Houses

The students from class I to X are divided into four houses. House system inculcates: -
(i) Spirit of competition.
(ii) Team work.
(iii) Sense of responsibility.
(iv) Unity.
(v) Develop in all spheres of education etc.

There are four houses from class I to X - Red, Green, Blue & Yellow. Students are equally divided in four houses.

There is one house in-charge (Teacher) and all the teachers are equally divided four each house.

There is one captain and one vice-captain for each house (students). House in-charges conduct meetings and select captain and vice-captain-for conducting-different activities and competitions as scheduled in school calendar. House teachers help the students to prepare themselves for different competitions (on Saturday).


House wise competitions-provides them a platform to show their talents. Children become confident and get prepared for future.
• Red
• Green
• Blue
• Yellow

BPS Culture

Bansal Public School held the Investiture Ceremony on 12th July 2017 with great enthusiasm. It marked a significant beginning of the new academic session, the occasion where the new student council was prepared for the mantle of responsibility and leadership. The ceremony was scheduled to begin at 12:00 noon. The dignitaries were escorted to the auditorium with the school land and the NCC students. The principal mentor, Sir Gyan Gautam, the Principal Mam Savita Tripathi, Coordinator Ms. Shruti Sharma and Mr. Anurag Singh Hada of Bansal Public School inducted the new student Council –[The Head boy and the Head girl, Captains and Vice Captains of Red, blue, green and yellow house and the President of Various Clubs] with badges and Oath. Arjun Saxena was appointed as the Head Boy and Meenu Bukkar was appointed as the Head girl. They were followed by the Captains and Vice Captains of Red, blue, green and yellow house and the President of various clubs. The principal mentor of the school, Sir Gyan Gautam addressed the students with his motivational words and gave a vote of thanks. It was indeed a memorable occasion for the young leaders as they look forward to a new and promising academic session 2017-18. .