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05 Dec,2023

BCM Students' Compassionate Spirit Illuminates Diwali for the Underprivileged Driven by unwavering compassion.

BCM Students' Compassionate Spirit Illuminates Diwali for the Underprivileged
Driven by unwavering compassion, the students of BCM embarked on a heartwarming initiative to brighten the lives of underprivileged children during the joyous Diwali festival. With fervent enthusiasm, they organized a donation drive, gathering an abundance of essential items such as edibles, stationery, and clothing. Their collective generosity culminated on December 5th, when, in collaboration with Ray of Positivity, these cherished contributions were distributed to deserving recipients. This noble act serves as a testament to the students' unwavering commitment to spreading joy and kindness, particularly during a time of celebration. Through their actions, they have woven a tapestry of hope and compassion, ensuring that the light of Diwali shines brightly for all.

25 Nov,2023

A enlightening excursion to Delmonte Foods Private Limited

The Entrepreneur Club of BCM School, accompanied by two esteemed teachers, embarked on a enlightening excursion to Delmonte Foods Private Limited. The visit commenced at 11 o'clock with a gracious welcome, where the students were treated to a delightful spread of tea and biscuits. Subsequently, a seasoned professional provided a comprehensive overview of the company's operations.

The students, brimming with enthusiasm, witnessed the intricate processes involved in the production and packaging of the company's products. Their inquisitive minds led to a vibrant exchange of questions, fostering a deeper understanding of the intricacies of the industry. 

A highlight of the tour was the exploration of the Finished Goods Cold Storage, where the students gained insights into the meticulous measures taken to preserve the quality of the products. The visit concluded with an insightful tour of the open field, offering a holistic view of the company's operations.

The experience proved to be invaluable for the students, providing them with practical knowledge and a firsthand glimpse into the workings of a prominent player in the food industry. This immersive encounter is sure to leave a lasting impression on the budding entrepreneurs of BCM School, fostering a deeper appreciation for the complexities of the business world.

16 Nov,2023

BCMites' Extraordinary Journey to ISRO and Beyond!

Embarking on a seven-day educational extravaganza, 40 students from BCM School SEC 32 A, Ludhiana, along with three dedicated faculty members, ventured into the realms of Andhra Pradesh, Chennai, and Puducherry with Travel Today. This once-in-a-lifetime experience was a unique blend of learning and fun that left an indelible mark on every participant.
Exploration Highlights:
ISRO Satish Dhawan Space Centre,
A day at the heart of space exploration! Our students delved into the practical intricacies of rocket launching, witnessing the awe-inspiring assembly and launch of space vehicles. The ISRO tour bus provided an up-close encounter with the marvels of space technology.
Crocodile Park:
Dive into the wild! More than 700 species of crocodiles and a myriad of reptiles awaited our curious minds at the Crocodile Park, making it an educational adventure in the heart of the animal kingdom.
Marina Beach:
Fun in the sun! India's longest beach, Marina Beach, became a playground for laughter and joy as our students relished the scenic beauty and camaraderie.
Cultural Marvels:
From the spiritual ambiance of Manakula Vinayagar Temple in Puducherry to the historical grandeur of St Thomas Cathedral Basilica in Chennai and the ancient Hindu temples in Mahabalipuram, our journey was a tapestry of cultural richness.
Aurobindo Ashram and Auroville:
A serene pause! A visit to Aurobindo Ashram and Auroville provided moments of introspection and spiritual connection, adding depth to our educational sojourn.
Accommodations and Transportation:
Seamless services from flight to hotel and sightseeing ensured a comfortable and worry-free experience for our young explorers. Travel today surpassed expectations, making every moment memorable.
Noble Values and Lifelong Lessons:
This tour wasn't just about places; it was a journey infused with the noble values our school instills in its students. Education, curiosity, and fun seamlessly intertwined, creating a holistic experience that transcends textbooks.
Gratitude to Our Tour Members:
A heartfelt thank you to our incredible tour leaders:
Ms. Alka (Tour Incharge)
Ms. Renu Bala
Mr. Mukesh
This trip was not just a journey; it was a chapter in the book of unforgettable experiences for our students. The memories created will forever be etched in their hearts. Here's to more adventures and enriching journeys ahead!

