Birla Vidya Niketan aims to promote International friendship, educational collaborations and build cultural bridges globally.
Imbibing the spirit of internationalism as a core competency, the school offers Spanish, German and French languages as part of the curriculum from VI to X.
Vibrant International Educational School Exchange Programmes and International Visits are conducted for students and teachers to give the students firsthand experience and international exposure.
The school is accredited with the British council since 2014 and is the recipient of the International school Award.
2. Rugby School Exchange Program London-
Twenty-one students of Birla Vidya Niketan took off from 3rd to 17th April 2017 for an educational trip to the Rugby School London. They were escorted by team leader Ms. Meenakshi Kushwaha [Principal] and an accompanying teacher Ms. Kuhu Guha (English)
BVN Students along with students from Turkey, Czechoslovakia, Italy, Japan & Mexico of attended sessions on English, Hakka dance International music Rugby games etc. Visit to Coventry and sightseeing at London was a bonus.
Birla Vidya Niketan and the Instituto Gestalt have recently initiated the Cross Cultural Exchange Programme with Mexico School called “The Global Educational & Cultural Exchange Programme”. It is a virtual student exchange supported with technology to help students from both the countries to interact and learn from each other about their countries
4. Inauguration of Middle School Science Lab-
Mr. Yuji Nishikawa from Japan Science & Technology inaugurated their Middle School Science Laboratory to promote “Skilling Young Scientists’ of BVN. Your kind presence in the program encouraged us a lot and made us more confident in imparting quality education in the field of Science & Technology.
The Japan Exchange and Teaching (JET) Programme is an opportunity for young college graduates to assist with international exchange and foreign language education throughout Japan as either Assistant Language Teachers (ALTs) or Coordinators for International Relations (CIRs).
is a project advanced by the Japanese government from the standpoint of providing a sound foundation for strong solidarity within Asia through large-scale youth exchange.
The Japan-East Asia Network of Exchange for Students and Youth Programme (JENESYS) will be hosting 182 students who specialize in specifically notified sports and cultural field (traditional heritage and arts).
The student wings of Indo-Japan Association and Bharat Japan Maitri Parishad have been meeting regularly two years in India and one year in Japan since 1997 to discuss and exchange views/opinions on varied topics, for example, youth issues, global environment issues, bilateral relations, etc. The 11th Japan India Student Conference took place in Delhi, Kolkata and Pune. The Conference was held in collaboration with Bharat Japan Maitri Parishad in Delhi, Association of Friendship with Japan in Pune, and Nihongo Kaiwa Kyokai in Kolkata.