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ACADEMICS AND CURRICULUM

Affiliation

Eklavya School is Affiliated to the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE), New Delhi. Well know as ICSE board. The ICSE aims to provide a broader and more liberal education. The Council conducts two Public Examinations - the Indian Certificate of Secondary Education (ICSE) at the end of Standard X, and subsequently, The Indian School Certificate examination (ISC) at the end of standard XII.

Subject offered by Eklavya

Class 9 & 10

  1. English - Literature, Language
  2. Hindi - Literature, Language
  3. SS - History & Civics, Geography
  4. Environmental Studies
  5. Math
  6. Science - Physics, Chemistry, Biology
  7. 1 out of  - Economic Applications, Computer Application, & Art

Class 11 & 12

SCIENCE

COMM.

ART

English

SUPW

Environmental Studies

English

SUPW

Environmental Studies

English

SUPW

Environmental Studies

Physics

Chemistry

Math / Psychology

Accountancy

Commerce

Economics

Geography

Psychology

Economics

Economics / Biology

Biology / Math

Art

Math

Business Studies

 

History

Math

Art

Biology

 

The Council also offers a wide range of subjects such as Commercial studies, Physical Education, Music, Art etc. for students to choose any 5 areas, based on their interest or aptitude or even ambition - at the class IX level itself, which no other Secondary Board or Council in India is offering. Moreover, the ICSE (Class X) certificate is recognized for Higher Secondary (pre-university) studies in U.K and Australia, apart from Boards of Intermediate Education & Universities all over India.

 

Methodology

Eklavya School adopts a mix of methodologies to make the process of learning more effective and fun filled. Learning is not just limited to classroom teaching, but uses a wide array of methods. These include textbooks, audio-visual material, worksheets, CD-ROM’s and the Internet, projects as well as educational visits and lots of hands on experience. The school invites experts (including parents) to speak to the children on their areas of work.

Learning goes much beyond the ‘chalk and talk method’. One of the ways of reinforcing and evaluating math concepts learnt in grade 2 is to take them to the supermarket wherein they have to buy a list of items required amounting to Rs. 50. It’s a joy to see them read prices and analyze whether it would fit into their budget, wondering whether to add three items costing the same or multiply.

 

An Interesting Class Discussion

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