Curriculmn & Assessment

The school is to be affiliated with CBSE board , Delhi so the school follows strictly CBSE examination scheme . However the school keeps on doing regular assessment of the students on  broad scale. Regular class test, weekly test monthly test, Assignment, project , activities assessment are its measure parts.
The school curriculum up to class VIII is based on the recommendations of NCERT.

It consists of the given subjects : English, Hindi, Mathematics, Science, Social Science and Sanskrit.

Pre-Primary Curriculum (PG to UKG)

  • Students in the 3 – 5 age group form part of the Pre-Primary programme
  • Learning is made interesting, fun and activity oriented at this level.
  • For young children, opportunities are available to observe, handle a variety of natural and man-made material and hone their inherent virtue of questioning and sharing.
  • Students are encouraged to participate in class activities as singing, drawing and colouring, writing, group games, clay modeling, puzzles and recitation.
  • Poems and stories are dramatized using expressive actions.
  • Focus is on laying foundation for literacy, numeracy & comprehension skills and on reinforcing an innate sense of discovery in everything that is taught.
  • Nature walks and regular educational tours to the Zoos, Museums and Game Parks develop a sense of openness towards the world.

Primary Curriculum( I to V)

  • The -Primary programme consists of Classes I to V. Students belonging to the 6 – 10 age group form part of this stage.
  • Stress at this stage is laid on developing Language, Mathematical and Environmental Awareness.
  • A thematic approach is designed to stimulate the children through various interactive sessions and activities.
  • An extensive use of teaching aids to supplement classroom teaching.
  • Project works in class calls for mass participation. An equal emphasis is laid on developing a strong sense of individuality.
  • Field trips and excursions make learning fun.
  • Use of the newspaper articles, quizzes, crosswords and other learning tools enhance general awareness.

Middle Curriculum( VI to VIII)

  • Having developed the building blocks of education at the Primary level, students are introduced to regiment of formal education system.
  • The streams of learning now take form of disciplines such as Languages, Physical Sciences, and Social Sciences, etc.
  • The emphasis is laid on building up the structured, student-centered and enquiry-based foundation laid at the Primary level.
  • The curriculum is research oriented and learning opportunities are provided through worksheets in the classroom, laboratory time, library time, computer time and small group discussion time.
  • Emphasis is made on group work including story time, lecture demonstrations, large group discussions, conceptual explanations and group goal setting.

Secondary Curriculum( IX to X)

  • These are the board oriented classes and the students need counseling more rather than tradition learning process.
  • The emphasis is laid not merely on information, but also on the learning of academic and practical skills.
  • The specialized program for this level strives to achieve balance between academic excellence and the life outside the realms of scholastic aptitudes.
  • An equal stress is laid on preparing students for the prescribed CBSE syllabus and on preparing the students for the various competitive entrance examinations.
  • Result oriented training is imparted by experienced professionals who target for total development and desired success.
  • The concept of syncro-study has been introduced to reduce stress levels of students. A synchronized study pattern is maintained between the course content of the board examinations and that of the competitive entrance examinations.
  • Students have complete access to the various laboratories and library resources, specially designed for the study and research requirements of the senior level students.

Assessment/Examination Pattern & Marking Scheme

For Class: I to VIII

Structure of Evaluation Particulars
( Breaking of 100 Marks)
Term wise Evaluation / ExaminationFinal Result
(Out of 300 in each subject)
Pre Mid Term
Mid Term
( 100 Marks)

Post Mid Term
( 100 Marks)
Annual Exam
( 100 Marks)
Internal Assessment Marks of top two Class Tests (Weekly) scored by student in regular class0510051030
Assessment of CW & HW Notebooks0505050520
Subject enrichment activities /Project-05-0510
Term End Exam(written)

Written Exam40804080240

Co- scholastic

  • Drawing ( Colouring skill, Drawing of simple figure, cartoon, articles etc)
  • Game &sports
  • Music( Oral & Instrumental)
  • Conversation( English )
  • Discipline(Attendance, Sincerity, Behaviour
  • Values):, Physical hygiene ( Neatness, Uniform, shoes, Nails, hair , overall presentation ]

Grading system

Part – 1 (Scholastic Areas )

[ 8 points scale]

Mark rangeGradeGrade point
32 & belowENeeds Improvement

Part 2 & part 3( Co -scholastic areas  & Discipline)

[ 3 points  Grading scale ]

GradeGrade point rangeGrade point
AOutstanding NIL
BVery GoodNIL

Pass Percentage:

  • Classes up to VIII. As per RTE Bill, no child will be detained upto Class VIII.
  • However it is for a candidate to obtain not less than D grade ( 33%) in a subject to successfully complete the course. A candidates obtaining E1 or E2 in subject(s) has to reappear in II term in the said subject (s) and has to score minimum D grade.
  • Please note :-
    • Minimum of 75% of the attendance is necessary from the beginning of the academic year till the end of February to be eligible for appearing in the Annual Exam and subsequent promotion to the next class.
    • Pupils are required to appear in all the exams including class test/term and term exam/unit tests as scheduled. Students absent for an examination for any reason whatsoever, will not be re-examined. In case of absence due to illness Medical Certificate will be required. Absence for any other reason will not be condoned.
    • If a student misses the annual exam/summative assessments -2 due to illness, the child will appear in the supplementary/re-assessment examination otherwise the child is decide to have failed in the annual examination/summative assessment.
  • Students found using unfair means during the Formative Assessment and Summative Assessments will be marked zero in that subject. These students will not be eligible for any academic awards or school appointments.