Academic excellence is the backbone of any educational institution, but it is not 'Life and death' situation.
The Council acknowledges that every child is different in aptitude and level of intelligence. Evaluating them on the same platform and same criteria is like undermining their personalities and going against the nature. The Council reputed to be a trend setter, a pioneer in offering the choice of subjects to the students of IX & X classes. Each subject is split into two components. 80% weight age* is given to the theory exam 20% to the internal assessment of Projects.
Total subjects to be opted - 7.
The child can choose the subjects from the available options.
|Subjects||Weight age to Theory *||Weight age to Projects *|
|Group - I|
|2 nd Language||80%||20%|
|Telugu / Hindi|
|History & Civics||80%||20%|
|Group - II|
|( Any Two)|
|Group - III|
These options have reduced the stress on the children and their parents. These options give wider benefits to children who have aptitude for subjects other than Math & Science.
Though the word sounds clichéd, our Projects are different.
The topics for Projects are thoughtfully chosen to allow children to connect the theory they learn with their experience in real life. Importance is given to hand made illustrations, originality in presentation, neatness in work, initiative in collecting information. Children are discouraged from using borrowed material like cut pictures from books or photographs or any expensive material. Projects are evaluated by grading and not marking to prevent the rat race of ‘ topping' in the class.
|I Unit Test||July|
|II Unit Test||August|
III Unit Test
HALF YEARLY EXAMS
IV Unit Test
V Unit Test
For all the subjects: 25% of the average of Unit Tests
25% of the average of Examinations
50% of the Annual Examination.
For Application Subjects: 20% from all the above tests & examinations
40% of the Project work
40% of the Annual Examination
The Performance Record will indicates the following:-
★ Academic Performance
★ Highest in the class
★ Relative position in the class
★ Physical progress
★ Teacher's remarks.
A Kindergarten Child need not write any formal test at any time. The teacher's observation and the child's progress are communicated by a Progress Report at the end of each term, along with the samples of the Child's work. .