Syllabus

Standard I-V

English, Mathematics, Science/ EVS, Social Studies,Hindi, Malayalam, Computer Science, Physical & Health Education, Art Education, Value Education and G.K.

Standard VI-VIII

English, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies,Hindi, Malayalam, Computer Science, Physical & Health Education, Art Education, Value Education and G.K

Standard IX-X

English, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies,Hindi/Malayalam , Computer Science, Physical & Health Education, Art Education, Value Education and Work Education

School Houres

MORNING SESSION
Time Period
09.05 AM First Bell(Teacher’s prayer)
09.10 AM 2nd Bell
09.20 AM 3rd Bell (Assembly/ Prayer)
09.20 AM-10.15 AM I period
10.15 AM-11.00 AM II Period
11.00 AM-11.10 AM Break
11.10 AM-11.55 AM III Period
11.55 AM-12.35 PM IV Period
12.35 PM-01.10 PM Lunch Break
AFTER NOON SESSION
01.10 PM-01.55 PM V Period
01.55 PM-02.35 PM VI Period
02.35 PM-02.45 PM Break
02.45 PM-03.25 PM VII Period
03.25 PM-03.30 PM National Anthem

Exam

CBSE Exam Pattern 2020 with a detailed explanation for Class 1 to 10, 11, 12.

This section is all about CBSE Exam Pattern 2020 for all classes from 1 to 12. Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) made some changes in the exam pattern this year for Classes 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th

Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) made some major changes in Class 10 and Class 12 Board Examination Pattern. Here are the important changes introduced by the CBSE 2020 Board for Class 10, 12 Exams.

Changes for CBSE 2020 Exam for Class 10th

  • According to the new exam pattern, CBSE introduced Internal assessments and practical exams for all subjects.
  • Students will discover 33% internal choice in every section of the question paper.
  • In the modified CBSE Exam Pattern 2020 for Class 10, 25% of MCQ Questions will be seen in all subjects theory papers.
  • All the subjects will have two papers, internal assessment, and theory paper. The Internal exam will be of 20 marks and 80 marks for the written exam.
  • Students who have qualified in internal assessments will be permitted to take their 2020 Board Exams.
  • So, students need to focus on CBSE Class 10 Exam Syllabus 2020 and should complete their preparation before internal exams.
  • Two-Level Mathematics for Class 10 students in their CBSE 2020 Board Exams i.e., Standard and Basic Math.

Changes of CBSE 2020 Exam for Class 12th

  • This year, students will find 25% multiple type questions (MCQs) in their Class 12th CBSE Board Paper 2020.
  • Enhanced no.of internal choices in various questions. Students should obtain 33% marks in both practical & theory papers to pass the examinations.
  • Added Internal Assessments in all subjects for Class 12 CBSE Board Exams 2020.
  • As per the new pattern, CBSE board paper carries 80% marks and internal assessment carries 20% marks.
  • Assessment for Speaking and Listening (ASL) will be conducted as an internal assessment for English Subject and it carries 20% marks.
  • If students qualified in the internal exams then only they can be permitted to theory exams.
  • CBSE board also removed a few chapters from CBSE Class 12 Chemistry & Physics Syllabus for academic session 2019-2020.

Clubs & Associations

Science Club

science club is a new mentor based after school programe for underserved school youth. It is designed to address the gaps described above by connecting in school and out-of-school learning. Through weekly in quiry based small group instruction in a dedicated laboratory setting at a boys and girls club, by this students build authentic science skills and receive the support of mentors.

Social Science Club

Social science club is a student club which aims at making children capable of becoming responsible, productive and useful members of the society.The activities focus on-Patriotism,Discipline, Understanding historical culture.It values Social harmony, brotherhood and humanity. Through times it became an integral part of co-carricular activities

  • It will create interest and makes the students active in the subject.
  • It will encourage intellectual curiosity amoung the students.
  • It will provide practical knowledge of the subject.
  • It will create power of thinking & fosters imagination and creativity amoung the students
  • Club activities inculcate various democratic values and qualities.

Literature Club

The Literature club is a place where students can meet teachers to read and write. The Literature club has been an ongoing and active club for several years. Literature club is more than just a club for reading and writing; it is also a place where students can come to share their insights on various topics. We welcome anyone and everyone with a passion for writing, reading and creativity.

Co-Carricular Activities

School Band

Students who participate in music courses exercise more of their brain than in any other course they take in school. Band reinforces the skills of cooperation which are among the qualities now most highly valued in business and industry, especially in high-tech contexts.

Balajanasakhyam

Schooling is complete only when its focus is widened from just acquiring knowledge to include development of character, emotional and social maturity, and life experiences and above all, attaining wisdom. Balajanasakhyam help to bring out the helping mentality and care towards fellow beings of the students.

Yoga

Yoga helps children see the beauty and light within themselves, thereby boosting their self-confidence, allowing them to feel more comfortable with their bodies, and helping them get in touch with who they are inside. A child who learns yoga, mindfulness and relaxation will be developing essential skills for a lifetime of health and wellness in mind, body and spirit.

Value Education

We imbibe in our students human excellence. Success lies in interdependence, co-existence, acceptance, tolerance, sharing and caring among members of the civic society. Young minds are sensitized to environmental concerns, nationalism and communal harmony.

]We are equally committed to be helpful to all strata of the society. Special efforts are made through resource centres for children of under-represented and less privileged segments of the population.

We are proud of our speciality in “fusional” learning – where in the modern technology joins hands with the “Panchanga Shikshan”, a culture of ancient philosophies which marks a distinct feature of our school.Distinction and diversity are the twin hallmarks of our philosophy, educational system and our achievements.