Aims & Objectives


This school is primarily a Christian minority institution. However, it is open to all,    irrespective of religion, caste or creed. It gives emphasis in respecting their religious feelings and the freedom of conscience. Curricular and co-curricular activities, arts, sports, health and physical fitness and socially contributory productive works, form part of the school curriculum.

School Year & Class Timing

The school year is from June to April. The vacation period is May. Admission period is from March to June. The working hours are from 8.30 am to 02.45 pm on all ordinary days and on Saturdays it is from 8.30 am to 01.00 pm. There will be eight periods a day each with duration of 45 minutes.

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Experienced Teachers

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The school follows the curriculum and syllabi of the Central Board for Secondary Education, New Delhi. The objective of the curriculum is to fully develop students’ individual potentialities rather than to confine him/her to books alone. The medium of instruction is English. The curriculum includes languages like English, Hindi and an optional language which is either Marathi or Sanskrit. Periodical and monthly student evaluation and Parent-Teacher meeting will help to assess the level of achievement of the student. The Board Examination is held on the completion of the course in class X. English is the first language of the school. Marathi and Hindi are the additional languages. The school follows the syllabus prescribed by NCERT/CBSE and textbooks published by NCERT/CBSE for the middle classes.




The school conducts four Formative Assessments (FA) and two Summative Assessments (SA) during one academic session. One must not be absent from any of these except for serious health reasons. Request for such absence must be supported by medical certificate. These tests cannot be deferred or anticipated to suit individual convenience. No re-examination will be conducted in any subject. 

Parents are welcome to consult the subject teachers to make out the defects and common mistakes committed by their children in the answer scripts on the Parent-Teacher Interaction Day. Further query and discussion is allowed only with the permission of Principal. Answer sheets of the final examination will not be sent home.


  • Promotion depends on the marks scored in each Formative and Summative Assessment and also on internal assessment based on attendance, project work, homework, class work, composition, general discipline, co-curricular activities etc.,
  • Students who cannot secure a promotion due to the inability to study the subjects in English Medium may be asked to leave the school. The decision of the Principal will be final in this matter.
  • To avoid unhealthy competition among the students to secure a particular rank and to broaden their outlook it has been decided that the students will be awarded ‘grades’ instead of ‘ranks’ in the various examinations conducted by the school.
  • A student who fails twice in the same class will not be permitted to continue his/her studies in the school. 
  • A student absent in any examination will be considered as failed. In case of illness, a doctor’s certificate must be produced for the consideration of the matter.
  • No special examination will be held for any reason whatsoever either before or after the time fixed for the examination in usual cases.
  • A student found copying or helping others to copy during an examination will be disqualified in that subject. Such a student is liable for expulsion from the school.
  • Those who fail in the Board Examination will not be permitted to repeat the class, exceptions if any will be at the discretion of the principal.


Parents may apply for revaluation of valued answer papers in case of any clarification.

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