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Notice to parents

1/01/1970

All parents are perhaps aware of a voice message that was circulated to all and sundry regarding a kidnapping attempt on a student after he went out of school gate to avail his pool car. Parents are hereby informed that this was a fake information as we do not have any student who had such a scary experience. However, the school has decided to tighten the security within the campus for the safety of all children during the release time. Parents are requested to also alert the car-pool drivers to be careful and keep a strong watch on the children as soon as they board the pool cars.

PRINCIPAL

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Frank Anthony India Inter-School Debate Competition 2023

10/07/2023

Frank Anthony India Inter-School Debate Competition 2023 (Category-I, Stage-I, Pool No: A24) was held on 10th July 2023 at our school Hall. Students from different schools of repute in Kolkata took part in this debate competition to express their opinion for or against the topic – “Is Social Media, a good place to connect with peers” and greatly impressed the Judges with the knowledge, reasoning and arguments.

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Smart Board

1/01/1970

Reaching out to extend state-of-the-art infrastructure and the latest technological teaching gadgets to promote better teaching and learning.

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Agomoni Program

25/09/2022

Welcoming Mother-Agomoni


My city, dear friend, is the abode of Mother,

The home of her sons and her many daughters,

So when she visits once a year,

Religions tend to shed their colour

And walk together for a sight of her. 


Durga Puja is personal, heart-warming, and joyous. Our school students celebrated the advent of Mother through music, dance and festivities while setting the perfect stage for the five-day extravaganza that followed. 

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Independence Day Program

15/08/2022

Celebrating 75 Years of Independence

With pride in their hearts-

With valor in their souls-

With courage in their minds-

Our children salute their Motherland.

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Teachers’ Day Celebration

5/09/2022

A good student maketh a good teacher. After an unavoidable hiatus of two years, our school welcomed the 5th of September the way it should always be- teachers and students physically together, joining in on the celebration of knowledge over adversary. The occasion was marked by a breath-taking display of performances put up by the students. It created an atmosphere of cohesion, one that left a beautiful reminder of the novelty that imparting and imbibing education is.

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Bosco Fest

1/01/1970

Invincible Gems!

With each passing year, National Gems is leaving a bigger and wider footprint on the co-curriculum scene in the city. In the 37th edition of the Bosco Fest held on 16.07.2022, out of a contingent of 31 students, NGHSS secured the first position in Bosco Honeycomb (Art) competition and the second position in Bosco Nritya (Eastern Dance) competition, while fighting it out with the best and brightest that Kolkata has to offer.

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Investiture Ceremony

1/01/1970

Donning the Mantle of Leadership!!

The investiture ceremony has always been an integral part and a special event in the school calendar. Students who stand out from the rest by dint of their virtues and leadership qualities are selected to form The Prefectorial Body of the School. Kaustav Bagchi (XII Commerce) and Sneha Singh (XII Commerce) have been unanimously selected as School Captain and Vice-Captain respectively for the Session 2022-2023.

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Spell-A-Thon

1/01/1970

Battle of Words

Promoting vocabulary, grammar and communication skills has always been crucial to the school’s vision of preparing its students for the competitive world. In pursuing that vision, the first round of the myCoolQ Spell-a-thon Olympiad, mentored by IIM Bangalore, was held in school where students from across classes took to their pens for a fierce battle of wits, words and wisdom.

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Assembly

1/01/1970

Praying and Paving Our Way to Excellence

Dark were the hours of remote learning when we were confined to the safety of our homes while the pandemic raged outdoors. But now we re-assemble once more in the light of our resounding victory over disease and malady. Morning Assembly is an integral part of our lives for it imparts moral and practical knowledge besides encouraging leadership, teamwork and solidarity.

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The Investiture Ceremony 2021-2022

2/07/2021

The Investiture Ceremony 2021-2022 was conducted on 2nd July 2021.

Aankita Das and Roshni Agarwal of Class 12 took oath as School Vice-captain. Paulasta Majumdar of Class 12 took the oath to lead as the School Captain.

They have shown merit in academics and have participated in school activities with keen interest. Their pleasing personality and other qualities are reasons for entrusting them with responsibility. We wish them all the best.

