Senior Secondary

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Teaching Methodology Classes XI-XII

Smartboards (E-Books), PPTS; ICT based learning techniques, regular use of LCD-Projectors:Smart Boards are used exhaustively across all classes. PPTs and other instructional softwaresenables the teachers to deliver their lectures effectively. 

Experiential Learning through Labs: ATAL TINCKERING LAB and Robotics Clubs enables the students to indulge in experiential learning 

Field trips: To expose the students to the practical aspects of the concepts taught in class, they are taken on frequent field trips. 

Inquiry based learning: Students are given ample opportunity to brainstorm and develop a reasoning and research based attitude to foster the stimulation of their minds. 

Student Seminars and Workshops: Workshops and Seminars are a regular feature for guiding the students for further studies or career. 

Periodic Evaluation through Internal tests and then remediation: 

Group Discussion and Brain Storming: Teachers not merely deliver the lessons,but keenly involve the students in meaningful interactions and discussions leading to development of skills like independent thinking , decision making , critical analysis, logical thinking, to name a few. 

Mind Mapping: Mind maps and timelines are developed for every Chapter so that the students get a bird’s eye view of all the concepts pertaining to a particular chapter at a single glance. 

Open Door for classes VIII and IX: In order to complement the teaching –learning process, projects like ‘Open Door’ have been made part of the curriculum. 

Flip Methodology for Lectures. 

Role Play, Scene Enactment, Plays etc.: Literature Content is effectively delivered by means of role play. 

Peer teaching: Conducting group activities within the class not only creates a spirit of cooperation but also helps the teachers in using the ‘Peer Pressure’ in a very positive way. 

Games- puzzle solving, scrabble etc.: Learning is made fun by introducing games like scrabble and puzzles etc in the teaching methodology. 

Collaborative Learning Projects: To foster the team spirit and cooperation, collaborative learning projects are given that further make the learning better and more fun. 

Real World Teaching: Real life situations given to make it easy to understand the application. 

 

Streams and subjects offered for Classes +1 and +2

MEDICAL

  • Compulsory Subjects
  • Physics (Code 042)
  • Chemistry (Code 043)
  • Biology (Code 044)
  • English Core (Code 301)

 

  • Optional subjects
  • Physical education (Code 048)
  • Music (Vocal) (Code 034)

 

NON MEDICAL

  • Compulsory Subjects
  • Mathematics (Code 041)
  • Physics (Code 042)
  • Chemistry (Code 043)
  • English Core (Code 301)

 

  • Optional Subjects
  • Physical education (Code 048)
  • Music (Vocal) (Code 034)

 

COMMERCE

  • Compulsory subjects
  • Economics (Code 030)
  • Business Studies (Code 054)
  • Accountancy (Code 055)
  • English Core (Code 301)

 

  • Optional Subjects
  • Mathematics (Code 041)
  • Physical Education (Code 048)
  • Music Vocal (Code 034)

 

HUMANITIES

  • Compulsory Subjects
  • English (Code 301)
  • Physical Education(048) / Mathematics(041) / Music (Vocal) {Any One}
  • Economics(030)/Pol Science(028) {Any One}
  • Sociology(039) / Legal studies(074) {Any One}
  • Mass Media / Psychology(037) / {Fine Arts (Painting 049}

 

Examination Policy for Classes XI :

  • Unit I – 30 marks (July)
  • Unit II – 50 marks (December)
  • Term I – 30/70/80 Marks Theory & Practical  (September)
  • Pre-finals – 30/70/80 Marks (January) Full Syllabus
  • Term-II/Finals – 30/70/80 Marks Theory & Practical (February)
  • As per CBSE norms it is mandatory to pass in Theory and Practical Exams, separately
  • Final Result (Term -1) 50% + (Term – 2) 50%

Note- Syllabus to be completed by 10th December.

 

Examination Policy for Class XII:

  • Unit I – 30 marks (May)
  • Unit II – 50 marks (July)
  • Term I – 30/70/80 Marks Theory & Practical(September)
  • Pre-Board -1 – 30/70/80 Marks Theory & Practical (December) Full Syllabus
  • Pre-Board -2 – 30/70/80 Marks Theory & Practical (January) Full Syllabus
  • As per CBSE norms it is mandatory to pass in Theory and Practical Exams, separately

Note- Syllabus to be completed by 10th November


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