Curricular Activities


1)      No student from a school affiliated to the Board shall be eligible to take the  School Certificate Examinations conducted by the Board unless he has completed 75% of attendance counted from the opening of class X/XII up to the first of the month preceding the month in which the examination commences in the subject of internal assessment. Also, no student from a school affiliated to the Board shall be eligible to take the class IX/X/XI examination conducted by the School unless he has completed 75% of attendance in class IX/X/XI in the subject of internal assessment.


  1. At the  School Examination assessment of subject under Scholastic Area A shall be in numerical scores to concerted to Grades on a nine-point scale which shall be indicated in the Statement of subject-wise Performance/Certificate of school-based Assessment. Assessment subjects under Scholastic Area B shall also be in grades, as per the scheme of studies.

  2. The qualifying grade in each subject under Scholastic Area A shall be a minimum Grade D

  3. The student will be assessed in the subject under Scholastic Area A using the conventional numerical marking and later converted into the grades and the same be awarded.

Cumulative grade point average (CGPA) would also be reflected in the Statement of Subject wise performance

Note: Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) is the average of Grade Point obtained in all subjects excluding the 6th additional subject as per Scheme of Studies. Grade point percentage of marks can be assessed as under:

  • Subject wise indicative percentage of marks = 9.5 x GP of the subject

  • Overall indicative percentage of marks = 9.5 x CGPA

  1. An examination is conducted in two terms each term includes two formatives and one summative (FA1, FA2, SA1) + (FA3, FA4, SA2)

  2. (a) Formative includes: Activities, project, class test (oral and written) quiz, seminars, debate, etc along with U.Ts

(b) Summative is a pen-paper test at the end of each term.

Note – Detail provided in the respective class syllabus

  1. The final assessment is done on the basis of the performance of the whole year.

  2. National level test (optional)

(a) National talent test and Olympiads are organized yearly (certificate/gifts and scholarship are provided)

  1. Scholarship

(a) Monthly tuition fee is waived as scholarship for a year for class toppers (school provides)

(b) Rs. Five hundred from 10th onwards, if qualify NTSE, provided by NCERT

(c) Rs. Five hundred, yearly for punctuality (attendance above 95%) and sincerity and discipline

  1. Mementos, certificates, Medals (for)

(a) Academic-for class toppers

(b) Punctuality attendance, sincerity

(c) First rank holder game and sports

(d) Co-curricular activity – toppers of inter-house competition (held during session) for debate, declamation, speech, creative writing, painting, singing, etc.

(e) best boy/best girl of the school (performance depends on academic as well as discipline, and devotion to the school and fluency of English)

 (f) Shield for winner House (House coordinator, House in charge, all teachers, and house captain).

  1. Club-School is divided into five clubs (Class fifth on the ward)

(a) Science club

(b) Math’s club

(c) English club

(d) Hindi club

(e) Computer club, (writing poem, article, preparing a paper for a seminar, a project of science and maths, etc.

  1. House activities:- a well-planned house system under proper guidance to take an active part in co-curricular activities, to train in personal responsibilities.

Four houses- under Housemaster/in-charge House teachers and one house captain. Each house has four groups-tiny-tots, sub-junior, junior, and senior weekly house meetings and monthly house competitions are held regularly.

  1. School magazine – Annual school magazine to provide a wider scope for children to express their views, thought, creativity and build up confidence and to explore the self-under the proper guidance of principal, editor (Academic in charge) sub Editor, students editor, students sub-editors and concerned subject teachers as well as class teachers.

  2. Cultural activities – Dance classes, music, drama, singing, competition, under the proper guidance of skilled teachers.

  3. Remedial classes for needed students

  4. Extra classes for moral teaching and awareness

  5. Excursion – school trips, yearly outing is organized

  6. Interschool – competition is organized from time to time. Special Kota classes for AIPMT, JEE, NDA, NTSE from 9th to 12th