Academics

Syllabus


Parampara Academy adopts the CBSE syllabus which equips children to compete with International standards.


Why CBSE


  • It provides access not only at national level but also at the international level education to its students.
  • The curriculum of CBSE is based on the psychology of the child after long continuous research in school education to meet out the challenges of education.
  • All prestigious entrance exams like IIT, AIEE, CPMT, AIMS, CA, NIFT, ISSO are based on CBSE syllabus.
  • The strict norms of CBSE make it sure that excellent education, infrastructure & facilities are provided to its students in the schools affiliated to its Board.
  • CBSE ensures that its students fair well in all the competitions at the National and International level

Curriculum


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Parampara Academy implements Thinking-Centered Learning Program, Chrysalis is a thinking-centered learning program adopted by leading schools to create a learning environment that delivers quality and holistic education to suit the 21st century needs.


Parampara Academy follows Next Education Curriculum to create a Brighter Tomorrow for today’s students.We believe that a child must learn through interactive, engaging and fun-filled activities.


With that in mind, Next Education Curriculum is implemented. This curriculum follows the ‘introduce –recognize-apply ‘approach. Number of practice tasks and activities are conducted for all the concepts to develop age appropriate language, cognitive and motor skills.


This ‘integrated and interdisciplinary’ approach helps develop visual, memory skills and incidental learning at a young age. This curriculum also fuses subjective learning with creative and playful teaching to help children reach high standards in acquiring language, cognitive, motor, social and emotional skills.


Our Approach to Teaching and Testing:


Parampara Academy offers core curricular and co-curricular subject courses as per CBSE norms and subject weightages. Life values are incorporated into subject knowledge pools along with co-curricular activity experience like dramatics, debates and value-based story telling sessions.

The teaching methodology is student centric and activity based. Lesson concepts are taught through Multiple Intelligence (MI) based strategies. We recognize the merits of an activity-based teaching approach that challenges and stimulates the intellect.

System of Evaluation


KG CLASSES :THREE EXAMS DURING THE FOLLOWING MONTHS

TERM MONTH
I Term AUGUST
II Term DECEMBER
III Term MARCH

The performance of the students is evaluated throughout the year in all the subjects through Periodic Tests and Cycle Tests.


I TO V CLASSES: SCHEDULE OF THE EXAM

TERM MONTH
Periodic I July
Periodic II August
Periodic III January
Cycle Test I December
Term I October
Term II March

Process of conducting Test I- V


Exams Marks
Periodic I July 40 Marks
Periodic II August 40 Marks
Term I October 40 Marks(Syllabus of I Term Books)
CycleTest I December 25 Marks
Periodic III January 40 Marks
Term II March 40 Marks (Complete Syllabus covered after Term I)

Process of conducting Test VI- IX


Exams Marks
Periodic I July 40 Marks
Periodic II August 40 Marks
Term I October 80 Marks(50% of Annual Syllabus)
CycleTest I December 40 Marks
Periodic III January 40 Marks
Term II March 80 Marks (For VI 10% of Term I, for VII 20% of Term I, For VIII 30% of Term I and complete Syllabus covered after Term I)

X STD: BOARD EXAMINATION


Year End Examination Covering 100% Syllabus of the subject for 80 marks will be conducted. 20 Marks Internal Assessment

Pen & Paper Test 5 Marks
Multiple Assessment 5 Marks
Subject Enrichment Activity 5 Marks
Portfolio 5 Marks

DETAILS OF CONDUCTING THE TEST X & XII

Periodic I July 80 Marks
Periodic II August 80 Marks
Term I October 80 Marks
Periodic III December 80 Marks
Revision Exam January 80 Marks

XI &XII: EXAMINATION

SUBJECT(Code no) THEORY PRACTICAL/INTERNAL ASSESSMENT
ENGLISHCORE(301) 80 ASL-20 Marks
MATHS(041) 80 Pen &Paper Test-10 Marks
Practical Record -10 Marks
PHYSICS(042) 70 Practical -30 Marks
CHEMISTRY(043) 70 Practical -30 Marks
BIOLOGY(044) 70 Practical -30 Marks
COMPUTER SCIENCE(NEW)(083) 70 Practical -30 Marks

Process of Conducting Test: XI

Periodic I August 80 Marks
Term I October 80 Marks
Periodic II December 80 Marks
Periodic III January 80 Marks
Term II March 80 Marks

Note:

For Science & Computer Science 70 Marks
Other Subjects 80 Marks

Further Details


  • Both Marks and Grades are given in the Assessment Sheets and Report Cards. Tests are written in the Test Note Books and returned to the parents. Parents are requested to sign and return.
  • Assessment is not only based on academic performance, but also on attitude, values, sports and other Co -curricular activities.
  • Apart from this, parents need to meet the teachers to discuss the progress of the child during the Parents- Teachers meeting that takes place once in every Semester.
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