Happy! to announce that Avni Bansal of grade 8 got silver medal in 100m and 200m in the 1st IBSO National Athletics meet organised by MIT, Pune from 24th to 25th November, 2018. She participated in the Under 17 girls category and brought laurels to the school by getting medals in two events. She will represent International Board Schools Organisation (IBSO) in the 64th National School Games 2018-19 organised by Sports Games Federation of India (SGFI) from 13th Dec to 19th Dec 2018 at Delhi.
Proud, to inform you that Saagarika Gowda of Grade 10 has been selected for 2nd Junior Women's National Boxing Championship 2018. She will represent Karnataka state in the Junior women's category, to be held at Chandigarh, Mohali, Punjab from 8th Dec to 18th Dec 2018.
Children’s day was celebrated with full fervor at Indus International School, Bangalore on 14 th of November. This day which is also the birthday of Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, the first Prime Minister of India is celebrated as a tribute to him. He was known for his relentless effort to increase awareness of the rights, care and education of children.
In what seemed like a test of mental and physical fitness, a group of nine students of Indus International Schools climbed the Mt Fuji (3,776 m), the highest peak of Japan. Mt. Fuji is the 7 largest peak in the world and is currently an active volcano (three separate volcanos in one). There is a very small window to trek Mt. Fuji; it starts at the beginning of July until the last week of August. Under the able guidance of Captain Mohit Tomar (Leadership Trainer, Indus School of Leadership), grades 8, 9 and 10 students from Indus International Schools in Pune, Hyderabad and Bangalore undertook this mountaineering expedition as part of their leadership training program, ‘Peak to Lead’, that is meant to train young minds to face all life’s challenges with grit and determination and overcome them despite hurdles. Out of the 9 students, the following 5 students summited the peak of Mt. Fuji
NAREN RAMESH (Grade 9) won second place in Under 16 open District level Chess Tournament conducted by Bangalore Chess Academy which is affiliated to Chess Association of Karnataka, on 23rd September 18. Five International rated players also participated in the same category.
Proud, to inform you that four of our students has been selected for IBSO Under 17 Football team for 64th National School Games to be held at Jammu Kashmir in the dates to be announced soon. Students will represent All India international board schools in the above mentioned tournament.
On August 15 th 2018, IISB celebrated India’s 72 nd Independence Day and Korea celebrated its 73 rd Independence Day. The day began with the hoisting of the Indian flag and the Korean flag. The students soulfully rendered the national anthems of both countries sung and the school song “Where the mind is without Fear”.
The highlight of the month of August 2018 was the Investiture Ceremony which was conducted on 11th August. During this solemn and serious occasion the Student Council was conferred with responsibility to realize the tasks assigned to them as they take the vision of the school and the house visions forward through careful planning and execution. The results of the elections had been announced to the students in a special assembly prior to the ceremony.
Indus International School won Gold medal in the Cross Country Boys category and Bronze medal in the Cross Country girls category in the VIVUM SPORTS FEST held at TISB on 23rd and 24th August 2018. BRAHM KAPOOR - Grade 10 - GOLD MEDAL VISHWA VIJAY YADAV - Grade 12 - BRONZE MEDAL Congratulations to all involved!!
It gives us immense pride to announce that Indus International School, Bangalore has done extremely well in the first Inter - School competition for the academic year 2018-19. Japan Hakuakai Karate-Do Federation organised All India Hakuakai Open Karate Championship on 11th and 12th of August 2018 at Koramangala Indoor Stadium, Bangalore. Indus won 3 Gold medals in Kata and 1 Gold in Kumite. Also, we won 3 Silver medals and a Bronze in Kata and 2 Bronze medals in Kumite.