The Curriculum is designed so as to strive to:

  1. Provide ample scope for physical, intellectual and social development of students.
  2. Enlist general and specific teaching and assessment objectives.
  3. Uphold Constitutional values such as socialism, secularism, democracy, republican character, justice, liberty, equality, fraternity, human dignity and the unity and integrity of the nation by encouraging values-based learning activities.
  4. Nurture life-skills by prescribing curricular and co-curricular activities to help improve self-esteem, empathy towards others and different cultures, etc.
  5. Integrate innovations in pedagogy, knowledge and application, such as human sciences with technological innovations to keep pace with the global trends in various disciplines.
  6. Promote inclusive education by providing equal opportunities to all students.
  7. Integrate environmental education in various disciplines, for classes I-XII.
  8. Equally emphasise co-scholastic areas of Art Education and Health & Physical Education.

OBJECTIVES OF THE CURRICULUM

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The Curriculum aims to:

  1. Achieve cognitive, affective and psychomotor excellence.
  2. Enhance self-awareness and explore innate potential.
  3. Promote Life Skills’ goal setting, decision making and lifelong learning.
  4. Inculcate values & foster cultural learning and international understanding in an interdependent society.
  5. Acquire the ability to utilise technology and information for the betterment of humankind.
  6. Strengthen knowledge and attitude related to livelihood skills.
  7. Develop the ability to appreciate art and showcase talents.
  8. Promote physical fitness, health and well-being.

SUBJECTS

CLASS IX

S. NO.  SUBJECT
1 English
2 Hindi
3 Mathematics
4 Science (Physics, Chemistry, Biology)
5 Social Science (History, Economics, Geography, Political Science)
6 Computer Science
7 General Knowledge
8 Physical Training & Games
9 Library
10 Club Activity
11 House Activity

CLASS X

S. NO. SUBJECT
1 English
2 Hindi
3 Mathematics
4 Science (Physics, Chemistry, Biology)
5 Social Science (History, Economics, Geography, Political Science)
6 Computer Science
7 House Activity
8 Physical Training & Games
9 Library
For children with special needs FIT
Home Science
Painting

CLASS XI (SCIENCE / COMMERCE / HUMANITIES)

S. NO. SUBJECT
1 English
2 Mathematics
3 Physics
4 Chemistry
5 Psychology
6 Biology
7 Computer Science
8 Economics
9 Accountancy
10 Business Studies
11 Home Science
12 Political Science
14 History
16 General Studies
17 Physical Education
18 Library
19 House Activity

XII (SCIENCE / COMMERCE / HUMANITIES)

S. NO. SUBJECT
1 English
2 Mathematics
3 Physics
4 Chemistry
6 Biology
7 Computer Science
8 Economics
9 Accountancy
10 Business Studies
11 Psychology
12 Mass Media Studies
13 Political Science
14 History
15 Dance
16 Music (Hindustani Vocal)
17 Home Science
18 Multimedia & Web Technology
19 General Studies
20 Physical Education
21 Library

CO-SCHOLASTIC AREAS:

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It is a well-known fact that only a healthy child can learn effectively and good health status leads to better learning. Many other activities are necessary for development of the affective and psychomotor domain. Those activities like games and sport, art and music, craft work etc. are termed as co-scholastic activities. Instead of co-curricular activities, the term co-scholastic activities are used as both cognitive and non-cognitive development can take place by exposing the child to the lesson on scholastic subjects and non-scholastic subjects. General Studies, Health & Physical Education, Yoga, Traditional Games, Indigenous Sports, Martial Arts, etc. is an integral part of the curriculum and is in the routine of the school for the holistic development of children.

TEACHING LEARNING STRATEGIES:

  • Focus on making classroom sessions interactive and learning an enjoyable process.
  • Employing techniques like:
    • Group Work
    • Project Work
    • Class Room Discussion
    • Practical (In Science & Maths)
    • Using audio-visual aids like computers, tape recorders, LCD projectors, OHPs, etc.

SKILLS:

  • Developing love for knowledge.
  • Focusing on mathematical skills, language skills and scientific skills.
  • Academic performances as well as developing skills like theatre, dance, music, etc.
  • Developing social grace and public speaking skills among students.

VALUE BASED EDUCATION:

  • Values integrated into main stream teaching.
  • Part of day-to-day curriculum through work experience and club related activities.
  • By admitting students from under privileged section increases patience and tolerance among others.

EVALUATION AND ASSESSMENT

  • The CBSE guidelines are adhered to in classes IX, X, XI and XII.
  • As and when changes notified by CBSE, are carried out.
  • In Class IX, only grades are given as per CCE.
  • Class XI students are given both marks and grades.
  • For final promotion in Class IX, 50% weightage of First Term and 50% weightage of Second Term are taken into account.
  • For final promotion, Class XI – 40% weightage of First Term and 60% weightage of Second Term are taken into account.