DETAIL OF CURRICULUM
Curriculum Areas at Primary, Middle & Secondary Level CBSE envisions the all-round development of students in consonance with the holistic approach to education and therefore, emphasizes integration of co-curricular domain with curricular domain in an equitable manner. To achieve the aim, it is extremely important that children acquire adequate knowledge and skills in other core areas like Health and Physical Education, Life Skills, Values Education, Art Education, Work Education and other Co-Scholastic areas. In operational sense, the secondary curriculum is learner-centered with school being a place where students would be acquiring various skills; building selfconcept, sense of enterprise, aesthetic sensibilities and sportsmanship. Therefore, for the purpose of fostering core competencies in learners, this curriculum encompasses major learning areas, from scholastic and co scholastic point of view. The
Areas of learning at the Secondary level are as under: Languages 1- Compulsory, Scholastic Areas Languages 2, Social Science, Mathematics, Science, Other Academic Elective Subjects, Optional Skill Elective, 3 Subjects Health and Physical Education & Work Experience* Art Education – Subjects of internal Assessment Co-scholastic Areas * subsumed in Health and Physical Education.
Areas of learning at the Primary & Middle level are as under: Languages 1 & Language – 2( Compulsory), Scholastic Areas Languages 3, Social Science ( from Class 3 ), Mathematics, Science (EVS for Class 1 & 2), Subjects Health and Physical Education & Work Experience* Art Education – Subjects of internal Assessment Co-scholastic Areas *.
Lesson/ Unit Plan Specific Lesson Plans for the topics are to be prepared by the teachers. These plan may have the following parts: Specific Learning Outcomes; Pedagogical Strategies; Group activities/experiments/hands-on-learning; Interdisciplinary Linkages and infusion of Life-skills, Values, Gender sensitivity etc.; Resources (including ICT); Assessment items for measuring the attainment of the Learning Outcome Feedback and Remedial Teaching Plan. Inclusive Practices
Syllabus was reduced 30% as per the guidelines of CBSE Board and the Planning was made and applied.
Reduced Syllabus Class-wise:-