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Besides strictly adhering to the norms laid down by the CBSE and following its directives, the curriculum of the school is so organized that children are stimulated, encouraged and challenged to develop their individual potential and personality to the brim. Through a well-planned and organized curriculum, effectively taught by qualified and enthusiastic teachers, pupils are helped to:

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Gain joy and commitment to learning that will last a lifetime.
>> Develop the essential literacy and numeracy skills they need to learn.
>> Develop the right attitude, understanding and skills to become successful, independent learners.
>> Foster creativity
>> Develop lively enquiring minds
>> Develop personal values, qualities and attitudes and be respectful to other people and their views and opinions.
>> Develop appreciation and concern for the environment
>> Work cooperatively with others.
>> A mix of black board and Smart class

Our curriculum is designed to reflect our aims and to meet the requirements of the C.B.S.E. curriculum and other government guidelines. The core and foundation subjects of the C.B.S.E., along with cross curricular themes such as environmental and economic awareness are thus integrated into a coherent whole.

Since English is the medium of instruction, it will be enforced as the campus language. A uniform system of handwriting style will be followed through all the classes.

M-KIDZ Assessment (Nursery, LKG, UKG)

To promote 'Easy Learning Greater Assimilation', students of M-KIDZ will undertake Continuous Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE) as per the norms prevailing.

There will be Four cycle tests, Mid-Term and Final Term. Scheduled Weekly Tests comprise of four (4) 'Cycle Test' series for Nursery, LKG and UKG (M-KIDZ). Besides, the 'Tiny Ones' will be assessed on their day to day performance covering a range of parameters based on Activities, Projects, Parent Co-operation, Regularity, Values, Dress, Hygiene and Competitions.

CLASSES I to X

CBSE has implemented the scheme of CCE (Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation) in classes I-X. The CCE pattern is for a holistic profile of the learner through evaluation of both (I) Scholastic (II) Co-scholastic areas spread over two terms for each academic year.

(I) Scholastic Assessment: Four Formative & Two Summative Assessments
       Formative Assessment: Diagnostic and remedial assessment through written tests / class work / interactive sessions / quizes / oral tests / projects / assignments / OBTA / PSA (class IX / X) or Practical.
       Summative assessments: SA-1 & SA-2 Exams to be conducted by the School internally till class VIII. Question Paper for Classes IX & X will come directly from CBSE.

(II) Co-Scholastic Evaluation Co scholastic areas like life skills, attitudes and values, participation and achievements in activities involving literacy, creative, and aesthetic skills and performing Arts, Health and Physical Education will also be evaluated.

Rules for Assessment
1. A minimum attendance record of 90% of the total number of working days in each term/unit is compulsory. In the eventuality a student misses classes due to health reasons the school will have the sole discretion in deciding a waiver, if any. But, even on medical grounds absence beyond 20% of working days will not be accepted.
2. There is no provision for reassessing students, who remain absent on the day of the assessment, or those who have failed in one or more subjects. Request for change in assessment dates or timings will not be entertained.
3. Unfair Means: Students found using any unfair means during any of the assessments, will be given awarded Zero in that subject. Parents and the concerned student will be summoned and asked to provide an explanation. A repeat of such action in future will result in the prompt issue of a Transfer Certificate, without notice.
4. The answer scripts of the assessment will be distributed to students after evaluation within 10 days of the date of the exams. Errors in evaluation, such as mistakes in totaling, unmarked answers, etc., must be brought to the notice of the concerned teachers on the same day itself.
5. Requests for the issue of Progress Report before the declaration of results will not be entertained.
6. To be eligible for promotion, a student must secure a passing grade / mark in each subject and in both scholastic and co-scholastic areas in the overall performance of the whole year.
7. In matters of promotion and detention, the decision of the Principal will be final.
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