National English School, established in 2000 at VIP Road, Baguiati, is a co-educational institution affiliated to the Council for I.S.C.E., New Delhi. Founded by renowned philanthropist Sudhir Kumar Saha, NES prepares its students to embark on a journey of academic and personal excellence. Our innovative curriculum offers a practical and application-based learning approach that fosters critical thinking, problem solving and creative ability, while promoting an all-round progress through a rich and diverse co-curricular programme covering sports, music, art, literary, social and cultural activities essential to the holistic development of the child.
The school has a strong track record in academics which is reflected in its outstanding board results. This year our Class XII topper Ritwika Hazra scored 99.0% and secured 2nd Rank in State and 4th Rank in India in ISC 2016. Our Class X topper Aditi Jhunjhunwala scored 98.4% and secured 4th Rank in State in ICSE 2016. All our students have scored above 60% with a class average of 83% in ISC and 86% in ICSE. These impressive results are a testament to the hard work and dedication of our highly-experienced faculty who are committed to ensuring that each and every student at NES excels, and leaves the school as motivated, responsible and confident young adults, not afraid to chase their dreams.
At the heart of our success is our constant endeavour to make learning interesting, enjoyable and stimulating. NES has been pioneering innovative teaching techniques, using audio-visual aids and live working models, to demonstrate various concepts and their applications, with a strong emphasis on interactive learning to make sure that every student is fully engaged with their lessons, and is working to the best of their abilities. The School has introduced digital classes termed "SMART CLASS" where the audio-visual content is displayed on a huge wall mounted Touch Screen Interactive Display System linked to the school’s server. The software package includes specially tailored class-wise and subject-wise programmes for the students, which boosts them to go beyond conventional teaching through text books and makes the subject matter much more attractive.
Our Rajarhat Campus was inaugurated by Dr. Asim Dasgupta, Hon'ble Finance Minister, Govt. of West Bengal in February, 2008. The wing at Rajarhat is spread over a sprawling 60 cottahs campus, and provides a world-class ambience that will kindle the child's natural desire to learn. The school has state-of-the-art facilities for academics, sports, and co-curricular activities. There is a huge playground which is ideal for all sorts of outdoor games like football, cricket, volleyball and basketball. Children here have the full opportunity to be very close to the Mother Nature.
Deshbandhunagar Branch was inaugurated in April, 2008. This wing consists of Pre Primary and Primary classes. It has the Educomp Smart class Facilities for the young learners. There is an auditorium on 3rd Floor of the school building for co-curricular activities.
Last date for B.Ed. Online Admission for the Session 2017-19 is . Method subjects offered are: English, Bengali, Mathematics, Physical Science, Life Science, History, Geography, Education, Psychology, Commerce and Economics. Candidates may choose any of these School Subjects as their Method Subject for B.Ed. if they have it as a pass subject in Graduation or Masters. For details contact: 033 2570 1448.
NATIONAL COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, a new venture of NES Group, was inaugurated by Dr. Partha Chatterjee, Hon'ble Education Minister, Govt. of West Bengal, in May 2017. It is approved by NCTE, Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India and affiliated to WBUTTEPA & WBBPE for B.Ed. & D.El.Ed.
Admission Forms for Class XI (Sc./Com./Arts) & nursery is available from May 1, 2017. Contact School Office at (033) 2570 1447 / 48 for details.
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