Academic Curriculum Details
Our school follows the CBSE curriculum as per the instructions we follow the NCERT book as prescribed by the CBSE, New Delhi.
We refer to inform system of assessment and report cards for classes mention in the school diary as well as on the CBSE website.
PRIMARY (I to V)- The primary school programme develops children s competence in various skills like reading, writing, listening, speaking for language along with many audio visual activities to get fluency and confidence in expression and speaking problem solving to encourage inquiry and exploration long with use of information and technology, the wide range of curricular and co-curricular opportunities offered help in overall development of each and every child it also focus on values, behavior, manners and discipline, regular activities like oration skit and drama improves their communication, ability to express themselves in addition to developing pragmatic skills.
SECONDARY SCHOOL PROGRAMME - The secondary school programme is structured to meet students varied intellectual and development skills needs through continuous evaluation and day to day progress and changes main aim of this programme is developing skills related to writing, reading, speaking critical thinking, stages courage, fostering values and etiquettes, it s develops curiosity among them, scientific ways logics sense of belongingness, love for nation learn they adopt competitive vision, importance of discipline, punctually responsibilities to words society, drama and skits .they study about great personalities so that they can chose right paths in life. They learn to take initiative in most of the activities to acquire knowledge.
CO-CURRICULAR SUBJECT ENRICHMENT ACTIVITIES: These are subject specific activities aimed at enhancing and understanding and skill of the students. These activities are to be carried out throughout the term; however, they should be evaluated at the term-end. Language - Aimed at equipping the learners to develop effective listening and speaking skills.The language teachers may devise their own methods and parameters for assessment of the language. Mathematics - For the activities of Mathematics , practical work and activities in Maths may be undertaken as suggested by NCERT syllabus and textbooks. Science - Practical work and activities in Maths may be undertaken as suggested by NCERT syllabus and textbooks. Social Work - Map or project work and activities in Maths may be undertaken as suggested by NCETR syllabus and textbooks.