1.  Value based
2.  Enjoyable, interactive, co-operative learning.
3.  Creative, innovative and integrated
4.  Stress on Literacy and Numeracy in the Junior classes
5.  A number of co-curricular activities
6.  Inquiry based projects
1.   Informal Assessment class V
2.   Reducing emphasis on rote learning
3.   Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation
4.   Grading system
1.   CCE - VI to X (Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation)
2.   XI & XII - Class tests, Unit tests, Half yearly, Annuals, 2 Practice Boards for XII
3.   Due weightage to the periodical assessments

1.  There are no exams for L.K.G. & U.K.G children. The evaluation will be done on the basis of monthly assessment and overall performance of the child (written, oral, recognition & colouring.)

1.   There are 4 cycle tests during the academic year.
2.   Evaluation is a continuous process and is done on the basis of overall performance.
3.   Credit and weightage is also be given for assignments, projects and home tasks.
4.   The final evaluation is on the grades system.

1.   CCE - VI to X (Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation)

CLASS XI-XII (Following CBSE pattern)
1.   XI & XII - Class tests, Unit tests, Half yearly, Annuals, 2 Practice Boards for XII

Advice to parents

In our Endeavour to achieve the ultimate aim of imparting the children’s academic, spiritual and physical strength, we seek your benign Co-operation in some fields. Our utmost desire is to develop is to develop in your child the ability to face the new challenges and competition of the world.
The over all Development of a child mainly depends on the environment at school and home. Children get inspirations from their parents and teachers and try to copy their characters. In this gigantic task of child Development we earnestly seek your involvement in the day to day activities of your child. You should take proper interest in the school activities of your ward by having a regular look at the school diary, report card and the remarks given by the teachers. Please ensure that your ward is punctual in the school and is regularly doing the home work. Ir-regular attendance, disobedience, misconduct or bad moral influences which are detrimental can invite serious action against the child.
1.  While the utmost will be done in the school to provide ‘quality education’, your wards will need your encouragement and support.
2.   Since all subjects, except Hindi & Punjabi will be taught in English, it will help if some amount of conversation in English is made at home. Also encourage your wards to watch the news bulletins, as well as read books in simple English.
3.   Check your ward’s work in the school each evening and the requirement of home work assignments, projects or any other item from the Student’s Diary.
4.   More important than all these, let your wards know that you care for their education, through providing them some time and attention each day.

Understanding different religions and the basic elements underlying them, lays the foundation for a good human being. Such understanding must be imported at an early age. Keeping this in view our school has introduced “Divinity” as a compulsory part of our curriculum. This subject is taught to make children strong in spirit and mind to face the negative values of the materialistic world.
School was fortunate enough to witness 300th year of martyrdom of Sabizadas of Guru program named SAKA SARHAND. It revealed the determination and willpower of Chhotte Sahibzadas and how they followed the saying of Guru Teg Bahadur Ji “Sis Jaye par Siddak Na jaye.” Through this religious enactment the school aimed at letting the children know about the sacrifices and heroic Sikh history through the voice of students itself. Students gave a message that age is no bar for any sacrifices or valiant deed. Management released the C.D. to present a tribute on 300th year of Shahidi purab.
Langar is prepared and organised by the students with active participation of the parents to celebrate the Birthday of Guru Gobind Singh Ji.

1.   There will be no exam for the LKG AND UKG children. The evaluation will be done on the basis of monthly, assessment and overall performance of the child (written, oral recognition and colouring).
2.   Monthly Assessment will be carried out from the 20th of each month.
3.   Progress Report Card will be given twice a year in September and March as our evaluation is divided in two terms.

First Term - April to September
Second Term - October to March
54.5-60 A1 9.5-10 A1
48.5-54 A2 8.5-9 A2
42.5-48 B1 7.5-8 B1
36.5-42 B2 6.5-7 B2
36.5-42 B2 6.5-7 B2
30.5-36 C1 5.5-6 C1
24.5-30 C2 4.5-5 C2
18.5-24 D 3.5-4 D

(Classes I to V)
There will be three assessment schedules throughout the session. The objective of these Assimilated is to monitor a child's level of development without comparing it with others. Through continuous evaluation, a comprehensive profile of his/her performance is Assessment and conveyed to the parents at least thrice a year.
The assessment is recorded in the form of 'Grade instead of 'Percentage to eliminate the negative factor inherent in ranking system.
1.   Assessment will comprise of both Scholastic and Co-scholastic areas.
2.   Assessment will be held throughout the year regularly. i.e.-project work, activities, group discussions, recitations etc.
3.   No Assessment will be taken again in the case of absenteeism whether it is Scholastic or Co-scholastic.

Class I To V
Assessment I July-August
Assessment II October-December
Assessment III January-March

It will be appropriate to mention here that parental participation in this system is of paramount importance. They should frequently contact the teachers to share their views and should also assist the school in helping the child to maximize and optimize his/her potential.

Marks Range
45.5-50 A1
40.5-45 A2
35.5-40 B1
30.5-35 B2
25.5-30 C1
20.5-25 C2
16.5-20 D1
10.5-16 D2

1.   As per CBSE guidelines the school is following Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation which refers to a system of school based evaluation of students that covers all aspects of students development.
2.  It means regularity of assessment, frequency of unit testing, diagnosis of learning gaps, use of corrective measures, re-testing and feedback of evidence to teachers and students for their self evaluation.
3.  Evaluation attempts to cover both the scholastic and the co-scholastic aspects of students growth and development The students will be graded according to absolute Grading pattern as mentioned below. (VI to VIII).


Marks Range
Grade Point
91-100 A1 10.0
81-90 A2 9.0
71-80 B1 8.0
61-70 B2 7.0
51-60 C1 6.0
41-50 C2 5.0
33-40 D 4.0
21-32 E1 -
0-20 E2 -


Academic session period      April   to  March 
Vacation period     Summer     and    Winter 
Admission period     April