Why is CBSE a better board for Schools & Students

CBSE a better board – SNBP International School, Pune

1. Transparent:

The board is extremely transparent about the way they go about affiliation. If you have nothing to hide than it is absolutely smooth sailing. The entire process of CBSE affiliation is online www.cbseaff.nic.in and one doesn’t have to go Delhi office or doesn’t have to talk to anyone to apply. There is a stage-wise process about which the user is informed periodically online. The process is made extremely easy by the board. A great help for people looking to start schools.

2. Modern

The CBSE is changing and constantly upgrading themselves and asking schools to do the same, now their versatile working covers almost all aspects of school and thereby education quality. Just to emphasise the Infrastructure takes care through a Physical inspection and scrutiny at the time of affiliation, the suggested pedagogy involves Continuous Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE) which doesn’t burden a child with unnecessary expectation and also provides teachers with a very innovative approach, Teachers training is imparted through agencies enlisted by the board, quality of evaluation by enrolling students online from Class IX onwards by recordings and managing their scores online, co-curricular activity through periodically notice and information from the CBSE Academic website and certainly through various sporting and non-sporting ‘literary’ events.

3. Dynamic

CBSE is dynamic and is on the lookout to change every now and then for a starter have a look at these two links fro their academic website http://cbseacademic.in & http://cbseacademic.in/circulars.html, both these could tell you the changes and the quality CBSE is looking to bring. The good part is despite bureaucracy and CBSE being a part of the Ministry of HRD, the organisation pretty agile for its size.

4. The Framework

All the competitive exams conducted for various courses like engineering, medical, etc take the curriculum laid by the CBSE as the basic framework. Hence it certainly does help students to prepare for various such examinations. It also helps in admission across the various prestigious university in India where the other board’s percentage go through some mathematical formula to arrive to be compared at par with the CBSE.

5. The Biggest Network of schools in India

As of July 2015, there are 16,322 schools in India affiliated with CBSE. If one has to compare the same with other boards than the ISCE board has 2132 schools whereas the IB board has 271 schools. If a school is part of such a large family then it certainly helps in recognition form parents and other stakeholders. For most of the parents now CBSE affiliation is a must for their child hence you see such great adoption of schools across India.

Quizzing – How can we encourage quizzing in schools

Quizzing – SNBP International School, Pune

Quizzing is one of the most positive addictions and great fun. People who quiz regularly become more observant over a period of time. Quizzers analyse, observe and remember trivia, data, figures and facts. Any child exposed to joys of quizzing should go on to possess an inquisitive brain and a powerful memory. This post is about how we can develop quizzing at the school level. Here are some of the ideas and some are still to be put into practice –

(1) Start a Quiz Club
Just like Maths Club, English Literature Club, Painting or Music. Quizzing should be treated as a hobby. A couple of classes on any given day of the week should be dedicated to quizzing. Students can be divided into groups and one group should take the responsibility of conducting the quiz. Teachers should make sure to tell them what goes into making good quiz questions, type of rounds, Negative marking rules, etc. Make sure the class is equipped with various multimedia devices for the question to become interesting.

(2) A question a day
The class teacher can share with students one trivia every day. This could be from any sphere ranging from economics, business, politics, academics or movies etc. The teacher can further go on to write the question on the board or the bulletin board within the classroom.

(3) The Quiz Box
We have tried this at our school at SNBP International School. A DROP-BOX could be erected on the wall, with the provision of space on the box or around the box where the question could be displayed. The positioning of the box should be at the most visited corner of the school for maximum visibility. The students who know the answer can drop in their answers with their names and classes mention on the paper chit. After screening the answers, one lucky winner could be awarded by a draw of luck method during the school assembly.

(4) Quiz Competitions
This is a no-brainer and is oft used method to encourage quizzing. One could make this interesting by giving a hint about the topics a few days before the quiz.

(5) The Thesaurus Quiz Board
Though a little outdated in the world of Google, but a bulletin board in the school could be put up where students can pin any question which they could not find an answer to. The teacher will collect those and will find answers and answer the same during the school assembly.

School Library Activities – Involve, Innovate and Ignite the reading habit

School Library Activities – SNBP International School, Pune

Library classes/time should be the most important part /class/period in a school’s curriculum, but sadly this gets sidelined across a lot of schools and is also categorized under the second priority when it comes to course completion and other activities. Thankfully some emphasis has come through extra reading evaluation started by CCE, but still a hell lot is still to be done. A lot of work can be done in junior classes to make them interested in reading. At our school we have been working on this, I am listing down my 5 favourite activities we have been trying to do with the students.

