Houses 2018-19

The Bal Vikas Progressive School community is divided into four house

1. Bhabha

2. Nehru

3. Tagore

4. Vivekanand

Each house is mentored and led by a Housemaster who functions as a role model.
The house serves as a platform for the students to exhibit their skills in various activities. A multitude of activities such as Quiz contests, debates and painting competitions are held to encourage the spirit of competition among the houses. Interhouse matches are held throughout the year for the coveted sports cup. An Academic shield is also awarded to the House with the highest average percentage of marks.
Every week a house is on duty.

Bobby Singh
ASL Examiner Trainer
(CBSE,New Delhi)
Incharge of All Houses
Meenakshi Chhokar
Cultural Event Incharge
Jagjeet Kaur
Cultural Event Incharge

BHABHA HOUSE

Bhabha House is named after an Indian nuclear Physicist Homi Jehangir Bhabha. In Independent India Homi Jehnagir Bhahba, with the support of Jawaharlal Nehru, laid the foundation of a scientific establishment and was responsible for the creation of two premier institutions, Tata Institute of Fundamental Research and Bhabha atomic Research Centre. Homi Bhabha was the first chairman of India's Atomic Energy Commission and was also the chairman of the first United Nations Conference on the Peaceful Uses of Atomic Energy, held in Geneva in 1955.


Aastha Sodhi
  Housemaster


House Teachers

Namita Taneja Tina Khurana Sumita Rawal Minakshi Thakral
Sonia Sharma Amit Kaushik Rupali Neelam Bhargva
Ranjana Punita Bisht Pooja Rashi Madaan
Kanika Chugh Charu Bhandari Sonia Baweja Deepak Chanana
 
Ganesh Thapa Divya Vishal Sethi  

TAGORE HOUSE

Tagore House is named after Guru Dev Rabindranath Tagore, Bengali Poet, Philosper and an artist. Known as"Gurudev", poet Rabindranath Tagore was a proud inheritor of India's spiritual heritage, to which he gave voice in his inimitable language. He founded the famous Shanti Niketan and Vishva Bharati. A great man of letters, he was awarded the Nobel Prize for literature for his book Geetanjali in 1913.


  Sunil Sharma
  Housemaster

House Teachers

Amandeep Malik Deepika Sharma Shyamanand Harshita Sharma
Deepa Nidhi Bhatia Anju Rewri Gurdeep Kaur
Manisha Bali Meenakshi Sadana Preeti Bhatia Ranu
Ravindra Kour Babita Mandeep Nishant Taank
 
Amrit Kaur Khanna Meenakshi Chhokar
Jagjeet Kaur
 

NEHRU HOUSE

Nehru House is named after Jawaharlal Nehru, the first Prime Minister of Independent India. An irrepressible freedom-fighter, Bharat Ratna Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru is sure to live in history for generations to come as the man who shaped the destiny of independent India. As an unchallenged leader of the masses and spokesman of India, he was a true successor of Gandhiji. He had the distinction for being the first Prime Minister of Independent India for an uninterrupted period of over 17 years, the longest in the history of any democratic country.


Meenu Madaan
  Housemaster

House Teachers

Sangeeta Sharma Ruchika Sethi Avneet Manisha Kharbanda
Sonika Bali Simmi Sikand Seema Gandhi Sofia Arya
Dhiraj Ahuja Babita Sharma Suman Aneja Vandana Gulia
Richa Bhatia Kavita Sonia Baweja Ravindra Kour
   
Nishant Taank Amrit Kaur Khanna    

VIVEKANAND HOUSE

Vivekanand Hosue is named after the spiritual leader Swami Vivekanand who was also the founder of the Ramakrishna Math and Ramkrishana Mission. Swami Vivekananda, possibly the most masterful personality of modern India, "came,saw and conquered". He lit the torch of resurgent. Hinduism, Sanatana Dharma, particularly the Vedanta Philosophy, in far off America. He preached the gospel of his Guru. Ramakrishna Paramahamsa all over India, and the world, reviving the faith of mankind in religion.


 Alka Narang
  Housemaster

House Teachers

Priya Kumar Sangeeta Manchanda Sanjeev Nandal Ramehar Sharma
Kritika Nishtha Deepti Sareen Meenakshi Malik
Namita Malik Akanksha Dahiya Kanchan Batra Deepak Chanana
Chetna Singh Divya Babita Vishal
     
Ashok Kumar