
    collages & posters. The creative output of the students was compiled as Newsletters.


Drop Everything and Read (D.E.A.R.), a virtual reading activity for the classes (VI to XII) was held on 12 and 13 July 2021. All the students and the class teachers from the school participated in the virtual session and read their respective books. Students chose books from any genre except their textbooks. They also used diverse digital modes of reading and enjoyed the enriching session. The agenda was to celebrate the wonderful world of reading and include everyone to take some time and revel in reading. The young readers used their favorite books as a medium of rich contexts for learning and immersed themselves in stories. The virtual session was perfect for cross-curricular learning and elicited positive response from students and parents. D.E.A.R activity allows children to value books and creates a strong reading culture!


The International Day against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking or World Drug Day, is marked on 26 June every year, to strengthen action and cooperation in achieving the goal of a world free of drug abuse. With the aim of creating awareness, AIIMS — NDDTC, Delhi organized an online program on 25 June 2021 to make us all understand substance abuse, the rampant concern of our society. All teachers of Bal Bharati Public School GRHM, attended the enriching session. The online session created awareness among teachers, which they can further use in day-to-day life to prevent drug abuse and illicit trafficking. The main focus of the session was on the increase in rate of substance use during adolescence years. During the session, the speaker also mentioned the ill effects of substance abuse on all strata of society and quality of life.


In accordance with the CBSE guidelines and the pandemic situation, International Day of Yoga was celebrated virtually on 21 June 2021.Numerous activities were carried out to promote and adopt a healthy and harmonious lifestyle through yoga.

⦁ A yoga workshop was conducted for students, parents and teachers from 10 -20 June 2021 for classes VI-XII. Various beneficial asanas along with a meditation session were also conducted during the workshop.

⦁ An online yoga quiz was also conducted from 18-20 June for students, parents and teachers from classes I - XII. The purpose of the quiz was to make everyone aware and propagate the benefits of Yoga. Winners were appreciated on 21 June.



With reference to the CBSE circular No. Acad06/2021 dated 11 January,2021, 'Road Safety' month was observed in school from 18 January 2021 to 17 February 2021.

A plethora of activities was conducted for the students of Class I, II & III on the theme ‘Sadak Suraksha, Jeewan Raksha.’

These activities included - Poster making, Pledge Taking , Virtual Quiz, Slogan Writing, Story Narration, Vocabulary Enrichment Activity, Collage Making and a Virtual Excursion to Traffic Training Park.

The month-long event, full of enriching activities would certainly motivate the students to act responsibly on the road and make the Indian roads, the safest in the world. The essence of these activities reflected in the quote - ‘Safety is not just a slogan , it's a way of life.’  was truly imbibed by our children.