Orient Day School - Indrajit Pally,Behala

3.2/5 Rating

Orient Day School Information

  • Since : 1977
  • Category : Day Schools
  • Strength : N/A
  • Nursery - Class 12
  • Board: ICSE
  • Co-Education

About Orient Day School

Dr. Banerjee established Orient Day School in 1977, the academic session of which started from 1979. In April, 1977, Dr. Banerjee most generously transferred the school unconditionally to the Management of The Orient Education Society (Registered under the Registration of Societies Act, 1961). The school is being managed by a Board of Governors headed by Dr. J.L. Banerjee, the Founder-President. At first, the school was up to Standard-III with 100 students on the rolls. Dr. P.R. Sengupta took charge as the Head of the Institution on 1978 and worked untiringly with Dr. J.L. Banerjee to get the school affiliated to the CISCE, New Delhi in 1985. Dr. Sengupta was also instrumental in elevating the school upto the level of ISC (10 + 2) standard in 1995. After nourishing the dream-child of Dr. J.L. Banerjee for over thirty years, Dr. P.R. Sengupta retired in the year 2009. Since then, the school is flourishing under the able and dynamic guidance of Mr. Jayanta Banerjee, the Principal and his efficient and dedicated band of colleagues. Orient Day School is recognised by the Govt. of West Bengal and affiliated to the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations, New Delhi. The School is located Behala, Kolkata.

Orient Day School Fee Structure

20000 / Annual

Orient Day School Reviews

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Moumita Singha

Posted on July 31, 2023
I think this is the best school because the teachers try to help each and every students to understand and all the ODS 's students are well behave which is very good point of the school

Posted on July 26, 2023
School staffs are very rude and provides low quality of exercise books with a much higher price than any branded exercise books. Canteen area is the most unhygienic 🤢 and 0 encouragement for carrear opportunities . Never expect extracurricular activities or inter school competitions , they neither have a playground nor do they have any sort of sports group. 😑Labs are literally graveyards fr , compacted and lack of equipments , being an CICSE affiliated school it doesn't provide the updated curriculum subjects to its students.
Subhasish Chakraborty

Posted on December 15, 2022
I have studied in this school and the teachers are very nice and they try to teach the students in a more easier and finer detailed way but the students never learned from there heart that how to show respect to teachers and to the school itself.
Ankita Pramanik

Posted on March 4, 2022
Very bad experience. Unhygienic environment: The corridors stink like a public toilet. The school canteen (which sells unhealthy, improperly cooked food) is situated 2-3 metres away, just opposite of an open urinal and it smells horrible there. The washrooms are dirty. And don't be surprised if you get to see names of female students written on the walls of washrooms. There is no discipline in the students. Many students of this school can be seen smoking cigarettes just outside the school premises or in small lanes around the school. Most (if not all) students act typical of rowdies, using slangs and abusive words without any guilt at all. Laboratories are modestly equipped. School does not provide drinking water facility to students. During summer, the tap water is so hot that it becomes next to impossible to even wash your hands with it. Often, the handbasin area becomes wet and slippery and students are at a great risk of slipping and injuring themselves. The school sells substandard quality notebooks at higher prices than the best brands in market. And they don't allow students to use notebooks other than the ones the school sells. There is no playground for children to play. There is a small campus, one-third of which is occupied by parked bicycles. Half of the remaining space is used as parking space for the principal and his family's cars. There is a hall in the topmost floor which is used as a makeshift "auditorium" during functions. Students have to sit on the floor for the entire duration of the program. The same hall is used for Physical Training (PT class) and the height of the ceiling is so low that a student of average height has a cent percent chance of getting his/her hands injured badly if he/she happens to raise their hands above their head. The school does not provide any platform to students so they can enhance their skills . There are no inter-house competitions or any such activities. There are other schools in Behala that are far better than this one.
Imperfect soul

Posted on September 14, 2020
As an ex student who has spend 14 years in this school (from nursery 2 , transition to 12), this makes me nostalgic. This is the first English medium school in Behala, even long before there was an National Gems or MP Birla. As an English medium school this is good. Some points on my part: ° Don't expect any extracurricular activities. It's almost zero tbh. °The administration needs to be strict and check the students they're admitting. Believe me, some students belong in Alipore Central Jail. If fighting breaks out, give TC not suspension ffs. °Labs are good. Most of the teachers are good. °Dress needs to be improved. Navy blue pants look bad, and 11, 12 dress is that of Kolkata traffic police 😅 °Close to school, there is W book centre, where you will get all the books.

Orient Day School Location

33B, James Long Sarani, Indrajit Pally, Behala, Kolkata, West Bengal 700034, India

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