11 Oct,2023

Joy of Giving

BCM School, Ludhiana, a renowned educational institution with the strength of approximately 7000 students known for its commitment to holistic education and community engagement, has a vibrant Community Club that actively participated in the social initiative JOY Of Giving. This initiative, organized by CityNeeds ("Daan Utsaav") in association with the Municipal Corporation in the month of October (1st - 12th), aimed to contribute to the welfare of the city. Students, parents and teachers enthusiastically participated in the initiative, donating clothes, shoes,books, medicines s, stationery items eatables, e-waste, and other items.
The Community Club at BCM School is a testament to the school's commitment to inculcating in its students a sense of social responsibility and compassion. Through their participation in the JOY Of Giving initiative, the students learned the importance of giving back to their community and making a difference in the lives of others. Their participation also helped to raise awareness about the needs of the underprivileged and inspire others to join the cause.
BCM School's participation in the JOY Of Giving initiative is a shining example of how educational institutions can play a leading role in promoting social justice and inclusive development. By inculcating in their students the values of empathy, compassion, and service, such institutions can help to create a more just and equitable world for all.

05 Aug,2023

Visit to Old Age Home Nishkam Ashram,Biha Pind.

Psychology students of 11th class went to Nishkam ashram,Biha pind. Students have prepared handmade cards,paintings,roses,performances and games for old people over there. All students tried to build rapport with them. They played the games like Guessing the word, cup and balls and passing the parcel. Old  people participated very enthusiastically and were enjoying as kid . As students were assigned for taking case history of any one member over there, after talking with them students  came to know about their life history and they found answers why they were there.  Many people were suffering from mental health problems like depression, extreme stress There were many reasons for which these people came here, but the most comon was that their children doesnt want to take their responsibility.
At the end of this visit students realised the ground level reality of our society and its mind set .At end of visit there were huge shift of empathy and gratitude in students.

26 Jul,2023

YOUTH '23 CONCLAVE on Climate Conservation and Clean Air Punjab.

YOUTH '23 CONCLAVE  on climate conservation  and clean Air Punjab  dated 26th July 23 was held at Dr. Khem Singh Gill Farmer's Service Center , in PAU conducted by ECO sikh Charitable society which is a USA-based global Sikh environmental organization fighting the climate crisis. It has planted 600+ forests. 
 
 From BCM School  5 students named Raghav Bhatia, Aryan Shrivastav, Smarth Singh, Sanyati Jain, Vanshika Sharma headed by Kanak Pandey TGT Social Science and Head of the ECO CLUB  have attended the meeting. There was a bench of experts including Balmit Kaur (Principal of DPS) and Dr Prabhjyot Kaur Sidhu
Principal Scientist (Agrometeorology) at PAU. There was a very informative discussion session with Sanjay kanwar Sub Divisional Officer at Local Govt.Punjab
There was one workshop for the students. Participating students earned appreciation certificates under Clean Air.
This Youth conclave was aimed to strengthen young leaders existing networks, encourage interdisciplinary learning, provide a space for broader conservation storytelling, and add momentum to creating active space for nature and climate discussions.   
There was an  interactive session which inspired a lot to our student's team .

26 May,2023

One-Day Excursion to Fun City Chandigarh Class VI & X

To commemorate the Biodiversity Day proposed by CBSE, BCM School, Chandigarh Road organized an enthralling one-day excursion to Fun City in Chandigarh, exclusively for the enthusiastic students of classes VI to X. The journey commenced at the crack of dawn, precisely at 6:45 am, and the group arrived at their eagerly anticipated destination around 8:30 am. As the students ventured into the vibrant water park, their spirits soared, immersing themselves in a plethora of exhilarating games, swings, and thrilling rides. The primary objective of this excursion was to instill within the students the cherished virtues of cooperation, coordination, and embracing unity in diversity. Additionally, this outing provided an invaluable opportunity for students to forge unforgettable memories of  the joyous fellowship of their classmates.

