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The Nalanda International School buildings are a combination of exposed brick and natural mortar. They are designed around large open Courtyards, a Bell Tower, wide verandahs and cross-ventilated classrooms.

The Central Courtyard in Junior School

The central courtyard in Junior School

The School's Arch

The School's welcoming arch.

Junior School's Friendly Corridors



We’re all looking for the best schooling options for our children. Now Nalanda International School, follow ICSE and ISC (10+2) (Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations), New Delhi, Syllabi.

"Since its inception in June 2004, the school is growing in phases and has added one class each year. From the academic year 2011-'12, it offers Nursery to Class 12."

Nalanda International School takes its name and inspiration from the famous Nalanda, the world’s first University in North India with 2000 teachers and 10,000 students from all over South Asia. The School's architect Brinda Somaya has used exposed brick and an environment friendly design which has won international recognition (the LEAF - Leading European Architect's Award in 2006) to inform the architecture of the School. 

Nalanda International School is situated on a picturesque 25-acre campus at Sevasi-Mahapura Road, Vadodara, only 8 kms from Alkapuri, the heart of the city. School buses ferry children to and from the school. 

Nalanda International School has been established by the Nalanda Knowledge Foundation, a registered, not-for-profit organization which professionally manages the School.

School Buses lined up at the school

The Pre-School

            The Junior School

The Bell Tower

Landscaping around the School

The Middle School


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