the ardent need of imparting quality education to our fledgling
generation, the managing committee of MBDCS has made praise
worthy Endeavour to establish
MBDCS at Vill. & P.O. Aklia Kalan, Distt. Bathinda, Punjab,
situated on Goniana-Chand Bhan-Jaitu Main Road in 1998. The
school is affiliated to CBSE,
New Delhi (Code No. 1630369) running under Mata Bainti Devi
Educational Society (Regd.). The school is from Pre-Nursery
to 10th class.
The main aims of this institution are :
1) To prepare the pupils to face the hardest
challenges of this present fast changing world.
2) To provide the best of environment &
play-grounds to groom them to become healthy/confident with an
3) To train pupils in English conversation &
instill confidence in them with the help of Audio-Visual Aids.
What makes MBDCS different from other schools.
- Individual-parent-educator meetings:
This meeting encourages participation of all the three parties
i.e. parents, teacher and student. This meeting is held on
every 3rd Saturday of the month. Every parent is
given patient hearing about the agenda regarding child’s
learning habits, attitude towards school, social interactions
and academic progress.
through Audio/Visual Aids:
The students are taught Rhymes, Alphabets, words, numerals &
their pronunciations & many other topics relevant to their
syllabus, such as, tables, counting, division, multiplication,
addition and subtraction, spellings of numerals etc. with the
help of Audio visual aids.
Diary / Link Book:
The school diary serves as link between parents, teachers and
the children. This link book is used as a means of
communication. Parent/Guardian are asked to read this book
thoroughly to appraise themselves of the school norms, rules &
regulations, activities, home work, holidays, examination
dates and their child’s progress etc.
First Aid & elementary medical facility is provided to all the
students. A well equipped first aid box is always maintained.
The students are medically examined periodically and the
deficiencies in the children are pointed out by the doctor. A
Medical Report Card of each & every student is regularly
prepared by the school which shows the complete medical
history of the student.
The contents of the books prescribed by the school have been scrutinised and it is declared that
these books have no objectionable content that hurts the feelings of any class, community, gender or
religious group in society. In case it is found that these books have any such content, the school takes
the responsibility for such contents.
Information as per C.B.S.E. guidelines