BANGALORE INTERNATIONAL GROUP OF INSTITUTIONS

Bangalore International Academy
NSVK (State)

Beyond Academics

Co-Scholastic:

Clubs:

To provide students that extra dimension which no classroom can give and also foster a sense of team spirit. BIA has several clubs which provide opportunities to nurture creativity & develop personality. The students can opt to be a member of any one or more of the following clubs depending on their interest and take part in all activities of the club.

Developmental activities are conducted by the following clubs

Science Club, Humanities Club, Lingua club and Fine Arts Club

Lingua Club is established to inculcate vocabulary , communication and writing skills also to develop the over all personality of the students

Science Club,the INFO PARK is inagurated to enhance the scientific skills of the students

Humanities Club is initiated to encourage the students for holistic learning and inter cultural Awareness

Art Club is introduced to provide an experimental & creative ethos within a clear studio structure providing a supportive yet intellectually challenging environment to the students

Yoga: Our School has separate demarcated area for yoga – taught by well trained and experienced instructor. Yoga has been included in the curriculum as it improves the mental and physical ability of the children.

Music and dance: BIA provides ample opportunities for students with an aptitude for music. Award winning tutors and availability of different musical instruments help the budding musicians to pursue their interests with ease.

Sports and Physical Education

Emphasis on “Housing a healthy mind in a healthy body”. The sports and Games facilitates within the campus instill a spirit of sportsmanship among students.

Students are offered facilities for sports such as Basketball, Throw ball, Volleyball, Table Tennis, Chess and Badminton, Air-Hockey, Netball, Cricket and Swimming Inter- School and inter house tournaments are conducted annually.

Field Trips And Excursion:

Field trips contribute to the development of students into civilized young men and women who possess more knowledge about art, have stronger critical-thinking skills, exhibit increased historical empathy, display higher levels of tolerance, and have a greater taste for consuming art and culture.

By coming into direct contact with a different environment or even a new culture or language, students can better understand their place in the community and develop an openness to differences in others.