GD Birla Memorial School for Boys EW Ranking 11

Streams

Boarding Schools

Board

CBSE (Delhi)

Min_Fee

37000

Max_Fee

37000

Campus Size

34 acres

Accommodation
Yes
Student Mix
Boys
Labs
Yes
Library
Yes
No. Of Students
700
No. Of Teachers
110
Teacher-Student Ratio
1:7
Transportation
No
Internet/ Wi-Fi
Yes
Sports
Cricket, Gym, Tennis, Badminton, Basketball, Swimming, Football

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General Information

Address

Birlagram, Chilianaula, Ranikhet Dist- Almora Ranikhet Uttarakhand 263647

Contact Number

05966226023

Fax

05966226021

Website

www.gdbms.net

Email

office@gdbms.net

Overview

GD Birla Memorial School for Boys was promoted by BK Birla and Dr. Sarala Birla in 1987 in memory of the eminent industrialist Ghanshyam Das Birla. It is an English-medium residential school situated in Ranikhet, Uttarakhand. Affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), New Delhi, the school offers education to over 700 students from grades IV through XII. It is a member of the prestigious Indian Public Schools’ Conference and the Round Square International.

 

Blending Indian cultural values with modern education techniques, the school aims at “providing a happy, stimulating and demanding environment where students spend the most important years of their lives.”

Campus

The sprawling 34 acre campus is sited on a hill slope about 5 kilometers from Ranikhet town in Almora district of Uttarakhand state and 360 kilometers from Delhi. The campus boasts classrooms equipped with wi-fi connected computers, a well stocked library offering an exhaustive collection of books, periodicals, reference material, CDs and DVDs, and well equipped science, math and computer laboratories, besides a state-of-the-art auditorium with a seating capacity of 1000 persons, a 24 hours infirmary service with registered physician on duty, a counseling centre, a dining hall and sprawling playgrounds for children.

Accomodation

The boarding residence comprises two houses - students of classes IV to VIII reside in the junior house and students of classes IX to XII reside in the senior house. Matron, houseboys and staff members take care of the needs of children in each boarding house. 

Academics

The school follows the CBSE curriculum and the subjects taught are English, Hindi, and Sanskrit, mathematic, history, geography, democratic politics, physics, chemistry and biology. At the senior secondary level, students can choose between science and commerce streams.

 

Extracurricular: The school encourages the students to develop their interest in art, drama, music, photography, painting, book craft and gardening and offers several sports facilities including cricket, football, tennis, hockey, golf, basket ball, carom, chess, table tennis, athletics and Yoga. Besides, adventure sports like water rafting and trekking are also organized. Students are provided opportunities to participate in public speaking and quiz shows to enhance their knowledge and creativity. 

Admission

The registration form cum prospectus is available at the school office and the administrative office in Kolkata. Applicants need to register with the school before appearing for admission test in English and mathematics. Parents should accompany the candidates at the time of admission test and interactive session. Selected candidates must produce the transfer certificate from the school last attended along with the results. The school academic year commences in March and ends in December.

 

Fees: The admission and endowment fee is Rs 5000/- and the school fees add up to Rs 37,000/- per annum, payable in two installments. A refundable security deposit of Rs 5000/- also needs to be paid at the time of admission. Rs. 7,500/- is to be deposited for personal expenses. 

Achievements

Blending Indian cultural values with modern education techniques, the school aims at “providing a happy, stimulating and demanding environment where students spend the most important years of their lives.”

EW Survey

Survey Type -
EW Ranking - 11
Total Score - 1102
Survey ParameterSurvey Parameter Value
Teacher welfare & development 73
Competence of faculty (200)141
Academic Reputation70
Co-curricular education77
Sports education74
Life skills education76
Individual attention to students75
Leadership / Mangement quality74
Safety & Hygiene83
Infrastructure provision75
Internationalism60
Pastoral care75
Value for money73
Community Service76
CBSE / CISCE Exams Average %0