The school year has two terms: April to October and November to March. There will be an examination at the end of each term and a progress report will be issued. All must answer the terminal examination and unit tests. Absence in any test excludes the pupil from being reckoned in the order of merit in an examination. Children who are ill should not be sent to school to attend class or answer the test. Ill health may spread contagion. Every report card must be signed by the parent or guardian and returned within a week of verification. The report card will be handed over only to the parents on the day fixed. Under no circumstances will the report be given to the student. Teaching at GBN is student-oriented project-based, and incorporates the multiple intelligences concept. While the general curriculum is followed by every student, he or she is also encouraged to develop talents and interests in personal areas of academic interest, and in sport, theatre music and dance, for which facilities are outstanding. The adults in our School community make every effort to provide a creative, supportive and positive environment to the students, but a great deal is also expected from you. The challenge will not be narrowly academic but holistic development of the child.


In the year 2003, GBN Senior Secondary School was set up in Faridabad. The school follows the CBSE curriculum. (CBSE affiliation no. 2130762 ???) To transform our vision into reality, we have Mrs. Leela Govind as the Principal. She is talented, dynamic, with an experience of more than 30 years in the teaching profession and an avant-garde in academics. The school which began with 65 students on its roll now has 1300 students and a highly experienced teaching faculty consisting of more than 60 teachers. The school got upgraded with Senior Secondary CBSE Affiliation in year 2016 and will start of the sessions for senior classes in Academic year 2017-2018.


Co-curricular activities form an integral part of the school curriculum and a good number of students participate in one activity or the other so as to tap their innate potential. The School is divided into 4 houses which are named as …./,,,/…./. Regular inter-house competitions are held in dance, music, recitation, calligraphy, drawing, painting, debates and declamation etc. The idea is to inculcate a sense of healthy competition. Inter-house competitions are held ensuring mass participation.


In order to fulfill the quest of students to reach the desired goal, the school provides many indoor and outdoor sports. Students are encouraged and their talent is tapped in the right direction to help the potential players shine at the sports field.

Sports Facilities:

| 8 Layer Synthetic Lawn Tennis Courts | Basketball Court | Badminton Court Facilities for Football | Cricket.| VOLLEY BALL |INDOOR SPORTS ROOM. Playground is a place of transformation and the nerve centre of all activities. In addition to general physical development, it is here that they learn to become performers, achievers, decision makers and leaders. They are some role models for other children as they are admired, applauded and followed. The Sports achievers are perceived as daring, driven by passion. The Physical Education Programme has been divided on the following segments:

  • Sports Activities Outdoor
  • Sports Activities Indoor
  • Physical Fitness Training – PT
  • Taekwondo (Self Defence)
  • Health and Fitness Training - Yoga & Aerobics as part of the clubs

Dance is an ideal means of communication to express what is too deep, too fine for words. At GBN students learn to choreograph and are made conversant with rich cross cultural exposure. The students sensitise to this fine art. The Department of Music and Dance is committed to excellence, innovation, learning in action, and entrepreneurship. Our mission is to bridge dance practice and scholarship and to foster interdisciplinary inquiry. As a trained faculty, we bring a challenging range of perspectives to our teaching and research, and continually re-examine our curriculum in order to prepare both young and mature aspirants for careers in the ever-evolving field of Performing Arts.


The endeavour is to infuse a sense of aesthetic appreciation in each child, an ability to enjoy and appreciate beauty. The elaborate Art Studios with the finest faculty guide the children to achieve finesse through numerous techniques and History of Art. The Visual Arts Department has a wide range of activities: Fine Arts | Craft Work " Clay Modelling | Sculpture | Commercial Art | Best out of Waste | Paper recycling | Aesthetic Appreciation. All these activities are exhibited from time to time.



The prefects of our school are selected by extensive interviews taken by selection committee comprising of invited educators and by staff members. The board consists of Head Boy, Head Girl, Vice Head boy , Vice head girl , House Captains , Discipline Prefects and other prefects . While serving as prefects, they learn, that with authority comes responsibility and all its associated challenges. Thus, they develop confidence and other qualities like Self Discipline, Self Control, Social awareness, positive thinking and responsibility towards the environment, community and nation. By doing this , we are preparing them to be a responsible citizen of the society .