Academics : Secondary

Academics : Secondary

The school follows integrated and interlinked curriculum framed on the guidelines provided by the Central Board of Secondary Education for the holistic development of childs personality. It includes assessment in scholastic as well as co-scholastic aspects of childs growth. Scholastic aspects include curricular areas or subject specifies areas, whereas co-scholastic aspects include life skills, co-curricular activities, attitudes and values.




1. Language I : English

2. Language II : Hindi

3. Language III : Japanese / Punjabi / Sanskrit

4. Mathematics

5. General Science

6. Social Science



1. Language I : English

2. Language II : Hindi / Japanese / Punjabi / Sanskrit

3. Mathematics

4. Science

5. General Science

6. Social Science



1. General Knowledge (VI to VIII)

2. Robotics (VI to IX)

3. Information Technology (VI to X)

4. Reasoning (VI to X)



Co-Scholastic areas offer opportunities for the development of imagination, sense of aesthetics, sensitivity and inventiveness all of which are requirements of balanced curriculum and lead to all round development of students. These are taught according to pre-set syllabus. These areas are not formally examined at the end of each term but are graded based on students participation and teachers observations. The areas are:

  • Yoga
  • Gymnastics
  • Table Tennis
  • Badminton
  • Handball
  • Skating
  • Volleyball
  • Kabaddi
  • Kho – Kho
  • Chess
  • Carrom
  • Self-Management
  • Clubs :
    1. Music : Guitar
    2. Rhythm and Percussion
    3. Keyboard and Vocal
    4. Dance: Western Fusion with Bhangra
    5. Indian Folk
    6. Hip – Hop & Robotics
    7. Creative Arts: Mask Making and Paper Mache
    8. Sand Murals and Painting
    9. Namaste Japan
    10. Debate & Declamation
    11. Science
    12. IT



The academic year is divided into two terms. The first term is from April to September and the second term is from October to March.

Evaluation of Scholastic Area will be done through formal assessments as well as through day to day performance in class activities, practical assignments, classwork, homework, projects, quizzes etc.


Periodic Tests:

Each Term has one Periodic Test and Internal Assessment. The Internal Assessment consists of classwork, subject enrichment activities, lab activities, group discussions, home assignments etc. and periodic tests consist of pen and paper test.



  • Mid Term Examination will cover entire syllabus of Term I
  • Annual Examination of Grade VI to VIII will be based on selected portion from Term I (10% for VI, 20% for VII and 40% for VIII) and the entire syllabus of Term II.
  • Annual Examination for Grade IX & X is cumulative in nature and is based on the entire syllabus for the session.
  • A Comprehensive Assessment Report Card in the form of marks, grades and remarks is issued at the end of each term apprising the parents about the childs performance.
  • Students absent at an examination for any reason will not be re-examined.

Schedule of Formal Assessments

Periodic Test I July
Mid – Term Exam September
Periodic Test II December
Annual Exam March



Term I Periodic Test - I 10 Marks
Internal Assesment 10 Marks
Mid Term Examination 80 Marks
Term II Periodic Test - II 10 Marks
Internal Assesment 10 Marks
Annual Examination 80 Marks
Final Assessment: Term I + Term II