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From The Vice Principal’s Desk

1/01/1970

National Gems Higher Secondary School had opened its doors to children from the neighbourhood for quality education. The core philosophy of the school ever since has remained unchanged. Over the years many of our students have made us proud by their sheer dint of perseverance towards excellence. Their bond and love for the school speaks of the care and understanding received by them from dedicated teachers over the years.

I cherish my long association with the school seeing it grow from strength to strength, be it in terms of infrastructure, facilities or extra-curricular activities for students. It has truly been amazing. At every stage under the able guidance of the School Management and the school Principal, this institution has reached several milestones.

This is a school where walking through its gates has been described as homecoming by teachers and students alike. I pray that with continued support from all associated with the school, we will attain greater heights in the years to come.

JAYASRI ROY
VICE PRINCIPAL

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Contact Address

1/01/1970

Junior School

[ Classes L.N. – IV ]

  • P-15, Mitra Colony, James Long Sarani, Behala, Kolkata – 700034
  • +91 33 2398 1917

Senior School

[ Classes V – XII ]

  • 4/5, Dr. A. K. Paul Road, Behala, Kolkata – 700034
  • +91 33 2397 4311
  • +91 33 2398 2853
  • +91 6290903867 (10 a.m. to 6 p.m.)
  • contact@nghss.org

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Examinations

1/01/1970

The school prepares its students for the ICSE and ISC Examinations conducted by the council for the Indian school Certificate Examinations, New Delhi.

For all Classes, from Class I to Class XII, three broad examinations are held to gauge the academic progress of each student apart from the continuous class assignments. Promotion to the next higher class depends on the performance of the student in every subject, the pass mark being 40%, in all the three examinations. Hence it is implied that adequate stress has to be given to the student’s daily preparation of lessons at home.

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Curriculum

1/01/1970

The school follows the Kindergarten system in its Lower Primary section which comprises Lower Nursery, Upper Nursery and Kindergarten before a child enters the Primary level.

From Class I to class VII the curriculum is set as per the Anglo-Indian school Education with all the core subjects as compulsory.

From class VIII onwards the school follows the curriculum pattern as framed by the Council for the Indian school Certificate Examinations, New Delhi.

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Our Students

1/01/1970

The students of our School essentially belong to Behala and its vicinity. They come from all segments of the Society and the entry point is Lower Nursery Class at the age of 2 years 6 Months. There are three Foundation Classes – Lower Nursery, Upper Nursery and Kindergarten – before the children enter the Primary level of their basic curriculum, leading them to their ten year course that prepares them for the Indian School Certificate Examination (ICSE), conducted by the Council for the Indian Certificate of Secondary Education, New Delhi, the affiliating Board of the School.

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LIBRARY

1/01/1970

The library forms a vital part of the school system of education and information storage and retrieval. They make available through books and various recordings, knowledge that has been accumulated through the years.

The teachers and students use the library resources in their daily work. Students satisfy a desire for knowledge or obtain materials for some kind of leisure-time activity or project work relating to different subjects.

Our school library serves as a centre for a wide variety of educational media such as reference text books of all Subjects, Periodicals, and Magazines on Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Mathematics, Weekly and Monthly Magazines Such As Sport Star, Sports Plus, Cricket Plus, Football World, India Today The Week, Science Reporters, Competitive Refresher, Educational World, Down To Earth-(an environmental magazine) etc.

Children also have access to daily newspaper like the Telegraph, The Times of India, information regarding council syllabus and rules, pamphlets, maps, photographs, educational DVDs on literature text plays. They can also avail of all previous question papers of the school and board examinations from the years 2003-2014.

There are various books on science, Quiz, Ancient and Current Affairs, Day to Day References Books, Atlases, Various Encyclopedias, Government Publications, Story Books on Fiction and Books of Various Authors.

Children are allowed to take story books and study materials for three to seven days depending on the types of the books they take on producing their library membership card. Senior children can also avail of the British Council Library membership cards to visit the British Council Library at Camac Street, kolkata. Books and DVDs can be borrowed for a certain period of time according to the rules and regulations of The British Council.

