The mission of the International Baccalaureate® is to cultivate young individuals who are inquisitive, well-informed, and compassionate, and who contribute to building a more harmonious and equitable world through cross-cultural comprehension and consideration. To achieve this goal, the organization collaborates with educational institutions, governments, and global entities to design demanding programmes of global education and rigorous evaluation. These programmes motivate learners worldwide to become engaged, empathetic, and lifelong learners who recognize that diverse perspectives and opinions are equally valid.Enquire Now
English Language and Literature HL/SL
Computer Science HL/SL
Environmental Systems and Societies SL
Hindi B HL/SL
Spanish ab Initio SL
French B SL / HL
Spanish B HL/SL
Mathematics Applications and Intp HL/SL Mathematics Analysis and approaches HL/ SL
Business Management HL/SL
Environmental Systems and Societies SL
Visual Arts HL/SL
The Theory of Knowledge (TOK) course is a core element of the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (DP) that focuses on critical thinking and reflecting on the nature of knowledge, rather than on learning a specific body of knowledge. It requires at least 100 hours of class time and aims to encourage learners to explore the question "how do you know?" in various contexts to develop a lifelong interest in knowledge.
The extended essay is a mandatory, externally assessed academic writing piece of up to 4,000 words, which requires independent research on a topic chosen by the learner. It is designed to encourage high-level research, writing, intellectual exploration, and personal discovery. learners receive guidance and support from a supervisor and are required to undertake three mandatory reflection sessions, including a short interview, after completing the essay.
Creativity, activity, and service (CAS) is a fundamental aspect of the DP that promotes personal and interpersonal learning through its holistic approach. CAS consists of three strands: creativity, activity, and service. CAS experiences can be a single event or a series of events, while CAS projects are collaborative series of sequential experiences lasting at least one month. Both singular and ongoing experiences are valuable, but a meaningful CAS programme requires at least one CAS project.
The career counselling programme includes activities such as guiding subject selection, mapping interests to higher education options both domestically and internationally, advising on high school programmes and college admissions, helping build successful college profiles, facilitating recommendation letters, organizing career fairs, and arranging visits from university delegates. This department helps learners and parents understand how to prepare for college application and admission and build a successful college profile over time. The department also organizes a comprehensive career fair with representatives from various universities and career fields, and throughout the year, it arranges visits by delegates from national and international universities.
I owe a great deal of gratitude towards the school career counselling team, who have played an instrumental role in guiding me towards the right goals and universities.
The JBCN Career Counselling team's one-on-one counselling session proved extremely helpful in her decision-making process. She expressed gratitude for the counselling team's personalised attention, which boosted her confidence.
Hear from Ishanvi Samal, our IBDP learner from the Class of 2023, as she shares her experience about how the JBCN IB Diploma Programme has guided h
At JBCN we believe in excellence and merit. Our prestigious Ms Pinky Dalal scholarship empowers academic and career goals of our Grade X learners who wish to pursue IBDP for the higher education. Under this scholarship program, the students studying in Grade X can apply for the Scholarships.
To know more about the Scholarship please get in touch with our Admission Officer.