1. Building the story Pyramid

Each of the students given a book, like a small mostly pictorial in nature along with some text. The student reads it and later is given a worksheet to describe the book in the form of a pyramid.

Line 1 — one word, stating the name of the main character

Line 2 — two words, describing the main character

Line 3 — three words, describing the setting

Line 4 — four words, stating the problem

Line 5 — five words, describing one event

Line 6 — six words, describing a second event

Line 7 — seven words, describing the third event

Line 8 — eight words, stating the solution to the problem

for example (Ramayana)


Honest, Obedient

Ayodhya, Successor, Old Father

Stepmother, Ambition, Brother, Exile

Sita, Kidnap, Hanuman, Monkey-Army, Bridge

War, Vibhishan, Fire in Lanka, Medicine(Sanjeevani), Ten Heads Ravana, Jatayu

Victory, Truth, Airplane, Back to home, Peace, Ram Rajya, Brothers united

2. A permanent section in the school student’s almanac

For the entire year, we have created a permanent section in the almanac for the teacher/librarian.Student/parent to track the list of books they have read during the entire year. This is supplemented by a worksheet or by a group discussion after reading each of the books where students talk about the following aspects of the book;

What have they read

Who is the author

The idea in the story

Does it happen in real life

3. Train journey in the school library

Students are asked to make a train with one behind the other, the librarian becomes the engine. The train stops at all major landmarks within the library. The various section inside the library like Newspaper, Magazine, Biographies, Fiction, Non-Fiction, Encyclopedia, General Books, Reference books, Audio Visual corner. This way the students get an idea of what is in store for them.

4. Locating my Favourite Fairy Tale Book

Students are given ideas about fairy tale stories and are asked to go and search the book in the library. Once they have found and read it. They are asked to fill in details on the worksheet which are as follows;

  • Who is the author?
  • Accession/ Call number of the book.
  • In which section was it kept.
  • Draw an illustration of the lead character on the page.

5. Quiz

This one is simple, students are first told about the encyclopedias and information stored in them, Students are then divided into groups and each of the group is given an encyclopedia. The teacher throws different question to different question which is housed inside their respective encyclopedia. The teams have to find the answers, the fastest group wins the contest.

There are many more ideas in terms of the worksheet which can be done, but there is also a fear of converting the library into another class. Anyway, I hope the librarians can derive some joy out of the activities listed above.

5 Changes we will see in the world of Education in the near FUTURE

world of Education in the near FUTURE

The biggest change which has seeped into each of our lives has been Technology. Education seems to lead the foray in terms of the sector where technology has created huge paradigm shifts, not only in terms of the repository but also in the mode of dissemination. We strongly believe that educators are just at the tip of the iceberg and find ourselves at a very important part of this journey of evolution. Here are some of the changes which We foresee in the near future.

1. Hand-writing on a decline – Would we want our students to handwrite something, really? As they say in corporate lingo, this is the age of screen-agers. A screen is always nearby and would be present much more in the very near future. Slowly in some time, the onus of an individual on writing manually and doing a good job of it will wither away.

2. Teachers as the only Facilitators? Need an answer to a question, not necessarily the answer will be asked from a human. Students with the help of the web are finding answers to their queries. The best part, the machine doesn’t remark – What a silly question.

3. Bags will shrink, Hardbound books will perish –  Just met a representative from a company that has come up with E-reader for schools. This E-Reader will have all the books prescribed by the school in digital format. We have also met a company that is making homework and tests to move on cloud computing. With all this, paper books and bags will evolve into something else.

4. Urban – Semi Urban-Rural divide will decrease and possibly disappear. For long there has been a huge difference in quality from a Metro to a Non – Metro, but with technology and with the help of the web, this gulf is slowly bridging.  We sure there would be a time where we all will speak, learn and study in the same language.

5. Academic Schools and Social Schools – Newer formats can emerge in school education, with VSAT technology students can get homeschooled and parents will send him to a place where he can hone his/her social skills. Though a little far fetched, but a possibility certainly exists.