The school librarian works closely with the teachers and students in helping them to use the library materials and to develop good reading and study habits.

At National Gems Higher Secondary School we are much privileged to have a bright and airy library with natural light, comfortable furniture that provide a pleasant surrounding for students and teachers.

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Withdrawals

1/01/1970
  1. One calendar month’s notice, in writing, from the 1st day of the month or one month’s fees must be paid in lieu thereof, is required for the withdrawal of a student from the school.
  2. If the notice given is shorter than one month, the fees due on the first of the following month will be charged as well.

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Public Examinations

1/01/1970

The School prepares its students for the I.C.S.E. and I.S.C.Examinations of The Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations, New Delhi.

A candidate may be withdrawn at any time prior to the commencement of the examination:

  • On account of illness of the candidate.
  • At the express written request of the parents / legal guardians of the candidate.

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Basket Ball

1/01/1970

To ensure broader based education for our students, Activity classes have been introduced. The purpose is to give an opportunity to bring out hidden qualities and attain excellence in them.

Participation in the co-curricular activities of the school is compulsory.

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School Houses

1/01/1970

Students from class One upwards belong to four Houses. The House system enables the child to become a responsible member of the society through participation in games, sports and other co-curricular activities.

  1. The House of JUSTICE (GREEN)
  2. The House of EQUALITY (GOLD)
  3. The House of FRATERNITY (BLUE)
  4. The House of LIBERTY (RED)

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BHARAT SCOUTS & N.C.C

1/01/1970

The School has Bharat Scouts and N.C.C. for students to develop better ability, courage, bravery and eagerness to serve society and the nation. Therefore the School expects parents to encourage their wards to join Bharat Scouts and N.C.C.

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Protection Of School Property

1/01/1970
  1. Loss of library books / damage of laboratory apparatus will result in a fine equivalent to loss or damage.
  2. Each class will be responsible for looking after all class property. Any breakage, defacements etc. will be charged to the child / class as the case may be

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General

1/01/1970
  1. It is mandatory to install the School App (National Gems Higher Secondary School) from the Google Playstore.
  2. Daily Attendance and Home Work of all students will be uploaded in the School App.
  3. An ailing child should not be sent to school.
  4. The school is not responsible for the loss of personal belongings. It is requested to see that students do not bring or wear valuables to school.
  5. Any correspondence with the school must have the name, class, section and admission number of the student for reference.
  6. Please do not phone the school on days when there is heavy rain, suspension of public transport or any other emergency. The school will function for those students who are present.
  7. Should a student be injured during class hours, the school will make every effort to contact the parent first. However, in case this is not possible, the school authorities will take the necessary and immediate measures.
  8. During the absence of a teacher from class, students must obey the Prefect /Monitor / Captain appointed to maintain good order.
  9. Students are reminded to address their teachers and all members of the staff, teaching and non-teaching with due respect and politeness.
  10. Fighting or any form of physical violence, bullying or use of bad language is strictly prohibited and will result in stern disciplinary action, such as detention / suspension / expulsion without any prior intimation to parents.
  11. No books, newspaper, periodicals or electronic gadget must be brought into the school premises without the Principal’s sanction. Students found with undesirable books or pictures in their possession or lending them to others are liable to be expelled from school.
  12. Bringing mobile phone, pen drives, CD to school is strictly prohibited. If such is found in the possession of any student it will be confiscated. Infringement of this rule may also lead to expulsion.
  13. Children will be given an opportunity to learn of the errors in his / her ways through ‘corrective measures’. It is not the intention of the school to penalize the parents, but to bring to their notice the unsatisfactory academic performance or conduct of their child, wherever and whenever this may be necessary, with a view to the welfare of the child.
  14. Promotion to the next higher class on TRIAL basis, on Re-Examination or Awarding of Grace Marks will not be allowed as per Council rules.

