Pre- primary –Level 1,2,3 (Following ECCE module –Early Childhood Care Education)
ECCE is a preparation for primary school. It aims at the holistic development of a child’s social, emotional, cognitive and physical needs in order to build a solid and broad foundation for lifelong learning and well-being.
- Physical Education
- Art & Craft
- Monthly Theme wise- Special Assembly (Off line)
- Shining Stars_Skills n Thrills (Online)
- Talent Hunts (Smart Hats)
- Events and Celebrations
- Parental Engagement Programme
- NCFE Connect
- STP Programme (Student Teacher Parent)
- Workshop for parents
- CCTV cameras are installed in the school premises
- Security at each gate, recording of visitors
- Infirmary with a trained Nurse (Only first aid is monitored at school)
- Maids stationed at the restrooms- periodic cleaning
- Maids in each class
- Maids to supervise-assist during activity class
- Teachers attend Fire Safety Workshops regularly
Yes, we have SEN Programme (Special Educational Needs)
Yes, there are female attenders in the school bus
Yes, the child should be toilet trained and should be able to convey the teacher and maid if needed
Entry level for NCFE starts from Pre-primary, Level 1
Pre-primary, Level 1 (2 Years 7 Months to 3 Years) (calendared year)
There is an entrance exam for classes III and above for English, Mathematics & Second Language
Maximum strength per class is 35 – 40 (from Class I)
The total strength of the school from Grade I – Grade XII is 2300
We have classes up to XII
- Physical Education
- Art & Craft
- Monthly Theme wise- Special Assembly
- Talent Hunt
- Conversation Classes
- Table Tennis
- Basket Ball
- Throw ball
- Volley ball
- Foot ball
The second languages offered for Grade I – Grade X Std are Hindi, Kannada & Sanskrit
- The III languages offered are Hindi, Sanskrit, French & Kannada
- The III languages are applicable from V Std to VIII std. No changes of language will be permitted
- Hindi is a mandated language
We have a trained nurse, Medical Room and basic first aid facilities on campus
- Grade X – 7 Batches
- Grade XII – 5 Batches
- PCMB : Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics & Biology
- PCMC : Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics & Computer Science
- ABEE : Accountancy, Business Studies, Economics & Entrepreneurship
- ABEI : Accountancy, Business Studies, Economics & Informatics Practice
Language: English Core (common for all the stream)
- • English, II Language, Mathematics, Science & Social Studies
- • There will be no third language
- a student who has passed class IX
- is migrating from/ within one city/ state to another only on the transfer of the parent(s) or shifting of his/her family from one place to another.
- Progress report card of the previous class.
- Transfer/school Leaving Certificate duly countersigned by the Educational Authorities in respect of State / other than CBSE.
- Transfer/Movement Order of the parent(s) in respect of transfer or proof of new residence in respect of shifting of the family from one place to another.
- Rule – 7.3 of Examination Bye-Laws, please refer to the link CBSE Website > Public Portal > Examinations > Examination Bye-Laws (Updated up to January 2013)
- At least 75% attendance in an academic session is required to be eligible to appear for the classes IX, X, XI & XII examination Studies
- Candidates taking up a subject(s) involving practical examination are also required to have put in at least 75% of the total attendance for practical work in the subject in the laboratory. In respect of students participating in Sports at National level organized by recognized Federations / CBSE / School Games Federation of India (SGFI), the required percentage of attendance is 60%. Such candidates taking up a subject(s) involving practical examination are also required to have put in at least 60% of the total attendance for practical work in the subject in the laboratory
- In accordance with rule 14 of Examination Bye-laws Shortage up to 15% only can be condoned by the Chairman in respect of those students appearing for the Secondary Examinations conducted by the Board and Senior School Certificate Examination. Cases of candidates with attendance below 60% in class X or class XII, appearing for the Board’s examinations, as the case may be, shall be considered for condonation of shortage of attendance by the Chairman only in exceptional circumstances created on medical grounds, such as candidate suffering from serious diseases like cancer, AIDS, TB or similar serious diseases requiring long
Students from PP- Grade 12 are allowed to ride the bus.
Only the school’s transport Manager will be able to contact either or drivers are not available by phone while driving the scheduled routes, however, the care taker can be contacted in case of an emergency.
It is possible only if the pick up and drop off will need to remain constant and if the seats are available on the required route.
The student’s parents can pick up their ward provided the Transport Manager is informed.
The school will liaise with the bus services to accommodate changes in timings as officially requested by the school, provided all buses leave at the same time.
School transport will be unavailable during PTM days.
The school will inform the parents through the circular notice platform.
At the beginning of the school year for a new academic session. (June).
No, there is no sibling discount for School bus services.
The transport fee will not be refunded after 15 days of usage.
There will be a waiting period of 5-7minutes based on the traffic in every route or stop. The best solution would be to be in touch with a parent who travels the same route and coordinate the arrival of the bus. This is keeping in mind the need to be sensitive to the bus driver and avoid disturbing him during his drive.
The bus will accommodate the children based on the number of seats available.
The students availing transport as per the route will be on the bus. Sometimes we may not have the bus in full capacity as the route may have fewer students who have availed for transport. While we try to club them with other routes, at times this may lead to a longer drive for students.
You would need to be able to drop the student to the nearest pick up point of the school bus and likewise pickup your ward at the closest drop -off point of the bus.
Yes, as long as the same pick up and drop off is maintained consistently. (answered in Q3)
The transport Manager and the Principal.
The caretaker would have handed over the item to the Transport Manager.
It is provided in the appropriate seats.
Traffic snarls lead to delay.
Yes, the system is in the process of being developed.
No. Eating and drinking is not permitted on vehicles. If your ward has a medical condition which means they must eat regularly you must notify the School team/medical needs team of this in advance of the journey.