Music & Dance Faculty, Teaching Methodology at Indian Schools

Rising Star Voice of SNBP

With the advent of satellite television has come the wave of reality shows and along with having come kids performing the unbelievable. What parents at times don’t realise is they were a child once and believe their child can do the same given the training. Discovery of talent and aptitude is lost in all of these expectations give and take. But coming to the fact of the matter and what is the reality with many schools of today is the development of Music and Dance faculty at the school level. We are putting down some of the challenges which a school faces;

(1) English is a problem
All the singers and performers you want to take on board as teachers who have been selected post displaying their talent cannot be blamed for lack of knowledge of English.

(2) Teachers by day and Performers by night
Good performers are always in demand and so are their performances, most of the schools operate ion the morning making it difficult for these teachers to give their best.

(3) Challenging school curriculum
With such less time and so much time, schools find it difficult to manage time between Studies, Games, Hobby, Outdoor trips, Educational Visits, Co-Curricular activities, and Exams. Hence, the first to be taken off of the rosters are the Music and Dance classes. In addition to this, none of the board lays down any curriculum for any school. So most of the time, the teachers also are at sea when it comes to developing a somewhat holistic curriculum for performing arts.

(4) Abject state of Universities and Evaluation bodies
The Government runs bodies who have the authority to provide certification for Music and Dance are run by Babus and teachers totally away from reality and lost in their own world. This makes it even more difficult for Schools to get the right direction. Schools look to sweep things under the carpet by winning some group song competition and making kids sing some songs in the annual function.

How it Should Be and What should be done

(1) The boards should lay down the curriculum or possibly Textbooks for effective implementation.
(2) There is a need gap amongst schools to be provided quality faculty by third-party vendors. Somewhat like edu-sports and Leapstart for sports.
(3) Boards should conduct and organise zonal level events to create more awareness and benchmarks for schools.
(4) Schools should commit to parents making themselves responsible to make the child master of one of the performing arts, whether be Painting, Drawing, Sculpting, Dance, Vocal or Instrumental music.

Indian Education Debate CBSE, ICSE, IB – Which one to choose?

The debate between concerned parents and educators on whether a CBSE or an ICSE system is better has been going on for years. With the increasing numbers of schools offering the International Baccalaureate, International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE) from the University of Cambridge International Examinations and the Waldorf system; the debate has widened, providing both stress and options to parents.

Not surprisingly with 12 million students in 12,504 schools including 1,002 Kendriya Vidyalayas, 1,944 government schools, 8,966 independent schools, 562 Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalayas and 30 Central Tibetan Schools, CBSE remains the hot favourite, followed by ICSE with 1,900 schools in India and about 1,40,878 students (including 232 abroad). Experts believe that this bent can be credited to their accessibility and the result-orientated approach in content.


The CBSE board focuses on preparing students for entrance examinations for engineering and medical. This can be a beneficial aspect since all the entrance examinations on the national level are conducted as per the CBSE syllabus. SNBP is regarded as one of the top CBSE schools in PuneThe board uses NCERT books.

The CBSE syllabus is comparatively more rational and scientific in its approach. It has been designed for a specific year and is divided into various segments and every segment is given a specific number of periods so that it can be completely and thoroughly taught in one year. As a result, the CBSE system enables the teachers to prepare the teaching of various subjects in a coherent manner. Moreover, this system helps the students allocate time to different subjects in a balanced way.

This board strives to provide quality education to students through a practical approach. Students can choose across a large variety of subjects and streams for their plus two. The importance is given to science, arts, and language. The CISCE syllabus is vast and comprehensive, and the curriculum is structured in a way so as to provide the maximum amount of knowledge to the students in a practical way. Some of the best schools in Pune are affiliated with this board.

Both CBSE and ICSE (CISCE) have a slightly different focus in terms of course content. The course content in CBSE is more focused on science and mathematics with lots of attention paid to the application of knowledge. CISCE (ICSE), on the other hand, is more balanced with an equal focus on language, arts, and science. Both the boards have undergone a significant change over the last 10 years and the focus has shifted from passive learning to learning through experience and experimentation.

How is an IB school curriculum different from that of CBSE/ICSE?

IB Diploma Programme (IBDP) students must choose one subject from each of five groups, ensuring breadth of knowledge and understanding in their best language, additional language(s), social sciences, experimental sciences and mathematics. Students may choose either an arts subject from Group 6 or a second subject from Groups 1 to 5.  There are three core elements of IBDP which distinguish it from all other pre-university programmes. These are:

Extended Essay: An independent research work, culminating in a 4,000-word paper. It allows students to engage in in-depth study of a chosen subject, which can come from any of the six areas of knowledge. During this process, emphasis is given on developing the capacity to analyse, synthesise and evaluate knowledge.

