with Global Perspective
CURRICULUM WE FOLLOW: NCERT
The NCERT curriculum is based on the National Curriculum Framework (NCF). The NCERT curriculum aims to promote child-centric and activity-based learning, and it emphasizes the development of critical thinking, problem-solving, and communication skills in students.
It is designed to be learner-centered, and the teaching methods focus on active learning and hands-on experiences. At the pre-primary and primary levels, the NCERT curriculum focuses on the development of foundational skills in language, mathematics, and environmental studies. At the middle and secondary levels, the curriculum expands to include social studies, science, and other subjects, and it emphasizes the development of critical thinking, creativity, and problem-solving skills. At the higher secondary level, students have the option to specialize in different subjects based on their interests and career aspirations.
Assessments in NCERT are used to benchmark students' learning against criteria (Process. Skills/Learning Indicators and Learning Outcomes) based on identified curricular aims and objectives. These are summative evaluation, formative evaluation and diagnostic evaluation.
NCERT places a strong emphasis on holistic and learner-centric assessments, aiming to go beyond traditional testing and promote a more comprehensive understanding of a student's abilities and potential.