1)Birla Open Minds International School is now an IBCP IB candidate targeting the academic session 2023-2024. 2)The recent achievements of our students in Sports: (i) SREOSHEE MAJUMDER of Grade 9 participated in 400m Athletics in Sports For All Event has secured the 1st Place. (ii) E. Shruthi of Grade 9 participated in 100 m & 200m in Athletics in Sports For All Event has secured the 1st Place in both Events.3)BOMIS, Kollur featured in Education World Rankings (2022-23) Ranked 5th in Co-Ed Day Schools League Table Hyderabad & Telangana, Ranked 25th in India's Best Co-Ed Day Schools League Table, Ranked 7th in Leadership Management Quality, Ranked 10th In Parent Involvement, Ranked 10th Career Counselling Leadership. 4) Congratulations to 10th Grade School Toppers Gandra Shanmitha, Sonia Gupta, Samaira Chadha, Tejashwini Prashant Patil.   5) Congratulations to 12th Grade School Toppers Purna Sunanda, P. Sree Dhruthi Reddy, Harika Chunduri   6) We have successfully achieved the International Dimension in Schools Certificate for the period 2020-23   7) Indian Green Building Council Platinum Rating in Green Schools Rating System  

Inter House Competitions

To foster healthy competition among the students and encourage them to be an active member of the respective houses, different Inter House Competitions are conducted on a regular basis. This boosts the holistic development of the students.

The students demonstrate great team spirit by putting in their best efforts for contributing to the House score.

School Houses

All the students of the school belong to one of the four houses .These are led by the student representative , House Captain and a Vice Captain . Various activities are conducted within the house as well as Inter house to give the students the sense of belonging towards their house .

House Scores

Name of the House Scores
Legacy 4557
Ambition 5657
Spirit 5600
Discovery 5101


“Peace comes from being able to contribute the best that we have, and all that we are, toward creating a world that supports everyone. But it is also securing the space for others to contribute the best that they have and all that they are” - Hafsat Abiola It is very important to engage the students in peace education when they start developing their own view of the world amidst all acts of violence around us.Learning about peace is a wonderful opportunity at young age to develop peaceful perspectives of the world around them. A pinwheel is associated to our childhood memory of joyful and peaceful living. The Peace Ambassadors of Grades 5 – 7 will create and display their "pinwheels for peace". They will spread their message of Peace interpreting their unique thoughts and feelings through the spinning of the pinwheels, thoughtfully sensitizing people around them to build healthy relationships and valuing the inherent dignity of others.


"A successful competition is always going out there and putting 100 percent into whatever you are doing. It's not always winning. It's also gaining confidence, and having a good time and having fun "Simone Biles Adhering to the same philosophy, we encourage students to participate in Inter-house competitions. This week students have participated in Slogan making, Article writing and Visual presentation based on the broad theme SAVE SOIL, raising awareness as Environmental Stewards focussing on Soil Health, Soil Regeneration and Soil Restoration.

"Soil is our life, our very body. And if we forsake soil, in many ways, we forsake the planet."-Sadhguru The students of Grade 1 and 2 learned about the importance of soil in our lives and soil conservation. They made a Thank You Card to be gifted to their Gardener expressing their gratitude for Saving Soil and taking care of the Soil Health.

The soil is the great connector of lives, the source and destination of all. Without proper care for it we can have no community, because without proper care for it we can have no life.”- Wendell Berry An awareness was created among the students to restore and regenerate the soil and make it sustainable for a healthy living. The students of Grades 3 and 4 designed a Bookmark and gifted it to a Reader to make them pause for the cause of Saving Soil. Our young minds will surely make the Reader to reflect on Soil Regeneration and Soil Restoration through their creative strokes in the Bookmark.


Inter House Competition was conducted on 15th August, 2022. As Global leaders our students of Grades 1 & 2 expressed their thoughts and made a ‘Pledge for the Community’ as a part of Independence Day Celebration to promote personal health and wellbeing for all as responsible citizens.

Gender inequality destabilizes our social fabric and devalues all of us. It is not only denial of human rights but also undermining the world’s human potential. Our global citizens of Grades 3 and 4 voiced their thoughts on this global challenge by making a Photo Collage appealing people around them to eradicate bias attitude and encourage to work together with equal rights and respect for all.