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Attendance & Punctuality

1/01/1970
  1. Regular attendance is of utmost importance especially on the first and last day of each term. Any deviation in this regard will be treated as an infringement of school discipline.
  2. 80% attendance is a must for each term.
  3. A student must attend school in time.
    1. Students arriving after the commencement of the Opening Prayer will not be allowed to attend school for that day under all circumstances.
    2. Late arrival or early leave will result in the student not getting attendance for the day.
    3. Requests for early departure will not be entertained, except for an absolute emergency

Absence & Sickness

  1. Parents / Guardians should make an entry in the prescribed column printed in the School Diary stating the reason whenever a student is absent.
  2. A formal letter, along with appropriate Medical Documents, is necessary in case of sickness for more than three days.
  3. Students afflicted by infectious diseases or exposed to such diseases in their homes must complete the quarantine period. Before rejoining School a Fit Certificate from the Physician must be submitted, along with a forwarding letter.
  4. The Head of the Institution’s prior permission for leave of absence from school is essential if absence is anticipated.
  5. Students who are absent for many days without any information will have their names struck off the school rolls.

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CESC Power Quiz

1/01/1970

On 25th April,2014, CESC Power Quiz was held in Calcutta club.The students of National Gems Higher Secondary School were declared as the 1st runners – up. The school was representeted by Aditya Narayan Sen, Pollock Mondal and Rajashri Nath.

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Discipline & Suspension

1/01/1970
  1. Students are responsible to the school authorities for their conduct both in and
    outside the school premises.
  2. The following may result in the removal of a student from the school –
    • Irregular attendance
    • Unjustified or unexplained long absence
    • Gross violation of school rules and discipline.
    • Using objectionable words or language or misbehaviour of any kind.
    • Using unfair means in any examination or test.
    • Disobedience and disrespect towards any member of the staff.
    • Bad moral influence/fighting/bullying/carrying objectionable materials.

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Identity Card & Report Card

1/01/1970
  1. Every student must wear his / her Identity Card whether escorted or unescorted.
  2. Parents / Guardians who wish to have their wards leave school unescorted should inform the school in writing.
  3. A duplicate Identity Card will be issued on payment of Rs. 50/-. A coloured passport size recent photograph of the student in school uniform must be submitted. If the Identity Card is lost or spoiled, an application has to be submitted to the school along with a copy of the FIR lodged at the local P.S.
  4. A duplicate Report Card will be issued on payment of Rs. 50/-.

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Fees

1/01/1970
  1. The payment of Fees can be made ONLINE through the School App., the School’s Website (WEBLOGIN) or at the Cash Counter of the Main Building following the schedule mentioned below. In case of Online Payment of Fees through the School App, Fees Receipts will be sent directly to the Registered E-mail ID. Please refer to details given in the Fees Book.
  2. Fees are charged from April to March of every session and must be paid on a bi-monthly basis.
  3. A late fine of Rs. 5/- per day will be charged if fees are paid after the mentioned date.
  4. If fees are outstanding for more than two months, the student’s name is liable to be struck off from the rolls.
  5. In case of loss of Fee Book, a duplicate Fee Book may be issued on payment of Rs. 100/- with a request letter.
  6. Guardians are requested not to handover the fees to any school staff.
  7. The Fee Book is to be filled in by parents and kept in good condition at all times. The same will have to be produced at the time of the enrolment for the next academic session.
  8. Fees once deposited will not be refunded under any circumstances.
  9. The decision of the Management in the fees structure is applicable for the session 2023 – 2024 and is final.
  10. Offline Fees Payment can be made as per office hours mentioned in the School Diary.

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School Uniform

1/01/1970
Junior Section

BOYS GIRLS
1. Short Sleeve check shirt with Pocket 1. Check ‘A’ line Frock with Grey Collar and Pocket.
2. Grey Shorts 2. Plain black shoes with double velcro belt (L/N to IV)
3. Plain White Socks 3. Plain White Socks
4) a)Plain black shoes with double velcro (L/N to KG)

b) Plain black shoes with laces (Classes I to IV)

4. White Keds for P.T. only.
5. White Keds for P.T. only (Classes I to IV) (For Winter Only)
6. School Tie. 1. Check full sleeve frock with Grey Collar & Pocket
(For Winter Only) 2. Black Cardigan half / full sleeve with Logo, Black Cap.
(For Winter Only) 3. Grey Leggings.
1. Full Sleeve check shirt with pocket.
2. Black Pullover Half / Full with Logo.
3. Grey Trousers, Black Cap.

