Residential

At BTGS, we have residential facility to accommodate around 200 students from class IV onwards. There are separate residential blocks for boys and girls. Our hostel is equipped with all the modern amenities including Air conditioned rooms, Recreational room for relaxation and various activities. Common study areas for post school study hours, project room for collaborative learning with peer group, medical center to cater to any medical emergency, laundry and tuck shop to meet their personal needs. There are coaches for sports/yoga/meditation to promote physical well being and also mentor time to share and solve problems. Our residential facility is a home away from home for your child.

Residential

 

Daily Routine for Residential Students

 

MONDAY - FRIDAY

5.30
Wake up
5:45 - 6.30
Jogging, PT
6.30 - 6.40
Milk & Biscuit
6.40 - 7.40
Shower + Preparation time
7.45 - 3.15
School time (Breakfast, Mid Morning Juice, Lunch, Evening Snacks will be served in school)
3.15 - 4.30
Rest & Mentor time
4.30 - 5.10
Skill development / Reading / Remedial / Research
5.10 - 5.15
Evening juice/soup
5.15 - 6.15
Games
6.15 - 8.15
Prep
8.15 - 9.00
Dinner
9.00 - 9.30
News Hour - Newspaper, TV, Reading etc.
9.30 - 9.35
Bedtime milk
9.45
Lights Out
 
 

SATURDAY

5.30
Wake up
5:45 - 6.30
Jogging, PT
6.30 - 6.40
Milk & Biscuit
6.40 - 7.40
Shower + Preparation time
7.45 - 1.15
School time (Breakfast, Mid Morning Juice, Lunch, Evening Snacks will be served in school)
1.15 - 3.15
Leisure Time
3.15 - 3.25
Snacks
3.15 - 4.30
Rest & Mentor time
4.30 - 5.10
Skill development / Reading / Remedial / Research
5.10 - 5.15
Evening juice/soup
5.15 - 6.15
Games
6.15- 8.15
Prep
8.15 - 9.00
Dinner
9.00 - 9.30
News Hour - Newspaper, TV, Reading etc.
9.30 - 9.35
Bedtime milk
9.45
Lights Out
 
 

SUNDAY

7.00
Wake up
7.15 - 8.00
Shower, Preparation
8.00 - 8.30
Housekeeping
8.30 - 9.00
Breakfast
9.00 - 9.30
Phone / email to parents
9.30 - 10.30
Study
10.30 - 11.00
Activities / Library / Outings / IT Lab
11.00 - 11.10
juice/soup
11.10 - 1.30
Activities / Library / Outings / IT Lab
1.30 - 2.00
Lunch
2.00 - 4.00
Rest
4.00 - 5.15
Games
5.15 - 5.25
Evening Snacks
5.25 - 6.25
Skill development / Research
6.25 - 8.15
Mentor time
8.15 - 8.30
Setting of books, uniform etc
8.30 - 9.00
Dinner
9.00 - 9.30
News Hour - Newspaper, TV, Reading etc
9.30 - 9.35
Bedtime milk
9.45
Lights out

 

Term wise Activities during Sundays and Holidays

  • Movie in Cinema Hall
  • Mall visit
  • Movie in School Auditorium
  • Trek / Hike
  • Major 'Day Outing' - (day outing e.g. theme park, picnic etc.)
  • During reviews and term tests, the weekends will have more time for preparation

 

Personal Hygiene, Clothing and Appearance of Residential Students

Brahmavid believes that dress and grooming should respect the values and standards of the people of India and reflect well on the school and its ethos. Students shall avoid everything that is deemed inappropriate and a distraction to serious learning environment by the school. While coming to school; students shall always wear clean, tidy, well-ironed uniform; polished shoes; clean socks.

  • Students must strictly follow the school's norms on occasions when 'free dressing' is permitted.
  • Students shall always follow the rules and regulations laid down by the School for regular and non routine activities.
  • School uniform shall be worn on all school days and School blazers wherever applicable like special occasions and winter months. Blazers should be buttoned.
  • In the Boarding House, students must be dressed decently at all times.
  • After classes, students may change into games kit or as advised in the daily schedule/ calendar. After evening baths students are to be attired in clean, white/ House colour kurta and white pyjamas only.
  • No student is allowed to wear 'floaters' or 'crocs' during class hours with the school uniform unless allowed by the (RMO) for medical reasons.
  • Sikh boys must wear black turbans / 'patkas' whenever they leave the Boarding House.
  • Only plain 'floaters' or 'crocs' are permitted after classes. No fancy footwear is allowed.
  • Students must bathe every day.
  • Nails must be cut regularly and kept short and clean.
  • Students are not allowed to colour, dye or bleach their hair. Use of henna is not permitted on the hair or body.
  • No piercing on any part of the body is allowed except for girls who can get their ears pierced. Only a set of small ear-studs may be worn. Sporting of tattoos is not permitted on any part of the body.

 

Appropriate Clothing and Appearance

  • Neatly combed hair
    • Boys: well- trimmed
    • Girls: below shoulder level- to be secured neatly with a black band
  • Clean shaven face
  • On returning, from vacation, students should have the appropriate hair-cut.
  • Uniform shorts, skirts- hemline-not more than 2 inches above the knee
  • Socks covering ankles
  • Uniform shirts/blouses always neatly tucked-in.
  • Tops covering top of shoulder, chest, stomach, midriff and back.
  • Shorts/trousers/skirts/salwars/saris worn at the waist.

 

Prohibited Clothing and Appearance

  • Torn/cut off jeans
  • Clothes with vulgar/profane/racist/sexually suggestive writing on them
  • Hair colouring, extreme hairstyle (eg spiked, highlighted etc)
  • See-through shirts/blouses/halter tops/tank tops/tube tops etc. exposing the midriff.
  • Excessive make up
  • Boys wearing jewellery
  • Flashy and excessive jewellery e.g. multiple earrings