skip to Main Content

The Secondary School Curriculum embraces the essence of the NATIONAL EDUCATION POLICY 2020, aligning with the principle that education should foster not only cognitive capacities but also social, ethical, and emotional development. Rooted in this philosophy, our school provides a comprehensive platform for the holistic growth of each individual, integrating both scholastic and co-scholastic domains.

Our approach is characterized by a systematic and integrated methodology, prioritizing experiential learning and a nuanced understanding of concepts. This ensures a well-rounded development, going beyond traditional education paradigms. The curriculum spans seven major learning areas, offering a dynamic blend of scholastic and co-scholastic elements, contributing to the multifaceted development of our students. At our school, education is not just about academic prowess but also about nurturing socially conscious, ethically grounded, and emotionally resilient individuals poised for success in a rapidly evolving world.

  Scholastic Areas   Languages

  Social Science



 Co-scholastic Areas   Health and Physical Education 

 Art Education 


Co-Scholastic Domain

In the realm of Co-Scholastic Domains, our students actively engage in Art, Music, Dance, Theatre, and Physical Education, fostering not only skill development but also cultivating self-confidence, cultural appreciation, and vital teamwork and leadership qualities.

The Sewa Philosophy:

At the heart of our educational philosophy is SEWA – Social Empowerment through Work Education and Action, a unique approach to community service. Sewa goes beyond the conventional, encompassing environmental stewardship, civic responsibilities, democracy initiatives, health and fitness projects, and various other endeavors. This holistic philosophy aims to connect students with their surroundings and causes, instilling a profound sense of responsibility. Sewa is more than just service; it’s a pathway to developing individuals who are intellectually, personally, socially, and emotionally complete. Through these initiatives, we not only educate but empower our students to make meaningful contributions to society.

Back To Top