08 Feb,2023

VISIT TO TIGER SAFARI

The Eco Club students of Middle Wing recently visited Ludhiana Zoo & Tiger Safari as part of field studies. The excursion was planned to reintroduce the initiative to create awareness about the forests and the importance of protecting it in the young minds. Students got the opportunity to interact with the officials and get first-hand information about the wildlife in their neighbourhood and conservation activities to protect the flora and fauna of the reserve. Students witness sumptuous tigers wandering amidst the dense forest and varied other animals thriving amidst the jungle including sambhar deer, peacocks and rabbits. Students thanked School Principal for giving them chance to explore the biosphere.

29 Dec,2022

Educational visit of Fine Arts and photography students to Lalit Kala Akademi’s photo Art exhibition

The students of Fine arts and few selected students of photography from classes XI and XII went for an educational visit to Lalit Kala Akademi’s Photo art exhibition in Chandigarh. The exhibition was a great exposure and a source of enhanced creativity for the students. They learned about monochromes and different elements of photography. Students also explored a variety of artefacts ‘In the World of Rock Garden’. 

10 Dec,2022

Industrial visit of Fashion Studies Department

The Fashion studies department of BCM School organized one day industrial visit to Juelle Pvt Ltd on 10th Dec 2022 for class XII Fashion studies students.The main idea of the visit was to show the students the various proceedings happening in Fashion industry. The visit lasted for about 3 hours. A good exposure of practical work and machines used for manufacturing garments was given to students.

07 Dec,2022

Mass Media students visit The Indian Express

To To enlighten students, with the knowledge about the working of the printing press and its machinery, students of class XI were taken for an industrial visit to the Indian express office, Panchkula. Students were guided by Mr. Ranjit  Verma, the production head at The Express Group. Children were enthralled to learn new things about printing and a.m. to p.m. processing of the press. The Educational visit was planned to give practical exposure to the students of Mass Media for better understanding of the concepts of printing.

06 Dec,2022

Industrial visit to Vardhman Mills

The students of Commerce Stream went for an industrial visit to Vardhman Mills on 6th Dec 2022 for class XI & XII. Students directly interacted with the workers working with the machines. They saw the process of making of wool from raw material. The main purpose of the visit was to groom students to become accomplished professionals and to enhance their learning experience.

It was a great learning experience for them

 

17 Nov,2022

Educational Trip to Jaipur

India has been woven by diverse linguistic cultural and religious threads, held together into the composite national identity by the rich history of cultural revolution. To showcase this an educational trip was organised for the students of secondary wing of BCM School, Chandigarh Road, Ludhiana in the month of November.145 students of class X along with 11 teachers started their three days four nights trip on 17th November 2022 whereas 183 students of class IX along with 13 teachers started their journey on 20th November 2022.

Songs, jokes and laughter were constant in the twelve hours long bus ride.

After arriving at Jaipur, the group geared up for the first sight seeing which comprised a visit to JANTAR MANTAR, a UNESCO World Heritage site built in 1738 by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh. Students were amazed to learn that how time was estimated in earlier days. The next stop was HAWA MAHAL, the Palace of Winds, built in 1799. This unique five storey structure is a blend of Hindu and Islamic architecture.

Last stop of the day was CITY PALACE. Its major part is now the Maharaja Sawai Mann Singh II Museum. The guide told the students the stories about the princes of Jaipur.

Next morning, the batch set out to explore AMER FORT. It is also a UNESCO World Heritage site. The guide showed the entire fort with detailed explanation. Within its strong walls one finds beautiful gardens and magnificent palaces.

Next in the list was JAL MAHAL. Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh constructed it in 1799 to serve as the hunting lodge during his duck shooting trips. It stands in the middle of a lake. It is a five storied structure built in the Rajput style of architecture.

 In the afternoons, the group visited BIRLA MANDIR, also called LAXMI NARAYAN TEMPLE. The sanctity of this temple is enhanced by the lawns around the main group structure. This beautiful temple is made up of pure white marble and the walls of the temple adorn the carvings of quotes from Bhagwat Gita.

In the evening the group left for much awaited visit to CHOKHI DHANI, a Rajasthani village created to help people to understand Rajasthan’s art, culture and lifestyle. Students also relished the delicious meal in a pure traditional Rajasthani style.