Theory of Knowledge: TOK aims at developing a coherent approach to learning that unifies the academic disciplines. In this course on critical thinking, students inquire into the nature of knowing and deepen their understanding of knowledge as a human construction.  Students are expected to make an oral presentation and write a 1,500-word essay that is assessed and graded.

Creativity, Action, Service: CAS, as it is known, aims to engage students in a range of activities. These can vary from enhancing physical activity, arts or even creative thinking. Each student must dedicate 150 hours to CAS to earn the full Diploma.

How is IGCSE different from CBSE/ICSE?

IGCSE is a comprehensive two-year programme, spread over Class IX and X, with final examinations offered every year in May and November. Its assessment is conducted by two UK assessment bodies—Edexcel (also known as London Examinations) and Cambridge International Examinations (CIE). A student who has passed IGCSE is eligible for any +2 level qualification, like Class XII CBSE/ ICSE or any international pre-university programme, like the IB Diploma, Advanced Placement Diploma (US), and A/AS Level & AICE (UK). Assessment is not limited to conventional written papers and they consist of a variety of tests. It is aimed at a wide ability range of students, with an eight-point grading scale, from A+ to G, with A+ being the highest.

Facts at a glance

CBSE was officially started in 1962 with 309 schools and today has 12 million students in 12,504 schools including 1,002 Kendriya Vidhyalayas, 1,944 government schools, 8,966 independent schools, 562 Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalayas and 30 Central Tibetan Schools.

ICSE is available in 1,900 schools in India catering to about 1,40,878 students (including 232 abroad)

At present, there are 197 schools in India offering a Cambridge education while 99 others impart the Geneva-imported IB programme and Maharashtra, with 109 IB and IGCSE schools, leads the tally, followed by Karnataka coming a distant second, and Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh.

How to choose the Right School for your Child

SNBP International School, Pune

As soon as the child turns 3/4/5 years old, the big point of discussion in the family becomes – Which School should be selected amongst so many options available to them. From our perspective, this blog post discussion cannot be about comparing schools in a particular city or geography.

The basic selection parameters for deciding a school could be followed (in the order of priority)

  1. Infrastructure
  2. Academics
  3. Attention / Focus on each student / Discipline
  4. Sports Facility or Sports Curriculum
  5. Extra-Curricular
  6. Communication with Parents
  7. Distance
  8. Status of the School/ Known Name or Unknown brand / The School Management & Principal
  9. Affiliation – What Board is the school affiliated to
  10. Learning from the existing Parents

These are some not all but most certainly the most important parameters. Now let us try defining each one of them and see if something in this resonates with your views as well.

Infrastructure – What to look for in Infrastructure. Don’t look for Classrooms, but look for things inside the classroom – Noticeboards, Multi Media equipment and Cleanliness. Look for Activity space, the assembly area and activity rooms like spaces meant for visual and performing arts.

Academics – Please do not ask inane questions like “How many of your students achieve 90% plus scores”, “How is the result at your school” all of this is as stupid as asking the shopkeeper of a sweet shop whether items he is selling contain sugar or not. You will never be able to check out the veracity of the responses. The real question should be about the teaching technique, the pedagogy, about the academic and non-academic faculty. How do they ensure accountability amongst the staff, the burden on a single teacher – How many classes per day, How do they endure notebook corrections, How do they pace learning by doing with the orthodox methods etc. We believe these questions will help you get an inside view of the way system functions in a school.

Attention / Focus on each student / Discipline – We believe all the school you visit will tell you – We provide HOLISTIC DEVELOPMENT, ALL ROUND PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT. The discussion starts from here – How do you do it. Again what is the accountability here from the school side, How do they define the parameters, How do they evaluate those parameters, How do they record it so as parents could relate to them, How do they scale it up or down etc. This is a grey area, which needs address and understanding. This also makes up for how professional the set up is.

Sports Facility or Sports curriculum – Look around you (esp. if you are living in populated cities) where does your kid go to play when he/she there with you at home. Good chances are nowhere. He/She keeps thudding his knees against the cemented floor within the society’s premises. His/Her interaction with the world of sports more often than not will be through Television or video games. For kids, knowledge of sports education and fitness education is a must. We strongly believe and advocate nothing shapes personality more than Sports. Keep everything one side Debate/ performing arts/ quizzing one side and Sports One side on the balance. We believe sports will win by a handsome margin. Then again the question now becomes HOW does school go about it beyond the infrastructure. Do they have special provisions for children who are playing at the higher levels, What is the sports calendar, what all competitions they are looking to participate etc.

