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BHS/006/2021-22 28/05/2021



Dear Parents,

I hope you are all well and so are your children.

Please refer to Circular No. 1 posted on 5.4.2021 wherein the details of the branches of ICICI bank have been mentioned for fee payment.

The Account No and IFSC code are appended below for your reference.

Account No. 031201000444

IFSC code - ICIC0000312


Thank you,



Mrs. F. Singh


BHS/005/2021-22 12/05/2021

Dear Parents,


We trust that you are well and so are your children, the students of Birla High School. We hope that you have perused Circular No.4 dated 10.5.2021 regarding fees for the session 2021-22.


Your attention is further drawn to the following regarding payment of fees from 1st April, 2021 for the session 2021-22.


  1. You may choose to make payment in full of the proposed fee for 2021-22 (referred to as PF) in which case your kind attention is drawn to Circular no.4, para 6 & 7.
  2. You may wish to avail of the discounted fees of 80% of the fees of 2019-20 as per Court Order, till physical reopening of school. In which case your kind attention is drawn to Circular No.4, para 6 & 8.


The fees heads (per month) relating to online facilities being provided, against which 80% fees is being charged are as under:


Fees Head Breakup

80% of Fees of 2019-20 (P.M.)



Tuition Fee (Nursery - XII)



Session Fee (Nursery – XII)



Assessment Fee (Nursery – XII)



Cocurricular Activity Fee (Nursery – XII)



ICT Fee (Nursery – XII)




Chargeable fees (per month) for those parents who wish to pay 100% is elaborated below:


Total (Nursery – VIII)



Total (IX – XII)




Our school stands firm in its commitment to providing quality education and holistic development for all students and we seek your cooperation in the continued smooth functioning of the school.