On the third last day of the trip, the group left for ALBERT HALL MUSEUM. The exquisitely designed Albert Hall is housed in the centre of Ram Niwas Garden. Sir Swinton Jacob designed it using styles from Indo- Saracenic architecture. The museum displays the wide range of metal objects, sculptures, arms and weapons.

In the evening the batch enjoyed shopping at Bapu Bazaar and Johri Bazaar. Around 10 pm, they started their journey back home and reached BCM School, the next morning, where the students met their parents who were anxiously waiting for them.

The motive behind this educational tour was to celebrate the unity in diversity of our nation, to promote the spirit of national integration, to showcase the rich heritage and culture and to create the environment which promotes learning.

27 Sep,2021

RASHTRIYA POSHAN ABHIYAAN

27 September, as we all know that balanced diet plays an important role in the physical and mental development of the children. But some children of our society do not have the access to nutritious food. Keeping this in mind,CBSE organized ‘Rashtriya Poshan Maah’ wherein students were motivated to share nutritious and balanced food with the underprivileged children of their locality - children in the slums in their street or the kids of the cleaning ladies at their home. Later on students shared pics with their respective class in charge while sharing food with them. Not all the activities are done to win competitions; a few are done to win the kind wishes of the underprivileged and the blessings of God through sharing and caring.

09 Aug,2021

INDUSTRIAL VISIT BY THE STUDENTS OF FASHION STUDIES.

August 9 & 19, The Fashion Studies department organized industrial visit to Juelle Pvt Ltd , Ludhiana , for class XII Fashion Studies students. The main idea of the visit was to show the students the various proceedings happening in Fashion industry. The visit lasted for about 3 hours each day. A good exposure of practical work and machines used for manufacturing garments was given to students. The students were delighted and they expressed to their gratitude to the school authorities for availing them the ?rst-hand experience of a fashion industry

29 May,2019

VISIT TO ORPHANAGE ||SECONDARY WING ||

VISIT TO ORPHANAGE

To help the children develop amongst them the divine qualities of gratitude and service towards others, the community club took the initiative of visiting the Mother Teresa Orphanage Home near Jalandhar bye pass, Ludhiana. To give the students a first-hand experience of witnessing the harsh realities that have strike the unfortunate section of the society,20 students were accompanied by 2 teachers to the place on May 29,2019.Students distributed eatables and drinks, sang songs, danced and played games like Ludo, chess and cards with the residents of the orphanage. Upon their return , the students seemed humbled at heart with beautiful memories of praying with them and an awakened sense of service to those in need.

18 Mar,2019

BCM Organizes An Educational Tour

An educational tour to President’s House, Supreme Court and Parliament House was organized by ‘BCM School, Sec. 32A, Ludhiana’ on 18th and 19th March, 2018.  46 students and 4 teachers accompanied the tour. Objective of the tour was to make the students aware of the functioning of Parliament House and to create their interest in national and international political issues.
On 18th March students visited Supreme Court museum, where they understood how Indian judiciary system evolved from ancient to present times. On the same day students visited President’s House museum, where they came to know about the legacy of great Presidents of India, which reflected their simple living and high thinking. 
On 19th March student’s visited India Gate and Parliament House, where they met and talked to a few eminent leaders. Overall the tour not only helped the studentsenjoy but also enhanced their knowledge. The principal of the school Mr. D P Guleriaappreciated the efforts and opined that tours are the firsthand experiences which highly contribute to the growth and development of the students.

14 Mar,2019

TRIP TO PARLIAMENT

             TRIP TO PARLIAMENT                        

 

With an objective to expand the mental horizon of the students, a team of 45 students and 3 teachers visited different places of educational importance in Delhi.  With great enthusiasm and fervor, the students undertook their journey. First of all they visited the Supreme Court Museum and watched a documentary on its functioning. Lower house, Upper house and Central Hall of the parliament were also visited which helped the students to understand their working. On the second day of the trip, the students visited Rashtrapati Museum, Railway Museum and War Memorial, where students not only gathered valuable information but also enjoyed the exhibition. A documentary highlighting the freedom struggle of the country led by Mahatma Gandhi was also showcased. In the Railway Museum, students enjoyed rides in toy train. At 6pm in the evening, the return journey of the trip started and the team reached back in the school campus at 3:30 am on 16 March.

