The NIB school of science has created a unique atmosphere to give 'result oriented Quality Education'. Best Faculty Team, School Transport, School Canteen & AC hostel in school campus are notable responsibilities which are manged by NIB to maintain its culture. So when any parents come to NIB for admission, then one thing is very cleared that they expecting good result.
NIB is affilated to the GSEB(Gujarat Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board) and the students will be appearing for the GSEB board Exams in all semesters.The details for the same can be got from www.gseb.org
The school works 6 days a week. The timings are as under:
8.00 am to 3.40pm (Monday to Friday)
7:30 am to 1.40 pm (Saturday)
Our Expectations From Students
In order NIB students to become responsible and passionate learners, we expect them to be
HARD WORKER... INVOLVED... TRUSTWORTHY… ASK QUESTIONS
The NIB student should be a... HARD WORKER
The hardest working students will ultimately be the most successful in life.
The student isn’t necessarily the smartest student. There are plenty of students who are blessed with natural intelligence, but lack the self discipline to hone that intelligence. Teachers love students who choose to work hard no matter what their level of intelligence is.
Being a hard worker in school simply means completing assignments on time, putting your maximum effort into every assignment, asking for help when you need it, putting in the time to study for tests and exams, as well as recognizing weaknesses and looking for ways to improve upon those weaknesses.
The NIB student should be...INVOLVED
Being involved in study and extra-curricular activities can help a student gain confidencewhichcan improve academic success.NIB school provides a plethora of extra-curricular activities that students can participate in.These activities provide so many learning opportunities that a traditional classroom simply can’t.
The NIB student should… ASKS QUESTIONS
NIB teachers wantstudents to ask questions when they do not understand a concept that is being taught. It is truly the only way a teacher knows whether you really understand something. If no questions are asked, then the teacher has to assume that you understood that concept. Good students aren’t afraid to ask questions because they know that if they do not get a particular concept, it could hurt them later on when that skill is expanded. Asking questions is often beneficial to the class as a whole because chances are if you have that question, there are other students who have that same question.
The NIB student should… TRUSTWORTHY
Being trustworthy is a quality that will endear you not only to your teachers, but also to your classmates. Teachers love students and classes that they trust, because they can give them liberties that often provide learning opportunities they would not be afforded otherwise.
For example, if a teacher had an opportunity to take a group of students to listen to a speech by the Prime Minister of India, the teacher may turn the opportunity down if the class given that opportunity is not trustworthy. When a teacher gives you an opportunity they are putting faith into you that you are trustworthy enough to handle that opportunity. Good students value those opportunities to prove that they are trustworthy.
The NIB school encourages parents to take a proactive interest in their child's education.The student as well as The school never gets good result without parents support. So that NIB conducts parents meetings in every semester. Parents can directly contact our teacher whenever they want to discuss academics of their child.The more you do discussions with our teacher, the happier we are!
Since the NIB school follows a progressive and sophisticated methodology, external tuition and coaching classes are not advised. In the event you would like to send your child for external classes on any subject, we strongly urge you to discuss it with the school in advance.
The NIB school has standard first aid facilities and a doctor on call.
Parents must inform the NIB one month in advance if they wish to withdraw their child from the school