New Education Policy

Education Structure Followed as per Government guidelines.

Extant 10+2 structure in school education is modified with a new pedagogical and curricular restructuring of 5+3+3+4 covering ages 3-18

National Council Of Educational Research And Training(NCERT) Curriculum is the apex curriculum framing body and books so prescribed is used for uniformity of syllabus and standards.-supported by State Council Of Education Research And Training (SCERT)

Curriculum and 5+3+3+4 structure

First 5 years: Nursery,LKG,UKG,I Std. and II Std.

The Foundational Stage consists of five years of flexible, multilevel, play/activity-based learning and the curriculum and pedagogy of Early child Care Education (ECCE )

Second 3 years: III,IV,V Std.

The Preparatory Stage comprises three years of education building on the play, discovery, and activity-based pedagogical and curricular style of the Foundational Stage, and will also begin to incorporate some light text books as well as aspects of more formal but interactive classroom learning, in order to lay a solid groundwork across subjects, including reading, writing, speaking, physical education, art, languages, science, and mathematics.

Third 3 years: VI,V II,VIII Std.

The Middle Stage will comprise three years of education, building on the pedagogical and curricular style of the Preparatory Stage, but with the introduction of subject teachers for learning and discussion of the more abstract concepts in each subject that students will be ready for at this stage across the sciences, mathematics, arts, social sciences, and humanities. Experiential learning within each subject, and explorations of relations among different subjects, will be encouraged and emphasized despite the introduction of more specialized subjects and subject teachers.

Fourth 4 years: IX,X,XI,XII Std.

The Secondary Stage will comprise of four years of multidisciplinary study, building on the subject-oriented pedagogical and curricular style of the Middle Stage, but with greater depth, greater critical thinking, greater attention to life aspirations, and greater flexibility and student choice of subjects. In particular students would continue to have the option of exiting after Grade 10 and re-entering in the next phase to pursue vocational or any other courses available in Grades 11-12, including at a more specialized school, if so desired.