28 May,2018

TRIP TO WONDERLAND II MIDDLE WING II

BCM School firmly believes that, all work and no fun makes a student’s life dull. In order to ensure that 1500 students of grades VI, VII & VIII have their share of fun, a trip to Wonderland Water Park, Jalandhar was arranged on 26th, 27th & 28th May. The energetic and enthusiastic students were all excited and geared up for their fun trip. As soon as they reached the water park they changed into their swimming attire & dived into the water. There were various other rides that the students thoroughly enjoyed. After this fun filled enjoyment they had their refreshment.

18 Mar,2018

BCM Organizes An Educational Tour

An educational tour to President’s House, Supreme Court and Parliament House was organized by ‘BCM School, Sec. 32A, Ludhiana’ on 18th and 19th March, 2018.  46 students and 4 teachers accompanied the tour. Objective of the tour was to make the students aware of the functioning of Parliament House and to create their interest in national and international political issues.

On 18th March students visited Supreme Court museum, where they understood how Indian judiciary system evolved from ancient to present times. On the same day students visited President’s House museum, where they came to know about the legacy of great Presidents of India, which reflected their simple living and high thinking.

On 19th March student’s visited India Gate and Parliament House, where they met and talked to a few eminent leaders. Overall the tour not only helped the studentsenjoy but also enhanced their knowledge. The principal of the school Mr. D P Guleriaappreciated the efforts and opined that tours are the firsthand experiences which highly contribute to the growth and development of the students.

10 Jan,2018

VISIT TO NASA

In order to make the students aware about Scientific inventions, BCMites visited NASA, Headquarters. The visit helped the students to gather practical knowledge about the functioning of Scientific Inventions through a demonstration and interaction with the officials.

The tour was organised by the school from 28 December 2017 to 9 January 2018.

15 Nov,2017

VISIT TO INCOME TAX OFFICE

In order to make the students tax aware 24 students of Commerce Stream of Class XII visited Income Tax Office in Rishi Nagar, Ludhiana. The visit helped the students to gather practical knowledge about the functioning of Income Tax Department through a Ppt and interaction with the income tax officials.

 

Mr. Vinay Kumar Jha , the chief Commissioner of income tax dept. ,Ludhiana discussed economic growth of India and answered to the queries and doubts of the students precisely. The students reached back to school at 3 O`clock recalling and relishing the precious moments.

21 Jul,2016

VISIT TO THAMES VALLEY AT EPSOM COLLEGE,UK

BCM Senior Secondary School, Sector 32-A is committed to providing every available facility, opportunity as well as national and international exposure to its students. As a part and means of education, the school was invited to send its students for a fortnightly Summer School Programme from 5 July to 19 July organized by Thames Valley Summer School at Epsom College, UK.

Ajay Behal of X-I, Aryan Chadha of VIII-K, Rashmi Saini of X-A and Jaskaran Singh of VI-J took part in this programme as exclusive invitees and had a chance to get in touch with students from  many other countries like Germany, Spain, France, Italy. Apart from receiving this global exposure they participated in several educational activities and tests where they showcased their brain & brawn. Accompanied by the teacher escort, Mrs. Savita Chadhha, the students also had guided tours to museums, Cambridge University, Brighton & Central London.

On returning, the students shared their experience with their teachers and school mates. Their radiant faces & beaming voices were self evident of how much they had enjoyed varied activities like swimming, football, art & craft, talent hunt, crazy games, disco-nights, Olympics etc. Rashmi Saini of X-A thanked the school for selecting her for this programme. She also thanked her parents for supporting and sponsoring the tour for her. She said it was a wonderful experience, memories of which shall always be printed on students’ hearts & minds. The school Principal Sh. D.P.Guleria stated that once considered extravagance such tours are now an integral part of education and the school will keep venturing for providing such opportunities to its students in years yet to come.