Extra-Curricular – Though this ranks on Number 5, but this is no less than No 3 or No 4. Questions one needs to know and ask are – How do you decide on a cleaner, what are the age divisions or groups under which you ask students to perform and participate in activities. How do you conduct a morning assembly? How do you decide a child’s involvement based on his/her aptitude etc.

Communication with Parents – Sometimes overlooked but a big piece of the jigsaw. How does school communicate beyond the regular Parent-Teacher meeting? How does the school deal with cases of discipline and disobedience? How do they decide on punishments (if any)? What is the medium they use to give information to parents – ERP, web, mobile, etc. This takes a lot of loads and does really help to stay in sync with the school’s agenda.

Distance – How far is the school, What is the conveyance facility available, How is security maintained when the child is travelling, etc could feature in evaluation parameters map.

Status of the School/ Known Name or Unknown brand / The School Management & Principal – People matter a lot, reputation maters and the Leader (Principal) mater more than anything. try interacting with as many people as possible and figure out the vision and the methodology at the school. Brand matters but only to a certain degree. All that matters is how is that adding to your child’s knowledge or personality.

Affiliation – What Board is the school affiliated to – For classes beginning from Class I and onwards schools have to follow a certain board of education. We personally believe uphill Class V the board doesn’t matter at all or it is fairly irrelevant, go for the school which performs well on other parameters and goes for admission.

Learning from the existing Parents – Nothing like talking to a random father/mother of any student who is have been sending their kids to the school where you are looking to admit your child. This will help you understand the loopholes of the offerings. It is up to you to make peace or else with the facts produced by them.

We believe if you start putting rank each of the parameters add the score and compare across the different school, you will be able to deduce a fair comparison. We wish all of you all the best for you and for your child.

Veda Chanting at SNBP International School

The Veda or Vedic Mantras are ‘Apaurushya’,’Imperson’ and ‘Authorless’. This is the oldest layer of Sanskrit literature directly conveyed by the Devine to the Rishis in the olden times. According to scriptures, Vyas Rishi is the compiler of Vedas; who arranged the Vedas as Rigveda, Yajurveda, Samaveda and Atharva Veda.

Veda Chanting at SNBP International School

On the event of Dr. DK Bhosale (Chairman and Founder) birthday celebration to be celebrated on 7th Oct’19, a havana along with Veda chanting was carried out to mark the beginning for the celebration, on 5th Oct’19. Students of SNBP, Rahatani in large numbers along with parents witnessing the same pooja was performed. The ritual was carried by Dr. DK Bhosale (Chairman and Founder) along with his soul of life Dr. Vrushali Bhosale (President). This event was organized and conceptualized by our Principal, Ms. Jayshree Venkatraman and Principal, Ms. Priyanka Agrahari showered her presence for the blessings further.2000 students from across Classes 3rd to 7th chanted Vedas in unison. A very divine environment was created instilling peace all across.

Dr. DK Bhosale -Birthday Celebration

The aura created by the students of SNBP looked as if divinity and god and goddesses marked their presence and created a mystic feeling of spirituality and peace.

Erasable And Reusable Game Boards To Practice Skills And Concepts Taught

Erasable And Reusable Game Boards

With the changing times, International schools in Pune are also adopting new teaching methods. What makes a school stand out from the others? Our honourable Chairman Sir Dr. Dashrath Bhosale believes that the major component is flexibility and adaptability. The way a school adjusts to the contemporary learning method establishes it as a unique educational institution. SNBP International School Pune is perhaps one of those schools that have managed to evolve from better to best within just a few years.

IB Board schools in Pune believes the foundation of children should be strong that is the reason Dr. DK Bhosale emphasizes the role of facilitators in skill building and capacity building of students. The visionary explains if the concepts of the subjects are clear to the students half the objective of leaning them is achieved. That is the reason the best school in Pune works with the students from a very young age. And as a bonus, the technology has added the cherry to the top. 

Other than the audiovisual aids and other new modes of the teaching-learning process to cater to the different learning styles of the students, board games are particularly helpful to develop and practice skills and teach concepts.

How useful are these erasable and reusable game boards?

The game boards are hugely popular with children and teachers alike and there are plenty of reasons behind that.