Inter House Competition was conducted on 15th August, 2022. As Global leaders our students of Grades 1 & 2 expressed their thoughts and made a ‘Pledge for the Community’ as a part of Independence Day Celebration to promote personal health and wellbeing for all as responsible citizens.

We all understand that the effects of climate change and is very challenging for the entire civilization. It is very important for us to adhere to our climate commitments, educate people around us by designing innovate ways to minimize the adverse effect of climate change.

As Global leaders our students of Grades 5 to 7 expressed their thoughts through a Message as a part of Awareness Campaign to sensitize people on this global challenge.


The warm shades of yellow and orange, the cool weather and all the vibrant festivals in India makes Autumn truly a season of joy. The students of Grades 7 and 8 participated in a Quilling art activity with their creative mind and fingers working in coordination to present an artwork on nature that fascinates them the most. They made spectacular items like earrings, greeting cards, photo-frame, etc.

Our students of Grades 6 participated in making a beautiful Coaster that not only shields the surface of the table but to enhance the mood while having tea / coffee with their creative artwork by using nature’s gifts – dried leaves, small twigs, seeds, wood pieces, sea shells, walnut shells, jute thread, any other fabric, etc.


The future of the safety movement is not so much dependent upon the invention of safety devices as on the improvement of methods of educating people to the ideal of caution and safety.” – Walter Dill Scott The social ambassador of Grades 3 and 4 shared their thoughts on Road Safety in Just A Minute Competition. Being responsible citizens, they participated in an awareness drive by sharing their knowledge on Road Safety thoughtfully and carefully. Our curious young learners presented their thoughts actively by participating on social issues which made them think, reflect and develop a wider perspective.

"As humans, we have evolved to compete; it is in our genes, and we love to watch a competition." -- Peter Diamandis, entrepreneur. Successful competition is not about winning, it’s all about participation. The CAIE young contestants at Birla open minds school have shown their mettle in showcasing artistry and diversity while creating awareness towards Road safety week. Safety isn’t just a solution. It’s a way of life.

It is imperative to encourage active participation in social issues which make them think, reflect and develop a wider perspective. A change in perspectives is much needed to make people understand the importance of the lines -"Prevention is better than cure." The young learners are aware about the importance of Road Safety. So, being responsible citizens of Grades 5 and 6, they participated in Safety Band Designing Competition for gifting their parents to convey the message of Sadak Suraksha, Jeevan Raksha reminding them about the importance of road safety guidelines.

“The Driver on the highway is safe not when He reads the signs but when He obeys them“. Students of Grade 1 and 2 participated in Inter House competition-5 "Show and Tell Competition” on the topic “ Sadak Suraksha Jeevan Raksha" where children spoke about safety rules. They have used different posters,props,charts to explain the importance of safety precautions on effective road safety awareness about vehicles, defensive driving according to weather and road conditions, use of vehicle lights and horn, wearing seat belts,use of vehicle mirrors, avoiding over-speeding, understanding road lights, maintaining distance of vehicles on road, proper understanding of handling crisis situations.

“Leave sooner, drive slower, live longer.” Road safety is the prevention and protection of road accidents by using all the road safety measures. It is to secure people while traveling on the roads. The students of Grades 7 and 8, of Birla Open Minds International School, Kollur, participated in the comic strip creation on road safety and its importance in our daily lives. The students came up with excellent and creative ideas to create awareness through their informative comic strips. Their creativity idealistically exhibited the theme of “Sadak Suraksha, Jeevan Raksha.”

An Inter-House Puppet Show Competition on Theme: Sadak Suraksha, Jeevan Raksha was held for Grades 9-12. The students demonstrated their creativity through mesmerizing puppet shows on National Road Safety to sensitize their friends and families about road safety.

Students presented their immaculate work by making colourful and meaningful puppets using interesting materials like colour paper, ice cream sticks, cloth, recycled medium, etc. to create stick puppets. Working the edge between entertainment and education, puppets can both teach and persuade. The Puppet shows presented were nothing short of genius as the puppets came to life.


“Folk art is the artistic expression of the people” As a part of Inter House Competition-6, the students of Grade 1 and 2 participated in the “Folk Art Competition”. Students have explored Folk Art by drawing birds, animals & fishes and creatively represented it by using line drawings filled with bright colours, contrasts and patterns. Folk art reflects and encompasses the expressive culture associated with the fields of folklore and cultural heritage.Participating in such art work students develop the reflective mindset to observe ,interpret ,see different perspectives.