P.T. Uniform (Junior & Senior) : Details and Specification as provided by the School
Winter Uniform : From 15th November to 15th February

Senior Section

BOYS GIRLS
1. White Shirt (Short Sleeved) 1. White Blouse (Short Sleeved)
2. Grey Trousers with School belt
(Trousers with elastic are not
allowed)
2. Grey Skirt (Covering Knees)
3. Plain White Socks 3. Plain White Socks
4. Plain Black Leather Shoes with
Laces
4. Plain Black Leather Shoes
5. School Tie and Badge 5. School Tie and Badge
6. White Keds on P.T. Days 6. White Keds on P.T. Days
7. P.T. Uniform (only as specified by
the school)
7. P.T. Uniform (only as specified by
the school)
(For Winter Only) (For Winter Only)
1. White Shirt (Long Sleeved) 1. White Blouse (Long Sleeved)
2. Plain Black ‘V’ necked machine –
Knitted Pullover with logo
(Classes V to VIII)
2. Plain Black ‘V’ Necked Machine
knitted Cardigan with Logo
(Classes V to VIII)
3. School Blazer (for Classes IX and
above)
3. School Blazer (for Classes IX and
above)
4. Black Scarf (if required)
5. White Leggings

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  1. Students must reach school 10 minutes before the School hour. Late comers
    will not be allowed to enter once the gates are closed.
  2. Short hair is a compulsory part of the school uniform for boys.
  3. Shoes should be polished every day.
  4. Hair should be neatly combed.
  5. Only black ribbons / hair band can be used by girls having long hair.
  6. Girls are not to wear any kind of ‘make-up’, expensive / fancy jewellery, nail
    polish or mehendi.
  7. Boys are not permitted to wear jackets and sneakers.

Please Note :

  1. Parents / Guardians are advised to take the school uniform from Ganapati Enterprises (635/A, D. H. Road, Kolkata – 700034), the approved tailor of the School.
  2. A student will be sent back home if the uniform does not conform to the dress code as specified by the school.

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Visiting Hours

1/01/1970

PRINCIPAL

Senior School

Monday to Friday
09.00 a.m. to 11.00 a.m.

Vice Principal

Senior School

Monday to Friday
09.00 a.m. to 11.00 a.m.

Headmistress

Junior School

Monday to Friday
09.00 a.m. to 11.00 a.m.

Note : It is very important that all parents and guardians make themselves thoroughly familiar with the rules and regulations laid down in this diary, with special attention given to discipline, attendance and fees.

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Senior Section

1/01/1970
Classes V 8.00 a.m. to 1.20 p.m.
Classes VI to XII 8.00 a.m. to 2.00 p.m.

Office Hours : 9.30 a.m. to 11 a.m. & 11.30 a.m. to 1.30 p.m. (Monday to Friday)
9.30 a.m. to 12.30 p.m. (Saturday)

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Junior Section

1/01/1970
CLASSES Morning Shift Day Shift
L/N 7.50 a.m. to 10.15 a.m. 10.35 a.m. to 1.00 p.m.
U/N & KG 7.45 a.m. to 10.30 a.m. 11.30 a.m. to 2.15 p.m.
I 7.10 a.m. to 10.50 a.m.
II 7.10 a.m. to 11.00 a.m.
III & IV 11.20 a.m. to 4.10 p.m.

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National Anthem

1/01/1970

JANA-GANA-MANA ADHINAYAK JAYA HEY !
BHARAT-BHAGYA-BIDHATA
PUNJAB SINDH GUJRAT MARATHA, DRAVID UTKAL BANGA.
VINDHYA HIMACHAL YAMUNA GANGA, UCHCHAL JALADHI TARANG.

TAB SHUBHA NAMEY JAGEY, TAB SHUBHA AASHISH MANGEY,

GAHEY TAB JAYA-GATHA.

JANA-GANA-MANGALDAYAK JAYA HEY !

BHARAT-BHAGYA-BIDHATA

JAYA HEY ! JAYA HEY ! JAYA HEY !