Thanking you

Yours sincerely


L. Saigal




BHS/004/2021-22 10/05/2021



All parents of students of the school                                                               

A Way Ahead for 2021-2022


  1. We hope you are well and trust that parents of our wards, and their families, have been taking all due care in these unprecedented times. Looking after the health and well-being of your loved ones is of paramount importance. We look forward to the time when a degree of normalcy will be restored in our daily lives, particularly in the educational journey of our students.​
  2. The all-round and recognized success of our institution, demonstrated by the performance and merits of our students, has always been enriched by a constructive role of parents, teachers, staff and well-wishers. Even in the pandemic situation and the given mandatory restrictions on physical interface during the previous academic year (2020-2021), the School has done its best to uphold its delivery of quality education with uninterrupted and sincere zeal.
  3. On our part we had already taken voluntary steps to mitigate financial burdens on parents, before the Hon’ble Courts ruled on public interest litigations which were launched on schools in general. We have been fully compliant with judicial orders, which are essentially intended to help parents tide over difficulties as long as the situation brought about by the pandemic of Covid 19 persists and normalcy evades us.
  4. However, as a responsible institution, we cannot lose sight of realities and the sensitive need to maintain and uphold both infrastructure and faculty excellence for the long run. Parents will kindly appreciate that if we have to cover standing costs and mitigate inflation driven cost escalations only through our fees. Sustainable economics cannot be compromised.
  5. Apart from establishment costs and statutory financial obligations, salaries of teachers and other staff as per the recommendations of the Sixth Pay Commission (as adopted by the Government of West Bengal) have to be met in this financial year. Our teachers and support staff after all form the backbone of the institution and should not be denied such escalations which have been adopted by the Government and implemented also by various other schools in the city. This gives rise to a corresponding huge unavoidable yet mandated increase in our operational expenses. The auxiliary expenses and earmarking of funds for appropriate development as mandated by CBSE by-laws is an added reality.
  6. It has thus become inescapable to revisit the fee structure, taking into account the increased running costs, salaries and other relevant factors affecting the School. Consequently, the proposed fees (hereinafter called “PF”) for the current academic session 2021-2022 will stand at an approximate 10% over the corresponding fees of the academic session 2019-20201.
  7. We now are compelled to request parents, who are capable of paying the PF and do not need to avail of Court mandated discounts, to pay such fees and not to avail of the reduction in school fees provided hereinafter, if their financial situation does not merit the reduction.
  8. In terms of Court orders, the School will continue to provide discount/reduction of 20% of the fees of 2019-2020 with regard to facilities provided and charge 80% of the fees of 2019-2020 and will not insist upon payment of any higher amount. However, in the interest of preventing irreparable harm to the institution, we request parents not to avail of such discount, if their financial situation does not merit such reduction. The fees and charges for facilities provided which the School will insist on payment will continue to be as per the orders of the Hon’ble Courts. The School however makes it clear that it will take steps to recover the arrears, subject to orders of Court.
  9. It will not be out of place to mention here that even the Hon’ble Court has “requested (parents) not to avail of the reduction in school fees, if their financial situation does not merit the reduction”.                                                                                                            1.The exact amount is not given as we understand fees will be different for different classes. However, if the fees are same, the exact amount of Proposed Fees can by inserted.                                                                                                                                                                                     
  10. Thus, subject to orders of the Hon’ble Courts, the proposed fees for the academic session 2021-2022 which are intended to be made applicable with effect from April 01, 2021 or such other dates as may be advised will be enforced, and dues over and above the payment that may have been actually made and that payable in terms of this notice, will be recoverable by the School. The scheme of awarding scholarships and due commitments to statutes will continue as before.
  11. We may also point out that the Hon’ble High Court had allowed certain cost arrears and expenses for developing infrastructure to be recovered when physical functioning resumes; however, we have not proposed to do so in the proposed fees schedule.
  12. In accordance with requests and directions of the Hon’ble Courts, parents who are blessed and are in a position to pay the full amount of the proposed fees are sincerely requested to pay the same voluntarily. We hope that - considering the welfare, education and all-round development of your wards - parents and guardians will as always extend whole hearted co-operation for strengthening and improving the quality of the children’s education and happiness of all concerned. It also goes without saying that parents voluntarily paying full amount of the proposed fees also creates opportunities for the School to assist parents who are unfortunately in a difficult position.
  13. Our School stands firm in its commitment of providing quality education and balanced development for all students. Our teachers have left no stone unturned in providing an unbroken learning process. We solicit your kind cooperation in continued smooth running.

This Circular is without prejudice to our rights and contentions in the pending Court cases.




BHS/003/2021-22 20/04/2021

Nursery to V

Dear parents,

Please note that the summer holidays will commence from Monday, 17th May, 2021 instead of Monday, 10th May, 2021.

The last working day will be Saturday, 15th May, 2021.

Online classes will resume for classes Nursery to V from Monday, 14th June, 2021.


Thank you,


Ms. F. Singh


BHS/002/2021-22 09/04/2021

Classes Nursery to V


Dear Parents,


This is to inform you that the new academic session (2021-2022) will now commence from Monday, 19th April 2021 instead of Monday, 12th April 2021.




Farida Singh



BHS/001/2021-22 05/04/2021

Dear Parents,

Greetings from Birla High School.

Please note that from the academic session 2021-2022 fees of students of the Primary Section need to be deposited in the following branches of ICICI BANK and not in AXIS BANK :

Details of ICICI Bank branches:

        1. GORKY TERRACE

            5, Gorky Terrace Kolkata – 700017 Phone – 4401 8309/8310

        2. GARIAHAT

            2/3, Hindusthan Road Gariahat, Kolkata – 700029 Phone – 24617541

        3. SALTLAKE

            BJ 140, Sector II, Near Tank No. 9, Saltlake City, Kolkata - 700091, Phone – 32489138


            133, M.G. Road, Kolkata - 700007, Phone – 6450 1231

        5. STEPHEN HOUSE

             56B, Hemanta Basu Sarani, Stephen House, Ground Floor, Kolkata – 700001

           Phone – 40611323

        6. KANKURGACHI

           188/1A, Maniktalla Main Road, Kakurgachi, Kolkata – 700054, Phone – 40701432

        7. HOWRAH

             8/1, Ground Floor, Hardatrai Chamaria Road, Howrah – 711101, Phone - 44047900


Henceforth, all payments will be in favour of ‘BIRLA HIGH SCHOOL’ and not BIRLA HIGH SCHOOL JUNIOR SECTION.