Dr. DK Bhosale – Chairman of SNBP International School, Pune
  • Usage: It is well known that children learn better when they are actively involved in the teaching-learning procedure. These board games are easy to use and also are child-friendly. With these board games, Pune international school provides students with an opportunity to learn through hands-on activities. One such glaring instance is abacus. The different play way method of abacus make a subject like mathematics popular among children.
  • Variety: The traditional chalk-and-talk method is now out of fashion. It is particularly not popular with little children. A board game in a classroom brings about the necessary variety in the everyday course of study. Games help children learn the concept better and also helps to serve the individual learning styles of students. As Dr. DK Bhosale rightly states in this regard that variety is the secret of retention of information better.
  • Appearance: Board games are attractive and colourful. These are ideal for students whose learning style is kinaesthetic. Another perk of using board games is that students are engaged in doing the activities thus managing class becomes easier. Top schools in Pune take the help of the games to teach to increase attentiveness and attention span of the students.
  • Complements the subject being taught: As respected Chairman, Dr. Dasharath Bhosale explains these games are not independent of just for recreation. They are meant to supplement the subject that is taught in the class. Teachers adopt age-appropriate games to teach difficult concepts and also develop a skill.

SNBP International School Pune, one of the top International schools in Pune, aims for the holistic development of children and believes it to be a step to reach nearer to their educational goals.

The Best School in Pune

SNBP International School, Pune today is one of the leading schools of Pune Started in the year 2007, the school has met great success in winning the trust of parents in Pune This contemporary School with its modern pedagogy and superior infrastructure has been able to create a definite niche for itself.

SNBP International School is affiliated to CBSE and aims to provide a stimulating learning environment through comprehensive facilities and an enriching inquiry-based curriculum.

SNBP’s inherent strength lies in its Curriculum, which is completely ingrained in the modern pedagogy and a perfect balance of Academics to Activity. Each and every Lesson Plan is designed to involve, engage and entertain students. The entire year is planned in advance with a rick mix of Academics and Co-curricular activities.

The curriculum of the school has been set after careful consideration by the Chairman, Dr. DK Bhosale, who himself is a highly knowledgeable individual with a vision. The curriculum corresponds with the SSC and Cambridge board schools in Pune.

How does SNBP. International School interact with Students?

“The capacity to learn is a gift; The ability to learn is a skill; The willingness to learn is a choice.”

Every classroom has the perfect teacher to student ratio so that the teacher can pay individual attention to all the students. This ensures that every child’s individual questions are answered, and the teacher can monitor the progress of each student in the classroom.

The school enables students to think outside the box. There is a lot more than only academics that the students can expect from the curriculum at the school. It organizes for extra-curricular activities on a regular basis so that students can participate in them and enjoy themselves. This feature is found in only a few other SSC schools in Pune.

SNBP Student Meets The President Of India

Fundamentals of SNBP’s Academic Program

A tinge of old with the amalgamation of new, the school strives hard to materialize the dreams of the future citizens getting moulded in it’s assertion. We, at SNBP. nurture them in a manner where a child can grow step by step. To sustain the growth and development of each and every member of SNBP, we mandatorily look into the following;

  • Maximum 30 Students Per Class
  • Comprehensive reporting on individual achievement
  • Educational Field Trips and School Presentations
  • Compulsory Morning Assembly
  • Holistic Intra-House Competitions & Programs
  • Creating of Positive Learning Environment
  • Focus on Discipline & Rigour

The Infrastructure of S.N.B.P. International School

The infrastructure of SNBP makes it one of the top 5 schools in PuneThe modern facilities provide an atmosphere where the students can learn to the best of their abilities. SNBP International prioritizes the safety of your kids, above all else. There are high-end CCTV cameras overseeing almost all the areas of the campus so that the children are under constant adult supervision at all times.

SNBP International School is located at an easily accessible location in Pune; being in one of the major thoroughfares, traveling to and fro the school is bound to be hassle-free. Besides, the school also provides regular and safe buses to pick up and drop students from their stops, so their complete security is ensured.

The institute encourages learning with respect to the five elements and aims to prepare its students with knowledge, love, hope, and wisdom. They are encouraged regularly to soar beyond the horizon.

Thus, this international school in Pune, under the able leadership of its renowned chairperson aims at passing on the beacon of knowledge and wisdom to the generations to come. We, SNBP, aims to provide the best possible learning experience to the students, where they can gain knowledge and skills that will enable them to soar through life.