JAYA JAYA JAYA JAYA HEY !

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School Anthem

1/01/1970

1st. Ch.

We, the Gems of this Nation,
Are proud of what we are.
The school, which we belong to,
Is better than any by far.
Come what may, in our way,
We will proceed dauntlessly.
With pride and with honour,
We shall hold high our banner,
Against all adversities.
In sports or in games,
With or without fame,
We will take part to the end,
As a victor or a vanquished.
But to all – yes, to all – as a friend.

2nd. Ch.

We, the students of National Gems,
Are proud of what we are,
The school which we belong to,
Is better than any by far. (3 times)

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Concluding Prayer

1/01/1970

O God thank you for the day
I’ve spent so well.
Forgive me, if I’ve said or done
anything to hurt my parents, my teachers,
my classmates or anybody else.
Please bless me with the gift
of another day ; that I may
do your will, and be called
a child of God.

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Opening Prayer

1/01/1970

TWAMEVA MATA CHA PITA TWAMEVA,
TWAMEVA BANDHUSCHA SAKHA TWAMEVA,
TWAMEVA VIDYA DRAVINAM TWAMEVA,
TWAMEVA SARVAM MAM DEVA, DEVA

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The School Motto

1/01/1970

WISDOM WITH KNOWLEDGE

“We have at our disposal different and complementary means of obtaining truth, an intuitive as well as intellectual expansion of human mind. We must acquire WISDOM and KNOWLEDGE, penetration of reality and a profound grasp of the nature of things”.

DR. S. RADHAKRISHNAN

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The School

1/01/1970

National Gems School was founded in 1968 with an objective to spread the light of knowledge and information to all segments of the society.

The Shaw Education Foundation was formed in 1993 and the journey of National Gems Higher Secondary School saw the breaking of a new dawn. It shifted to a new campus which now houses the Junior School that caters to the Pre-Primary (Lower Nursery to Kindergarten) and Primary (Class I to IV) sections. A phenomenal growth followed the affiliation of the school to the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations, New Delhi, in 1995. This necessitated a bigger space to meet the growing demand. Hence, classes V to XII were relocated to a new campus with the infrastructure and facility required to make learning effective, meaningful and result oriented. Since then National Gems has been growing in its popularity and reputation in imparting quality education that is proved every year in its excellent results in both ICSE and ISC Examinations (Science and Commerce) along with strong discipline and values in every student. The School Management thus nurtures the vision of a holistic development to ensure that no individual is left behind in this highly competitive world with a fast changing global scenario.

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Sports

1/01/1970

This is part of our avowed objective of creating well balanced individuals and not just well-educated ones.

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Mission,Vision and Motto

1/01/1970

OUR MOTTO

WISDOM WITH KNOWLEDGE

“We have at our disposal different and complementary means of obtaining truth, an intuitive as well as intellectual expansion of human mind. We must acquire WISDOM and KNOWLEDGE, penetration of reality and a profound grasp of the nature of things”.

DR. S. RADHAKRISHNAN

OUR MISSION AND VISION

The purpose of education is to combine intelligence and character to prepare an individual for life. The mission and vision of NGHSS is to provide such an opportunity to its students that enables each one to discover the genius that lies latent within and work progressively towards his/her goal.

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From The Principal’s Desk

1/01/1970

The mission and vision of every school is to educate the child. By education we do not mean the mere accumulation of degrees. Education means knowledge which builds up an individuality and commands respect everywhere. In the words of Mahatma Gandhi – education draws out the best in the child – in body, mind and spirit. It commands a refinement of thoughts, ideas and words. It builds up efficiency and efficacy. But in the present day context, when there is a boom in technology, immense care is required to filter knowledge and its use. As teachers, educators and care – givers, our constant endeavour is to focus on the positive aspect of technology and use it to our advantage. Our internal plan therefore is to guide our students to make a positive use of technology for nurturing a creative mind. We envision a holistic development in every child. Our focus is not just an academic excellence but also on co – curricular activities and thus “to hold high our banner.”

KEYA SINHA
PRINCIPAL

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1/01/1970

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