Thank you,


Mrs. Farida Singh


NEW ACADEMIC SESSION (2021-2022) 31/03/2021

Classes Nursery to V

Dear Parents,

This is to inform you that the new academic session (2021-2022) will commence from Monday, 12th April 2021 instead of the earlier date announced i.e. 5th April 2021.



Farida Singh


BOOKLISTS - 2021-22 19/03/2021




Books, stationery items and school bags will be available at -

  1. Oxbridge  :

79A, A.J.C. Bose Road, Kolkata - 700 014

Ph.: 033 2217 5354, Mob.: 90072 18679 / 87773 72692,



  1. Scholar’s

Victoria Plaza, 2A, Shakespeare Sarani, 1st Floor,

(Sahara Sadan Complex)

Opp. M P Birla Planetarium, Kolkata - 700 071

Ph.: 033-2282 6246, Mob.: 98302 53393/70440 69108

Email:, Website:

The sale of books, stationery and school bag will be from 9:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. on the days mentioned below from both the above prescribed vendors.

Session 2021-22


Date of Sale of Stationery


Saturday, 20th March, 2021

Class I

Sunday, 21th  March, 2021

Class II

Monday, 22th  March, 2021

Class III

Tuesday, 23rd  March, 2021

Class IV

Wednesday, 24th  March, 2021

Class V

Thursday, 25th  March, 2021

Class VI

 Please check the Senior Section Website 











  • Those who wish to procure the school uniform for the next session,

Please click here to view/ download the details of the prescribed school uniform vendors for the session 2021-22.


Farida Singh





Dear Parents,

Due to unavoidable circumstances, our Annual Day and Prize Day ceremony for the session 2020-21 has been rescheduled. The rescheduled date will be informed to you later.

Sorry for the inconvenience.



Farida Singh



Subject: Final Reminder Notice to Pay School Fees


Consequent upon the Hon’ble Calcutta High Court order dated 13th October 2020, read in conjunction with the Hon’ble Supreme Court order dated 28th October 2020, the school had provided a 20% reduction in school fees to all parents and guardians of our students by its Notice dated 31st October, 2020.

Although the last date of payment as per the Hon’ble Calcutta High Court order, was 30th November 2020, the school had voluntarily extended the date of payment from time to time, first up to 31st December 2020, and thereafter again till 15th February 2021 and finally until 15th March 2021.

These extensions were provided, primarily keeping in view the deeply troubled and testing time for all, and the solidarity with which most of us have faced the situation so far.

However, in spite of repeated reminders, there are a number of parents who have failed and/or refused to make due payments in terms of the Notice dated 31st October, 2020 published in compliance with the order of the Hon’ble Courts and clear the outstanding dues. To these parents we would want to extend this last reminder to clear all dues by 15th March 2021.

We are also constrained to remind our valued parents and guardians that the school on its part has multiple onerous obligations, in terms of payment to staff, maintenance, upkeep of facilities and the like. At the end of the day, it is in the best interest of our students that these obligations are fulfilled. This can be done on a sustainable basis only when the fees is received in a timely manner by the school. We therefore seek the understanding and cooperation of all parents and guardians.

In terms of the judicial pronouncements, failure to clear the dues by the due date will leave no option to the school but to take action in terms of point xix of Para 61 of the Hon’ble Calcutta High Court order dated 13th October 2020. The school is further entitled to take any other action as it deems appropriate in this regard in accordance with law.

We sincerely hope to avoid any such action due to the non-payment of fees and hope that our students’ association with school continues to its rightful fructification.