Campus life at ISBF is a wonderful kaleidoscope of activities, both serious and fun, with a healthy mix of the co-curricular and extra-curricular. With a great bunch of bright minds from the best schools in India and abroad, having studied varied curriculums and with their own experiences to share, student life at ISBF promises to be an exciting rollercoaster ride. Gear up!
Students get to explore music, dance, debating, quizzing, dramatics, writing, social work, sports, Model United Nations (MUN), arts and more. You could find the next Adele or a Marquez in the making here. The opportunities are endless.
There are dedicated clubs and societies for each of these activities. All student clubs and societies organise a multitude of events throughout the year. Students also participate actively in events and inter-college competitions.
The student activities are coordinated by the Core Council, the apex student body which coordinates and organizes all events, festivals etc. in conjunction with each of the students’ societies/clubs.
The collective student energy reaches its crescendo during the Annual College Festival, Xenia, which explores new themes that reflect the current happenings across the globe. The Student societies/clubs which you can explore are:
As the focal point of contact between the management and the larger student body, the Core Council performs a difficult balancing act with consummate ease. The Core Council organizes the Annual College Festival – Xenia and the annual college trip. It also regulates activities/events of all student societies and clubs.
The PRT is focused on providing academic help to the students at ISBF. Students understand concepts at their own pace, and some might lag behind the rest of the class when it comes to certain topics. Teachers and students who are well versed in a particular subject can volunteer their time to help their peers review and clarify these topics. The educators are passionate about sharing their knowledge, bringing up relatable examples and illustrations that help students understand various concepts. Students who have command over a subject and would like to volunteer as educators for PRT are accepted on the basis of faculty recommendations. PRT looks for students who are patient and have strong communication skills, which would help them effectively communicate their learnings to their peers. Student educators are paid a stipend at the end of the academic year, based on the number of hours they have invested in PRT.