Curriculum (Student Corner)

The school offers a wide range of co-curricular activities as an integral part of school curriculum. The students are allotted activities as per their choice or preference out of a given list of activities. Students with potentials for specific areas of Art, Music, Dance or Sports are given additional facilities.

Both teachers and students meet informally in small groups and interact on personal levels.
The monotony of school routine is broken on a day-to-day basis as students are able to express their hidden talents.
Students get opportunities to find out what they are good at and get guidance from the specialist teachers.
Students learn to discover the balance between academics and co-curicular activities.

CCE Corner (Information for Parents)

What is the System?
Continuous and comprehensive evaluation is an education system introduced by Central Board of Secondary Education in India for students' upto tenth grade. The main aim of CCE is to evaluate every aspect of the child during their presence at the school. This is believed to help reduce the pressure on the child during/before examinations as the student will have to sit for multiple tests throughout the year, of which no test or the syllabus covered will be repeated at the end of the year, whatsoever. The CCE method is claimed to bring enormous changes from the traditional chalk and talk method of teaching. The comprehensive component CCE takes care of assessment of all round development of the child's personality. It includes assessment in scholastic and co-scholastic aspect in student's growth. Students will be evaluated both in scholastic and non scholastic areas as per the guidelines & norms of the CBSE.

Objectives of CCE
a) Encourage development of cognitive skills and de-emphasize rote learning.
b) Make the entire education process a student-centric activity.
c) Help develop cognitive, psychomotor and interpersonal skills.
d) Make holistic evaluation an integral part of entire education process.
e) Improve student's accomplishments through regular diagnostics and remedial instructions.
f) Use evaluation to control quality and maintain desired performance.
g) Take decisions about the learner, learning process and learning environment by determining social utility, desirability & effectiveness of the programme.

Salient features of the scheme are:
1. Each academic year has been divided into two terms :
2. Term I —April to September
3. Term II— October to March
4. All the students shall be required to undergo various School based assessments in Co-Scholastic Areas in Classes IX and X.
5. All the students shall also be required to undergo following assessments in Scholastic Areas

Class

I

FA1, FA2.

School based Internal Assessment

 

 

SA1

Question Papers and Marking Scheme supplied by the Board and evaluation carried out by the school.

IX

II

FA3, FA4

School based internal assessment.

SA2

Question Papers and Marking Scheme supplied by the Board and evaluation carried out by the school.

X I FA1, FA2 School based internal assessment.
SA1

Question Papers and Marking Scheme supplied by the Board and evaluation carried out by the school.

    FA3, FA4 School based internal assessment.
X II SA2

The Candidate from different schools affiliated to the Board will be appearing in SA II as per the following approved schemes :
Scheme-1 : : For those who do not wish to move out of the CBSE System after Class X. Question Papers and Marking Scheme supplied by the Board and evaluation carried out by the SA2 school.
Scheme-2 : For those who wish to move out of the CBSE System after Class X i.e. who wish to join institutions/ schools/ Junior Colleges  affiliated to Boards other than the CBSE. Question Papers and Marking Scheme prepared by the Board and evaluation carried out by the Board through External Examiners.

• The syllabus for semester assessments viz SA1 and SA2 shall be based on Term-I and Term-II syllabus respectively for each class.

• The syllabus for SA2 in Class X will be based on Term-II syllabus only. Both the schemes will have same type of Question Papers in terms of design, blue print and difficulty level as per Board's Sample Questions to be made available later on

• There shall be equivalence between both the schemes.

• At the end of Class X, all candidates (irrespective of the type of scheme) shall be issued the same 'Grade Sheet Cum Certificate of Performance' prepared, printed and signed by the Board.